PE Curriculum
  • Physical Education

    Curriculum Guide

    Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

    Content/Topic

    Learning Standards

    Learning Objectives

    Activities

    Assessments

    Resources

    First 10 Lessons Of Physical Education  Building a Foundation





    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19:A.1a, 1b,

    19.B.1.a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21B.1a

    24.1a, 1b

    Students should be able to demonstrate locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills (some combining skills); understand the difference between personal space and general space; participate in games that increase heart rate while following rules and procedures safely

    1. orientation & personal/general space
    2. Locomotor skills, levels, & directions
    3. pathways, tempos, & creative moves
    4. Body Management & balance
    5. moving in pairs/moving in groups
    6. Chasing & fleeing

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on being able to perform the following locomotor skills:  walking, jumping, galloping, hopping, side sliding, running, leaping, skipping in all the different levels, pathways, tempos, directions & relationships.  



    Parachute

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.1a

    19.B.1.a, 1b

    20.A.1a,B.1a

    21.A.1a

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to respond to locomotor/nonlocomotor skills while manipulating a parachute.  

    Students will be able to understand force and absorption when using the parachute with a ball.  Students will be able to follow directions, procedures, and work cooperatively to create shapes with a parachute.  

    1. parachute introduction
    2. chute shapes
    3. moving with the parachute
    4. fitness exercises with the parachute

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class



    Summative:  

    Skills assessment following rubric including parts on motor development, cognitive development, social development and personal development.    



     

    Manipulatives

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to manipulate objects of different shapes, sizes, textures, and weights to acquire a variety of movement skills such as balancing, rolling, tossing, catching while stationary and moving.   Students will be able to develop basic skills that may later be applied to individual group sport activities.

    1. bean bag exploration
    2. twisting, turning, bending, stretching
    3. hula hoop exploration
    4. hoop spinning
    5. partner spinning
    6. circuit with multiple activities

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment during a circuit assessing motor development as it relates to locomotor/nonlocomotor skills with objects, overhand, underhand patterns, working with others, creating new moves.

     

    Kicking & Trapping

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:   

    19.A.1a, 1b,

    19.B.1a, B.1b,

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to walk and job safely in space with other students while kicking and trapping a ball.  Students will be able to control the force/strength they use in order to dribble the ball with control while around other students.

    1. Dribble Soccer style
    2. Ball -control Drills (using some of the same ball handling drills as 3-5)
    3. Control Dribble around obstacles
    4. Partner Roll, pass, and trap
    5. Passing in pairs

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment that will assess the student's ability to dribble, trap, and move in space safely with other students while demonstrating control over the ball.  

     

    Balance, Stunts, & Tumbling

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    21.A.1a, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to move in different ways alone or with a partner understanding with whom or what the mover is related while demonstrating spatial awareness, while performing basic balance moves, stunts (individually and with a partner) and while tumbling.  

    1. Stunts introduction
    2. Animal Balancing Act
    3. Basic Body Positions
    4. Static & Dynamic balances
    5. Jumping and landing
    6. Partner Stunts
    7. Rolls & Transfers
    8. Circuit with all of it together.

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on knowledge of positions, stunts, balances, and other moves we performed with proper form and safety understanding.   

     

    Dribble, Volley & Strike



    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to biomechanically move and participate in movement while dribbling, volleying and striking either independently or cooperatively with a group.  The student will be able to predict result of a change in movement by manipulating a biomechanical principle.

    1. Bounce & Catch Intro
    2. Dribbling Intro
    3. Volleying & Striking Intro
    4. Striking with paddles
    5. Circuit with all of it put together.  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on being able to dribble continuously, striking properly, identifying skills to do so in different situations, and working well with others during the class.  

     

    Jumping

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:   

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    20.B.1a

    20.C.1a

    21.A.1a, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to jump over a stationary rope, a moving rope, and to be able to jump for distance landing on both feet, with knees bent.  Students will be able to swing a rope for others while keeping spatial awareness.

    1. Jumping & landing patterns
    2. Jump for distance
    3. Hurdling practice
    4. Stationary jump rope
    5. long rope turning in pairs
    6. long jump rope
    7. individual jump rope
    8. circuit

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on being able to jump over stationary rope, for distance with both feet and knees bent, swinging a rope properly among other social and personal development skills.   

     

    Dance

    National:

    #1,2,3, 5, 6, 7

    State:  

    19.A.1a.1b

    19.B.1b

    20.A.1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 21.B.1a, 21.A.1b

    Students will be able to perform locomotor and non-locomotor movements to a steady beat, perform sequences related to even/uneven beats.  

    1. introduce and teach the following basic dances: the bunny hop, hokey pokey, chicken dance, electric slide, cupids shuffle,
    2. teach a different dance related to the music these students enjoy.   

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment being able to perform locomotor and non-locomotor movements to a steady beat, understanding temp & rhythm as they relate to movement and how to change speed to keep up with the change of beat.  

     

    Catching & Throwing

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.1a, 1b,

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21.B.1a,

    Students will be able to demonstrate coordination, proper form during catching and throwing. Students will be able to change the level of strength, force in order to throw the ball higher or farther.  Students will be able to determine distance when throwing and then change their method of throwing (underhand, overhand).

    1. Rolling & catching with a partner
    2. throwing underhand to targets
    3. self toss and catch
    4. target throw
    5. partner throw and catch
    6. overhand throw for distance
    7. Circuit

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on being able to throw with proper form, technique, overhand, underhand and being able to determine which is necessary, and to be able to hit a target when throwing, and catch properly and successfully.  

     

    Recreational Games

    National:  

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.1a, 1b,

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a, 1b

    20.B.1a

    21.A.1a, 1b, 1c

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to play multiple games using locomotor skills, non locomotor skills, catching, throwing, and other manipulative skills during various group games utilizing defensive and offensive skills.  Students will work well with others as a group to accomplish a team task.

    1. color tag
    2. cookie monster tag
    3. crazy cones
    4. squirrels in the tree
    5. houdini hoops
    6. battleship
    7. clean up the yard
    8. catch and chase
    9. frog crossing  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class

    Summative:  

    Skills assessment on being able to follow directions & rules, actively play the game, being able to participate/work with others during a team game.   

     

     

    Physical Education

    Curriculum Guide

    3rd - 5th Grade

    Content/Topic

    Learning Standards

    Learning Objectives

    Activities

    Assessments

    Resources

    Cooperatives

    National:  

    #1, 2, 4, 5, 6

    State:

    19.C.2a

    19.C.2b (cooperative strategies)

    21.A.2a, 2b, 2c

    21.B.2a,

    Students will be able to work with partners and in groups to complete tasks, play games, create strategies on how to “win” a game.   They set the tone for working together as a team throughout the rest of the year.

    1. (1st 3 lessons) Establishing basics (pairs and grouping)
    2. cooperation & trust
    3. Houdini Hoops
    4. Group Juggling
    5. stepping stones
    6. log jam

    variety of other team games - short unit

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will demonstrate working together and will be able to answer questions about teamwork, manners, cooperation, trust, etc.

     

    FitnessGram Fitness Testing

     

    Students will find their current fitness level in strength (push-ups, curl-ups), endurance (pacer & mile), flexibility (sit & reach), body composition (BIA).  

    1. Sit & Reach
    2. Curl up test
    3. Push-up test
    4. pacer test
    5. 1 mile run
    6. height, weight
    7. BMI - body composition

    NO assessments for grades can be used here.  Instead these are all assessments in which will set a base for their fitness goals and in order to show improvement on their fitness level througout the year and by the end of the year when we re-test.   

     

    Fitness Unit

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:   

    20.A.2a, 2b

    20.B.2a, 2b

    20.C.2a, 2b

    Students will be able to explain the FITT Principle; to differentiate which exercises are cardio, strength, and flexibility.  Students will create a personal fitness goal for themselves based on how well they did on their fitness testing in the prior unit.  

    1. Discuss Cardio Exercises, benefits of, and FITT as it relates to, do a cardio circuit.  

    2.  Discuss Strength EXercises, benefits of and how often they need to do Strength - perform a strength circuit.   

    3. Discuss flexibility and include this at the end of all circuits.  On the final day perform two full body circuits

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    students will take a written test on the FITT principle, cardio, strength, and flexibility questions, and the components of a health/fitness related program.  

     

    Basketball

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a

    20.A.1b

    21.A.1a

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to dribble, pass, and shoot the ball with proper form.  Students will also be able to understand the basic rules and positions of a regulation game of basketball.   

    1.  Ball handling drills
    2. Dribbling drills including pivoting
    3. Knock it down, pick it up
    4. Dribble Tag
    5. Pac Man Dribble
    6. Dribble Knockout
    7. Pirate Ball STeal
    8. Passing Drills
    9. Pass & Follow
    10. Corner to corner, give & go
    11. keep away
    12. Space Ship Passing
    13. Shooting Drills
    14. Firing squad
    15. Race and shoot
    16. Twenty One
    17. Play small game of regulation basketball.  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    students will take a written test on the regulation rules of basketball.  Students will also be assessed on their skills in dribbling, passing, and shooting following a skills rubric.  

    Capt’n Pete Games

    Soccer

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a

    20.A.1b

    21.A.1a

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to dribble the ball using their feet only, pass the ball with the inside or outside of their foot, and shoot the ball into the goal with appropriate form.  Students will understand the rules and regulations of a game.

    1. Ball Control Drills
    2. Dribbling Drills
    3. Soccer Hoopla
    4. Rainforest
    5. Capture the Pin
    6. Race to Space
    7. Passing Drills
    8. Soccer PinBall
    9. Shooting Drills
    10. Bandits
    11. Four Goal Soccer

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    students will take a written test on the regulation rules of Soccer.  Students will also be assessed on their skills in dribbling, passing, and shooting following a skills rubric.  

    Cap’n Pete’s games

    Roller Skating

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.2b

    19.B.2a, 2b

    19.C.2a

    20.A.2b

    21.A.2a, 2b, 2c

    Students will be able to put their skates on and tie them independently.  Students will be able to know how to get up, stand, stop, skate, and how to fall effectively and safely.  

    1. Introduce skating, putting skates on, how to tie, and how to get up.  
    2. Review how to move, stop, fall, and how to use wrist guards.
    3. Practice skating for 5 class periods.
    4. Day 5 is assessment and lights out party.    

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will also be assessed on their skills following a skills rubric.  

    Skates are rented from Skate Time Skate Rental out of Indianapolis, IN

    Jump Rope

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.2a, 2b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    20.B.2a

    20.C.2b

    21.A.2a, 2c

    21.B.2a

    Students will be able to jump rope independently and with a long rope with a group.  Students will also be able to create a jump rope routine with a group.

    1. REview single jump rope technique
    2. single jump rope circuit
    3. Partner Jump Rope Activities
    4. Circuit with partner jumping
    5. Double Dutch long jump rope
    6. double dutch show.  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will also be assessed on their skills following a skills rubric.  

    we usually jump rope during the Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser and have a jump rope party at the end.  

    Dance

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.2a, 2b

    19.B.2b

    20.C.2b

    21.A.2c

    21.B.2a

    Students will be able to understand basic dance patterns and then put them together in a group.  Students will be able to follow a dancer’s lead and follow cues.

    Teach hokey pokey, cha-cha slide, cupid shuffle, macarena, ymca, chicken dance, limbo rock, electric slide, and then students will dance to some dances on a large screen from the internet.  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will also be assessed on their skills following a skills rubric.  

    Some years we create a dance to the song eye of the tiger using a basketball.  

    Hockey

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a

    20.A.1b

    21.A.1a

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to use their hockey stick safely to pass and dribble and shoot a hockey puck while working cooperatively with a team following the rules of the game.

    1. Intro to stick handling
    2. Dribbilng drills
    3. hockey hoopla & round up
    4. Pass and follow
    5. Shooting Drills & Face off
    6. Hockey Games

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    students will take a written test on the regulation rules of Hockey.  Students will also be assessed on their skills in dribbling, passing, and shooting

     

    Volleyball

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.A.2a, 2b

    19.B.2a, 2b

    19.C.2a, 2b

    21.A.2a, 2b, 2c

    21.B.2a,

    Students will be able to pass the ball using a forearm pass or by setting the ball.  Students will be able to serve the ball underhand. Students will also be able to understand the basic rules and regulations of the game of volleyball.  

    1. Intro to the forearm pass
    2. bumping buddies, bumping drills
    3. intro to overhead pass - setting
    4. setting in pairs and setting/passing drills
    5. Underhand serve Intro.   Practice practice and practice
    6. play volleyball with ballon or beach ball first, then attempt real game allowing the ball to bounce on floor if needed to start.  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    students will take a written test on the regulation rules of volleyball.  Students will be assessed on the skills of passing, setting, and serving.

     

    Badminton & pickleball (racquests & paddles)

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.B.2a, 2b

    19.C.2a, 2b

    21.A.2a, 2b

    21.B.2a,

    Students will be able to use a badminton racket or a paddle to play games with proper form while working with a team or partner safely.  

    1. Batter Splatter
    2. Paddle/racquet hoopla
    3. paddle call ball
    4. paddle two square
    5. intro to badminton, wall ball, and pickleball

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will be assessed on the skills of using a paddle and racquet properly.  

     

    Flying Disc

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:

    19.B.2a, 2b

    19.C.2a, 2b

    21.A.2a, 2b

    21.B.2a,

    Students will be able to pass/throw & catch a flying disc (frisbee) with proper form and getting it to fly flat and to their partner.  They will also be able to play the game of Ultimate Frisbee.

    1. Teach backhand throw and catch
    2. throw, catch and go (like pass and follow)
    3. Flying Disc Golf
    4. Ultimate Frisbee basic rules and play  

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will be assessed on the skills of passing/throwing a flying disc.  

     

    Softball/Baseball

    National:

    #1,2

    #3, 4

    #5, 6

    State:  

    19.A.1a, 1b

    19.B.1a, 1b

    19.C.1a

    20.A.1a

    20.A.1b

    21.A.1a

    21.B.1a

    Students will be able to throw and catch a ball, catch a ground ball, and bat the ball.  Students will understand the basic rules and concept of softball/baseball.

    1. Partner Throw and catch
    2. Ground ball mania
    3. pitch and catch
    4. batting practice
    5. Out at home
    6. review positions and rules
    7. practice basic regulation game.

    Formative:  

    observation during each class

    personal assessment after each class


    Summative:  

    Students will be assessed on the skills of overhand throwing, catching, and batting.  

     

     

    Physical Education

    Curriculum Guide 6-12th Grade

    Content/Topic

    Learning Standards

    Learning Objectives

    Activities

    Assessments

    Resources


    Flag Football














    Softball


















    Ultimate Frisbee
















    Soccer













    Volleyball




















    Pickleball



















    Badminton



















    Speedball












    Floor hockey

















    Basketball





















    Physical Fitness



















    Weight Training











    Yoga













    Golf












    Recreational games

    All sports activities have the same learning standards applied throughout the unit.

    19.A.4, 19.A.5, 19.B.4, 19.B.5, 19.C.4a, 19.C.5a, 19.C.4b, 19.C.5b, 19.A.3, 19.CB.3, 19.C.3, 19.C.3b

    21.A.3a, 21.A.3b, 21.A.3c, 21.B.3, 21.A.4a, 21.A.4b, 21.A.4c, 21.B.4, 21.A.5, 21.B.5

    24.A.3a, 24.A.3b, 24.A.3c, 24.B.3, 24.C.3, 24.A.4a, 24.A.4b, 24.B.5, 24.C.3, 24.A.5, 24.B.5, 24.C.5




















































































































































    20.A.3a, 20.A.3b, 20.B.3a, 20.B.3b, 20.C.3a, 20.C.3b, 20.C.3c, 20.A.4a, 20.A.5, 20.B.4a, 20.B.5a, 20.B.5b, 20.C.4a, 20.C.5a, 20C. 4b, 20.C.5b

    Students will demonstrates the proper technique in blocking, passing, and catching. Students will explain the key components to receiving a football, key components to throwing a ball, and blocking techniques.








    Students will define the important components.

    Students will exhibit are the important skills to catch a ball.

    Students will demonstrate the proper hitting style.













    Understand the use of different sizes and weights of Frisbee.


    Students will be able to explain the importance of safety.










    Students will demonstrates the technique to dribble properly.


    Students will explain techniques can be used to improve passing and shooting on goal.

    Students will explain the key components offense/defense.




    Students will demonstrate the important components of under/over hand serve.


    Students will demonstrate knowledge of when a bump, spike and set should be used.


    Students will explain how to prevent a net foul when blocking.










    The student will know and be able to give a brief history of pickleball.


    The student will be able to explain the value of pickleball as a lifelong activity.


    The students will know and be able to name the value of regular participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity.






    Students will demonstrate the important components of the serve.


    Students will explain the different strategies of the singles vs doubles game.

    Students will be able to play a regulation game.

    Students will demonstrate each of the skills

    Students will describe the advantages of the different services.






    Students will demonstrate effective strategies in game play.


    Students will explain ways to convert a ground ball to an air ball.


    Students will describe different ways to score.




    Students will learn  the important components of skill positions.


    Students will demonstrate the techniques  used in shooting.


    Students will describe the defensives used.


    Students will define the functions of the goalkeeper.





    Students will demonstrate the proper techniques in shooting, passing, and dribbling.


    Students will demonstrate the components to shooting, passing, and dribbling.


    Students will describe the components for offense/defense.


    Students will define the key components of zone defenses, of man-to-man defense.


    Students will be able to explain the rules and objectives of the sport.




    Students will be able to explain the importance of fitness planning to health.


    Students will understand the importance of writing fitness goals.













    Students will identify the important safety rules for weight training.


    Students will demonstrate the proper techniques to use in weight training.




    Students will demonstrate the proper techniques to use.


    Students will explain how does yoga improves the body.




    Students will learn the motor skills needed to improve or maintain flexibility.


    Students will describe how does flexibility impacts their lives.




    Students will be able to relate recreational games  to physical fitness.

    Students will be able to describe the skills  needed to participate in these games.

    Practice skills of Blocking

    Offside

    Interference

    Goal Line

    Out of Bounds

    Holding

    Passing

    Catching









    Students will practice these skills:

    Hitting

    Pitching

    Catching

    Running

    Fielding Error

    Group and partner work:

    Throwing/catching drills include grip stance, force absorption and tracking, fielding ground balls, and handling the ball.

    Transition from fielding to throwing.

    Batting drills




    Students will practice

    Throwing drills

    Catching drills


    Discuss Game Strategies

    and Rules

    Offensive skills

    Defensive skills










    Practice skills

    Indirect

    Direct

    Free Kick

    Throw In

    Penalty Kick

    Corner Kick








    Practice drills for:

    Forearm Pass

    Block

    Setting

    Bumping

    Spiking

    Serving

















    Students will practice these skills:

    Backhand

    Forehand

    Serve

    Grip

    (Lob) Serve

    Return of Service

    Forehand Drive

    Backhand Drive

    Smash

    Lob









    Students will demonstrate knowledge of of use of:

    Rackets

    Birdies

    Court

    Net

    Ace

    Volley












    Students will practice skills of:

    Passing

    Air Dribble

    Lifting the ball

    Teamwork







    Forward

    Guard

    Center

    Goal Keeper


















    Students will practice these skills:

    Rebounding

    Passing

    Shooting

    Dribbling

    Out of Bounds

    Footwork

    Violation


    Rules explanation.














    (Cardiorespiratory Endurance)


    Curl-Ups (Muscular Endurance)


    Sit and Reach (Flexibility)


    Push-Ups (Muscular Endurance)


    Height (Body Composition)


    Weight  (Body Composition)- Optional


    Goal Setting for Life



    Lifts using legs


    Chest and bench presses


    Dumbbell exercises


    Kettlebell exercises



















    Practice drills for:

    Driving

    Chipping

    Putting









    Students will practice these skills:

    Running

    Throwing

    Dodging

    Eye-hand coordination

    Teacher will observe students.


    Written Test for knowledge of rules-evaluation.


    The student will be able to explain and demonstrate each of the skills presented.

    The student will be able to explain the rules and objective of the sport.



    The teacher will observe students during performance of drill work.


    A written test for knowledge of the rules.


    The student will be able to explain and demonstrate the skills.


    The student will explain the rules and objections of softball.


    The student will be able to play a regulation game.



    Teacher will observe students.


    Written Test for knowledge of rules-evaluation.


    The student will be able to explain and demonstrate each of the skills presented.


    The students will be able to explain the rules and objective of the sport.




    Written Test for knowledge of rules-evaluation.


    The student will be able to explain and demonstrate each of the skills presented.



    The student will be able to explain the rules and objective of the sport.




    The teacher will observe students during performance of drill work.


    A written test for knowledge of the rules.


    The student will be able to play a regulation game.

    The student will be able to explain and demonstrate each of the skills

    Student Participation

    Activity Tests

    Written Tests

    Skills Tests

    Teacher Observation



    The teacher will observe students during performance of drill work.


    A written test for knowledge of the rules.


    A skills test for knowledge of the activity.




























    Teacher observation of skills

    Written test












    The teacher will observe students during performance of drill work.


    A written test for knowledge of the rules.













    The teacher will observe students during performance of drill work.


    A written test for knowledge of the rules.


    Self officiate game play

















    Fitness Pre-

    Measurements


    Student Self-Assessment


    Five for Life Fitness Measurements

    Recording Sheet


    Five for Life Health, Performance & Appearance


    Smart Goals


    Teacher observation

    PE Central.org



    Crossfit.net


    Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education-Zakrajsek, Carnes, Pettigrew


    Complete Physical Education PLans for Grade 6-12- Kleinman


    PE Universe.com


    YouTube.com




























































































































































    Fitnessgram & Activitygram Test Administration Manual- Meredith & Welk



     

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