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PE making it happen
Transcript of PE making it happen
Recordings and Evidence
Social skills – Cohen (1995:384) an individual needs to be able to communicate with others, listen to others, inﬂuence others, and so forth."
Drive , enthusiasm to achieve our project goals to the best of our abilities. “Sports leadership is the communication in and through sport that influences the attitudes and behaviours of others to meet shared group goals and needs."
Pedersen et el (2007) Task-Oriented Leadership PESSYP (PE and Sport Strategy for Young People ) Club links Coaching Competition Extending
Activities Teach skills of Gaelic and give children the opportunity to embrace sports form a different culture. To develop my own knowledge on the sport To become a more efficient coach To receive a positive outcome from the project through successful lessons and planning. PE initiatives Only GAA sports (Gaelic football, hurling, camogie and handball) and swimming show consistent participation levels in inter-school competitions at both the primary and post-primary level.”
“Participation rates in extra-school sport are lower among children from lower social classes than children from higher social classes.”
“Boys are more likely to engage in extra curricular sport than girls.”
“Participation in extra-curricular sport decreases with increasing age.”
“Team games, particularly invasion games, are dominant in extra-curricular sport in primary and post-primary schools.”
Woods et al (2010) Mission Statement The Children’s Sport Participation and Physical Activity Study
(CSPPA Study) Pauline - The shaper is committed to achieving ends and will ‘shape’ others into achieving the aims of the team. He or she will challenge, argue or disagree and will display aggression in the pursuit of goal achievement. Two or three shapers in a group, according to Belbin, can lead to conflict, aggravation and in-fighting. Naomi - They are good listeners and diplomats, talented at smoothing over conflicts and helping parties understand each other without becoming confrontational. The beneficial effect of a Teamworker is often not noticed until they are absent. Victoria & Ciara - (also known as company worker)They are efficient and self-disciplined, and can always be relied on to deliver on time. They are motivated by their loyalty to the team or company, which means that they will often take on jobs everyone else avoids or dislikes. Colleen - Plants are creative, unorthodox and a generator of ideas. If an innovative solution to a problem is needed, a Plant is a good person to ask. A good plant will be bright and free-thinking. Plants can tend to ignore incidentals and refrain from getting bogged down in detail ‘ To make participants aware of a cultural sport that began in Ireland’ Our vision ... Teaching Games for Understanding (TGFU) The TGFU approach is described by Bunker and Thorpe (1986) as game centered games teaching where the WHY of game playing is taught before the HOW of skills to play the game This process involves teaching children a modified or simplified game that is suitable for their physical, social and mental development. In a such a game children gain an appreciation for the demands of an adult game. This appreciation invites the children to realize tactical awareness of how to play a game to gain an advantage over their opponents. With such a tactical awareness children are capable of making appropriate decisions about "what to do" and "how to do it. Increased decision making encourages children to become more aware of the possibilities innate in their game playing. PESSYP (2009) state..Participation in PE and sport also contributes to achieving a wider government policy, including the ‘Every child matter’ outcomes to achieve and enjoy, to be healthy and make a positive contribution. PESSYP (2009) also state that a special effort is also needed to create and stimulate demand by ensuring that young people are fully aware of all opportunities. To gain experience working with Primary school children. Belbin explains that a team is not a bunch of people with job titles, but a congregation of individuals, each of whom has a role which is understood by other members. Members of a team seek out certain roles and they perform most effectively in the ones that are most natural to them. ‘Our mission is to introduce students to an unfamiliar sport encouraging teamwork and participation for all involved !’ Our results from Belbins role theory:
Colleen - Plant
Pauline - Shaper
Victoria - Implementer
Ciara - Implementer
Naomi - Team worker What is it ??
Dr. Meredith Belbin is well known for his team roles concept. The team roles identified by Belbin are based on certain patterns of behaviour that people exhibit within teams.
These patterns of behaviour can potentially have an impact on the performance of the team. The basic premise of the Belbin team roles theory is quite simple.
When individuals become aware of their own strengths and abilities, and understand the role that he or she is capable of playing within a team, it helps them to deal better with the demands of the team environment. Who What When How Where Project Timeline Monitoring
success Feedback who? Why? When? what? Horn (2008) believes that goal setting and feedback must be used together for enhanced performance to occur. Smallwood CofE Primary school Feedback motivates performers... Lens et al (2008) state that motivation in sport is important for good physical and mental health. Aims of module 6109
Physical education 'making it happen' To develop leadership, management and innovation skills that are effectively applied through a community physical activity project. What would we
like to share
with students? What interests us? Whats not in the
PE curriculum? 8 characteristics associated with successful leaders.
3.Motivation to lead
6.Expertise in the purpose of the group
Kirkpatrick and Locke (1991) 'focuses only on getting the job done and can be very autocratic'
Nkut (2011) 'focuses on organizing, supporting and developing the team'
Nkut (2011) Laissez-Faire What would
we like to happen? How can we make
a difference? Gaelic Camogie/
Hurling Irish Culture more suitable
to teach Equipment
issue Little rough Injuries could be frequent Equipment
indoor The goals we hope to achieve with the students Confidence learning