Please find literature to back this topic. Articles to include if need be: References Gumbo. S , Magonde. S , Nhamo. E, 2017, Teaching strategies employed by Physical Education Teachers in Gokwe North Primary Schools, International journal of sport, exercise and health research, available on: http://www.sportscienceresearch.com/IJSEHR_201712_03.pdf Bruce, B, Frey, 2018, Pragmatic paradigm, The sage research methods, available on: https://methods.sagepub.com/reference/the-sage-encyclopedia-of-educational-researchmeasurement-and-evaluation/i16337.xml Victoria university, 2020, week 5: data gathering, AED5001 Research methods and design, available from: file:///C:/Users/maria%20klaromenos/Documents/Masters%20of%20teaching/summer%20school/R esearch/Resources/Data%20collection%20info.pdf Hattie, J, 2019, High impact teaching strategies (HITS), Retrieved from: https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/school/teachers/support/high-impact-teachingstrategies.pdf AITSL, 2010, Australian Institute for teaching and school leadership, Australian professional standards https://www.aitsl.edu.au/docs/default-source/national-policy-framework/australian-professionalstandards-for-teachers.pdf?sfvrsn=5800f33c_64 Korstjens, I. and Moser, A., 2018. Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 4: Trustworthiness and publishing. Simms, S, 2021, Teaching methods, Sports Psychology teach P.E, available on: https://www.teachpe.com/sports-psychology/teaching-methods Hamilton. J, 2017, Physical Education Teaching Strategies & Styles, Retrieved from https://study.com/academy/lesson/physical-education-teaching-strategies-styles.html. Health and human services, 2018, Strategies for Classroom Physical Activity in Schools, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, available on: https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/physicalactivity/pdf/ClassroomPAStrategies_508.pdf https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042812019453 There are multiple strategies to incorporate in physical education teaching there isn’t strictly one teaching strategy that fits all. The teacher “translate the aims into practice” (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – The strategies implemented are designed to meet the needs of the instructional practice. Each strategy that are adopted are linked to a particular teaching styles (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – Application to strategies can be embedded in many ways within Physical education classes these include but are not limited to; lecture, individualized instruction, cooperative learning, simulation, peer teaching, self-instruction formats, cognitive, team teaching, taks teaching and teaching through questions (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – High impact strategies (HITS) (Hattie,2019) consists of a number of ways to embed different strategies into your practice, in line with the AITSL standards (2017). Each one of those are incorporated in P.E or teaching in general. – Teaching strategies are very important in teaching especially in physical education classroom this increases positive behavior and can reduce inappropriate behavior. Having different teaching strategies helps you as a P.E teacher become a better practioner. – As a physical education teacher you need to provide a form of guidance to ensure they perform and learn effectively. To teach a new skill there are four parts involved such as instructing (instructions of how to complete the task or skill, written or verbal, this ensures the students understand what is required of them) , demonstrating (The teacher may provide a demonstration of the skill or get a peer to perform allowing for students to form a model into their memory), applying ( student practices the skills to help them transfer the learning from practice to a competitive situation) and confirming ( form of feedback to the student on how well they been.) (Simms, 2021) There are multiple strategies to incorporate in physical education teaching there isn’t strictly one teaching strategy that fits all. The teacher “translate the aims into practice”mot (Gumbo, et al, 2017)

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Topic: What are the main teaching strategies used to teach physical education in primary schools?

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Please find literature to back this topic. Articles to include if need be: References Gumbo. S , Magonde. S , Nhamo. E, 2017, Teaching strategies employed by Physical Education Teachers in Gokwe North Primary Schools, International journal of sport, exercise and health research, available on: http://www.sportscienceresearch.com/IJSEHR_201712_03.pdf Bruce, B, Frey, 2018, Pragmatic paradigm, The sage research methods, available on: https://methods.sagepub.com/reference/the-sage-encyclopedia-of-educational-researchmeasurement-and-evaluation/i16337.xml Victoria university, 2020, week 5: data gathering, AED5001 Research methods and design, available from: file:///C:/Users/maria%20klaromenos/Documents/Masters%20of%20teaching/summer%20school/R esearch/Resources/Data%20collection%20info.pdf Hattie, J, 2019, High impact teaching strategies (HITS), Retrieved from: https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/school/teachers/support/high-impact-teachingstrategies.pdf AITSL, 2010, Australian Institute for teaching and school leadership, Australian professional standards https://www.aitsl.edu.au/docs/default-source/national-policy-framework/australian-professionalstandards-for-teachers.pdf?sfvrsn=5800f33c_64 Korstjens, I. and Moser, A., 2018. Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 4: Trustworthiness and publishing. Simms, S, 2021, Teaching methods, Sports Psychology teach P.E, available on: https://www.teachpe.com/sports-psychology/teaching-methods Hamilton. J, 2017, Physical Education Teaching Strategies & Styles, Retrieved from https://study.com/academy/lesson/physical-education-teaching-strategies-styles.html. Health and human services, 2018, Strategies for Classroom Physical Activity in Schools, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, available on: https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/physicalactivity/pdf/ClassroomPAStrategies_508.pdf https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042812019453 There are multiple strategies to incorporate in physical education teaching there isn’t strictly one teaching strategy that fits all. The teacher “translate the aims into practice” (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – The strategies implemented are designed to meet the needs of the instructional practice. Each strategy that are adopted are linked to a particular teaching styles (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – Application to strategies can be embedded in many ways within Physical education classes these include but are not limited to; lecture, individualized instruction, cooperative learning, simulation, peer teaching, self-instruction formats, cognitive, team teaching, taks teaching and teaching through questions (Gumbo, et al, 2017). – High impact strategies (HITS) (Hattie,2019) consists of a number of ways to embed different strategies into your practice, in line with the AITSL standards (2017). Each one of those are incorporated in P.E or teaching in general. – Teaching strategies are very important in teaching especially in physical education classroom this increases positive behavior and can reduce inappropriate behavior. Having different teaching strategies helps you as a P.E teacher become a better practioner. – As a physical education teacher you need to provide a form of guidance to ensure they perform and learn effectively. To teach a new skill there are four parts involved such as instructing (instructions of how to complete the task or skill, written or verbal, this ensures the students understand what is required of them) , demonstrating (The teacher may provide a demonstration of the skill or get a peer to perform allowing for students to form a model into their memory), applying ( student practices the skills to help them transfer the learning from practice to a competitive situation) and confirming ( form of feedback to the student on how well they been.) (Simms, 2021) There are multiple strategies to incorporate in physical education teaching there isn’t strictly one teaching strategy that fits all. The teacher “translate the aims into practice”mot (Gumbo, et al, 2017)

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