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PE/Health Department

6th/7th/8th grade
 
Our programs strives for teaching students Character Education and how to become a productive citizen in society.  We make sure they know that everything we teach them can not only be directly applied to their life now, but they can take, and will have the knowledge with them, the rest of their lives.  Focusing on the Health triangle for physical, mental and social needs, plays a key role in how we go about running our classroom on a daily basis. 
 
Standard(s) we're currently focusing on:
 
6th grade: PE standards
 
Standard 1 Demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns
 
1. Demonstrate movement patterns in dance, gymnastics or fitness (e.g., yoga, Zumba).
2. Demonstrate the critical elements of specialized locomotor and non-locomotor skills in a variety of
          movement forms (e.g., fitness, track and field, martial arts, outdoor activities, aquatics, cycling,
          rollerblading) in controlled settings.
3. Perform simple dance sequences.
 
1. Send, receive, dribble and shoot in game-like practice using appropriate critical elements.
2. Strike an object with hand or implement in game-like practice using appropriate critical elements.
3. Strike and field an object with foot, hand or implement in game-like practice.
4. Send an object to a target in game-like practice using appropriate critical elements.
 
Standard 4 Develop and apply rules, safe practices and procedures in physical activity settings
 
1. Make a conscious decision about playing within the rules, procedures and etiquette of a game or activity.
2. Acknowledge and apply rules to game situations to ensure personal and group safety.
3. Make choices to demonstrate self-direction and effort.
 
 1. Offer positive suggestions to facilitate group progress in physical activities.
2. Demonstrate cooperation with peers of different gender, race and ability in physical activity settings.
3. Show consideration of the rights and feelings of others when resolving conflict.
4. Accept decisions made by the designated official and return to activity.
 
Standard 5 Recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self expression or social interaction
 
1. Describe how being physically active contributes to a healthy body.
2. Describe how being physically active contributes to emotional health.
3. Describe how being physically active contributes to intellectual health.
 
1. Identify enjoyable physical activities.
2. Identify a specific activity the student plays because he or she finds it challenging.
3. Identify a specific activity the student plays because of the opportunities for social interaction.
 
7th and 8th grade: PE Standards
 
 
1.B.2 Strike an object with hand or implement using appropriate critical elements in controlled practice and singles/ small-sided net/wall games.

1.B.3 Strike and field an object with foot, hand or implement using appropriate critical elements in controlled practice and small-sided striking/fielding games.

2.A.2 Defend space and position self in space to prevent opponents from attacking or scoring.

2.A.3 . Select correct decision in game-like settings
Standards we're focusing on everyday!
 
Standard 4: EXHIBITS RESPONSIBLE PERSONAL AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR THAT RESPECTS SELF AND OTHERS.
 
-Safety
-Self direction
-Cooperation
-Respect
-Resolving conflict
 
6th grade: 
 
4.A.1- Make a conscious decision about playing within the rules, procedures and etiquette of a game or activity. 
4.A.2- Acknowledge and apply rules to game situations to ensure personal and group safety. 
4.A.3- Make choices to demonstrate self-direction and effort.
4.B.1- Offer positive suggestions to facilitate group progress in physical activities. 
4.B.2- Demonstrate cooperation with peers of different gender, race and ability in physical activity settings. 
4.B.3- Show consideration of the rights and feelings of others when resolving conflict.
4.B.4- Accept decisions made by the designated official and return to activity.
 
7th grade:
 
4.A.1.- Make a conscious decision about playing within the rules, procedures and etiquette of a game or activity. 
4.A.2- Acknowledge and apply rules to game situations to ensure personal and group safety. 
4.A.3- Engage in activities, stay on task, challenge oneself and take responsibility for actions.
4.B.1- Offer positive suggestions or constructive feedback to facilitate group progress.
4.B.2- Demonstrate cooperation with peers of different gender, race and ability in physical activity settings. 
4.B.3- Resolve conflict with sensitivity to the rights and feelings of others. 
4.B.4- Accept and respect decisions made by the designated official.
 
8th grade:
 
4.A.1- Work cooperatively with peers of differing skill to promote a safe school environment. 
4.A.2- Recognize causes and demonstrate possible solutions to issues related to a safe school environment and physical activity setting. 
4.A.3- Make choices to demonstrate self-direction and effort in individual, small and large group activities without prompts or constant supervision from the teacher.
4.B.1- Provide support or positive suggestions to facilitate group progress or success. 
4.B.2- Demonstrate and encourage respect for individual similarities and differences through positive interaction. 
4.B.3- Resolve conflict with sensitivity to the rights and feelings of others. 
4.B.4- Accept and respect decisions made by the designated official.
 
 
Standard 5: RECOGNIZES THE VALUE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR HEALTH, ENJOYMENT, CHALLENGE, SELF-EXPRESSION AND/ OR SOCIAL INTERACTION.
 
6th grade:
 
5.A.1- Describe how being physically active contributes to a healthy body. 
5.A.2- Describe how being physically active contributes to emotional health. 
5.A.3- Describe how being physically active contributes to intellectual health. 
5.B.1- Identify enjoyable physical activities
5.B.2- Identify a specific activity the student plays because he or she finds it challenging. 
5.B.3- Identify a specific activity the student plays because of the opportunities for social interaction. 
 
7th grade:
 
5.A.1- Identify activities that can provide health benefits for at least three components of fitness. 
5.A.2- Describe how different physical activities have an impact on emotional health. 
5.A.3- Describe how different physical activities have an impact on intellectual health.
5.B.1- Analyze reasons to enjoy specific physical activities. 
5.B.2- Analyze a specific activity the student plays because he or she finds it challenging. 
5.B.3- Analyze reasons to enjoy specific physical activities the student plays because of the opportunities for social interaction. 
 
 
8th grade:
 
5.A.1- Link the health benefits that result from participation in specific physical activities. 
5.A.2- Make a connection between physical activities and emotional health. 
5.A.3- Make a connection between physical activity and intellectual health.
5.B.1- Discuss the reasons for participating in a selected physical activity. 
5.B.2- Discuss the challenging aspects of participating in a selected physical activity. 
5.B.3Discuss the social benefits of participating in a selected physical activity.
We encourage conversations about these standards so you can monitor your child's progress and understanding more effectively. Should you have any questions, please select the staff icon (to the right) for access to teacher e mail.
 
These standards will change as we move on to new material.  Please check back often!