Team Building Through Physical Challenges

ISBN-10: 0873223594
ISBN-13: 9780873223591
Edition: 1992
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Description: Help your students develop interpersonal skills as well as motor skills with the activities in Team Building Through Physical Challenges. These 22 Outward Bound-type tasks challenge students to work together to achieve a common goal. Along the way,  More...

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Book details

List price: $20.95
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Publication date: 8/19/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Help your students develop interpersonal skills as well as motor skills with the activities in Team Building Through Physical Challenges. These 22 Outward Bound-type tasks challenge students to work together to achieve a common goal. Along the way, they`ll learn to value teamwork, practice leadership skills, improve listening skills, and appreciate individual differences.The activities in Team Building Through Physical Challenges are broken down into three levels--introductory, intermediate, and advanced. These levels make the challenges ideal for students in upper elementary through high school. For each of the physical challenges, you`ll find a summary that includes:- a detailed description,- success criteria,- an equipment list,- set-up instructions,- rules and sacrifices,- possible solutions, and- additions and variations.Throughout each challenge, kids learn teamwork. As they struggle, fail, reorganize, persevere, and finally succeed, students learn to brainstorm solutions, work together to develop a plan of attack, listen to others and consider their ideas, and praise and encourage team members. Each member of the group is important, because everyone must meet the challenge before the team can succeed. Team members learn, in addition to motor skills, important social skills by taking turns filling the roles of organizer, praiser, encourager, summarizer, and recorder.Team Building Through Physical Challenges is easy for physical educators, classroom teachers, and recreation leaders to use. Cards that explain each challenge to your students are contained in the text; simply copy and laminate them, and they`re ready to use. The activities require equipment that is readily available--tumbling mats, ropes, balance beam, cage ball, tires, and others. Diagrams show you exactly how equipment should be set up, and photos illustrate possible solutions for each challenge.Watch your students develop self-confidence and new skills as they explore these physical challenges. Not only will they improve their fitness and motor skills, but they`ll also learn important social skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.Sample physical challenges:Alphabet Balance Beam (introductory)--Group members attempt to rearrange their starting order while positioned on a balance beam. They begin in a random order and the instructor or members choose a way to rearrange (alphabetically by first name, by street address, etc.)Bridge Over the Raging River (intermediate)--All group members must travel from one end of a gymnasium space (land) to the other end without touching the floor (river). The group can use only the following equipment: four automobile tires, two 8-foot length 2 x 4`s, and 2 jump ropes (preferably sash cord).Power Line (advanced)--Group members cross over a high horizontal bar by using an 8-foot 2 x 4 board to help transfer teammates from one side of the power line to the other side. Individuals cannot touch the bar (power line) with the board or their bodies.

Developing Teamwork
Why Develop Teamwork?
Success Experiences
Decision Making and Learning by Taking Risks
Physical Education's Role in a Child's Development
Warming Up to Team Building
Introducing Physical Challenges
Team Workout Warm-up
Organizing the Challenges
Adaptations for Special Children and Situations
Introductory Challenges
Alphabet Balance Beam
River Crossing
The Rock
The Snake
Stepping Stones I
Teamwork Walk
The Whole World in Their Hands
The Tire Bridge
The Wall I
Intermediate Challenges
Bridge Over the Raging River
Human Billboard
Jumping Machine
Quicksand
Tarzan of the Jungle
The Wall II
The Wild River
Advanced Challenges
The Black Hole
The Electric Fence
The Grand Canyon
The Power Line
Stepping Stones II
Jungle Trail

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