Basic Skills Opposing Team
1,547 wordsUnlike other sports, whose beginnings a bit uncertain, basketball has a birthday. This is because basketball was invented, It did not evolve from other sports. The man who thought up basketball was a Canadian, Dr. James Naismith. Basketballs birthday was in 1891, the place, was Springfield, Massachusetts. Naismith was thirty years old at this time and had been born in Almonte, Ontario and had attended McGill University in Montreal. After studying for the ministry for three years he decided that ...
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Physically Fit Physical Education
770 wordsA good quality Physical Education person should facilitate the process of people becoming physically active and live a longer and healthy life. Physical educators come in many different forms like, teachers, coaches, and even trainers for a gym. Physical education has had many different kinds of educators in its time, but the one that impressed me the most was Dr. Hetherington. Dr. Hetherington was the father of modern physical education. His philosophy was that exercise and recreation should be...
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Physical Education In High Schools
1,073 wordsMy philosophy of physical education in the secondary setting deals with students becoming physically fit. Also, students learn how to communicate with others, especially in a team setting. My philosophy also holds in it different teaching methods. Methods that physical education teachers can use to get the most out of their students. With this philosophy of physical education I plan to use it toward becoming a good teacher. The major reason for having physical education in secondary schools is t...
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Martial Arts Martial Artists
1,672 words... is a superb instructional tool for beginners because it teaches students the significance of position and places a value on each movement. It will also encourage safe daily practice that allows them to train more and get better quicker. This sport is a nice medium between going nuts and idealistic supportive training. Although participation in Asian martial arts has gained a measure of fame in North America (Cox, 1993), the meaning of these arts in North American contexts is unclear (Columbu...
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Value Of Money Positive Attitudes
1,787 wordsThis paper deals with the process of instilling new disciplines and concepts into a young child. It identifies the most optimum process to follow in making sure that the child assimilates the disciplines and concepts. The overall goal for this is to educate the child- to train his or her mind, and alter the character towards one more socially and intellectually adapt. However, the process outlined below is more of a generalization, since each childs learning process is unique. How the child will...
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Mental And Physical Physical Exercises
1,708 wordsHealth/Exercise/Nutrition Protection of own health is a direct duty of everyone and nobody has right to shift it on somebody else. In fact quite often it happens and so, that the person with the wrong way of life, bad habits, hypodynamia, and overeating leads up himself to a catastrophic condition by 20 - 30 years and only then recollects medicine. Despite the perfection of the medicine it cannot relieve everyone of all illnesses. Person is the creator of his health for which he must struggle. F...
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Childhood Obesity Physical Exercises
2,722 wordsTable of contents Abstract... 2 Introduction 3 Decline of physical education in public schools. 3 Childhood obesity: rise, causes, treatment... 4 Conclusion... 10 Abstract The rise of childhood obesity is a great concern among policy experts, health care professionals and naturally parents. Nowadays obesity has become a real epidemic. It was reported that the number of students who attend physical training every day had decreased to 29 percent in 1999 compared with 42 % in 1990. It is possible t...
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School Aged Children Physical Activity
1,596 wordsAny research question related to psychology or family issues. Will a regular exercise program improve the grades of a school aged children The Introduction and Research Question. The present study investigates relationships between regular physical activity of a school aged children and their grades in school. Physical activity is arguably one of important factors influencing growth of children and development of their skills. Thus, the value of regular exercise program can be used as a guide to...
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Attending Physician Suicidal Thoughts
1,325 wordsDr. Daniel Gray bill [ ] Chapter 7: Case Study for Depression Sally Jone was a 16 -year-old African-American female referred to the adolescent unit of an inpatient psychiatric hospital. She was referred by her mother, Mrs. Jone, who had discovered her bleeding from her wrists in her bedroom. The amount of blood was not substantial, but Mrs. Jone had brought Sally to an emergency room anyway for treatment. The attending physician had said that Sally was not seriously injured but recommended that ...
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Foreign Language Physical Education
587 wordsIn high school, most students went through four years where they got a general knowledge of most basic subjects. You were forced to take three to four years of math, science, English, and some form of history. In addition, most students were required to take two years of a foreign language and Physical Education. All these things are mandatory for most high school students to do, just to pass high school. Many students dont want to stop there. They want to go on to higher education. Most student...
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Physical Education Critical Thinking
4,075 wordsOutline Dance Education Dance Education Outline Why is dance a necessary and basic part of a students education? Is there evidence that dance education results in significant educational outcomes (e. g. , self-esteem, critical thinking, cross-cultural thinking, body / kinesthetic intelligence, interdisciplinary perspectives)? 1. Introduction 2. Thesis statement 3. History 4. Status 5. Physiology a. Intervention b. Statistics c. Positive aspects 6. Sociology a. Socialization b. Etiquette c. Conne...
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East And West Physical Education
688 wordsEastern Thought And Movement Forms: Possible Implications Eastern Thought And Movement Forms: Possible Implications For Western Sport And Physical Education. TITLE: Eastern Thought and Movement Forms: Possible Implications for Western Sport and Physical Education. AUTHOR: Case, Robert W. 1983 ABSTRACT: American sport stresses the outward aspects of participation such as outcomes, rewards, goals, and winning; Eastern thought and movement forms emphasize the inner and spiritual aspects of human mo...
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Game Of Basketball M C
2,406 wordsInventor of Basketball Theres no such sport more convenient or accessible than basketball. It is fun, practical, and affordable. Its also a common and healthy alternative to electronic entertainment. However, such a great sport could not come about by itself. There was an idea behind it. And behind that idea was a man, Dr. James Naismith. James Naismith was born near Almonte, Ontario on November 6, 1861. He was the eldest son of Scottish immigrants John and Margaret Naismith. His family moved to...
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End Of The War Make The World
4,784 wordsCountries crumbled, cities Hitler HITLER Countries crumbled, cities fell, and people were slaughtered. It was all part of the plan, a plan to unify Germany under the control of one man, Adolf Hitler. Over six million innocent people were massacred under his command. In an age when an insane leader could lay waste to the planet and yet managed to lead a major power of destruction, was it justifiable? (Green V) For the first thirty years of his life, Adolf Hitler was a nobody. In the last twenty-s...
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Child Obesity Aren T
955 wordsWould you Like Fries with That? Kirk Nugent 4 - 14 - 01 Would you like fries with that? asks a Mcdonalds employee to an obviously overweight man. And of course he excepts the offer of those mouth watering fries and neither of them think twice about the addition of calories or the obvious health risks. Unfortunately, this scene is a common one through out America, where obesity is starting to look more like an epidemic than a simple will power problem. Obesity is ravishing our country, especially...
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High School Students Present And Future
1,696 wordsCurrent high school students are becoming fatter, slower, and less motivated than past students. Many of these young people would prefer to be sitting passively in front of the television rather than to do something physically active. Most high school students believe they do not have sufficient time, opportunity or guidance to participate in physical activities. The ideal place in which students would be able to find adequate time, opportunity and guidance are in the high schools themselves. Po...
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Child Begins Physical Education
815 wordsPlaying For More Than Fun In the fast-paced world of the twenty-first century, many parents are more concerned with their childs education than how well they are developing by playing. Fifteen years ago, when I was four, preschool was simply a form of daycare. Now it is practically a requirement for three and four year olds. Parents are continually questioning how their child will develop educationally. I am constantly hearing about children, who at the age of three, are in so many activities th...
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Physical Fitness Physical Education
462 wordsMy report is on what it takes to become physically fit. Physical fitness is the ability of the human body to function with vigor and alertness, without undue fatigue, and with ample energy to engage in leisure activities, and to meet physical stresses. Muscular strength and endurance, cardio respiratory integrity, and general alertness are the overt signs of physical fitness. Physical fitness is usually measured in relation to functional expectations-that is, typically, by periodic tests measuri...
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Facing Physical Education Dilemmas Facing Poor
648 wordsProblems Facing Physical Education I am not one hundred percent positive, but I am pretty sure I want to major in Physical Education. There are many problems and dilemmas facing professionals in Physical Education. Problems range from poor facilities to kids not receiving proper treatment in the class. I think the biggest problem is the poor facilities. Most states do not even meet the minimum recommendations for physical activity of 50 to 200 minutes a week, according to a 1997 National Associa...
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Social Learning Theory Violence In Sports
2,416 wordsThis report Sports Violence Abstract This report will briefly examine violence in sports. It will give possible reasons for the increase in violence, why violence seems to be growing and what we can do to curb this disturbing tend. While not all theories can we examined here, the most relevant to the topic will be examined and discussed. Introduction The purpose of this report is to bring into light one of the most talked about problem in sports today, violence. Many people, spectators, coaches,...
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