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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system in an effort to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum.

To extent do you agree or disagree?

The increasing numbers of overweight people assume that integration PE into academic curriculum in school is the best solution for addressing an issue regarding for weight. Admittedly, physical activities play a significant role in making improvements of children’s physical health and prevention from obesity.

In the one hand, students have opportunities to access health-enhancing activities through enrolling in physical lessons in order to prevent obesity and maintain an elastic and flexible body. In fact, by participating in movement activities in school, students are able to reduce large extra calories in the body that is one of the main causes of obesity. Such substances certainly will be more and more stored as fat since virtually all children tend to eat unhealthy food like fast food. In addition, routine physical movement is an inevitably component for building healthy bones and muscular. This can protect against injuries and make body more active. Even recreational sports like football performed in the extra-curriculum provide students chance to play with their fellows in order to increase quick reflexes in them.

On the other hand, through lessons in school, children are more likely to perceive an importance of PE in staying fitness. By encouraging students to engage in physical lessons, they are aware on a responsibility of preservation a healthy life. In turn, they tend to develop an interest in sport and make it a good habit in their daily life. Besides, movement activities like football, tennis also support their absorption of nutrients and digestive procession that have beneficial effects on improvement on appearance and health for later generations.

In conclusion, physical education brings detectable impact on prohibition overweight issues in adolescent. is considered as an inevitable way in prohibition overweight issues in children and adults. Introduction PE into school curriculum is considered as effective way to tackle this problem.

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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system. One way In an effort to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum.

To extent do you agree or disagree?


The increasing numbers of overweight people assume (Numbers do not assume things. They cannot think.) that integration PE (What is "integration PE"?) into (missing word) academic curriculum in school is the best solution for addressing an issue regarding for weight. (wrong phrasing) Admittedly, physical activities play a significant role in making improvements of children’s physical health and prevention from (wrong word) obesity.


Is this what you meant? Overweight people assume that stressing physical education in the school curriculum is the best way to prevent their children from becoming obese adults.


In the one hand, students have opportunities to access health-enhancing activities through enrolling in physical lessons (wrong phrasing) in order to prevent obesity and maintain an elastic and flexible body. In fact, by participating in movement activities in school, students are able to reduce large extra calories (wrong phrasing) in the body that is one of the main causes of obesity. Such substances (wrong word) certainly will be more and more stored as fat since virtually all children tend to eat unhealthy food like fast food. In addition, routine physical movement is an inevitably (wrong form, wrong word) component for building healthy bones and muscular. (wrong form) This can protect against injuries and make (missing word) body more active. Even recreational sports like football performed in the extra-curriculum (wrong phrasing) provide students (missing word) chance to play with their fellows in order to increase quick reflexes in them. (wrong phrasing)

On the other hand, through lessons in school, children are more likely to perceive an (wrong word) importance of PE in staying fitness. (wrong form) By encouraging students to engage in physical lessons, (wrong word) they are aware on (wrong word) a responsibility of preservation a healthy life. (wrong phrasing) In turn, they tend to develop an interest in sport and make it a good habit in their daily life. Besides, movement activities (wrong phrasing) like football, (missing word) tennis also support their (wrong word) absorption of nutrients and digestive procession (wrong phrasing) that have beneficial effects on improvement on appearance and health for later generations.

In conclusion, physical education brings detectable impact on prohibition overweight issues in adolescent. (wrong phrasing) is considered as an inevitable way in prohibition overweight issues (wrong phrasing) in children and adults. Introduction (missing word) PE into (missing word) school curriculum is considered as (missing word) effective way to tackle this problem.

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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system in an effort to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum.

To extent do you agree or disagree?

The percentage of obese children has been increasing alarmingly in modern social life over the past decades that placing the health care system under pressure to tackle this issue. I completely agree the view that the key to solve this problem is that increasing physical activities in school.

To begin with, having more sport and exercises in the curriculum school will help sharpen pupil’s fitness and turn them into active person. In fact, when learners get to access moderate intensity physical activities following their teacher’s instructions, they can increase their energy expenditure in the body. If the energy is not released it will be stored as fat that is a main factor of causing obesity. Besides, by participating in these events, students are more likely to find their passion on any type of sports and develop healthy habit in both now and in the future. Extra-curricular sessions are also encouraged in most of schools, that provide children physical environment to take part in which in turn they become fitter and more active in early stage.

Another benefit of increasing exercise time in school day is that promoting lifelong fitness not only for school-aged kids but also for their parents. Curriculum-based physical education program teaches students how to exercise and provide technical movement skills that they apply them in their daily life. To ensure children to maintain such healthy habit parents willing to get involved in as a way to encourage them. This is an effective and natural method to gain healthy weight and reduce a probability of obesity in public.


In conclusion, having more physical lesson in the school plays an important role in minimizing a risk of childhood obesity and makes young generations fitter and active and make public health improvement.

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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system in an effort to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum.

To extent do you agree or disagree?

The percentage of obese children has been increasing alarmingly in modern social life over the past decades that placing the health care system under pressure to tackle this issue. I completely agree the view that the key to solve this problem is that increasing physical activities in school.

To begin with, having more sport and exercises in the curriculum school will help sharpen pupil’s fitness and turn them into active person. In fact, when learners get to access moderate intensity physical activities following their teacher’s instructions, they can increase their energy expenditure in the body. If the energy is not released it will be stored as fat that is a main factor of causing obesity. Besides, by participating in these events, students are more likely to find their passion on any type of sports and develop healthy habit in both now and in the future. Extra-curricular sessions are also encouraged in most of schools, that provide children physical environment to take part in which in turn they become fitter and more active in early stage.

Another benefit of increasing exercise time in school day is that promoting lifelong fitness not only for school-aged kids but also for their parents. Curriculum-based physical education program teaches students how to exercise and provide technical movement skills that they apply them in their daily life. To ensure children to maintain such healthy habit parents willing to get involved in as a way to encourage them. This is an effective and natural method to gain healthy weight and reduce a probability of obesity in public.


In conclusion, having more physical lesson in the school plays an important role in minimizing a risk of childhood obesity and makes young generations fitter and active and make public health improvement.

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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system in an effort to deal with the health issues involved. Some people think that the best way to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

The health care system is under pressure to reduce the increasing number of obese people. Some people believe that expanding amount of time in physical education in school curriculum is the key to tackle epidemic obesity; I completely agree with this point of view.


Firstly, having more PE class in school make children knowledgeable and be more active. In fact, when students take part in PE lessons, they are not only educated about safe and proper techniques or movements skills, but also how to stay fit and healthy. Such skills and knowledge are necessary for them to apply both inside and outside school. In addition, while having more time in physical education class, sedentary lifestyle is dwindling away in children. Obviously, most school-aged youth spending large of portion of their day sitting in class means that they are more likely to be active and to avoid playing sport with their friends. However, by enforcing pupils to attend moderate intensive physical education in class and engaging them in extra curriculum, they must be more active and fitter.


Secondly, this method also brings long-term benefits to children’s life. Kids completely find their interest in sport through physical activities in class and integrate it into their route activities. Furthermore, their interest might fill through other members in the family or their peers by participating constructive activities such as football, basketball as recreational activities. Parents have a tendency to get involved with their kids as an encouragement way to maintain this healthy habit. In turn, obesity reduction not only happens in youth generations but also in older generations.


In conclusion, having more exercises in PE class is either the effective solution for obesity prevention or the way to promote children’s interest in sport in school and their daily activities.

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The growing number of overweight people is putting a strain on the health care system in an effort to deal with the health problems caused by being too heavy. issues involved. Some people think that the best way to deal with this problem is to introduce more physical education lessons in the school curriculum. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


The health care system is under pressure to reduce the increasing number of obese people. Some people believe that expanding the amount of time spent in physical education in school curriculum is the key to tackle epidemic obesity; I completely agree with this point of view.


Firstly, First, having more PE classes in school make children knowledgeable about the value of exercise and being more active. In fact, when students take part in PE lessons, they are not only educated about safe and proper techniques or movements skills, but also how to stay fit and healthy. Such skills and knowledge are necessary for them to apply both inside and outside school. In addition, while having more time in physical education class, the children's sedentary lifestyle is dwindling away in children. Obviously, most pupils' school-aged youth spending large of portions of their day sitting in class means that they are less more likely to be active and to avoid playing sport with their friends. However, by enforcing them pupils to attend moderately intensive physical education in class and engaging them in extracurricular sports, they will must be more active and fitter.


Secondly, Second, this method also brings long-term benefits to children’s lives. Kids completely find their interest in sport through physical activities in class and integrate it into their routine route activities. Furthermore, their interest might filter fill through to other members in the family or their peers by participating getting them to participate in constructive activities such as football, basketball as recreational activities. Parents have a tendency to get involved with their kids as an encouraging encouragement way to maintain this healthy habit. In turn, obesity reduction not only happens in the younger youth generations but also in older generations.


In conclusion, having more exercises in PE class is either the effective solution for obesity prevention or the way to promote children’s interest in sport in school and their daily activities.