Wellness is pervasive throughout the curriculum as indicated by the following abridged list of objectives.
PSYCHOMOTOR OBJECTIVES The student will demonstrate proficiency or show improvement in:
*gaining muscular endurance, strength, cardiorespiratory, flexibility, agility, power, coordination, speed and balance.
*acquisition of throwing, catching, kicking, striking, rolling, dribbling, shooting, passing and rebounding skills.
*finding his/her heart rate.
*finding his/her target heart zone.
*taking a resting and active heart rate.
AFFECTIVE OBJECTIVES - The student will develop an appreciation of:
*personal living skills of respect for others, leadership, followership, risk taking & initiative.
*the concept of team work and cooperation.
*the emotional and physical well being necessary to participate in any sport, game, or activity.
*fitness as a part of one's lifestyle.
*individual skills of self and others.
COGNITIVE OBJECTIVES - The student will be able to:
*demonstrate an understanding of safe participation in fitness activities.
*understand the components of fitness (muscular endurance, strength, cardiorespiratory and flexibility).
*determine fitness related activities that are available.
*identify basic anatomical, biomechanical and physiological principles involved in fitness, sport and physical activity
*demonstrate a knowledge of terminology, position, play situations and game strategies.