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Updated SLO Study Guide for 7th Grade

SLO Study Guide

  • During invasion games, short passes are typically more effective verses long passes due to the high chance of the opposing team intercepting the ball
  • Zone defense: A defense in which the players defend a certain area of the court or field
  • Person to Person Defense: A type of defense where each person playing defense guards a certain person.
    • During an invasion game, if there are more people playing offense verse defense, use a zone defense.
  • Predicting the open person in a game requires communication
  • In order to be successful at a team sport communication is very important
  • When kicking a ball, aim and follow through to your target
  • When learning a new sport, it is important to understand the basic rules and strategies of the game.
  • The proper foot/hand sequence for an overhand throw is:
    • Step with your non-dominant foot
    • Throw with your dominant hand
    • Follow-through to your target
  • Athletic Stance includes:
    • Feet shoulder-width apart
    • Knees bent
    • Standing on your toes
    • Hands in a ready position: out in front
  • When playing in a team sport, always use good sportsmanship and appropriate problem solving skills. For example: If there is a discrepancy in a game either re-play the point or ask the teacher
  • Physical Fitness: The ability of the whole body to work together to the highest possible level
  • The correct order of hits in a volleyball game are: BUMP,SET,SPIKE
  • During a volleyball game, teams can only hit the ball 3 times before the ball has to go over the net. For example, if a team uses 4 hits to get the ball over the net, then the other team is awarded the point.
  • A force play in wiffle ball is when the runners are “forced” (or must advance) to run to the next base because there is another runner behind them. There is ALWAYS a force play at 1st
  • Consequence of a sedentary lifestyle (a life style where a person does not exercise and sits for the majority of the day) include: Obesity, heart disease, diabetes, Osteoporosis and cancer.
  • FITT Principle stands for : Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type
    • Frequency: How often you exercise ( example: 3 times a week)
    • Intensity: How much energy you exert during the exercises and/ or the percentage of your target rate that you work in. (example: running at 70% of your maximum heart rate)
    • Time: How long you will exercise ( example: 30 minutes)
    • Type: Which exercise will you perform (example: running, lifting weights, swimming, biking, weight resistance)
  • ** Use the FITT principle when designing an exercise plan: to improve speed or muscular strength, you should increase intensity
  • Activities that will help improve cardiovascular endurance include: running, biking, swimming, hiking
  • BMI: Stands for Body Mass Index
  • Static stretching: A type of stretching the that does not involve movement (example: reaching for your toes) ** Static stretching can help decrease chances of injury
  • Target Heart Rate: The minimum number of heartbeats in a given amount of time in order to reach the level of exertion necessary for cardiovascular fitness, specific to a person’s age, gender, or physical fitness.
    • 220-age
    • Work in 65%-85% of maximum heart rate to achieve a specific level of physical fitness

 

Key Target Zones
60-70% of maximum heart rate (Zone 1) weight loss, building endurance
70-80% of maximum heart rate (Zone 2) weight management, improving cardio fitness
80%+ of maximum heart rate (Zone 3) interval workouts

 

SLO study guide for 7th Grade

SLO Study Guide

  • During invasion games, short passes are typically more effective verses long passes due to the high chance of the opposing team intercepting the ball
  • Zone defense: A defense in which the players defend a certain area of the court or field
  • Person to Person Defense: A type of defense where each person playing defense guards a certain person.
    • During an invasion game, if there are more people playing offense verse defense, use a zone defense.
  • Predicting the open person in a game requires communication
  • In order to be successful at a team sport communication is very important
  • When kicking a ball, aim and follow through to your target
  • When learning a new sport, it is important to understand the basic rules and strategies of the game.
  • The proper foot/hand sequence for an overhand throw is:
    • Step with your non-dominant hand
    • Throw with your dominant hand
    • Follow-through to your target
  • Athletic Stance includes:
    • Feet should-width apart
    • Knees bent
    • Standing on your toes
    • Hands in a ready position: out in front
  • When playing in a team sport, always use good sportsmanship and appropriate problem solving skills. For example: If there is a discrepancy in a game either re-play the point or ask the teacher
  • Physical Fitness: The ability of the whole body to work together to the highest possible level
  • The correct order of hits in a volleyball game are: BUMP,SET,SPIKE
  • During a volleyball game, teams can only hit the ball 3 times before the ball has to go over the net. For example, if a team uses 4 hits to get the ball over the net, then the other team is awarded the point.
  • A force play in wiffle ball is when the runners are “forced” (or must advance) to run to the next base because there is another runner behind them. There is ALWAYS a force play at 1st
  • Consequence of a sedentary lifestyle (a life style where a person does not exercise and sits for the majority of the day) include: Obesity, heart disease, diabetes, Osteoporosis and cancer.
  • FITT Principle stands for : Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type
    • Frequency: How often you exercise ( example: 3 times a week)
    • Intensity: How much energy you exert during the exercises and/ or the percentage of your target rate that you work in. (example: running at 70% of your target heart rate)
    • Time: How long you will exercise ( example: 30 minutes)
    • Type: Which exercise will you perform (example: running, lifting weights, swimming, biking, weight resistance)
  • ** Use the FITT principle when designing an exercise plan: to improve speed or muscular strength, you should increase intensity
  • Activities that will help improve cardiovascular endurance include: running, biking, swimming, hiking
  • BMI: Stands for Body Mass Index
  • Static stretching: A type of stretching the that does not involve movement (example: reaching for your toes) ** Static stretching can help decrease chances of injury
  • Target Heart Rate: The minimum number of heartbeats in a given amount of time in order to reach the level of exertion necessary for cardiovascular fitness, specific to a person’s age, gender, or physical fitness.
    • 220-age
    • Work in 65%-85% of target heart rate to achieve a specific level of physical fitness

 

Key Target Zones
60-70% of maximum heart rate (Zone 1) weight loss, building endurance
70-80% of maximum heart rate (Zone 2) weight management, improving cardio fitness
80%+ of maximum heart rate (Zone 3) interval workouts