High School PE Curriculum by hedongchenchen

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									       2007

       Grace Christian Academy




[PROPOSED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL PE
CURRICULUM]
A document the PE teaching practices of Grace Christian Academy, West Bay Cayman Islands using information sourced from various resources.
                                                                        PE Curriculum
(a) Introduction.

(1) In Physical Education, students acquire the knowledge and skills for movement that provide the foundation for enjoyment, continued social development through physical
activity, and access to a physically-active lifestyle. The student exhibits a physically-active lifestyle and understands the relationship between physical activity and health
throughout the life span.

(2) In Grades 6-8, students understand in greater detail the function of the body, learn to measure their own performance more accurately, and develop plans for improvement.
They learn to use technology such as heart rate monitors to assist in measuring and monitoring their own performance. Identifying the types of activities that provide them with
enjoyment and challenge and that will encourage them to be physically active throughout life is reinforced during instruction in these grades.

(3) In high school the students will be asked to apply practical education to real life concepts and display due diligence in the pursuit of physical health. This is not only in the
knowledge of what needs to be done but also in applying it to their own lifestyles.




Please note that in the descriptions below, one grade builds on the work from the year previous. The previous years outcomes may still apply in some lesson areas and students
may be required to show that they have still have the ability to meet these objectives.
Grade                  Topic                                Objectives                        Attainment Levels ( 1-5)            Resources
  6              (6.1) Movement.               (A) perform loco-motor skills in        5. The student has attained and
                                               dynamic fitness, sport;                 surpassed the objectives listed opposite
                                                                                       and in doing so has demonstrated
            The student demonstrates                                                   excellent leadership and group skills, a
                                               (B) use relationships, levels, speed,   high level of personal application and
        competency in movement patterns
                                               direction, and pathways effectively     peer motivation. Their behavior was
        and proficiency in a few specialized   in complex group and individual         also of a high standard.
         movement forms. The student is        physical activities such as
                    expected to;               crouching low for volleyball digs,      4. The student has attained most of the
                                               stretching high during lay-ups,         objectives listed opposite and in doing
                                               positioning for a soccer pass, or       so has demonstrated some leadership
                                               passing ahead of a receiver;            and group skills, a good level of
                                                                                       personal application and peer
                                                                                       motivation. Their behavior was also of
                                               (C) perform sequences that              acceptable standard. There is room for
                                               combine running, jumping,               improvement.
                                               balancing, and weight transfer into
                                               smooth, flowing sequences;              3. The student has attained some the
                                                                                       objectives listed opposite and has
                                                (F) throw a variety of objects         demonstrated leadership and group
                                                                                       skills. Their level of personal
                                               demonstrating both accuracy and
                                                                                       application and peer motivation
                                               distance such as tennis ball,           requires review. Their behavior was
                                               softball, and basketball;               also of a standard that is acceptable.

                                               (G) strike a ball to a wall or a        2. The student has not attained as many
                                               partner with a paddle/racquet using     of the objectives listed opposite in the
                                               forehand and backhand strokes           determination of the teacher, as they
                                               continuously;                           are capable of. The student has failed
                                                                                       to demonstrate sufficient leadership
                                                                                       and group skills. Their level of
                                               (H) strike a ball using a bat or        personal application and peer
                                               racquet consistently so it travels in   motivation requires a lot of attention.
                                               an intended direction and height;
                                                                                       1. The student has not as attained
                                               (I) hand and foot dribble while         enough of the objectives listed
                                               preventing an opponent from             opposite, in the determination of the
                                                                                       teacher, as they are capable of. The
                                               stealing the ball;                      student has failed to demonstrate
                                                                                       leadership and group skills. Their level
                                               (J) keep an object in the air without   of personal application and peer
                                               catching it in a small group such as    motivation was below those expected
                                               volleyball and football; and            from a student of their age and in their
                                                                                       position.

                                               (K) throw and catch a ball
                                               consistently while guarded by an
                                               opponent.
          (6.2) Movement.               (A) know that appropriate practice
                                        in static and dynamic setting,
                                        attention, and effort are required
   The student applies movement         when learning movement skills;
   concepts and principles to the
learning and development of motor       (B) make appropriate changes in
  skills. The student is expected to:   performance based on feedback to
                                        improve skills; and

                                        (C) practice in ways that are
                                        appropriate for learning skills such
                                        as whole/part/whole, shorter
                                        practice distributed over time is
                                        better than one long session, or
                                        practicing is best in game-like
                                        conditions.


                                        (A) identify opportunities in the
                                        school and community for regular
(6.3) Physical activity and health.     participation in physical activity;

                                        (B) participate in moderate to
 The student exhibits a health
                                        vigorous health-related physical
enhancing, physically-active            activities on a regular basis;
lifestyle that provides opportunities
for enjoyment and challenge. The
                                        (C) Establish and monitor progress
student is expected to:                 toward appropriate personal fitness
                                        goals in each of the components of
                                        health-related fitness such as
                                        personal logs, group projects, and
                                        no space/or criterion referenced
                                        tests.
                                        (A) describe selected long-term
                                        benefits of regular physical
                                        activity;
(6.4) Physical activity and health.
                                        (B) classify activities as being
 The student knows the benefits         aerobic or anaerobic;
from involvement in daily physical
activity and factors that affect        (C) describe the effects of aerobic
physical performance. The student       exercise on the heart and overall
is expected to:                         health;

                                        (D) analyze effects of exercise on
                                        heart rate through the use of
                                        manual pulse checking and
                                        recovery rates, heart rate monitors;

                                        (E) identify each health-related
                                        fitness component and describe
                                        how participating in cardiovascular
                                        endurance, muscular strength and
                                        endurance, and flexibility actions
                                        impact personal fitness;

                                        (F) identify specific foods that
                                        contain protein, vitamins, and
                                        minerals that are key elements to
                                        optimal body function;

                                        (G) recognize the effects of
                                        substance abuse on personal health
                                        and performance in physical
                                        activity;

                                        (H) analyze ways outside
                                        influences affect decisions about
                                        care of the body such as alcohol
                                        and tobacco advertising and peer
                                        pressure; and

                                        (I) recognize that idealized images
                                        of the human body and
                                        performance as presented by the
                                        media may not be appropriate to
                                        imitate.
                                        (A) use equipment safely and
                                        properly;
 (6.5) Physical activity and health.
                                        (B) select and use proper attire that
   The student understands and
                                        promotes participation and
applies safety practices associated     prevents injury;
with physical activities. The student
           is expected to:              (C) include warm-up and cool-
                                        down procedures regularly during
                                        exercise; monitor potentially
                                        dangerous environmental
                                        conditions such as wind, cold, heat,
                                        and insects; and recommend
                                        prevention and treatment;

                                        (D) identify potentially dangerous
                                        exercises and their adverse effects
                                        on the body;
                                         (A) know basic rules for sports
                                         played such as setting up to
     (6.6) Social development.           start, restarting, violating rules;
                                         and
   The student understands basic
                                         (B) keep accurate score during
components such as strategies and
                                         a contest.
     rules of structured physical
 activities including, but not limited
    to, games, sports, dance, and
gymnastics. The student is expected
                   to:
                                         (A) participate in establishing
                                         rules, procedures, and etiquette
     (6.7) Social development.           that are safe and effective for
                                         specific activity situations;
The student develops positive self-
                                         (B) handle conflicts that arise
   management and social skills
                                         with others without
needed to work independently and
                                         confrontation;
  with others in physical activity
 settings. The student is expected
                                         (C) identify and follow rules
                 to:
                                         while playing sports and
                                         games;

                                         (D) accept decisions made by
                                         game officials such as student,
                                         teachers, and officials outside
                                         the school;

                                         (E) accept successes and
                                         performance limitations of self
                                         and others, exhibit appropriate
                                         behavior responses, and
                                         recognize that improvement is
                                         possible with appropriate
                                         practice; and

                                         (F) modify games/activities to
                                         improve the game/activity.
  Grade                    Topic                             Objectives              Attainment Levels ( 1-5)                   Resources
Grade 7-12      (7.1) Movement. The student       (A) coordinate movements with      5. The student has attained and
                                                                                     surpassed the objectives listed opposite
                demonstrates competency in        teammates to achieve team
                                                                                     and in doing so has demonstrated
             movement patterns and proficiency    goals;                             excellent leadership and group skills, a
               in a few specialized movement                                         high level of personal application and
                                                                                     peer motivation. Their behavior was
             forms. The student is expected to:   (B) demonstrate appropriate        also of a high standard.
                                                  relationships to an opponent in
                                                  dynamic game situations such
                                                                                     4. The student has attained most of the
                                                  as staying between opponent        objectives listed opposite and in doing
                                                  and goal and moving between        so has demonstrated some leadership
                                                  opponent and the ball;             and group skills, a good level of
                                                                                     personal application and peer
                                                                                     motivation. Their behavior was also of
                                                  (C) demonstrate appropriate        acceptable standard. There is room for
                                                  speed and generation of force      improvement.
                                                  such as running sprints, running
                                                  distance, throwing a disc,         3. The student has attained some the
                                                                                     objectives listed opposite and has
                                                  jumping, kicking;
                                                                                     demonstrated leadership and group
                                                                                     skills. Their level of personal
                                                   (F) demonstrate, without cue,     application and peer motivation
                                                                                     requires review. Their behavior was
                                                  critical elements in specialized   also of a standard that is acceptable.
                                                  skills related to sports such as
                                                  overhand throw for
                                                                                     2. The student has not attained as many
                                                  distance/force, serving and        of the objectives listed opposite in the
                                                  bumping, volleyball, shooting a    determination of the teacher, as they
                                                  basketball, shooting a lay-up,     are capable of. The student has failed
                                                                                     to demonstrate sufficient leadership
                                                  forehand and backhand,
                                                                                     and group skills. Their level of
                                                  striking with a racket or club,    personal application and peer
                                                  or batting;                        motivation requires a lot of attention.


                                                  (G) combine skills competently     1. The student has not as attained
                                                                                     enough of the objectives listed
                                                  to participate in modified
                                                                                     opposite, in the determination of the
                                                  versions of team and individual    teacher, as they are capable of. The
                                                  sports; and                        student has failed to demonstrate
                                                                                     leadership and group skills. Their level
                                                                                     of personal application and peer
                                                                                     motivation was below those expected
                                                                                     from a student of their age and in their
                                                                                     position.
  (7.2) Movement. The student           (A) create and modify activities
 applies movement concepts and          that provide practice of selected
  principles to the learning and        skills to improve performance
 development of motor skills. The       such as practice with non-
      student is expected to:           dominant hand, practice
                                        specific game situations,

                                        (B) identify and apply similar
                                        movement concepts and
                                        elements in a variety of sport
                                        skills such as throwing;

                                        (C) describe the importance of
                                        goal setting in improving skill;

                                        (D) detect and correct errors in
                                        personal or partner's skill
                                        performance;

                                        (E) make appropriate changes
                                        in performance based on
                                        feedback;

                                        (F) identify and apply basic
                                        biomechanical principles such
                                        as lowering the center of
                                        gravity and widening the base
                                        of support; and

                                        (G) use basic offensive and
                                        defensive strategies while
                                        playing a modified version of a
                                        sport.


  (7.3) Physical activity and health.   (A) participate in games, sports,
     The student exhibits a health      dance, and/or outdoor pursuits
     enhancing, physically-active       in and outside of school based
lifestyle that provides opportunities   on individual interests and/or
  for enjoyment and challenge. The      capabilities;
        student is expected to:
                                        (B) identify favorite lifelong
                                        physical activities;

                                        (C) participate in moderate to
                                        vigorous health-related physical
                                        activities on a regular basis;

                                        (D) evaluate personal fitness
                                        goals and make appropriate
                                        changes for improvement; and

                                        (E) select and use appropriate
                                        technology tools to evaluate,
                                        monitor, and improve physical
                                        development.


 (7.4) Physical activity and health.    (A) list long term physiological
   The student knows the benefits       and psychological benefits that
from involvement in daily physical      may result from regular
     activity and factors that affect   participation in physical
physical performance. The student       activity;
                     is expected to:
                                        (B) assess physiological effects
                                        of exercise during and after
                                        physical activity;

                                        (C) match personal physical
                                        activities to health-related
                                        fitness components;

                                        (D) analyze the strength and
                                        weaknesses of selected physical
                                        activities;

                                        (E) identify proteins, fats,
                                        carbohydrates, water, vitamins,
                                        and minerals as key elements
                                        found in foods that are
                                        necessary for optimal body
                                        function;

                                        (F) identify and apply basic
                                        weight training principles and
                                        safety practices such as
                                        appropriate goals, appropriate
                                        weight and repetitions, body
                                        alignment, principle of
                                        frequency, intensity, and time,
                                         and importance of balance in
                                         muscle pairs;

                                         (G) describe and predict the
                                         effects of fitness-related stress
                                         management techniques on the
                                         body;

                                         (H) explain the effects of eating
                                         and exercise patterns on weight
                                         control, self-concept and
                                         physical performance; and

                                         (I) recognize the effects of
                                         substance abuse on personal
                                         health and performance in
                                         physical activity.


  (7.5) Physical activity and health.    (A) use equipment safely and
       The student understands and       properly;
 applies safety practices associated
with physical activities. The student    (B) select and use proper attire
                       is expected to:   that promotes participation and
                                         prevents injury;

                                         (C) include warm-up and cool-
                                         down procedures regularly
                                         during exercise; monitor
                                         potentially dangerous
                                         environmental conditions such
                                         as wind, cold, heat, and insects;
                                         and recommend prevention and
                                         treatment;

                                         (D) analyze exercises for their
                                         effects on the body such as
                                         beneficial/potentially
                                         dangerous; and

                                         (E) recognize harmful effects of
                                         the sun such as sunburn,
                                         heatstroke, heat exhaustion, and
                                         heat cramps and recommend
                                         prevention methods.


   (7.6) Social development. The         (A) distinguish between
      student understands basic          compliance and noncompliance
components such as strategies and        with rules and regulations and
     rules of structured physical        apply agreed upon
 activities including, but not limited   consequences when officiating;
    to, games, sports, dance, and        and
gymnastics. The student is expected
                   to:                   (B) describe fundamental
                                         components and strategies used
                                         in target, and fielding games
                                         such as football alternating the
                                         speed and direction of the ball,
                                         invasion-fakes, give and go,
                                         target-concentration, judging
                                         the sittuation, and fielding-back
                                         up other players.


  (7.7) Social development. The          (A) solve problems in physical
  student develops positive self-        activities by analyzing causes
   management and social skills          and potential solutions;
needed to work independently and
  with others in physical activity       (B) work cooperatively in a
 settings. The student is expected       group to achieve group goals in
                 to:                     competitive as well as
                                         cooperative settings;

                                         (C) accept decisions made by
                                         game officials such as student,
                                         teachers, and officials outside
                                         the school;

                                         (D) use peer interaction
                                         positively to enhance personal
                                         physical activity and safety
                                         such as encourage friends and
                                         joins teams; and

                                         (E) recognize the role of games,
                                         sport, and dance in getting to
                                         know and understand others.
   (8.1) Movement. The student         (A) coordinate movements with      5. The student has attained and
                                                                          surpassed the objectives listed opposite
   demonstrates competency in          team mates to achieve team
                                                                          and in doing so has demonstrated
 fundamental movement patterns         goals;                             excellent leadership and group skills, a
and proficiency in a few specialized                                      high level of personal application and
                                                                          peer motivation. Their behavior was
  movement forms. The student is       (B) demonstrate appropriate        also of a high standard.
            expected to:               relationships of the body to an
                                       opponent in dynamic game
                                                                          4. The student has attained most of the
                                       situations such as staying         objectives listed opposite and in doing
                                       between opponent and goal and      so has demonstrated some leadership
                                       moving between opponent and        and group skills, a good level of
                                                                          personal application and peer
                                       the ball;
                                                                          motivation. Their behavior was also of
                                                                          acceptable standard. There is room for
                                       (C) demonstrate appropriate        improvement.
                                       speed and generation of force
                                       such as running sprints, running   3. The student has attained some the
                                                                          objectives listed opposite and has
                                       distance, throwing a disc,
                                                                          demonstrated leadership and group
                                       jumping, or kicking;               skills. Their level of personal
                                                                          application and peer motivation
                                                                          requires review. Their behavior was
                                       (D) perform selected folk,         also of a standard that is acceptable.
                                       country, square, line, creative,
                                       and/or aerobic dances;
                                                                          2. The student has not attained as many
                                                                          of the objectives listed opposite in the
                                       (E) design and perform             determination of the teacher, as they
                                                                          are capable of. The student has failed
                                       sequences of dance                 to demonstrate sufficient leadership
                                       steps/movements into practiced     and group skills. Their level of
                                       sequences with intentional         personal application and peer
                                       changes in speed, direction, and   motivation requires a lot of attention.
                                       flow;
                                                                          1. The student has not as attained
                                                                          enough of the objectives listed
                                       (F) demonstrate without cue        opposite, in the determination of the
                                       critical elements in specialized   teacher, as they are capable of. The
                                       skills related to sports such as   student has failed to demonstrate
                                                                          leadership and group skills. Their level
                                       overhand throw for                 of personal application and peer
                                       distance/force, serving and        motivation was below those expected
                                       bumping, volleyball, shooting a    from a student of their age and in their
                                       basketball, shooting a lay-up,     position.
                                       forehand and backhand striking
                                       with a racket or club, or
                                       batting;

                                       (G) combine skills competently
                                       to participate in modified
                                       versions of team and individual
                                       sports; and
                   (8.2) Movement.       (A) create and modify activities
                                         that provide practice of selected
     The student applies movement        skills to improve performance
       concepts and principles to the    such as practice with non-
                                         dominant hand, practice
learning and development of motor
                                         specific game situations, and
   skills. The student is expected to:
                                         practice jumps or cartwheels in
                                         both directions;

                                         (B) identify and apply similar
                                         movement concepts and
                                         elements in a variety of sport
                                         skills such as throwing and
                                         tennis serving;

                                         (C) describe the importance of
                                         goal setting in improving skill;

                                         (D) detect and correct errors in
                                         his/her or partner's skill
                                         performance;

                                         (E) make appropriate changes
                                         in performance based on
                                         feedback;

                                         (F) identify and apply basic
                                         biomechanical principles such
                                         as lowering the center of
                                         gravity and widening the base
                                         of support to increase stability;
                                         and

                                         (G) use basic offensive and
                                         defensive strategies while
                                         playing a modified version of a
                                         sport.
  (8.3) Physical activity and health.   (A) describe and select physical
     The student exhibits a health      activities that provide for
     enhancing, physically-active       enjoyment and challenge;
lifestyle that provides opportunities
  for enjoyment and challenge. The      (B) identify opportunities in the
        student is expected to:         school and community for
                                        regular participation in physical
                                        activity;

                                        (C) participate in games, sports,
                                        dance, and/or outdoor pursuits
                                        in and outside of school based
                                        on individual interests and/or
                                        capabilities;

                                        (D) identify favorite lifelong
                                        physical activities;

                                        (E) participate in moderate to
                                        vigorous physical activity for a
                                        sustained period of time on a
                                        regular basis;

                                        (F) maintain healthy levels of
                                        flexibility;

                                        (G) develop and maintain
                                        muscular strength and
                                        endurance of the arms,
                                        shoulders, abdomen, back, and
                                        legs;

                                        (H) evaluate personal fitness
                                        goals and make appropriate
                                        changes for improvement; and

                                        (I) select and use appropriate
                                        technology tools to evaluate,
                                        monitor, and improve physical
                                        development.
 (8.4) Physical activity and health.    (A) list long term physiological
   The student knows the benefits       and psychological benefits that
     from being involved in daily       may result from regular
  physical activity and factors that    participation in physical
  affect physical performance. The      activity;
        student is expected to:
                                        (B) select aerobic exercises and
                                        describe the effects on the heart
                                        and overall health;

                                        (C) assess physiological effects
                                        of exercise during and after
                                        physical activity;

                                        (D) identify proteins, fats,
                                        carbohydrates, water, vitamins,
                                        and minerals as key elements
                                        found in foods that are
                                        necessary for optimal body
                                        function;

                                        (E) identify and apply basic
                                        gym training principles and
                                        safety practices;

                                        (F) describe and predict the
                                        effects of stress management
                                        techniques on the body;

                                        (G) explain the effects of eating
                                        and exercise patterns on weight
                                        control, self-concept, and
                                        physical performance; and

                                        (H) recognize the effects of
                                        substance abuse on personal
                                        health and performance in
                                        physical activity.
 (8.5) Physical activity and health.    (A) use equipment safely and
   The student understands and          properly;
applies safety practices associated
with physical activities. The student   (B) select and use proper attire
           is expected to:              that promotes participation and
                                      prevents injury;

                                      (C) include warm-up and cool-
                                      down procedures regularly
                                      during exercise; monitor
                                      potentially dangerous
                                      environmental conditions such
                                      as wind, cold, heat, and insects;
                                      and recommend prevention and
                                      treatment;

                                      (D) analyze exercises for their
                                      effects on the body such as
                                      beneficial/potentially
                                      dangerous; and

                                      (E) recognize harmful effects of
                                      the sun such as sunburn,
                                      heatstroke, heat exhaustion, and
                                      heat cramps and recommend
                                      prevention methods.


    (8.7) Social development.         (A) solve problems in physical
                                      activities by analyzing causes and
                                      potential solutions;
The student develops positive self-
   management and social skills
                                      (B) work cooperatively in a group
needed to work independently and      to achieve group goals in
  with others in physical activity    competitive as well as cooperative
 settings. The student is expected    settings;
                 to:
                                      (C) identify and follow rules while
                                      playing sports and games;

                                      (D) accept decisions made by game
                                      officials including student,
                                      teachers, and officials outside the
                                      school; and

                                      (E) use peer interaction positively
                                      to enhance personal physical
                                      activity and safety such as
                                      encourage friends and join teams.
All High School                                           .
            (1) Movement.                 (A) apply physiological            5. The student has attained and
                                                                             surpassed the objectives listed opposite
                                          principles related to exercise
                                                                             and in doing so has demonstrated
    While participating in physical       and training such as warm-         excellent leadership and group skills, a
     activity, the student applies        up/cool down, overload,            high level of personal application and
                                          frequency, intensity,              peer motivation. Their behavior was
   physiological and biomechanical                                           also of a high standard.
                                          specificity, or progression; and
 principles to improve health-related
 fitness. The student is expected to:                                        4. The student has attained most of the
                                          (B) apply biomechanical            objectives listed opposite and in doing
                                          principles related to exercise     so has demonstrated some leadership
                                          and training such as force,        and group skills, a good level of
                                                                             personal application and peer
                                          leverage, and type of
                                                                             motivation. Their behavior was also of
                                          contraction.                       acceptable standard. There is room for
        (2) Social development.                                              improvement.


  During physical activity, the student   (A) apply rules, procedures,       3. The student has attained some the
                                          and etiquette; and                 objectives listed opposite and has
  develops positive self-management                                          demonstrated leadership and group
    and social skills needed to work                                         skills. Their level of personal
  independently and with others. The      (B) recognize and resolve          application and peer motivation
                                          conflicts during physical          requires review. Their behavior was
        student is expected to:                                              also of a standard that is acceptable.
                                          activity.
                                                                             2. The student has not attained as many
                                                                             of the objectives listed opposite in the
                                                                             determination of the teacher, as they
                                                                             are capable of. The student has failed
                                                                             to demonstrate sufficient leadership
                                                                             and group skills. Their level of
                                                                             personal application and peer
                                                                             motivation requires a lot of attention.

                                                                             1. The student has not as attained
                                                                             enough of the objectives listed
                                                                             opposite, in the determination of the
                                                                             teacher, as they are capable of. The
                                                                             student has failed to demonstrate
                                                                             leadership and group skills. Their level
                                                                             of personal application and peer
                                                                             motivation was below those expected
                                                                             from a student of their age and in their
                                                                             position.



    (3) Physical activity and health.     (A) demonstrate safety
                                          procedures such as spotting
  The student applies safety practices    during gymnastics and using
   associated with physical activity.     non-skid footwear;
      The student is expected to:
                                          (B) describe examples and
                                        exercises that may be harmful
                                        or unsafe;

                                        (C) explain the relationship
                                        between fluid balance, physical
                                        activity, and environmental
                                        conditions such as loss of water
                                        and salt during exercise; and

                                        (D) identify the effects of
                                        substance abuse on physical
                                        performance.
(4) Physical activity and health. The   (A) explain the relationship
  student applies fitness principles    between physical fitness and
 during a personal fitness program.     health;
     The student is expected to:
                                        (B) participate in a variety of
                                        activities that develop health-
                                        related physical fitness
                                        activities including aerobic
                                        exercise to develop
                                        cardiovascular efficiency;

                                        (C) demonstrate the skill-
                                        related components of physical
                                        fitness such as agility, balance,
                                        coordination, power, reaction
                                        time, and speed;

                                        (D) compare and contrast
                                        health-related and skill-related
                                        fitness;

                                        (E) describe methods of
                                        evaluating health-related fitness
                                        such as Cooper's 1.5 mile run
                                        test;

                                        (F) list and describe the
                                        components of exercise
                                        prescription such as overload
                                        principle, type, progression, or
                                        specificity;

                                        (G) design and implement a
                                        personal fitness program; and

                                        (H) evaluate consumer issues
                                        related to physical fitness such
                                        as marketing claims promoting
                                        fitness products and services.


(5) Physical activity and health. The   (A) investigate positive and
  student comprehends practices         negative attitudes towards
   that impact daily performance,       exercise and physical activities;
  physical activity, and health. The
       student is expected to:          (B) describe physical fitness
                                        activities that can be used for
                                        stress reduction;

                                        (C) explain how over training
                                        may contribute to negative
                                        health problems such as
                                        bulimia and anorexia;

                                        (D) analyze the relationship
                                        between sound nutritional
                                        practices and physical activity;

                                        (E) explain myths associated
                                        with physical activity and
                                        nutritional practices;

                                        (F) analyze methods of weight
                                        control such as diet, exercise,
                                        or combination of both; and

                                        (G) identify changeable risk
                                        factors such as inactivity,
                                        smoking, nutrition, and stress
                                        that affect physical activity and
                                        health.
                                                                     References

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Physical Education

The Cayman Draft Programme for Physical Education and Study and Attainment for Key Stages 1,2 and 3

PHYSCIAL EDUCATION SCHOOL SPORT AND CLUB LINKS (PESSCL) www.qca.org.uk/pess

								
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