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Expanding TGfU to include sport education in physical education program

by students in both the Physical Education and sporting environments. This paper has illustrated how both approaches can be integrated to increase understanding of the learner in the game environment through the effective use of questioning. It illustrated how questions can be directed to the coach or game analyser in the areas of strategy/tactics, technique, cognition and rules. A practical example was given from the striking/fielding category of games but the same approach can be utilised within invasion, target and net/court games.

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