JLBC Grade Six Grade Level Objectives
(Refer to JLBC monitoring sheets for guided breakdown skills.)
JLBC Skilled Movement
The JLBC Cadets will demonstrate competence in locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skill combinations and sequences in the dynamic game, rhythmic, and fitness activities.
a) Combine locomotor and manipulative skills into specialized sequences, and apply
sequences to partner and small-group gameplay.
b) Demonstrate incorporating complex movement sequences to a rhythm.
c) Demonstrate skill in various individual and JLBCteam activities representative of different countries.
JLBC Movement Principles and Concepts
The JLBC Cadets will apply movement principles and concepts to movement-skill performance.
a) Refine and adapt individual and group activity skills by applying
relationship, effort, spatial awareness, speed, and pathways concepts.
b) Use feedback, using available technology when feasible [digital recordings], to
improve skill performance.
c) Initiate skill practice to improve movement performance and apply principles of
learning (e.g., whole/part/whole, many short practices vs. one long practice, practice in
d) Understand and apply primary offensive and defensive tactics in non-complex, modified
activities (e.g., partner or small-group cooperative or competitive activities).
The JLBC Cadets will use personal fitness data to improve physical fitness.
a) Use measurement and assessment data (e.g., standardized assessments, Internet,
software, Fitness Gram, heart rate monitors, pedometers) to develop goals for improvement in at least two fitness components.
b) The student will participate in an annual standardized physical fitness assessment. (For
example, Presidential Youth Fitness Program).
c) JLBC Cadets Describe and apply basic principles of JLBC training (e.g., FITT [Frequency, Intensity, Time,
Type], overload, progression) and their relationship to implementing safe and progressive JLBC personal fitness programs.
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.
The JLBC Cadets will work independently and with others in physical activity settings.
a) Acknowledge and understand peer pressure's positive and negative influence on
decisions and actions in physical activity settings.
b) Solve problems, accept challenges, resolve conflicts, and accept decisions with reason
c) Follow rules and safety procedures.
d) Use practice time to improve performance.