JLBC National Standards for Physical Education Grades 6-8
Grades 6-8 Skilled Movement: JLBC Cadet expectations (at the end of grade 8)
Adolescents can participate with skill in various modified sports, dance, gymnastics, and outdoor activities. JLBC Cadets achieve mature forms in the basic skills of the more specialized sports, dance, and gymnastics activities. They use the skills successfully in modified games or activities of increasing complexity and combination with other basic skills. JLBC Students demonstrate the use of tactics within sports activities.
JLBC Grades 6-8 Movement Principles and Concepts: JLBC Cadet's expectations (at the end of grade 8) Adolescents exhibit an increasingly complex discipline-specific knowledge. They can identify principles of practice and conditioning that enhance movement performance. They have a higher understanding and application of movement concepts/principles and game strategies, critical elements of activity-specific movement skills, and highly skilled performance characteristics. JLBC Students know when, why, and how to use strategies and tactics within gameplay. They use information from various sources, both internal and external, to guide and improve performance.
JLBC Grades 6-8 Personal Fitness: Student expectations (at the end of grade 8)
Adolescents participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities regularly without undue fatigue. They participate in physical activities that address each component of health-related fitness, including cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Students know the fitness details and how these relate to their overall fitness status. Students monitor their heart rate, breathing rate, perceived exertion, and recovery rate during and following strenuous physical activity. They assess their fitness status for each component and use this information to assist in developing individualized physical fitness goals with little help from the teacher. Students show progress towards knowing the various principles of training (e.g., threshold, overload, specificity) and how these principles can be utilized in improving one’s level of physical fitness.
JLBC Grades 6-8 Responsible Behaviors: Student expectations (at the end of grade 8)
Adolescents begin to understand the concept of physical activity as a microcosm of modern culture and society. They recognize the role of physical activity in understanding diversity and continue to include and support each other, respecting the limitations and strengths of group members. Students move from merely identifying and following rules, procedures, safe practices, ethical behavior, and positive forms of social interaction to reflecting upon their role in physical activity settings and the benefits of physical activity. They have well-developed cooperation skills and can accomplish group/team goals in cooperative and competitive activities. Adolescents seek greater independence from adults and effectively work independently and in groups to complete assigned tasks. They make appropriate decisions to resolve conflicts arising from the powerful influence of peers, and they practice proper problem-solving techniques to resolve disputes when necessary in competitive activities.
Standards for Physical Education - Wisconsin These standards from 2010 .... https://www.readkong.com/page/standards-for-physical-education-wisconsin-these-2626498
Grade 6 - Physical Education. https://sites.google.com/a/aaps.k12.mi.us/physical-education/middle-school-curriculum/grade-6