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Students will understand the role of the arts in civilizations, past and present. Students will be able to: • explain how works of art relate to the environment in which they are performed or displayed • react to and evaluate performances and artworks in a respectful, constructive, supportive, and knowledgeable manner • describe how the arts can inform viewers about people and events, both present and past Grade Five Physical Education Learning Standards

Physical development programs offer students the opportunity to enhance the capacity of their minds and bodies. Healthy minds and bodies contribute to academic success. Students will develop movement skills related to physical activity. Students will be able to: • develop control when performing combinations and sequences of locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative motor patterns • apply knowledge of movement concepts during physical activity • identify proper warm-up and cool-down techniques and reasons for using them • identify and apply rules and safety procedures while engaging in physical activities • demonstrate offensive, defensive, and cooperative strategies in selected activities and games Students will achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness. Students will be able to: • explain the physiological indicators that accompany moderate to vigorous physical activity • engage in the training principles of frequency, intensity, time, and type • demonstrate and record the proper method of measuring heart rate before, during, and after physical activities of varied intensity levels • select one component of physical fitness and set a realistic goal for improvement • demonstrate the relationship between movement and health-related fitness components Students will develop team-building skills. Students will be able to: • display the traits of sportsmanship and fair play while engaged in individual and team activities • demonstrate knowledge of rules, safe practices, and class procedures during group activities • engage in assigned physical activity with a partner, small group, or team • demonstrate cooperative skills during structured group physical activity

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Grade Five Program of Studies

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CJDS Grade Five Program of Studies  

The theme of Grade Five is Marking Distinction, Havdalah. The Torah teaches that God created the world by making distinctions- first between...

CJDS Grade Five Program of Studies  

The theme of Grade Five is Marking Distinction, Havdalah. The Torah teaches that God created the world by making distinctions- first between...