Junior Soccer A Session by Session Approach by Frank Rowe, Glynn Jones
  

Synopsis

Junior Soccer A Session by Session Approach by Frank Rowe, Glynn Jones

Developments in National Curriculum Physical Education have placed increasing emphasis on games including football as an area of activity at Key Stage 2. In doing so, it is intended that not only skill levels in the game will improve, but also that personal, social and physical skill levels are developed, and competencies such as good team work, perseverance and sportsmanship should be nurtured alongside the skills of the game. This practical book is designed to help primary school teachers deliver progressive and educationally worthwhile football lessons. It contains a series of lesson plans that tackle both content and delivery aspects and, consequently, offer useful teaching tips on Error Diagnosis And Correction, Methods Of Differentiation, Motivational strategies and organizational hints. The lesson plans adopt a prescriptive approach and this is done to make the material more accessible to the many inexperienced primary school football teachers.

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On the practical level, Junior Soccer is in line with National Curriculum demands. Better than that, the tone of the book constantly encourages enjoyment, rewards, praise, teamwork.all the best features of football. -Times Educational Supplement

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Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Frank Rowe, Glynn Jones
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Publisher


www.routledge.com

Publication date

23rd May 1996

ISBN

9780750705004


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