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PENZ

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Physical Education New Zealand - support for PE teachers
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everybody seems to talk about this but I'm not that keen...

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Level 1 Physical education / Physical education / Health and physical education / Resources for aligned* standards / NCEA on TKI - NCEA

Level 1 Physical education / Physical education / Health and physical education / Resources for aligned* standards / NCEA on TKI - NCEA | Health & Physical Education | Scoop.it
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ways to check your students know things, within the parameters of the NZC

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Physical Education and Activity Lessons

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Lesson plans for all areas of Physical education and Physical Activity
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generic ideas for when you're getting assessed (if you don't have any...)

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very handy for when they start losing interest...or if they didn't have it to start

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Instantly connect to what's most important to you. Follow your friends, experts, favorite celebrities, and breaking news.
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next-best thing to horse's mouth

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first port of call, always. Not sure why the French one keeps coming up...

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Physical Education - annotated exemplars » NZQA

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examples of where your students should be at

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Health and physical education curriculum achievement objectives / Health and physical education / Learning areas / The New Zealand Curriculum / Curriculum documents / Kia ora - NZ Curriculum Online

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...to check there's some relevance to your subject matter

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Learn Japanese online. With our podcast, learning Japanese is easy. | JapanesePod101.com

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The fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn Japanese and Japanese culture. Start speaking Japanese in minutes with audio and video lessons, audio dictionary, and learning community!
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to give to the rugby players before they go...

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Exercise Encyclopedia » Videos » CoopersGuns Health, Fitness & BodyBuilding

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Exercise Encyclopedia provides a list of applicable exercises with video demonstrations and instructions for every large muscle group in the body
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great interactive exercise library

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Leg before wicket (lbw) is one of the ways in which a batsman can be dismissed in the sport of cricket. The umpire may rule a batsman out lbw if the ball would have struck the wicket but was intercepted by any part of the batsman except his bat. The umpire's decision, however, will depend on a number of criteria, including where the ball pitched, whether the ball hit in line with the wickets and whether the batsman was offering a shot. Lbw first appeared in the laws in 1774, as batsmen began to use their pads to prevent the ball hitting their wicket. Since the 1990s, the availability of television replays and, later, ball-tracking technology to assist umpires has increased the percentage of lbws in major matches. However, the accuracy of the technology and the consequences of its use remain controversial. Owing to its complexity, the law is widely misunderstood among the general public and wrong lbw decisions have sometimes caused crowd trouble. Since the law's introduction, the proportion of lbw dismissals has risen steadily. Statistics reveal that the probability of a batsman being dismissed lbw in a Test match varies depending on where the match is played and which teams are playing. (Full article...)

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usually first place from Google - remember to check THEIR reference!

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