The programation and didactic intervention in school sport (II). Contributions of the different styles of teaching
Jesús Viciana Ramírez
Miguel Angel Delgado Noguera
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Viciana Ramírez, J., & Delgado Noguera, M. A. (1999). The programation and didactic intervention in school sport (II). Contributions of the different styles of teaching. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 56, 17-24.
Once we have faced up to the possibilities of teaching performance as far as the teaching technique goes (first part), in this second part we deal with the contributions that the different teaching styles offer us to show sporting contents in educational centres. First we make clear the concept of teaching style and its characteristics and secondly we develop, in the main part of the article, according to Delgado M.A. (1991) classification the different books of teaching styles, their essential characteristics, their varieties and, in a summary table, the specific contribution that each block of styles for sports teaching possesses. We especially emphasise the block of individualised blocks which tale into account the level and the interests of the students, the styles socialised for their importance at the first level of concretion of the timetable (DCB) and the cognitive styles, since research and the solving of motor problems in play are the basis of sports learning.
Published: April 01, 1999
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