Courses of Study: Physical Education

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Number of Standards matching query: 22
Physical Education (2009)
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1.) Demonstrate rope-jumping and original dance routines that incorporate varying lengths, skill sequences, and musical accompaniments.

Physical Education (2009)
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2.) Combine a variety of skills into sequenced routines.

Example: combining traveling, rolling, balancing, and transferring weight into smooth sequences while altering speed, direction, and flow

•  Integrating fundamental movement and specialized skills into student-choreographed routines
Example: rhythmic, gymnastic, ball, and jump routines

Physical Education (2009)
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3.) Demonstrate dribbling, shooting, and striking skills.

Examples: dribbling to avoid the ball being stolen, shooting with consistency and correct form, striking for direction and height

Physical Education (2009)
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4.) Demonstrate forehand and backhand striking skills.

Examples: using forehand and overhand clear in badminton, using forehand and backhand stroke in tennis

Physical Education (2009)
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5.) Identify rules and regulations for a variety of sports and lifetime activities.

Physical Education (2009)
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6.) Explain the importance of repetition and practice as a means for skill improvement.

Physical Education (2009)
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7.) Modify physical activities, games, and sports to meet specified criteria.

Example: modification of games for personal enjoyment

Physical Education (2009)
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8.) Explain sport-specific etiquette and good sportsmanship for team, individual, and dual sports.

Physical Education (2009)
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9.) Demonstrate positive social interactions in situations that include members of different genders, cultures, ethnicities, abilities, and disabilities.

Physical Education (2009)
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10.) Describe progress toward achieving personal fitness goals for each of the health-related fitness components.

Example: tracking progress on personal logs

Physical Education (2009)
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11.) Analyze exercise and heart rate data to determine adjustments to health fitness plans.

Physical Education (2009)
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12.) Identify possible injuries resulting from improper exercise routines.

•  Demonstrating proper warm-up and cool-down techniques
Physical Education (2009)
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13.) Describe the structure and function of the muscular and skeletal systems as they relate to physical performance.

Examples: muscles pulling on bones causing movement, muscles working in pairs, muscles working by contracting and relaxing