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 1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Introductory activities provide a gross motor warm-up activity for the opening of class.2.Introductory activities should be strictly a physical warm-up and should not integrate any learning skills.3.Students should be invited periodically to design introductory activities.4.Introductory activities are characterized by detailed instruction and limited physicalactivity.5.It is appropriate to review management.
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16-4.8 What are two guidelines for crafting a eulogy? 16-4.9 List two guidelines for crafting a tribute? 16-4.10 List three guidelines for writing a toast or roast. 16-4.11 List three guidelines for a speech of award presentation. 16-4.12 List three guidelines for crafting a speech of award acceptance. .
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.The objectives in the Fitness for Life model are arranged in an order called a.yearly continuity for fitness education. b.horizontal progression for fitness. c.simple to complex fitness. d.stairway to lifetime fitness. 17.In the skill development model, the primary focus is placed on a.social skill development. b.personal development. c.sport skill development. d.None of the above18.Middle school fitness routines.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Most teachers are able to motivate all students. 2.Teachers should provide all of their instructions at the beginning of their lessons.3.Adolescents generally learn physical skills more quickly by observation than bylistening.4.Active listeners exhibit characteristics such as eye contact, nodding, and various facialexpressions to show that they are interested in.
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Vigorous physical activity is needed to contribute to good health.2.Health-related fitness includes aspects of physiological function that offer protectionfrom diseases associated with sedentary lifestyles.3.Skill-related fitness includes those physical qualities that enable a person to perform successfully in activities such as 10K’s, triathlons, and marathons.4.The new physical activity guidelines.
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Ropes course activities should begin with activities containing little risk.2.Fun is the most important factor in ropes course activities. 3.Group initiative activities on a ropes course force students to think as individuals. 4.In ropes courses, all students should be required to attempt the same activities. 5.Ropes course activities combine cross-country running.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Policies and procedures enhance student enjoyment in physical education. 2.Student conduct (e.g., participation and attendance) is influenced by having soundpolicies and procedures.3.A precise start time for class is typically embedded in the program policy.4.Equipment should not be shared between the physical education and athleticdepartments.5.In physical education, playing and learning.
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 1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.In reverse mainstreaming, able students are brought in to special education classes to help the teacher control the students with disabilities.2.If parents are dissatisfied with the results of an assessment for diagnosing a disability, the district and parents share the cost of a second, independent evaluation.3.Obesity is a condition.
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16-2.3 The special occasion speech has the general purpose to convince, stimulate, or to actuate. 16-2.4 A speech to celebrate will honor or highlight a person, group, institution, place, or event. 16-2.5 A sermon is a speech to commemorate. 16-2.6 Speeches to entertain are basically the same as stand-up comedy routines. 16-2.7 The process of special occasion speaking starts with identifying the audience. 16-2.8 All.
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 1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.An intramural program is an organized activity for students that is an extension of the physical education program.2.Intramural programs should offer a broad variety of activities.3.Liability issues generally do not apply in the context of sport clubs.4.Athletic programs can produce students with values that are detrimental for them later.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Effective management requires designing and implementing a preventative approach to discipline.Answer:  True 2.Students generally know how to resolve conflicts with peers when they come to middle school.Answer:  False 3.Most often, school administrators judge teacher effectiveness by how well they manage their students.Answer:  True 4.Most students choose to cooperate and participate in the.
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16-2.13 Speeches of introduction should be lengthy so you can adequately introduce the guest speaker. 16-2.14 A toast should be three to five minutes or less. 16-3.1 A(n) _____ speech has the general purpose to celebrate, commemorate, inspire, or to entertain. 16-3.2 Speeches to _____ set out to motivate, stir, encourage, or arouse the audience. 16-3.3 Speeches to _____ have the general.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.The teaching of knowledge concepts should only be done on shortened days or rainy days. 2.The fitness education model emphasizes the knowledge needed to become an informed physical fitness consumer. 3.The Fitness for Life curriculum specifically targets the development of social skills. 4.The Fitness for Life model represents a.
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 1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.All adolescents should be physically active nearly every day, as part of play, games, sports, work, transportation, recreation, physical education or planned exercise, in the context of family, school, and community activities.2.Adolescents should engage in three or more sessions per week of activities that last 20 minutes or more.
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16-4.3 Which speeches have the general purpose to celebrate? 16-4.4 Which speeches have the general purpose to commemorate? 16-4.5 Which speeches have the general purpose to inspire? 16-4.6 How do you write the central idea for a special occasion speech? 16-4.7 What are two questions you can use to guide your research for the special occasion speech? .
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Physical activity has been shown to reduce the risk of contracting which of the following diseases? a.Hypertension and coronary heart disease b.Alcoholism and diabetes c.Alcoholism and hypertension d.a and b 17.Adolescence in girls typically starts a.before boys. b.at age 14. c.after boys. d.at the same time as boys. 18.For which of the following claims is there no convincing.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.All of the following are obstacles in ropes course activities EXCEPT: a.hurdles. b.trees. c.ladders. d.tires. 12.The ropes course activities can function as lead-up activities for rock climbing, caving, rappelling, or other adventure activities a.rock climbing, rowing, and rappelling. b.rock climbing, caving, and rappelling. c.orienteering, rowing, and caving. d.orienteering, caving, and rapelling. 13.Orienteering is a challenging outdoor adventure activity.
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Bowling can be taught using a one-step delivery.2.The backhand throw in Frisbee consists of hooking the thumb under the disc and putting the four fingers on top. 3.In Frisbee, the sandwich catch involves making a C with the thumb and fingers and closing them on the disk. 4.The order of.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.Which of the following lifetime activities began its existence as an outdoor game and is now almost solely played indoors? a.Bowling b.Frisbee c.Golf d.In-line skating 12.Which of the following lifetime activities has more than five different types of throwing styles? a.Bowling b.Frisbee c.Golf d.In-line skating 13.Which of the following lifetime activities can be taught effectively using the whole.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.In general, teacher instructions should a.come at the beginning of the class. b.come at the end of he class. c.last no more than 45 seconds. d.last at least 1 minute 30 seconds. Answer:  c 17.Conflict resolution is least effective with which of the following strategies? a.Brainstorming b.Goal setting c.Placing blame d.Discussion Answer:  c 18.Social reinforcers serve a.to increase/maintain the occurrence of.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.The continuum of teaching styles reflects the degree to which the teaching approach is student-centered.2.Beginning teachers generally are more effective at using a guided discovery style of teaching.3.In the inquiry style of teaching, the target skill is normally divided into carefully sequenced, progressive units.4.Student peers can be used to.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.Which of the following sports requires the most supervision? a.Archery b.Badminton c.Basketball d.Field hockey 12.Which of the following sports can be played indoors and outdoors? a.Archery, badminton, and basketball b.Archery, gymnastics, and field hockey c.Field hockey, soccer, and basketball d.Field hockey, gymnastics, and basketball 13.Which sport includes rebounding as a skill to practice? a.Archery b.Badminton c.Basketball d.Field hockey 14.Which sport includes bullying or.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Lifetime physical activity behavior may become truly habitual if which of the following conditions are met? a.The activity requires a great deal of mental effort. b.The participant needs to use extensive and expensive equipment. c.The activity can be done alone. d.The student follows a strict workout schedule and routine. 17.To enhance the level.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Teaching is comprised of a set of skills that can be practiced and improved.2.Effective teaching is best defined in terms of what behaviors teachers exhibit.3.The Arizona State and Oregon State-Observation Instruments focus primarily on students’ behavior.4.Checklists and rating forms are effective strategies for evaluating teaching.5.Many school principals do not.
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.When teaching archery, remember that beginning students experience success quickly if the instructor moves the target close to them.2.Badminton is an example of a lifetime sport. 3.Units should be used as presented to avoid possible pitfalls when instructing students. 4.Only advanced students should participate in archery activities. 5.Basketball instruction should emphasize.
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Examples of nontraditional games include bean bag activities, juggling, hoops, and jump bands. 2.Sport Speed Stacking challenges students to focus on hand-eye coordination and reaction time.3.When utilizing relay activities in class, keep the same groups for a long time so the students get to know each other.4.The cooperative.
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1  TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.The philosophy of a physical education program reflects the beliefs that guide the program.  2.It is advisable to have one piece of equipment per child if students are to learn at an optimum rate in physical education. 3.Cultural values, religions, and educational levels in the community are factors.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Behaviors that teachers can monitor through active supervision include a.teacher demonstrations. b.student on-task behavior. c.student skill performance. d.b and c 17.As students mature, the range of their skill level most likely will a.stay the same. b.get smaller. c.get larger. d.get worse. 18.Effective listening skills include a.preaching. b.paraphrasing. c.All of the above d.a and b 19.Teachers’ instructional clarity is improved if/when they a.talk students through.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Which of the following is NOT a general component of a skill that can be evaluated? a.Reaction time b.Agility c.Power d.Abdominal strength 17.Teachers must demonstrate that each student meets specific learning outcomes specified by content standards.  To accomplish that, teachers must a.integrate assessment into the teaching process. b.demonstrate accountability. c.base physical education grading on principles similar.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.Throton activities and games focus on: a.throwing and catching activities. b.running activities. c.eye-hand coordination activities. d.cardiovascular activities. 12.In order to motivate student interest in jump band activities, instructors should: a.play music. b.yell instructions. c.stop the class often and change the activity. d.limit floor space. 13.Beginning a juggling unit with scarves a.allows students to proceed directly to juggling with rings.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Data on activity time is best gathered by using a.event recording. b.Placheck recording. c.duration recording. d.a and c 17.All of the following behaviors are best analyzed using event recording EXCEPT: a.nonverbal feedback. b.specific feedback. c.teacher demonstrations. d.student activity time. 18.Which recording technique should be used for observing the number of student skill attempts in a 15-minute period? a.Event recording b.Interval.
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16-1.31 Which of the following is NOT a guideline for analyzing your audience for your special occasion speech? a. research the demographics of the audience b. ask the person who invited you to speak about your audience c. consider the personal, social, and psychological traits of your audience d. audience analysis is irrelevant since your main focus should be.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.When a teacher fails to act in carrying out a known duty it is often called a.an act of commission. b.assumption of risk. c.an act of omission. d.a case of malfeasance. 17.Which of the following strategies is NOT often used by the defense in a lawsuit against a teacher? a.Act of God b.Assumption of risk c.Proximate.
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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Grading systems must always be based on tangible data collected.2.Students should be informed about what they are expected to learn on the outset of a unit of instruction.3.Teachers often choose not to administer a written test based on the argument that it takes too much time away from skill.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.Introductory activities a.are not vigorous or challenging. b.prepare the students mentally and physically for what is to come. c.are composed of nonlocomotor movements. d.only involve one-on-one interaction. 12.Which is NOT a good reason for using introductory activities? a.To prepare students for more demanding activities b.To review management skills and techniques c.To introduce and refine new skills d.To.
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16-4.13 List three guidelines for crafting an after-dinner speech. 16-4.14 What is the goal of a speech of inspiration and what is it rooted in? 16-5.1 Discuss five questions you should ask yourself when analyzing the occasion for your special occasion speech? .
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1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Developing awareness and skills related to maintaining wellness should be a primary objective of secondary school physical education. 2.As students feel more positive about themselves, their ability to make responsible decisions improves.3.People who have good decision-making skills have a greater sense of control over their lives.4.It is important.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.The type of tournament that allows every team or individual an opportunity to play every other team or individual is a.ladder. b.round robin. c.pyramid. d.double elimination. 17.Assuming the same number of teams, the type of tournament that would take the longest  time to complete would be a.round robin. b.ladder. c.single-elimination. d.double-elimination. 18.Athletic programs always a.serve only the highly skilled.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Physical education handbooks should include at least the following information: a.Description of the teachers b.Grading procedures c.Program philosophy d.b and c 17.Bunching all the instruction during the first two days of a unit is an example of a.good sequencing of tasks. b.poor progression of tasks. c.sound instructional practice. d.None of the above 18.A key factor in understanding whether.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.What is moderate-intensity activity? a.Activity that expends four to six times the energy expended at rest b.Activity that expends one to two times the energy expended at rest c.Slow walking d.Sitting in a motorized golf cart 12.Which of the following is a lifestyle physical activity on Level 1 of the Physical Activity Pyramid? a.Walking.
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16-3.9 The word _____ derives from a Greek word meaning “praise” or “good word.” 16-3.10 A speech of _____ presents an event’s next or main speaker to the audience. 16-3.11 A(n) _____ is a ritual expressing honor or goodwill to a person(s), institution, group, or event that is punctuated by taking a drink. 16-3.12 A(n) _____ is a humorous tribute to.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.The appropriateness of a teaching style is dependent on a.the lesson’s objectives. b.the type of content. c.the types of students. d.All of the above 17.A teaching style that leads students through a series of experiences in hope that they will arrive at one solution is called a.task instruction. b.guided discovery divergent style. c.guided discovery convergent style. d.reciprocal.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 11.Wellness instruction targets which of the following skills? a.Decision making b.Problem solving c.Taking responsibility d.All of the above 12.A teacher’s success in leading class discussions about wellness is dependent on the following: a.Correcting students b.Explaining the virtues of abstinence from sexual activity, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs c.Focusing and structuring discussions d.All of the above 13.Muscle contraction without.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Virtual (online) options enable schools to a.give credit for off-campus activities. b.increase the variety of activities offered. c.provide opportunities for self-motivated student. d.All of the above. 17.Lifetime physical activity can reduce the risk of a.back pain. b.premature morbidity. c.cancer. d.All of the above. 18.Which of the following is a federal law that ensures appropriate education for students with.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.Which of the following is a guideline to ensure “due process”? a.Parental permission for conducting an assessment b.Student gives permission for conducting an assessment c.Maintaining confidentiality for all records d.a and c 17.Fitness levels of students with disabilities generally are a.unknown. b.higher than those of typically developing peers. c.lower than those of typically developing peers. d.similar to.
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 1 TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.If no harm or injury occurs, there can be no liability.2.If the injured party shows that the teacher could have foreseen the risks or dangers in the activity performed when the injury took place, the teacher will more likely be found liable.3.Typically, the chance of a teacher being held.
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  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 16.The value orientation of a curriculum should be decided by considering a.the subject matter to be learned. b.the gender of the teachers. c.the students who will experience the curriculum. d.a and c 17.Key components of a behavioral objective include a.the condition under which the behavior is to be performed. b.a criterion by which the success.
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  TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1.Physical education can take place inside or outside the school program.2.Physical education aims to pass on information, attitudes, and skills in the physicalactivity domain.3.Dress codes are strictly enforced in order to enhance a positive climate in physical education.4.Most people who are knowledgeable about physical fitness participate more frequently in.
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