Team Sports Version: CPS 2009-2010

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: PETS1.a
The learner will describe and demonstrate how to perform each skill needed for various sports to use the key elements (cues) for each skill.

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: PETS2.a
The learner will list basic skills needed to successfully participate in various team sports.
Element: PETS2.b
The learner will demonstrate a natural progression of sequencing for each sport. (ex. Bump, set, spike or transtioning from offense to defense.
Element: PETS2.c
The learner will be able to know and apply the official rules of selected sports and games.
Element: PETS2.d
The learner will identify and describe the use of field markings for selected sports and games.
Element: PETS2.e
The learner will officiate designated sports while applying the rules.
Element: PETS2.f
The learner will contrast the history of selected sports (inventor, location, date).
Element: PETS2.f
The learner will contrast the history of selected sports (inventor, location, date).

Strand: Regular Participation in Physical Activity

Participates regularly in physical activity.
Element: PETS3.a
The learner will accumulate the recommended minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity outside of physical education class (60 min.daily)
Element: PETS3.b
The learner will use all skills associated with various sports while dressing appropriately and actively engaging in all practice and game settings.
Element: PETS3.c
The learner will participate regularly in physical activities including warm-up, cool-down, skill development drills, and in game settings.
Element: PETS3.d
The learner will be able to compare and contrast the history of selected team sports (inventor, date, location, significant figures).
Element: PETS3.e
The learner will research and report on the availability and contact information for community leagues or sports in the area.

Strand: Health Enhancing Levels of Physical Fitness

Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
Element: PETS4.a
The learner will know and demonstrate safe techniques during flexibility exercises to increase range of motion.
Element: PETS4.b
The learner will maintain or improve fitness levels through a static/dynamic warm up and cool down during each class.
Element: PETS4.c
The learner will calculate and monitor their target heart rate during training sessions.
Element: PETS4.d
The learner will apply the principals of conditioning to skill development activities (specificity, overload, and progression).
Element: PETS4.e
The learner will apply the knowledge and skills of health-related fitness to general activities and sports.
Element: PETS4.f
The learner will maintain or improve cardiovascular fitness levels by using the results of the FITNESSGRAM assessment.

Strand: Personal and Social Responsibility

Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.
Element: PETS5.a
The learner will apply safe and appropriate care of equipment used in selected sports.
Element: PETS5.b
The learner will demonstrate elements of fair play, honesty, and ethical behavior during practice and in game play.
Element: PETS5.c
The learner will show respect for the diversity, strengths, and weaknesses of other learners.
Element: PETS5.d
The learner will support the role and calls of the referee/umpire.
Element: PETS5.e
The learner will know and demonstrate proper etiquette (area/equipment clean up) without distractions to others.

Strand: Values Physical Activity

Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction.
Element: PETS6.a
The learner will understand the role physical activity plays, in reducing the risk factor for disease, by maintaining appropriate health-related fitness components.
Element: PETS6.b
The learner will list the life-long benefits of regular physical activity.
Element: PETS6.c
The learner will develop positive relationships with other students.

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