The Try-Out of a Team Sport Performance Assessment Procedure in Elementary and Junior High School Physical Education Classes

Richard, Jean-François; Godbout, Paul; Tousignant, Marielle; Gréhaigne, Jean-Francis
April 1999
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1999, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p336
Academic Journal
Focuses on the try-out of a team sport performance assessment procedure in elementary and junior high school physical education classes. Importance of the findings for the establishment of performance norms; Discovery of the significance of instruction time; Description of the results of the try-out.


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