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One way to help students learn game tactics and give verbal expression to what they are learning is to ask effective questions. Each game in this book includes a couple of important questions to get you started.
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John Byl, PhD, is a professor of physical education at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, where he teaches wellness courses. Byl is president of CIRA Ontario, which promotes fun active participation for all through intramurals and recreation programs. Byl is a member of the Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) and is the host of their listserv.
Byl has been a professor since 1986 and has edited, authored, or coauthored over 20 books, including Physical Education, Sports, and Wellness: Looking to God as We Look at Ourselves. He is a recipient of the CSKLS Presidential Award, which recognizes those who have displayed actions compatible with the mission of the CSKLS. In 2013, Byl was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his significant contribution to making physical activity a priority in his community and in the country.
Bettie VanGils Kloet is certified as a fitness professional and has been working in the fitness industry since 1996. She helps many clients reach their fitness goals through her business Fit4Life With Bettie. Her teaching focuses on fun, form, and fitness goals. She holds a bachelor's degree in French from University of Windsor-Ontario (UWO) as well as a teaching degree from Redeemer University College. Bettie homeschooled her children for 10 years and now encourages other families as a homeschool conference speaker. She lives in Hamilton with her husband and three children and enjoys reading, cross-country skiing, cycling, canoeing, and spending time with family and friends. She volunteers as a Sunday school teacher and a youth ministry leader in her church, and she is a proud member of the Velodonnas, a women’s recreational cycling group.