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physical

adjective actual, bodily, carnal, concrete, corporal, corporeal, earthly, embodied, flesh and blood, fleshly, human, incarnate, material, materiate, mundane, natural, nonspiritual, organic, real, sensible, sensual, sensuous, somatic, substantial, substantive, systemic, tangible, temporal, unspiritual, worldly
Associated concepts: physical assets, physical condition, physical contact, physical control, physical damage, physiial delivery, physical depreciation, physical disability, physscal force, physical impairment, physical injury, physical loss, physical property
See also: bodily, concrete, corporal, corporeal, mundane, tangible
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More than half of the students report learning how to maintain a physically active lifestyle (56%), how to set fitness goals and maintain fitness levels (54%), how to play sports (51%), and 48% report gaining skill development because of their experiences in Physical Education classes.
The successful bidder will submit a proposal specifying how they will provide content analysis and website development for a Physical Education curriculum resource.
The physical education programme will follow two tracks, one for teachers and one for people who want to get into the fitness industry to work as coaches, facility managers and health management professionals.
The following section describes the nine components of the ECC and how each can be met in physical education with proper planning.
In their study, Subramaniam and Silverman [61] found that pupils' attitudes for physical education are positive, but they differ by the grade.
Just as the Physical Educator collaborated with the classroom teacher to incorporate movement into the academic curriculum, the classroom teacher can plan with the Physical Educator so that core subjects can be integrated into the Physical Education curriculum.
The committee recommends that half-an-hour everyday in elementary school and 45 minutes per day in middle and high schools be devoted to physical education, and students should spend at least half that time engaged in vigorous or moderate-intensity physical activity.
The process of application is one of self review which is an important tool for raising the standards in physical education.
The process will take quite a few years, as first the Department of Physical Education has to spend three years preparing to be accepted a candidate for accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) in the USA.
The early professional development of teachers of physical education will be affected.
Also, about four to five physical education classes per week are recommended by the CDC.
It doesn't mean only the physical education standard class.

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