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    Tennis Tests for PE

    Hey, I am a PE teacher in High School. I am looking for any web sites that anyone knows of that would have a decent test for my students after our tennis unit is completed. Any suggestions?

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    Great question!
    Did you have any luck?

  3. #3
    HERE IS A HINT, GET YOUR TEST, AND STICK IT. P.E IS NOT FOR TESTS, DONT TRY TPO CHANGE IT, I HATE PEOPLE LIKE YOU!!!!! GOOD GOD, STUDENTS STUDY ALL DAY WITHOUT P.E TEACHERS GIVING THEM TESTS!! ITS CALLED PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR A REASON YOU KNOW!!! GIVE STUDENTS A BREAK YOU IDIOT!!!!

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    Talking

    i love henin

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    There is a great webisite that has all the tools for P.E.Teachers. It has great products with awesome game plans. Look at the training aids section.
    http://www.tennissavvy.com

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    Talking Pure.Storm.Sucks

    Pure.Storm must be a fat lazy couch potato...
    Here is a P.E teacher that wants to gain some knowledge to do something extra for kids and you're dissing the person?
    The reason for "testing" kids physical condition is to gauge what they can/can't do and to DO something about it. Is it surprizing that a lot of kids are lazy and overweight today? Playstation, Computers, e-mail, chatrooms.
    Test more kids in P.E and get them off their butts and get them on the tennis court and on the playing field!

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