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CRITICAL THINKING

CRITICAL THINKINGOrder DescriptionCritical ThinkingIn this discussion forum, you will examine your critical thinking, inquiring, and communication skills as they relate to the subject of physical education. Questioning compels thinking and, as thinkers, you assess what you read and incorporate knowledge with your prior understanding of the subject. As part of this discussion, you will read about concepts surrounding physical education and evaluate your previous knowledge on this subject. Then, you will create your own question for your classmates to answer.Complete each of the following sections:Section 1: KWL Chart ()Before reading Chapters 1, 2, and 3, fill in the “What I Know” and “What I Want to Know” section of the following chart. Then read the chapters and complete the “What I Learned” section of the chart*. You will not include the KWL chart in your discussion postKWL ChartTopicWhat I knowWhat I Want to LearnWhat I LearnedThe purpose of physical educationThe health, cognitive and social benefits of physical educationThe characteristics of a quality physical education programThe role of physical education in helping young people develop personal and social responsibilityTheories surrounding the concepts of growth and of development in childrenDownload an editable copy or the KWL Chart here.Section 2: Creating Your Own Discussion Question/PromptFor your initial post, you will create your own discussion prompt based on your own research and review of the chapter readings for this week. Your questions need to originate from one of the concepts introduced in Chapter 1, 2, or 3. These chapters cover a variety of issues that can be further researched.After reading, use your completed chart and chapter readings to formulate a discussion prompt. Your discussion prompt should include all of the following:•An opening question or statement to introduce the topic:?Examples: What are some subjects that a teacher can integrate into a PE lesson? OR List several academic subjects that can be integrated into a PE lesson.•A question or statement that requires further research or thinking on the subject: ?Examples: Do you think that PE teachers should integrate different subjects into their lessons? If so, how do you think this will help students? If not, why would this not be a good idea? OR Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of integrating academic subjects into physical education:•A question or statement that requires the reader to apply it to their own situation, current or future profession. ?Example: How would you implement academic subjects into a PE lesson? OR Give an example of how an academic subject could be integrated into a PE lesson.Additional Tips:•Use words such as: compare, contrast, discuss, evaluate, explain, how, why, or why not.•Your prompt should be open-ended (i.e. it cannot be answered with just a “yes” or a “no” statement, a one-word answer, or a simple definition).•Your prompt can require the reader to do further research on the subject, such as researching a website or outside source.Guided Response: Review and critically answer two of your classmates’ questions. Include any resources that you found to support your answer. You can also include questions in your response that will further the discussion on the topic.