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1 GRADE K - 2 NYS PE Standard 1: Students will have the necessary knowledge and skills to establish and maintain physical fitness, participate in physical activity and maintain personal health Participate in activities that will improve health Perform basic loco motor skills Heart beat Endurance Strength Changes occur in your body when active Skip, jog, run, gallop, hop, jump, slide Engage in activity for longer periods of time Build endurance Be able to locate heart beat Walk various pathways Jog 2 minutes continuously Run Hop - left foot/right foot Jump - 2 foot take-off Skip - consistently Gallop - consistently Move to a beat rhythmically Role Play (jump like a frog, hop like a rabbit ) Teacher evaluation Checklists Skill tests Skill rubric Perform manipulative skills Perform basic non-loco motor skills Throw Catch Strike Flexibility Balance Throw a variety of objects with opposition Catch a variety of objects Strike a stationary object with a variety of implements Strike a moving object with a variety of implements Roll, Twist, Bend, Stretch, Pivot, Balance, Turn

2 GRADE K - 2 NYS PE Standard 2: Students will acquire the knowledge and ability necessary to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment Demonstrate positive social skills Respect Responsibility Honesty Rules apply to everyone It s ok to be different Share Taking turns Demonstrate appropriate contact Accept partners with various abilities Actively Listen listen + do Cooperate Play individually, with partners and teams Role Playing Teacher observation Self assessment Understand that a safe environment is created by the use of rules Personal Space Boundaries: General Community Rules to keep them safe in a variety of settings Move safely while being active in a variety of settings Distinguish between safe and unsafe play/movements Handle equipment properly as identified by the instructor

3 GRADE K - 2 NYS PE Standard 3: Students will understand and be able to manage their personal and community resources Be aware of various play spaces Identify play spaces in community Compare similarities & differences of community play spaces: Sport facilities Parks Playgrounds Athletic Fields Compare and Contrast Brainstorming Oral Assessment

4 GRADE 3 4 NYS PE Standard 1: Students will have the necessary knowledge and skills to establish and maintain physical fitness, participate in physical activity and maintain personal health Achieve a healthier level of fitness Components of fitness: Cardio-respiratory endurance Muscular strength Flexibility Body Mass Index (BMI) Demonstrate cardio-respiratory endurance, increase muscular strength and flexibility Monitor and improve fitness levels Brainstorming Fitnessgram Teacher evaluation Checklists Skill tests Participate in organized movement in the form of more structured games and activities. Physical activity can provide opportunities for enjoyment Offense Defense Pivot Lunge Coordination Agility Dodge Pace Force/Power Incorporate individual motor skills and apply them to more complex challenges Brainstorming Role Playing Skill rubric Rules associated with different activities/sports Perform locomotor and nonlocomotor skills proficiently* *Using TGMD2 as a resource

5 GRADE 3-4 NYS PE Standard 2: Students will acquire the knowledge and ability necessary to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment Understand how rules, equipment and space produce a safe environment. Safety considerations for activities Game rules for safety Appropriate contact Apply safety rules to activities Analyze and explain the rationale for safety rules Why do we have this safety rule? Role Playing Inquiry Teacher observation Show respect, good sportsmanship and cooperation. Specific etiquette as it applies to skill/activity Taking turns Position play Sportsmanship Team/partner support Show courtesy to others during the activity/sport Evaluate decisions in a variety of settings (reasoning for choice) Teamwork Sportsmanship Role Playing

6 GRADE 3-4 NYS PE Standard 3: Students will understand and be able to manage their personal and community resources Understand choices available regarding products and physical activity outside of school. Identify safe and appropriate activities/organized sports available in the community Differentiate between sizes or ageappropriateness of products available (i.e. sneakers, safety equipment, balls, bats, helmets ) Inquiry Research Categorize organized and unorganized activities Organized Activities Little League Pop Warner Dance Classes Soccer Leagues Cheerleading Basketball Leagues Unorganized Activities Neighborhood Games Pick Up Games Identify the responsibilities of an organized activity

7 GRADE 5 NYS PE Standard 1: Students will have the necessary knowledge and skills to establish and maintain physical fitness, participate in physical activity and maintain personal health Perform health related fitness to achieve a healthier well-being. Review fitness components: Cardio-respiratory endurance Muscular strength Flexibility Body Mass Index (BMI) Weight transfers Attention to task Speed (Pace) Perform health related concepts: Balance Coordination Agility Dodge Pace Monitor heart rate: Resting Working Recovery Technology Fitnessgram Teacher evaluation Checklists Skill tests Skill rubric Risk factors associated with unhealthy behaviors (risk factors, symptoms, diseases) Gender Age Heredity Weight Complete all components of the Fitnessgram Assessments PACER Curl-ups Push-ups Sit and Reach Trunk Lift Benefits of physical activity: Intellectual health

8 Reduce health risks Increase selfconfidence Reduce stress Improve posture SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT GRADE 5 NYS PE Standard 1: Students will have the necessary knowledge and skills to establish and maintain physical fitness, participate in physical activity and maintain personal health Perform organized movement in the form of structured games and activities Skill strategies: Offensive Defensive Sports specific terminology and skills Perform skill strategies related to activity: Execute accurate passes Perform skills smoothly Utilize appropriate spacing Move into appropriate space to execute strategy *(See Unit Themes) Inquiry Brainstorming Fitnessgram Teacher evaluation Checklists Skill tests Skill rubric

9 GRADE 5 NYS PE Standard 2: Students will acquire the knowledge and ability necessary to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment Demonstrate how rules, equipment and space produce a safe environment. Demonstrate factors to make a group function well Safety consideration for all activities Boundaries Contact Safety equipment Fouls Follow rules for the specific activity Analyze and explain the rationale for safety rules Why do we have this safety rule? Assume responsibility for self Body control Sportsmanship Effort Inquiry Teacher observation Appropriate participant and spectator behaviors Teamwork Sportsmanship Winning/losing behavior Positive cheering Reacting to officials SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

10 GRADE 5 NYS PE Standard 3: Students will understand and be able to manage their personal and community resources Understand choices available regarding products and physical activity outside of school Identify safe and appropriate activities/organized sports available in the community Differentiate between sizes or ageappropriateness of products available (i.e. sneakers, safety equipment, balls, bats, helmets ) Inquiry Research Teacher observation Catagorize organized and unorganized activities Organized Activities Little League Pop Warner Dance Classes Soccer Leagues Cheerleading Basketball Leagues Unorganized Activities Neighborhood Games Pick Up Games Identify the responsibilities of an organized activity Practices Coach Schedule Commitment Uniforms

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