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Sports - Physical Education



ENERGY BALANCE

Being physically active and eating from the food groups are key to balancing your energy. Registered Dietitian Melissa Halas-Liang discusses the nutrition basics of the energy equation, while a personal trainer explains the importance of balancing the equation by using that energy. Discover:

  • Short-term and long term benefits of physical activity
  • Tips to be active each day
  • How to overcome common excuses
  • How to continue being active into adulthood

    Includes brief interviews with teens about how they stay healthy through physical activity.


    Item no.: AW01070348
    Format: DVD (Closed Captioned)
    Duration: 20 minutes
    Copyright: 2012
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    SPORT DRINKS AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE: SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    By Mindy Millard-Stafford

    Sport Drinks and Exercise Performance: Scientific Evidence provides an overview of what constitutes a sports drink and the impact of each principle component in a sports drink on physiological function. The DVD also details the purpose of having sodium in a sports drink. In addition, the DVD points out what individuals should do if they work in a hot environment, particularly with regard to replacing sweat losses. The DVD also discusses the fact that beverages with more than 10-12% carbohydrate are not optimal during exercise in the heat.

    Among the topics covered:

  • What is a sports drink?
  • Variables which differ among sports drinks
  • Primary goals of sports drinks
  • Limits to performance in a warm environment
  • Carbohydrate ingestion during exercise
  • Efficacy of carbohydrate sports drinks in heat
  • Are small differences in carbohydrates among sports drinks important?
  • Impact of sport drinks on other types of exercise
  • What is the purpose of sodium in sport drinks?
  • What additional ingredients can enhance performance?

    Item no.: CZ08501497
    Format: DVD
    Duration: 43 minutes
    Copyright: 2012
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    IN THE SPIRIT OF THE GAME: SPORTS CONDUCT AND FAIR PLAY

    Winning is a great feeling, but there other goals we set ourselves when playing sport. Fair play and good sporting behaviour help make the activity enjoyable for everyone involved. This documentary-style program will explore: what good sportsmanship is, codes of conduct for players, officials, coaches and spectators, being a team player, a good loser and winner, and resolving conflict, using practical examples. We talk with professional soccer player Mate Dugandzic, basketballer Daniel Dillon, rugby referee Natalie Amor, soccer referee Wilson Brown, and international rugby referee Nigel Owens. For middle secondary studies in physical and outdoor education, this production provides valuable advice regarding the benefits of teamwork, mutual respect, and taking personal and social responsibility.

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    Item no.: DR08691844
    Format: DVD
    Duration: 21 minutes
    Copyright: 2012
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    LIFELONG PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

    The benefits of regular physical activity from a young age are highlighted in this energetic and informative program for lower secondary health and P.E. learners. Viewers will hear from Olympic rower Kim Crow and a number of amateur orienteers, as they discuss the physical, mental and social outcomes of physical activity. The positive and negative aspects of group and individual activities are explored, including barriers to participation and how people from different backgrounds can overcome these challenges. This program provides valuable practical knowledge and the perfect motivation for getting started with any type of physical activity.

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    Item no.: WK08691845
    Format: DVD
    Duration: 15 minutes
    Copyright: 2012
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    SPORTS & VIDEO

    NBA Executive
    NBA Player
    Video Production


    Shawn meets the Senior Vice President and co-founder of the NBA's Orlando Magic. Then, it's off to the basketball court to meet a former professional basketball player who tells us about life in the NBA. We also get a glimpse into what it takes to put a TV show or commercial together when we meet the senior editor of a video production company.


    Item no.: YV00161583
    Format: DVD
    Audience: Senior High - College
    Duration: 20 minutes
    Copyright: 2011
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    SPORTS INJURIES: CLASSIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT

    This program is a comprehensive guide to the classification and management of sports injuries. Wendy Braybon, head physiotherapist at the Victorian Institute of Sport, shows us how to classify and manage soft tissue injuries (such as sprains, skin abrasions, lacerations, and blisters) and hard tissue injuries (fractures and dislocations). We learn to apply the RICER technique for managing soft tissue injuries and the TOTAPS and DRABC techniques for assessing and managing hard tissue injuries. Throughout the program we see detailed graphics and real-life examples of different injuries, talk to Paralympian Jessica Gallagher, and see dramatised scenarios demonstrating key injury management techniques.

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    Item no.: DU08691625
    Format: DVD
    Duration: 19 minutes
    Copyright: 2010
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    EIGHT ESSENTIALS OF PROGRAM DESIGN, THE

    By Tony Ambler-Wright

    As obesity rates and the number of musculoskeletal impairments continue to rise, traditional fitness programming may not be as suitable or effective as it needs to be for the average individual. If health/fitness professionals are going to be able to develop workouts that minimize injury and maximize results, they must be knowledgeable about integrated program design strategies. Covering topics ranging from movement screening to metabolic training, The Eight Essentials of Program Design details the essential components of highly-effective fitness programming, as well as provides practical examples of how these components fit together into exercise programs.

    Among Topics Covered:

  • Assessment
  • Flexibility/mobility training
  • Core/balance/reactive training
  • Speed/agility/quickness training
  • Integrated resistance training
  • Energy system development
  • Periodization -- what's the goal?
  • Recovery/regeneration

    Item no.: YH08500956
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 75 minutes
    Copyright: 2010
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    IMPROVING PERFORMANCE: ELITE ATHLETE CASE STUDIES

    Elite athletes employ simple strategies and techniques to improve performance. How better to gain an insight into these tried-and-tested methods, than to hear directly from the elite athletes and coaches themselves? This insightful program takes us trackside to the training grounds of eight sportspeople from around the world, who share their personal insights and stories of performance training. We learn how to plan an effective training schedule and discuss the importance of psychological preparation. We also discuss the risks involved in performance enhancing drugs, and the benefits that current advances in sports technology bring to athletic performance and measurement.

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    Item no.: LB08691628
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 20 minutes
    Copyright: 2010
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    SKILL ACQUISITION FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE

    The ultimate goal of any aspiring athlete is to execute skills with form and efficiency. This program provides a detailed theoretical understanding of how skills are developed and honed to an elite level. We learn the difference between skills and abilities, explore types of skills, step through the three stages of skill acquisition, and discuss how everyone learns at a different rate. We also discuss internal and external factors that affect performance and learn useful techniques to evaluate performance. All of this theory is underpinned throughout the program by real-life examples and expert advice from head coach Gary Wagner and sports psychologist Shayne Hanks.

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    Item no.: FC08691641
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 23 minutes
    Copyright: 2010
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    TIME IN THE MINORS (85 MIN VERSION)

    By Tony Okun

    Every year in June approximately 1500 new players out of high school and college are chosen from the amateur baseball draft and sent to play in the minor leagues. Trying to make it in the fiercely competitive world of professional baseball can make or break you. TIME IN THE MINORS documents the lives and passionate dreams of two minor league players on their arduous journey to becoming Major League Baseball players.

    19-year-old, John Drennen, a High School All-American center fielder from San Diego, California is selected in the first round of the 2005 amateur baseball draft by the Cleveland Indians and offered a one million dollar signing bonus. This will mark John's first full season playing professional baseball.

    Tony Schrager, a 28-year old infielder out of Omaha, Nebraska was a 6th-round draft pick in 1998 and is an 8-year veteran of the minor leagues. Tony has yet to play at the major league level and this season could be his last shot to make it.

    What' it like trying to make it to the Major Leagues? Follow each player from pre-season and beyond through the physical and emotional ups and downs of a life in professional baseball, and the dream that keeps their hopes alive. Will either player obtain his ultimate goal?

    Awards
  • Best Documentary - Lakedance International Film Festival, 2009
  • WINNER - Best Feature Documentary Idaho International Film Festival, 2009

    Item no.: NL00161330
    Format: DVD
    Audience: Senior High-College
    Duration: 85 minutes
    Copyright: 2010
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    ALL ABOUT MUSCLES

    Within the human body there are more than 600 individual muscles. Without them you could not walk, talk, smile or, more importantly, your heart would not beat and you wouldn't breathe. This program explores the main functions of our muscles as well as looking at the muscle types, fibres, contractions and inside the muscle.

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    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 27 minutes
    Copyright: 2008
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    FAIR PLAY IN SPORT: THE ROLE OF UMPIRES AND REFEREES

    The leadership role that umpires take on requires intimate knowledge of the game, split-second decision-making skills and excellent communication abilities, all while racing up and down a field of play! It's no easy task, but the world of sport can offer exciting international careers or very satisfying healthy hobbies to those who do their job well. In this program we see exactly why umpires are vital for any competitive game, look at the importance of a complete understanding of the rules, examine what makes a good umpire, establish how to deal with trouble on and off the field and finally hear how to forge a career in umpiring. With expert input from elite and non-professional umpires in soccer, tennis, basketball and AFL, this is a practical and inspiring program introducing the key concepts of umpiring to students.

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    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 27 minutes
    Copyright: 2008
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    GREAT ACTIVITIES FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION: MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Are you ready to add more enthusiasm and fun to your physical education classes? In this DVD, Artie Kamiya provides several innovative new games and activities for students in grades 6-8. The games and activities included are: Roller Ball, Which Way Kickball, Hoop Ball, Build-up Ball, High Five Softball, Straight Line Baseball, Decision Ball, Square Ball, Cone Ball, 3-on-3-on-3 Basketball, Mystery Maze, Ultimate Ping Pong, Double Time Kickball, Score Ball, Guard Ball, Ultimate Football, Group Juggling and Basketball Hot Spots. Each game can be easily implemented into any middle school curriculum.

    Item no.: KC09670229
    Format: DVD
    Audience: Grades 6-8
    Duration: 90 minutes
    Copyright: 2008
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    HEALTH EMERGENCIES IN THE CLASSROOM

    In every school there are students who suffer from medical conditions. Because of this, it is vital that teachers and other school staff are fully prepared to deal with a medical emergency. This program investigates some of the more common health emergencies that occur in classrooms and how best to treat them. An informed look at the treatments for asthma, diabetes, anaphylaxis and epilepsy and essential professional development viewing for teachers.

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    Item no.: JM08690827
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 24 minutes
    Copyright: 2007
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    INTEGRATING FITNESS COMPONENTS INTO A HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM

    By Patrick McHenry

    Integrating Fitness Components into a High School Physical Education Curriculum explains how to incorporate balance, agility, speed, coordination, strength, flexibility, endurance, power, and stability into a physical education class. The DVD reviews the importance of each of the basic components of fitness and then shows basic drills and exercises that can be used in any level of a physical education class to develop a particular component.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Moving beyond traditional exercises
  • Using basic movement patterns to incorporate fitness components
  • Holistic approaches
  • Setting up in any area
  • Challenging all ability levels

    Item no.: NK08500068
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 31 minutes
    Copyright: 2007
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    SETTING THE PACE: WOMEN AND SPORT

    In today's sporting culture, be it swimming, running or even vaulting, many of the athletes that capture our nation's imagination and inspire us all, are women. In this program we explore physical activity and its pertinence to women. We consider the benefits of activity in general, but also explore the specific benefits of exercise and activity during menopause, pregnancy and as a means of alleviating biological stress. We also explore the history of women in sports and help students to develop an understanding of the difference between women and men's participation levels in sport and activity. This program is both a practical and inspirational story for young women everywhere.

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    Item no.: DV08691387
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 26 minutes
    Copyright: 2007
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    FITNESS TRAINING: ANALYSING FITNESS

    Fitness means different things to different people. Is an elite basketballer fitter than an elite swimmer or gymnast? Does being able to run a long distance mean that you are fitter than someone who can lift heavy weights? This program is an introduction to the meaning of fitness and analyses each of its separate components in detail. The students will learn about fitness tests which can be used to assess each of the fitness components as well as what types of fitness athletes need to have for their specific sport.

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    Item no.: ZV08690886
    Format: DVD
    Audience:
    Duration: 26 minutes
    Copyright: 2006
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    FITNESS TRAINING: TRAINING PRINCIPLES

    Designing and using an appropriate training program for an athlete at any level is not straightforward. There are many factors to be considered, and a training program should be tailored to an individual's needs and physical capabilities. With the assistance of former Socceroo and current head coach of the AIS Men's Soccer Program, Steve O'Connor, as well as Dean Kinsman the current head coach of the AIS Women's Basketball Program, this program will introduce the students to the concepts of training principles and methods, discuss a number of considerations to take into account when planning a program, and examine the acute and chronic physiological responses to training.

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    Item no.: DS08690887
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 28 minutes
    Copyright: 2006
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    FITNESS TRAINING: TRAINING PROGRAMS

    Any athlete competing in sport or physical activity knows the importance of training. Training programs are tailored to develop athletes - individually and collectively - to help them improve in those areas that need it, and to maintain the ability to perform at their peak. This program discusses the main considerations in developing effective training programs.

    Wayne Lawes, head coach of the Haileybury Waterlions, and Daniel Lynch, the High Performance Manager of the Melbourne Tigers, share the knowledge and experience throughout this informative program.

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    Item no.: JK08690888
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 28 minutes
    Copyright: 2006
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    MEASUREMENTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

    The National Physical Activity Guidelines were introduced by the Australian Government to offer guidance and options for moderate-intensity physical activity, which are both achievable and sustainable across gender, socio-economic and occupational groups. This program illustrates the key principles outlined by the guidelines and offers a comprehensive and objective approach to various methods of measuring physical activity. Interviews and a variety of sports and activities footage further assist with addressing the concepts of the program.

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    Item no.: ND08690625
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 29 minutes
    Copyright: 2006
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    PROMOTING PARTICIPATION IN P.E.: THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY GUIDELINES

    With increasing levels of inactivity and obesity in our community the promotion of physical activity is vital to the future health of our nation. In response to this growing problem the government set 'National Physical Activity Guidelines' to inform people of the minimum levels of activity to stay healthy. This program examines these guidelines, barriers to becoming active and various models of physical activity. Its key focus is to encourage students to take a greater interest in physical activity and allows them to recognise the benefits associated with participation.

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    Item no.: FV08691095
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 27 minutes
    Copyright: 2006
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    SPORTS INJURY PREVENTION AND ASSESSMENT

    This program provides a comprehensive guide to the issue of sports injury: its prevention where possible and successful treatment when prevention fails. It covers the following areas: prevention of injury, including warm-ups, protective equipment, diet and appropriate training regimes, immediate assessment of injuries (DR ABC), causes of sports injuries, assessing sports injuries (SALTAPS), treating soft tissue injuries (RICERS) and injury rehabilitation.

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    Item no.: KD08690471
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 28 minutes
    Copyright: 2005
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    SPORTS, DRUGS, AND YOU

    What effects will alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, and steroids have on your athletic performance? You may think that because you're in shape, you can get away with using these substances. This video will open your eyes and change your mind.

    Learning Objectives
    1) Students will see how various harmful substances affect an athlete's body.
    2) Athletes will realize that using drugs is detrimental to athletic performance.
    3) Students will understand that abusing their bodies results in consequences and that being 'in shape' does not protect them from the negative side-effects of drugs.


    Item no.: PW04241540
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 13 minutes
    Copyright: 2005
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    SPORTS NUTRITION

    Athletes expend a lot of energy, so a good diet that provides them with necessary nutrients is of utmost importance. People who are active need to know what to eat and what to drink so that their bodies can serve them well.

    Learning Objectives:
    1) Students will learn how their bodies store energy for physical activity.
    2) Students will become aware of the components of a good diet.
    3) Students will be taught about substances and behaviors that are harmful to the human body.


    Item no.: NF00100864
    Format: DVD
    Audience: Grades 6-12
    Duration: 15 minutes
    Copyright: 2004
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    TRAINING FOR STRENGTH AND FITNESS

    Learn the right way to eat and the correct way to exercise in this step-by-step guide to optimal fitness.

    Learning Objectives:
    1) To teach the student how to achieve his/her fitness goals.
    2) To answer questions about exercise.
    3) To illustrate the different types of exercise.


    Item no.: JH04300867
    Format: DVD
    Audience: Grades 6-12
    Duration: 35 minutes
    Copyright: 2004
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    MOTIVATIONS FOR AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

    Over 60% of adults worldwide aren't physically active enough. Why is this happening when it's widely known that a physically active lifestyle has numerous health benefits?

    An active lifestyle assists in the prevention of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, some cancers, and physical injuries. Sedentary behaviour carries many dangers and is responsible for an estimated two million deaths per year.

    Considering what we know, it's surprising that rates of participation in physical activity are declining, and the number of people classified as 'sedentary' is rising. This program covers a number of issues: Definition of 'physical activity' and 'active lifestyle', Factors that influence patterns of participation, What initially motivates people to take up more exercise, Continued involvement in physical activity. This much-needed program will help to address the worrying increase in physical inactivity.

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    Item no.: AC08690357
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 25 minutes
    Copyright: 2003
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    PUSHING THE LIMITS: IN ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

    In 1903, W.G.George ran one mile in a world record time of 4 minutes, 12 seconds. His coach said "the probability is that this record will never be broken." In 1954, both Roger Bannister and John Landy broke the "four minute mile" and to this day, these records continue to be broken. This program follows the performance of today's record-breakers in distance running in order to understand the fundamental question: is there a limit to human athletic performance? Interviews with Dick Telford, Craig Mottram, Kerryn McCann and Nick Harrison cover the following topics: Training and diet; Coaching; Psychology; Money; Drugs; Male / female differences; Health risks. This program is a must for senior P.E. students.

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    Item no.: YN08690403
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 31 minutes
    Copyright: 2002
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    SPORT AND COACHING

    The program investigates: the role and specific responsibilities of the coach in both training and competition; the training program - how it is planned, what factors are taken into account, health and safety considerations, instruction, practise, warm up/down, evaluation, issues of overtraining, etc.; the process of choosing a team, analysis of training and performance; aspects of what make a respected/successful coach from both the coach's and the player's perspective; the performance - how it is planned, factors taken into account before, during and after the event; evaluation and follow-up; strategies used by the coach in both physically and mentally preparing the individual or team for the event; role of technology and how it has influenced the coach's role in improving the performance of athletes

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    Item no.: PS08690465
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 28 minutes
    Copyright: 1999
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    BEST OF COOPERATIVE GAMES, THE

    Dale N. Le Fevre presents an excellent addition to the New Games materials ĘC a DVD that's fun and highly useful. Includes descriptions with a skill guide for each game. Any group leader or teacher can use these games with his/her group and get a positive response.

    Teachers and other group leaders will be glad to know that Cooperative Games are more than just fun, (though they are certainly that!), for they teach or reinforce basic skills in math, English, environmental awareness, teamwork, creative thinking and expression, concentration, listening, and memory.

    Cooperative Games also include important developmental skills that every child needs to promote learning and social skills. The video introduces teachers and students to games that cultivate physical experiences ĘC like throwing, catching, running ĘC and social experiences, such as cooperation, and inclusion. Best of all, these are enjoyable games that actively involve everyone. Watch the smiles on the faces of your players when they play Cooperative Games.

    Various ages of elementary school children will be shown doing the games with a few from high school aged kids. These games are especially appropriate for coed programs. Most games presented here work with adults, too.


    Item no.: AN09670510
    Format: DVD
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    BEST OF NEW GAMES, THE

    The Best of New Games DVD is the most complete presentation of New Games that exists, with almost 2 hours of video. Dale N. Le Fevre, one of the founders of New Games, explains, demonstrates, and plays the games with groups.

    The games are for fun first, but an intrinsic part of the games are learning (listening, following directions, concentration, and memory), social (teamwork, cooperation, inclusion, trust), and motor skills (running, throwing/catching). Without saying so, New Games teach or reinforce these plus basic skills in math, English, languages, creative thinking and expression. But to players, what matters is that New Games are fun!

    They are perfect for combating obesity and are appropriate for mixed gender programmes because participants truly want to take part and enjoy the benefits. 16 of the New Games were recently taped in Sheffield (UK) schools and 47 games are in an archived section, which feature people of mixed ages playing the games.

    There are also printable pdf files with extensive sections on:
  • how to lead games
  • a summary of skills involved in each game, including how many players and what space is needed
  • brief descriptions of each game.

    Item no.: CB09670511
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 110 minutes
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    WINNING SPORTS NUTRITION: THE COMPETITION DIET

    Teach students how to eat like winners before, during and after competition. Leading sports nutritionists give practical tips on what to eat and drink for peak performance. Training tips include how meal schedules affect athletic performance, how to replace fluids... and what kinds of food to avoid before competing.

    Item no.: VN04980416
    Format: DVD
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    Duration: 24 minutes
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