Presentation on theme: "The Importance of Physical Education"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Importance of Physical Education By: Ryan KnaulAges 12-80
2 Childhood Overweight & Obesity America is losing the fight against childhood inactivity and obesity.The childhood obesity rate has nearly tripled over the past 3 decades.Quality health and physical education can reverse this trend.
3 Reasons The increase of technology Children are raised in a fast food cultureChildren do not have confidence in physical skills
4 Schools Need Physical Education Educates the WHOLE CHILDPhysical education provides structure and disciplineDevelop and enhance both physical and academic skills
5 Schools Need Physical Education Elementary School: physical activity enhances physical skills and cognitive developmentMiddle School: physical activity builds self-esteem, which leads to more confidence in intellectual and physical abilityHigh School: enhances social, cooperative, and cognitive skills
7 School Need Physical Education "Move Me"- The importance of physical activity and healthy eatingYouTube Clip
8 What P.E. Does for Students Improves physical fitnessEnhances motor and manipulative skillsImproves self-esteemProvides healthy physical activitiesReduces stressBuilds positive relationships among students
9 P.E. Improves Judgment May influence moral development Gives students leadership rolesAllows students to collaborate with peersIncreases self responsibility
10 Goals of Physical Education Include ALL students in activitiesImprove physical, social, and cognitive skillsPromote a healthy and active lifestyle
11 Abilities in Physical Education CognitiveCreativePersonalSocialPhysical
12 Physical Benefits of P.E. Develop motor skillsDevelop manipulative skillsDevelop fitnessDecrease morbidityDisease preventionPhysical Benefits of P.E.
13 Cognitive Benefits of P.E. Enhances students kinesthetic intelligenceStudents that participate in daily P.E. perform better academically.Have a better attitude towards schoolP.E. enhances social, self-expression, and problem solving skills.
14 Affective Benefits of P.E. Build self-esteemEnhances ability and confidence in performing motor skillsEnhances feelings of well being and efficacyAffective Benefits of P.E.
15 Elementary Physical Education Development of fundamental non-locomotor, locomotor, and manipulative skillsExamples of skills: Balance, walk, run, skip, jump, catch, throw, and kickElementary P.E. Activities: Cooperative learning, educational games, gymnastics, and dance.
16 Elementary Physical Education Children gain knowledge through physical activityDevelopment of self-esteemIncreases social abilityBuilds positive relationships with peers
17 Middle School Physical Education Opportunities to build socialization, goal setting, and leadership skillsIncreases self-esteem and psychological wellnessEnhance fundamental movements
18 High School Physical Education Better understanding of health related fitness and physical fitnessRefine and maintain physical skillsAnalyze the pros and cons of being physically active for life
19 High School Physical Education Understanding of the physiological, social- psychological, and mechanical components of physical activityAchieve self-realizationEstablish healthy and physically active attitudes.
20 P.E. Improves the Quality of Life Decreases chances of physical disabilitiesEnhances quality of lifeIncreases psychological healthIncreases self-esteemPromotes being healthy and physically activate for a lifetime.
21 Works Cited"The Importance of Physical Education." VEA. Web. 05 Mar < Manohar, Uttara. "Importance of Physical Education." Buzzle Web Portal: Intelligent Life on the Web. Web. 05 Mar <