Why PE ppt for W 11 (3)

Why PE ppt for W 11 (3) - Education of and through the...

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What and Why…PE Education of and through the Physical Why PE? But first, a practice slide!
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Look and Read, but don’t Write! v Text v Picture v Learning     remember these . . . v Now recall those words v The idea is to L___ and T___,  THEN   write down your own words!
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Try some more . . . Great quotes v “No other job in American society today  is as important as . . .” v “It’s fun to have fun, but . . .”
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Why Physical Education? pens down if you please . . . v Health – Fitness issues Ø Personal health via active lifestyle Ø Societal health …$100 Billion v Cultural Behavioral issues Ø Humans are movers! Ø sport Play allows experience of others
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Two more things . . . v Domains of learning Ø Cognitive Ø Affective Ø Psychomotor v Participation benefits Health:  Physical, Mental, and Social
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So, when we discuss Physical and Movement Education, what we’re talking about is . . . v Education  OF   the Physical Ø Motor skills Ø Fitness v Education  THROUGH   the Physical Ø Movement as a “vehicle” for learning  cognitive and affective concepts
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