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7th Grade PE Learning Targets

Physical Education, 7th

ALT: Academic Learning Target
AST:  Academic Supporting Target

BSD 6-8 Physical Education ALT 1: Physical Activity Skills
The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills & movement patterns.

Dance & Rhythms
AST 1.7.1 Demonstrates correct rhythm and pattern for a different dance form from among folk, social, creative, line or world dance.
Games & Sports (Invasion Games) - Passing & Receiving
AST 1.7.2 Passes and receives with feet in combination with locomotor patterns of running and change of direction & speed with competency in invasion games such as soccer or speedball.
Games & Sports (Invasion Games) - Dribbling/Ball control
AST 1.7.3 Dribbles with dominant and non-dominant hands or feet using a change of speed and direction in a variety of practice tasks.
Games & Sports (Net/Wall Games) - Serving
AST 1.7.4 Demonstrates the mature form with an underhand or overhand serve with control for net games such as badminton, volleyball or pickleball in a practice task.
Games & Sports (Net/Wall Games) - Forehand & Backhand
AST 1.7.5 Demonstrates the mature form of the backhand stroke in net games in a practice task.
Games & Sports (Net/Wall Games) - Two-Hand Volley
AST 1.7.6  Two-hand-volleys with control in a variety of practice tasks.
Individual Performance
AST 1.7.7 Demonstrates correct technique for basic skills in one outdoor or individual- performance activity.

BSD 6-8 Physical Education ALT 2: Physical Activity Strategies
The physically literate individual demonstrates and applies knowledge of a concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movements and performance.

Games & Sports (Invasion/Field Games) - Creating Space With Movement
AST 2.7.1 Reduces open space by using locomotor movements (e.g., walking, running, jumping and landing, changing size and shape of the body) in combination with movement concepts (e.g., reducing the angle in the space, reducing distance between player and goal).
Games & Sports (Invasion/Field Games) - Creating Space With Offensive Tactics
AST 2.7.2 Identifies and/or executes at least two of the following offensive tactics to create open space: uses a variety of passes, pivots and fakes; give and go.
Games & Sports (Invasion/Field Games) - Reducing Space by Changing Size & Shape 
AST 2.7.3 Reduces open space on defense by marking and staying close to the opponent.
Games & Sports (Invasion/Field Games) - Reducing Space Using Denial
AST 2.7.4 Reduces open space by not allowing the catch (denial) or anticipating the speed of the object and person for the purpose of interception or deflection in practice tasks or modified game play.
Games & Sports (Invasion/Field Games) - Transitions
AST 2.7.5 Transitions from offense to defense or defense to offense by recovering quickly and communicating with teammates.
Games & Sports (Net/Wall Games) - Creating Space Through Variations
AST 2.7.6 Creates open space in net/wall games by varying force and direction, and by moving opponent from side to side.
Games & Sports (Net/Wall Games) - Using Tactics & Shots
AST 2.7.7 Selects offensive shot based on opponent’s location (hit where opponent is not).
Games & Sports (Target Games) - Shot Selection
AST 2.7.8 Varies the speed of the shot based on location of the object in relation to the target.
Games & Sports (Field/Striking Games) - Reducing Space
AST 2.7.9 Selects the correct defensive play based on the situation (e.g., number of outs).

BSD 6-8 Physical Education ALT 3: Personal & Social Skills
The physically literate individual exhibits responsible self-expression and social skills that respects self and other through various social interactions.

Personal Responsibility
AST 3.7.1 Exhibits responsible social behaviors by cooperating with classmates, demonstrating inclusive behaviors and supporting classmates.
Accepting Feedback
AST 3.7.2 Provides corrective feedback to a peer, using teacher-generated guidelines, and incorporating appropriate tone and other communication skills.
Working With Others
AST 3.7.3 Demonstrates cooperation skills by following established rules and guidelines for resolving conflicts.
AST 3.7.4 Problem-solves with a small group of classmates during all class activities with
limited teacher guidance.
Rules & Etiquette
AST 3.7.5 Demonstrates knowledge of rules and etiquette by self-officiating, or modifying physical activities/games or rhythmic activities.
AST 3.7.6 Independently uses all Physical Education equipment and facilities respectfully, appropriately and safely.
Personal Responsibility
AST 3.7.7 Exhibits personal responsibility by being prepared for physical activity (appropriate clothing and shoes for physical activity that promotes safety of self, others and equipment).
AST 3.7.8 Identifies positive mental and emotional aspects of participating in a variety of physical activities.
AST 3.7.9 Generates positive strategies such as offering suggestions or assistance, leading or following others and providing possible solutions when faced with a group challenge.

BSD 6-8 Physical Education ALT 4: Fitness for Life Concepts
The physically literate individual recognizes and/or demonstrates the knowledge and skills to challenge, achieve, and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness while seeking lifelong enjoyment.

Physical Activity Knowledge
AST 4.7.1 Identifies barriers related to maintaining a physically active lifestyle and seeks solutions for eliminating those barriers.
Engages In Physical Activity
AST 4.7.2  Participates in and reflects on self-selected physical activity outside of physical education class.
AST 4.7.3 Participates in a variety of strength-fitness and endurance-fitness activities.
AST 4.7.4  Participates in a variety of lifetime dual and individual sports.
Fitness Knowledge
AST 4.7.5 Distinguishes between health-related and skill-related fitness.
AST 4.7.6 Describes and demonstrates the difference between dynamic and static stretches.
AST 4.7.7 Describes overload principle (FITT formula) for different types of physical activity, the training principles on which the formula is based and how the formula and principles affect fitness.
AST 4.7.8 Designs a warm-up/cool-down regimen for a self-selected physical activity.
AST 4.7.9 Defines how the RPE Scale (Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) Scale) can be used to determine the perception of the work effort or intensity of exercise.
AST 4.7.10 Describes how the muscular system interacts with bones to create movement in pairs by relaxing and contracting.
Assessment & Program Planning
AST 4.7.11 Design a program of remediation based on the results of personal health-related fitness assessment.
AST 4.7.12 Develops strategies for balancing healthy food, snacks and water intake, along with daily physical activity.
Stress Management
AST 4.7.13 Practices strategies for dealing with stress, such as deep breathing, guided visualization and aerobic exercise.
Engages in Physical Activity
AST 4.7.14 Participates in moderate to vigorous aerobic and or muscle and bone-strengthening physical activity.
AST 4.7.15 Identifies different types of physical activities and describes how each exerts a positive effect on health.
Self-Expression & Enjoyment
AST 4.7.16 Identifies why self-selected physical activities create enjoyment.