Junior High Physical Education Curriculum Framework

Wisconsin 's Model Academic Standards for Physical Education (WMASPE)

 

A. Leading an Active Lifestyle

- Students in Wisconsin will exhibit a physically active lifestyle.

 

B.  Physical Skill Development

  - Students in Wisconsin will demonstrate competency in many forms of movement and proficiency in some.

 

C. Learned Skill

- Students in Wisconsin will apply concepts and principles of movement to the

  learning and development of physical skills.

 

D. Understanding Physical Activity and Well-being

- Students in Wisconsin will understand that physical activity provides opportunities enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction.

 

E. Health-Enhancing Fitness

- Students in Wisconsin will achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.

 

F. Respectful Behavior

  - Students in Wisconsin will demonstrate responsible personal and social behavior in physical-activity settings.

 

G. Understanding Diversity

- Students in Wisconsin will demonstrate understanding and respect for differences among people in physical-activity settings.

Enduring Understandings:

 

Regular physical activity increases the brain's capacity to learn (NASPE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).

 

Students understand that respect is reciprocal (NASPE 5, 6).

 

There is more to a game than winning and losing (NASPE 1, 2, 5).

 

Physical fitness components are essential for developing a successful individual fitness program (NASPE 3, 4).

 

Engage in self-directed activities in a variety of settings (NASPE 3, 4, 5, 6).

 

By displaying appropriate sportspersonship skills during games and activities will make the activities more enjoyable for all (NASPE 5, 6).

 

Tactics, strategies and skills are transferable (NASPE 1, 2, 5).

Assessment

 

Fitness

pretest and post test

Exercise Log

Presidential or

FITNESSGRAM

  (need example)

Cognitive

written quiz and exam

oral quiz

develop personal fitness goals

Affective

self assessment

student survey

 

Psychomotor

authentic skill test

Skill Check

Rubric

pre-posttest

District

Essential Questions:

 

What makes an activity fun and enjoyable for you (the student)?

 

How are tactics, strategies and skills transferable between games?

 

What makes you unique?

 

What are the benefits of cooperation and teamwork?

 

What is a motivating factor to keep you physically fit?

 

What does fitness mean to you?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Connected Co-Curricular Support Activities/Experiences

 

 

Adventure club

 

NASPE Shooting

  -Archery Club

 

Content Topics

7-9 grade P.E. Offerings

Fitness

 

Team Sports

 

Lifetime Leisure Activities

  CC skiing

  Archery

  Golf

  Tennis

 

Adventure Learning

 

Weight Training

 

Dance

 

Cooperative Games

 

Swimming(P.J.)

 

Aerobics

Key Skills

 

Basic Motor Skills

 

Basic Math Skills

 

Climbing Procedures

 

Cooperative Learning

 

Components of Physical Fitness

 

Basic Writing Skills