K-12 Curriculum Model

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Terry as cited by Cabanlet (2008) stated that is “performance is a translated athletic potential”. The translated athletic potential to performance depends on the smooth interaction of the three factors namely the coach, athlete and situation. It also stated that “smooth inter- action of the three… bridges the gap between potential and performance as illustrated above coaching facilities/ equipment, training programs are some factors that could affect the athlete’s performance.
Everyone must have full opportunities, in accordance with his national tradition of sports, for practicing Physical Education and sports, developing his physical fitness and attaining level of achievement in sports which corresponds to his talents. Thus, the practice
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K-12 Curriculum Model
The above model shows that one of the tracks of the new curriculum focuses on sports development. Therefore, the SPS program of the Department of Education will be given much attention. As stated by DepEd Assistant Secretary Umali, DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro wants the country to have a sports academy and a k to 12 sports track so that Filipino youth gifted in sports will get ample and focused attention.
It is therefore recommended to push for athletes/ students well rounded development involving physical, mental and spiritual. Hence, the SPS program of DepEd is recommended for this purpose. The Special Program for Sports (SPS) in the secondary level is one among the curriculum development being introduced in the field of physical education and sports.
Mandated to look into the development of sports in the country DepEd launched the Special Program For Sports by virtue of DECS memorandum no. 242 s. 2000
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It includes value, knowledge, skills and experiences in physical activity participation in order to (1) achieve and maintain health-related fitness (HRF), as well as (2) optimize health. In particular, it hopes to instill an understanding of why HRF is important so that the learner can translate HRF knowledge into action. Thus, self-management is an important skill. In addition, this curriculum recognizes the view that fitness and healthy physical activity (PA) behaviors must take the family and other environmental settings (e.g. school, community and larger society) into consideration. This curricular orientation is a paradigm shift from the previous sports-dominated PE curriculum aimed at athletic

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