At the Line Pickleball

At the Line Pickleball Author Joe Baker
ISBN-10 1539972852
Release 2017-01-26
Pages 158
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Would you like to learn the winning strategy used by all of the top pickleball players? Look no further than this shot-by-shot guide that will take you through every phase of the game, showing you the highest percentage shot for about every playing situation. Players at all levels can benefit from this well illustrated and easy-to-understand strategy guide. Author Joe Baker's videos on pickleball strategy have been watched by hundreds of thousands of fans. In collaboration with top players and coaches in the sport, he is now sharing the techniques and strategies in this guide. Baker also covers topics like court coverage teamwork and communication, dinking targets, the pitfalls of too much aggression, ball striking technique, and his winning philosophy. Diagrams make the information easy to follow. Advanced pickleball strategy is not obvious and as a consequence, most players never reach their potential. Not understanding the best strategy is often what keeps a good recreational player from becoming a tournament player. This book can help you avoid common mistakes and help speed your way to playing high-percentage pickleball. Quizzes at the end of each chapter test your knowledge of the material and help you process the advice.



Pickleball Fundamentals

Pickleball Fundamentals Author USA Pickleball Association
ISBN-10 9781492504139
Release 2015-05-13
Pages 176
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Pickleball Fundamentals offers detailed descriptions, drills, gamelike activities, and photos so readers can quickly master the sport’s essential techniques: groundstroke, serve and return, volley, dink shot, overhead smash, lob, and drop shot.



Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education

Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education Author Dorothy Zakrajsek
ISBN-10 073604485X
Release 2003
Pages 691
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Now you can - choose from an even greater array of units and lessons, - provide varied and fun programming for your students, - assess your students' progress, and - stay current with national physical education standards. Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education, Second Edition, provides the most comprehensive menu of lesson plans to spice up your secondary-level physical education curriculum. The new edition of this already-popular book is packed with more than 500 physical education activities in 200-plus ready-to-use lesson plans. Additional updates include instructional assessment tools for ongoing evaluation in each unit; a CD-ROM with PE-4-Life advocacy materials; a credit-based, individualized study unit; and handouts and worksheets that will help you expand and enrich the physical education experience beyond the classroom. Other features of the book include - the same simple–to–difficult lesson progression used in the first edition; - updated references that include the current national physical education standards; - a wider variety of lesson plans organized into shorter units to provide you greater flexibility and opportunities for individualized instruction; - new units including line dancing, disc golf, in-line skating, and lacrosse; and - activity suggestions and modifications to help you customize lessons to involve learners of different ability levels. Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education, Second Edition, is a gold mine for physical education teachers. The new units in the book not only reflect the current standards in physical education; but they also help you make physical education fun for students. Use Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education, Second Edition, to provide the highest-quality programming for your students and turn kids on to physical education.



Re Designing Youth Sport

Re Designing Youth Sport Author John McCarthy
ISBN-10 9781317273899
Release 2016-02-26
Pages 192
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Many observers have pointed out what is wrong with youth sport: an emphasis on winning at all costs; parental over-involvement; high participation costs that exclude many families; lack of vigorous physical activity; lack of player engagement; and no focus on development. Currently, most attempts at righting the wrongs of youth sport have focused on coach education and curriculum, but in this book, the authors offer a different approach—one that involves changing the game itself. Re-Designing Youth Sport combines vivid examples and case studies of innovative sport programs who are re-designing their sport with a comprehensive toolkit for practitioners on how to change their game for bigger and better outcomes. It offers a fresh and exciting perspective on the seemingly intractable issues in sport. It presents a practical and empowering pathway for readers to apply the examples and tools to the outcomes that they aspire to achieve in their sport, such as increased fun and excitement, life-skills building, gender inclusion, increased sportspersonship, greater parity and avoidance of one-sided competition, and positive parental roles. The book also reveals how community leagues as well as national and international sport governing bodies are using re-design to accelerate player skill development, tactical awareness, and physical fitness.



The Art of Pickleball

The Art of Pickleball Author Gale H. Leach
ISBN-10 9780976222477
Release 2005
Pages 160
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A cook. A speech therapist. A credit union executive. A fashion model-turned-cancer activist. A secretary. A homemaker -- all were mothers. Nineteen lives cut short -- women from all walks of life, hailing from every corner of the United States and a province in Canada. Some were homemakers with little or no formal education; others were career women with college degrees and accomplished resumes. Regardless of their backgrounds, all these women share one thing in common: an addiction to smoking that culminated in an array of illnesses and their untimely demise. Their stories, told by their surviving daughters, pay tribute to the mothers they lost, often at pivotal moments in the daughters' lives, and the legacy they continue to live with every day. A Breath Away offers a powerful anti-smoking message that goes beyond the statistics to today's generation of girls and young women, to think twice before lighting up.



Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12

Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12 Author Isobel Kleinman
ISBN-10 9780736071239
Release 2009
Pages 854
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"This popular book provides loads of teacher-tested lesson plans and assessment tools that will decrease your preparation time and increase your studentsѫ competency. After listening to requests of the first editionѫs users, the author has packed two more popular field sports and a unique chapter on educational gymnastics into this new edition of Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12. Lessons can cover beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels and break down each skill as it is introduced. The chapters also integrate the applicable rules and strategies during the learning process and use methods that will keep students active, learning, successful, and completely motivated. In addition to the clear instruction for teaching skills, rules, and strategies, each lesson generates opportunities for students to develop physical, cognitive, and social skills. Each unit is designed to help students gain competency appropriate for their experience level. Formerly published as Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 7 to 12, the book features exciting new material: Detailed introductions of skills and how to practice the mechanics of each skill or dance; Three new chapters (field hockey, lacrosse, and educational gymnastics, the latter of which includes three units that can be used in teaching both gymnastics and creative dance). Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12 provides field-tested lesson plans for 484 classes covering 18 areas of fitness, creative movement and dance, and sports. These professionally prepared plans will not only cut your own prep time but also help you focus on the essentials in each step of your studentsѫ learning process. It is a great resource when you need material for a substitute teacher or when you are asked to submit plans to your school administrator. In addition to the lesson plans, the book and CD-ROM package contains a wealth of teaching and assessment tools, including skills rubrics, portfolio checklists, unit fact sheets, and quizzes. The accompanying CD-ROM enables you to print study sheets, student extension projects, portfolio checklists, unit quizzes, and answer keys. You can also print out any page of the text from the CD-ROM (e.g., lessons, full units, tests)."--Publisher's website.



Teaching Hitting

Teaching Hitting Author Dirk Baker
ISBN-10 9780786420490
Release 2005-06-15
Pages 216
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Explanation, demonstration, correction and repetition are essential to the activity of teaching. Successful coaches must be able to effectively and consistently incorporate each of these teaching methods into lessons for their teams. Ideal for any age group, the concepts in this guide help coaches to master these basic principles as they focus on the most important elements of how to teach hitting. Introduced with the author's own teaching-coaching philosophy, this work offers 21 chapters covering a hitting coach's every need. When to Start, Bat Size, Grip, Stance, Swing, Drills and Station Work, Bat Speed, Mental Preparation and Confidence, Pinch Hitting and Running a Hitting Clinic are a few examples of the many specific instructional sections included here. There are 137 photographs that supplement the text.



The Belinda Triangle

The Belinda Triangle Author Dick Hoffman
ISBN-10 9781508045830
Release 2016-09-30
Pages 329
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“An ambitious tale about a mysterious cruise . . . Hoffman’s narrative ingenuity is impressive . . .” — Kirkus Reviews. In 2031, Doyle Beckett and pregnant wife Geneva Rose are both forced out of their jobs and he has no choice but to accept work on a cruise ship full of passengers who aren’t coming back. He has no idea he will be leaving his wife and unborn child at the mercy of a renegade militia. And he has no clue how to deal with the dilemma of passenger Belinda, a renegade of a different sort—but just as dangerous. “What a story! A dystopian nightmare amid moving emotions and well fleshed out characters, embedded in a plot that was tight and left no open ends. I was impressed.” – Lisa Rojany, Editorial Services of Los Angeles.



100 Things to Do in Springfield IL Before You Die

100 Things to Do in Springfield  IL Before You Die Author Penny Zimmerman-Wills
ISBN-10 9781681060453
Release 2016-08-01
Pages 160
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Springfield owes a lot to Abraham Lincoln and the Illinois Capitol Building. They put Springfield on the map in a way that few other cities of 115,000 can match. Yet Springfield is much more than Lincoln’s hometown or Illinois’ capital. It boasts parks and nature preserves, war memorials and museums. It has one of Frank Lloyd Wright greatest homes and one of the world’s largest carillons. Music and shopping flourish in intimate settings. Even when it comes to Lincoln, there’s more than meets the eye. Sure, you can visit his home and presidential library, but you can also see where he shopped and played handball and visited friends – all the little things of day-to-day life. This book serves as a guide to explore the educational, inspirational and exciting moments that Springfield offers.



Teaching Middle School Physical Education

Teaching Middle School Physical Education Author Bonnie S. Mohnsen
ISBN-10 073606849X
Release 2008
Pages 584
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Teaching physical education in middle school can sometimes seem like a never-ending journey, but this new edition will help you plan and map out your voyage—and successfully reach your destination. Using Teaching Middle School Physical Education, Third Edition, you can meet the specific needs of middle school students and prepare them for our rapidly changing world while also meeting the latest physical education standards. This comprehensive resource has been updated with many exciting features: -A CD-ROM with examples of task cards, software, and daily lesson plans -Detailed standards-based lesson agendas to help you clearly present the information to your students -Recommended equipment lists and comprehensive information to help you build and implement your program without having to dig through numerous resources -Realigned unit plans to help you document that you are meeting the current national standards -Assessments for every standard in each unit Teaching Middle School Physical Education, Third Edition,provides a blueprint for developing an effective environment and sound curriculum and for teaching and assessing middle school students based on the latest physical education guidelines. Part Iexamines changes in society, technology, health, and education and how you can use those changes to shape your middle school physical education program. Part IIguides you step by step in developing a physical education curriculum from start to finish, including selecting a curriculum committee, defining a physically educated person, and establishing benchmarks in alignment with the exit standards. In this part you'll also learn how to select instructional units, integrate physical education with other subjects, and develop unit and lesson plans. In part IIIyou'll learn about the needs of middle school learners and the corresponding teaching behaviors, instructional styles and strategies, instructional materials, and new technologies that are especially effective at the middle school level. You'll explore how to motivate and reach all types of learners and why and how to select particular teaching styles or strategies. Part IVoutlines a complete physical education program for fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. Each unit includes an overview, a list of standards linked directly to the grade-level standards, and a day-by-day lesson outline. You also receive assessment tool ideas for each unit, which are aligned with the standards. Teaching Middle School Physical Education, Third Edition,is both comprehensive and flexible in its approach to providing you with high-quality, up-to-date information that is practical for both veterans and new teachers. This new version will help you stay the course and complete a successful journey with your next physical education class.



Sports and Recreational Activities

Sports and Recreational Activities Author Dale Mood
ISBN-10 007247503X
Release 2003
Pages 704
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Sports and Recreational Activities has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sports and Recreational Activities also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sports and Recreational Activities book for free.



Black Decker The Complete Guide to Backyard Recreation Projects

Black   Decker The Complete Guide to Backyard Recreation Projects Author Eric Smith
ISBN-10 9781610603218
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 240
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The common backyard swingset or treehouse or jungle-gym will never go away, but today's recreational landscape is also likely to have a full-featured sports court, a putting green, an outdoor kitchen for grown-up entertaining, or a board-game gazebo where the adults play bridge or mahjongg. Here, in one comprehensive book, are more than 25 complete DIY projects to create play spaces for family members of all ages--toddlers to old-timers. Also includes a detailed appendix giving rules and dimensions for all the popular lawn games, such as badminton and croquet. This is an ideal book for consumers traveling less and recreating at home more.



MESA FLATS RESORT

MESA FLATS RESORT Author George T. Lindsey
ISBN-10 9781426958526
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 416
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The residents of the Mesa Flats Resort in Arizona have done it all—career, marriage, divorce, kids. You name it, and you’ll find someone who’s lived through it. Mesa Flats is a retirement community for active, fifty-five-and-up folks who enjoy warm weather, golf, and heady banter. The HOA keeps an eye on everyone, but lately it seems like the HOA needs someone to keep an eye on it, too. Larry Armstrong, an Iowan by birth, serves as the HOA president. Marge Dunlap, the consummate event planner, works with a sidekick—Sissy Sprattle, a feisty, eighty-two-year-old from DC—to keep the entertainment ball rolling in Mesa Flats. Dennis Packard does the handy work, and Carl Ziggler, a retired Omaha policeman, heads security. Things get a little flashy, though, when Marge’s old friend, Gail, comes to visit. Gail Simmons is from Columbus, Ohio. She loves seeing her old friend Marge; she loves the hot Sonora Desert weather, too. Maybe love is just in the air, especially when Gail meets Larry. Marge has her eye on a particularly charismatic prospector from Colorado, but bad seed Jack Stoker has his own outcome in mind. Things aren’t always relaxing at the Mesa Flats Resort ... but they’re always unexpected!



Playing Fair

Playing Fair Author Butler, Joy
ISBN-10 9781450435437
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 288
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Playing Fair helps you create a learning environment in which your students can grow as problem solvers, decision makers, and team players. Theories and constructs for games help students learn skills, strategies, and concepts that apply both to other games and to other life situations.



Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition

Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition Author Cleland Donnelly, Frances
ISBN-10 9781492532392
Release 2016-10-25
Pages 680
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Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition book for free.



Designing Effective Instructional Tasks for Physical Education and Sports

Designing Effective Instructional Tasks for Physical Education and Sports Author David Charles Griffey
ISBN-10 0736041753
Release 2007
Pages 135
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Use Designing Effective Instructional Tasks for Physical Education and Sportsto -understand contemporary perspectives about learning, -create learning tasks that will motivate participants, and -design tasks for use with participants of all ages and abilities. There's more to helping participants develop motor skills than just coming up with relevant drills; if you want participants to succeed, you need to structure learning tasks to keep them interested, motivated, and engaged. But, while there are many resources available to help teachers and coaches improve their curriculum, teaching skills, and management, little has been written about the critical issue of effective task design . . . until now. Designing Effective Instructional Tasks for Physical Education and Sportsprovides future and practicing teachers and coaches with sound principles and practical tips for designing effective tasks for their students and athletes. The book differentiates between skills (the desired motor, fitness, cognitive, or social outcomes) and tasks (the instructional activities used in teaching each skill). Focusing primarily on motor skills, the book explains how to -analyze each skill being taught; -structure tasks to promote success; -develop tasks that are fun, engaging, and safe; -design tasks that stimulate cognitive engagement; and -assess participants' learning as part of the task. The text takes the most current research on learning and teaching movement activity and translates it into practical, down-to-earth suggestions for coaches and teachers. Using examples both in the gym and on the playing field, the book shows teachers and coaches alike how to develop instructional tasks that will keep participants interested and engaged—ultimately helping them to succeed. Loaded with student-friendly features, this book is an ideal resource for physical education and coaching methods or pedagogy courses. Each chapter includes a statement of objectives, learning activities, a summary, and extensive references. Effective task design is at the heart of effective teaching. Use Designing Effective Instructional Tasks for Physical Education and Sportsto learn how to create tasks that increase your participants' chances of success.



Naked At Lunch

Naked At Lunch Author Mark Haskell Smith
ISBN-10 9781782397168
Release 2015-08-06
Pages 320
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In the great wandering tradition of Bill Bryson, Louis Theroux and Jon Ronson, journalist Mark Haskell Smith strips down the world of social nudism in a hilarious, wildly entertaining and profoundly enlightening book about those who renounce clothing and embrace what lies beneath. Naked at Lunch is one man's cracklingly witty, compellingly odd and oddly life-affirming journey into the subculture of nudism. Celebrated journalist Mark Haskell Smith meets, and indeed joins, those shucking off social conventions by shucking off their clothes - he hikes bareback in the Alps with a naked rambler's society, he buys baguettes in the buff in a French resort and he meets the marginally dressed mayor of a Spanish clothes-optional municipality. But this is not just a book of naked adventures and sun-ripened genitals. It is a study of 20th-century Western cultural and social mores; a record of radical history and politics practised by those made radical by their refusal to get dressed; a heartfelt celebration of the simple joys of being alive; and a full-blooded war cry for reclaiming pride in our bodies and rejecting those who would make us ashamed.