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Content Area

  • Physical Education

Resource Type(s)

  • Lesson Plan

Grade(s)

  • Kindergarten
  • 1st Grade
  • 3rd Grade
  • 4th Grade
  • 5th Grade
  • 6th Grade
  • 7th Grade
  • 8th Grade
  • 9th Grade
  • 10th Grade
  • 11th Grade
  • 12th Grade

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Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • (3)3.1 - Identify the basic concepts/elements of simple expressive movements.
  • ((3)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement: percussive/sustained (sharp/smooth), bound/free (tight/loose).
  • (3)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement: speed, duration.
  • (3)3.5 - Communicate relationships/emotions/themes through movement as a performer; identify and discuss relationships/emotions/themes as an observer.
  • (3)3.6 - Create and perform, with a partner, a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
  • (3)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat at various tempos: individually, with a partner, as a part of a group.
  • (3)3.8 - Use a prop to a steady beat in a stationary position: individually, with a partner, as part of a group.
  • (3)3.10 - Perform organized dances including folk dances from diverse cultural and ethnic origins.
  • (3)3.11 - Utilize a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (3)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement: place, focus, pathway.
  • (K)3.1 - Explore the basic concepts/elements of simple expressive movement skills (i.e., changing speed).
  • (K)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement: shape, size, direction.
  • (K)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement: heavy/light, strong/weak.
  • (K)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement: fast/slow.
  • (K)3.5 - Explore expressive movement as a form of communication.
  • (K)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat.
  • (K)3.11 - Demonstrate a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (1)3.1 - Explore the basic concepts/elements of simple expressive movement skills.
  • (1)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement: shape, size, direction, level.
  • (1)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement: heavy/light, strong/weak.
  • (1)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement: fast/slow.
  • (1)3.5 - Explore expressive movement as a form of communication.
  • (1)3.6 - Create a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
  • (1)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat.
  • (1)3.8 - Use a prop to a steady beat in a stationary position.
  • (1)3.10 - Perform simple rhythmic activities and organized dances.
  • (1)3.11 - Develop a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (2)3.1 - Identify the basic concepts/elements of simple expressive movement skills.
  • (2)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement: place, focus, pathway.
  • (2)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement: sharp/smooth, tight/loose.
  • (2)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement: speed, duration.
  • (2)3.5 - Communicate relationships/emotions/themes through movement.
  • (2)3.6 - Create and perform a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
  • (2)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat.
  • (2)3.8 - Use a prop to a steady beat in a stationary position.
  • (2)3.10 - Perform simple rhythmic activities/organized dances.
  • (2)3.11 - Develop a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (4)3.1 - Identify and apply intermediate concepts/elements of expressive movement skills.
  • (4)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement in relation to a group (e.g., copy, lead, follow, mirror).
  • (4)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement with a group (e.g., percussive/sustained).
  • (4)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement with a group.
  • (4)3.5 - Identify and/or interpret relationships/emotions/themes expressed through movement.
  • (4)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat, including changes in tempo.
  • (4)3.8 - Move through space using a prop to a steady beat.
  • (4)3.9 - Create movement sequences to a steady beat.
  • (4)3.10 - Perform organized dances including folk dances from diverse cultural and ethnic origins, identifying the cultural and historical context.
  • (4)3.11 - Utilize a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (5)3.1 - Identify and apply intermediate concepts/ elements of expressive movement skills.
  • (5)3.2 - Explore space as an element of movement in relation to a group (e.g., echo, canon).
  • (5)3.3 - Explore force as an element of movement with a group (e.g., percussive/sustained).
  • (5)3.4 - Explore time as an element of movement with a group.
  • (5)3.5 - Identify and interpret relationships/emotions/themes expressed through more complex movement.
  • (5)3.7 - Perform various movement patterns to a steady beat including changes in tempo.
  • (5)3.8 - Move through space using a prop to a steady beat.
  • (5)3.9 - Create movement sequences to a steady beat.
  • (5)3.10 - Perform organized dances including folk dances from diverse cultural and ethnic origins, identifying the cultural and historical contexts.
  • (5)3.11 - Utilize a language vocabulary for expressive movement.
  • (4)3.6.a - Create and perform movement sequences, with a beginning, middle, and end, with a group: demonstrate shapes, levels, and pathways.
  • (4)3.6.b - Create and perform movement sequences, with a beginning, middle, and end, with a group: perform with and without rhythmic accompaniment.
  • (4)3.6.c - Create and perform movement sequences, with a beginning, middle, and end, with a group: vary the sequence with changes in time, space, and/or qualities of movement.
  • (4)3.6.d - Create and perform movement sequences, with a beginning, middle, and end, with a group: express an idea or concept.
  • (5)3.6.a - Create and perform movement sequences with a beginning, middle, and end with a group: demonstrate shapes, levels, and pathways.
  • (5)3.6.b - Create and perform movement sequences with a beginning, middle, and end with a group: perform with and without rhythmic accompaniment.
  • (5)3.6.c - Create and perform movement sequences with a beginning, middle, and end with a group: vary the sequence with changes in time, space, and/or qualities of movement.
  • (5)3.6.d - Create and perform movement sequences with a beginning, middle, and end with a group: express an idea or concept.
  • No Standards/Course Objectives Identified

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