Physical Education: Jumping Rope

 I can jump a single rope by myself more than once.

The student will demonstrate approaching mature form and the correct critical elements (small isolated parts of the whole skill or movement) of locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills.

l. Demonstrate consecutive jumps (more than one) with a self-turn rope.

Physical Education: Basketball (2)

Learning Target:

Dribbling- Stationary

Learning Target:

Passing-Bounce pass

Physical Education: Basketball

  1. Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. (Motor Skill Development)
  2. Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms. (Anatomical Basis of Movement)
  3. Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (Fitness Planning)
  4. Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives. (Social Development)

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease. (Energy Balance)

5 Components of Fitness

Learning Objective: I can repeat the 5 components of fitness ( 5 COF) using my 5 COF “hand poster”  correctly.

The student will ­describe the components and measures of health-related fitness.

  1. Explain the health-related components of fitness (cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition).
  2. Identify one measure for each component of health-related fitness.
  3. Demonstrate one activity for each component of health-related fitness.

Middle School APE Personal Fitness

Learning Objective:  I can do 3 exercises safely and help my body get stronger (heart & muscles).

SOL:  4.3d:  4.3d Identify activities that can be done at school and activities that can be done at home to meet fitness goals. , 5.3ff) Explain the relationship between heart rate and cardiorespiratory fitness, 6.3dd) Describe how being physically active leads to a healthy body, 7.3aa) Identify safe practices for improving physical fitness, 8.3cc) Demonstrate use of technology tools to assess, monitor/record, and improve personal fitness, 9.3cc) Explain the characteristics, including scientific principles and concepts, of safe and appropriate muscular-stretching, muscular-strengthening, and cardiorespiratory exercise programs to improve the health-related components of fitness.

Adapted Physical Education – Basketball