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Physical Education - Semester - 2

Physical Education - Semester - 2

Recommended Grade Level: 9 - 12

Course Credits: 0.5

Course Price: $285.00

Course Details:

Physical activity is important for a number of different reasons. It is important for burning calories, for the function of the lymphatic system, and a great many others. It also helps boost mental health. This course helps you refine your understanding and knowledge of several activities. You learn advanced skills in game play and learn how to truly master a sport. The course helps you plan your participation in community events – which will also help you strengthen your social network. You will understand the importance of pursuing physical activities throughout your lifetime.

Note: This course is not designed for ELL (English Language Learners) students. ELL students may enroll in this course ONLY if they have adequate mentor support at their home school and are able to fulfill all course requirements.


SECTION 1: Motor Skills & Movement Patterns

  • Games & Sports
  • Individual Performance
  • Outdoor Pursuits

SECTION 2: Movement & Performance

  • Strategies & Tactics
  • Movement Performance
  • Movement Concept
  • Training Principles & Knowledge

SECTION 3: Physical Activity & Fitness

  • Benefits of Physical Activity
  • Physical Activity in the Community
  • Physical Activity for a Lifetime
  • Engagement in Physical Activity
  • Health-related Fitness
  • Training principles
  • Engagement in Fitness Activities
  • Individual Plan

SECTION 4: Personal & Social Behavior

  • Personal Responsibility & Rules & Etiquette
  • Working with Others
  • Safety

SECTION 5: Value of Physical Activity

  • Challenges
  • Self-Expression & Enjoyment
  • Social Interactions

Accreditation & Approvals

Cognia Advanced
International Association for K-12 Online Learning
National col-2dot4legiate Athletic Association
Northwest Accreditation Commission Board
Washington OSPI
University of California
Department of Education - Idaho
Arkansas Department of Education
minority women