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  1. page PE Tutorial Blog edited ... Invasion games are game where you have two teams aiming to have the most points by the end of …
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    Invasion games are game where you have two teams aiming to have the most points by the end of the game. Each team invades their opponent's space, attempting to get the ball off of them. Invasion games include skills such as perception, decision making and action.
    TGfU illustrates a student centred approach. Where students actively participate in modified games, where their skills are being practiced, rather than the students lining up for a while, waiting for their turn to practice the skill or drill. This environment opens up a space for the students to actively engage and question, rather than having direct instructions. {football.jpg}
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    actively engaged.
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  1. page PE Tutorial Blog edited Blog about Invasion Games and the importance of TGfU!!! {Pic_for_invasion_games_page.jpg} The t…
    Blog about Invasion Games and the importance of TGfU!!!
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    The tutorials that focussed on explanation of invasionInvasion games and Teaching games for understanding (TGfU), highlightedare game where you have two teams aiming to have the most points by the intellectual dimensionend of games.the game. Each team invades their opponent's space, attempting to get the ball off of them. Invasion games
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    making and action. These three skills can not only be practiced in a game, but also in reality. As the students grow up they need to perceive certain situations, where they need to make a decision and then take action.
    TGfU illustrates a student centred approach. Where students actively participate in modified games, where their skills are being practiced, rather than the students lining up for a while, waiting for their turn to practice the skill or drill. This environment opens up a space for the students to actively engage and question, rather than having direct instructions. {football.jpg}
    Invasion games and TGfU not only encourage physical activity, but also intellectual and social learning. As a teacher, in order to have full involvement from all students, I will conduct my games with the game sense environment. Aiming to have all students positively and actively engaged.
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    Blog about Invasion Games and the importance of TGfU!!!
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    The tutorials that focussed on explanation of invasion games and Teaching games for understanding (TGfU), highlighted the intellectual dimension of games. Invasion games include skills such as perception, decision making and action. These three skills can not only be practiced in a game, but also in reality. As the students grow up they need to perceive certain situations, where they need to make a decision and then take action.
    TGfU illustrates a student centred approach. Where students actively participate in modified games, where their skills are being practiced, rather than the students lining up for a while, waiting for their turn to practice the skill or drill. This environment opens up a space for the students to actively engage and question, rather than having direct instructions. {football.jpg}
    Invasion games and TGfU not only encourage physical activity, but also intellectual and social learning. As a teacher, in order to have full involvement from all students, I will conduct my games with the game sense environment. Aiming to have all students positively and actively engaged.
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