PEHistorical Foundations

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/25/11 Historical Foundations Dominique
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5/25/11 Ancient Greece One of the profound Prehistoric times – 338 B.C. The Greek ideal stressed the unity of the mind, body, and spirit. Gymnasiums served as a center for intellectual and physical development
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5/25/11 In honor of  the gods,  Greeks held  festivals,  where  sporting  events gave  Greek men  the  opportunity Beginning around  776 B.C., the  Olympic Games  were held every  four years. The most  renowned of these  festivals was the  Olympic Games,  held in honor of  Zeus, the chief  god. 
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5/25/11 THE OLYMPIC
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5/25/11 ANCIENT ROME During 500 B.C. -27 B.C. Physical activity was regarded with importance, although its role was different that that of Greece Being fit & having athletic prowess was important to Rome’s Military success Males received training in many physical activities such as archery, wrestling, riding and fencing .
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5/25/11 Romans preferred professional sports such as gladiatorial contests. Men fighting wild animals & men
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5/25/11 Early Modern European Programs
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5/25/11 1723- 1790 Johann Bernhard Basedow Naturalism guided his development of physical education curriculum; program designed to meet individuals needs; activates included dancing, fencing, riding, running, jumping, wrestling swimming, J ohann Christoph Friedrich Guts Muths 1759-1839 Germany Naturalism influenced design of program; extensive program of outdoor gymnastics, using exercises & apparatus; wrote Gymnastic for the Young
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5/25/11 Friedrich Ludwig Jahn 1778-1853 Germany Nationalism motivated establishment of Turnverein associations; program of gymnastics designed to build strong and fit youth and men with Adolph Spiess 1810-1858 Promoted gymnastics as part of the school’s curriculum, as important as other school subjects for both girls & boys; required trained teachers; program emphasized discipline & included variety of activates-Marching,
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course CHEM 1046 taught by Professor Musa during the Spring '11 term at Florida A&M.

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