Physical Education: Grade 2 Version: CPS 09-10


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Physical Education

Strand: Competency in Motor Skills and Movement Patterns


 
PE2.1
Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of activities
Element: PE2.1.a
Students understand and demonstrate body relationships to external environment.
Element: PE2.1.b
Students exhibit mature forms of basic locomotor movements: skipping, hopping, jumping, walking, running, galloping, sliding, leaping, crawling, and marching in a variety of activities and settings.
Element: PE2.1.c
Students demonstrate a smooth transition between locomotor skills in time to music.
Element: PE2.1.d
Students demonstrate mature form of non locomotor skills of bend, stretch, twist, turn, push, pull, swing, sway, rise, and fall.
Element: PE2.1.e
Students demonstrate manipulative skills such as throwing, catching, striking, kicking, and trapping objects while stationary and/or to a moving partner.
Element: PE2.1.f
Students demonstrate a smooth transition between sequential motor skills in response to music/external beat.
Element: PE2.1.g
Students demonstrate moving to a rhythmic beat while manipulating objects such as jump ropes, scarves, and balls.
Element: PE2.1.h
Students demonstrate simple stunts, tumbling and balancing.
 

Strand: Concepts, Principals, Strategies, and Tactics


 
PE2.2
Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principals, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activity
Element: PE2.2.a
Students demonstrate movement concepts associated with space awareness (personal/general space, directions, levels, pathways, and extensions).
Element: PE2.2.b
Students demonstrate movement concepts associated with effort (time, force, and flow).
Element: PE2.2.c
Students demonstrate movement concepts associated with relationships (body parts, objects, and people).
Element: PE2.2.d
Students demonstrate appropriate spatial awareness in regards to safety practices (not running into other students, walls or other equipment).
Element: PE2.2.e
Students demonstate and explain cue words in relation to how the body moves and performs.
Element: PE2.2.f
Students describe the importance of warm-up in relation to physical activity.
 

Strand: Regular Participation in Physical Activity


 
PE2.3
Participates regularly in physical activity
Element: PE2.3.a
Students identify strategies to increase time for physical activities.
Element: PE2.3.b
Students express personal enjoyment from participating in physical activity.
Element: PE2.3.c
Students participate in gross motor activity of a moderate to vigorous nature.
Element: PE2.4.d
Students participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities during leisure time
 

Strand: Health Enhancing Levels of Physical Fitness


 
PE2.4
Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness
Element: PE2.4.a
Students engage in age-appropriate activities that promote and develop health-related fitness
Element: PE2.4.b
Students recognize physiological indicators that accompany moderate to vigorous physical activity
Element: PE2.4.c
Students participate in fitness and conditioning related activities.
 

Strand: Personal and Social Responsibility


 
PE2.5
Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings
Element: PE2.5.a
Students practice specific skills as assigned.
Element: PE2.5.b
Students demonstrate proper use of equipment.
Element: PE2.5.c
Students follow teacher directions during large group activities.
Element: PE2.5.d
Students display consideration of others while participating in an all-class activity.
 

Strand: Values Physical Activity


 
PE2.6
Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction
Element: PE2.6.a
Students list ways physical activity is important to health.
Element: PE2.6.b
Students show the ability to work successfully alone, with a partner, and with a small group.
Element: PE2.6.d
Students engage in new and challenging physical activities.
Element: PE2.6.c
Students describe positive feelings experienced from participating in physical activity
Element: PE2.6.e
Students can identify places in their community to be physically active
 

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