Discover the complete guidebook 'How To Teach Front Crawl' that helps to make a swimming teacher's job easier.
I've done my best to make teaching the fastest and most popular swimming stroke as clear and simple as possible.
There are some essential tools needed when teaching front crawl. These include:
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Everything you need in one simple book. Detailed, comprehensive and very clear. It's a swimming teacher's dream tool kit for teaching the most popular swimming stroke among beginners and swimmers.
I'm not trying to reinvent the wheel here. I intend to pass on some simple tools to anyone wanting to teach front crawl. In particular, this book will be most valuable to new, up and coming swimming teachers because the lesson plans take the hard work out of thinking about what to include in your lessons. Each plan contains a list of exercises and the assessment tools make assessing your swimmers a quick and easy job, leaving you to focus on the individuals in your classes and fine-tune your practice as a successful swimming teacher.
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Above is an example lesson plan for a lesson lasting 29 minutes. It lists relevant exercises, possible teaching points and an approximate duration for each part. All of the lesson plans in this book take the thinking out of lesson planning, allowing more time to focus on other tasks.
And here, the assessment guidelines for the above lesson plan, laid out in a simple and easy to use format. Each plan has its own assessment grid, laid out in a similar format. This makes assessing the swimmers in your lessons a quick and simple task.
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