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Fifth Grade - Elizabethtown Area School District

Elizabethtown Area School District

5 th Grade Physical Education

Course Number:

Length of Course: 36 weeks

Grade Level:Fifth Grade

Total Clock Hours: 27 hours

Length of Period: 45 mins Date Written: 10/9/06

Periods per Week/Cycle: 1 pd./wk. Written By: Shenk/DiRisio

Credits (if app):

Course Description:

This course is designed to build skill confidence and fitness through many diverse

activities. Activities will be taught using a variety of methods, so as to give each

child the chance to achieve and succeed in some way. During 5 th grade Physical

Education, students will participate on a regular basis in team sport activities that

maintain or improve physical fitness and promote an interest in physical activities

outside the school setting. Each student will acquire personal values from physical

education that encourage living a full and productive life. They will learn to

identify the components of physical fitness and describe physical activities that

improve these components. Students will be asked to apply goal setting, conflictresolution

techniques, and interpersonal skills that contribute to positive group

interactions. They will be expected to follow safety procedures related to physical

activity, equipment, and facilities.

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I. Overall Course/Grade Level Standards

Students will KNOW and be able TO DO the following as a result of taking this course.

A. Demonstrate and recognize patterns involved in movement forms.

B. Integrate movement skills, concepts and strategies when performing a

variety of physical activities.

C. Identify and develop teamwork and problem-solving skills gained from

participating in physical activity.

D. Demonstrate responsible personal and socially acceptable behavior in

physical activity settings.

E. Exhibit knowledge of rules, regulations and boundaries of activities.

F. List a variety of activities that they enjoy and will engage in outside of

school.

G. Apply safety practices, strategies and rules necessary for safe and skillful

involvement in physical activities, alone and with others.

H. Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of fitness in and out of

school.

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II. Content

Major Areas of Study

List all units of study below:

Unit Estimated Time Materials

1. Softball 3 weeks Gloves per

student, variety of

balls, bats. Bases,

targets

2. Soccer 4 weeks Soccer balls per

student, cones,

pinnies, goals

3. Volleyball 4 weeks Nets, poles,

volleyballs, volley

trainers,

cones,scorers

4. Basketball 4 weeks Bballs per student,

pinnies, cones,

four baskets

5. Gymnastics 3-4 weeks Mats two per

student, balance

materials,

climbing wall

6. Floor Hockey 4 weeks Sticks, pucks per

student, cones,

goals, pinnies

7. Recreational Activities 4 weeks Variety of

supplies

8. Fitness 4 weeks Stop watches one

per two students

9. Track and Field 3 weeks Stop watches,

Hurdles, tape

measures

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III. Course Assessments

Check types of assessments to be used in the teaching of the course and provide examples of

each type.

Objective Tests/Quizzes

Constructed Responses

Essays

Reports

Projects

Portfolios

Presentations

Performance Tasks

Rubrics

Response Journals

Logs

Computer Simulations

Research Papers

Class Participation

Note Taking

Daily Assignments

Writing Samples

Provide copies of common assessments that will be utilized for all students taking this course.

Overall course/grade level standards will be measured by a common course assessment. Unit

objectives will be measured on an ongoing basis as needed by the classroom teacher to assess

learning and plan for instruction. List common assessments below and recommend date/time

frame for administration (at least quarterly).

Name of Common Assessment

When given?

1. Diagnostic assessment of skills Throughout unit

2. Rubrics End of unit

3. Constructive responses End of each lesson

4. Class participation Discussion

5. Performance task During unit.

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IV. Expected levels of achievement

Current grading scale

∆ = The students demonstrate competency in

performance skills and the knowledge to

participate in activities. They contribute to

discussions and display teamwork and

sportsmanship.

+ = The students participate in the activity but

they need more teacher directed instruction.

They contribute to discussions and display

teamwork and are working towards displaying

sportsmanship.

PA Proficiency Levels

Advanced

Proficient

Basic

Below Basic

√ = The student struggles to participate in the

activity or constant support is needed in

participation. Or inappropriate sportsmanship

is shown towards peers or teacher

The following scoring documents have been developed for this course

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Name of Unit: Soccer

Essential Question: How do I apply soccer skills and strategy in a game

situation both offensively and defensively?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Perform dribble, passing, and kicking skills

necessary to play in a game like situation.

Priority

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.5.3

2. Can you describe/define a soccer game using

vocabulary terms?

3. What does teamwork look like during a soccer

game?

4. Can you display game strategy or play using the

rules of the game?

5. Can you identify the level of fitness needed for this

activity?

E C 10.3.3

10.4.3

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

I C 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

10.1.3

10.5.3

4a


Name of Unit: Basketball

Essential Question: How do I apply basketball skills and strategy in a game

situation both offensively and defensively?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Perform dribble, passing, and shooting skills

necessary to play in a game like situation.

Priority

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.5.3

2. Can you describe/define a basketball game using

vocabulary terms?

3. What does teamwork look like during a basketball

game?

4. Can you devise a game strategy or play using the

rules?

5. Identify the level of fitness needed with this

activity.

E C 10.3.3

10.4.3

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

I C 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

10.1.3

10.5.3

Name of Unit: Volleyball

Essential Question: How do I apply volleyball skills and strategy in a game

situation both offensively and defensively?

Aligned to Aligned to PA

Priority Course Standard Standard

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Perform hitting skills necessary to play in a game

like situation.

E

A

B

10.4.3

10.5.3

2. Can you describe/define a volleyball match using

vocabulary terms?

3. What does teamwork look like during a volleyball

match?

4. Can you devise a game strategy or play using the

rules of the match?

5. Identify the level of fitness needed with this

activity.

E C 10.3.3

10.4.3

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

I C 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

10.1.3

10.5.3

4b


Name of Unit: Floor Hockey

Essential Question: How do I apply floor hockey skills and strategy in a game

situation both offensively and defensively?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Perform dribbling, passing, shooting skills

necessary to play in a game like situation.

Priority

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.5.3

2. Can you describe/define a floor hockey using

vocabulary terms?

3. What does teamwork look like during a floor

hockey game?

4. Can you devise a game strategy or play using the

rules of the game?

5. Identify the level of fitness needed with this

activity.

E C 10.3.3

10.4.3

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

I C 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

10.1.3

10.5.3

4c


Name of Unit: Softball

Essential Question: How do I apply softball skills and strategy in a game

situation both offensively and defensively?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Perform catching, throwing, hitting skills necessary

to play in a game like situation.

Priority

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.5.3

2. Can you describe/define a softball game using

vocabulary terms?

3. What does teamwork look like during a softball

game?

4. Can you devise a game strategy or play using the

rules of the game?

5. Identify the level of fitness needed with this

activity.

E C 10.3.3

10.4.3

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

I C 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

10.1.3

10.5.3

Name of Unit: Track and Field

Essential Question: How do can I apply track and field activities to improve

my fitness levels?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

Priority

Aligned to

Course Standard

Aligned to PA

Standard

1. Perform powerwalk, jog using long distances. E A, B, C, 10.4.3

10.5.3

2. What are some of the methods and means used to E C 10.3.3

improve my fitness?

10.4.3

3. Name the components needed to make a relay

team work.

4. How can you measure when an activity is getting

your heart rate at its optimal level?

5. How do you start the different types of races? E A, B

E C, D, E, G 10.4.3

E H 10.4.3

4d


Name of Unit: Gymnastics

Essential Question: How does kinesthetic awareness affect my bodies’

performance?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Demonstrate two combinations of stunts using with

controlled movements.

2. Explain how gymnastics can be used as part of

your overall fitness regimen.

Priority

E

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

C

A

B

C

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.4.3

Name of Unit: Recreational Activities

Essential Question: Can recreational activities become life long activities to

help with your individual fitness and health level?

Unit Objectives/Key Question

1. Apply skills to develop components of fitness to

the activities.

2. Can you identify the changes that take place to the

body during the recreational activity?

3. Recognize and apply safety factors to the

activities.

Priority

E

E

E

Aligned to

Course Standard

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

Aligned to PA

Standard

10.4.3

10.5

10.4.3

4e

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