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Competency 2: To interact with others in different physical activity settings1

To be able to interact with one or more partners in a variety of physical activities, students must develop a repertoire of knowledge and strategies as well as certain motor skills and behaviour. With the help of their teachers, students learn to better understand the principles and methods of communication, the principles of synchronization, as well as the different roles they have to play so that they can apply this knowledge in different settings. They also help students better grasp a series of strategies (action rules) that they can apply in action. Finally, with the help of their teachers, students develop attitudes that will enable them to act ethically at all times.

1.  When students develop the competency To interact with others, they draw on the resources used in the competency To perform movement skills, as they have to perform movement skills while interacting.