Cooperative Games and Sports

Provides directions for games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children and adults.

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Author: Terry Orlick

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 0736057978

Category: Education

Page: 163

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Provides directions for games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children and adults.

The Second Cooperative Sports Games Book

Provides directions for more than two hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for toddlers, and games for children and adults -- A giant bonus of international cooperative ...

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Author: Terry Orlick

Publisher: Pantheon

ISBN: 0394748131

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 267

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Provides directions for more than two hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for toddlers, and games for children and adults

Unique Games and Sports Around the World

This chapter defines the characteristics of cooperative games so that a
knowledge base is acquired to select , create , modify , implement , and change
games for educational objectives in the classroom or the gymnasium . The safety
, physical ...

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Author: Doris Corbett

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313297789

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 407

View: 538

Looks at over three hundred sports and games from different cultures around the world, providing details about the rules, as well as information about typical players, the symbolism involved, and the equipment needed to play.

The Cooperative Sports Games Book

Provides directions for more than one hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children and adults

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Author: Terry Orlick

Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books

ISBN: 0394422155

Category: Cooperation

Page: 129

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Provides directions for more than one hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children and adults

International Encyclopedia of Women and Sports A G

and then a critic of contemporary sports , has led a democratic movement that
has argued for the restructuring of sports so ... Most importantly , cooperative
games are subject to evolution - players are free to improvise and change the
rules of ...

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Author: Berkshire Reference Works

Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference

ISBN: 0028649516

Category: Sports for women

Page: 1428

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"No other encyclopedia covers the world of women in international sports with such depth, currency, and detail. This three-volume, illustrated reference set provides articles on all aspects of the history and the current state of women's sports. Included are more than 230 biographies, 170 individual and group sports, and 75 country profiles, plus examinations of cultural, societal, health, and ethical issues."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2001.

Adapted Physical Activity Recreation and Sport

The three people cooperate to carry another person or some object students
changed this game hundreds of ways and ... Two principles guide Unified Sports
: ( a ) age groupThe cooperative or new games model has been explained and
ing ...

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Author: Claudine Sherrill

Publisher: Brown & Benchmark

ISBN: UOM:39015045622357

Category: Physical education for children with disabilities

Page: 706

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Emphasizing change, inclusion and psycho-social perspectives for understanding individual differences. A lifespan, cross-disciplinary approach should make this book of interest to persons preparing for both teaching and non-teaching professions.

The Prepare Curriculum

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Author: Arnold P. Goldstein

Publisher: Research Press (IL)

ISBN: UOM:39015055842432

Category: Habiletés sociales

Page: 687

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A comprehensive training program designed for chronically aggressive or withdrawn adolescents, the curriculum includes 10 course-length interventions, including problem-solving, interpersonal skills, anger control and cooperation. Training methods involve games, role playing, and group discussions. Also examines important issues such as group management, motivation, assessment and individualization. Teaching guidelines provided within the text.

Elementary Curriculum

In addition , in our first extensive coop games study with kindergarten children we
have found some evidence of spin - off effects ... Cooperative Games " Systematic
Analysis and Cooperative Impact , " Contemporary Research on Youth Sports ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000010627242

Category: Education, Elementary

Page: 66

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Play Games and Sports in Cultural Contexts

tion scheme for this study : ( 1 ) “ Since kibbutz children are raised in the spirit of
cooperation with the other members of the kibbutz , their games tend to be of less
competitive types ” ; and ( 2 ) “ Since kibbutz children are raised in the spirit of ...

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Author: Janet C. Harris

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:49015000933748

Category: Games

Page: 521

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Spieltheorie.

Beyond Language

Cooperative Sports, Games, and Activity Animal Town Game Company. The
Animal Town Game Company Catalog of Board Games. Santa Barbara,
California: Animal Town Game Company, 1984. Deacove, J. Cooperative Games
Manual.

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Author:

Publisher: Aacp Incorporated/Asian Amer Curriculum

ISBN: UIUC:30112056216101

Category: Children of minorities

Page: 343

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This book aims to help educators improve their understanding of minority students within the American social context. It contains seven chapters, each written by different authors. The introductory chapter, "The Education of Language Minority Students: A Contextual Interaction Model" by C. Cortes, provides an overview of a theory for how the many sociocultural factors influence language minority education. The next chapter, "Ethnic Minority Issues in the United States: Challenges for the Educational System" by S. Sue and A. Padilla, looks at historical explanations for why some groups do better in school than others. "Understanding Sociocultural Factors: Knowledge, Identity, and School Adjustment" by J. Ogbu and M. Matute-Bianchi analyzes sociocultural factors such as group attitudes toward education, self-identity, historical experiences, cultural values, and job ceiling. The next chapter, "Sociocultural Contexts of Language Development" by S. Heath, stresses the inclusion of mother tongue and second language education in language minority educational reform. "Sociocultural Resources in Instruction: A Context-Specific Approach" by S. Diaz, L. Moll and H. Mehan provides a detailed illustration of how language development (reading and writing) can be improved, based on a positive link between the home and school. "Cooperative Learning and Sociocultural Factors in Schooling" by S. Kagan describes cooperative learning as an educational innovation for improving students' acquisition of both academic and humanistic skills. The concluding chapter, "Educators' Responses to Sociocultural Diversity" by M. McGroarty facilitates educators' understanding and use of the hypotheses and approaches proposed in the earlier chapters. The book contains approximately 200 references. (KS)

Sociology of North American Sport

68 Cooperative Games Many youth sports leaders believe that one of the
objectives of sports and physical activity programs for youth should emphasize
the learning of cooperative behavior — how to get along well with others and to
share ...

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Author: D. Stanley Eitzen

Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill

ISBN: UVA:X002213090

Category: Sports

Page: 416

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Leisure Recreation and Tourism Abstracts

After an introduction to the social significance and interactive nature of sport and
games , there is a discussion of the New Games Movement and cooperative
games in Belgium in all their aspects . Guided by detailed observation of a
number ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C041844450

Category: Leisure

Page: 30

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Myths Models and Methods in Sport Pedagogy

Analysis of Games and Sports in Cultural Contexts and Its Significance for
Physical Education Wolf - Dietrich Brettschneider In ... New and cooperative
forms characterize the world of games , in which there is no place for competition
and gain .

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Author: Gary T. Barrette

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: UVA:X001297598

Category: Medical

Page: 272

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Journal of Physical Education Recreation Dance

Aware of the never - ending nature of complex concept development , we know
that in the future we will have revisited and refined the ideas offered here . are
anti - sport . Allowing children Initial Conception # 9 : to choose cooperative
games ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000063830033

Category: Dance

Page:

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Classroom Activities in Sex Equity for Developmental Guidance

Cooperative Games and Sports Cooperative games are conducted in all physical
education classes . A schoolwide awards assembly is held with awards given for
" most cooperative ” students in each class . ( In one school , a special award ...

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Author: Barbara A. Bitters

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89114888431

Category: Education

Page: 415

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Peace Power for Adolescents

Cooperative Games and Sports Children and youth learn how to act socially
partly through play and games . There is considerable evidence that children and
youth engaged in cooperative games learn skills that generalize to other
situations ...

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Author: Mark A. Mattaini

Publisher: N A S W Press

ISBN: UOM:39015050818353

Category: Social Science

Page: 257

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Cooperative Sports and Game Book

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Author: Terry Orlick

Publisher: Pantheon Books

ISBN: 0787219282

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 129

View: 849

This book describes 100 games that depend on cooperation, rather than competition, for success.

Winning Through Cooperation

competitive insanity, cooperative alternatives Terry Orlick. ; Games and Sports in
the People's Republic of China 69 Departure from the Mainland 74 Fit To Destroy
79 What's on the Tube 80 Are Sports a Royal Road to Peace and Harmony 86 ...

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Author: Terry Orlick

Publisher: Acropolis Books Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015002316225

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 278

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