General Outcome A: Skill Acquisition

Skill Locomotor and Nonlocomotor Grade 4 Perform and refine general locomotor and non-locomotor sequences. Consistently and confidently receive, retain and send an object with control Grade 5 Perform ad refine more challenging sequences. Grade 6 Perform, refine challenging sequences. Grade 7 Improve and refine functional quality of skills. Grade 8 Combine and perform specific skills in a variety of activities. Grade 9 Apply and refine skills to a variety of activities with increased control.

Manipulative

Consistently and confidently receive, retain and send objects with control in more challenging situations

Demonstrate ways to receive, retain and send an object with increasing accuracy

Demonstrate ways to receive, retain and send an object with varying speeds and accuracy

Demonstrate ways to receive, retain and send an object with varying speeds, accuracy and distance. (practice without an object) Select, perform, refine and apply skills in alternative environments Identify and evaluate specific strategies and tactics that coordinate effort with others.

Apply and refine ways to receive, retain and send an object with increased speed, accuracy and distance in skills specific to an activity Select, perform, refine and apply skills in alternative environments Create and plan activities that emphasize specific strategies and tactics that coordinate effort with others.

Alternative environments

Select, perform and refine skills in alternative environments Demonstrate critical thinking and problemsolving to modify games and achieve outcomes. Coordinate effort with others. (Focus on a common activity goal.) Select, perform, refine basic skills e.g. cross country running
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Select, perform and refine skills in alternative environments Apply critical thinking and problem-solving to create competitive and cooperative modified games that involve everyone. Coordinate effort with others. (Lead-up games.) Select, perform, refine e.g. hacky sack

Select, perform and refine skills in alternative environments Demonstrate sport specific skills to create competitive and cooperative modified games that involve everyone. Coordinate effort with others. Moving toward more formal games.) Select, perform, refine activity-specific skills e.g. track and field/ athletics
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Select, perform, refine and demonstrate skills in alternative environments Demonstrate basic skills in a variety of games and more challenging strategies and tactics that coordinate efforts with others,

Games

Individual Activities

Demonstrate activity specific skills e.g. power walk

Select perform and refine activity specific skills e.g. wrestling
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Apply and refine activity specific skills e.g. fitness activities

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General Outcome B: Understanding Health Benefits
Category Functional Fitness Grade 4 Identify the nutritional needs related to physical activity. Demonstrate and describe ways to achieve personal functional fitness through participation in physical activity. Grade 5 Explain the relationship between nutritional habits and physical activity. Demonstrate and select ways to achieve personal functional fitness. Explain the components of fitness: strength, endurance, cardio-respiratory and relate these to personal fitness level Grade 6 Explain the relationship between nutrition and performance in physical activity. Demonstrate and select ways to achieve personal functional fitness. Explain the components of fitness: strength, endurance, cardiorespiratory and relate these to personal fitness level Acknowledge individual differences in body shapes and how different body types contribute to positive involvement in physical activity. (Every athlete looks different) Grade 7 Analyze personal nutritional habits and how they relate to performance. Demonstrate and evaluate ways to achieve personal functional fitness. Explain the components of fitness: strength, endurance, cardiorespiratory, analyze individual abilities and formulate an individual plan for growth. Identify different body types and how all types participate positively in physical activity. Discuss performance-enhancing substances as a part of the negative effect on physical activity. Identify and explain the effects of exercise on the body systems before, during and after exercise. Interpret fitness changes as a result of physical activity. Grade 8 Monitor and analyze a personal nutrition plan. Demonstrate and monitor ways to achieve personal functional fitness. Explain fitness components and principles of training and formulate individual plans for personal physical fitness. Grade 9 Design, monitor and personally analyze nutrition programs. Demonstrate, monitor and analyze ways to achieve personal functional fitness. Design and implement a personal fitness and activity plan using the principles of training: frequency, intensity, duration.

Body Image

Personally acknowledge individual attributes that contribute to physical activity. (What do you do?) Attributes vs. choices

Acknowledge individual differences in body shapes and how different body types contribute to positive involvement in physical activity. (Every athlete looks different)

Acknowledge the perceptions that occur as a result of media influence on body types in comparison to physically active images. Discuss performanceenhancing substances as a part of the negative effect on physical activity. Analyze personal effects of exercise on body systems before, during and after exercise. Monitor, analyze and assess fitness changes as a result of physical activity.

Acknowledge and analyze the media and peer influences on body image. Discuss the effects of performance-enhancing substances on body type and body image as a part of physical activity. Analyze and explain the effects that nutrition, fitness and physical activity have on body systems before, during and after exercise. Monitor, analyze and assess fitness changes as a result of physical activity.

Well-being

Describe positive benefits gained from physical activity/l physically, emotionally, socially Demonstrate changes that take place in the body during physical activity

Infer positive benefits gained from specific physical activities. Describe how physical activity influences fitness and body systems.

Identify and plan for personal positive benefits from specific physical activity. Describe and chart individual fitness changes as a result of engaging in physical activity.

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General Outcome C: Interact positively with others
Category Communication Grade 4 Articulate and demonstrate respectful communication Grade 5 Identify and demonstrate respectful communication skills appropriate to cooperative participation in PE Grade 6 Identify and demonstrate respectful communication skills that reflect feelings, ideas and experiences Grade 7 Communicate thoughts and feelings appropriately and respectfully as they relate to participation in PE Grade 8 Communicate thoughts and feelings appropriately and respectfully as they relate to participation in PE Grade 9 Communicate thoughts and feelings appropriately and respectfully as they relate to participation in PE. Identify positive behaviors demonstrated by actively living role models. Fair Play Identify and demonstrate etiquette and fair play Demonstrate responsibility for assigned roles; accept ideas from others that relate to changing or adapting Participate cooperatively with a group. Demonstrate behavior that shows a respect for self and others. Identify and demonstrate etiquette and fair play Demonstrate responsibility for assigned roles; accept ideas from others that relate to changing or adapting Participate cooperatively with a group. Demonstrate behavior that shows a respect for self and others. Identify and demonstrate etiquette and fair play Identify and take responsibility for various roles in physical activity, including leadership and followership Participate cooperatively with a group. Demonstrate behavior that shows a respect for self and others. Demonstrate etiquette and fair play. Identify and take responsibility for various roles in physical activity, including leadership and followership Select and apply practices that contribute to teamwork. Demonstrate respect for self and others. Demonstrate etiquette and fair play. Describe, apply and practice leadership and followership skills related to physical activity. Recommend practices that contribute to teamwork. Demonstrate respect for self and others. Demonstrate etiquette and fair play. Describe, apply, monitor and practice leadership and followership skills related to physical activity. Develop practices that contribute to teamwork. Demonstrate respect for self and others.

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General Outcome D: Assume responsibility for living an active lifestyle
Category Effort Grade 4 Demonstrate a willingness to participate regularly in Phys Ed Grade 5 Participate regularly in physical activity and develop key components of fitness Grade 6 Demonstrate extended effort in physical activity. Identify and demonstrate strategies that encourage participation and continued motivation. Follow procedures for safety. Identify the benefits of warm-up and cool-down. Describe how to move safely in alternative environments. Grade 7 Participate in, and identify the benefits of, regular physical activity. Identify and demonstrate strategies that encourage participation and continued motivation. Identify and follow routines and procedures for safe participation. Explain the benefits for warmup and cool-down. Grade 8 Participate in, and identify the benefits of, regular physical activity. Develop a personal plan that encourages participation and continued motivation. Select and apply routines and procedures for safe participation. Design and perform the benefits warm-up and cool-down activities. Appraise movement experiences for safety. Grade 9 Participate in, and identify the benefits of, regular physical activity. Develop a personal plan that encourages participation and continued motivation. Select and apply routines and procedures for safe participation. Design and perform warm-up and cool-down activities. Design safe movement experiences that promote a healthy lifestyle; e.g. studentcreated games

Safety

Follow procedures for safety. Identify the benefits of warm-up and cool-down. Describe how to move safely in alternative environments.

Follow procedures for safety. Identify the benefits of warm-up and cool-down. Describe how to move safely in alternative environments.

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