Increase vs Decrease in Exercise

Increase vs Decrease in Exercise
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Storyboard Description

Compare and assess the impact of a decision, like being active or not active!

Storyboard Text

  • DECISION FOR EXERCISE
  • INCREASED EXERCISE
  • Nice pitch, Joe!
  • C'mon, throw that heat!
  • DECISION AGAINST EXERCISE
  • DECREASED EXERCISE
  • Joe decided to join a team to increase his exercise. He really likes his new teammates. Joe is also increasing his social health with physical health.
  • MENTAL HEALTH AND MOOD
  • Joe decides not to try out for the team. He is watching baseball at home alone.
  • A+
  • C-
  • Because of his exercise, Joe is more focused in class and is understanding his new math class. His grades have gone up as well.
  • SLEEP
  • Ah, I can't sleep
  • ZZZ...
  • SLEEP
  • I have so much trouble going to sleep.
  • Joe is sleeping better from putting so much energy in school and sports.
  • Joe has trouble falling asleep at night.
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