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The Physically Educated Person:
- HAS learned skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities
1. moves using concepts of body awareness, space awareness, effort
2. demonstrates competence in a variety of manipulative, locomotor
and non-locomotor skills.
3. demonstrates competence in combinations of manipulative, locomotor
and non-locomotor skills performed individually and with others.
4. demonstrates competence in many different forms of physical activity.
5. demonstrates proficiency in a few forms of physical activity.
6. has learned how to learn new skills.
- IS physically fit
7. assesses, achieves and maintains physical fitness.
8. designs safe, personal fitness programs in accordance with principles
of training and conditioning.
- DOES participate regularly in physical activity
9. Participates in health enhancing physical activity at least three
times a week.
10. selects and regularly participates in lifetime physical activities.
- KNOWS the implications of and the benefits from involvement in
11. identifies the benefits, costs and obligations associated with
regular participation in physical activity.
12. recognizes the risk and safety factors associated with regular
participation in physical activity.
13. applies concepts and principles to the development of motor skills.
14. understands that wellness involves more than being physically
15. knows the rules, strategies and appropriate behaviors for selected
16. recognizes that participation in physical activity can lead to
multi-cultural and international understanding.
17. understands that physical activity provides the opportunity for
enjoyment, self-expression and communication.
- VALUES physical activity and its contributions to a healthful lifestyle
18. appreciates the relationships with others that result from participation
in physical activity.
19. respects the role that regular physical activity plays in the
pursuit of life-long health and well-being.
20. cherishes the feelings that result from regular participation
in physical activity.
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