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Additionally, in this circumstance, emphasis usually shifts away from the team to talented individuals. These are the players who carry the undeveloped team because they can generally perform without a team, especially when no team involved in the competition is well developed. In this form of team, there is an I. The game becomes a battle of the good players. Here a team of champions defeats all other teams because no other team can be a champion team. Yet these good players are not the ones who really need this high level of access to the majority of opportunities in physical education.

The season involves teams, so the teams are also central to the season. This means that we continue with our teammate levels records. The levels are also a crucial foundation for students being able to sort through the disagreements that will inevitably appear as they are challenged to improve their performances during the season. These disagreements will be both within and between teams. Learning how to work with others is a big part of creative PE. ▶ 33 34 ◀ creative physical education Fairness and Competition A well-planned season can deliver a structure for fair competition.

We suggest the following process for teaching the teams how to teach their game. Students can introduce this process by teaching board games to each other. It doesn’t matter if others already know the game; the important part of the activity is to employ the process. 1. Lay out the field with the equipment in its correct place for the game (can also be shown on whiteboard diagram). 2. Communicate the overall aim of the game: what you have to do to score. 3. Point out the names of the various positions on the field and place some people in these positions to demonstrate.

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