Courses of Study: Physical Education

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Physical Education (2009)
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1.) Demonstrate jumping and landing skills by using one- and two-foot takeoff methods, balancing at varying levels on multiple body parts, and forming bridges using different body parts.

Example: balancing on one foot and two hands in an asymmetrical position

Physical Education (2009)
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2.) Apply varied effort and pathways to running, jumping, and throwing.

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3.) Demonstrate nonlocomotor skills, including pushing and pulling.

Physical Education (2009)
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4.) Demonstrate manipulative skills by catching a bounced ball with hands, volleying a soft object, kicking a stationary object, and throwing a ball underhand with two hands.

Physical Education (2009)
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5.) Apply rhythmic movement to games, activities, and dances.

Example: combining traveling patterns in time to music

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6.) Perform individual and partner stunts.

Examples: animal walks, forward roll, single-leg balances, heel click

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7.) Demonstrate manipulative and traveling skills in game situations.

Physical Education (2009)
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8.) Apply movement vocabulary to fundamental movement skills.

Examples: standing side-by-side; moving over or under, around, or through objects

Physical Education (2009)
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9.) Identify cue words and terms associated with throwing, catching, running, and kicking.

Physical Education (2009)
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10.) Determine speed and type of movement based on rhythmic beat.

Examples: skipping more quickly or slowly to varying drum beats, dramatizing emotions evoked by the mood of a piece of music

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11.) Explain the importance of empathy for feelings, concerns, and limitations of peers.

Examples: explaining the importance of being part of a group; helping others cope with tragedy, home life changes, or limited physical or medical conditions

Physical Education (2009)
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12.) Demonstrate responsibility and cooperative skills in physical activity settings by helping peers, assisting the teacher, and sharing space and equipment.

Physical Education (2009)
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13.) Identify exercises that improve flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, cardiorespiratory endurance, and body composition.

Physical Education (2009)
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14.) Explain differences between active and inactive lifestyles.

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15.) Explain effects of smoking, lack of sleep, and poor dietary habits on health and physical performance.