Friday, February 17, 2012

Chapter 4

2.  Teachers can have a different student go over each cue as the teacher reads them off and explain each of them. This will help check to make sure that the class is listening to you as your teach and understand the lesson. Also at the end of the class they could have the class go over each cue and how it worked into the lesson.

Chapter 5

1. When developing a lesson you need to start off small and make the lesson grow. For example say you are teaching lacrosse, you can start with passing and catching and grow into more complex skills such as ground balls and running plays. It helps the students learn while advancing in the sport with knowledge.

3.  With Open skills you can make it as difficult as the class can handle. Also you can teach more advanced aspects of a game. With Closed skills, it is not as difficult on the students and you aren't teaching as advanced skills. This is more to see what type of skill level the students are at and how you will plan your next lesson.

5. For a closed skill you can assess the students based on skill level. For example if you are teaching lacrosse and what to assess:

Lacrosse Closed Skills: Catching/Throwing (Right and Left Handed) Ground Balls Shooting

For a open skill your can assess them with even more advanced skill sets and aspects such as:

Lacrosse Open Skills: Plays, Transition, Fast breaks, Offense and Defense 

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