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Health and physical education / Year 5 and 6 / Movement and Physical Activity / Learning through movement

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Curriculum content descriptions

Participate positively in groups and teams by encouraging others and negotiating roles and responsibilities (ACPMP067)

Elaborations
  • understanding the contribution of different roles and responsibilities in physical activities that promote enjoyment, safety and positive outcomes for participants
  • demonstrating negotiation skills when dealing with conflicts or disagreements in movement situations
  • using reflective listening when working in small groups on movement tasks or challenges
  • exploring and performing the duties and responsibilities of different roles for a range of physical activities
General capabilities
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
ScOT terms

Cooperation,  Group dynamics,  Physical activity

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