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Physical Education Essential Learning Outcomes and Learning TargetsAddison Central School District - June 2016Essential Learning Outcomes (ELOs)1. I can demonstrate competence in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.2. I can use the concepts and strategies I have learned in movement and performance.3. I can demonstrate the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity andfitness.4. I can exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects myself, others, and the environment.5. I can recognize the importance of physical activity and its impact on wellness, including physical, mental, and emotionalhealth; enjoyment; challenge; self-expression; learning readiness; and social interaction.June 2016Page 1

What are the Addison Central School District Essential Learning Outcomes and Learning Targets ?The ACSD Essential Learning Outcomes (ELOs) are a cohesive set of PK-12 content area proficiencies that describe what students will know,understand, and be able to do by the time they graduate across ten content areas. Learning targets describe what it means to meet the ELOs within a contentarea at each grade span. The ELOs were developed and vetted during the 2015-2106 school year, and are aligned with state and national standards.How do we read the document?Each ELO appears on its own page. Thisis the ACSD “big picture” outcome.ELO 1. I can demonstrate competence in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.Learning targets define proficiency ateach grade span.Looking across the grades showsstudents’ progression toward the ELO.Each learning target is identified by alowercase letter and color-coded toshow how specific skills and conceptsbuild on each other.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nda. I can perform a. I can demonstratelocomotorlocomotor skillsskills (walk,(running, hopping,run, hop, skip,jumping,and jump .)skipping ) in aat a beginningvariety oflevel.activities.3rd-4tha. I can usevariouslocomotorskills in avariety ofsmall-sidedpracticetasks.5th-6th7th-8tha. I candemonstratecompetence infundamentalmotor skillsand selectedcombinationsof skills.a. I candemonstratecompetence in avariety ofmovement skillsin differentphysicalactivities, withand withoutequipment, forboth offensiveand defensivepurposes.9th-12tha. I can demonstratecompetence ofactivity-specificmovement skills intwo or more lifetimeactivities.b. I can demonstratecompetence in one ormore specializedskills in health-relatedfitness activities.How do we use the ELOs and Learning Targets?The ELOs and learning targets provide a guide for instruction and assessment for every ACSD teacher and learner. The articulated targets enableteachers to assess students who are above or below grade level using a common ACSD language and create opportunities for students to reflect on theirown progress as they move toward proficiency. Used across content areas, the ELOs support interdisciplinary learning and enable connections amongconcepts, skills, and understandings.June 2016Page 2

ELO 1. I can demonstrate competence in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nda. I can performa. I can demonstratelocomotor skillslocomotor skills(walk, run, hop,(running, hopping,skip, and jump .)jumping,at a beginning level.skipping ) in avariety of activities.June 20163rd-4th5th-6tha. I can usea. I can demonstratevariouscompetence inlocomotor skillsfundamental motorin a variety ofskills and selectedsmall-sidedcombinations ofpractice tasks.skills.7th-8th9th-12tha. I can demonstratecompetence in avariety of movementskills in differentphysical activities, withand withoutequipment, for bothoffensive anddefensive purposes.a. I can demonstrate competence ofactivity-specific movement skillsin two or more lifetime activities.b. I can demonstrate competence inone or more specialized skills inhealth-related fitness activities.Page 3

ELO 2. I can use the concepts and strategies I have learned in movement and performance.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nd3rd-4th5th-6tha. I can move in andthrough generalspace whilemaintaining selfspace.a. I can move invariouspathways, levels,and directions.a. I can demonstrateability to changepathways, levels,and directionsduring a variety ofphysical activities.a. I can combinemovement conceptswith skills insmall-sided practicetasks in gameenvironments, withself-direction.June 20167th-8th9th-12tha. I can demonstrate keymovement concepts byutilizing tactics andstrategies to modifiedgame play.a. I can use correct terminology anddemonstrate key concepts andstrategies associated withsuccessful participation in avariety of physical activities.b. I can transition fromoffense to defense ordefense to offense byrecovering quickly,communicating withteammates, andcapitalizing on anadvantage.b. I can appropriately use movementconcepts and principles to analyzeand improve my own and others’performance in selected skills.Page 4

ELO 3. I can demonstrate the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nd3rd-4tha. I can activelyparticipate in PEand recognizebasic fitness andnutritioncomponents.a. I can activelyparticipate in PE.a. I can showimprovement infitness testing.b. I can identifyphysicalcomponents thatcontribute tofitness.b. I can 7th-8tha. I can showimprovement inapproaching ormaintaining thehealthy range infitness testing.a. I can show improvement inapproaching or maintainingthe healthy fitness zonethrough fitness testing.b. I can demonstrateknowledge of basichealth-relatedfitness concepts.b. I can identify and connect thefive components ofhealth-related fitness(muscular strength, muscularendurance, flexibility,cardiovascular endurance,body composition) tonutrition.c. I can demonstrate basicmovements or techniquesused in stress-reducingactivities.9th-12tha. I can complete the fitnessgramfitness test program and usethe results to evaluate mycurrent fitness level, set goalsfor maintaining or improving,and then assess my progress.b. I can plan and implement apersonal fitness program.c. I can calculate a target heartrate training zone and applythat information to my personalfitness plan.d. I can demonstrate appropriatetechnique in strength andconditioning training.June 2016Page 5

ELO 4. I can exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects myself, others, and the environment.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nd3rd-4th5th-6tha. I can follow theclass directionsand maintainsafe behavior.a. I can work withlittle teacherdirection, useequipmentproperly, and usefeedbackappropriately.a. I can demonstraterespect for selfand others inactivities andgames byfollowing the ruleswithout needing tobe reminded.a. I can demonstraterespect for self andothers in activities andgames by following therules, encouragingothers, and playing inthe spirit of the gameor activity.a. I can cooperate with andencourage classmates,accept individualdifferences, anddemonstrate inclusivebehavior.a. I can model responsiblebehavior, including safeparticipation, properetiquette, respect for others,and teamwork, whileengaging in physical activity.b. I can acceptpersonaldifferencesbetween myselfand my peers.b. I can givepositive feedbackto my peers.b. I can give andaccept bothpositive andcritical feedbackin a respectfulway.b. I can show appreciationfor help given by peersor the teacher by givinga positive response.b. I can provide and receiveencouragement andfeedback to and from peerswithout prompting from theteacher.b. I can use communicationskills and personalmanagement strategies thatpromote productiveteam/group dynamics.c. I can respond appropriatelyand respectfully toparticipants during physicalactivity.c. I can solve problems andthink critically in physicalactivity settings, both as anindividual and in groups.June 20167th-8th9th-12thPage 6

ELO 5. I can recognize the importance of physical activity and its impact on wellness, including physical, mental, and emotional health;enjoyment; challenge; self-expression; learning readiness; and social interaction.Learning TargetsPreK-K1st-2nda. I can recognizethat physicalactivity is goodfor me and thatthere are someactivities that arehard for me.a. I can recognizethe benefits ofphysicalactivity andexpress myselfthroughphysicalactivity.June 20163rd-4th5th-6th7th-8th9th-12tha. I can identify thebenefits of aphysically activelifestyle.a. I can evaluate differentphysical activities.a. I can show that Iunderstand how physicalactivity impacts my mentaland emotional health andmakes me more ready tolearn.a. I can explain the benefits of aphysically active lifestyle.b. I can engage inpositive socialinteraction byexhibitingacceptance of selfand others inphysical activities.b. for enjoyment andchallenge, identifyingreasons for a positiveor negative response.b. I can engage in physicalactivity for enjoyment andself-expression.b. I can select and participateregularly in physical activitiesthat meet the need forself-expression, socialinteraction, challenge, andenjoyment.c. I can exhibitacceptance of self andothers in physicalactivities; and identifythe benefits ofphysically activelifestyle.c. I can take part in physicalactivity that promotespositive social interaction.c. I can evaluate a self-selectedphysical activity, highlightingits impact on personalwellness.d. I can recognizeindividual challengesand cope in a positiveway, such as extendingeffort, asking for help orfeedback, and/ormodifying the tasks.d. I can demonstrate a matureresponse to challenges inphysical activities.Page 7

Resources National Standards from SHAPE (these have also been adopted by Vermont) Vermont Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements ACSU Power Standards (2005)June 2016Page 8

PreK-K 1st-2nd 3rd-4th 5th-6th 7th-8th 9th-12th Each learning target is identified by a lowercase letter and color-coded to show how specific skills and concepts build on each other. a.I can perform locomotor skills (walk, run, hop, skip, and jump .) at a beginning level. a.I can demonstrate locomotor skills (running, hopping, jumping, skipping ) in a variety of activities. a.I can use .