Games and Sports Team-Based Learnings in Middle School Physical Education

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Fitness Unit Plan for Middle School Physical Educators
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
2-week Fitness Unit Plan with lots of different assessments. 2-week plan includes lessons for mile runs, pacer tests, bike lab, yoga, circuit...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS, PD
Julie Palumbo : After spending 10 years in the Financial Industry, I traded in my suits for sneakers and decided to pursue what I have been...
Football Unit
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2019
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
This unit offers 10 lessons on throwing and catching a football, punting a football, how to pull flags, how to move into space playing keep away, and...
Should school districts ban Native American imagery, names, and mascots? - Civil Discourse for Classrooms
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Thinkalong.org is a free, evidence-based interactive tool for students to develop media literacy skills by applying the 5 Key Questions of Media...
Should performance enhancing drugs be allowed in professional sports? - Civil Discourse for Classrooms
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  • Games and Sports
  • MS, HS
Thinkalong.org is a free, evidence-based interactive tool for students to develop media literacy skills by applying the 5 Key Questions of Media...
Should school districts ban contact sports with potential for concussions? - Civil Discourse for Classrooms
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Thinkalong.org is a free, evidence-based interactive tool for students to develop media literacy skills by applying the 5 Key Questions of Media...
Should professional sports organizations pay their male and female athletes the same? - Civil Discourse for Classrooms
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Thinkalong.org is a free, evidence-based interactive tool for students to develop media literacy skills by applying the 5 Key Questions of Media...
Should student athletes be paid? - Civil Discourse for Classrooms
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  • Games and Sports
  • MS, HS
Thinkalong.org is a free, evidence-based interactive tool for students to develop media literacy skills by applying the 5 Key Questions of Media...