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Karine Thomas's insight:
TGFU: Teaching Games For Understanding. Giving a clear understanding of TGFU and how it can be implimented.
- Do you see how TGFU can be practically implemented in the classroom environment? Why? - When you will implement this in your classes do you think it is important to demonstrate the activity for students to understand? Use an example with a sport.
Video for students to understand how TGFU (Teaching Games for Understanding).
I have selected this video because a lot of students respond better to visual and audio information. I would display this video around the middle of the class time so students re-focus on the task which is learning about TGFU.
This could be explanded by asking students questions about other examples of games or even implemented by doing a practical to demonstate how it can be used.
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