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  1. Malcolm Malcolm says:

    This should be compulsory reading for every student training to be a PE teacher and every PE teacher currently working in a school In one of the best pieces of anti sport writing I have read in years, Myerson takes us back to the horror, to the misery, to the daily trepidation that is PE for so many people Myerson s grasp of evocative language makes the experience of packing, carrying and donning the PE kit come to life, evenso because many of her family members simply do not understand This should be compulsory reading for every student training to be a PE teacher and every PE teacher currently working in a school In one of the best pieces of anti sport writing I have read in years, Myerson takes us back to the horror, to the misery, to the daily trepidation that is PE for so many people Myerson s grasp of evocative language makes the experience of packing, carrying and donning the PE kit come to life, evenso because many of her family members simply do not understand her intense dislike of PE.This is so muchthan a simply memoir, it is a superb exposition of a failure to understand by those whose job it is to teach I teach in a sport studies science programme and never fail to be amazed at the failure of some of my colleagues and students to understand that a dislike of sport and PE might be rational, rather than a problem to be overcome Myerson s memoir is something that can help them beyond their blindness Would thatPE teachers understood


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Not a Games Person ➶ [Reading] ➸ Not a Games Person By Julie Myerson ➫ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Phys Ed one of life s great levellers, a uniquely ruthless aspect of school experience that shapes us all in unexpected ways Julie Myerson takes a light hearted but occasionally devastating look at th Phys Ed one of life s great levellers, a uniquely ruthless aspect of school experience that shapes us all in unexpected ways Julie Myerson takes a light hearted but occasionally devastating look at the agony, and sometimes the ecstasy, of school sports and Phys Ed.