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09_RUS_QSPE_3pp.pdf

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-          Can a students cultural background affect their participation in Physical Education?

Student A is an 11 year old indigenous boy who lives in Alice Springs. He comes from a low socio-economic area, and excels at Australian Rules Football. He is a hard worker who wants to move to a capital city and pursue a future in the sport. 
Student B is an 11 year old caucasion boy who lives in the heart of Melbourne. He comes from a middle-high socio-economic area and his father is the president of a local AFL football club. He possesses the exact same skill set as Student A, however he lacks the passion that Student A has. 

-          What barriers may Student A face in getting the same opportunities as Student B and why? 

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08_RUS_QSPE_3pp.pdf

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As students progress throughout high school, they will be challenged with various aspects of school life that some may find easier than others. In regards to physical education, there is a constant debate  as to whether these aspects are seen as equal or equitable. This is where Figueroa's Framework is used, as it identifies and distinguishes the different aspects students may face in their lives and how that may affect their participation in sport.  

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