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Nathan Hall, Brent Bradford, José da Costa and Daniel B. Robinson

activities lending to their physical literacy journeys ( Mandigo, 2010 ; Mandigo, Francis, Lodewyk, & Lopez, 2009 ; Whitehead, 2010 )—there is much work to do for AEAs to reach their rightful place in PE programming. In addition to AEAs affording students with opportunities to learn outdoors and beyond the

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Yang Liu and Senlin Chen

.1371/journal.pone.0148038 10.1371/journal.pone.0148038 Belanger , K. , Barnes , J.D. , Longmuir , P.E. , Anderson , K.D. , Bruner , B. , Copeland , J.L. , … Tremblay , M.S. ( 2018 ). The relationship between physical literacy scores and adherence to Canadian physical activity and sedentary

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Bettina Callary, Chelsea Currie and Bradley W. Young

sport participants in westernized countries ( Weir, Baker, & Horton, 2010 ). Further, physical literacy for adults may depend on the capability of organizations to offer trained personnel nuanced in the art of working with older sportspersons ( Jones et al., 2018 ). Importantly, the International Sport

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Brendan T. O’ Keeffe, Ciaran MacDonncha, Kwok Ng and Alan E. Donnelly

fitness in school physical education programs ( Csányi et al., 2015 ; Salin & Huhtiniemi, 2018 ; Shephard, 2018 ). More recently, assessments of physical literacy, including the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy, include HRPF as a key component ( Francis et al., 2016 ). Despite its long history

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Yang Liu, Senlin Chen and Xiangli Gu

from which students construct knowledge of physical activity, fitness, sports, and movement. Knowledge is at the heart of physical literacy and should be learned and applied by learners to make innovation, rather than simply possessed as an outcome of PE (i.e., learning how to learn; Ennis, 2015

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Cecilia Hoi Sze Chan, Amy Sau Ching Ha and Johan Yau Yin Ng

either positive or negative trajectories of PA and weight status ( Stodden et al., 2008 ). An adequate foundation of movement skill competence and a positive perception of competence are noted as important factors to promote one’s physical literacy journey. The important role of FMS as the basis of

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Alex Knowles, Tristan L. Wallhead and Tucker Readdy

physical pursuits/activities throughout the lifecourse ( Whitehead, 2010 ). During the school years phase, this physical literacy can manifest with participation within both in school and outside of school physical activity programs. The school curriculum has been a focus for intervention as it reaches

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Haichun Sun and Tan Zhang

Education for Peace . In W. Pinar & W. Reynolds (Eds.), Understanding curriculum as phenomenological and deconstructed text (pp.  102 – 115 ). New York, NY : Teachers College Press . Chen , A. ( 2015 ). Operationalizing physical literacy for learners: Embodying the motivation to move

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Stephanie Truelove, Andrew M. Johnson, Shauna M. Burke and Patricia Tucker

: Surveillance progress, pitfalls, and prespects . The Lancet, 380 ( 9838 ), 247 – 257 . doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60646-1 Hardman , K. ( 2011 ). Physical education, movement and physical literacy in the 21st century: Pupils’ competencies, attitudes and behaviours . In 6th FIEP European Congress

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Dean Dudley, Nathan Weaver and John Cairney

PE (in this case driven by physical literacy that has phenomenological origins) was a defendable and progressive learning theory. Such a learning theory needs to be sufficiently sophisticated to capture manifestations of learning across multiple learning domains, given the context of PE. Such lessons