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Free Tennis Curriculum for School Organization Members

October 4, 2011 11:51 AM
With the proper tools, you can turn your school into a tennis hotspot for kids!
What to do to get your Free Guide and Station Signs:

1) Join USTA as a School Organization Member

What you will receive?

1) A copy our Physical Education Guide for Teaching Tennis in Schools
2) A set of laminated Station signs
3) Link to Discounted Pricing on School Tennis Equipment

Join today!

The curriculum comes in a kit that contains: the curriculum; an instructional DVD; a CD Rom that contains printable Tennis and Fitness Activity Signs*, Dr. Pangrazi’s Concise Handbook for Teachers and the USTA School Tennis resource page; a Quick Reference Tennis Pocket Guide for the teacher’s use containing all eight lessons; and a USTA School Tennis Brochure. 
*We’re including a laminated set of these signs! 

The USTA School Tennis Curriculum is a tennis specific program that was developed by USTA’s experts in collaboration with Dr. Robert Pangrazi, Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University and a leading expert on age appropriate activity for children. It contains 8 clearly defined lesson plans and suggestions for ways to adapt the curriculum to your specific situation both indoors and outdoors, safety rules and tips, class management strategies, sportsmanship tips and fitness activities for all youngsters.  Each lesson plan contains expected outcomes, NASPE Physical Education Standards, a listing of the equipment required, instructional activities, and teaching hints.

Julie Calvert, PE Teacher at Frankfort Middle School, Frankfort, Indiana expressed her appreciation of the USTA School Tennis Curriculum:

"I thought you'd like to know that I am using the USTA packet that I received last fall.  I have to admit.....it is the best unit curriculum I've ever seen!  Usually the lessons are pretty weak, but I haven't had to rewrite any of them! 

"Its’ a busy 45 minutes by the time I jog them over to courts and get back....but that is a great workout for them. The kids are having fun....and so am I!"


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