Teaching physical education to pupils with special needs : practical games, activities and ideas / John Morris.
By: Morris, John.Series: Speechmark practical resource: Milton Keynes : Speechmark Publishing Ltd., 2012Description: v, 91 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780863889752.Subject(s): DISABILITY | ADULT CHILDREN | PHYSICAL EDUCATION
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Introduction. - Some ideas for developing spatial awareness. - Ideas for simple inclusive games. - Ideas for simple invasion games. - Ideas for simple net-wall games. - Ideas for simple strike field games. - Ideas for simple target aiming games. - Ideas for gymnastics, dance and movement. - Cross-curricular links and ideas: examples of how how PE can enhance the wider curriculum. - Sample lesson plans. - Basic schemes of work.
"John Morris's experience has enabled him to design and implement inclusive opportunities for development and participation in sport and leisure for all those with special educational needs and disabilities. This book is aimed at students, teachers and coaches at both secondary and primary level." - BOOK JACKET