Adventure & Outdoor Activities
Students demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in two or more adventure/outdoor activities. They apply previously learned movement concepts and principles to learning and developing of motor skills required for successful participation in adventure/outdoor activities. They should be able to identify and apply the principles of biomechanics necessary for the safe and successful performance of these activities, and they should be able to list the safety equipment required for participation. Students participate in these activities that improve health-related physical fitness, analyze the effects of the activities on one’s self and adjusting as needed while working towards personal fitness goals. Students also consider personal responsibility, social interaction, and group dynamics while participating in these activities.