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Medical P.E.

Medical P.E. Assignments

Medical P.E. Assignment


If you are assigned to the Library by your PE Teacher for only a day or two, you need to either work on  schoolwork,  read SPORTS ILLUSTRATED or use the online library catalog & find a book about a sport or sports figure and read it. There are biographies of sports figures and other books that discuss & show you how to play all different kinds of sports.

If you are in the Library for more than a day or two, you need to complete a research project on a sport that your class is currently studying in PE – OR select a specific drug and its physical effects - OR select a topic from the list below.  Your research project is due to your P.E. teacher on Friday or an alternative date specified by your PE teacher.  If you are on medical PE for an extended period, you will need to complete additional research projects.   One will be due each Friday to your PE Teacher. You can send it to your teacher via email. 


The specific requirements for your PE Research project are listed below.  It can be either a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation or a 4 page double-spaced typed paper in MLA format: 


1.           Use three different resources that are in the Library/Media Center;Two of your sources must be books – either eBook or print.
              The other source of information can be from a valid online website.

2.         You must document the resources that you used to find your information in MLA format on your
             last slide  of your power point OR if writing a paper, create an MLA formatted work cited page.

3.          Note cards and printouts from online sources must be turned in along with your research


There are copies of A GUIDE TO MLA DOCUMENTATION available in the Library to help you.  If you need any assistance when you are doing your research or preparing the final product, ask one of the Library staff.