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Multiple Choice Questions 1) All children aged ________ are currently identified as entitled to a free appropriate public education. A) 3 to 18 B) 5 to 18 C) 3 to 21 D) 5 to 21 2) The Education for All Handicapped Children Act was originally passed by Congress in ________. A).
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11) When assigning health-promoting homework, teachers should A) be as vague as possible with directions to encourage creativity. B) leave the assignments entirely up to the students to complete. C) make sure students understand what is expected of them and value the assignment. D) allow students to choose their activities.
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11) Allowing a student with special needs to participate 100% in the regular school routine describes which of the following types of mainstreaming? A) Full mainstreaming B) Mainstreaming for physical activities only C) Partial mainstreaming D) Special development classes 12) A student with a behavior disorder who participates with other.
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21) Benefits of exposure to ultraviolet radiation include A) seasonal affective disorder and vitamin D. B) seasonal affective disorder and rickets. C) treatment for certain skin disorders and vitamin C. D) treatment for certain skin disorders and vitamin D. 22) According to the news clip on the health benefits of vitamin D, it is recommended.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) Instruction designed to combine two or more concepts from different areas to help students see the interrelatedness of knowledge is referred to as ________. A) overlapping B) crossover C) disciplinary D) integration 2) Which of the following words are commonly used to describe integration? A) Interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary,.
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11) Which of the following is NOT a classroom teacher's potential partner in developing an interdisciplinary learning experience for students? A) Art teacher B) Physical education teacher C) Music teacher D) Another 3rd grade teacher 12) Which of the following represents the partner model of integration? A) A classroom teacher.
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31) Pedometers can measure all of the following EXCEPT A) the number of steps taken. B) heart rate. C) caloric expenditure. D) time in physical activity. 32) Why are pedometers increasingly being used in schools to monitor physical activity? A) They measure energy expenditure. B) They measure all types of activity. C) They measure heart rate. D) They are.
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21) To effectively mainstream, teachers should refer to students as "student with special needs." 22) One way to modify the instruction to effectively mainstream for physical activity is to provide additional positive reinforcement to a student with special needs.  23) It is NOT recommended to let a student with special.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) All of the following are networking strategies to developing a schoolwide nutrition initiative EXCEPT A) seeking advice from other teachers and administrators. B) seeking input from students. C) becoming involved in other schoolwide projects. D) contacting the local newspaper to publicize. 2) Which of the following networking strategies to developing a schoolwide.
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31) When reinforcing a student for making healthful food choices, all of the following are recommended EXCEPT A) publicly praising her for eating fruits and vegetables. B) privately praising her for eating fruits and vegetables. C) giving stickers to her. D) sending a positive note home to her parents. 32) Body mass index is a.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) ________ is defined as bodily movement that is produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle and that substantially increases energy expenditure. A) Physical activity B) Exercise C) Flexibility D) Muscular endurance 2) Light intensity physical activity consists of ________ and may include ________. A) one MET; jogging B) one MET; skipping C) three METs or.
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31) Providing adequate equipment for physical activities, nutrition, and homework club is an example of which of the following standards that an after-school program should address? A) Human relations B) Indoor environment C) Outdoor environment D) Activities  32) Providing healthy snacks is an example of which of the following standards.
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  True/False Questions 1) Physical fitness is bodily movement that is produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle and that substantially increases energy expenditure. 2) Activities of three METs or fewer are classified as light physical activities. 3) Cleaning a bedroom is considered a light physical activity. 4) Activities of four to six METs are.
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21) Soccer kicking and hula hooping are examples of Activity Zones for an activity-friendly playground. 22) It is important to purchase equipment that is easy to identify as playground equipment. 23) An activity bulletin board should be used to post all students' performances. 24) When teaching students playground games, it is important that.
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21) It is suggested that children NEVER have any unblocked time in the sun. 22) Sunscreens absorb the suns rays while sunblock reflects it. 23) One schoolwide sun-safety initiative involves teaching students when, where, and how to apply sunscreen. 24) One schoolwide sun-safety initiative includes shaded playgrounds. 25) It is important to include parents.
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21) "VERBTM: It's what you do" is an example of a point-of-decision prompt for students regarding decisions about what to eat. 22) It has been shown that placing point-of-decision prompts near elevators that encourage individuals to take the stairs works. 23) Eliminating foods as rewards includes refraining from giving nutritious food to.
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21) With regard to point-of-decision prompts, it was found that when placing signs near the elevators to encourage users to take the stairs, the use of stairs ________. A) decreased by 54% B) stayed the same. C) increased by 54%. D) increased initially, but eventually regressed to the mean. 22) Which of the following emulates.
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  True/False Questions 1) In a real way, all students have special needs. 2) The Education for All Handicapped Children Act was first passed by Congress in 1994. 3) The zero reject concept indicates that any child can be rejected from all educational services because of a disability. 4) In 1990, the.
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  True/False Questions 1) Integration is instruction designed to combine two or more concepts from different areas to help students see the interrelatedness of knowledge. 2) One strategy for increasing the effectiveness of instruction is integration. 3) All students absorb academic concepts more readily when they are physically involved. 4) Recess offered in.
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21) After-school programs that struggle with paying for staff and supplies illustrate which of the following challenges? A) Funding  B) Transportation  C) Staffing  D) Training  22) When fundraising for after-school programs, which of the following is NOT an appropriate source of funding? A) A federal nutrition grant B) A local.
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11) After-school programs provide a safe place for children during a time when violent crimes committed by and against youth peak. 12) Students who attend after-school programs automatically get better grades and have better school attendance than those who do not attend after-school programs. 13) After-school programs can contribute to.
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  True/False Questions 1) Physical fitness is a product-oriented outcome, whereas physical activity is a process-oriented outcome. 2) The two types of physical fitness are health-related fitness and sport-related fitness. 3) All students can achieve health-related fitness regardless of their prior level of experience or genetic traits. 4) Body composition is the ability of the.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) The sun's rays include A) only visible light. B) only light that cannot be seen. C) visible light and one type of light that cannot be seen. D) visible light and two types of light that cannot be seen. 2) The spectrum of ________ is divided into three bands: A, B, and.
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11) This component of skill-related fitness is the ability of the body to perform movement in a short period of time. A) Balance B) Coordination C) Power D) Speed 12) The lack of improvement in fitness levels of American children is due to A) a lack of focus on children's fitness. B) the notion that children do.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) All of the following are ways classroom teachers can promote children's health outside the school environment EXCEPT A) assigning health-promoting homework. B) helping develop structured after-school programs. C) encouraging family and community involvement. D) providing classroom physical activity. 2) Elementary school children accumulate ________ of their daily.
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11) The physical activity pyramid includes six categories of activities arranged into four levels. 12) Vacuuming the house is considered a lifestyle physical activity on the physical activity pyramid. 13) Recreational swimming is considered as active aerobics on the physical activity pyramid. 14) Family walking is considered as active sports and recreational activities.
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31) Which of the following teaching goals does NOT teach tolerance to all students? A) Listing ways to feel sorry for students with disabilities B) Helping students recognize the similarities among all people C) Helping students appreciate the differences among all people D) Exploring with your students way to support.
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21) Which of the following fitness practices is appropriate for students? A) Hurdler stretch B) Having the student reach back and grab the ankles while lying in prone position C) Having the student place the hand across the chest for abdominal exercises D) Straight-leg raises from a supine position 22) Which of the following scenarios.
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  True/False Questions 1) Research indicates that elementary school children gather the majority of their daily steps during the school day. 2) Benefits of health-promoting homework include the integration of physical activity and healthy eating into a healthy lifestyle and the opportunity for children to develop intrinsic motivation for adopting healthy behaviors..
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21) ________ is defined as a type of physical activity done especially to maintain fitness. A) Physical activity B) Exercise C) Flexibility D) Muscular endurance 22) ________ is defined as the ability to use joints through a full range of motion as a result of having long muscles and elastic connective tissues. A) Physical activity B) Exercise C).
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  True/False Questions 1) Ultraviolet rays are shorter than visible light and have more energy. 2) Infrared rays are shorter than visible light and have more energy. 3) The spectrum of ultraviolet radiation is split into four bands. 4) Skin color is an environmental factor affecting UV exposure. 5) The greatest amount of UV radiation occurs.
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31) Sunscreen SPF stands for A) sun prediction factor. B) sun protection factor. C) sun prediction filament. D) sun protection filament. 32) A sunscreen with an SPF of 15 protects the skin from ________ of ultraviolet B radiation. A) 85% B) 90% C) 93% D) 97% 33) A sunscreen with an SPF of 30 protects the skin from ________ of.
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  True/False Questions 1) The first step in developing a schoolwide initiative for improving students' nutrition is to develop an action plan. 2) It is important to be patient and persistent when forming a school health committee because it often takes three years to implement change within a school system. 3) When conducting initial.
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21) Having students act out plays about different physical activities is an example of an integration activity for reading in language arts. 22) Antonyms represent a content area for language arts. 23) Body part identification represents a content area for science. 24) Having students balance on muscles identified by the.
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21) Push-ups are appropriate fitness activities for all elementary school children. 22) Having students wave at a friend while holding the push-up position works on arm-shoulder girdle strength. 23) Asking students to lean backwards from a sitting position without falling works on trunk development. 24) To develop trunk muscles, bending, stretching, swaying and.
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11) Active aerobics are considered Level ________ on the physical activity pyramid. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 12) Flexibility exercises are considered Level ________ on the physical activity pyramid. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 13) Rest and inactivity are considered Level ________ on the physical activity pyramid. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 14) Mowing the lawn.
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11) This environmental factor affecting ultraviolet exposure indicates that higher levels of ultraviolet radiation occur on sunny days. A) Season B) Altitude C) Weather conditions D) Ozone in the atmosphere 12) To avoid harmful ultraviolet radiation, the best time of day for a child to play outside is from ________. A) 8 AM to 9 AM B).
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Multiple Choice Questions 1) The two types of physical fitness are A) ability-related and skill-related. B) ability-related and sport-related. C) health-related and skill-related. D) health-related and sport-related. 2) All of the following are components of health-related fitness EXCEPT A) agility. B) cardiovascular endurance. C) body composition. D) flexibility. 3) An aerobic-type of activity such as biking helps develop which component of.
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