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2 Mission Statement Physical activities are critical to the development and maintenance of good health. The goal of physical education is to develop physically educated individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Kindergarten This level encourages development of basic motor skills and active participation. MOTOR SKILLS - (NASPE Standard 1) Dribble Use both hands to dribble a ball in self or general space Move a ball with feet Catch Bounce and catch an object Toss and catch a variety of objects Kick Kick a stationary ball with dominant foot Strike Strike an object using side body orientation Throw Throw a variety of objects with dominant arm Volley Volley a balloon with hands or paddle Jump Jump from two feet and land on two feet Hop on foot of choice Rhythm Repeat a basic rhythmic pattern Locomotor Walk, run, gallop, skip, hop, leap, slide Balance Balance using different body parts as support Rolling Perform a log and pencil roll Weight Transfer Perform various animal walks LEARNING CONCEPTS (NASPE Standard 2) Students will: Listen and respond appropriately to teacher instructions and feedback Develop a basic movement vocabulary (space awareness, effort, relationships,locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills) Physical Education Curriculum Page 1 of 17

3 ELO s (continued)... PARTICIPATION (NASPE Standard 3) Students will: Participate regularly in warm-ups, games, and other class activities PHYSICALLY FIT (NASPE Standard 4) Students will: Sustain moderate to vigorous physical activity Identify how the body feels during different activities PERSONAL/SOCIAL (NASPE Standard 5) Students will: Follow classroom rules, procedures, and safe practices Respect property, equipment, and the rights and feelings of others VALUES EXERCISE (NASPE Standard 6) Students will: Participate in a variety of activities, alone or with others Associate positive feelings with participation in physical activity Demonstrate the ability to play with others regardless of differences Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 1 This level enables students to further develop motor skills. It also encourages students to attempt new activities, interact with others, and respond safely and appropriately. MOTOR SKILLS - (NASPE Standard 1) Dribble Dribble a ball with dominant hand in self-space or general space Dribble a ball with feet in general space Catch Catch a self-tossed or bounced object without moving from self-space Kick Kick a stationary ball using an approach Jump Hop on either foot Leap from one foot to the other, landing with bent knee Jump a turned rope Rhythm Repeat a basic rhythmic pattern Locomotor walk, run, gallop, skip, hop, leap, jump and slide while moving in a group Physical Education Curriculum Page 2 of 17

4 ELO s (continued)... Strike Strike, showing side orientation and proper grip, using a variety of equipment Throw Throw an object overhand and underhand Volley Volley a lightweight object with hands Balance Travel on low equipment Perform simple balances on low equipment Rolling Perform a log roll and egg roll, going from right and left Attempt forward roll Weight Transfer Transfer weight to hands while hanging on apparatus or performing simple stunts LEARNING CONCEPTS (NASPE Standard 2) Listen and respond appropriately to teacher instructions and feedback Develop a basic movement vocabulary (space awareness, effort,relationships,locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills) PARTICIPATION (NASPE Standard 3) Participate regularly in warm-ups, games, and other class activities PHYSICALLY FIT (NASPE Standard 4) Sustain moderate to vigorous physical activity Identify a physical activity which increases the heart rate, and is enjoyable PERSONAL/SOCIAL (NASPE Standard 5) Follow classroom rules, procedures, and safe practices Respect property, equipment, and the rights and feelings of others VALUES EXERCISE (NASPE Standard 6) Participate in a variety of activities, alone or with others Associate positive feelings with participation in physical activity Demonstrate the ability to play with others regardless of differences Physical Education Curriculum Page 3 of 17

5 Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 2 This level enables students to further develop motor skills. It also encourages students to use feedback to improve their performance, identify healthy activities, and respect the rights and feelings of others. MOTOR SKILLS (NASPE Standard 1) Dribble dribble a ball with dominant hand in self-space or general space dribble a ball with feet in general space Jump hop on either foot leap from one foot to the other, landing with knees bent jump a turned rope Catch catch a self-tossed or bounced object without moving from self-space Kick kick a stationary ball using an approach Strike strike, showing side orientation and proper grip, using a variety of equipment Throw throw an object overhand and underhand Volley volley a lightweight object with hands Rhythm repeat a basic rhythmic pattern Locomotor walk, run, gallop, skip, hop, leap, jump, slide while moving in a group Balance Travel on low equipment Perform simple balances on low Rolling perform a log roll and egg roll, going from left to right attempt forward roll Weight transfer Transfer weight to hands while hanging on apparatus or performing simple stunts LEARNING CONCEPTS (NASPE Standard 2) Use appropriate feedback to improve performance Develop a basic movement vocabulary (space awareness, effort, relationships, locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills) PARTICIPATION (NASPE Standard 3) Participate regularly in warm-ups, games, and other class activities Identify at least three healthy activities in which they participate PHYSICALLY FIT (NASPE Standard 4) Sustained physical activity that causes an increased heart rate and heavy breathing Participate and understand importance of physical fitness testing Participate in physical activity that reflect the components of health-related fitness ELO s (continued)... Physical Education Curriculum Page 4 of 17

6 PERSONAL/SOCIAL (NASPE Standard 5) Follow classroom rules, procedures, and safe practices Demonstrate peaceful conflict resolution Respect property, equipment, and the rights and feelings of others VALUES EXERCISE (NASPE Standard 6) Participate in a variety of activities, alone or with others Accept and express feelings (in a socially acceptable manner) that result from challenges, successes, and failures in new physical activity Demonstrate the ability to play with others regardless of differences Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 3 This level focuses on refining students motor skills. It also encourages self-direction and goal setting for personal success. MOTOR SKILLS (NASPE Standard 1) Dribble dribble a ball with dominant hand while moving and with non-dominant hand while stationary dribble a ball with feet while moving Catch catch a tossed or bounced object without moving from self-space Kick kick a rolled ball using an approach Strike step toward and strike a stationary object, using a variety of equipment Throw throw an object showing opposition, weight transfer and follow through Volley volley a lightweight object with hands or paddle/racket with partner Jump hop for height and distance jump a self-turned rope forward or backward Rhythm follow a variety of rhythmic movements to music Locomotor using a mature motor pattern, move at different speeds, levels, directions, and pathways Balance travel on low equipment perform simple balances on low equipment balance with a partner Rolling perform forward roll perform backward shoulder roll Weight transfer transfer weight from feet to other body parts while traveling transfer weight from feet to hands from a standing position ELO s (continued)... Physical Education Curriculum Page 5 of 17

7 LEARNING CONCEPTS (NASPE Standard 2) use appropriate feedback to improve performance develop a basic movement vocabulary (space awareness, effort, relationships, locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills) PARTICIPATION (NASPE Standard 3) participate regularly in warm-ups, games, and other class activities explain why it is important to participate in healthy activities identify opportunities to be physically active outside the school setting PHYSICALLY FIT (NASPE Standard 4) sustained physical activity that causes an increased heart rate and heavy breathing find and count heart rate with teacher instruction participate and understand importance of physical fitness testing and identify strengths and weaknesses of their performance identify three of the five health-related components of fitness while participating in activities associated with each (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition) PERSONAL/SOCIAL (NASPE Standard 5) follow classroom rules, procedures, and safe practices apply conflict resolution skills with little or no reinforcement respect property, equipment, and the rights and feelings of others VALUES EXERCISE (NASPE Standard 6) participate in a variety of activities, alone or with others accept and express feelings (in a socially acceptable manner) that result from challenges, successes, and failures in new physical activity demonstrate the ability to play with others regardless of differences ELO s (continued)... Physical Education Curriculum Page 6 of 17

8 Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 4 This level focuses on refining students motor skills. It also encourages self-direction and goal setting for personal success. MOTOR SKILLS (NASPE Standard 1) Dribble dribble a ball with dominant and nondominant hand while moving dribble a ball with feet while moving through various stationary obstacles Catch catch a variety of objects using a mature motor pattern Kick attempt a variety of kicks Strike step toward and strike a moving object, using a variety of equipment Throw throw an object towards a target with follow through, using a mature motor pattern Volley volley a tossed object back to a partner with hands, arms, or equipment using a mature motor pattern Jump hop for height and distance jump rope for one to three minutes while performing beginning jump rope skills LEARNING CONCEPTS (NASPE Standard 2) use appropriate feedback to improve performance utilize strategies used in games and activities understand and utilize movement vocabulary Rhythm follow a variety of rhythmic movements to music Locomotor move with a mature motor pattern at different speeds, levels, and directions in game situations Balance perform a balance sequence on a mat that combines a stationary and traveling balances perform simple balances on low equipment balance with a partner Rolling perform forward roll, backward, shoulder, and sideways rolls Weight transfer transfer weight from feet to other body parts while traveling transfer weight from feet to hands from a standing position ELO s (continued)... Physical Education Curriculum Page 7 of 17

9 PARTICIPATION (NASPE Standard 3) participate regularly in warm-ups, games, and other class activities explain why it is important to participate in healthy activities identify opportunities to be physically active outside the school setting PHYSICALLY FIT (NASPE Standard 4) sustained physical activity that causes an increased heart rate and heavy breathing find and count heart rate with teacher instruction participate and understand importance of physical fitness testing and identify strengths and weaknesses of their performance identify three of the five health-related components of fitness while participating in activities associated with each (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition) PERSONAL/SOCIAL (NASPE Standard 5) follow classroom rules, procedures, and safe practices apply conflict resolution skills with little or no reinforcement respect property, equipment, and the rights and feelings of others VALUES EXERCISE (NASPE Standard 6) participate in a variety of activities, alone or with others accept and express feelings (in a socially acceptable manner) that result from challenges, successes, and failures in new physical activity demonstrate the ability to play with others regardless of differences Physical Education Curriculum Page 8 of 17

10 New Ulm Public Schools Physical Education Course Offerings Grade K-4 All elementary students K - 4 receive 27 minutes of physical education every other day in a 4 day rotation. Kindergarten - Grade 1 Curriculum: Foundation Dance Locomotor Movements Small Games Parachutes Outdoor Games Manipulatives Scooters Throwing and Catching Dribbling, Volleying and Jumping Striking Jump Ropes Kicking and Trapping Tumbling Grade 2 - Grade 4 Curriculum: Cooperatives Racquets and Paddles Flying Discs - Frisbees Kickball Football Volleyball Softball Soccer Basketball Hockey Shuffleboard Jump Rope for Heart Dance Tumbling Small Games Fitness Testing Bowling Physical Education Curriculum Page 9 of 17

11 Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 5 Standard 1: Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Manipulate objects with accuracy and speed Develop specialized movement skills (e.g., juggling, jump rome, etc.) Demonstrate beginning strategies for game and activities Standard 2: Demonstrate an understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Use fundamental strategies in modified sports-related games Identify and apply the functions of bone and muscle to performance Describe the fitness components (Health: body composition, cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, and flexibility; Fitness: agility, coordination, power, reaction time, and speed) Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Participate in regularly physical activities for the purpose of improving skill and health. Identify the benefits derived from physical activity. Participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity. Standard 4: Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of fitness. Assess personal fitness based on valid, reliable fitness test (Presidential and National Fitness Test). Set goals to improve or maintain personal fitness. Identify and choose activities working to improve personal fitness level. Participate in moderate to vigorous activity in a variety of settings. Meet the health-related fitness standards as defined by a national fitness test. Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings. Remain on task in a group activity without close teacher monitoring. Complete teacher directed attempts at skill work independently. Utilize safety principles in activity situations. Choose a partner that he/she can work with productively. Use time wisely when given the opportunity to practice and improve performance. Identify responsible decisions about using time, applying rules, and following through with the decisions resulting in good sportsmanship. ELO s (continued)... Physical Education Curriculum Page 10 of 17

12 Standard 6: Value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction. Identify opportunities to be physically active at home, school, and in the community. Celebrate personal and/or peer success and achievements. Demonstrate the acceptance of other skill and abilities. Recognize physical activity as a positive opportunity for social and group interaction and communication. Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 6 Standard 1: Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Demonstrate mature form for all locomotor and non-locomotor manipulative skills. Demonstrate increasing competence in more specialized skills (e.g. basketball layup). Standard 2: Demonstrate an understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Identify principles of practice and conditioning that enhances performance. Identify personal or peer age appropriate information feedback for performance improvement. Identify basic offensive and defensive strategies in non complex settings. Introduce the basic concepts of cardiovascular fitness (e.g., explain target heart rate zone). Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Identify opportunities in the school and community for regular participation in physical activity. Participate daily in some form of health-enhancing physical activity. Investigate personal interests and capabilities in regard to one s exercise behavior. Standard 4: Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of fitness. Participate in moderate to vigorous activity in a variety of settings. Introduce the basics of Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type (F.I.T.T) principles in variety of activities. Begin to develop a strategy for the improvement of selected fitness components. Meet the health-related fitness standards as defined by a valid and reliable test (e.g., Presidential and National Fitness Test.) Physical Education Curriculum Page 11 of 17

13 ELO s (continued)... Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings. Apply rules, procedures, and etiquette, which exhibit good sportsmanship. Participate in establishing rule, procedures, and etiquette that are safe and effective for specific activity situations. Work in a group to achieve goals in cooperative and competitive activities. Utilize time effectively to complete assigned task. Demonstrate personal responsibility by accepting consequences of personal behavior. Standard 6: Value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction. Recognize physical activity as a positive opportunity for social and group interaction and communication. Enjoy participation in physical activities. Seek personally challenging experiences in physically active opportunities. Demonstrate enjoyment from participation in physical activities. Communicate feelings towards others in a socially acceptable manner. Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 7 Standard 1: Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Demonstrate beginning strategies for net and invasion games. Adapt and combine skills to meet the demand of increasingly complex situations of selected movement forms. Standard 2: Demonstrate an understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Recognize general characteristics of movement that can be applied to specific settings. Identify the characteristics of higher skilled performance in a few movement forms. Demonstrate discipline specific knowledge. Apply principles of practice and conditioning that enhances performance. Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Identify critical aspects of a healthy lifestyle. Participate daily in some form of health-enhancing physical activity. Physical Education Curriculum Page 12 of 17

14 ELO s (continued)... Standard 4: Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of fitness. Participate in moderate to vigorous activity in a variety of settings. Meet health related fitness standards as defined by a reliable and valid fitness test (e.g., Presidential and National Fitness Test) Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings. Follow appropriate rules, procedures and etiquette that are safe and effective for specific activity situations. Work in a group to achieve group goals in cooperative and competitive settings. Demonstrate personal responsibility by accepting the consequences of personal behavior. Standard 6: Value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction. Enjoy participation in physical activities. Recognize the importance of physical activity as a tool for displaying socially acceptable behavior. Recognize the social benefits of participation in a variety of physical activities. Communicate feelings towards others in a socially acceptable manner. Essential Learner Outcomes (ELOs) for Grade 8 Standard 1: Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Demonstrate competence in modified versions of a variety of movement forms. Demonstrate competence in modified versions of a variety of individual, dual, or team activities. Standard 2: Demonstrate an understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Identify critical elements of more advanced movement skills and game strategies. Apply more discipline specific knowledge. Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Participate daily in some form of health enhancing physical activity. Participate in new and challenging lifelong activities. Physical Education Curriculum Page 13 of 17

15 ELO s (continued)... Standard 4: Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of fitness. Participate in moderate to vigorous activity in a variety of settings. Maintain the basics of the F.I.T.T principles in a variety of settings. Assess physiological indicators of exercise during and after physical activity. Meet health related fitness standards as defined by a reliable and valid fitness test (e.g., Presidential and National Fitness Test) Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings. Demonstrate personal responsibility by accepting the consequences of personal behavior. Work in a group to achieve goals in cooperative and competitive activities. Standard 6: Value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction. Enjoy participation in physical activities. Recognize the importance of physical activity as a tool for displaying socially acceptable behaviors. Communicate feelings towards others in a socially acceptable manner. New Ulm Public Schools Physical Education Course Offerings Grade 5-8 *The grade 7-8 curriculum is to be proposed by the Middle School planning team. Physical Education Course Offerings Grade 9-12 Class Grade Level Duration Req./Elective Forever Fit 9 or 10 1 semester Required Adv Phy Ed semester/full year Elective Weightlifting & Conditioning semester/full year Elective Personal Fitness semester/full year Elective PEOPEL Aide semester/full year Elective Apprentice semester/full year Elective Lifetime Activities semester/full year Elective Physical Education Curriculum Page 14 of 17

16 FOREVER FIT Physical Education Course Descriptions Grade 9-12 Forever Fit will provide structured classes designed to enhance student interest in lifelong physical activity. At NUHS, we understand the connection between physical fitness and academic success. We will strive to help students become and remain active throughout their lives through the following: Students will meet national and state standards and benchmarks for physical education. Students will create an activity and fitness plan, set individual goals, assess current levels of fitness and progress, manage time and responsibilities and overcome barriers to regular physical activity. Students will build confidence in their ability to lead active lifestyles and take control of their own health. Develop a plan to meet the minimum requirement for cardiovascular health: 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise seven days a week as recommended by the Surgeon General. Students will understand that regular exercise or activity helps prevent: heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and a host of other diseases. Regular exercise and physical activity will be stressed as the key components in maintaining a healthy body.students will choose from a variety of activities that will be selected based on student interest and facility availability. The offerings may include but are not limited to: Fitness Activities Strength Training Tennis Flag Football Soccer Speedball Volleyball Team Handball Floor Hockey Badminton Bowling ADVANCED PHYSICAL EDUCATION In Advanced PE students, will get a more in-depth experience in a variety of team and individual sports. This course is designed for the student who is interested in a competitive experience, and also has a desire to improve individual skills and knowledge of the fundamentals and strategies of the games. Program emphasis is placed on competing at a competitive level and developing not only physical fitness but also teamwork and sportsmanship. The activities may include but are not limited to: Floor Hockey Speedball Soccer Basketball Ultimate Frisbee Team Handball Badminton Volleyball Softball Tennis Goals for the Class: Demonstrate competency in a variety of sport specific motor skills through class participation. Integrate appropriate sport specific techniques and strategies into game play. Show an improvement in overall physical fitness including cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, flexibility and concentration through daily participation and periodic assessments. Demonstrate understanding of rules and strategies of various sports through the completion of written tests. Safel y and confidentl y compete in a variet y of sports and physical activities. Physical Education Curriculum Page 15 of 17

17 Physical Education Course Descriptions Grade 9-12 (continued) WEIGHT LIFTING AND CONDITIONING Weight Lifting & Conditioning is designed to meet the needs of the beginner as well as the experienced fitness enthusiast. This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn basic skills, techniques, and knowledge in exercises and the methods utilized in improving muscular strength, muscular endurance, aerobic and anaerobic conditioning (cardiovascular endurance), and flexibility of the human body. The course will combine various elements of strength training as well as plyometric, agility, and speed development. Each individual will have the opportunity to create their own unique training program or to follow established training programs. Students enrolled in this course during their competitive season will adjust their training schedule to accommodate competitive physical demands. Emphasis on these elements will provide students the knowledge needed to live a healthy life. GOALS FOR THE CLASS: To promote physical strength and vigor through development of strength, power, motor ability and endurance. Development of essential safety skills while in use of free weights. To develop knowledge of techniques and different areas of weight training and physical fitness programs. Development of proper kinetic and static warm-ups and exercises before and during weight lifting programs. Be able to demonstrate training techniques of aerobic exercise, anaerobic exercises, plyometrics, and speed and agility training. PERSONAL FITNESS Personal Fitness is a course designed to meet the individual needs of both women and men. The emphasis of this fitness course will be on the development of the mind and the body as a unit through a variety of aerobic activities as well as strength training and flexibility exercises. This is a noncompetitive class designed for students who are internally motivated and have a desire to develop a fitness program that meets his/her individual needs. Activities for Personal Fitness: Total body conditioning, strength training, kickboxing, yoga, pilates, aerobics (step, hi-lo impact,) strength training, ZUMBA, fitness testing (pre, mid and post) power walking, exercise balls, and circuit training. GOALS FOR THE CLASS: Increase/improve muscle strength and endurance Increase/improve cardiorespiratory endurance Enjoy exercise and continue to exercise on their end of semester Identify heart rate (target HR, exercise HR & resting HR) - usage of HR monitors Increase self-esteem and confidence Connect mind and body Stress relief Physical Education Curriculum Page 16 of 17

18 Physical Education Course Descriptions Grade 9-12 (continued) LIFETIME ACTIVITIES The activities selected in this course will foster a lifelong interest in physical recreation. This is not a competitive atmosphere, but rather an exploratory class where students can experience many different kinds of activities that can be performed at any stage of life, and learn the skills to be able to be successful at them. Some of the activities will take place off campus, and outside of the normal school day. The activities may include but are not limited to: Frisbee Golf Golf Archery Geocaching Hiking Bowling Pickle Ball Tennis Cross Country Skiing Snowshoeing Canoeing Fishing Biking GOALS FOR THE CLASS: Participates regularly in physical activity. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of fitness. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction PEOPEL Aide: (Physical Education Opportunity Program for Exceptional Learners) Students will build positive relationships with students participating in DAPE. Students will learn how to work with and communicate with DAPE students who have a variety of social and physical needs. Students will work with the teacher to come up with ideas/activities to adapt for students in DAPE. APPRENTICE: Students will build relationships while mentoring/tutoring K-3 students. Students will role model a positive attitude toward learning and school. Students will experience a community service based project atmosphere. Apprentices will provide leadership opportunities for students. Physical Education Curriculum Page 17 of 17

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