RUNNING HEAD: ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION.
International College of the Cayman Islands
November 21, 2011
Physical education is a crucial part of a well-rounded school and is also a well-rounded education program and a means of positively affecting life-long health and well-being. The main goal of physical education for school students is to give them the skills and knowledge necessary to keep their bodies healthy as they age. Effective efforts made now will help children avoid a lifetime of diseases and disability. Movement is an essential part of how students learn. In order to keep them engaged and motivated, the physical education activities must be fun and highly interactive. However, creating an enriching environment can be challenging for schools and teachers.
The rise of obesity in young children has become a growing concern in America. Our nation was once a physically active nation, yet now it seems that society discourages physical activity. Everyone knows that physical fitness is important to his or her health. It’s not just the activity itself but Physical education helps students improve their knowledge about health issues and practices that will lead to a more enjoyable life. Some schools do not require students to participate in physical education classes, but it is important for any age students to stay physically active. The rise of obesity in young children has become a growing concern in America. Physical education should be required every year for all public school students.
Some students are physically unable to participate in physical education. I agree that if a student has a note from their doctor that it is fine for them not to participate. All the others should be required to participate though. Their involvement in physical education teaches them about lifelong fitness. While I attended grade school, physical education helped play a valuable role...