1 The following is an alignment of State of Illinois Goals and Standards for Physical Development, our physical education curriculum, and our district learner statement for physical education compiled by Beth Cooper. Physical Development State Goal #19: Acquire movement skills and understand concepts needed to engage in health-enhancing physical activity. State Standards A. Demonstrate physical competency in individual and team sports, creative movement and leisure and work-related activities. B. Analyze various movement concepts and applications. C. Demonstrate knowledge of rules of safety and strategies during physical activity. STATE GOAL #19 ACTIVITIES FOR FIRST GRADE. 1. Fundamental body management skills: balance, coordination, laterality, directionality, spatial awareness, body identification, levels of movement. 2. Fundamental locomotor skills: walks, power walk, jog, run, hop, jump, leap, and gallop, slide, and skip. (Vary pathways, directions, and speeds) 3. Fundamental nonlocomotor skill: bend, stretch, twist, turn, swing, sway, push, pull. 4. Fundamental manipulative skills: roll, underhand throw, overhand throw, catch, kick, strike, bounce, dribble, pass, shoot, trap. 5. Creative Rhythms: Interpret and move to different rhythms. 6. Games: Demonstrate knowledge of the rules for age – appropriate games. 7. Values: Demonstrate enthusiasm for class activities, appreciate the benefits that accompany cooperation and sharing. STATE GOAL #19 ACTIVITIES FOR SECOND GRADE 1. Fundamental body management skills: balance coordination, laterality, directionality, spatial awareness, body awareness, balance, and levels of movement. 2. Fundamental locomotor skills: Power-walk, walk, run, jog, hop, jump, leap, gallop, slide, and skip, explore pathways and direction. 3. Fundamental nonlocomotor skills: bend, stretch, twist, turn, push, pull. 4. Fundamental Manipulative Skills: roll, underhand throw, overhand throw, catch, strike, bounce, dribble, pass, shoot, trap. 5. Rhythms: Basic rhythm activities keep time as they move, exhibit various locomotor movements to a beat, develop ability to sustain moderate rhythmic activity for a 10 minute period, sequencing of locomotor and nonlocomotor movements. 6. Apply classroom rules and procedures with teacher reinforcement. 7. Apply safety practices with little or no reinforcement. Use equipment and space safely and properly, Work safely with classmates. Stop activity immediately on signal to do so. Follow directions. 8. Values: Gain competence to provide increased enjoyment in movement. Try new activities. Appreciate the benefits that accompany cooperation and sharing. Accept the feelings resulting from challenges, successes, and failures in physical activity. STATE GOAL #19 ACTIVITIES FOR THIRD GRADE 1. Fundamental object control skills: Roll /throw underhand, catch, dribble, kick, trap Demonstrate through skill practice proper technique. 2. Fundamental movement skills: Locomotor skills, demonstrate 8 correctly (skip, run walk, power walk, jog, leap, hop, jump, gallop slide.) 3. Safety: Fundamental body management and control while moving. Safe movement under control. (body and spatial awareness)Able to change speed, direction, path while moving safely. STATE GOAL # 19 ACTIVITIES FOR FOURTH GRADE 1. Fundamental movement skills: Jump rope skills self/ partner. Assess rope length, and be able to demonstrate proper turning, various foot patterns, and sustain jumping for certain amount of time. . PHYSICAL EDUCATION STATE GOALS AND LEARNER STATEMENTS /MS COOPER W.C.ELEM. P.E. 2 2. Demonstrate balance during activities on one foot and balance while moving.(center of gravity) 3. Reinforce fundamental manipulative(object control) skills and add striking a moving object.(kick ball, tennis, badminton volleyball) 4. Safety: Demonstrate safety procedures appropriate to level. As the speed of the game and student body size increases students need to practice safe movement under control. 5. Values: Demonstrate understanding of rules while playing by being able to accept decisions of others and calling self-violations. Contribute as a participating member of a group and demonstrate good sportsmanship. Lose with out pouting or blaming, win without gloating. STATE GOAL #19 ACTIVITIES FOR FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE (Many of our sections are combined at this level) 1. Refinement of fundamental movement skills, balances, and sport specific skills. 2. Demonstrate ability to change directions under control. 3. Phases of movement(ready position, take back, contact, follow through) 4. Demonstrate rules, competitive strategies in game situations.( Basketball, volleyball, Flag football, Soccer, Golf) 5. Develop more advanced skills. (Some examples: Pass patterns in flag football, 4-step approach and pocket placement in bowling, grip, stance swing in golf, pacing in long distance runs for conditioning, cross country, and track and field.) STATE GOAL #20:Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness based upon continual self- assessment. STATE STANDARDS: A. Know and apply the principles and components of health-related fitness. B. Assess individual fitness levels. C. Set goals based on fitness data and develop, implement and monitor an individual fitness improvement plan. STATE GOAL # 20 – ACTIVITIES FOR FIRST GRADE 1. Feel the difference between resting and exercise heart rate (Concepts of breathing heavier, increased beating of heart, perspiration.) 2. Learn and demonstrate flexibility 3. Learn and demonstrate muscle strength. STATE GOAL #20- ACTIVITIES FOR SECOND GRADE 1. Identify body parts as they continue to work on fitness components of stretching and bending and abdominal and upper body muscle strengthening exercises. 2. Identify basic knowledge of positive effects of exercise (Increased heart rate means heart is exercising. body heats up with exercise- means heart is pumping blood throughout the body, blood carries the oxygen throughout the body.) STATE GOAL # 20 - ACTIVITIES FOR THIRD GRADE 1. Learn and demonstrate cardiovascular fitness through conditioning and build up to completion of mile distance. 2. Focus and practice correct technique with flexibility during stretches and abdominal strength during warm ups. Participate in fitness testing and receive Fitnessgram. (Fitness assessment from Cooper Institute for Aerobic Research) 3. Recognize appropriate warm up and stretching technique.( stretch , no bounce, bent knees, hands on floor, not full curl ups for strength) STATE GOAL # 20 - ACTIVITIES FOR FOURTH GRADE 1. Students continue to work on cardiovascular fitness and learn how to locate pulse/heart rate, before, during and after exercise. (Check pulse or use heart rate monitor) 2. Students recognize different levels of flexibility using different stretches, and continue to work to improve flexibility and muscle strength using correct form during warm ups. 3. Students complete fitness testing for all three areas of health related fitness using the fitness gram. STATE GOAL #20 - ACTIVITIES FOR FITH AND SIXTH GRADE 1. Know the difference and be able to take resting heart rate and exercise or working heart rate. 2. Be able to sustain aerobic activity for 15 minutes. 3. Continue to set goals and work to improve in time, monitor steps, distance, or amount of activity. (Pedometers, stop watches, and or exercise log.) 4. Participate in fitness testing. 5. Identify exercises related to different areas of health related fitness. 6. Describe difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise. . PHYSICAL EDUCATION STATE GOALS AND LEARNER STATEMENTS /MS COOPER W.C.ELEM. P.E. 3 STATE GOAL # 21 Develop team-building skills by working with others through physical activity. STATE STANDARDS: A. Demonstrate individual responsibility during group physical activities. B. Demonstrate cooperative skills during structured group physical activity. STATE GOAL # 21- ACTIVITIES FOR FIRST GRADE 1. Safety: Demonstrate knowledge of self and group space, apply class rules and procedures. (spacing, safety, use equipment safely, safe movement with awareness of others, stop activityon signal to do so.) 2. Personal Behavior: Follow directions and show an understanding of acting independently and following procedures independently of the teacher. Demonstrate active involvement in physical activity and an enthusiasm for trying new activities introduced in class. Be responsible. 3. Cooperative Behavior: Work cooperatively with others, demonstrate a positive attitude toward PE recognize joy of shared play, treat others with respect. Resolve conflicts in socially acceptable ways. Be respectful. STATE GOAL#21- ACTIVITIES FOR SECOND GRADE 1. Basic movement concepts, body and spatial awareness: use equipment safely and properly, know and comply with classroom procedures and safety rules, work safely without colliding with others, stop activity on signal to do so, follow directions. 2. Cooperation, sportsmanship: Work safely with others, show awareness of others, work cooperatively with others when assigned a task, appreciate the benefits that accompany sharing and cooperation, identify alternative and socially acceptable methods of resolving conflict, accept the feelings resulting from challenges, successes and failures in physical activity. STATE GOAL #21 ACTIVITIES FOR THIRD GRADE 1. Demonstrate responsibility (Be respectful, be responsible.) by working cooperatively in individual, partner and group activities. 2. Demonstrate responsibility to move safely and stay on task while throwing, dodging, fleeing, and chasing. 3. Follow directions, and demonstrate good sportsmanship. STATE GOAL # 21 ACTIVITIES FOR FOURTH GRADE 1. Behavior Effort and Teamwork: Demonstrate good sportsmanship.( lose without pouting or blaming, win without gloating) while working cooperatively in individual , partner and group activities 2. Follow game rules. Accept decisions made by others. 3. Recognize positive feelings that come from physical activity. STATE GOAL #21 ACTIVITIES FOR FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE 1. Demonstrate safety appropriate to level. 2. Make conscious decisions about applying rules, safety, sportsmanship, and etiquette. 3. Follow game rules, get along with opponents, support teammates, and accept decisions made by others. 4. Work together to achieve a goal. 5. Resolve disagreements without arguing. 6. Demonstrate "the golden rule", be respectful, be responsible. 7. Demonstrate teamwork, cooperation and sportsmanship through game play. . PHYSICAL EDUCATION STATE GOALS AND LEARNER STATEMENTS /MS COOPER W.C.ELEM. P.E.