PE 4-3

TeacherWilliam Heller
Subject AreaPhysical Education
Grade Level6-8
Week #quarter 4, week 3
Unit of InstructionPersonal fitness program design
Standard(s) Taught

PE.6.C.2.5

Describe the training principles of overload, progression and specificity.

PE.6.C.2.10

Recognize the difference between fact and fallacy as it relates to consumer physical fitness products and programs.

PE.6.L.4.3

Use available technology to assess, design and evaluate a personal physical-activity plan.

PE.6.L.4.2

Develop goals and strategies for a personal physical fitness program.

PE.6.L.4.1

Create, implement and assess a personal fitness program in collaboration with a teacher.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Students will be able to recognize, identify and explain roles for several major and minor muscle groups in the upper and lower body

Students will understand and be able to discuss overload, progression and specificity

Students will be able to identify false information on fitness programs

Students will be able to create their own personal fitness program that emphasizes muscular balance

Classroom Activities

Notes on major and minor skeletal muscle groups

Discussion and demonstrations on muscle functions

Reading of sample programs to compare

Assignments Due

Weekly participation grade

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