|1 Semester||0.5 Credit||Fulfills: Health & PE|
Students will develop into physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. In this one semester course, students will have opportunities to learn, improve and analyze their health-related and skill-related fitness, social and personal responsibility, and the value of physical activity. Students will build their skills in evaluating their physical fitness and activity, creating goals, building a plan for improvement, analyzing game situations, and demonstrating effective communication and collaboration. Each learning opportunity will be through a variety of activities: invasion games, net and wall games, target games, fielding and striking games, individual, partner and group games, recreational activities, and aerobic, strength and endurance, and flexibility training. As a result, physically literate students will apply tactics and strategies to modified game play; demonstrate fundamental movement skills in a variety of contexts; design and implement a health-enhancing fitness program; participate in self-selected physical activity; cooperate with and encourage classmates; accept individual differences and demonstrate inclusive behaviors; and engage in physical activity for enjoyment and self-expression.
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