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Developing Game Sense in PE: Exploring Invasion Games

By Ray Breed,  Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology in Hawthorn, Australia

In the presentation below, Human Kinetics author Ray Breed explores the game sense model, key principles of pedagogy (specifically outcomes, questioning and task-constraint modifications), and how they apply to invasion game concepts. Specific invasion games and examples are provided to demonstrate effective teaching and learning of these games and some assessment ideas are investigated.

 

 

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Human Kinetics books can be found in our Health EducationPhysical Educationand Adapted Physical Education Collections, including Developing Game Sense in Physical Education and Sport by Ray Breed.

 

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