Increasing student motivation through teacher communication: six essential skills every physical educator should master
The key elements to a clear presentation include maintaining topical continuity, introducing new material in a step-by-step manner, using examples, cueing students to focus on critical elements of a skill, demonstrating, checking for understanding, reviewing periodically, and signaling transitions to new ideas or topics (Chesebro, 2002; Rink, 1994; Rosenshine & Stevens, 1986). Developing rhetorical and relational communication skills will enable teachers to connect with students, help students identify a personal purpose for being in class, and allow students to realize their full potential as learners in physical education.
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