Content Stereotypes-Physical Education.Stereotypes are a concept determined by the general public. Without having a knowledge of the particular subject, just judging it before you know it. When dealing with several standards that we must follow, like a perfect body.
Other examples are present in sports, in this case American football. An activity determined for men, for brutality and for having a great base of contact. Excluding the female group.
Now we have basketball, a game for tall people, of great physical conditioning, who have agility and great reasoning. Having as a general thought the exclusion of women, for not having these issues as developed as men.
This time something different about swimming, which because it is a matter of survival, knowing how to swim is neutral in your group. With the work of both genders.
We will now exemplify as a highlight the female scene in dance, which usually removes men from the subject, due to all the delicacy of each movement.
Finally, women again with gymnastics. An activity without contacts in competitions, which is essential to elasticity and also delicacy in movements. Without being measured to men.