Guidelines for Teaching Sportsmanship

Excerpt from Coaching for Character
Craig Clifford Randoph M. Feezell
1997 ISBN 978-088011-512-4
 
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Be a good role model. As a coach, you must constantly keep in mind that your
actions do, in fact, speak louder than words. No matter what you say, what you do
will have an effect on your players. You must do everything you can to show your
players what it means to be a good sport by treating opposing players and coaches,
officials, team members, and the sport in which you participate with respect. An
obvious corollary: Admit to your players when you fall short of your own
sportsmanship ideals.  For complete article, click below...
 
Guidelines for Teaching Sportsmanship

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