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pe learner standards

PL-7-LPW-S-8
Students will explain the components of fitness (muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, cardio-respiratory endurance) and how the FITT Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time) can be used to maintain and improve fitness
 
PL-7-LPW-S-9
Students will identify and assess lifetime activities (e.g., bowling, tennis, swimming, walking) that enhance the health-related fitness
 
PL-7-LPW-S-10
Students will investigate how the systems of the body affect an individual’s personal fitness level
 
PL-7-LPW-S-11
Students will explain the relationship of nutrition and exercise to physical fitness
PL-7-N-S-4
Students will describe the role of nutrients and food sources which are important in the growth and development of healthy bodies
PL-7-N-S-2
Students will identify organs and body systems and explain how they are affected by nutrients
 
PL-7-N-S-4
Students will describe the role of nutrients and food sources which are important in the growth and development of healthy bodies
PL-7-N-S-3
Students will apply the decision-making process when analyzing resources needed in making dietary choices
 
PL-7-N-S-5
Students will use print and non-print resources (e.g., Food Guide Pyramid (FGP), Dietary Guidelines for Americans, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Dairy council), to make healthful food choices in real-life situations
PL-7-N-S-1
Students will analyze factors (e.g., geography, cultural background, convenience, advertising) that influence healthy food choices
Program of Studies: Skills and Concepts
PL-7-PS-S-1
Students will interpret the role that principles of motor skill refinements (e.g. accuracy, technique, movement) have in skill development
PL-7-PS-S-2
Students will demonstrate increased competence in motor skills for individual, dual and team activities
PL-7-PS-S-3
Students will use non-locomotor, locomotor and combination skills to demonstrate movements in creative sequences and in simple patterned dances, games and other activities
PL-7-PS-S-4
Students will improve techniques to achieve consistency in performance of fundamental manipulative skills (e.g., throwing, catching, kicking, dribbling, striking) for participation in games and activities
PL-7-PS-S-5
Students will demonstrate and explain how transitional motor skills (e.g., punting, serving, dribbling) are impacted by space, force and time



 
Program of Studies: Skills and Concepts
PL-7-LPW-S-1
Students will identify moderate to vigorous physical activities that will provide for personal enjoyment and health benefits
 
PL-7-LPW-S-2
Students will examine and analyze the personal benefits derived from regular participation in leisure/recreational or competitive physical activities
 
PL-7-LPW-S-6
Students will participate regularly in physical activity
PL-7-LPW-S-3
Students will evaluate the relationship between effort and skill improvement
 
PL-7-LPW-S-4
Students will demonstrate and apply the technique of practice progression to personal skill development
 
PL-7-LPW-S-5
Students will access and describe techniques (e.g., practice, lessons, videos, drills, peer/teacher review, self-evaluation) for improving performance in games and sports
PL-7-LPW-S-7
Students will when participating in a variety of physical activities, sports and games:
a)     identify and apply rules of behavior and fair play (e.g., accepting authoritative decisions, assessing one’s own performance level, accepting skills and abilities of others through verbal and nonverbal actions for spectators and/or participants)
b)    demonstrate sportsmanship, cooperation, teamwork and conflict resolution
c)     recognize and use safety principles, rules, procedures and etiquette
d)    describe how offensive and defensive strategies are used in games and sports; create, explore and devise strategies for games or physical activities
PL-7-LPW-S-8
Students will explain the components of fitness (muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, cardio-respiratory endurance) and how the FITT Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time) can be used to maintain and improve fitness
 
PL-7-LPW-S-9
Students will identify and assess lifetime activities (e.g., bowling, tennis, swimming, walking) that enhance the health-related fitness
 
PL-7-LPW-S-10
Students will investigate how the systems of the body affect an individual’s personal fitness level
 
PL-7-LPW-S-11
Students will explain the relationship of nutrition and exercise to physical fitness