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by Lowell F. Turner

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0917962761
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Lowell F. Turner
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T H Peek Pubns (January 1, 1984)
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physical education and training, organized instruction in motor activities that .

physical education and training, organized instruction in motor activities that contribute to the physical growth, health, and body image of the individual. Interest in the new system led to a movement to have compulsory physical training in American public schools and to establish physical education in colleges and universities. The first department of physical education at an American college was established at Amherst (1860). Physical education classes generally include formal exercises, sports, and contests, although an increasing emphasis has been given to such Asian techniques as yoga, karate, and judo.

This country brought sports and games to America with a system that stressed . Published the "New Physical Education" in 1927. The physical world is real. They believe in the laws of nature, the scientific method, and the mind and body harmony.

This country brought sports and games to America with a system that stressed moral development through participation in physical activities. The testing of motor skills was a significant aspect of his contribution to physical education. Physical fitness results in greater productivity, physical drills are important to the learning process, athletic programs lead to desired social behavior, and play and recreation help life adjustment.

In book: Sport and Education History, Chapter: 20, Publisher: Academia Verlag, Germany: Sankt Augustin

In book: Sport and Education History, Chapter: 20, Publisher: Academia Verlag, Germany: Sankt Augustin. and T. Terret, p. 07-312. Cite this publication. process became to be the cause for a serious crisis between the traditional ways and the new. purposes of PE. I. The evolution of phyzcultura as a social phenomenon, as a term, and as a school. After the social shock of 1917- 1925 and the relative stabilization of the 30s, the dominant. Soviet ideology had begun with a new propaganda program for the favor of the Soviet. New Soviet person must be strong, healthy, and able to build the socialism, to defend.