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  • HANDS UP | Part 1 - Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy
    HANDS UP | Part 1 - Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy HANDS UP for Health and Physical Literacy is a three part illustrated video series that will teach children and youth about the importance of physical and health literacy in a fun and engaging way.

    Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy is the first video in the three part series and is intended for children aged 4-9. In this video, children will be introduced to the concepts of physical and health literacy. A general overview of both terms will be introduced and defined in order to help children and youth build the ground level knowledge needed to lead a healthy and active life every day.

    Part 1: Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/_okRtLv-7Sk
    Part 2: Exploring Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/e4PjX9mXYq8
    Part 3: Applying Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/cDudzvfZdBs

    HANDS UP is a bilingual resource.
    Please visit the following:
    Part 1: Introduction au savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/QnHd0LpX1UQ
    Part 2: Exploration du savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/9PMnA0Ivh9Q
    Part 3: L'application de la littératie en matière de santé et d'éducation physique
    http://youtu.be/U0Yt-9-BW_c

    Or for a copy of subtitled videos, please email jennifer@ophea.org

    To download a .mov version of the video, please visit: http://www.ophea.net/product/hands-health-and-physical-literacy

    Written by/ Scénario: James Hartnett
    English Voice Over by/ Narration en anglais: Andrew Hanna
    French Voice Over by/ Narration en français: Thierry Laflamme
    Illustrated by/ Illustration: Liisa Sorsa, Thinklink graphics
    Produced and directed by/ Production et réalisation: Disa Kauk, Dscribe
    DOP by/ Directeur de la photographie: Robin Frigeri, Frigeri Productions
    Edited by/ Montage: David Schmidt
    Sound Design and Audio Mixing by/ Traitement de sons et conception sonore: www.48volts.ca
  • HANDS UP | Part 2 - Exploring Physical & Health Literacy
    HANDS UP | Part 2 - Exploring Physical & Health Literacy HANDS UP for Health and Physical Literacy is a three part illustrated video series that will teach children and youth about the importance of physical and health literacy in a fun and engaging way.

    Exploring Physical & Health Literacy is the second video in the three part series and is recommended for children and youth aged 8-13. It delves deeper into the concepts of physical and health literacy. Children and youth explore the concepts as related to the world around them. Children and youth will gain a deeper understanding of these concepts which lead to a healthy and active life every day.

    Part 1: Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/_okRtLv-7Sk
    Part 2: Exploring Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/e4PjX9mXYq8
    Part 3: Applying Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/cDudzvfZdBs

    HANDS UP is a bilingual resource.
    Please visit the following:
    Part 1: Introduction au savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/QnHd0LpX1UQ
    Part 2: Exploration du savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/9PMnA0Ivh9Q
    Part 3: L'application de la littératie en matière de santé et d'éducation physique
    http://youtu.be/U0Yt-9-BW_c

    Or for a copy of subtitled videos, please email jennifer@ophea.org

    To download a .mov version of the video, please visit: http://www.ophea.net/product/hands-health-and-physical-literacy

    Written by/ Scénario: James Hartnett
    English Voice Over by/ Narration en anglais: Andrew Hanna
    French Voice Over by/ Narration en français: Thierry Laflamme
    Illustrated by/ Illustration: Liisa Sorsa, Thinklink graphics
    Produced and directed by/ Production et réalisation: Disa Kauk, Dscribe
    DOP by/ Directeur de la photographie: Robin Frigeri, Frigeri Productions
    Edited by/ Montage: David Schmidt
    Sound Design and Audio Mixing by/ Traitement de sons et conception sonore: www.48volts.ca
  • HANDS UP | Part 3 - Applying Physical & Health Literacy
    HANDS UP | Part 3 - Applying Physical & Health Literacy HANDS UP for Health and Physical Literacy is a three part illustrated video series that will teach children and youth about the importance of physical and health literacy in a fun and engaging way.

    Applying Physical & Health Literacy is the final video in the three part series and is recommended for youth aged 12-18. It allows youth the opportunities to apply the concepts of physical and health literacy in their own world. Definitions will be reviewed and concepts will be examined at a higher level. Children and youth will have a strong grasp of the skills which lead to a healthy, active life.

    Part 1: Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/_okRtLv-7Sk
    Part 2: Exploring Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/e4PjX9mXYq8
    Part 3: Applying Physical & Health Literacy
    http://youtu.be/cDudzvfZdBs

    HANDS UP is a bilingual resource.
    Please visit the following:
    Part 1: Introduction au savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/QnHd0LpX1UQ
    Part 2: Exploration du savoir-faire physique et en santé
    http://youtu.be/9PMnA0Ivh9Q
    Part 3: L'application de la littératie en matière de santé et d'éducation physique
    http://youtu.be/U0Yt-9-BW_c

    Or for a copy of subtitled videos, please email jennifer@ophea.org

    To download a .mov version of the video, please visit: http://www.ophea.net/product/hands-health-and-physical-literacy

    Written by/ Scénario: James Hartnett
    English Voice Over by/ Narration en anglais: Andrew Hanna
    French Voice Over by/ Narration en français: Thierry Laflamme
    Illustrated by/ Illustration: Liisa Sorsa, Thinklink graphics
    Produced and directed by/ Production et réalisation: Disa Kauk, Dscribe
    DOP by/ Directeur de la photographie: Robin Frigeri, Frigeri Productions
    Edited by/ Montage: David Schmidt
    Sound Design and Audio Mixing by/ Traitement de sons et conception sonore: www.48volts.ca
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  • Physical Education in schools in 1960's   #JFKChallenge
    Physical Education in schools in 1960's #JFKChallenge Check out this awesome video put together to raise funds for a documentary to create a national discussion about this program and the state of PE in public schools.

    In 1962, JFK gave a speech to the nation challenging them to make a “great national effort.” He held the La Sierra High PE up as the model for the nation to follow. 4,000 high schools followed this program. This is the only known digitized copy of his speech. The footage shows one high school PE class. Remember, this is a normal PE class at the high school. This was PE 50 years ago in America! Help us make this happen again. Ron Jones, MS, founder of The Lean Berets (Executive Producer), Doug Orchard (Producer/Director).

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/la-sierra-high-pe
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  • This has just make me cry  A 102 year old woman sees herself as a dancer in the 1930s for the first
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