Philosophy of PE - Laurel Bale PE 285 Philosophy of Physical Education Physical Education should be valued by everyone It’s most important to

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Unformatted text preview: Laurel Bale PE 285 Philosophy of Physical Education Physical Education should be valued by everyone. It’s most important to involve young students in physical education because it allows them to learn about the importance of physical activity, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and how vital fitness can be to their overall heath. I feel that physical education should be apart of each individuals life at one point or another because it serves as a foundation for building a healthy life style. Physical education classes allow kids to explore their bodies and find new talents through sports and general exercises. Physical education courses can be unique because they teach wide range activities such as soccer, rock climbing, kickball, yoga, and stretching. Part of physical education is to teach specific skills such as how to properly throw a football or how to catch a baseball, but another component of physical education is to just keep kids active. Yes, physical education should involve learning specific skills involving sports, but kids active....
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course PE 285 taught by Professor Crain during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Philosophy of PE - Laurel Bale PE 285 Philosophy of Physical Education Physical Education should be valued by everyone It’s most important to

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