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Physical Education and Health

Competency 3: To adopt a healthy, active lifestyle

Knowledge (effects of a sedentary lifestyle)

Knowledge (lifestyle habits)
Knowledge (anatomy and physiology of the human body)

Student constructs knowledge with teacher guidance.

Student applies knowledge by the end of the school year.

 

Student reinvests knowledge.

Elementary
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Three
  1. Effects of a sedentary lifestyle
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  1. Explains in his/her own words what “sedentary lifestyle” means
    (e.g. not doing any physical activity, spending a lot of time in front of a computer)
       
  1. Explains in his/her own words a few of the effects of a sedentary lifestyle on weight
    (e.g. causes weight gain, diseases such as diabetes)
       
  1. Explains in his/her own words a few of the effects of a sedentary lifestyle on flexibility
    (e.g. loss of flexibility)
       
  1. Explains in his/her own words a few of the effects of a sedentary lifestyle on muscle mass
    (e.g. loss of muscle tone and strength)
       
  1. Explains in his/her own words a few of the effects of a sedentary lifestyle on cardiovascular endurance
    (e.g. shortness of breath, cramps, lack of endurance during a race)
       

Knowledge (lifestyle habits)
Knowledge (anatomy and physiology of the human body)

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