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Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Standards Learning Progressions

2.2 Integrated Skills All students will develop and use personal and interpersonal skills to support a healthy, active lifestyle.
C. Character Development:
By the end of Grade 2 By the end of Grade 4 By the end of Grade 6 By the end of Grade 8 By the end of Grade 12
Content: Character traits are often evident in behaviors exhibited by individuals when interacting with others.

2.2.2.C.1 Explain the meaning of character and how it is reflected in the thoughts, feelings, and actions of oneself and others.
Content: Personal core ethical values impact the health of oneself and others.

2.2.4.C.1 Determine how an individual’s character develops over time and impacts personal health.
Content: Personal core ethical values impact the behavior of oneself and others.

2.2.6.C.1 Explain how character and core ethical values can be useful in addressing challenging situations.
Content: Working together toward common goals with individuals of different abilities and from different backgrounds develops and reinforces core ethical values.

2.2.8.C.1 Analyze strategies to enhance character development in individual, group, and team activities.
Content: Individual and/or group pressure to be successful in competitive activities can result in a positive or negative impact.

2.2.12.C.1 Analyze the impact of competition on personal character development.
Content: Character traits are often evident in behaviors exhibited by individuals when interacting with others.

2.2.2.C.2 Identify types of disabilities and demonstrate appropriate behavior when interacting with people with disabilities.
Content: Character building is influenced by many factors both positive and negative, such as acceptance, discrimination, bullying, abuse, sportsmanship, support, disrespect, and violence.

2.2.4.C.2 Explain why core ethical values (such as respect, empathy, civic mindedness, and good citizenship) are important in the local and world community.
Content: Character building is influenced by many factors both positive and negative, such as acceptance, discrimination, bullying, abuse, sportsmanship, support, disrespect, and violence.

2.2.6.C.2 Predict situations that may challenge an individual’s core ethical values.
Content: Working together toward common goals with individuals of different abilities and from different backgrounds develops and reinforces core ethical values.

2.2.8.C.2 Analyze to what extent various cultures have responded effectively to individuals with disabilities.
Content: Core ethical values impact behaviors that influence the health and safety of people everywhere.

2.2.12.C.2 Judge how individual or group adherence, or lack of adherence, to core ethical values impacts the local, state, national, and worldwide community.
Content: Character building is influenced by many factors both positive and negative, such as acceptance, discrimination, bullying, abuse, sportsmanship, support, disrespect, and violence.

2.2.4.C.3 Determine how attitudes and assumptions toward individuals with disabilities may negatively or positively impact them.
Content: Character building is influenced by many factors both positive and negative, such as acceptance, discrimination, bullying, abuse, sportsmanship, support, disrespect, and violence.

2.2.6.C.3 Develop ways to proactively include peers with disabilities at home, at school, and in community activities.
Content: Rules, regulations, and policies regarding behavior provide a common framework that supports a safe, welcoming environment.

2.2.8.C.3 Hypothesize reasons for personal and group adherence, or lack of adherence, to codes of conduct at home, locally, and in the worldwide community.
Content: Core ethical values impact behaviors that influence the health and safety of people everywhere.

2.2.12.C.3 Analyze current issues facing the disability community and make recommendations to address those issues.