Allows Students to Choose Physical Education Activities: New and Profitable Ways to Teach
Imagine, it’s 11 a.m. and you’re in middle school. You have just finished the second class of the day and are heading to the gymnasium. During the three minute walk to the gym, you stop and talk with your friends, greet the old teacher, and try and find good reasons to get out of playing softball today. You hate softball and are even more upset because you are forced to play this game by your teacher. You arrive at class with poor excuses and are forced to change for class. You go to the locker room, change classes, and walk to the gym disappointed that another day of physical education is spent doing something you don’t like.
Many Students Dislike in Physical Education
This is a thought that runs through the minds of many teenagers every day. Many students dislike what they learn in physical education and refuse to participate in something they are not interested in. Many teachers are content to let students sit or just stand during class and let it influence their grades. Is this any use? Is a teacher’s work really done? Absolutely not, the job of a teacher, especially a physical education teacher, is to teach students different healthy and active things that they can do as part of their lifelong fitness. Of course, they are they to get their “needed fitness time”, but do they really do something about their fitness when they sit and watch half the class play games they don’t like? …Allows Students to Choose Physical Education Activities: New and Profitable Ways to Teach Read More