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Grade 5

Conant School Physical Education: Grade 5 Outcomes

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Grade 5 Outcomes OUTCOME 1: The learner will develop body, spatial, and temporal awareness.
Objective 1.1: The learner will demonstrate various body positions while in the air.
Objective 1.2: The learner will demonstrate third party perspective in team activities.
Objective 1.3: The learner will demonstrate moving to various rhythms.
Objective 1.4: The learner will demonstrate rotational and inverted skills.

OUTCOME 2: The learner will develop locomotor, non locomotor and manipulative skills.
Objective 2.1: The learner will demonstrate mechanically efficient patterns of throwing.
Objective 2.2: The learner will demonstrate mechanically efficient patterns of catching.
Objective 2.3: The learner will demonstrate mechanically efficient patterns of striking without and with an implement.
Objective 2.4: The learner will demonstrate mechanically efficient patterns of kicking.

OUTCOME 3: The learner will combine locomotor, non locomotor and manipulative skill in movement, dance, games, and sports.
Objective 3.1: The learner will demonstrate basic competence in modified forms of basketball, flag football, hockey, soccer, softball, track and field and volleyball.
Objective 3.2: The learner will demonstrate basic competence in dance.

OUTCOME 4: The learner will understand the benefits of regular physical activity and will enhance personal fitness.
Objective 4.1: The learner will demonstrate cardiovascular endurance.
Objective 4.2: The learner will demonstrate muscular strength/endurance.
Objective 4.3: The learner will describe and demonstrate flexibility.
Objective 4.4: The learner will participate in physical fitness assessment.
Objective 4.5: The learner will design her/his fitness program.

OUTCOME 5: The learner will be a knowledgeable consumer in the areas of health and fitness.
Objective 5.1: The learner will identify beverages which are effective in fluid replacement.
Objective 5.2: The learner will identify proper equipment for various activities.

OUTCOME 6: The learner will develop listening skills and safety awareness.
Objective 6.1: The learner will identify safety factors related to bicycling, skate boarding and skating.
Objective 6.2: The learner will describe and demonstrate safety precautions at the beginning and during every unit.

OUTCOME 7: The learner will understand the general function and structure of the body.
Objective 7.1: The learner will describe and demonstrate concepts related to effective use of levers.
Objective 7.2: The learner will identify major muscles in the body.
Objective 7.3: The learner will describe concepts related to cardiovascular fitness.

OUTCOME 8: The learner will understand, appreciate and apply rules, regulations, strategies, and appropriate etiquette for movement, dance, games, and sports.
Objective 8.1: The learner will officiate an activity, game, or sport.
Objective 8.2: The learner will display respect for the person who is officiating.

OUTCOME 9: The learner will appreciate the aesthetic and creative qualities of movement.
Objective 9.1: The learner will evaluate movement for aesthetic qualities.
Objective 9.2: The learner will participate with a group in creating a movement activity, dance, or game.

OUTCOME 10: The learner will develop self-confidence and interpersonal skills.
Objective 10.1: The learner will set a long term goal for improvement in an area of self-diagnosed weakness.
Objective 10.2: The learner will participate in reciprocal evaluations of movement patterns.
Objective 10.3: The learner will demonstrate acceptance of teammates' skill levels.
Objective 10.4: The learner will participate with a group in cooperative problem-solving activities.