Elementary Math Grade 5
The Elementary PE course integrates healthy lifestyle habits and activities to help students be their best. The learning scaffolds on the previous lessons to provide developmentally appropriate activities and builds on skills learned in each grade level. Skill progressions help students learn how to throw, catch, kick, strike, dance, swim, and do some basic gymnastics. Students learn how to eat a healthy diet, develop teamwork and sportsmanship, and strive for 60 minutes of daily activity. They learn to set goals and work to meet those physical goals to keep improving their skills.
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I can select specific warm-up and cool-down activities for specific sports. I can identify a target heart rate. I can create opportunities to raise my heart rate during physical activity. I can explain the FITT principle’s use in developing muscular endurance and muscular strength workouts. I can categorize food into different groups. I can create short-term and long-term fitness goals based on my fitness assessments.
I can describe ways to influence individuals to participate in physical activities. I can create a balanced daily diet. I can explain how carbohydrates, fats, and proteins affect my body. I can identify the proper offensive and defensive positions for players in net games. I can compare different sports skills and identify similar skill patterns and concepts. I can create a game that uses different sport skills, strategies, and rules.
I can describe the safe use of equipment during physical activities. I can explain strategies for riding a bike safely. I can analyze my current physical fitness level to make improvements. I can identify an exercise for each of the health-related fitness components. I can explain the cues of an overhand throw. I can create practice activities that can improve catching and throwing.
I can create a dance sequence using a variety of skills and movements. I can create a movement routine. I can explain the technology used to enhance participation in physical activities. I can interpret feedback from technology to assess performance. I can analyze physical fitness performance to make suggestions for improvements. I can identify the physical activities that address each component of fitness.
Module 01: Catch On to Safety
Module 02: Building Your Body
Module 03: Striking with Respect
Module 04: Building My Best
To achieve success, students are expected to submit work in each course weekly. Students can learn at their own pace; however, “any pace” still means that students must make progress in the course every week. To measure learning, students complete self-checks, practice lessons, multiple choice questions, projects, discussion-based assessments, and discussions. Students and families are expected to maintain regular contact with teachers because, when teachers, students, and parents work together, students are successful.
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