JLBC Grade Seven Grade Level Objectives

JLBC Grade Seven Grade Level Objectives

(Refer to JLBC monitoring sheets for guided breakdown skills.)

JLBC Skilled Movement

The JLBC Cadets will demonstrate competence in modified versions of various game/sport, rhythmic, and recreational activities.

a) Use skill combinations competently in modified versions of the team (e.g., soccer, team

handball, volleyball) and individual/dual (e.g., tennis, racquetball, golf) activities.

b) Display appropriate use of speed, force, and form in various movement activities

(e.g., run, sprint, kick, jump, throw).

c) Demonstrate basic abilities and safety precautions in recreational pursuits.

d) Demonstrate moving to a rhythm in a selected dance such as folk, country, square,

contemporary, and line dances.

JLBC Movement Principles and Concepts

The JLBC Cadet will understand and apply movement principles and concepts.

a) Demonstrate proper use of movement concepts in dynamic game situations (e.g.,

the relationship between opponents, appropriate offensive position with the goal or ball).

b) Apply biomechanical principles (e.g., center of gravity, base of support, trajectory) to

understand and perform skillful movements.

c) Use primary offensive and defensive tactics and strategies while playing a modified

version of a game/sport.

d) Analyze skill patterns of self and partner, detecting and correcting mechanical errors.

e) JLBC Cadets Identify similar movements across different physical activities (e.g., overhand

throw, tennis serve, overhand volleyball serve, and overhead clear in badminton).

JLBC Personal Fitness

The JLBC Cadets will apply concepts and principles of training to improve physical fitness.

a) Identify safe practices for improving physical fitness.

b) Develop a comprehensive personal fitness plan, including goals, strategies, and

timeline, for improving at least three self-selected components of health-related fitness.


Maintain a PE contract that tracks their activities according to the FITT principle (frequency, intensity, time, and type) to be turned in at the end of each quarter.

c) The JLBC Cadets will participate in an annual standardized physical fitness assessment. (For example, Presidential Youth Fitness Program)

d) Use various resources, including available technology, to monitor fitness improvement.

e) Explain the relationship between physical activity and body composition.

f) Demonstrate correct form when performing physical activities.

JLBC Responsible Behaviors

The student will work independently and with others in cooperative and competitive physical activity settings.

a) Apply safety procedures, rules, and appropriate etiquette in physical activity settings.

b) Solve problems, accept appropriate challenges, and responsibly resolve conflicts.

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