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Health and physical education / Year 9 and 10 / Movement and Physical Activity / Learning through movement

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Curriculum content descriptions

Transfer understanding from previous movement experiences to create solutions to movement challenges (ACPMP106)

Elaborations
  • drawing parallels between successful movement strategies in one sporting situation and how similar strategies could be used effectively in a different sport
  • speculating on possible outcomes of innovative solutions to movement challenges based on past experiences
  • reflecting on successful movement solutions and proposing how they can be transferred to new movement challenges
  • demonstrating motivation, persistence, confidence and commitment when faced with difficult or unfamiliar movement tasks
General capabilities
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Innovation,  Resilience,  Fundamental movement skills

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