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Resource (i)News article on the positive relationship between physical activity and academic performance Search Tool Used:Google Advance (www. google. com) Search Strategy:I typed it in d Google search, a news article on the positive relationship between physical activity and academic performance. About 2,000,000 results showed. There was a link Positive link between physical activity and academic performance of children (Google (http://www. news-medical. et))I click on that link and it was about the children’s positive link between physical activity and academic performance. So I did Google advance search, typed in what I was exactly look for and the specific words I was looking for. i found a link which said Multiple Studies Prove Positive Relationship Between Physical Activity and Academic Performance (Google Advance (http://blog. coursecracker. com)). I clicked on it and read the article; it was something I was looking for. Citation: Encyclopedia of Britannica. (n. d. ). Retrieved from Encyclopedia of Britannica: http://www. britannica. com/search? uery=Tower+of+Hanoi Google (http://www. news-medical. net). (n. d. ). Retrieved from News Medical: http://www. news-medical. net/news/20120103/Positive-link-between-physical-activity-and-academic-performance-of-children. aspx Google Advance (http://blog. coursecracker. com). (n. d. ). Retrieved from Course Cracker: http://blog. coursecracker. com/2012/01/multiple-studies-prove-positive-relationship-between-physical-activity-and-academic-performance/ www. sportengland. org. (n. d. ). Retrieved from Sports England: http://www. sportengland. org/research/value_of_sport_monitor/education. aspx

Resource (ii)a governmental website that presents empirical evidence of relationship between sports and academic achievement Search Tool Used:Google (www. google. com) Search Strategy:I typed it in d Google search, a governmental website that presents empirical evidence of relationship between sports and academic achievement. About 361,000 results showed. There was a link Educational and lifelong learning (www. sportengland. org). I clicked on this link and so many articles came up regarding sports and academic achievement. One of the topics was sports participation and perceived academic performance of school children and youth.

You can find anything about sports and academic and what the relationship between them is. Citation:www. sportengland. org. (n. d. ). Retrieved from Sports England: http://www. sportengland. org/research/value_of_sport_monitor/education. aspx Resource (iii)famous educational game: Tower of Hanoi Search Tool Used:http://www. britannica. com/ Search Strategy:I clicked on the search engine http://www. britannica. com/. Encyclopedia of Britannica (Encyclopedia of Britannica) page appeared than I typed in Tower of Hanoi in the search dialogue box. About 5 results showed about Tower of Hanoi.

It sad Tower of Hanoi was a puzzle involving three vertical pegs and a set of different sized disks with holes through their centers. The Tower of Hanoi is widely believed to have been invented in 1883 by the French mathematician Edouard Lucas, though his role in its invention has been disputed. Ever popular, made of wood or plastic. When I went to Google and typed www. britannica. com, About 37,300,000 results showed. But when I did advance search no results were showing for Tower of Hanoi. Citation:Encyclopedia of Britannica. (n. d. ). Retrieved from Encyclopedia of Britannica: http://www. britannica. com/search? query=Tower+of+Hanoi