Fitness Curriculum


Learning Outcomes

s3.E1.2Physical Fitness Knowledge
Describes large motor and manipulative physical activities for physical activities for participation outside physical education class.

S3.E2.2 Engages in Physical Activity
Actively engages in physical education class in response to instruction and practice

S3.E3.2Fitness Knowledge
Uses own body as resistance for developing strength
Identifies physical activities that contribute to fitness

S3.E6.2 Nutrition
Recognizes the good health balance of good nutrition with physical activity.
Recognizes that food provides energy for physical activity
Differentiates between healthy and unhealthy foods.

Physical Fitness Knowledge
Discusses the benefits of being active and energizing and playing

S3.E2.1 Engages in Physical Activity
Actively engages in physical education class

S3.E3.1Fitness Knowledge
Identifies the heart as a muscle that grows stronger with exercise, play, and physical activity

State Goals
Goal 19 - 19.A.3; 19.B.3; 19.C.3a; 19.C.3b

Goal 20 - 20.A.3a; 20.A.3b; 20.B.3a; 20.B.3b; 20.C.3a; 20.C.3b; 20.C.3c

Goal 21 - 21.A.3a; 21.A.3b; 21.A.3c; 21.B.3

Goal 22 - 22.A.3a; 22.A.3b; 22.A.3d; 22.B

Goal 23 - 23.A.3; 23.B.3; 23.C.3;

Goal 24 - 24.A.3b; 24.A.3c; 24.B.3; 24.C.3

-Take Home fitness calendar
Health Related fitness component stations. Each station should focus on a component
Student does planks, push ups, lunges, etc. instead of equipment
*Couch Potato Tag
*steal the food tag
Unit Blue Print
-Mark which activities are locomotor and which ones are considered manipulative
*Participation Rubric
*Station reflection sheet, should assess if students know what station is engaging
*Recognize that when working out, you must eat healthy or the exercise becomes harder