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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Education.

StatementCheryl West.
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Open LibraryOL17519252M

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Standard 2 [E] Recognizes locomotor skills specific to a wide variety of physical activities (3); Combines movement concepts with skills in small-sided practice tasks, gymnastics, and dance environments (4); Combines movement concepts with skills in small-sided practice tasks in game environments, gymnastics, and dance with self-direction (5). This book is designed to give every elementary school teacher the tools he or she needs to begin incorporating dance into every-day curriculum. On the next page, you will find teaching tips that are especially important when teaching dance. overview of the curriculum field and a set of concepts for analyzing the field. To accom-plish these related goals, the discussion that follows focuses on these outcomes: defining the concept of curriculum, examining the several types of curricula, describing the con-trasting nature of curriculum components, and analyzing the hidden curriculum. Print, (, p) curriculum is an area of vital importance to the professional teacher. Over the past two decades the study of curriculum has become an established part of teacher education programmes. Therefore, teachers need to be knowledgeable about curriculum and understand the processes by which curricula may be developed.