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Teaching Games For Understanding
=starts with children playing a game and then teaching skill drills and/or needed strategies
progression to formal games
a. familiarization (basic skills and strategy)
b. skill challenging games
(low. org games)
c. games making
d. mini games (lead up games)
e. formal regulation games
f. specialization in games and role
components of TGFU
-often a lead up game used
-game modifications when needed
-children part of decision process
model for TGFU
a. game playing
b. teacher/students identify skills tactics need improve
c. stop playing game to identify remedies
d. remedies: practice skills
e. game playing
f. add challenge to game
most common ways to modify games
a. which skills and how they are used
b. equipment used
c. players involved
d. boundaries
4 types of lead up games
target, net, batting, running
lead up games
=like formal games, but not as complex, use nonmanipulative and manipulative skills and game strategy
low organization games
=focus on body mgmt skills (nonmanipulative)
-often used as a warm-up
formal games
=the real game using nonmanipulative and manipulative skills and game strategy according to official rules
another name for net, batting, or running games
net- wall
batting- fielding
running- invasion