Presentation on theme: "In 2007 Ohio adopted the six academic content standards of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). The goal of these standards."— Presentation transcript:
In 2007 Ohio adopted the six academic content standards of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). The goal of these standards is to define a physically educated person, help teachers design a comprehensive physical education program for their students, and to identify important learning outcomes at particular grade levels.
State Standard 1A - Students will demonstrate movement skills and patterns in a variety of physical activities. State Standard 1B - Students will demonstrate critical elements of specialized manipulative skills in a variety of settings. Tharp students will be required to demonstrate skills in a variety of activities/sports i.e., Invasion games (capture the flag & gator games) Net/Wall games (volleyball), Striking/Fielding games (putt putt & ball kicking games), Target games (bowling, golf and corn hole).
State Standard 2A - Students will apply tactical concepts and performance principles in physical activities. Tharp students will demonstrate their ability to apply their Skill Execution, Decision Making, Creating Space, and Defending Space during game play.
State Standard 2B - Students will demonstrate knowledge of critical elements and biomechanical principles for specialized skills. Tharp students will be asked to compete the following task: given an activity from Standard 1B, students will be asked to list 3 skills required for good performance, 3 common errors, evaluate students during game play.
State Standard 3A - Students will engage in regular physical activity inside and outside of school to meet national recommendation for daily physical activity. Tharp students will keep a Daily Activity Log (Get Off The Couch Home Activity (GOTCHA)), to track and monitor their daily physical activity inside and outside of school.
State Standard 3B - Students will create and monitor a personal plan for physical activity. Tharp students will be required to develop a 1 week Physical Activity Plan. Students will be asked to establish their own personal goals, and monitor their progress toward meeting their goals.
State Standard 4A - Students must meet or exceed criterion-referenced health- related physical fitness standards. Tharp students will be evaluated using the FITNESSGRAM Standards to see if they meet the Healthy Fitness Zones (HFZ) for a student of their age. You can monitor these results in their Google docs physical education portfolio.
State Standard 4B - Students will demonstrate their understanding of the principles, components, and practices of health-related physical fitness. Tharp students will be required to keep a Student Portfolio with results of their fitness testing, fitness plan, fitness goals, and any other relevant information. See Google Docs
State Standard 5A - Students will develop and apply rules, safe practices and procedures in physical activity. Tharp students will be required to work positively within a group, demonstrate proper etiquette, promote a safe school environment, cooperate with peers, and recognize causes and possible solutions related to a safe school environment.
State Standard 5B - Students will communicate effectively with other to promote respect and conflict resolution in physical activity settings. Tharp students will be required to work positively within a group, demonstrate and encourage respect for individual similarities and differences, resolve conflict with sensitivity of the rights and feelings of others.
State Standards 6A & B - Students will engage in challenging experiences that develop confidence and independence. Tharp students will select physical activities that promote self-expression and provide opportunities for social and group interaction. Tharp students will be asked to develop a marketing campaign. Students will be asked to pick a physical activity/sport of their choice and prepare a (Power Point Presentation, or other type of presentation) that tells: what the activity is, why they like the activity, how it benefits them physically (which Health-Related components and Fitness-Related components are affected), where one would have to go to participate in the activity, any costs related to participating in the activity, and how it makes them feel when participating in the activity.