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Module 3 Lesson 2

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Transcript of Module 3 Lesson 2

Module 3 Lesson 2
Bridging Conversation

Fill out the left side by agreeing or disagreeing with each statement prior to reading.
Anticipation Guide
The article uses facts and statistics as evidence to develop and support information about sports conditioning for youth. Using this information and the notes you have taken on the text, you will now go back to the Anticipation Guide (Handout 2A) and record your responses to the statements on the right side. Provide supporting evidence for your new responses by referencing something you have read.
Quick Write
Based on the first article we have read, what are the risks and benefits of intense athletic conditioning on the adolescent?
Objective: Students will be able to connect real life experiences to the task and determine skills and knowledge needed to complete the task.
Anticipation Guide
Handout 2B
Review Statements
"Sport Conditioning for Children and Youth"
(Handout 2B)
As we read the text, I want you to focus on risks and benefits of sports conditioning for students that are discussed in the article. As you read, text mark using a “R” for the risks and “B” for the benefits of students in sports. Let’s look at the article.
Mark the text:
B - Benefits
R - Risks
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