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Physical Education and Health

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

Knowledge

Strategies (action rules)
Motor Skills
Behaviour

Student constructs knowledge with teacher guidance.

Student applies knowledge by the end of the school year.

 

Student reinvests knowledge.

Elementary
Cycle
One
Cycle
Two
Cycle
Three
  1. Principles of communication
1 2 3 4 5 6
  1. Names a few ways of being understood by others
    (e.g. making eye contact, giving a signal, asking a question)
   
  1. Names a few ways of being receptive to others’ messages
    (e.g. listening without interrupting, looking at the person who is speaking)
   
  1. Names a few ways of sending out misleading signals during game play
    (e.g. feinting using one’s body, looking to the right and then passing to the left)
   
  1. Methods of communication
1 2 3 4 5 6
  1. Names different ways of communicating
    (e.g. calling out someone’s name, using a hand signal)
       
  1. Principles of synchronization
1 2 3 4 5 6
  1. Indicates a few ways of synchronizing his/her movements
    (i.e. performing movements or actions in the right place at the right time)
    1. when throwing an object
      (e.g. keeping track of a partner’s movement and throwing him/her a pass at the right time)
     
    1. when receiving an object
      (e.g. moving quickly to the appropriate spot to catch a ball thrown by a teammate)
     
  1. Recognizes different synchronization modes
    1. simultaneous
      (i.e. performing identical or different movements or actions at the same time)
       
    1. successive
      (i.e. performing movements or actions one after the other)
       
    1. alternating
      (i.e. repeating movements or actions in turns)
       
    1. overlapping
      (i.e. performing a sequence of movements or actions starting at different times)
       
  1. Roles
1 2 3 4 5 6
  1. Explains in his/her own words the main actions of an offensive (attacking) player
    (e.g. moving into open space, moving the object forward, scoring a goal)
     
  1. Explains in his/her own words the main actions of a defensive player
    (e.g. protecting his/her territory, guarding a player, preventing goals)
     
  1. Explains in his/her own words the main actions of a team captain or leader
    (e.g. calling a play in kinball, rounding up his/her teammates)
     
  1. Explains in his/her own words the main actions of a carrier
    (e.g. moving the object forward, protecting the object)
     
  1. Explains in his/her own words the main actions of a noncarrier
    (e.g. moving into an open space, calling the object)
     
  1. Names the main positions occupied by players of a given activity
    (e.g.  top and base in acrobatic gymnastics)
     
  1. Distinguishes the main types of support roles
    (e.g. scorekeeper, timekeeper, referee)
     
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. 

Strategies (action rules)
Motor Skills
Behaviour