Synopses & Reviews
This guide to soccer uses the Personalized Sport Instruction model of teaching (PSI), which is widely respected as an effective, interactive, student-centered teaching model. This workbook, as part of a six-book series, features a common organization and framework for planning, managing, implementing, and evaluating the fundamentals of learning badminton. Each module includes specific directions for setting up learning tasks and criteria for demonstrating mastery. For anyone interested in the sport of soccer.
Table of Contents
1. Warm Up and Stretching for Soccer.
Possession of the Ball: Basic Dribbling.
Space Awareness While Dribbling.
5. Kicking and Receiving.
Challenge Games for Dribbling, Kicking, and Receiving.
6. The Instep Drive.
7. Receiving the Ball with the Upper Body.
The Thigh Trap.
The Chest Trap.
Challenge Game for Receiving, Dribbling, and Shooting.
9. The Throw-In.
Throw-In from Standing Position.
Throw-In after an Approach Run.
Challenge Games for Throw-Ins, Heading, and Shooting.
Balls That Can't Be Caught.
Offensive (Attacking) Skills.
11. Modified Soccer Games.
12. Modified Rules for PSIS Soccer.
Field and Equipment.
Players and Substitutes.
The Ball In and Out of Play, and Scoring.
Violations and Misconduct.
Modified Rules for Small-Sided Games.
Soccer Knowledge Quiz.
Personal Progress Chart for Soccer.