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Early Modern European Programs (germany, sweden, Denmark, gr
Transcript of Early Modern European Programs (germany, sweden, Denmark, gr
Where did fair play come from?
Super Important People
Germans - Basedow, Muths, and Jahn
Early Modern European Programs (Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Great Britain)
Sam, Kole, Kyler, Kevin, Terrance
women and ethnic minorities roles
Per Henrik Ling (Sweden)
Royal Gymnastics Central Institute
Developed 3 types of gymnastics:
Goal of restoring health
Helping the weak regain strength
Foundation of physical education
Expression of feelings and thoughts
the women role were during this time live under economic and disciplinary authority of their father until marriage
once married the authority is then passed to their husband
roles depend on the women economic status as well
there a was very minimal roles of minority ethnics
bottom line at this time in history in Europe woman roles were to simply take care of house holds and their husbands.
"Strong Citizens Through Programs In School And The Community"
Gymnastics Influenced By Nationalism
Gymnastics Programs For The Military
Gymnastics Also Influenced By Nationalism.
P.E. Programs Incorporated Into Schools.
Focus On Organized Sports And Games
Puritans Considered Participation Sinful.
Swedish - Ling
Dutch - Nachtegall
British - Maclaren
legacy was playing for the love of the game.
Incorporated and emphasized organized games and sports. "Promotion of health is more important than development of strength."
Germany, Sweden, and Denmark focused their programs mostly on school gymnastics
"Building a strong youth for the defense of Germany"
Physical activity was strongly influenced by nationalism.
Early 1700s and 1800s: