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What do your students need to learn?

Gathering and analysing a range of information about the learning needs of your students in relation to physical activity will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to develop in their class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the physical activity learning experiences in this book are listed below. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with your students and to provide them with feedback about their progress. The focus learning outcomes for each key concept are identified in bold print, and assessment opportunities have been identified for them.

Developing Movement Skills for Competence and Well-being.

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

  • practise movement skills and, in a group, demonstrate their ability to link them in an expressive dance routine;
2 B 1
  • play minor games, using modified equipment to extend their throwing and catching skills;
2 B 3
  • develop jumping sequences and trial a range of variations that help them extend their basic jumping movements;
3 B 1
  • demonstrate, to a partner, a springing or landing skill that they had previously found challenging and say how confident they now feel about doing it;
3 B 2
  • devise a fitness programme for themselves and describe how their body responds to regular fitness activities;
3 B 3
  • participate in a variety of skipping activities and describe how the body responds to vigorous exercise;
3 B 3
  • participate in a school jump-off to promote physical activity and describe how this event enhances the well-being of the school community.
3 D 2

Developing Personal and Social Skills.

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

  • apply rules in minor games and demonstrate safe and fair play practices during their participation;
2 B 4
  • demonstrate ways of maintaining and enhancing relationships within groups when solving problems in a dance sequence;
2 C 1
  • identify the pressures that can influence interactions with other people during physical activity and develop strategies to manage these.
3 C 3

Developing an Understanding of Their Own and Others’ Values, Attitudes, Behaviours, and Actions through Enjoyable Physical Activity.

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

  • identify personal strengths that contribute to a sense of self-worth during gymnastic activities;
2 A 4
  • participate in minor games and express the enjoyment that this can bring to them and other students;
2 B 2
  • examine how people’s attitudes, values, and actions during te reo kori activities contribute to a healthy social environment;
2 D 1
  • participate in competitive athletics activities and describe how competition can affect motivation.
3 B 4

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