The Importance Of Physical Education In Sports

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Terry as cited by Cabanlet (2008) stated that is “performance is a translated athletic potential”. The translated athletic potential to performance depends on the smooth interaction of the three factors namely the coach, athlete and situation. It also stated that “smooth inter- action of the three… bridges the gap between potential and performance as illustrated above coaching facilities/ equipment, training programs are some factors that could affect the athlete’s performance.
Everyone must have full opportunities, in accordance with his national tradition of sports, for practicing Physical Education and sports, developing his physical fitness and attaining level of achievement in sports which corresponds to his talents. Thus, the practice of Physical Education and sports is a fundamental right for all (Flores, 2010).
Special Program for Sports (SPS). Under the government’s new K+12 education program, sports- oriented students will get the proper guidance on entering sports- related careers through the Special Program on Sports (SPS) of the Department of
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He also added that “Because we want to develop the whole person and not just their physical talents, we require that our athlete-beneficiaries attain a mean percentage score above the national average in the National achievement Test,”.
Essentially, the K to 12 curriculum proposed in 2011 seeks to develop 21st century skills among its learners. These include the cognitive skills of critical thinking, problem-solving and creative thinking; the social or interpersonal skills of communication, collaboration, leadership and cross-cultural skills; self- management skills of self-monitoring and self-direction, as well as task or project management skills, and personal characteristics which are part of ethics, civic responsibility and
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