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   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 2 :
3-1.2) Travel showing differentiation in pacing when jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 2 :
5-1.2) Apply appropriate form and pacing for running a variety of distances.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: Pedometers: Understanding Step Differences and Estimation
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?pedometers:-understanding-step-differences-and-estimation
Description:

In this lesson, students will demonstrate pacing with walking and jogging while using a pedometer to count their steps. Students will practice estimating steps and estimating the amount of time it takes to cover a certain distance. This resource includes a video demonstration.

 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 2 :
3-1.2) Travel showing differentiation in pacing when jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 18 :
3-2.1) Demonstrate the concept of spatial awareness in a dynamic environment.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (3) 19 :
3-2.2) Demonstrate shapes, levels, and pathways specific to a wide variety of physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (3) 20 :
3-2.3) Demonstrate the concepts of speed, direction, and force with skills applicable to a wide variety of physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (4) 1 :
4-1.1) Apply locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 19 :
4-2.2) Combine movement concepts of pathways, shapes, and levels with skills in small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (4) 20 :
4-2.3) Combine concepts of speed, direction, and force with skills in small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (5) 1 :
5-1.1) Demonstrate correct form of locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 18 :
5-2.1) Understand and apply spatial awareness skills in a game setting.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (5) 19 :
5-2.2) Execute combined movement concepts of pathways, shapes, and levels with skills in various physical activity settings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (5) 20 :
5-2.3) Execute combined concepts of speed, direction, and force with skills in various physical activity settings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: New Leader
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?new-leader
Description:

Divide the class into small groups and appoint one member in each group to lead. Groups move around the area following any movement the leader does. On signal, another person in the group becomes the leader. The leader can use various types of locomotor movements and/or exercises.

This activity can be used to practice locomotor movements, to work on directionality and space awareness, and as a fitness warm-up activity. A demonstrative video is included in this resource. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 2 :
5-1.2) Apply appropriate form and pacing for running a variety of distances.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (4 - 5)
Title: Running Club Resource Guide
URL: https://s3.amazonaws.com/uchealth-wp-uploads/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/25071946/COMHEA-HKC-Running-Club-Resouce-Guide.pdf
Description:

School running clubs are an excellent, low-cost way to encourage physical fitness in a fun club environment. This resource contains suggestions to consider as you get your club started or ideas you may incorporate into existing running clubs.  

Even if you are not considering a running club at your school, this resource includes games and activities you could use within your physical education program that teach the components of running. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 2 :
5-1.2) Apply appropriate form and pacing for running a variety of distances.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (4 - 5)
Title: Ready, Set, Go!
URL: https://content.nike.com/content/dam/one-nike/en_lu/SP16/Kids/PDF/Kids_Ready_Set_Go_Running_Guide.pdf
Description:

Running isn’t just for exercise. Sure, running is healthy, but it’s also a blast! To become a better runner you need to run. That’s obvious, right? But if you want to keep getting better, you need to enjoy running. You need to have fun running. You need to love running. And that is what Ready, Set, Go is all about.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 2 :
3-1.2) Travel showing differentiation in pacing when jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 2 :
5-1.2) Apply appropriate form and pacing for running a variety of distances.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: A Lesson of Pace
URL: https://healthykidsrunningseries.org/running/a-lesson-of-pace/
Description:

How do you teach pacing? This is one of the most common questions and can be a difficult question to answer.  We can repeat over and over to our students that they need to start slow, and then finish fast…but do they really get it?  By establishing some good running habits, they will be able to run longer, be more successful, and have more fun!



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (4) 2 :
4-1.2) Demonstrate correct pacing for distance running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (4)
Title: The Pacer Test
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2-tCF6Y-8w
Description:

This video provides information about the Pacer Test which is part of the Alabama Physical Fitness Test.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



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