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Teachers are guided through ways to use physical activity to foster personal and social responsibility. Strategies presented have been field-tested in inner-city and suburban settings. Featured are Kidquotes, comments from real kids to motivate readers to apply concepts; updated references; Take-Aways summarize sum·ma·rize
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To make a summary or make a summary of.
sum each chapter, to help each reader consider his/her own situations.
Chapters provide lesson plan structure; information on how to integrate responsibility into physical activity lessons; strategies for specific problems arising in classes; and guidelines guidelines,
n.pl a set of standards, criteria, or specifications to be used or followed in the performance of certain tasks. for assessing responsibility. The Taking Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR TPSR Topology Project Status Report (Sprint)
TPSR Test Program Service Request ) model emphasizes four levels of responsibility--(I) respecting rights and feelings of others, (II) participation and effort, (III) self-direction, and (IV) caring and helping others.
Ten chapters are divided into three parts--Part I--Ideas (3 chapters)--ideas related to what's worth doing, themes for teaching personal and social responsibility, and levels of responsibility. Part II--Strategies (5 chapters)--lesson plans, integrating physical activity with responsibility, strategies for specific problems and situations, teacher-student relationship, and assessment. Part III--Implementation (2 chapters)--getting started, and programs to supplement in-school physical education.