Health and Physical Education
A. Physical Education Literacy: 2. The student applies concepts and principles of human movement to the development of motor skills and the learning of new skills.: 6-8: The student...
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knows the various ways in which the body can generate force and the mechanical principles involved (e.g., range of motion and speed that the arm or leg travels).
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knows how to apply mature patterns of locomotor, nonlocomotor, body-management throwing, catching, and striking skills while participating in modified versions of team and individual sports.
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describes the principles of training and conditioning for specific physical activities.
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knows how to design and refine a routine by combining various movements to music.
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knows how to develop game strategies for offensive and defensive play (e.g., the strategies necessary to attack an attended and unattended goal).