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   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 21 :
3-2.4) Demonstrate simple strategies and tactics in chasing and fleeing activities.


[PE] (5) 21 :
5-2.4) Apply skills learned in earlier grades - simple strategies and tactics in chasing/ fleeing, offensive/ defensive strategies and tactics.

[PE] (7) 19 :
7-2.8) Describe and apply mechanical advantage(s) for a variety of movement patterns.

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

[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

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 8)
Title: Tag Games
URL: https://physedgames.com/category/tag-games/
Description:

This resource is a large collection of tag games and activities. These activities focus on locomotor movements, chasing, fleeing, dodging, and space awareness.

This resource includes both written descriptions and informative videos of each larning activity. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [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) 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) 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) 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] (6) 28 :
6-3.9) Define resting heart rate and describe its relationship to moderate and vigorous activity.

APE accommodation suggestions: Visual aids and cues

[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) 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) 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] (7) 16 :
7-2.5) Utilize communication 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) 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) 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) 8 :
8-1.8) Utilize appropriate defensive strategies during modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[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

[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: Ultimate Sponge Ball
URL: https://teachers.net/lessons/posts/2653.html
Description:

This lesson will help students see that fitness can be fun and beneficial while also being involved in a team game. Additionally, this is a great game to teach students how to move into open spaces to receive passes from teammates. Students will also seek to elevate their heart rate to their Exercise Benefit Zone throughout the game.

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.



ALEX Classroom Resources: 3
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