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PDHPE :

PDHPE YOU AND THE PROFESSION By Mark Butters Student Number: 11496270

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Me and my pdhpe experiences Throughout my life I have enjoyed many forms of physical activity. I consider myself to be extremely active with a real passion for all things sport. My physical education experiences in primary and secondary school are positive ones and I thoroughly believe in the importance of PDHPE. Cricket is a passion of mine…. Essendon Football Club is my great love….

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PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AWAY FROM SCHOOL Outside of the school environment I have been involved in various sports. Cricket in particular is my passion although I have tried my hand at many activities such as basketball, football, indoor cricket and indoor soccer.

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CRICKET Ferntree Gully Cricket Club Parkfield Cricket Club Holywood Cricket Club Cricket has provided me with many great experiences from winning a premiership to being fortunate enough to play a season overseas.

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PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AT SCHOOL Rowville Secondary College Scoresby Primary School

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COACHING EXPERIENCE Throughout my life I have had the opportunity to coach sport in both a school and club environment. Cricket has enabled me to gain valuable experience in primary schools overseas and at a club level in Australia and the UK. It was a real challenge teaching cricket in Northern Ireland where the sport is not as popular as soccer, rugby and hockey. Teaching sport in a school environment is certainly something I would like to do in the future.

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MY CURRENT ATTITUDES TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY I am still involved in playing cricket and my desire to compete for the 1 st eleven at my club means my attitude and enthusiasm is quite strong. As I get older I realise the importance of a healthy body and maintaining a solid fitness level. I think I am a healthier person and where I can I encourage children and adults to involve themselves in physical activity. How this attitude might influence my teaching of pe in a k-6 context With my strong enthusiasm for fitness and physical activity I have no doubt that I would bring a positive attitude to the classroom. I am a huge advocate for the positive influence team and club environments have on people in their social lives and this would be a major aim for my teaching, to improve the way that children treat and interact with each other.

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THE IDEAL PDHPE TEACHER Footwear – Running Shoes Accessories - Whistle Physique - Athletic Clothing - Tracksuit

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How does the ideal pdhpe teacher act? What are they saying? Enthusiastic Always demonstrating skills Working closely with the students Seen to be leading a healthy lifestyle Encouraging words Encourage children to support each other Clear instructions

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WHAT SKILLS DOES THE PDHPE TEACHER HAVE? WHAT KNOWLEDGE DO THEY HAVE? Must be athletic enough to demonstrate the appropriate ways to complete activities Good communication Good lesson planning Knowledge of the K-6 syllabus Various sports Different skills and how they are completed

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WHAT ACTIVITIES MIGHT A PDHPE TEACHER REQUIRE HER STUDENTS TO DO? Age relative activities. Individual tasks. Group tasks. Activities that are both male and female stereotypical.

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WHAT STEREOTYPES EXIST OF P.E TEACHER S? It’s an easy job. They don’t teach an important subject. Male job. Not as qualified as classroom teachers. Not strict. They are fit. Assumed to be into sport.

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HOW MIGHT THESE STEREOTYPES AFFECT A PERSON’S SELF WORTH IN REGARD TO TEACHING P.E? You may feel that children believe you are inferior as a teacher. You may think that you are not taken seriously. You may feel that your not respected by your peers. You may believe that you are not taken seriously in the teaching community.

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COMPARISON: THE VERDICT HOW DO I RATE AGAINST MY IDEAL TEACHER? 7 /10

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HOW DO I FEEL ABOUT TEACHING PE IN THE K-6 CONTEXT? I’m extremely passionate about teaching PE to children in the K-6 age groups. The reason I chose to take up an Education degree is because my time spent in schools in Northern Ireland put life into perspective for me. I found something that I was passionate about. Not only am I keen to take on a role as a teacher in a K-6 classroom when I finish my degree but hopefully I can use the degree as a stepping stone into the PDHPE area of teaching. I truly believe in the positive social and self esteem implications to come out of physical activity. Being involved with cricket clubs most of my life I have seen first hand the positive effect team environments can have on children and adults alike.

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WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW AND DO TO CONFIDENTLY TEACH PE? Have a good understanding of various sports and their skills. The limitations of the children they are teaching. Physical Education K-6 Syllabus subject matter: Active Lifestyle Dance Games & Sports Growth and Development Gymnastics Interpersonal Relationships Personal Health Choices Safe Living

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WHAT DO I THINK THE ROLE OF PDHPE IS IN STUDENT LEARNING? D evelopmental role that PE plays in K-6 children. Understand that all children develop at different rates .

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REFERENCE S Woolfolk , A & Margetts , K. (2007). Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Kirk, D., Nauright , J., Hanrahan , S., MacDonald, D., & Jobling , I. (1996). Physical Education & Curriculum. The sociocultural foundations of human movement. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: McMillan Education Australia Board of Studies NSW. (2007) Personal Development, health and physical education K-6 : syllabus . Retrieved August 1, 2012 from http :// k6.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/files/pdhpe/k6_pdhpe_syl.pdf Tinning, R., Kirk, D., & Evans J. (1993) . What S tands F or P hysical E ducation i n Primary Schools?. Learning to Teach P hysical E ducation Edgewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall

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