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P.E. Standards


Standard 1

  • Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns necessary to perform a variety of physical activities. Examples of motor skills would be:
    • Locomoter Patterns: hop, skip, chase, dodge
    • Manipulative Patterns: throw, catch, dribble, strike

Standard 2

  • Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies and tactics as they apply to learning and performance of physical activities. Examples:
    • Body awareness
    • Space awareness
    • Effort
    • Relationships with objects or others

Standards 3 & 4

  • Participates regularly in physical activity and achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness. Examples:
    • Establishment of patterns of regular meaningful physical activity
    • Fitnessgram

Standard 5

  • Exhibits responsible personal and social behaviors that respect self and others in physical activity settings. Examples include:
    • Safe practice
    • Adherence to rules and procedures
    • Etiquette
    • Cooperation and teamwork
    • Ethical behaviors
    • Positive social interactions

Performance Rubric (What is the P.E. grade based on?)

Exceeds (4)

  • Always follows class rules and procedures
  • Always demonstrates safety principles
  • Always seen as a team player, encourages others, cooperative, demonstrates leadership
  • Participation consistently exceeds expectations
  • Able to work with self, partners or in a group

Accomplished (3)

  • Follows class rules and procedures
  • Stays on task with 1 or 2 prompts
  • Demonstrates safety principles
  • Interaction with peers are appropriate and positive
  • Energetically participates in all activities
  • Self-motivated (works without direct supervision)

Developing (2)

  • Inconsistently follows directions and class procedures
  • Needs numerous prompts to redirect "on task" behavior
  • Behavior takes away from self/partner/group
  • Goes to time-out
  • Clothing choice affects participation
  • Consistently demonstrates poor communication skills (listening-talking)
  • Denies personal responsibility (has difficulty getting along with others)

Emerging (1)

  • Lacks self-control at times
  • Interferes with other students' right to learn
  • Improper dress
  • Interactions with peers are at times negative
  • Does not participate - lacks improvement