This article reports a workshop presentation suggesting a conceptual framework of teaching soccer by adopting the TGfU approach for secondary school students in Hong Kong. It was intended to help teachers to tackle three basic questions of instruction namely, "Why to teach?", "What to teach?" and "How to teach?". Firstly, the emphasis of teaching soccer should focus on adopting experiental learning concept for cultivating the learning-to-learn skills highlighted in the current education reform. Secondly, the attacking and defending principles of soccer were assumed to develop themes as teaching content, which were the basics for all tactical concepts of soccer performance. Thirdly, teachers could make use of the teaching progression of a variety of games forms and cognitive deliberation techniques for sequencing learning experiences for students. The framework of using experiential learning as theoretical basis, developing learning-to-learn skills as possible objectives, selecting themes from attacking and defending principles as teaching content and sequencing teaching activities from the games forms and cognitive deliberation techniques served as practical guides for teachers to teach soccer by using the TGfU approach in the context of Hong Kong. Copyright © 2006 The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
|Title of host publication
|Teaching games for understanding in the Asia-Pacific region 2006
|Raymond LIU, Chung LI, Alberto CRUZ
|Place of Publication
|The Hong Kong Institute of Education
|Published - 2006
CitationKam, K. W. K., Li, C., & Cruz, A. (2006). The framework of teaching soccer for secondary school students in Hong Kong: The TGfU Approach. In R. Liu, C. Li, & A. Cruz (Eds.), Teaching games for understanding in the Asia-Pacific region 2006 (pp. 63-70). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
- TGfU approach
- Games teaching