Integrated Curriculum: Physical Education Subject Matter

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Why is physical education class fun for students?

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1. What should children do in PE class for a heartrate lab?

2. Kids can benefit from graphing in PE by learning about relationships between variables. What is the relationship between slope and speed when graphing motion?

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Using the quiz and worksheet, you can gauge your knowledge of integrated curriculum. To pass the quiz, you need to know about the meanings of biotic and abiotic and understand why PE is fun for students.

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  • Why graphs are a convenient way to view data
  • The relationship between slope and speed when graphing motion
  • The reason why physical education class can be fun for students
  • What biotic and abiotic refer to

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