Mr. Keller

"I Can" Essential Targets K-8

Faithful Shepherd Physical Education “I CAN” Statements

Social & Behavioral Expectations

K-2:
I can follow directions.
I can stay on task.
I can play safely when playing with a group and/or independently.
I can play fairly with my classmates.
I can work cooperatively with a partner.
I can take turns appropriately.
I can move my body in a defined space without touching others.
I can stay in my own personal space.
I can play a game by the rules/without cheating.
I can use the equipment appropriately.
I can identify the elements of being a good sport.
I can ask for help when needed.
I can raise my hand to ask a question or share an idea.

3-5:
I can use positive comments/encouragement while participating in a cooperative group.
I can work cooperatively in a group and/or game situation.
I can follow the rules/procedures of game/activity play.
I can work cooperatively in a small group to successfully complete the assigned task.
I can explain why rules are fair to all participants.
I can explain why rules allow for a safe game/activity.
I can honestly report the results of my work.
I can identify the skill of compromise to help resolve conflicts
I can accept individual responsibility for expected behavior during an activity and/or game.
I can accept the teacher’s decision regarding game rules/infractions without displaying a negative reaction towards others.
I can demonstrate positive behaviors in winning or losing.
I can compliment others on their participation.
I can assist in setting up/putting away equipment.

6-8:
I can work individually to complete the assigned task.
I can identify and explain a physical activity that allows for self-expression.
I can participate and compete in team activities to achieve a common goal.
I can use the skill of compromise to resolve conflict during games and/or activities.
I can suggest modifications in procedures, rules and/or etiquette to make an activity safer.
I can stay on task without close teacher monitoring.
I can accept constructive feedback in an appropriate manner.
I can explain how I would work with a teammate to improve their skill level.
I can demonstrate supportive behavior toward a teammate and toward an opponent.
I can assist in officiating a game in am impartial manner.

Motor Skills

K-2:
I can participate in Fitnessgram physical fitness testing.
I can participate in the half-mile run.
I can perform curl-ups for 1 minute.
I can perform the flexed arm hang for time.
I can perform the Sit and Reach test.
I can jog for up to 5 minutes without stopping.
I can demonstrate basic gross locomotor skills (run, jump, skip, gallop, hop, bear crawl, crab
I can demonstrate how to perform a jumping jack.
I can demonstrate how to throw underhand.
I can demonstrate how to throw overhand.
I can demonstrate how to kick a soccer ball with the instep of my foot.
I can jump rope for 10 seconds or longer.
I can demonstrate how to dribble a basketball.
I can demonstrate how to pass a basketball.
I can play tag games.
I can tag my classmates in a safe manner.
I can demonstrate basic tumbling skills (balances, jumps, forward/backward/log rolls).

3-5:
I can participate in Fitnessgram physical fitness testing.
I can participate in the mile run.
I can perform curl-ups for 1 minute.
I can perform the flexed arm hang for time.
I can perform the Sit and Reach test.
I can demonstrate how to strike an object with a paddle, racket, stick or bat.
I can demonstrate how to shoot a basketball.
I can demonstrate how to bump and serve volleyball.
I can jump rope for at least 20 seconds,
I can aim for a target in an activity (basketball, soccer, hockey, football).
I can manipulate an object to move it or change directions while still in motion (basketball, soccer, hockey, football).

6-8:
I can participate in Fitnessgram physical fitness testing.
I can participate in the mile run.
I can perform curl-ups for 1 minute.
I can perform the flexed arm hang for time.
I can perform the Sit and Reach test.
I can perform an underhand serve in volleyball.
I can attempt an overhand serve in volleyball.
I can demonstrate the pass, set, spike/hit attempt in a group of three in volleyball.
I can I can demonstrate 3 or more skills while participating in volleyball, soccer, basketball and/or badminton.
I can demonstrate 2 or more strategies while participating in volleyball, soccer, basketball and/or badminton.
I can learn steps to a dance and perform it.
I can teach steps to a dance to my classmates.
I can improve my motor skills through training and conditioning program.

Knowledge

K-2:
I can name and locate major muscle groups.
I can name and locate major bones.
I can locate my heart and count my heartbeats at rest.
I can explain what happens inside my body when my heart beats faster.
I can explain the function of my heart.
I can explain the function of my lungs.
I can explain what healthy food choices are.
I can explain the concept of personal space.

3-5:
I can identify the importance of being physically fit.
I can calculate my resting heart rate.
I can calculate my heart rate after exercise.
I can list the components of health-related fitness.
I can identify the components of skill-related fitness.
I can identify major body functions in relation to exercise.
I can list rules, procedures and proper etiquette for playing in a game/activity.

6-8:
I can explain the rules for volleyball, soccer, basketball and/or badminton and apply them in a game.
I can observe a volleyball, soccer, basketball and/or badminton game and identify the skills that are used.
I can effectively officiate a game of volleyball, badminton, soccer and/or basketball.
I can observe a volleyball, soccer, basketball and/or badminton game and identify what strategies would be best to utilize against an opponent.
I can identify parts of a skill and attempt to correct errors I am making in that skill.
I can assess my fitness level using a nationally normed fitness battery (Fitnessgram).
I can identify personal emotions experienced during an activity.
I can list the social benefits of participation in a group activity.
I can list and explain the 5 components of physical fitness.
I can explain the FITT training principles.
I can calculate my target heart rate.
I can list three activities that can elevate my heart rate into my target zone.