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How To Be A Better Soccer Player By Reading

Author : Daniel Juan Sánchez
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Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"To have an idea is relatively easy or difficult. Nevertheless, what Dani achieves with this book is to make this idea into something feasible, comprehensible and thus, teachable. And it seems to me a one of those dribbles made by Iniesta without touching the ball. Beautiful because is effective, simple and lack of ornaments but at once, so powerful as to break any waist." From Preface of Adolfo Cartujo González (Soccer Coach)
Category: Sports & Recreation

The World S Greatest Soccer Players

Author : Matt Doeden
ISBN : 1429651059
Genre :
File Size : 39.80 MB
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Kaká may be the greatest soccer player in the world. His skills are unmatched on the field. Fernando Torres can score goals almost at will. And players rarely get a ball past Gigi Buffon. Whether you like offense, defense, or goal-tending, the game's greatest stars can show you how it's done.
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Growing Readers

Author : Kathy Collins
ISBN : 9781571103734
Genre : Education
File Size : 33.17 MB
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Primary-grade teachers face an important challenge: teaching children how to read while enabling them to build good habits so they fall in love with reading. Many teachers find the independent reading workshop to be the component of reading instruction that meets this challenge because it makes it possible to teach the reading skills and strategies children need and guides them toward independence, intention, and joy as readers. In Growing Readers, Kathy Collins helps teachers plan for independent reading workshops in their own classrooms. She describes the structure of the independent reading workshop and other components of a balanced literacy program that work together to ensure young students grow into strong, well-rounded readers. Kathy outlines a sequence of possible units of study for a yearlong curriculum. Chapters are devoted to the individual units of study and include a sample curriculum as well as examples of mini-lessons and reading conferences. There are also four “Getting Ready” sections that suggest some behind-the-scenes work teachers can do to prepare for the units. Topics explored in these units include: print and comprehension strategies; reading in genres such as poetry and nonfiction; connecting in-school reading and out-of-school reading; developing the strategies and habits of lifelong readers. A series of planning sheets and management tips are presented throughout to help ensure smooth implementation. We want our students to learn to read, and we want them to love to read. To do this we need to lay a foundation on which children build rich and purposeful reading lives that extend beyond the school day. The ideas found in Growing Readers create the kind of primary classrooms where that happens.
Category: Education

Swyk On Staar Reading Gr 5 Parent Teacher Edition

Author : Show What You Know Publishing
ISBN : 9780787707149
Genre :
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Correlates with the Student Workbook; Reviews the assessed Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Reading; Provides correct answers and analyses for the Assessments; Correlation charts and skills charts help educators track students’ strengths and weaknesses with STAAR. Includes Practice Tutorial CD for use on screen or IWB.
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You Can Be A Soccer Player Barbie

Author : Kristen L. Depken
ISBN : 9781524769116
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Barbie joins a soccer team and learns how to dribble, pass, and score, but most importantly learns how to be a good teammate.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Reading Grade 4

Author : Spectrum
ISBN : 9781620577363
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 86.73 MB
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Spectrum Reading brings curriculum content reading passages to life! The lessons, perfect for students in grade 4, strengthen reading skills by focusing on cause and effect, character analysis, context practice, research skills, and more! Each book provides activities that reinforce phonemic awareness, phonics, word recognition, decoding, and reading comprehension. It features easy-to-understand directions, is aligned to national and state standards, and also includes a complete answer key. Today, more than ever, students need to be equipped with the essential skills they need for school achievement and for success on proficiency tests. The Spectrum series has been designed to prepare students with these skills and to enhance student achievement. Developed by experts in the field of education, each title in the Spectrum workbook series offers grade-appropriate instruction and reinforcement in an effective sequence for learning success. Perfect for use at home or in school, and a favorite of parents, homeschoolers, and teachers worldwide, Spectrum is the learning partner students need for complete achievement.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Comprehension During Guided Shared And Independent Reading Grades K 6

Author : Patricia M. Cunningham
ISBN : 9781609963637
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 20.59 MB
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Learn when and how to teach comprehension using Comprehension during Guided, Shared, and Independent Reading for grades K–6. This 224-page book includes step-by-step lessons and research-based strategies that can be adapted for any student or any classroom. This book gives a glimpse into classrooms using these strategies, as well as suggestions for materials needed, planning, and grouping students and a list of recommended children's books.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Training For Soccer Players

Author : Marc Briggs
ISBN : 9781847975652
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 72.27 MB
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Training for Soccer Players blends a sports science approach to training with practical advice for coaches, enabling them to deliver effective training for players of all abilities.The book covers: An overview of anatomy, the mechanics of the human body and movement, and how this directly relates to the physical demands of soccer; Specific training methodologies in relation to aerobic and anaerobic training; Principles of programme design, and guidelines on how to design a training programme for all abilities; Means of fitness testing, ensuring practitioners can monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of soccer training programmes; Nutrition and nutritional strategies for optimizing a player's training and performance. Essential reading for soccer coaches wishing to provide structured and progressive training for their players. Includes expert contributions from coaches and sports science professionals. Superbly illustrated with 120 colour illustrations. Marc Briggs is a Graduate Tutor at Northumbria University Dept of Sport Development, soccer coach and has played football at professional clubs.
Category: Sports & Recreation

How To Watch Soccer

Author : Ruud Gullit
ISBN : 9781524704575
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An opinionated masterclass in the art and science of “reading” a match from one of professional soccer’s most respected and beloved international figures Ruud Gullit knows better than anyone else that to understand soccer you have to understand strategy. When he started playing soccer, his only “strategy” was to get the ball, outrun everyone else to the other end of the field, and score. At first it served him well, but as he advanced through the sport, he learned that it takes much more than speed to make a winning team. He worked his way from the Dutch junior leagues all the way to the legendary AC Milan, eventually retiring from the field to be a trainer, then a manager, and finally a commentator. Each step came with its own lessons, and its own unique perspective on the game. Having looked at soccer through just about every lens possible, Gullit is now sharing his own perspective. Most spectators simply watch the ball, but in How to Watch Soccer, Gullit explains how to watch the whole game. He shows how every part of a match, from formations to corner kicks, all the way down to what the players do to influence the referees, is important. And he uses his own vast experience to illustrate each point, so his lessons are filled with anecdotes from his years on the field and insights from his observations as a manager and commentator. This exhaustive guide will change the way even the most die-hard fan watches the beautiful game. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Sports & Recreation

3 Vs 3 Soccer

Author : William J. Linkous III
ISBN : 9781477121207
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 42.28 MB
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Discover the secrets that take a skilled small-sided soccer team to the championship level. This book will give you the strategies and plays to take home a championship trophy in small-sided soccer. Learn the philosophy, positioning, and mindset necessary to win at all levels. You will want to keep this book in your soccer bag, and refer to it again and again. This book will allow you to discover: Why skills alone are not enough to guarantee success at three versus three soccer. The single most important aspect of a short sided soccer game. Trick plays and strategies that could win your team the championship game. The mindset necessary to win playoff games. Proper offensive and defensive positioning and execution. In bounds plays and strategies that protect the ball from the other team. The most important soccer skills necessary to play and win short sided soccer. William Linkous has been a soccer player for over thirty-five years, and has played at all levels of amateur soccer. Bills teams have won countless amateur soccer championships. He played high school soccer in the Atlanta area, and played college soccer for Roanoke College in Virginia. He played extensive three versus three soccer during the time period from 1997 to 2011 in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Colorado. His teams won numerous local, regional, and national events in those states. During the time period from 1999 to 2011, his teams won four national championships, took second place nationally twice, took third place nationally twice, and fifth place nationally once. This guide will put your team on the path to a championship in short sided soccer. Start your teams success today!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Football English

Author : Tom Challenger
ISBN : 9783950338201
Genre : English language
File Size : 89.35 MB
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Who is this book for? For learners of English who want to talk about football (soccer) in English. Written for football (soccer) players, football fans and football officials (referees, managers, coaches, administrators etc.) It is suitable for anyone who has at least an intermediate level of English (i.e. above B1 in reading) What topics does it cover? Football English contains exercises to help you improve your vocabulary in these areas: Kicking & Moving the Ball Positions Describing a Game Attacking Defending Tactics The Rules & The Referee The Score & Results Scoring Goals Shooting Skills & Abilities Management & Signings Chances Form Statistics Team Selection The World Cup The League Football Grounds & The Pitch Mistakes Training Calls Injuries Fans The Goal Fixtures Goalkeeping Heading Timing Who is the Author? Tom Challenger is a teacher of English as a Foreign Language. He has 10 years of experience helping people with the vocabulary and skills they need to do their particular jobs. Tom holds professional qualifications in teaching English and is a certified teacher trainer. He is also a football fan "
Category: English language

The Best Of Soccer Journal

Author : Jay Martin
ISBN : 9781782550495
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 24.65 MB
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The NSCAA continues their successful book series “The Best of Soccer Journal” with this new highly anticipated entry in the instructional soccer book field. The book explores the Craft and Art of Coaching. The best coaches in the US describe how they get it done on the field. In addition, this book explores the ‘Last Frontier’ – the mental side of the game. Successful players and coaches must train the mind as well as the body to succeed and master the game!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Soccer

Author : John Lockyer
ISBN : 187743518X
Genre : Readers
File Size : 31.38 MB
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Soccer is the most popular sport in the world. More than 100 million people in 150 countries play soccer. Every four years these countries play each other for the World Cup. Players need many skills to play soccer. What are the most important skills a soccer player needs?
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Strength Training For Soccer

Author : Bram Swinnen
ISBN : 9781317351627
Genre : Medical
File Size : 43.27 MB
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Strength and power are key elements of soccer performance. A stronger player can sprint faster, jump higher, change direction more quickly and kick the ball harder. Strength Training for Soccer introduces the science of strength training for soccer. Working from a sound evidence-base, it explains how to develop a training routine that integrates the different components of soccer performance, including strength, speed, coordination and flexibility, and outlines modern periodization strategies that keep players closer to their peak over an extended period. Dealing with themes of injury prevention, rehabilitation and interventions, as well as performance, the book offers a uniquely focused guide to the principles of strength and conditioning in a footballing context. Fully referenced, and full of practical drills, detailed exercise descriptions, training schedules and year plans, Strength Training for Soccer is essential reading for all strength and conditioning students and any coach or trainer working in football.
Category: Medical

Rhoades To Reading Level Iv

Author : Jacqueline Rhoades
ISBN : 1930006578
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Reading program designed forstudents grade 5-adult. Instruction Level: 6.6-8.9. Includes consumable activity sheets and stories contained in the Level IV Teaching Guide.
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Soccer For Dummies

Author : Thomas Dunmore
ISBN : 9781118510650
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 84.8 MB
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Learn to: Get a handle on soccer rules and regulations Grasp the basic moves and plays Improve dribbling, passing, and other skills Appreciate this popular pastime Learn the basics, improve your game knowledge, and reach your soccer playing goals Do you get a kick out of soccer? Whether you're a youth league player, a soccer parent, or a World Cup fan, here at last is the book you've been waiting for. Now updated with the latest history, stats, and rules of this popular sport, Soccer For Dummies is the ultimate guide to the greatest and most popular sport on the planet. Kick off — get a beginner's history of soccer, from its early days in China to the modern game that's showcased in stadiums and played on soccer fields all across the globe Get to the nitty-gritty — discover the rules of the game, what each player on the field is expected to do, the tactics they employ, and the skills they need to play The biggest sport in the world — explore everything about the professional game of soccer, from the biggest show on earth — the FIFA World Cup — to other international tournaments such as the European Championships, Copa America, and the CONCACAF Gold Cup For fans — find out what you can expect at a professional soccer game, as well as the lowdown on where you can find soccer on television, online, in newspapers, magazines, books, movies, and on DVDs Open the book and find: How soccer is played (and scored) Tips on coaching, how to keep fit, and how to play "the beautiful game" An in-depth look at women's soccer How club soccer is organized across the world Important international and club teams Fun soccer facts and interesting tidbits A look at the game's most fascinating players
Category: Sports & Recreation

Great Books About Things Kids Love

Author : Kathleen Odean
ISBN : 9780307485625
Genre : Reference
File Size : 34.42 MB
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BOOKS THAT TURN CHILDREN INTO LIFE-LONG READERS! Most children want to read a book because it's about something they love or are curious about--dinosaurs, magic tricks, ballerinas, sports, secret codes, and a host of other topics. Now with this unique book, Kathleen Odean, current chair of the Newberry Award committee and author of Great Books for Girls and Great Books for Boys, makes it easy for parents and teachers to satisfy a child's individual cravings for good reading on any subject. Inside you'll discover ¸ More than 750 books divided into 55 categories, from Airplanes to Zoos ¸ Professional appraisals that are balanced, intelligent, and fun to read ¸ Stimulating book-related activities and helpful tips for parents Whether the format is picture book, poetry, fiction, or nonfiction, here are wonderful selections like Why Does the Cat Do That? and Exploring the Titanic . . . tried and true characters, from the beloved aardvarks Arthur and D.W. to the hilarious Junie B. Jones and the courageous Harry Potter . . . new heroes and heroines to cheer for such as Katherine Paterson's Princess Miranda from The Wide-Awake Princess and the exciting Jack Black from Jack Black and the Ship of Thieves by Carol Hughes. Great Books About Things Kids Love creates a book-rich environment in which the habit of reading can take hold and flourish for a lifetime. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Reference

Hot Shot

Author : Raewyn Caisley
ISBN : 9780734413574
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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How did Harry Kewell do it? That’s what Sam wants to know. How did he handle being called a ‘hot shot’ by his team-mates? Sam bets Harry’s coach never benched him for winning the game single-handedly! And what about Harry’s dad? Did he think soccer was for sissies too? Things are getting too tough for Sam to handle, until he meets Manuel Luque, an ex-professional English soccer player. At last there’s someone on his side! But even though Manuel’s got the contacts, the news isn’t all good. Just what does it take for a young Aussie soccer star to realise his dream? From Raewyn Caisley, the acclaimed and established author of TOP MARKS, NOT CRICKET, IN UNION, TENNIS STAR, FREE STYLE and GREAT LEAD, comes another book in the popular Junior Sports Series.
Category: Juvenile Fiction