Game-Breakers: The People Who Made the NFL Famous
In this one-time course, students will review the lives and accomplishments of multiple players and coaches who helped shape the National Football League into one of the most famous professional sports organizations in the world.
Stephen Chandler Spratt
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In this course, students will conduct a comprehensive review of numerous coaches and players that helped shape the NFL. We will review their upbringing, decisions, and athletic expertise that allowed them to change the game of football as we know it. The first 30 minutes of this course will be structured as an overview of various figures in NFL history, with the last 30 minutes being a small research project where learners can give a brief presentation on their favorite player or coach and...
Students will be able to demonstrate how numerous professionals where able to navigate the obstacles of their lives and use their skills to reach their ultimate dreams, giving them an understanding not only on famous NFL figures, but how each of them was able to achieve success and apply those tools in their own lives.
Like many people across the world, I am an ardent football fan and have been as long as I can remember. In addition to playing over a decade, refereeing in leagues, and coaching numerous teams, I am also a student of history and am enamored with the story of the sport. I have a passion for teaching and a passion for football, which combines to make this a unique class for avid fans, those interested in playing the game, and those just wanting to learn about a new sport! I love learning about how an individual was able to achieve their dreams, and hope to use these lessons to enable your student to do the same!
No homework will be assigned.
Following completion, students will be provided with the course slideshow. Additionally, students are encouraged to take notes either electronically or in a notebook (approximately $2)
Learners will be assessed during the last half of class, where they will be able to complete a small presentation on a person of their choosing to demonstrate mastery of this course's goals.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stephen Chandler SprattUSMA '17, TeacherReady UWF '20
114 total reviews
74 completed classes
Hello and welcome! I am specialized in social science and humanities courses, in addition to international relations, leadership and development, and Arabic. I graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2017 and served as...