Physical Education: Grade 5 Version: CPS 09-10

Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Physical Education

Strand: Competency in Motor Skills and Movement Patterns

Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities
Element: PE5.1.a
Students demonstrate continuous, smooth transitions between locomotor skills.
Element: PE5.1.b
Students demonstrate mastery of non-locomotor skills such as bend, stretch, twist, turn, push, pull,swing, sway , rise and fall.
Element: PE5.1.c
Students create a game using locomotor or manipulative skills.
Element: PE5.1.d
Students demonstrate throwing, passing, dribbling, catching, shooting, volleying, and stricking skills in dual individual and team sports.
Element: PE5.1.e
Students demonstrate manipulative skills with a partner demonstrating improved accuracy.
Element: PE5.1.f
Students recognize and use basic offensive and defensive strategies.
Element: PE5.1.g
Students construct a creative dance combining locomotor patterns with intentional changes in speed, direction, and pathways with or without equipment.
Element: PE5.1.h
Students create and perform routines using balance, jumping, landing, weight transfer, and rolling movement.

Strand: Concepts, Principals, Strategies, and Tactics

Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities
Element: PE5.2.a
Students create movement sequences based upon with space awareness concepts of (personal/general space, directions, levels, pathways, and extensions).
Element: PE5.2.b
Students create movement sequences based upon the effort concepts of (time,force,and flow).
Element: PE5.2.c
Students create movement sequences based upon the relationship concepts of (body parts, objects, and people)
Element: PE5.2.d
Students apply the concepts related to personal and spatial awareness during all games and skills practice.
Element: PE5.2.e
Students demonstrate competencies in physical activity based on self, peer, or teacher assessment.
Element: PE5.2.f
Students apply the F.I.T.T. Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time) during exercise to health related fitness components.
Element: PE5.2.g
Students utilize frequent passes and constant movement of the ball to gain an advantage in games and shport activities.

Strand: Regular Participation in Physical Activity

Participates regularly in physical activity
Element: PE5.3.a
Students set personal goals to participate in physical activities and work toward that goal.
Element: PE5.3.b
Students develop basic skill movements to succeed in a variety of physical activities.
Element: PE5.3.c
Students participate regularly in physical activities for the purpose of improveing skills and health.

Strand: Health Enhancing Levels of Physical Fitness

Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness
Element: PE5.4.a
Students participate in activities that relate to the health-related components.
Element: PE5.4.b
Students demonstrate how to take their pulse in their carotid artery (BPM).
Element: PE5.4.c
Students participate in fitness assessment
Element: PE5.4.d
Students select developmentally appropriate activities for the purpose of improving health related physical fitness.
Element: PE5.4.e
Students engage in sustained physical activities, in their target heart zone, for 15 minutes.
Element: PE5.4.f
Students interpret results of fitness testing to compare the scores with health related standards.

Strand: Personal and Social Responsibility

Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings
Element: PE5.5.a
Students demonstrates the ability to work successfully alone, with a partner, and a small group.
Element: PE5.5.b
Students identify and demonstrate safety procedures in physical activity.
Element: PE5.5.c
Students demonstrate rules specific to the assigned activity.
Element: PR5.5.d
Students regularly encourage others and refrain from put-down statements.

Strand: Values Physical Activity

Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self expression, and/orsocial‚€“interaction
Element: PE5.6.a
Students recognize different levels of exertion/intensity in varying physical activities.
Element: PE5.6.b
Students chose responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings.
Element: PE5.6.c
Students participate in establishing rules, procedures, and etiquette that are safe and effective for specific activities.
Element: PE5.6.d
Students demonstrate enjoyment that is obtained from physical activity.

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