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Coaching children in sport

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DANNY, DAVE AND RYAN LAISSEZ - FAIRE AIM: HOW TO COACH CHILDREN IN SPORT IN THIS PREZI WE WILL BE EXPLAINING WHAT DIFFERENT TYPES OF TEACHING STYLES THERE IS AND HOW LEADERSHIP IS HELPED IN COACHING CHILDREN. COACHING STYLES AUTOCRATIC DEMOCRATIC can anyone give me an example of a autocratic leader? Can anyone give me an example of a democratic leader associated in sport? ELITE LAISSEZ -FAIRE DEMOCRATIC AUTOCRATIC BEGINNER ALSO WE WILL BE LOOKING INTO WHY CHILDREN GET INTO SPORT AND WHY THEY WANT TO TAKE PART.

SOMETIMES CHILDREN LEAVE SPORT FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF REASONS, WE WILL BE LOOKING FURTHER INTO THIS AND HOW TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEMS. WHY DO CHILDREN PARTICIPATE IN SPORT? FRIENDS ARE TAKING PART SO THEY WANT TOO AS WELL EXCITEMENT SCHOOL GAIN RECOGNITION HAVE FUN ONCE PARTICIPATION HAS STARTED WHY DOES IT STOP? BOREDOM TOO MUCH
PRESSURE LACK OF SUCCESS FRIENDS LEAVING DONT FIND IT FUN ANYMORE (AGE) Can anyone give me an example of a autocratic leader in sport?

again can anyone give me an example of a laissez faire leader? Coaching children young children aged 7-11 years old Coaching children aged 12-16 Develop the skills and break down into better drills E.g. shooting, defending etc.
Develop the skills in strength and endurance
Better training skills
Game become competitive
Go into 11 a side games
Boys and girls are not allowed to play in the same 11 a side team
(Stafford, 2011). Coaching children aged 16-18 Main aim is to optimise fitness skills
Optimise physical and technical skills
Compete in competitions
Specific training for specific drills
(Stafford, 2001) Safe Guarding CRB Criminal Records Bureau Every coach and volunteer must be checked by CRB criteria The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB), is an executive agency of the Home Office The CRB searches police records and issues a CRB certificate to the applicant and employer to help them to make an informed recruitment decision. Training of staff and volunteers All volunteers/staff should complete an application form
Applicants should adhere to a CRB check
Evidence of identity (passport or driving license with photo). Video and Photography According to the NSPCC, there are people that take inappropriate footage of children at sport events
So, as a safeguard coaches and volunteers would work to prevent anyone from taking any footage REFERENCE LIST You must keep the games fun and entertaining so the young kids enjoy themselves
Make sure the family have full trust in the coach
Make sure the session are not tedious
As a coach the young children don’t need to be shouted at.
Learn fundamental skills
(Stafford, 2011). coaching children in sport Orlick (1974) suggests children play sport because it makes them feel good. They need to feel wanted, valued, and joyful. But if he or she is suddenly benched or pulled from the line up because the team needs to win, a child might feel incompetent and rejected.
Stafford, I (2001) Coaching Children in Sport, Oxon, Routledge

NSPCC Website, http://www.nspcc.org.uk/, retrieved
13/05/2013

Mitchell, D; Barbara, D; Lopez, R (2002) Teaching Fundamentals gymnastics
skills, USA, Human Kinetics

Smith, R (2001) Leadership in sport, London pg 22, Routledge Smith (2001) Smith (2001) Smith (2001)
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