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physical education

n. Abbr. PE
Education in the care and development of the human body, stressing athletics and including hygiene.

physical education

n
(Education) training and practice in sports, gymnastics, etc, as in schools and colleges. Abbreviation: PE

phys′ical educa′tion


n.
instruction in sports, exercise, and hygiene, esp. as part of a school or college program.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.physical education - training in the development of and care for the human bodyphysical education - training in the development of and care for the human body; stresses athletics; includes hygiene
education - knowledge acquired by learning and instruction; "it was clear that he had a very broad education"
Translations
تَربِيَه بَدَنِيَّه، رِياضَه
tělesná výchova
gymnastikidræt
tjelesni odgoj
체육
telovadba
beden eğitimi

physical education

neducazione f fisica

physical

(ˈfizikəl) adjective
1. of the body. Playing football is one form of physical fitness.
2. of things that can be seen or felt. the physical world.
3. of the laws of nature. It's a physical impossibility for a man to fly like a bird.
4. relating to the natural features of the surface of the Earth. physical geography.
5. relating to physics. physical chemistry.
ˈphysically adverb
physical ˈeducation noun (abbreviation)
PE; physical training (gymnastics) and sport taught as a subject at school.
References in classic literature ?
The pond was only four feet deep, and as Miss Wilson set much store by the physical education of her pupils, leave was given for skating.
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An enhanced school-based physical education program involves curriculums and changes that increase the amount of time students in kindergarten through high school engage in moderate and vigorous activity during physical education class.
For a second time within a week, physical education teachers carried out a protest against the "injustice" meted out to them, by holding a protest march and sit-in at the venue of the district sports meet in Kannur on Friday.
Teacher David Wynne said: "We know that being physically active at primary school is closely linked to the future health of our children and that as a key part of our community we should provide every child with the opportunity to enjoy and participate in high quality physical education and extracurricular clubs.
As an essential part of overall education, physical education lesson enables pupils to learn how to move and learn through movements.
Meant to be used with Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, this 20-chapter guide details the practical application of principles of teaching physical education.
Physical Education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach provides a fine collection of strategies and tools to help physical education teachers design curriculum that includes kids with autism spectrum disorders.
Interestingly, these posts are of the level of university director of physical education and sports, and candidates as old as 50 years can apply for it.
First, let's ask why schools should consider the integration of physical education and core academic subjects.
Students taking the new Leaving Certificate subject from September 2018 will sit the first Leaving Certificate Physical Education (LCPE) exam in 2020.

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