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Introduction to PE test 2
chapter 4, 5, 6 PE by Siedentop / van der Mars
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According to NASPE, which of the following is not addressed with in a definition of a physically educated person?
values competion (false)
healthy level of fitness (true)
participates in numerous team and indvidual sport activities (false)
The physical education program is defined by what?
The content to be learned (i.e., curricular choices)
+ The manner in which it is taught (i.e., the pedagogy used to deliver the content
The most important model for physical education in the 20th century was the _____model.
Which of the following is not in the NASPE outcome for the physically educated person?
not in competition or out in group sports
Which individual is referred to as the father of modern education?
The 4 primary objectives of the new physical education include what?
Fitness, Skill development, Knowledge, & Social development (physical motor mental social)
Which curriculum model focuses on human movement rather than fitness or sports?
...skill theme model
Which is not a common area within a movement education curriculum?
...anything NOT throw catch volleying dribbing balancing striking dodging space, path ..movement is about Proficiency > Utilization > Control> Pre-control
Which curriculum model is most closely related to fitness?
...Health-Optimizing Physical Education (HOPE)
Which curriculum model required on going collaboration between PE teachers and class room teachers?
Personal and Social Responsibility model based on Hellison's humanistic education curriculum
Which curriculum model likely would require a larger portion of time than a typical class period?
...Experiential and adventure education
For physical activities to produce healthy benefits it need to do what?
...must be at least at a moderate level of intensity, and some need to be more vigorous
Certain physical activity and PE during recess, before and after school time is characterized as being more what?
...A comprehensive school PA program and intermural and involves schol families and communities
Which federal legislature catapulted adapted PE into a new era?
...Education of All Handicapped Children Act
Which of the following is typically done during summer in programs such as outward bound?
Seen in climbing walls and challenge courses on school campuses
Off-campus treks outside of regular
school hours to cycle, climb, hike, and/or canoe over multiple days
In a PE program where teacher use the skill theme curriculum approach, the following instructional approach is most common.
...fundamental movement throw, catch space balance ..provide feedback
In the sports education model, students participate in all roles except which of the following.
Not contact like football, ..it is fun and festive. Like tennis, basketball...gymnastics skill practice drills soccer for skill, values attitude sports for all .. No full sided adult forms of sport (probably not football)
An elementary adventure education program should incorporate __________ element of perceived risk, while maintaining a _____ element of actual risks.
looks a little risky but needs to be safe
Which of the following programs is an exemplary program that was validated by the National Diffusion Network of the US Department of Education
...SPARK (sports, play and active recreation for kids)
Physical dimension curriculum targets who?
...high school students
Which curriculum model is likely to incorporate activities occurring on weekends, travel, wants student to become more experienced.
Experiential and adventure education
Which of the following is not a key characteristic of the exemplary PE program?
I don't know....
NASPE national standard for beginning teachers that provides mechanism for improving in what?
...provide a mechanism for improving the
quality of teacher preparation in physical education.
Increasing time allocated for PE typically is associated with what?
better grades and academic achievement and fitness too.
Which of the following statements is correct....you will know the answer.
I don't know what this question .. he said don't worry about it
Use of exemptions in ? physical education has done what?
allowed many children to avoid physical activity .. and ,... I don't know
Activities that encompass children's varying needs, in terms of child's skill, fitness and interest levels are considered what? developmentally appropriate
developmentally appropriate or skill theme
Withholding access to PE or recess for not completing assignment in class is a form of what?
inappropriate and in CA, HI, MA is considered corporal punishment
Serious competition is more attainable when what happens?
...fair and balanced competiton
Within the field of secondary physical education, many teachers often base their success based on what?
Busy, Happy, and Good Sydrome/or student behavior, activity, and happiness in class/ or grade their students based on attendance, dress, and behavior.
Which of the following is not considered a difficult teaching situation in Physical Education?
Student skill assessment
Australia's policy for coed participation emphases what?
Coed during skill development but separation for completion ..other factors are type of activity..
Role conflict refers to what?
High expectations for coach low for teaching coach has to win.
Which 2 models promote development of personal responsibility and have been applied successfully in urban high school programs?
...Personal and Social Responsibility
Sports educational model
Which of the following is placed in the middle of the traditional pyramid physical education programs?
What are 3 problems in physical education that cut across the three school levels
The physical dimensions targets who?
In the sports education model students participate in all roles except which of the following?
What does the SQ3R method stand for?
Which term best describes the ideal administrative situation of a resource room teacher?
An example is a laptop costing $800, salvage $650, and useful life of 10 years = $15 annual depreciation cost: ($800-$650) / 10 = $15 cost per year.
by the middle of the 18th century
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