Title: Identify, analyze and evaluate movement concepts, mechanical principles, safety considerations and strategies/tactics regarding movement performance in a variety of physical activities.
Subject: Physical Education
Strand: Cognitive Abilities
This cluster includes the following benchmarks.
Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Identify a characteristic of a variety of locomotor skills.
Recognize safety rules and procedures for teacher-selected physical activities.
Recognize that technology can be used to enhance physical activity.
Recognize the rules for safe water activities and the importance of a lifeguard.
Identify the meaning of practice.
Identify skill cues that are used to improve performances.
Recognize own dominant hand and foot.
Recognize movement concepts, such as directions, pathways and levels.
Recognize examples of warm-up and cool-down exercises.
Recognize a characteristic of a locomotor skill.
Recognize safety rules for teacher-selected physical activities.
Recognize a technology that can be used to enhance physical activity.
Recognize a rule for safe water activities.
Recognize the meaning of practice.
Recognize skill cues that are used to improve performances.
Recognize own dominant hand or foot.
Recognize directional movements, such as up, down, over and under.
Recognize examples of warm-up or cool-down exercises.
Recognize a locomotor skill.
Recognize a safety rule for teacher-selected physical activities.
Recognize a technology used during physical activity.
Associate bodies of water with danger and the need for supervision.
Associate practice with repeated movement.
Recognize a skill cue that is used to improve performance.
Associate own hand or foot with throwing or striking.
Associate direction with movement, such as up, down, over or under.
Recognize an example of a warm-up or cool-down exercise.
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