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Physical education for teaching / [by] Barbara Churcher, based on the original work of M. B. Davies
Bib ID 227608
Format BookBook
Author
Churcher, Barbara
 
Edition 11th ed. 
Description London : George Allen, [1971] 
168 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0043710131
Series

Unwin education books ; 3

Notes

"First published in 1927 under the title Physical training, games and athletics in schools".

Bibliography: p. 162-164.

Subjects Physical education teachers -- Training of.
Other authors/contributors Davies, Mabel Bellamy. Physical training, games and athletics in schools

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