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Teaching and Assessing Power Standards 6-8

Teaching & Assessing PE Power Standards (Grades 6-8)

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Teaching & Assessing PE Power Standards distills State PE Standards and NASPE recommendations into a concise, teachable, and easy to implement curriculum guide.  There are 12 standards per grade level.  Each edition contains games, activities, worksheets, checklists, posters and more!

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Background: This one-of-a-kind publication provides games, activities, and teaching strategies for implementing Great Activities’ “PE Power Standards” that are aligned to NASPE and State PE Standards. The 36 specific grade level benchmarks in this publication include:

Sixth Grade

  • (6.1) Combines locomotor and manipulative skills into specialized sport skills (e.g., dribble and passing the ball to a partner while being guarded) and applies these sequences to partner, small-group, and small-sided game situations.
  • (6.2) Develops, refines, and demonstrates movement routines (e.g., aerobic dance, jump rope, folk dance, line dance) to music.
  • (6.3) Performs a variety of skills with power/distance for accuracy (e.g., throwing and catching a ball with accuracy and force while guarded by like-skilled opponent).
  • (6.4) Understands and applies basic offensive and defensive strategies in small group cooperative or competitive activities.
  • (6.5) Knows and applies a variety of sport skill rubrics.
  • (6.6) Understands and uses health related fitness assessments (e.g., abdominal strength and endurance, upper body strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness, lower back flexibility, and body composition) and other data (e.g., heart rate monitors, pedometers, skinfold calipers) to show improvement on two or more self-selected items.
  • (6.7) Participates in numerous bouts of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for >30 minutes of time during and outside of school and understands the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for physical activity.
  • (6.8) Demonstrates the ability to participate in numerous bouts of self-paced aerobic activity by keeping in the appropriate Perceived Exertion Scale (PES) levels, target heart rate zone, and monitoring recovery rate.
  • (6.9) Uses and applies basic principles of training (e.g., FITT, overload, progression) and their relationship to implementing safe and appropriate personal fitness programs.
  • (6.10) Understands all five obesity prevention health behaviors and self-selects two or more behaviors to monitor over time.
  • (6.11) Demonstrates and identifies the social, emotional and physical benefits of participation in physical activities.
  • (6.12) Works productively in a group to accomplish a set goal in both cooperative and competitive settings.

Seventh Grade

  • (7.1) Demonstrates mature sport skill combinations competently with players in modified versions of individual/dual/team activities.
  • (7.2) Performs a variety of multicultural dances and/or rhythmic activities competently (e.g., international folk dances, tinikling, jump rope).
  • (7.3) Transfers throwing and other manipulative skills from one sport/activity to another (e.g., able to transfer the mechanics of the overhand throw to a tennis serve or volleyball spike).
  • (7.4) Uses skill combinations competently with basic offensive and defensive strategies in small group cooperative or competitive activities (e.g., keeps between the player with the ball and the goal).
  • (7.5) Knows and applies rubrics to improve the quality of player response (both offensive and defensive) to dynamic, interactive environments.
  • (7.6) Uses data from 6th grade (e.g., health-related fitness assessment results, heart rate monitors, pedometers, skinfold calipers) to improve on at least three or more self-selected items.
  • (7.7) Participates in numerous bouts of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for >30 minutes of time during and outside of school and incorporates 1-2 of the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for physical activity.
  • (7.8) Demonstrates the ability to perform numerous bouts of self-paced aerobic activity during and outside of school by keeping in the appropriate Perceived Exertion Scale (PES) levels, target heart rate zone, and monitoring recovery rate.
  • (7.9) Describes and demonstrates a variety of training methods including, but not limited to isotonic, isometric, interval, and circuit methods.
  • (7.10) Understands all five obesity prevention health behaviors and self-selects three or more behaviors to monitor over time.
  • (7.11) Participates in competitive and cooperative activities that require the development of strategies and teamwork.
  • (7.12) Demonstrates respect for differences, fair play, and sportsmanship in physical activity settings.

Eighth Grade

  • (8.1) Combines and applies movement skills to demonstrate proficiency in at least one lifetime sport or activity (e.g., demonstrates the basic skills needed to play tennis at the local recreation center). (8.2) Demonstrates an understanding of square and folk dance
  • steps, positions, and patterns as to create and perform a dance to music.
  • (8.3) Monitors and sets goals to improve performance in one lifetime sport or activity.
  • (8.4) Applies combinations of skills with appropriate court/game awareness skills (e.g., rebounding a basketball, looks for an open player, but not finding one, dribbles the ball upcourt;) in one lifetime sport or activity.
  • (8.5) Knows and applies rubrics to assess and improve the quality of a player’s skills, game awareness (both offensive and defensive) in one lifetime sport or activity.
  • (8.6) Uses data from 7th grade (e.g., health-related fitness assessment results, heart rate monitors, pedometers, skinfold calipers) to improve on four self-selected items.
  • (8.7) Participates in numerous bouts of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for >30 minutes of time during and outside of school and incorporates 2-3 of the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for physical activity.
  • (8.8) Demonstrates the ability to incorporate CDC recommendations while performing numerous bouts of self-paced aerobic activity during and outside of school by keeping in the appropriate Perceived Exertion Scale (PES) levels, target heart rate zone, and monitoring recovery rate.
  • (8.9) Understands the legal, ethical, and physical consequences (e.g., use of steroids) for gaining strength and/or decreasing body fat.
  • (8.10) Determines any relationships between data collected on four self-selected obesity prevention behaviors and the four health related fitness results.
  • (8.11) Demonstrates fair play and acts responsibly in physical activity settings.
  • (8.12) Analyzes the role of self-responsibility for personal safety and safety of others during physical activity.

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