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  • Subjects And Pe And Sport
    431 words
    Sport at school should NOT be compulsory. Sports training and PE take up time that could be better spent learning other subjects, and PE and Sport are not as important as other subjects like maths, science etc. It is also my belief that it students should have the right to choose whether or not we do sport / PE, because we are allowed to choose the subjects that are more important, so why are we not allowed to choose whether or not we do sport Every year in PE, we do the same sports and the same...
  • Every Mexican
    456 words
    Stereotyping in Society I think it is pretty hard to go through a week without experiencing at least two or three incidents where someone or a group of people is being stereotyped. Whether it comes from jokes, television, comics, or just hearing people talk about other people, stereotyping is around all the time. The first example of stereotyping that I witnessed comes from the television show 'That 70's Show. ' At least every episode the 'crew,' or group of friends always hang out, and they hav...
  • Sports Grounds Near Every School
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    GREAT BRITAIN. The official name of this country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is divided into four parts: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland. The British Isles are group of islands lying off the north -west coast of the continent of Europe. England, Wales and Scotland are in Great Britain, Northern Ireland is situated in the north-eastern part of Ireland. There are no high mountains, no very long rivers, no great forest in U.K. The climate of the Britis...
  • Sport
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    The topic of whether boxing should be banned has been a highly debated topic in our society with ample amount of points both for and against the argument. The sport boxing comes under the category of "blood sports" even this name implies that the sport is violent and lays a bad example for society to follow. Many people would say that this is the case and many parents feel they do not want their child to be trained to hurt and damage other people. And if possible they would like the sport outlaw...
  • People In My Skate Group
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    Imagine that you " ve just turned 16 and your parents bought you a brand new Mustang. You " re cruising on the street at approximately 25 miles per hour. So maybe you " re not breaking the speed limit, but everyone's staring. You feel the light breeze through your hair. Then you " re in the air, 12 feet high. Finally, you land on your back and come this (gesture 6 in.) close to cracking your skull. What happened? You were skating. As Aaron Spohn, a well respected ramp builder for the National In...
  • Skiers And Snowboarders
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    Where is the Sportsmanship If you are a real fan of the San Francisco 49 ers, then most likely, you hate the Dallas Cowboys. It is obvious that those teams dislike each other and so do their fans. I remember Deon Sanders being San Francisco's big hero but as soon as Deon went to Dallas, I started seeing San Francisco fans holding up card board signs that said: "DEON WHO" And of course, before Deon played for Dallas. None of the Cowboys' fans liked him. The difference between when Deon played for...
  • Class Equality In Sports
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    Canadian sport is divided amongst its classes. Not all people engage in the same sports or do the same things to stay physically active. In following pages, I have critically examined explanations on how to tell there are differences within classes, and what these differences mean to sport and physical activity in Canada. After examining some reasons why there is division within classes in Canadian sport, I will discuss what steps or measures would be necessary to take in order to achieve equali...
  • Extreme Sport
    993 words
    Life is Full of Choices, Why Not Go EXTREME?" Extreme sports have boomed since the early '90s" (Pet recca 16). It is hard to believe that such activities as sky diving, snowboarding, bungee jumping, and the up and coming razor scooter have been labeled as so-called "extreme sports". What characteristics must a sport have to labeled extreme? Perhaps it is the lack of safety, or the inability to create specific rules for these sports. Maybe it is the fact that these sports are just recently becomi...
  • Personal Achievement And Sport Officials
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    The Issue of Sport The material I have studied for the Issue of Sport has helped me understand more about living in our contemporary world. The film and the screenplay 'StrictlyBallroom' along with newspaper articles and the television documentary on Sport made me understand why sport is important in our society. Sport involves many things such as competition, dirty tactics, personal achievement and sport officials. Firstly, whenever there is sport, there is competition. There is competition for...
  • Sport
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    I chuckle to myself every time I think about this. I am perceived as a mild-mannered, intelligent individual until I mention that I am involved in riflery. It is interesting to watch someone's expression change. It is as if I instantaneously grew a pair of horns and a sharp set of claws. Believe me this gets worst; I am a member of the NRA. I try to tell these folks that I belong to the NRA to fire my rifle. "Oh my God! You fire real guns with real bullets!" they remark with a perplexed look on ...
  • Cause Of The Religion Element Of Sports
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    Religious Sports At first impression it would normally be assumed there is little, if any, relationship between religion and sports. Sports are a competitive, dynamic, and to a great degree, group activity. Religion, on the other hand, is a non-competitive process based more on self-experience, It is hard to associate saying one's prayers in churches or temples with cheering for football teams in the World Cup. However, let us look at how sports came into being. At the time when producing forces...
  • Vote For A New Sports Stadium
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    The city of Denver, Colorado has recently put onto the election ballot, the vote for a new sports stadium to be located within the city of Denver. This Stadium will replace the existing Mile High Stadium, built in 1947, which provides facility for sports entertainment such as football and baseball, as well as social events such as concerts and automobile competitions. An evaluation of opinions for the new stadium is mixed. Funding for the new stadium will come from sales tax revenue within the D...
  • Good Sport
    349 words
    should sports be required in school. recently ive been given a topic for debate on this and here is what i'vs. e found. IF WHOLE CLASSes were required to play a sport than the people whod dint want to be there would ruin the expierence for the people who did want too be there. the people who didnt want to be there wouldnt care if the team won or loss. if they werent there then there would be only people who wanted to be there on the team. also many people dont have time to be there and are invol...
  • Sumo And Other Sports
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    The topic I chose is Japanese sports and games, especially sumo and other sports. I chose Japan because I went to a camp where some Japanese tourists were staying and I met some great people. They were so friendly and kind that I want to find out more about their culture. I chose sports because I like to play sports and I'm interested in what kinds of things they like to do in their free time. I took a Japanese odyssey class in elementary school and I learned some interesting facts about the Jap...

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