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How can you make gymnastics activity fun, lively and inclusive? How can you improve the health and well-being of all your children? How can you ensure progression over time?
This practical and easy-to-use teacher's guide is the brand new edition of the popular workbook Movement Education leading to Gymnastics 4-7. It takes a session-by-session approach to teaching physical development and well-being through gymnastics for the five to seven age range.
Fully updated with the most current schemes of work to use at Key Stage 1, it sets out a series of forty sessions over the two year span, to give you planned and logical progression of both content and advice.
This one-stop resource includes twenty session plans per year group, which you can follow as a complete course or dip into for ideas and inspiration. It also includes Specific Skills Guide to help you support children in developing the correct techniques.
Each session plan includes:
The companion volume, Developing Physical Health, Fitness and Well-Being through Gymnastics 7-11 follows the same format, and together, these user-friendly books provide a progressive programme of work from Years 1-6. If you are a practising or student teacher, this guide will give you all the confidence you need to teach gymnastics in your school.
Although children's plays of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries are rarely anthologized or even mentioned in reference books or histories of theatre, theatre historian and playwright Jonathan Levy found an embarrassment of riches when he set about developing this collection. Applying several criteria, which are noted in his preface, he found himself especially captivated by plays presenting scenes of real life and in which the dialogue sounds like the real talk of boys and girls of the period. Most of the plays remain interesting as plays to be read and perhaps produced, not just as historical curiosities. Included are plays representative of five major genres, which Levy identifies in his analytical introduction: Dramatic Proverbs and other moral tales; History Plays, including sacred and secular history; Sentimental Comedies; Fairy Tales and Eastern Tales; and Familiar Dialogues. Included among the playwrights are Charles Stearns (1753-1826), a Harvard graduate and tutor and prominent minister, and Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849), an English writer known also for her Irish novels for adults and her writings on education. Each of the ten plays is prefaced by a biographical sketch on the playwright and critical notes on the play. Illustrations from some of the original publications are reprinted.