Recess ppt for W 11 (1)

Recess ppt for W 11 (1) - Andsoweask. Canwegoouttorecessnow?

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And so we ask . . .      Can we go out to recess now?
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Physical Education Versus Recess n Physical education is  instructional  time where  students  n learn about movement (cognitive goals) n practice their physical skills (psychomotor and  fitness goals) n learn to value the benefits of being active  (attitudinal goals), and  n work with all their classmates (social goals). n Recess is “ free play ” time where students  may chose who to play with and what 
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2  Arguments  Against  Providing  Recess n Recess takes time away from academic  work n Recess encourages aggression and  antisocial behavior
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2  Arguments  in Favor  of Providing  Recess n Recess provides a mental break  n fosters attention upon returning to the  classroom. n Recess allows “distributed practice” of  academic skills. n Recess contributes to the development  of movement skills and fitness – 
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n Recess boosts academic achievement  through peer interaction. n
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course KINS 389 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '10 term at Longwood.

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Recess ppt for W 11 (1) - Andsoweask. Canwegoouttorecessnow?

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