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Physical education teachers should be aware that ELLs may be confused when physical education instructions are not related to students' past learning experiences.
In addition, they do not always receive the physical education instruction they need to develop and refine such skills (Lieberman & McHugh, 2001; Lieberman, Robinson, & Rollheiser, 2006).
The grant program was established by the 2007 Oregon Legislature through the passage of House Bill 3141, which set new requirements for minimum physical education instruction (150 minutes per week in elementary schools, 225 minutes per week in middle schools).
To achieve that level of activity, NASPE and AHA recommend that schools across the country make physical education instruction the cornerstone of a comprehensive school physical activity program that also includes health education, elementary school recess, after-school physical activity clubs and intramurals, walk/bike to school programs, and staff wellness programs.
This is considered a hallmark of effective physical education instruction.
Yet the number of children receiving daily physical education instruction has decreased by 10 percent in the past decade.
Education officials accused the school of failing to provide special-education services, not giving students the 150 minutes of health and physical education instruction per week mandated by state law, having no treasurer on its board, not maintaining student records properly and failing to enroll employees in state-mandated retirement funds and the Social Security System.
According to the National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID), "Qualified teachers with appropriate state-approval, certification, license, or credential in adapted physical education should plan, implement, and evaluate physical education instruction for students with disabilities.