Middle School Jan- March

 

Middle School Monthly Plan

Semester 2

January
Jan 22nd – Jan 26thJan 29th – Feb 2
Topics of StudyTeambuilding/Games

Work cooperatively within a group to establish and achieve group goals in competitive as well as cooperative physical activity settings

Fitness Testing

Achieve and maintain the age- and gender-specific health-related fitness standards as defined by a state-approved fitness assessment

 

Middle School Monthly Plan
February
Feb 5th – Feb 9thFeb 12th – Feb 16thFeb 20th – Feb 23rdFeb 26th – March 2nd
Topics of StudyJump Bands

Use good technique in performing two different rhythmic activities

Work cooperatively within a group to establish and achieve group goals in competitive as well as cooperative physical activity settings (for example, consider ideas from all group members when creating an aerobic dance routine).

Dance

Design a sequence of progressive rhythmic movement patterns (for example, create a repeatable aerobic sequence of four, eight count steps, with coordinated arm movements).

Dance

Use good technique in performing two different dance and rhythmic activities (for example, demonstrating correct steps with balance and control when performing a line dance and a folk dance)

Badminton/ Net-Wall Games

Identify critical elements/learning cues of skills performed Badminton

 

Middle School  Monthly Plan 2017

Physical Education

March
March 5th – March 9thMarch 12th – March 16thMarch 19th -March 23rdMarch 26th – 30rd
Topics of StudyPickle ball/ Tennis

Describe tactics within net/wall games and explain how to use them effectively in modified situations

Pickle ball/ Tennis

Demonstrate in a modified situation the basic skills and tactics used for Tennis.

Volleyball

Identify critical elements/learning cues of skills performed in invasion games,

Forearm Passing and Overhead passing/Serving

Volleyball

Demonstrate basic skills and tactics during a three-on-two modified Volleyball Game

Modified Games

 

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