C367 Elementary Physical Education and Health Methods
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Develop a basic action plan that guides families and community members to safety during a tornado.
The teacher wants to involve family and community members in the development of tornado-safety emergency procedures.
How can the teacher meet this goal?
Send the student to the school nurse and inform the parents of the symptoms that were observed
A student reports stomach pain and feels like he is going to vomit. The teacher noticed he ate three brownies for lunch.
How should the teacher respond to this incident?
They should make sure that someone who is trained in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is always present in the school.
A school would like to provide assistance to students faced with any type of medical emergency while at school. They are especially reconsidering their policies for handling life-threatening situations.
Which policy should they put in place to handle these situations?
Provide each student a boy and girl doll with a variety of clothing and then roll a "seasons" dice and dress the dolls in clothes that fit the season rolled
Which age-appropriate strategy would help a first-grade teacher help the students understand how to dress more appropriately for the weather?
Students should report cyber‐bullying to an adult.
A fifth-grade teacher notices that bullying behavior is occurring in the classroom. The teacher wants to design a policy that will help eliminate the bullying behavior.
Which policy would be appropriate?
Caffeine can affect a person's ability to sleep.
Which information should be included in an elementary health lesson about caffeine?
More nutritional choices in lunch programs
Which service is provided by the Hunger-Free Kids Act?
Provide information without being judgmental
What is an appropriate strategy to help kindergartners make healthy food choices?
Set up a pretend store, give each student ten dollars to buy food for one meal, and have them check the nutritional content of what they bought
A teacher would like to encourage the class to make good nutritional choices when given no adult guidance.
Which instructional strategy is appropriate to meet this goal?
1. Decrease in absences
2. Fewer incidents of tardiness
A teacher notices that most students are not eating breakfast. The teacher stresses the importance of eating a nutritious breakfast every day and provides an incentive for students to eat breakfast each morning.
What are two potential benefits of more students eating breakfast?
Choose 2 answers
It allows students to improve health through active movement.
Why is it important to incorporate movement and physical activity into the elementary classroom?
Require each team to call fouls and penalties and use the teacher as an arbitrator if agreement cannot be reached
A group of third-graders are playing soccer. The ball accidentally hits a player's hand and the students begin to argue whether it is a violation or not.
Which strategy can the teacher use to help the students learn to resolve disagreements during activities?
Use hands to catch ball and then bring to the body
A teacher is working with fifth graders on football skills. As the teacher watches a student, the teacher notices that the student is using the student's own body to stop the ball before catching it.
Which mature skill can the student use to become better at catching the ball?
Have students play math games using their bodies to make the number shapes
A physical education teacher wants to plan games that help her second-grade students feel physically challenged.
Which strategy would help these students value the activity because it physically challenges them?
Walk on a low balance beam
A physical education teacher wants to begin a gymnastic unit with third-graders to promote balance and flexibility. Included in the class is a student with muscular dystrophy, who is mobile.
Which activity would allow this student to safely and fully participate in the learning activity?
Classroom and physical education teachers select a theme for a grade level and all present lessons in their subject area related to the common theme.
What is an example of the collaboration model of academic integration?
Include an activity where students position their bodies in the shape of the letter the teacher calls out
The school district wants to teach reading with active strategies. Kindergarten students are currently working on non-locomotor movements.
How can the teacher accomplish this goal?
Teach students the procedures for using each piece of equipment
A physical education teacher plans a unit where students will use large pieces of equipment in a series of stations. The teacher will divide the class into small groups. The teacher wants to promote active learning and safety during this activity.
Which activity will help the teacher achieve this objective?
Students engaged in physical education do equally well or better in academic performance.
Which statement is true about the effect of physical education on academic performance?
Use a wide variety of skills in minimally organized game settings
The new elementary physical education teacher wants to follow the guidelines of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) for establishing a quality physical education program.
Which recommendation is appropriate?