Teaching Swimming and Water Safety

Teaching Swimming and Water Safety

The Australian Way

Book - 2000
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Discover a new and better way to teach aquatics! Australia has long been recognized as one of the world leaders in swimming and aquatics education. Through a new series of books by AUSTSWIM, instructors around the world can now incorporate new and better ways to teach aquatics.

In Teaching Swimming and Water Safety , aquatic education experts at AUSTSWIM provide a proven, effective program for teaching swimming and water safety to children. You will learn how to

- implement important safety procedures;
- use a variety of water familiarization techniques;
- develop floating, propulsion, and deep water skills;
- introduce diving; and
- teach and refine the six common strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, sidestroke, and survival backstroke.

Highly illustrated and easy to follow, Teaching Swimming and Water Safety gives you valuable information on how to safely and effectively teach young swimmers important beginning swimming and water safety skills.

Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, 2000.
ISBN: 9780736032513
Branch Call Number: 797.2 TEA
Characteristics: p. cm.


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