Lecture 10-Positive Feelings and Equity

Lecture 10-Positive Feelings and Equity - BUILDING POSITIVE...

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BUILDING POSITIVE BUILDING POSITIVE FEELINGS AND FEELINGS AND EQUITY EQUITY KIN 2577 KIN 2577
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Healthy Quiz of the Day 1. How do you define working out? 2. How do you define good nutrition? 3. Which of these is a healthy activity?
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Psychosocial factors in physical education Children are naturally active and want to learn motor  skills, however… Motivation defined: Energizing and directing behavior to achieve a certain  outcome
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Student motivation What motivates a child is different  from what  motivates another. Children’s motivation to participate in PE actually  declines over the school years. Several factors contribute to this decline:
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Student motivation Teachers need to understand the psychosocial aspects  of PE for children: The goal of childhood is independence. Motivation is the reason behind making choices.
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Discussions (5 min.) Describe your personal motivation in physical  activity? Identify the activity you engage frequently. What are 
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