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   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (4) 12 :
4-1.12) Pass and receive a ball with a moving partner, using both feet and demonstrating control of ball and body at varying speeds.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (4) 13 :
4-1.13) Demonstrate kicking skills using correct form with.

•   A ball at a target for accuracy from varying distances.

•   A dropped ball/ object, making contact with shoelaces.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

[PE] (4) 18 :
4-2.1) Understand the concepts of open and closed spaces in small group activities while moving or traveling.

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

[PE] (5) 12 :
5-1.12) Apply passing and receiving with either foot in partner and small group activities, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (5) 13 :
5-1.13) Demonstrate correct form in kicking and punting in partner and small-group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

[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] (6) 4 :
6-1.4) Pass and receive in a stationary position, using hands and feet with proficiency.

Examples: passes in games of basketball, flag football, speedball, team handball, or soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (6) 5 :
6-1.5) Utilize a variety of offensive skills to create open space during practice tasks without defensive pressure.

Examples: pivots, fakes, give and go, jab steps, hitting to an open space

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 7 :
6-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a stationary environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (6) 15 :
6-2.4) Identify offensive and defensive tactics to create or reduce open space in a variety of activities.

Examples: running in various directions or paces, reducing the angle in the space

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (6) 17 :
6-2.6) Identify the skills or strategies necessary to score.

Examples: open spaces, spreading the field, passing to create space

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (6) 19 :
6-2.8) Vary application of movement concepts during physical activity.

Examples: force, time, space flow

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 4 :
7-1.4) Pass and receive using hands and feet in combination with locomotor patterns, change of direction, and/or speed, with proficiency.

Examples: passing and receiving while moving in basketball, ultimate Frisbee, speedball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (7) 5 :
7-1.5) Perform a variety of offensive skills with defensive pressure.

Examples: pivots, fakes, give and go, jab steps, hitting to an open space

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 7 :
7-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a dynamic environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 15 :
7-2.4) Execute a variety of offensive and defensive tactics to create open space.

Examples: move to open space without the ball, use a variety of passes, pivots, and fakes; give and go.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (8) 5 :
8-1.5) Execute a variety of offensive skills during modified game play.

Examples: pivots, fakes, give and go, jab steps, hitting to an open space

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 7 :
8-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in modified game play.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 15 :
8-2.4) Open and close space during modified game play by combining locomotor movements with movement concepts.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

Subject: Physical Education (4 - 8)
Title: Soccer Resources
URL: https://physedgames.com/category/soccer/
Description:

This is a large collection of soccer lead-up activities that can be used when teaching the skills of dribbling with the feet, passing/trapping, shooting, space awareness, and kicking. 

This resouce includes a description of the activity and also an informative video. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (5) 14 :
5-1.14) Demonstrate volleying a ball with a two-hand overhead and underhand technique, in a dynamic environment.

Examples: two square, four square, handball, spike ball

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

[PE] (5) 15 :
5-1.15) Apply the skill of striking an object consecutively using a short-handled implement in competitive or cooperative game environments.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement; hand over hand assistance

[PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

Subject: Physical Education (5 - 8)
Title: Net Games
URL: https://physedgames.com/category/net/
Description:

This resource is a collection of activities related to net games. These activities include striking with hands and striking with paddles/rackets.

This resource includes both a written description and informative video describing each activity. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (6) 12 :
6-2.1) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the rules and regulations for a variety of games and activities.

Examples: modified game play, formative and summative assessments

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (6) 16 :
6-2.5) Demonstrate a quick recovery when transitioning from offense to defense or defense to offense.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 12 :
7-2.1) Use the rules and regulations of a variety of activities and demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding techniques and strategies related to those activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (7) 14 :
7-2.3) Demonstrate appropriate safety behaviors related to a variety of games and activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 14 :
8-2.3) Apply appropriate safety behaviors in a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] BK1 (9-12) 1 :
BK-1.1) Exhibit competency in activity-specific movement skills in one or more lifetime activities.

Examples: outdoor pursuits, individual-performance activities, net games, target games

APE accommodation suggestions: hand to hand; hand over hand; develop the rules to accommodate each student's needs; adapt equipment to meet students' needs.

[PE] BK2 (9-12) 1 :
BK-1.1) Exhibit competency in activity-specific movement skills in two or more lifetime activities.

Examples: outdoor activities, individual-performance activities, net games, target games

APE accommodation suggestions: hand to hand; hand over hand; develop the rules to accommodate each student's needs; adapt equipment to meet students' needs.

[PE] LS1 (9-12) 3 :
LS-2.1) Recognize unsafe situations related to participation in individual, dual, and team sports.

[PE] LS1 (9-12) 4 :
LS-2.2) Identify skills and components for the individual to participate successfully in individual, dual, and team sports.

[PE] LS1 (9-12) 6 :
LS-3.2) Explain skills required for playing individual, dual, and team sports activities.

[PE] LS1 (9-12) 7 :
LS-4.1) Research and interpret the rules of individual, dual, and team sports.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 12)
Title: Teaching Handball in the Middle and Secondary Schools
URL: http://www.pelinks4u.org/naspeforum/discus/messages/1239/SecondaryTeachingGuiderevision-239.pdf
Description:

Handball can be played with any kind of bouncing ball on practically any kind of wall. The United States Handball Association promotes “any ball, any wall” in teaching. Teachers are encouraged to use any available equipment and space. Handball can be taught as a unit for the entire class in the gymnasium or used as a station activity in one section of the gym. There is no need for regulation-sized courts in a gymnasium. Cones and floor tape work well to mark playing spaces and boundaries.

The following lesson plans for teaching handball in middle and secondary schools have been written for grades 6-12. Court size and distances (from the wall when hitting a ball) can easily be adjusted to match the developmental levels of learners.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 8 :
6-1.8) Demonstrate defensive readiness and movement in all directions while maintaining correct position.

Examples: weight on balls of feet, arms extended and eyes on midsection of the offensive player

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 9 :
6-1.9) Perform a serve using correct technique with control for net and wall games.

Examples: volleyball, pickleball, racquetball, handball

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, smaller or shorter net, bigger target. Hand over hand assistance and modeling.

[PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (6) 11 :
6-1.11) Forehand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

Examples: pickleball, tennis, badminton

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (6) 12 :
6-2.1) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the rules and regulations for a variety of games and activities.

Examples: modified game play, formative and summative assessments

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (6) 13 :
6-2.2) Identify appropriate sporting behavior and etiquette related to a variety of games and activities.

Examples: quiet during tennis rally, dealing with confrontational opponents

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (7) 11 :
7-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (7) 12 :
7-2.1) Use the rules and regulations of a variety of activities and demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding techniques and strategies related to those activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (7) 13 :
7-2.2) Demonstrate appropriate sporting behavior and etiquette related to a variety of games and activities.

Example: shaking hands at end of activity

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 9 :
8-1.9) Execute a proper serve for distance and accuracy for net and wall games in modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, smaller or shorter net, bigger target. Hand over hand assistance and modeling.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 11 :
8-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long- handled implement during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 13 :
8-2.2) Apply appropriate sporting behavior and etiquette in a modified game.

Example: self-managing during the activity

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 14 :
8-2.3) Apply appropriate safety behaviors in a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Tools for Teaching Pickleball (Middle School)
URL: https://openphysed.org/curriculum_resources/ms-pickleball
Description:

Pickleball was a sport created for all ages and skill levels. It combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong into a fun court game that is easy for beginners to learn and challenging enough for competitive play.

This resource is a full unit plan with strategy cards, court diagrams, learning activities, and assessments. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 4 :
6-1.4) Pass and receive in a stationary position, using hands and feet with proficiency.

Examples: passes in games of basketball, flag football, speedball, team handball, or soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (6) 7 :
6-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a stationary environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 4 :
7-1.4) Pass and receive using hands and feet in combination with locomotor patterns, change of direction, and/or speed, with proficiency.

Examples: passing and receiving while moving in basketball, ultimate Frisbee, speedball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (7) 7 :
7-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a dynamic environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 7 :
8-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in modified game play.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Thread the Needle
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/LessonIdeas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=8893#.XpsT8DdKg1I
Description:

This is a soccer lead-up activity. Students should have the basic fundamentals of dribbling and passing before attempting this activity.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Mini Golf
URL: https://teachers.net/lessons/posts/3357.html
Description:

In this learning activity, students set up their courses and practice their putting skills. Teachers can do performance assessments/observations for specific putting cues by walking by each of the holes and checking students off on a sheet. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (8) 9 :
8-1.9) Execute a proper serve for distance and accuracy for net and wall games in modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, smaller or shorter net, bigger target. Hand over hand assistance and modeling.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 11 :
8-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long- handled implement during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 36 :
8-4.6) Apply rules and etiquette for a variety of physical activities, fitness exercises, and games.

Examples: creating dance routines within a given set of parameters, officiating modified games

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] BK2 (9-12) 1 :
BK-1.1) Exhibit competency in activity-specific movement skills in two or more lifetime activities.

Examples: outdoor activities, individual-performance activities, net games, target games

APE accommodation suggestions: hand to hand; hand over hand; develop the rules to accommodate each student's needs; adapt equipment to meet students' needs.

[PE] LS1 (9-12) 4 :
LS-2.2) Identify skills and components for the individual to participate successfully in individual, dual, and team sports.

[PE] LS2 (9-12) 4 :
LS-2.2) Model proper skills and components for the specified individual, dual, and team sports.

[PE] LS2 (9-12) 7 :
LS-4.1) Adhere to rules pertaining to individual, dual, and team sports, showing sportsmanship and personal responsibility.

Subject: Physical Education (8 - 12)
Title: Paddle Zlam
URL: https://www.pe-kansas.com/lesson-builder/6-8/individual-partner-activities/paddle-zlam
Description:

PaddleZlam has become widely accepted into Physical Education programs throughout the country. Physical education professionals have embraced the game and have quickly found ways to modify the game to encompass even the youngest of age groups. PaddleZlam is an action-packed game where 4 people, 2 teams of 2, compete with one another by hitting a pickleball into or against a plastic gaming cone. PaddleZlam is the perfect indoor/outdoor activity to create some friendly competition and to get your students to enjoy exercising again.

This is a free resource from PE Kansas. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 9 :
6-1.9) Perform a serve using correct technique with control for net and wall games.

Examples: volleyball, pickleball, racquetball, handball

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, smaller or shorter net, bigger target. Hand over hand assistance and modeling.

[PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Wammi Ball for Volleyball
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=809#.XQb7I4hKhPY
Description:

This activity is very similar to volleyball with the object of the game to strike the ball over the net. Each team can choose to hit the ball to any of the three opponents sides after an underhand serve starts the game. Allow unlimited hits to get the ball over the net. If a team makes a mistake (i.e., they hit the ball out, into the net, or they miss a serve) they receive a "wammi". During the course of the playing time, each team is trying to get the LEAST number of "wammis" possible. The team who loses the previous point will have the right to serve the next point.  This is activity will help students practice volleyball skills and communication while in a small game-like situation.

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (6) 11 :
6-1.11) Forehand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

Examples: pickleball, tennis, badminton

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (6) 12 :
6-2.1) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the rules and regulations for a variety of games and activities.

Examples: modified game play, formative and summative assessments

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (6) 17 :
6-2.6) Identify the skills or strategies necessary to score.

Examples: open spaces, spreading the field, passing to create space

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 36 :
7-4.6) Demonstrate knowledge of rules and etiquette for a variety of physical activities, fitness exercises, and games.

Examples: self-officiating, equipment management, re-racking weights

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Knee Ping Pong
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=10454#.XQcGkohKhPY
Description:

Set up a Knee Ping Pong court by using the floor tape to mark off a 3' wide by 6' long rectangular area along the gym floor. Use one color floor tape for the two 6' long sidelines and use the second colored floor tape to mark the two 3' backcourt lines. This activity will teach students the fundamentals of ping pong without having real ping pong tables.

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 10 :
6-1.10) Strike with proper form in a stationary environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (6) 11 :
6-1.11) Forehand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

Examples: pickleball, tennis, badminton

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (6) 12 :
6-2.1) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the rules and regulations for a variety of games and activities.

Examples: modified game play, formative and summative assessments

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (6) 17 :
6-2.6) Identify the skills or strategies necessary to score.

Examples: open spaces, spreading the field, passing to create space

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (6) 37 :
6-4.7) Use equipment appropriately and safely, using teacher guidelines.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 11 :
7-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (7) 12 :
7-2.1) Use the rules and regulations of a variety of activities and demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding techniques and strategies related to those activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (7) 17 :
7-2.6) Demonstrate the skills or strategies necessary to score under pressure.

Examples: obstacles, defensive pressure, time limits

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 37 :
7-4.7) Independently use equipment appropriately and safely.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 11 :
8-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long- handled implement during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 17 :
8-2.6) Apply the skills or strategies necessary to score in modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (8) 37 :
8-4.7) Independently use equipment appropriately and identify specific safety concerns to prevent injuries.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Doubles Tennis Baseball
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=3952#.XQhTrIhKhPY
Description:

This is an alternative way for students to practice the accuracy of their tennis strokes. The purpose is to hit the ball away from your opponents but within the lines.

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 8 :
6-1.8) Demonstrate defensive readiness and movement in all directions while maintaining correct position.

Examples: weight on balls of feet, arms extended and eyes on midsection of the offensive player

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 12 :
6-2.1) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the rules and regulations for a variety of games and activities.

Examples: modified game play, formative and summative assessments

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (6) 31 :
6-4.1) Display personal responsibility by using appropriate etiquette, demonstrating respect for facilities, and exhibiting safe behaviors.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (6) 36 :
6-4.6) Identify the rules and etiquette for a variety of physical activities, fitness exercises, and games.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (7) 8 :
7-1.8) Differentiate among various defensive strategies utilized in a variety of sports.

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 12 :
7-2.1) Use the rules and regulations of a variety of activities and demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding techniques and strategies related to those activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (7) 31 :
7-4.1) Apply responsible social behaviors by cooperating with classmates, demonstrating inclusive behaviors, and supporting classmates.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (7) 36 :
7-4.6) Demonstrate knowledge of rules and etiquette for a variety of physical activities, fitness exercises, and games.

Examples: self-officiating, equipment management, re-racking weights

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (8) 8 :
8-1.8) Utilize appropriate defensive strategies during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 12 :
8-2.1) Apply the rules, techniques, and strategies for a variety of games and activities to play a modified game.

APE accommodation suggestions: Make accommodations in the areas of rules, sporting behavior, and safety for the student to participate in the activity.

[PE] (8) 31 :
8-4.1) Demonstrate appropriate methods of conflict resolution and respond in personally and socially responsible ways.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (8) 36 :
8-4.6) Apply rules and etiquette for a variety of physical activities, fitness exercises, and games.

Examples: creating dance routines within a given set of parameters, officiating modified games

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting; peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Danish Longball
URL: https://thephysicaleducator.com/game/danish-longball/
Description:

Danish Longball is a game similar to American baseball, only with 2 bases instead of 4.  Instructions for the game are included in the resource.  This game provides so many opportunities for modifications and builds that you can really explore a great variety of skills and tactics, regardless of your students’ current learning levels. 

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



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (6) 8 :
6-1.8) Demonstrate defensive readiness and movement in all directions while maintaining correct position.

Examples: weight on balls of feet, arms extended and eyes on midsection of the offensive player

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (6) 11 :
6-1.11) Forehand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

Examples: pickleball, tennis, badminton

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (6) 16 :
6-2.5) Demonstrate a quick recovery when transitioning from offense to defense or defense to offense.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (6) 17 :
6-2.6) Identify the skills or strategies necessary to score.

Examples: open spaces, spreading the field, passing to create space

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (6) 18 :
6-2.7) Identify the skills or strategies necessary to prevent the opponent from scoring.

Examples: pressure the ball, on and off ball defense

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 8 :
7-1.8) Differentiate among various defensive strategies utilized in a variety of sports.

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 10 :
7-1.10) Strike with proper form in a dynamic environment for a variety of games.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (7) 11 :
7-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long-handled implement.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (7) 17 :
7-2.6) Demonstrate the skills or strategies necessary to score under pressure.

Examples: obstacles, defensive pressure, time limits

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (7) 18 :
7-2.7) Demonstrate the skills or strategies necessary to prevent the opponent from scoring.

Examples: player to player, zone defense

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (8) 8 :
8-1.8) Utilize appropriate defensive strategies during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 10 :
8-1.10) Strike with proper form in modified game play.

Examples: overhead volley in tennis, pass in volleyball, drive/putt in golf, pass in soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use longer or shorter implements for student success in controlling the implement.

[PE] (8) 11 :
8-1.11) Forehand- and backhand-volley with a mature form and control using a short- or long- handled implement during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a balloon or beach ball.

[PE] (8) 16 :
8-2.5) Analyze and critique effective transitions and anticipation of opponent's strategy by recovering quickly, communicating with teammates, and capitalizing on an advantage.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (8) 17 :
8-2.6) Apply the skills or strategies necessary to score in modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

[PE] (8) 18 :
8-2.7) Apply the skills or strategies necessary to prevent the opponent from scoring in a game situation.

APE accommodation suggestions: hand over hand; hand to hand; verbal prompting; directional poly spots

Subject: Physical Education (6 - 8)
Title: Lobster Ball
URL: https://thephysicaleducator.com/game/lobster-ball/
Description:

In this lesson, students will work on deceiving their opponents, defending their territories, and maintaining a rally. This idea can be modified for use in a variety of sports, including badminton, tennis, volleyball, etc.

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



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