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Grading and Standards

1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
      • Demonstrate body and spatial awareness during movement.
        • Demonstrate the ability to move in general space in a group of students without bumping into others.
      • Develop a variety of locomotor skills (walk, run, jog, hop, jump, leap, skip, gallop, etc.)
      • Demonstrate the ability to move in different speeds (fast, medium, slow)
      • Demonstrate the ability to move in different pathways (straight, curvy, zig-zag)
      • Demonstrate understanding of a boundary and identify if an item is inside or outside of the boundary.
      • Demonstrate the ability to move synchronously with others (follow the leader)
      • Locate and move the major parts of the body (head, shoulders, arms, fingers, torso, knees, feet, toes, legs, etc.)
 
2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (participation, active in class)
      • Explain that the purpose of PE is to be physically active and to learn about making bodies healthy and strong.
      • Identify activities that will increase heart rate.
      • Participate in class activities.
      • Differentiate between PE (a graded subject) and recess (un-structured, self selected play time for students)
3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
      • Demonstrate respect for self, others, and equipment.
        • Share equipment, space, and time.
        • Take turns.
      • Demonstrate the ability to follow directions.
      • Participate in class using school procedures such as raise a hand to speak and wait to be called on.
      • Keep hands to oneself when near others (such as sitting to listen to instructions, or in a line to enter or exit class).
      • Develop the ability to work with a partner. 
4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
      • Apply safe practices, rules, and procedures in class.
      • Identify proper footwear for PE (athletic shoe that ties or has velcro).
      • Demonstrate the ability to remain within a boundary for activities.
1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
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2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (active participation in class)
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3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
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4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
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1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
      • Demonstrate the ability to safely (without bumping into others) and smoothly produce different locomotor movements at different speeds and in different pathways.
      • Combine different locomotor patterns and skills or change smoothly from one pattern to another (run and jump) (hop sideways) (walk backwards).
      • Demonstrate control and balance in traveling and weight bearing activities.
      • Use feedback to improve performance.
      • Expand movement vocabulary to include right, left, dominant and non-dominant hands and feet.
            • Produce different locomotor skills while dribbling a basketball.
            • Produce 10 consecutive jumps with an individual jump rope.
            • Demonstrate the ability to turn a long jump rope with a partner to allow a third student to jump rope.
            • Differentiate between an overhand throw and an underhand toss.
            • Identify the major body process steps of producing an overhand throw (point to target, step non-dominant foot towards target, high elbow, throw, and follow through)
            • Demonstrate the ability to track a thrown ball to attempt to catch.
            • Differentiate between dribbling with feet, kicking for distance, and punting a ball.
            • Identify how teams can be differentiated (colors, boundary lines, etc.)
 
2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (active participation in class)
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Identify healthy habits for personal wellness.
      • Identify healthy food choices.
      • Determine the proper amount of sleep to get every night (8-10 hours)
      • Identify water as being essential to the body to be healthy.
 
            • Participate in large group games and activities. (tag, parachute, obstacle courses, PACER running, etc)
            • Participate in team/group activities or games. (relays, battleship, castle ball, kickball, ambassador ball, team handball, crab soccer, etc.)
 
3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
      • Demonstrate positive and helpful behaviors and words towards others.
      • Participate without displaying distracting behavior.
      • Encourage others to try their best and stay on task.
 
4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
      • Apply rules, procedures, and safe practices in the PE classroom.
      • Avoid touching or using equipment unless instructed to do so.
      • Display safe behavior with equipment and display concern for the safety of others.
      • Wear appropriate footwear in PE (athletic shoes that tie or velcro).
1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
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2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (active participation in class)
      •  
 
3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
      •  
4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
      •  
1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
      •  
2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (active participation in class)
      •  
 
3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
      •  
4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
      •  
1. Movement Competence and Understanding   (movement skills and knowledge/understanding)
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2. Physical and Personal Wellness   (active participation in class)
      •  
 
3. Social Emotional Wellness   (working with others)
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4. Prevention and Risk Management   (safety)
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