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PHYSICAL EDUCATION K-12 CURRICULUM. Joey Calios Athletically-powered Teacher Mangghan Elementary School. Move to Learn a nd Learn to Move. MOVE TO LEARN, LEARN TO MOVE. Administrative Support. Instructional Support. Integrated. Movement. Body Management. Movement Skills.

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  1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION K-12 CURRICULUM Joey Calios Athletically-powered Teacher Mangghan Elementary School

  2. Move to Learn and Learn to Move

  3. MOVE TO LEARN, LEARN TO MOVE Administrative Support Instructional Support Integrated Movement Body Management Movement Skills Lifelong Fitness Physical Fitness Rhythms and Dance Games and Sports Home and Community Support Public and Private Partnership Approach THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  4. Article XIV Sec. 19 Philippine Constitution

  5. The state shall promote physical education and encourage sports program, league competitions, and amateur sports, including training for international competitions, to foster self-discipline, teamwork, and excellence for the development of a healthy and alert citizenry. All educational institutions shall undertake regular sports activities throughout the country in cooperation with athletic clubs and other sectors.

  6. fitness, health and wellness through participative and active body

  7. New in teaching PE? • Teaching Guide • Activity Sheets • Definition of Terms • Be physically active • PE is not high-maintenance • PE in grade 1 is less technical • Kids are naturally athletic

  8. 5 Strands of Learning in PE Body Management Movement Skills Games and Sports Rhythms and Dances Physical Fitness

  9. Content of Physical Education Body Management Body Awareness Space Awareness Movement Qualities Movement Relationships

  10. Content of Physical Education • Movement Skills • Locomotor • Non-locomotor

  11. Content of Physical Education Games and Sports Lead-up Games Indigenous Games Traditional Games Competitive Sports

  12. Content of Physical Education Rhythms and Dance Folk Dance IndigenousDance Social Dance Other Dance Forms

  13. Content of Physical Education Physical Fitness Fitness Testing Exercises Related Activities Promoting Fitness

  14. Sequence of Activities

  15. Learning Competencies • 1st Quarter • Identify and describe parts of the body • Create shapes by using non-locomotor movement • Balance on one, two, three, four and five body • parts • Transfer weight of body parts • Perform movement while singing • Imitate mechanical, animal and nature movement • Enjoy his/her participation in different challenging • activities

  16. Identify and describe parts of the body Game Bukol Bukul-bukol Mabukol Palakol

  17. Imitate animal movements Boom Tiyaya Boom Ye Ye Angmgamanok 3x, masasaya Pagtumutuka 3x, masisigla Boom tiyaya boom ye ye 2x ibon – lumilipad isda – lumalangoy palaka - tumatalon unggoy - naglalaro

  18. Learning Competencies • 2nd Quarter • Move within a large group without bumping into others or • falling while using locomotor skills • Travel in straight, curved and zigzag pathways: high, medium • and low levels • Execute the locomotor skills of walk, run, hop, jump and • leap • Create movement while singing • Recognize terms for moving in relation to others (lead, • follow, chase, flee and dodge) • Demonstrate acceptable responses to challenges, successes, • and failure during participation in physical activities

  19. Use locomotor and non-locomotor movements Action Song Lakad Atras Padyak Talon

  20. Create movements while singing Group Activity: Sing and Move “Katakataka”

  21. Katakataka KatakatakangmahibangangkatuladkosaiyoBiru-biro angsimulaangwakaspala ay ano Aayaw-ayaw pa akongunityan ay ditotoo Dahilsaiyopusokongito’ybinihag mo Ala-ala ka maginggabi’taraw Alipininmo’ywalangkailangan Marinigkolangsalabi mo hirang Na ako’yiibiginlagihabangbuhay

  22. Learning Competencies • 3rd Quarter • Demonstrate contrast between slow and fast speeds • while using locomotor skills • Demonstrate the difference between heavy and light • while moving • Demonstrate the difference between free and bound • Participate in simple games with a partner and objects • or equipment • Demonstrate the characteristics of sharing and • cooperation in physical activities

  23. Demonstrate slow and fast movements Dance “DJ Got Us Falling In Love” Sway hands sideways Scoop and snap Wave hands up and down Throw hands double up and down Stop – Grind Point toe forward side then stomp

  24. Learning Competencies • 4th Quarter • Demonstrate the relationship of under, over, behind, • next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, • backward and in front of by using the body and an • object • Jump over a stationary object several times in • succession, using forward-and-back and side-to-side • movement patterns • Invent task-oriented singing games • Participate in simple group games • Enjoy one’s participation in physical activities that are • challenging

  25. Chant Let’s take a walk It’s a long long walk Let’s stop! There’s a tree It’s a tall tall tree You can go over it You can go under it Let’s climb it! Climb 5x

  26. APPROACHES in Teaching Physical Education Movement Model Activity Curriculum Model Motor Skills Model Adventure Model Fitness Model

  27. Teaching Strategies Effective Teaching is the result of carefully planned and organized learning experiences and the teacher ability to deliver the lesson successfully. Planning Characteristics Planned and organized learning experience Past experiences of children Logical sequencing units of instruction Readiness to Learn Teaching style to meet the Objectives of the Lesson Daily Lesson Planning Meaningful Activity Teaching Materials Efficient use of time Maximum learning opportunities

  28. Suggested Format of a PE Lesson Plan Objective Subject Matter Learning Activities A. Calisthenics/Warm Up B. Motivation C. Presentation/Discussion of Concepts D. Modeling (instructions, demonstration, repetition) E. Physical Exercise/Performance F. Generalization/Connections IV. Ender (game, mimetic, action song, dance, movements)

  29. Assessment / Evaluation Formative Evaluation Evaluating Students Progress Summative Evaluation End instructional activity or achievement in comparison to standards

  30. Other Forms of Test/ Evaluation Physical Fitness Test Knowledge and Understanding Tests on Concepts Teacher Observations Interview Sociogram

  31. Output Physically Fit Citizens

  32. Salamatpo!

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