Integrating practical activities into your PASS programs
- PASS programs should have a strong focus on movement (including transferring movement skills; building social skills)
- Movement experiences should come from broad range of activities and offer experiences students may pursue beyond school
- Schools should look to provide experiences and challenges beyond those offered through the mandatory PDHPE Years K–10 course
- Movement experiences should be relevant and stimulating for students, and that can be supported by school and community resources.
- Some students with special education needs may require adjustments, including the use of adaptive equipment and/or additional support in order to engage in physical activity and sport movement applications.
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List relevant and stimulating movement experiences that could be used to address PASS syllabus content through movement-based activities.
Identify syllabus content you could address through the movement activities and explain how the movement activity aligns with syllabus outcome/content.
The following document includes a list of movement ideas generated through previous PASS programming workshops.
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