Daily Physical Activity (DPA) for Special Needs Students

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Essay #: 066848
Total text length is 8,850 characters (approximately 6.1 pages).

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The beginning:
DBA Activities for Special Needs Students
Analysis
What daily physical activity (DPA) activities and games can be implemented to address issues of self-esteem with special needs students? The literature review disclosed three basic themes in this domain: (a) Inclusion, (b) interaction, and (c) joyfulness. This section contains a discussion of each of these themes, including original analysis that builds on the relevant literature. The overall theme of the paper is that there are several pathways through which DPA can build self-esteem in special needs students. The best practice should be to try to cover all of these pathways, at least to the extent possible given resource constraints, so that special needs students’ needs are being met...
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