History of Sport

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  • History
    • Popular Rec
      • P.L.U.C.I.C.R.O.W
      • Agrarian Calander
      • Mob Games
      • Wakes and Fairs
    • Rational Rec
      • Opposite of P.L.U.C.I.C.R.O.W
      • Industrial Revolution
      • A.S.H.I.R.T ~1800-1850
      • Prize fighting e.g. JACK BROUGHTON
      • Amateur &Pro
        • Class Defined
        • Player were employed by gentry e.g. groundskeepers
        • Football Pro in 1885
      • Women
        • Lawn Tennis
          • Not too vigorous
          • Private gardens only
          • Still restrictive clothing
          • Play with family
          • Untitled
    • 19th Century Public Schools
      • B.E.N.S. P.E.T. B.G
        • Stage 1~ Bullying and Brutality
          • Very Wealthy Families
          • Recreations followed local traditions
          • Boys had a lot of free time
          • Boy Culture
      • Stage 1~ Bullying and Brutality
        • Very Wealthy Families
        • Recreations followed local traditions
        • Boys had a lot of free time
        • Boy Culture
      • Stage 2~ Thomas Arnold and Social Control
        • Teachers take a more pastoral role
        • Muscular Christianity - Godliness and Manliness
        • 6th form given more responsibility
      • Stage 3~ Athleticism
        • Physical Endevour with moral Integrity
        • Cricket became Codified
        • Emerging Middle Classes attended
        • Former public return from Oxbridge melting pots =codfication
          • Teachers
          • Clergy
          • Army
    • PE in State Schools
      • 1902
        • Objectives
          • Increase fitness for war
          • Familiarity with weapons
          • Withstand hardship of Battle
          • Discipline
        • Content
          • Marching
          • Static Excerises
          • Postural Exercises
          • Exercises with staves
        • Method
          • Direct Commands
          • Uniform Class Activity
          • Response by Numbers
          • Colimns and Lines
      • 1993
        • Objective
          • Fitness
          • Good Posture
          • Development of mind and body
        • Content
          • Athletics, Gymnastics, Games
          • Group Work
            • Method
              • Decentralised
              • Special Clothing/Kit
              • New facilities (war)
        • Method
          • Decentralised
          • Special Clothing/Kit
          • New facilities (war)
      • Moving and Growing & Planning the Programme
        • Content
          • Movement to music
          • Sequence Work
          • Apparatus Work
        • Objective
          • Physical, socail & cognitive development
          • Variety
          • Enjoyment
        • Method
          • Child Centred
          • Progressive
          • Specialised Teachers
          • Problem Solving
          • Decentralised
      • National Curiculum
        • Negatives
          • Large amounts of paperwork
          • reduce teacher creativity
          • Pressure to provide facilities
          • Still can be unbalanced
            • No Dance
  • P.L.U.C.I.C.R.O.W
  • Positives
    • National Curiculum
      • Negatives
        • Large amounts of paperwork
        • reduce teacher creativity
        • Pressure to provide facilities
        • Still can be unbalanced
          • No Dance
    • High Standards
    • Broad & Balanced
  • Consistant Nationally
    • Positives
      • High Standards
      • Broad & Balanced

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