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A Comparison Of An Interdisciplinary Connected Teaching Model Involving Literacy And Physical Activity For 3rd And 4th Graders At Two Elementary Schools On Their Motor Skills, Fitness Levels And Literacy Skills In An After-School Program.

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Title: A Comparison Of An Interdisciplinary Connected Teaching Model Involving Literacy And Physical Activity For 3rd And 4th Graders At Two Elementary Schools On Their Motor Skills, Fitness Levels And Literacy Skills In An After-School Program.
Other Titles: A Comparsion Of An Interdisciplinary Connected Teaching Model Involving Literacy And Physical Activity For 3rd And 4th Graders At Two Elementary Schools On Their Motor Skills, Fitness Levels And Literacy Skills In An After-School Program.
Authors: Solomon, John
Issue Date: May 2005
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/10484
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Appears in Collections:M.S. - Kinesiology and Leisure Science



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