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   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (4) 23 :
4-3.2) Actively engage in physical education class, both with teacher direction and independently.

[PE] (4) 24 :
4-3.3) Describe the difference between skill-related and health-related fitness.

[PE] (5) 22 :
5-3.1) Compare and contrast fitness benefits of various physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and peer assistance to model correct physical education participation.

[PE] (6) 21 :
6-3.2) Participate in a variety of moderate to vigorous activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (6) 24 :
6-3.5) Identify the components of health-related and skill-related fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 24 :
7-3.5) Compare and contrast health-related and skill-related fitness activities.

Examples: aerobic/anaerobic exercise, power/strength, static/dynamic, reaction time

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 24 :
8-3.5) Analyze the benefits of health-related and skill-related fitness components.

Examples: stress reduction, body composition, self-esteem, less anxiety

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

Subject: Physical Education (4 - 8)
Title: Agility Fitness Idea
URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByRR6DMa9TTnc3h3YVR1Z3J1Ulk/view?resourcekey=0-M7rayBSJfQLc7TXYy6lV-Q
Description:

This is a simple agility course that will get students' heart rates up. Before, during, and after this activity, students should learn about agility and why it is important. This activity also incorporates heart rate. If heart rate monitors or heart rate bars are accessible, they can be used; if not, students can measure their heart rate manually. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (5) 22 :
5-3.1) Compare and contrast fitness benefits of various physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and peer assistance to model correct physical education participation.

[PE] (5) 23 :
5-3.2) Actively engage in all components of physical education to the best of his/her ability.

[PE] (6) 21 :
6-3.2) Participate in a variety of moderate to vigorous activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (6) 27 :
6-3.8) Recall each component of the FITT formula (frequency, intensity, time, type) for physical fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 24 :
7-3.5) Compare and contrast health-related and skill-related fitness activities.

Examples: aerobic/anaerobic exercise, power/strength, static/dynamic, reaction time

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 21 :
8-3.2) Analyze the differences between moderate and vigorous activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 24 :
8-3.5) Analyze the benefits of health-related and skill-related fitness components.

Examples: stress reduction, body composition, self-esteem, less anxiety

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

Subject: Physical Education (5 - 8)
Title: Aerobic Fitness
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?aerobic-fitness
Description:

During this lesson, students will contrast the benefits of aerobic activities with the benefits of stretching activities. Students will challenge themselves to apply the overload principle for at least one aerobic activity. This resource also includes a video demonstrating this lesson. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (5) 24 :
5-3.3) Identify each component of the FITT Principle (frequency, intensity, time, and type).

[PE] (6) 27 :
6-3.8) Recall each component of the FITT formula (frequency, intensity, time, type) for physical fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 28 :
7-3.9) Explain how the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale can be used to determine the perception of the work effort or intensity of exercise.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 28 :
8-3.9) Apply concepts of physical fitness to adjust physical activity intensity.

Examples: RPE, FITT formula

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] ACA2 (9-12) 5 :
AC-3.1) Apply skills learned to execute a higher level of physical fitness while participating in outdoor activities.

[HE] (0) 14 :
K.4.3) Describe how to express feelings to prevent a conflict from starting.

[HE] (2) 14 :
2.4.3) Demonstrate how to communicate with others with kindness and respect.

[HE] (3) 12 :
3.4.1) Practice skills needed to develop and maintain personal relationships.

Examples: conflict resolution, role play

[HE] (3) 14 :
3.4.3) Recognize causes of conflicts and apply nonviolent strategies to manage or resolve situations.

Subject: Physical Education (5 - 12), Health Education (K - 3)
Title: Visuals for #PhysEd
URL: https://thephysicaleducator.com/visuals/
Description:

This website has a series of visuals that can be downloaded, printed, and displayed in the physical education gymnasium or class. These visuals range cover varying topics such as the FITT Principle, BORG Rating, and the Conflict Corner.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 24 :
6-3.5) Identify the components of health-related and skill-related fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 24 :
7-3.5) Compare and contrast health-related and skill-related fitness activities.

Examples: aerobic/anaerobic exercise, power/strength, static/dynamic, reaction time

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 24 :
8-3.5) Analyze the benefits of health-related and skill-related fitness components.

Examples: stress reduction, body composition, self-esteem, less anxiety

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Health-Related Fitness Concepts Assessment
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA8sSzystT0
Description:

This video is an assessment for health-related fitness concepts. The Brain Bites video series teaches physical education concepts in short video bites. This Brain Bite is the Teachers' Edition of the Health-Related Fitness Concepts Assessment. It covers the 4 components of fitness, as well as, the F.I.T.T. Principle and the Overload Principle. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 28 :
7-3.9) Explain how the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale can be used to determine the perception of the work effort or intensity of exercise.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 28 :
8-3.9) Apply concepts of physical fitness to adjust physical activity intensity.

Examples: RPE, FITT formula

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

Subject: Physical Education (7 - 8)
Title: Borg RPE Poster
URL: https://thephysicaleducator.com/visuals/
Description:

This visual was created for grade 6 fitness unit (but is applicable to many levels) in which students explored concepts related to heart rate and its relationship to aerobic fitness. Using the modified chart (the Borg RPE Scale actually goes from levels 6-20), students would create activity plans to improve their cardiorespiratory endurance. Students may also check their heart rate throughout fitness activities and refer to the chart to make sure they are working within the proper heart rate zone.

This website contains many resources to download and use in Health/PE education. Look for the link to download Borg RPE resource. 

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (5) 24 :
5-3.3) Identify each component of the FITT Principle (frequency, intensity, time, and type).

[PE] (6) 27 :
6-3.8) Recall each component of the FITT formula (frequency, intensity, time, type) for physical fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 28 :
8-3.9) Apply concepts of physical fitness to adjust physical activity intensity.

Examples: RPE, FITT formula

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

Subject: Physical Education (5 - 8)
Title: F.I.T.T. Principle Poster
URL: https://thephysicaleducator.com/visuals/
Description:

A colorful eye-catching visual for teaching the F.I.T.T. principle to students. This is a free download and a great resource to print or display for classrooms.

This link leads you to a list of several downloadable resources. You will see the Fitness - F.I.T.T. link in the resources. 

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 27 :
6-3.8) Recall each component of the FITT formula (frequency, intensity, time, type) for physical fitness.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (7) 27 :
7-3.8) Apply FITT formula to components of health-related and skill-related fitness, using the overload principle.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] (8) 28 :
8-3.9) Apply concepts of physical fitness to adjust physical activity intensity.

Examples: RPE, FITT formula

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[PE] BK1 (9-12) 15 :
BK-3.8) Identify components of a personal fitness plan.

Examples: strength exercises, stretching exercises, cardiovascular exercises, and nutritional balance

[PE] AK2 (9-12) 9 :
AK-4.1) Develop a personal action plan that includes social interaction, cooperative activities, and personal fitness goals.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 12)
Title: FITTness Warm Up
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/M-00-03-FitKnow-Activities-01-CoachDsFittnessWarmUp.pdf
Description:

This resource from Open Online Physical Education Network is a learning activity demonstrating fitness activities with proper form and attention to safety titled "Tools for Learning FITTness Knowledge".  Students will work together to rotate through and complete the FITTness routine. Task cards help students learn and apply the FITT principle while doing the activity.

Note: Open Online Physical Education Network is a free resource, but teachers will need to create a free account to access this resource.

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



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