Fitness Curriculum

6th-8th 

Learning Outcomes
6th grade
s3.M1.6 Physical Fitness Knowledge
Describes how being physically active leads to a healthy body.

S3.M7.6 Identifies the components of skill related fitness

S3.M8.6  Sets and monitors a self-selected physical activity goal for aerobic and muscle and bone strengthening activity based on current fitness level

S3.M9.6 Employs correct techniques and methods for static and dynamic stretches.

S3.M10.6 Differentiates between aerobic and anaerobic capacity, and between muscular strength and endurance.

S3.M11.6 Identifies each of the components of the overload principle (Fitt) for different types of physical activity (aerobic, muscular, flex)
S3.M13.6 Describes resting heart rate and describes its relationship to aerobic fitness and the RPE scale

S3.M14.6 Identify major muscles used in selected physical activities.
S3.M15.6 Designs and implements a program of remediation for an area of weakness based on the results of health-related fitness assessment.

S3.M17.6 Identifies foods within each of the basic food groups and selects appropriate servings and portions for his/her age and physical activity levels.

S4.M2.6 Personal Responsibility
Exhibits personal responsibility by using appropriate, etiquette, demonstrating respect for facilities and exhibiting safe behavior

S4.M1.6 Identifies and uses appropriate strategies to self-reinforce positive fitness behaviors, such as positive self talk.

S3.M2.6 Engages in physical activity
Participates in physical activity once a week outside of physical education

Participates in self-selected lifetime sport, dance, fitness, outdoor activity outside of the school day.

7th grade
S3.M1.7 Physical Fitness Knowledge
Identifies the barriers related to maintaining a physically active lifestyle and seeks resolutions for eliminating those barriers
S.M7.7 Distinguishes between health related and skill related fitness
S.M8.7 Adjusts physical activity based on quantity of exercise needed for a minimal health standard/optimal functioning based on current fitness level
S3.M9.7 Describes and demonstrates the difference between static and dynamic exercises.
S3.M10. 7 Describes the role of exercise and nutrition in weight management.
S3.M11.7 Describes the overload principle (fitt formula) for different types of activity , the training principles on which the formula is based and how the formula and principles affect fitness.
S3.m14.7 Describes how muscles pull on bones to create movement in pairs by relaxing and contracting

s3.M13.7 Defines how the RPE scale can be used to determine the perception of the work effort or intensity of exercise.
S3.M15.7 Designs and implements a program of remediation for 2 areas of weakness based on the results of health related fitness assessment.
S3.M17.7 Nutrition Develops strategies for balancing healthy food, snacks, water, along with physical activity.

S4.M2.7Personal Responsibility
Exhibits responsible social behavior by cooperating with classmates, demonstrating inclusive behavior and supporting classmates

8th Grade
S3.M1 Physical activity/fitness knowledge
Identifies the 5 components of health-related fitness and explains the connection between fitness and overall physical and mental health

S3.M7.8 Compares and contrasts health related fitness components vs skill-related fitness

S3.M8.8 Uses available technology to self-monitor quantity  of exercise needed to for a minimal health standard and/or optimal functioning based on current fitness level

S3.M9.8 Perform a stretching a routine that can target all major muscle groups.

S3. M11.8 Uses Overload principle (Fitt) in preparing a personal workout

S.3. M13.8 Defines how the RPE  Scale can be used to adjust workout intensity during physical activity

S3.M15.8 Designs and implements a program of remediation for 3 areas of weakness based on the results of health related fitness assessment.

S5.M4.8 Discusses how enjoyment could be increased in self-selected physical activities.

S3.m17.8 Nutrition
Describes the relationship between poor nutrition and health risk factors

S4.M2 Personal Responsibility
Uses effective self monitoring skills to incorporate opportunities for physical activity outside of school.

S4.M1.8 Accepts responsibility for improving one’s own levels of fitness of physical activity and fitness

S3.M2.8 Engages in physical activity
Participates in physical activity 3 times a week outside of physical education
Participates in self selected lifetime sport, dance, fitness, outdoor activity outside of the school day
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
Activities
-Benefit Relay Race -Toss/Collect the Benefit
-Steal the Benefit
-Skill vs Health Related fitness stations
-Strong 5x5 app -Fitness Blender Log
-Pacer Test -Borg Rating of Perceived exertion
-Stretching Stations
w/diagrams
-Who is it, stretching activity -Fitt worksheet
-Progressive Pushup activity-Heavy vs Light
-Tabatta exercise
-Fitnessgram Tests
-Reflection
-Survey of selected physical activities
-Rating of perceived enjoyment
-Before/After p.e year of program
-Calorie Burner Activity
-Hide the Food Activity
-Eat the Food/Do the work Activity
-Risk Factor Activity
-Activity Log
-Fitt activity Log
-Activity Log
-Fitt Activity Log
-Activity Log
-Fitt activity Log
-Activity Log
-Fitt Activity Log
-Barrier Activity
-Identify Barrier/resolution worksheet
Assessments

-Formal Quiz on identifying the benefits of health-related fitness
And distinguishing the differences between each component
-At each station a student should recognize why it is skilled or health-related
-Pacer Test -Pedometers -App Log
-Pacer test app
-Stretching Routine Assessment -Diagram the muscle of each stretch
-Fitt worksheet -Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion
-Fitnessgram Tests -Reflection
-Survey of selected physical activities
-Rating of perceived enjoyment
-Before/After p.e year of program
-Calorie/Risk Factor/Physical activity quiz
-Activity Log
-Fitt activity Log

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