Physical Literacy and OAA

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Abstract

The application of OAA within the curriculum to improve physical literacy should aim to develop and maintain positive physical activity behaviours and attitudes among our learners by taking a whole child approach. Teachers need to ensure dialogue and behaviours are motivational Pritchard (2017) by selecting and applying a range of engaging physical activities and games, challenges and learning activities. Promoting pupils to explore, play and take risk. Bringing together educational, social and health benefits whilst enabling pupils to move and refine fundamental movement skills.
Original languageEnglish
Volume13
Specialist publicationPhysical Education Matters
Publication statusSubmitted - Mar 2018

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Keywords

  • physical literacy
  • OAA
  • physical education
  • movement skills

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Sharples, G. (2018). Physical Literacy and OAA. Manuscript submitted for publication..
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