NEW JERSEY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - SUMMER 1999

C U R R I C U L U M
F R A M E W O R K

NEW JERSEY
COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK


CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN
Governor


DAVID C. HESPE
Commissioner of Education


ELLEN M. SCHECHTER
Assistant Commissioner
Division of Academic and Career Standards


JAY DOOLAN
Director
Office of Standards and Professional Development


LINDA L. MORSE
Coordinator, Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
Office of Standards and Professional Development

Summer 1999
PTM #1500.85


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

introduction.pdf
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Cover

Table of Contents

Preface

Vision: Wellness is the Art of Living

Acknowledgements

Introduction to the New Jersey Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Curriculum Framework Initiative

chapter1-7.pdf
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Chapter 1: RATIONALE FOR THE STUDY OF COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Historical Background
Benefits of Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
Coordinated School Health Programs

Chapter 2: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

Existing Program Models
Interdisciplinary or Thematic Instruction
Key Elements of Effective Programs

Chapter 3: LINKING THE STANDARDS AND FRAMEWORK TO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

Understanding the Language of Standards
The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and Indicators for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Renewal
The Curriculum Development Team:  The Role of Health Educators and Physical Education Specialists
Dealing with Sensitive Issues

Chapter 4:LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR

Learning and the Human Brain
What are Multiple Intelligences?
Movement and Learning
Changing Health Behavior

Chapter 5: RETHINKING ASSESSMENT

State Assessment
Classroom Assessment PRactices
Assessment Strategies

Chapter 6: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The New Jersey Professional Development Initiative
Professional Development:  A New Paradigm
Essential Elements of Effective Staff Development
Improving Teacher Performance in the HEalth and Physical Education Classroom

Chapter 7: PREPARING FOR THE WORLD OF WORK

The New Jersey Cross Content Workplace Readiness Standards
Putting It All Together:  An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Cross Content Workplace Readiness Standards

chapter8a.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Chapter Overview:  How to Use This Chapter

Standard 2.1 - Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Introduction:  Wellness as a Way of Life
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter8b.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Standard 2.2 - Personal, Interpersonal and Life Skills

Introduction:  Skills for Life
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter8c.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Standard 2.3 - Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

Introduction:  Knowledge:  A Key Element of Prevention
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter8d.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Standard 2.4 - Human Sexuality and Family Life

Introduction:  Developing a Positive View of Sexuality and Family Life
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter8e.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Standard 2.5 - Movement

Introduction:  Developing Movement Potential
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter8f.pdf
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Chapter 8: SAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Standard 2.6 - Fitness

Introduction:  Fostering Lifetime Fitness
K-4 Activities
5-8 Activities
9-12 Activities

chapter9-10.pdf
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Chapter 9: INSTRUCTIONAL ADAPTATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DIVERSE NEEDS

Part One: Adaptations for Students with Disabilities

Introduction
Categories of Adaptations
Descriptions of Adaptations
Sample Adaptations

Part Two:  Adaptations for Limited English Proficient Students

Who are Limited English Proficient Students?
Rationale and Purpose of Instruction
General Principles
Supporting Content and Language Acquisition
Frequently Asked Questions About ESL Instruction
Sample Adaptations

Part Three:  Adaptations for Exceptionally Able Students

Introduction
Strategies for the Exceptionally Able Learner
Implications for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education

Chapter 10:TECHNOLOGY

Technology:  More Than Computers

appendixa.pdf
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Appendix A: INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

Health Education and Physical Education Instructional Materials and Teacher Resources
Health Education and Physical Education Web Sites
National and State Agencies and Organizations

appendixb.pdf
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Appendix B: VISUAL TOOLS TO ENHANCE LEARNING

appendixc.pdf
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Appendix C: SAMPLE ASSESSMENT PRACTICES
appendixd.pdf
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Appendix D: THE NATIONAL STANDARDS
appendixe.pdf
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Appendix E: CROSS CONTENT WORKPLACE READINESS STANDARDS
glossary.pdf
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GLOSSARY
references.pdf
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