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Curriculum

Meece Middle School

Curriculum Guide

Class: Physical Education

Grade: 5

Teacher: Mr. Meece

Time Frame

Unit Title

Topics

Standards

 

Weeks 1-3

Basketball

Pass, Shoot, Dribble, Games

PL-5-LWP-S-1

Students will explain how physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction

PL-5-LWP-S-9

Students will demonstrate appropriate behaviors of sportsmanship, cooperation, teamwork and conflict resolution in physical activity settings

PL-5-PS-S-3

Students will demonstrate a variety of non-locomotor, locomotor and combination skills while participating in different games and sports

 

 

Weeks 4-6

Soccer

Pass, Dribble, Shoot, Games

PL-5-LWP-S-10

Students will explain how rules of play and sportsmanship for spectators and participants during games and/or activities make them safe and enjoyable

PL-5-PS-S-4

Students will develop manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking and striking while developing motor skills (e.g., sliding, running, jumping) for use in games and other activities that lead to more complex games and sports (e.g., football, volleyball, soccer, softball)

 

 

Weeks 7-9

Baseball

Run, Hit, Throw, Catch, Games

PL-5-PS-S-4

Students will develop manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking and striking while developing motor skills (e.g., sliding, running, jumping) for use in games and other activities that lead to more complex games and sports (e.g., football, volleyball, soccer, softball)

PL-5-LWP-S-2

Students will explore a variety of physical activities in order to determine like and dislikes of games, sports and other activities

 

 

Week 10-12

Volleyball

Serve, Bump, Set, Hit

PL-5-PS-U-1:

spatial awareness, motor skills and movement patterns are needed to perform a variety of physical activities

 

Week 13-15

Handball

Run, Throw , Catch

PL-5-PS-S-1:

Demonstrate a variety of locomotor and combination skills in a movement pattern.

PL-5-PS-S-4:

develop manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking and striking while developing motor skills (e.g., sliding, running, jumping) for use in games and other activities that lead to more complex games and sports (e.g., basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 16-18

Badminton

Strike, Rules, Lifetime

PL-5-LPW-S-13:

identify lifetime physical activities (e.g., biking, swimming) that meet requirements for improving fitness

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-S-13:

identify lifetime physical activities (e.g., biking, swimming) that meet requirements for improving fitness

 

Week 19-22

Floor Hockey

Long handled implements, Safety, Locomotor

PL-5-LPW-S-8:

when participating in a variety of physical activities and games:

PL-5-LPW-S-8.a:

explain the need for rules in social settings

PL-5-LPW-S-8.b:

recognize and use appropriate safety principles, rules, procedures and etique

 

 

 

 

PL-5-PS-S-3:

demonstrate a variety of non-locomotor, locomotor and combination skills while participating in different games and sports

 

Week 23-24

Lacrosse

Tracking, non locomotor, locomotor

PL-5-PS-U-1:

spatial awareness, motor skills and movement patterns are needed to perform a variety of physical activities

 

 

 

 

PL-5-PS-S-3:

demonstrate a variety of non-locomotor, locomotor and combination skills while participating in different games and sports

 

Week 25-27

Wellness Plan

Healthy lifestyle, Fitt Principle, Physical  and Social Benefits

PL-5-LPW-U-7:

fitness principles and techniques are used to improve/maintain physical health.

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-S-12:

explain the meaning of F.I.T.T. Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time) as it relates to fitness

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-U-6:

regular participation in health-related, physical activity supports the goals of fitness and a healthier lifestyle throughout life.

 

Week 28-30

Dance

Space, Time, Force

PL-5-PS-S-2:

use non-locomotor, locomotor and combination skills to demonstrate movements in creative sequences and in simple patterned dances, games and other activities

 

 

 

 

PL-5-PS-S-5:

demonstrate and explain how movement patterns are influenced by space, force and time

 

Week 31-33

Review Knowledge

Recall, Performance, Skills

PL-5-LPW-S-1:

explain how physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-S-4:

describe how physical activity is related to emotion/mental health

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-S-11:

describe and demonstrate the health related fitness components (muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, cardio respiratory endurance

 

Week 34-36

Softball

Strike, Rules, Catch, Throw

PL-5-PS-S-4:

develop manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking and striking while developing motor skills (e.g., sliding, running, jumping) for use in games and other activities that lead to more complex games and sports (e.g., basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball)

 

 

 

 

PL-5-LPW-S-10:

explain how rules of play and sportsmanship for spectators and participants during games and/or activities make them safe and enjoyable