Student: Exercise and Badminton Club Essay

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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Year 11 Physical Education
Participation in Physical Activity – Badminton

Written by Valeria Ponzin

Badminton and Figueroa’s Framework

Introduction
The purpose of this research is to connect Figueroa’s Framework to my decision to join or not a badminton club. After close examination I choose the 2 levels that for me have the most significant impact on people’s decision on sports and describe them linking with badminton.
Badminton
Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it
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|FREE! |FREE! |
|Seniors/Pensioners* |FREE! |FREE! |FREE! |
|Children under 18* |FREE! |FREE! |FREE! |
|Husband & Wife |$40 |$35 |$25 |

As shown in the table the cost for students under 18 is free. It has a big impact in the individual level of a person; if I was a person with financial problems probably I would join this club, it would make me happy playing this game for free and having fun.
Also the same club offers 4 clubs around South East Queensland:

•Brisbane - North – Boondall
•Brisbane - South - Clairvaux MacKillop College
•Brisbane - South - MacGregor State High School
•Brisbane - South - Mansfield State High School

Time is another common reason given for not participating in sport or

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