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1

Within organized PA settings, children and youth are only active for....

a small proportion of the time

2

It is recommended that children and youth be active for ___% of a PE lesson.

50%

3

Hollis et al. (2017) conducted a systematic review of _____ _____ in middle and high school PE lessons.

MVPA

4

Across studies, ___% of the time in PE was spent in MVPA.

41%

5

We modify games/sports because children are...

NOT miniature adults

6

We modify games because children lack the...

- physical attributes to effectively perform many sport skills
- cognitive attributes to effectively perform many sport skills or play the "real game"
- motor-skill competencies to effectively perform many sport skills

7

____ and _____ _____ are key times during the day when youth can accumulate ______ ______ levels of PA.

- PE
- organized sports
- health-enhancing

8

Increasing engagement in organized PA settings can:

- ensure early experiences in PA settings are positive
- maximize practice opportunities for skill development
- ensure games are not favouring skilled athletes

9

What does LET US PLAY stand for?

- lines
- elimination
- team size
- uninvolved staff/kids
- space, equipment, rules

10

LET US PLAY was written in context of ___ but can be applied to ____.

- PE
- PA

11

LET US PLAY is designed for _______ aged children.

elementary

12

Benefits of LET US PLAY:

- short and simple
- teachers and students don't have to learn new games (incorporate it)

13

Waiting in line....

- creates boredom
- creates inactivity
- reduces opportunity for skill development
- creates opportunities for disruptive behaviours

14

Lines should be _____ or _____.

- eliminated
- shortened

15

Elimination...

- creates inactivity
- reduces opportunity to learn and practice the skill
- can create humiliation
- creates boredom
- promotes "normative" or "ego" referenced assessments of competence (opposite of master-oriented climate)

16

Larger teams generally means...

- less MVPA for each individual
- less individual contact time with ball/puck (thus less skill development)
- fewer touches means less fun, more boredom
- create more opportunities to "hide", deliberately avoid the ball/puck (further creating skill and activity deficits)
- lower skilled kids may get sense of social isolation within game/activity

17

Large team games, lines, and elimination create ______ children and ____ _____.

- uninvolved
- waste time

18

Uninvolved teachers/coaches can also discourage ___ and ______ in kids.

- PA
- engagement

19

To discourage uninvolvement...

- teachers/coaches should actively participate in the activity (be a good role model)
- enthusiastically encourage and support involvement/engagement (enthusiasm promotes enthusiasm)
- create mastery (as opposed to normative) motivational climates

20

With LET US PLAY, we need to see if space can be _____/_____ into _____ or ____ areas.

- divided/modified
- smaller
- larger

21

With LET US PLAY, we need to see if you have enough _____ or the right ____ (eg. ____ ______ _____).

- equipment
- equipment
- age appropriate equipment

22

With LET US PLAY, we need to see if adult rules _____ or _____ the child's experience in the game/activity (eg.....)

- enhance
- inhibit
- offside rule in soccer, body contact rules in hockey