Lessons for Sports

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  • Simply the Best - … not meet the needs of women's sports. 6. Research the origins of a sport commonly played in the United States. Where did it come from? When did the sport originate? How was the sport originally played? What changes and advancements have been made in this sport since its very beginnings? Interdisciplinary Connections: Science- Students can study …
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  • Hoop Dreams - … on the board for easier student access): - In what sport or sports did the individual participate? When and where did he or … about amazing athletes in a wide variety of sports, take The Learning Network's Sports Heroes and Legends Web Exploration (http://www.nytimes.com/learning/students/explorer/sports/_tourlaunch1.htm). Academic Content Standards: Grades 6-8 Civics Standard …
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  • Underage Achievers - … topic of young people in professional sports. Should there be a blanket rule for all sports that prevents youth under the age … they remedied? Health- Choose a popular sport and research the most common injuries associated with that sport. For example, in track there … /outdoorplay/a/kidssportsa.html. The Kids Sports Network (http://www.ksnusa.org/) promotes non-school sports and fitness for youth. Time Magazine …
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  • Skin and Sports - … students consider how their skin needs protecting while participating in sports. Encourage them to talk about things that could happen to … indoor sports? Outdoor sports? What skin conditions can be a problem when playing sports? How can you protect your skin while playing sports? (Accept … each group will fill out a Skin and Sports Trainer student sheet for their sport, which informs participants about how to protect … has many tips that apply to their sport. Have them use their Skin and Sports student E-Sheet to access this online …
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  • Probability and sports - … . Student Prerequisites Arithmetic: Students must be able to: + relate the sports information they collect to mathematical expression + use simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division when working with the sports information they collect Technological: Students must be able to: + perform … of the four sports provided (or find information about a different sport, if desired) to find connections between the sport and probability. Each …
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  • Going For The Gold - … images of popular athletes (see list below) -resources for researching sports (Sports Illustrated, Sporting News), economics (Business Week, Forbes, Money) and advertising (Advertising … , what and why was it considered inappropriate or controversial? BEYOND SPORTS -Aside from commercial endorsements, has the athlete been chosen to … /04athletesland.html) lists their top ten earning athletes for 2004. Sports Illustrated (http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/writers/pete_mcentegart/05/14 …
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  • May the Best Force Win - … and Motion in Sportspdf Bob Goes Adventuringpdf 10 sets of sports equipment 10 clipboards 10 pencils Timer Whistle Attachments push_pull.pdf … sense of the categories Summer Olympic Sports Newton's First Law Sport Science The Physics of Sports Extreme Adventure Background For Teachers: This … or toys. You must include at least two sports from each category on the Sports that Push and Pull sheet. You may … Class Survey of Forces and Motion in Sports on the overhead projector. Write the sport name in the left column and ask …
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  • A Race With Grace: Sports Poetry in Motion - … Athletic Association (NCAA): Shooting NCAA: Rebounding NCAA: Dribble Kenneth Mellott: Sports Slideshow Swimming - Olympic.org As you visit each website, ask … books with your students. Opening Days: Sports Poems edited by Lee Bennett Hopkins (Harcourt, 1996) Sports! Sports! Sports!, A Poetry Collection edited by Lee … movement. Observe students' group work in creating presentations for the Sports/Movement Center collection. Foster discussion to generate words and ideas …
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  • Couch Potato or Inertia Victim? - … that. I couldn't be away from the sport. I really love my sport...I think you can watch television and be … per week do you participate in the sports you mentioned? (Insert the name of each sport mentioned. When you tally the results … TV viewing and video game playing.) a. ____ (sport): ____ hours b. ____ (sport): ____ hours c. etc. Do you think that … them into couch potatoes or introducing them to new sports? By watching their sports heroes on TV, do they get ideas about …
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  • 101 Ielts Speaking Part Two Tasks About Sports and Hobbies - … UsingEnglish.com 2008 IELTS Speaking Part Two topic cards about Sports, hobbies and free time A-Z A Activity- see also … Give a one or two minute presentation about your favourite sport. You should say: - What equipment is used - Where it is … since you were a child, and why Sport- see also Favourite Talk about a sport you are interested in You should say … you think you will ever do this sport or not, and why Talk about a sport you did when you were a …
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