Around the Horn Baseball Talk: Featuring the Kansas City Royals
In this one time class, we will chat about Kansas City Royals Baseball focusing on the current roster, off season acquisitions and hot organizational prospects!
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My goal for this class is to create a social learning environment where students can discuss topics related to the Kansas City Royals baseball team. This course is not restricted to just fans of the team, but is available for everyone who wants learn more about the team and its players. This is a discussion-based class that helps students build speaking and listening skills. Students will be taught history about the team featured, the major league depth chart, recent transactions and...
Public speaking, active listening, supporting ideas and opinions.
With over 25 years of coaching experience at the amateur, collegiate and international levels, I appreciate that statistics are an important part of the sport. For the past twelve years, I have operated Last Raps Baseball, a North Vancouver, BC, based business that provides baseball instruction to those who are aged 8 to 18 years old. Though I hold formal education with an Honours degree in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English, and a Bachelor of Education degree, I have not formally taught in the classroom. Baseball has been my life long passion, and I have chosen to do my teaching between the chalk. At the conclusion of our camps and clinics, we give baseball cards to the children who attend our instructional sessions. I believe that the way children become engaged in the sport is to play, watch and listen. Providing baseball cards to the children help them learn about the sport on many different levels.
There is no homework for this class.
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There is no formal assessment, however learners will be asked to verbally recall information presented from the class to keep them engaged in the lesson.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If a student has any relevant information related to the team we are discussing, that would be great. For example baseball magazines, baseball cards, programs etc. However this is not a requirement of the class.
Fred BeitlerWhere Baseball and Business Collide!
19 total reviews
31 completed classes
Hello everyone! Thank you for taking the time to visit my About Me page! Allow me to introduce myself, as I am the owner and managing director of Last Raps Baseball which is located in beautiful North Vancouver, BC, Canada. The business is about...