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Safe participation in physical activity and fair play

Knowledge (Concepts to be learned)
Skills

Attitudes (Behaviour)

Student constructs knowledge with teacher guidance.

Student applies knowledge by the end of the school year.

 

Student reinvests knowledge.

E: The letter E indicates that some of the concepts related to this topic were covered in elementary school.

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  1. Fair play
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  1. Shows respect for partners and opponents in his/her words and gestures
E        
  1. Respects equipment and the environment
    (e.g. not kicking the ball in volleyball, staying on a marked trail, carrying out garbage after an outdoor activity)
E        
  1. Establishes rules of cooperation with his/her partner(s)
    (e.g. listening to everyone's ideas, assigning a role to each participant according to his/her strengths)
E      
  1. Respects the role of each participant
    (e.g. respecting the decisions made by the referee, umpire or player-referee, staying out of a partner’s playing area in badminton doubles)
E      
  1. Manages conflicts independently and peacefully
    (e.g. talking to a teammate about a problem that arose during game play, using “I” statements)
E      
  1. Applies rigorously and honestly the rules of the game or the adjustments determined by the teacher
    (e.g. using the rebound in volleyball, acknowledging that the ball is out during a tennis match, staying on the cross-country trail)
E    
  1. Appreciates successful moves and achievements of partners and opponents
    (e.g. acknowledging good play and victories, congratulating a winning opponent)
E    
  1. Demonstrates dignity and self-control, regardless of the physical activity involved
    (e.g. controlling his/her emotions)
E    
  1. Acts fairly in his/her interactions with others
    (e.g. passing to the player who is in the best position and not to one’s friend, applying the same game rules to everyone when acting as the referee)
E  
  1. Demonstrates a certain fighting spirit that is respectful of his/her opponents
    (e.g. adjusting one’s actions or those of his/her team so as not to humiliate the opponent)
E
  1. Perseveres in an activity despite difficulties and results in order to surpass him/herself
    (e.g. trying again after experiencing failure, leaving one’s comfort zone to set a challenge for oneself)
E
  1. Help and mutual assistance
  1 2 3 4 5
  1. Helps others and accepts the help of others, as needed
    (e.g. helping another student handle equipment, helping in portage during outdoor activities, accepting technical advice)
E      
  1. Acceptance of differences
  1 2 3 4 5
  1. Demonstrates an openness to differences
    (e.g. agreeing to include a less skilled student, a student from another ethnic group or of the opposite sex on the team)
E    
  1. Sense of responsibility
  1 2 3 4 5
  1. Acts responsibly toward him/herself
    (e.g. acknowledging one’s responsibility if equipment breaks, ensuring personal hygiene, carrying out the required task independently)
E      
  1. Acts responsibly toward others
    (e.g. fulfilling one’s commitments during an outdoor activity by bringing the required equipment, looking out for a partner’s safety during an acrogym activity)
E

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