JLBC PRIMARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM GUIDELINES FOR GRADES 3 & 4


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JLBC PRIMARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM GUIDELINES FOR GRADES 3 & 4

STRAND: BASIC MOVEMENT

JLBC Cadets Demonstrates Competency in many movement forms and proficiency in a few movement forms. JLBC Cadets Applies movement concepts and principles to the learning and development of motor skills.

GENERAL OBJECTIVE: Learn skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities

Sub–goals: Demonstrate progress toward the mature form of selected Locomotors, non-Locomotors, and manipulative skills.

Acquire beginning skills in a few specialized movement forms.

OBJECTIVES CONTENT/KNOWLEDGE ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

By the end of grades 3-4, students should be able to:-

- While traveling, avoid or catch an individual or object.

- Maintain appropriate body alignment during activity (e.g., lift, carry, push, or pull)

- Perform different body movements in time to a signal or music of varying tempos.

- Safely change from one speed to another when traveling to a signal or music at varying tempos or speeds.

- Move-in various ways to show the contrast of light and vital force.

- Demonstrate momentarily

1. BODY AWARENESS

a. Body Parts

Angular, Narrow, Curved, Wide, Twisted, Symmetrical, Asymmetrical.

b. Body Movements

Swing, Sway, Turn, Bend- Curl, stretch, Shake, Rise, Sink, Push, Pull

2. SPACE AWARENESS

a. General Space

b. Directions:

Forward, Backwards, Sideways, Up, Down

c. Levels:

Low, Medium, High

d. Pathways: Curved, Straight, Zigzag e. Extensions: Near, Far

3. EFFORT

a. Speed

Fast, Slow Acceleration Deceleration

- Ask the student to move to music throughout a large, specified area while using a variety of movements as you call them out.

- Using the floor and their mats, students create an exciting sequence with different pathways.

- Two students set up a target in a specified area marked by cones, ropes, or other equipment; one tries to get a ball to the target by dribbling or throwing without it being stolen - Discuss how a defensive player denies space.

- Line Soccer- Set up lanes the length of the playing area. One defensive player and one offensive player stay in each lane, only touching the ball when it comes in their lane. - Discuss how offensive players must work to get open to receive the ball, no matter which lane they are in.

- Discuss how players can create space by moving to an open area to pass or receive the ball.

- Discuss the relationship between an offensive

Lead up and modified games.

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