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Title: 應用MAPS教學策略於素養導向之 體育教學設計─以高職競爭型 籃球運動單元為例
Other Titles: The Application of “MAPS” Teaching Strategies for Physical Literacy Instructional Design - A Case Study of Competitive Basketball Sport Class in Vocational High School
Authors: 詹恩華
En-Hua Chan, Ai-Ling Chiu
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學師資培育與就業輔導處
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
Abstract: 臺灣教育部發布自108學年度開始實施十二年國民基本教育課程綱要,實施素養導向的課程與教學,以培養具備核心素養的終身學習者為課程目標。在體育課程推動「身體素養」概念的體育教學意指個體能具備動機、信心、身體能力、知識和理解,致力於將有目的之身體活動應用於生活並融入其生活型態。本文首先說明素養導向體育教學的學習重點;其次,分析王政忠老師自創的MAPS教學法的理念與心智繪圖、提問策略、口說發表和同儕鷹架等四個教學策略;最後,以高職競爭型陣地攻守籃球運動單元的教學設計為例,提供高職體育教師規劃和實施素養導向體育教學之參考。
Taiwan Ministry of Education will start to enact new curriculum guideline of 12-year compulsory education from 2019. In fact, the goal of new curriculum development is to cultivate “lifelong learners”, as well as initiate literacy-oriented curriculum and instructions. Therefore, the concept of physical literacy and physical education means individuals are physically literacy with motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding in a wide variety of physical activities in multiple environments that benefit the healthy life style of the whole person. This paper begins with a clarification of literacy-oriented physical education. Then it analyzes the concept of “MAPS” - 4 teaching strategies, including “mind- mapping”, “questioning strategies”, “oral presentation” and “Scaffolding instruction” invented by Mr. Wang, Zheng-Zhong. In the end, the article takes the competitive basketball class which uses skills of offense and defense in a vocational high school as an example, to explore the implement of “MAPS” teaching strategies. Therefore, it provides a reference for the planning and implementation of physical education for high vocational PE teachers.
Other Identifiers: B72026BC-65F9-6961-CA77-EA1F4007384A
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