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33 Cards in this Set

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The study that describes and explains human social organization.
Sociology and socialization.

The dual process of interaction and development where humans learn who they are and how they are connected to the world they live in.
The CORE of sociology and socialization:
social interaction - the influence of other.
Prescriptive of how one should act in a situation:
Criteria used in assessing the correctness of ideas, feelings, or events:
What standard states:

Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.
Standard 5

Which standard states:

Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction.
Standard SIX

Which standard states:

Understand how individuals learn and develop, and provide opportunities that support physical, cognitive, social and emotional development.
Standard TWO

Growth and Development
Which standard states:

Use and have an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a safe learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement inlearning and self-motivation.
Standard FOUR

Management and Motivation.
A person learns thoughts and behaviors by reinforcement, modeling (observational learning) and social comparison.
Social Learning Theory (Bandura)

Encourage "prosocial behavior"

Foster an environment of positive responsibility.
What consists of adopting the pro-social norms of society and occurs through modeling, reinforcement, and social comparison?
moral development (component of social learning theory)
Three things physical education programs shall include:
1. self-discipline

2. improved judgement

3. strengthened peer relations
Three levels of KOHLBERG:
Level ONE: premoral

Level TWO: conventional

Level THREE: personal principle
Kohlberg Level ONE:

Stage ONE: avoidance of punishment

Stage TWO: hedonistic motives
Kohlberg Level TWO:

Stage THREE: dominated by a desire for approval from others.

Stage FOUR: adherence to strong, legitimate authority
Kohlberg Level THREE:
personal principle:

Stage FIVE: concern for values of community; moral order and self-respect

Stage SIX: reflection upon personal conscience and deep personal principle
Behavior is evaluated only on the basis of personal outcomes without any concept of right or wrong:
Behavior is determined by external sanctions:
A system of teaching strategies designed to move students from lower to higher levels of responsibility:
Hellison's Model of Responsibility

Create an awareness of approprate behavior and opportunity for student reflection.
Hellison's SIX levels:
0. irresponsibility

1. self-control

2. involvement

3. self-responsibility

4. caring

5. outside the gym
Unmotivated, undiscilpined, verbally, or physically abusive:
Not highly engaged in lesson but not disruptive, goes through motions:
Demonstrates self-control and enthusiasm for content, willingness, has personal definition of success:
Ability to work with others, identify of own needs:
Cooperative, supportive, willing to help others:
Transfer of responsible behavior to life settings:
outside the gym
Three parts of RESPONSIBILITY model:
1. Treat kids as whole person

2. Empower them to make decisions

3. Use medium of fitness, sport
Teachers need to respect students:
1. strengths, not deficits

2. individuality

3. decision making
Addition al HELLISONS:

Blames others, negative, name-calling, disruptive, makes excuses, does not play by the rules, aggressive behavior, does not listen or participate:

Does not call names, controls temper, does not disrupt class, listens (but not actively):

Listens and follows directions, shows at least minimal respect, stays on task only when teacher is watching, willing to try and are involved inactivity, participates with reservation:

Shows respect, makes good choices, honest and fair, admits mistakes and apologizes, works on activity independently:

Works with everyone in the class, willing, compliments and encourages others, takes care of equipment, asks and provides assistance to teacher and other student, concerned with the progress of others:

Transfers responsible behavior to life settings:
outside the gym