Lessons for Sports

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  • High Performance: Sports - … Read All About It! Have students read about different sports using the sports section of your local newspaper or even your school … impact on a person mentally, physically and socially. Sports in History Some sporting events as we see them today, looked very different … Media. National Youth Sports Safety Foundation, Inc. The National Youth Sports Safety Foundation, Inc. (NYSSF), formerly the National Youth Sports Foundation For The …
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  • Leadership and Moving Mountains - … Gretzky gradually nudged Canadians towards the realities of modern, professional sports, then Marilyn Bell quite suddenly shoved aside traditional notions of … spinal cord injury education, research and rehabilitation and to wheelchair sports. While Kennedy, Richard, Gretzky, Bell, Laumann and Walker are great … own cartoon to illustrate another Canadian sports leader covered in the Footprints series, or another sports figure believed to deserve such immortality …
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  • World Champions - … recognition. Resources Print sources Best, David. Canada: Our century in sport. Markham, Ontario: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2002. Miss Supertest The official tour … for his rider. In another saddle, in another sport, Steve Bauer rode into Canadian sporting history. It was a long, hard climb … essay should include a timeline that describes moments when the sport changed in response to the colonial cultural and environmental landscape …
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  • Take Me Back to the Ball Game! - … " citizens? 4. Examine ways in which sports can be exclusive. When baseball originated as a sport, what races of people could not … still remain? - How can participation in sports benefit a young player? - How might participation in sports be detrimental to a young player … . Where did it come from? When did the sport originate? How was the sport originally played? What changes and advancements have been …
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  • It's How You Play the Game - … not? - What do you consider "cheating" in different sports? - Is cheating in sports the same as cheating in school? Why or why … these situations compare to rules "governing" players, coaches, referees and sports fans? What is considered "cheating" in these different situations? What … organization dedicated to increasing opportunities for girls and women in sports and fitness through education, advocacy, recognition and grants. 1999 FIFA …
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  • Tragedy on the Field - … students into pairs, assigning each group a sport played in your school. (Assign only sports that are either currently in season or … the implementation of school health and safety policies in specific sports teams. Vocabulary: heatstroke, humidity, stifling, hydration, devastated, evaporation, vital, heat … unrealistic performance requirements. Conduct research on professional sports contracts. If possible, contact local sports agents and interview them regarding some of the …
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  • Angling for a Story - … : 1. Reflect on various aspects of a favorite sport. 2. Learn how one sports writer takes a unique angle to reporting a … have had watching or playing this sport? If you do not play a sport, choose a sport that you like to watch or … . Write a profile illustrating the job of a sports writer. Interview a sports writer for your local newspaper or television station. How … the World Series and other sports year-round, visit NYTimes.com's Sports section (http://www.nytimes.com/sports). Academic Content Standards: Grades …
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  • Performance Poppers - … to Confront Drugs" (one per student) -resources about sports and performance-enhancing supplements (sports magazines, library resources, computers with Internet access) Activities … athletes who compete in two different sports. Begin by asking students to brainstorm the two sports they wish to focus on, by … Information on the Web: Drug Use in Sports (http://news.findlaw.com/legalnews/sports/drugs/index.html) includes a story archive and …
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  • We Are the Champions - … prior to class: What is your favorite team sport to watch? Why? Is this sport popular where you live? Why or why … homework, students write mock sportscasts on the sport they researched during class. The sports report should include the names of some of … lyrics. Health- Write an investigative report on the competitive 'sport' of eating in sports media and entertainment. How do these 'athletes' prepare …
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  • Able Am I - … http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/13/sports/othersports/13ski.html?_r=1&ref=sports&oref=slogin (one per student) -classroom board … of the cards that might reflect the sports or achievements of their respective athletes. SPORTS Archery Basketball Cycling Equestrian Fencing Hockey Judo … . Power Hockey (http://www.powerhockey.com/) provides information about the sport, leagues, teams, players and competitions. National Wheelchair Basketball Association (http …
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