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The school also needs to watch out for the impacts that the programs has on the students. If the student do not take to the program implemented, they are likely not to participate hence the inevitable failure of the program. Nutrition and physical fitness is important for students because it offers many great benefits such as improved self esteem and confidence, improved performance in class and a general improvement in the physical health of the students (Jackson 56).
If the students are in good shape, it reflects in their general self esteem. For teenagers, what others think is more important to them that what they think about themselves. Kids can be cruel in high school as is well known by all. They are bound to make fun of a fellow kid if they were seen as unhealthy and unfit. If the students are physically fit, it instills some form of confidence in them and makes them feel like they are actually worthy. This is a decision made based on their mastery of skills and the aspects of the physical programs. This in turn makes the student more aggressive, have more self-control, be more independent and have more confidence.
In addition, physical fitness among the students will reflect in other areas of the curriculum. The students are bound to perform better in class and this benefit them and the school as well. Every management wants the society to see them succeeding and therefore, good student performance reflects well on the managements performance (Jackson, 43).
Physical exercise has always been known to be a way through which one can relieve stress. Engaging in physical exercise does not only improve the physical health of the students, but also can be a way for the children to rid themselves of any form of tension and anxiety that they may be experiencing. Consequently, this will improve the student’s emotional stability and resilience.
The programs set up for improved physical health can be an
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This research project therefore looks towards instructional reforms along the correlation between Literacy instruction not only in improving literacy in general, but also in alleviating the lack of self-esteem in learners. It attempts to establish the necessarily co-dependent nature of elevating a student’s self esteem while raising their literacy levels during a Wave 3 intervention activity.
The most appropriate research design for this particular study falls into the category of Quasi-Experimental Designs and in particular the Comparison Group Pre-Test Post-Test design.This design involves the set up of two different groups that are set up by the researcher, one with the element of the study involved and one without it.
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