Courses of Study: Physical Education

Number of Standards matching query: 24

Physical Education, Grade 8, 2009

1.) Demonstrate skills utilized in lifetime health-enhancing activities.

Examples: throwing a flying disk, hitting a tennis ball, putting a golf ball

2.) Demonstrate aerobic movement skills and the performance of original dance routines.

•  Choreographing routines
•  Teaching student-created routines
3.) Demonstrate combinations of balancing and supporting skills.

4.) Demonstrate skills used in individual, dual, and team sports.

Examples: basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, volleyball, tennis, badminton

5.) Demonstrate skills associated with adventure, outdoor, and recreational activities.

Examples: orienteering, skating, cycling, walking, hiking

6.) Demonstrate player-to-player defensive strategy skills.

7.) Identify rules, regulations, tactics, strategies, and rituals utilized in individual, dual, and team sports.

8.) Apply movement concepts to sport, dance, gymnastics, recreational skill performances, and other physical activities.

Example: utilizing flowing sequences with intentional changes in direction, speed, and flow

9.) Summarize research findings of at least one local, national, or international game for its history, terminology, rules, and basic skills.

Example: using the Internet or other research resources to produce portfolios, videos, slide presentations, photographs, or scrapbooks

10.) Solve problems in physical activity settings by identifying cause and potential solutions.

Example: describing appropriate responses to an unfair call made by an official

11.) Describe how recognizing opposing opinions and priorities, including displaying willingness to compromise, apply to teamwork and goal achievement.

12.) Apply positive reinforcement to enhance peer physical performance during physical activity.

13.) Explain long-term physiological and psychological benefits resulting from regular participation in physical activity.

14.) Identify the role of exercise in stress reduction.

15.) Apply the F.I.T.T. principle to an individualized fitness plan.

16.) Design a personalized fitness plan.