Inclusion in Physical Education

ISBN-10: 0736074856
ISBN-13: 9780736074858
Edition: 2010
Authors: Pattie Rouse
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Publication date: 7/30/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

This is an easy to implement, hands-on guidebook of practical strategies for including students with diabilities in general physical education classes. It focuses on skill development, social development and fitness for students with all manner of disabilities.

Preface
Acknowledgments
What Is Inclusion?
Defining Inclusion
Embracing Inclusion
Support for Inclusion
Conclusion
Including Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder
Strategies for Inclusion
Including Students With Severe Autism
Structured Physical Education Opportunities
Conclusion
Including Students Who Use Wheelchairs
Modifications for Students With Upper Body Control
Parallel Activities for Students With Upper Body Control
Modifications for Students With Limited or No Upper Body Control
Parallel Activities for Students With Limited or No Upper Body Control
Modified Games for Students With Limited or No Upper Body ControlRolling Targets
Flag Tag
Cone Combinations
Racing for Points
Racing Ribbons
Speed Soccer Goalie
Conclusion
Including Students With Intellectual Disabilities
Benefits of Inclusion for Students With Intellectual Disabilities
Using Simple Games
Games and Activities for All Abilities
Head Start
Follow the Fun
Scooter Bowling
Caboose
Retrieval
Partner Line Kickball
Five-Hit Baseball
Everybody ScoreDrills for Motor Development
T-Ball Pinball
Hockey Pinball
Frisbee Targets
Striking Skills
Throwing Skills
Catching Skills
Kicking SkillsDrills for MID or MOID Students in Middle and High SchoolSoccer Drills
Five Kick
Basketball Drills
Football Drills
Conclusion
Including Students With Cerebral Palsy
Modifications for Students With Cerebral Palsy
Activity Tips
Parallel Activities
Conclusion
Including Students With Visual and Hearing Impairments
Including Students With Visual Impairments
Including Students With Hearing Impairments
Modifications for Students With Hearing Impairments
Conclusion
Differentiation in Inclusive Physical Education
Planning for Differentiation
Activities for the Differentiated Classroom
Object Control Stations (Elementary)
Fitness Stations (Elementary and Middle School)
Hockey Skill Stations (Elementary and Middle School)
Sideline Hockey (Elementary and Middle School)
Box Hockey (Elementary and Middle School)
Layups (Middle and High School)
Gotcha (Middle and High School)
3 on 2, 2 on 1 (Middle and High School)
Conclusion
Walk in Their Shoes: Games for Understanding
Activities
Cyclops Tag
Sore Spot Tag
Line Ball
Chronological Line-Up
Hi, Low, Yo
Centers for Understanding
Mobility Obstacle Course
Wheelchair and Scooter Noodle Volley
Circle Up
Stations for Understanding
Conclusion
Bibliography
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