July 2006
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul2006, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p329
Academic Journal
A list of articles related to teaching Physical Education that were published in several journals is presented. The articles include "Fourth Graders' Motivation in an Elementary Physical Education Running Program," by P. Xiang, R. McBride and A. Bruene, "Physical Activity Levels in Middle and High School Physical Education: A Review," by S. Faircloug and G. Stratton, and "Children's Self-Perceptions in the Physical Domain: Between- and Within-Age Variability in Level, Accuracy, and Sources of Perceived Competence," by M.R. Weiss and A.J. Amorose.


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