End Of Unit Assessment : Assessment

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End of unit Assessment
Last, the students will be given a post unit multiple choice & short answer assessment. This assessment will start with knowledge questions where the students answer basic questions pertaining to definitions of key elements used in the unit. Then slowly progress throughout the assessment to Synthesis level questions. These synthesis questions contain charts where the students would create offensive or defensive plays to counter the opposing team. The questions will be appropriate toward the age and grade of the students (Kubiszyn, & Borich, 2013, p.117).
The information gained from this end of unit assessment will give the student and teacher information pertaining to what they learned throughout the unit. The
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These students need to be taught the proper health & fitness techniques, which will assist them in continuing a healthy & active lifestyle. They also need to learn the “proper way to plan,” and how to evaluate themselves in achieving their health and fitness goals.
With this new philosophy, the curriculum needs improvements to align with the new goals. These new concepts need to be fully implemented in order to achieve success. The physical education name has been tarnished over the years, and needs to incorporate a new standard for the department. The focus of the new curriculum will include: “cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and related concepts” (HCPS, Revised 9/13/16). These will be incorporated into the various sports; invasion, net & wall, striking, and target sports. Examples of these types include, but are not limited to: invasion; soccer, basketball, flag football, ultimate Frisbee, street hockey. Net & wall; volleyball, tennis, badminton. Striking; baseball, softball, kickball. Target; golfing, bow & arrow, and bowling. The approach the teachers will use for incorporating is the tactical games approach, and the way the students will be evaluated is performance based assessments.
In the Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance article entitled “Is it time to rebrand physical education?” it states that with
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