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(2) Wexham School takes

(2) Wexham School takes a consultative approach to integrating sport into teaching. For instance, teenage girls and PE do not normally mix because young women can be self-conscious and are wary of body image. Here, though, girls are asked about what kind of activity they’d enjoy taking part in and what puts them off. In addition, when girls said they’d like to try aerobics, a specialist teacher was hired to run the sessions. Asking students what they’d like to wear during sport lessons and designing a more flattering and comfortable PE kit is another example of the school’s canny approach. 17 , the hope is that adopting an active lifestyle now will encourage sports participation into adulthood. (3) On average, Wexham runs five different after-school activities each day that pupils can participate in fully, or dip in and out of, as the mood takes them. Pre-school activities are always followed with children sitting down and eating a proper breakfast together, as part of the focus on good nutrition. The canteen has recently been refurbished and now serves only healthy food. (4) Students who are less keen on sport are gently encouraged to try things out without any need to commit themselves to an activity long-term. “It’s about building up their self-esteem,” says Dale. “In general our sports curriculum uses a model where the students direct what goes on, design their own sports activities, referee matches and then assess how things went.” (5) Jeff Richardson, head teacher, says: “I think what happens sometimes is that schools try to use sport programmes to attack the symptoms of a problem rather than what causes it. If attendance and behaviour are poor and relationships between teachers and students are dysfunctional, introducing sport and PE isn’t going to solve anything. Building trusting relationships is key to getting children to give an activity a go. Students who feel on safe ground will try things out, and it’s the style and manner and spirit with which staff relate to students that encourage them to step outside their comfort zones.” The Guardian, 2007 Kies bij 17 in alinea 2 het juiste antwoord uit de gegeven mogelijkheden. a. ironically b. of course c. then again TIP For watching & listening there usually are no info gap exercises. So there is no need to practice this! Go online and login to do Fast ForWord and improve yourself even more! Keep up the good work! Go online and login to do Reading Assistant and improve your reading even more! Keep up the good work! 78 EXAM PREPARATION - EXTRA PRACTICE - BBL