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Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: High School
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

3. Apply rules, principles, problem-solving skills and concepts to traditional and nontraditional movement settings

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Analyze and explain training and conditioning practices that have the greatest impact on skill acquisition and successful performance in a variety of lifelong activities (DOK 1-3)
  2. Create or modify practice and training plans based on evaluative feedback of skill acquisition and performance in a variety of lifelong activities (DOK 1-4)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of training and participating year-round in one sport, or training and participating in multiple sports in a year?
  2. How does one develop an appropriate personal fitness program?
  3. What techniques can be employed to maintain motivation?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals develop and implement a fitness program that utilizes appropriate training principles necessary for a lifetime of fitness such as jogging two days per week, or lifting weights two days a week.
  2. Periodically evaluate the effectiveness of one's personal fitness program.

Nature Of:

  1. The integration of the health and skill-related fitness components in designing and implementing a personal fitness plan supports a healthy, active lifestyle.
  2. Ongoing feedback and assessment are necessary to determine the effectiveness of a personal fitness program.

Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: Sixth Grade
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

3. Use information from a variety of resources to improve performance

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Use basic understanding of the knowledge of strategies in activity settings such as moving to open space to receive a pass or intercepting an object (DOK 1-3)
  2. Analyze and correct errors in movement patterns, and provide and use feedback from a peer or instruction technology (DOK 1-4)
  3. Develop a cooperative movement game that uses locomotor skills, object manipulation, and an offensive strategy, and teach the game to another person (DOK 1-4)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. How can aspects of movement contribute to the aesthetic dimension of physical activity?
  2. When would the use of video feedback be more useful for learning a skill than feedback from a peer or teacher?
  3. What resources could one use to improve performance?
  4. What resource works best for you in improving performance? Why?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals show family members how to play a game that uses locomotor skills.
  2. Individuals use the Internet to study strategies of a game.

Nature Of:

  1. Knowing and understanding concepts of movement and skill mechanics improve performance in a specific skill, and provide the foundation for transfer of skills in a variety of sports and activities.
  2. Technology can be used as a tool to improve physical performance. For example, pulse monitors maximize performance.
  3. The implementation of effective offensive, defensive, and cooperative strategies is beneficial for all players to be successful in game situations.

Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: Fourth Grade
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

2. Provide and receive feedback to and from peers using the major characteristics of mature locomotor and manipulative skills

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Use peer assessment tools to recognize and evaluate the critical elements of movement in a variety of physical activities (DOK 1-3)
  2. Identify critical elements of movements skills when watching a video for self assessment (DOK 1-3)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. Why is it important to know the critical elements of movement?
  2. Why is it important to improve physical skills?
  3. What can a partner tell one about one's skills that he or she cannot see oneself?
  4. Why is it helpful to give feedback to a peer?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals watch people performing sports to learn elements of movement for evaluating locomotor and manipulative skills.
  2. Individuals use videos cameras to record elements of movement for evaluating locomotor and manipulative skills.
  3. Individuals ask friends for advice about their performance of locomotor skills when playing games.

Nature Of:

  1. The knowledge and understanding of concepts of movement and skill mechanics improve performance in a specific skill, and provide the foundation for transfer of skills in a variety of sports and activities.
  2. Ongoing feedback and assessment is necessary in determining the effectiveness of personal goal-setting strategies.

Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: Second Grade
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

3. Use feedback to improve performance

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Use self feedback to identify strengths and weaknesses as well as modifications that need to be made to improve the performance of a skill or physical movement (DOK 1-3)
  2. Use instructor feedback to identify strengths and weaknesses as well as modifications that need to be made to improve performance of a skill or physical movement (DOK 1-2)
  3. Identify methods to keep the brain healthy and ready to learn (DOK 1)
  4. Identify brain-healthy foods (DOK 1)
  5. Describe the role of water as an essential nutrient for the body and brain (DOK 1-3)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. Why is water essential for the body?
  2. When trying to improve skills, is it better to correct weaknesses or expand on strengths? Why?
  3. Which health habit is most important? Why?
  4. What are the advantages of instructor feedback over self feedback?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals examine the effects of limited water consumption after playing or doing yard work on a hot day.

Nature Of:

  1. The knowledge and understanding of concepts of movement and skill mechanics improve performance in a specific skill, and provide the foundation for transfer of skills in a variety of sports and activities.
  2. The use of self and instructor feedback identifies strengths and weaknesses to improve performance.
  3. Keeping the brain healthy keeps the body healthy.
  4. Understanding the important relationship between the brain and its impact on physical performance and academic learning is integral in the development of the whole child.

Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: First Grade
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

3. Establish a beginning movement vocabulary

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Distinguish between a jog and a run, a hop and a jump, and a gallop and a slide (DOK 1-2)
  2. Respond appropriately to a variety of cues (DOK 1-2)
  3. Recognize personal space, high and low levels, fast and slow speeds, light and heavy weights, balance, and twist (DOK 1-2)
  4. Discuss personal space, general space, and boundaries (DOK 1-3)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. How can there be a game with no boundaries?
  2. What are some similarities in different types of locomotor movements?
  3. What makes a jog different from a run?
  4. Why is it important to have personal space?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals perform movements safely on command.
  2. Individuals recognize when to jog, run, hop, jump, gallop, or slide in an activity performed at home.
  3. Individuals recognize when boundaries and personal space are needed in physical activities.

Nature Of:

  1. The knowledge and understanding of concepts of movement and skill mechanics improve performance in a specific skill, and provide the foundation for transfer of skills in a variety of sports and activities.
  2. Individuals who learn the benefits of motor skills are more likely to participate in health-enhancing forms of physical activity throughout life.

Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level Expectations: Kindergarten
Standard: 1. Movement Competence & Understanding in Physical Education

Prepared Graduates: (Click on a Prepared Graduate Competency to View Articulated Expectations) - (Remove PGC Filter)

Concepts and skills students master:

2. Locate the major parts of the body

Evidence Outcomes 21st Century Skill and Readiness Competencies

Students Can:

  1. Move specified body parts in response to a variety of sensory cues such as auditory or visual (DOK 1-2)
  2. Identify body planes such as front, back, and side (DOK 1)

Inquiry Questions:

  1. Which body parts are unable to move?
  2. Why do we walk on two feet?
  3. Which are stronger - arms or legs? Why?
  4. What in their arms and legs helps people to move?
  5. When would it be important to be able to change directions quickly?

Relevance & Application:

  1. Individuals play "head, shoulders, knees, and toes" with parents.
  2. Individuals identify body parts correctly.
  3. Individuals identify the front, back, and side of the body.

Nature Of:

  1. Understanding the important relationship between the brain and its impact on physical performance and academic learning is integral in the development of the whole child.
  2. The brain helps the body to learn how to move.