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Top 10 Reasons for Quality Physical Education Extra Credit Questions
5 pts max

(You may disregard the fact that the article is advocating for PE specialists at all grade levels.
At this time, that is just not going to happen very often in California public elementary schools. And when it does, the specialist will be teaching only a portion of the 200 minutes required every two weeks in California.)

1. What is your opinion/opinions regarding the importance (or not) of Physical Education in the elementary schools? Please state at least 3 reasons to support your opinion.

2. Did this article support your opinion, strengthen your opinion, change your mind in any way, etc.?

3. Name and describe at least 3 things you learned from the article.

problem offering the reward itself, or is it the interpretation of the reward, the problem? It has been thought that the use of extrinsic motivators “rewards” will have detrimental effects on a person’s intrinsic interest “motivation”, creativity, and damage the ability to learn. Citation? This paper will investigate the controversy of using tangible and intangible extrinsic rewards on intrinsic motivation. As described in the guidelines, do not “set up” the content of a forma l paper in this way
What is motivation? Motivation is “to be moved to do something,” (Deci and Ryan, 2000). It is important to know that individuals are motivated for various reasons. We as outlined in the guidelines no personal references or pronouns in a formal APA research paper are born with natural motivation tendencies, from birth we are “active, inquisitive, and curious with the readiness to learn and explore,” (Deci and Ryan, 2000). There are two types of motivation, according to Geen, Beatty, and Arkin (1984), intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation is to perform “some activity for its own sake and derive enjoyment from it

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