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How do you link 'practical' to 'theory' successfully in PE? Thankyou for your time

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by C17ATP, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. How do you link 'practical' to 'theory' successfully in PE? Thankyou for your time
     
  2. stopwatch

    stopwatch Established commenter

    I think you need to give more specific details of the kind of thing you want.
    I am guessing you are talking about GCSE or A level, but you don't say.
     
  3. we get someone in to do military drill, we teach wrong handed tennis for skill aquisition, we do trampoline rotation for physics etc etc. We also use a lot of resources from helpmeteach as there are a good few practical- theory ideas.
    How about golf clubs for lever systems??
     

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