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1

The First Tee program started with one question:

why don't more kids play golf?

2

The First Tee Program =

PYD in golf

3

TFTP est. in _____.

1997

4

TFTP started as a way to...

bring an affordable junior golf program to communities, especially in economically disadvantaged areas

5

TFTP partners with:

- LPGA
- Masters tournament
- PGA
- PGA Tour
- USGA

6

Blend _____ of the game with ______ skills.

- rules
- life and leadership skills

7

TFTP = more than just ____ lessons; _____ lessons.

- gold
- life

8

TFTP builds ______.

character

9

In 2004, TFTP expanded to...

- elementary schools
- The First Tee National School Program

10

9 core values of TFTP:

- honesty
- integrity
- sportsmanship
- respect
- confidence
- responsibility
- perseverance
- courtesy
- judgement

11

Why golf?

- values honesty and responsibility, accountability (calling penalties on themselves, reporting own score)
- highs and lows of the game

12

Honesty in TFTP:

- being truthful
- follow the rules and etiquette in the game of golf

13

Integrity in TFTP:

adhere to a set of standards upon which their behaviour will me judged

14

Sportsmanship in TFTP:

- observing the rules of play
- winning or losing with grace
- respect towards others in the game

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TFTP views ____ as the context and ____ as the external assets for teaching youth ____ assets (___ ____) so that positive psychological and behavioural outcomes are realized.

- golf
- coaches
- internal
- life skills

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In TFTP, golf and life skills are taught in a _____ _____.

integrated manner

17

In TFTP, systematic and progressive lessons address:

- interpersonal
- self-management
- goal setting
- personal skills

18

In TFTP, at the end of an activity, coaches ....

link the skill to other life domains

19

In TFTP, coaches are trained and certified to...

effectively deliver the life skills curriculum in a developmentally appropriate way

20

In TFTP, life skills taught vary by...

level in the progarm

21

Beginner level in TFTP:

- Par
- learn interpersonal and self-management skills

22

Intermediate level in TFTP:

- birdie
- learn goal setting and build upon previous skills

23

Advanced level in TFTP:

- eagle
- advanced interpersonal and personal skills

24

Purpose of Weiss' study:

- What impact does TFTP skills program have on PYD?
- What components of the program contribute to positive change in youth development?

25

Weiss' study focused on 3 life skills:

- meeting and greeting
- showing respect
- managing emotions

26

Meet and Greet results (how do you get to know people?):

- introduce myself
- ask questions
- talk with each other
- other

27

Meet and greet coach teaching strategies:

- role playing
- using humour
- using peer mentors
- coach modelling
- designing games
- setting goals

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Showing respect results (respect what?):

- respect others
- respect yourself
- respect your surroundings
- respect the game

29

Showing respect results (where else do they show respect?):

- at school
- at home
- in sport
- public places
- workplace
- adults
- at church

30

Showing respect coach teaching strategies:

- instructing
- coach modelling
- role playing
- peer modelling
- using coachable moments
- reinforcing rules and etiquette
- using humour

31

4 Rs of emotion management:

- replay
- relax
- ready
- redo

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Emotion management skills results (what have they learned?):

- 4 Rs
- be patient, positive, ask for help
- let anger out
- do not let anger out

33

STAR:

- stop
- think
- anticipate
- respond

34

Managing emotions coach teaching strategies:

- teaching curricular concepts
- using peer models
- create coachable moments
- emphasizing what is under their control
- providing social support

35

TFTP was effective because of _____ among context, program _____, _____ curriculum.

- synergy
- delivery
- intentional

36

TFTP was effective because of clear and consistent ____ ______ of core values and life skills by well trained coaches.

role modelling

37

Seamless integration of ____ skills and ____ skills within the same activity, with clear/direct links to applications beyond the context of golf.

- golf
- life

38

_____ ______ between the youth and coaches.

good relationships

39

Mastery-oriented learning climate focus on...

- self improvement
- high effort
- process (improvement)
- enjoyment
- learning/contribution

40

Motivational climate is primarily influenced by _____ and _____ through...

- coaches and parents
- the feedback and/or tasks they typically give children and youth

41

Weiss' study provides evidence that TFTP is having a _____ impact on promoting ____ ____ and ____ ____ among youth participants within the golf context and in the transfer to other domains.

- positive
- life skills
- core values

42

Type of life skills you would teach to children and youth of different ages?

- friendship
- responsibility
- confidence
- decision-making
- discipline
- leadership
- self-awareness
- communication
- commitment

43

_____ can be difficult with younger kids. So we need to ...

- communication
- make it simple (use simple terms)