The basic skills are integrated in the competence aims where they contribute to development of the competence in the subject, while also being part of this competence. In Physical Education, the basic skills are understood as follows:
Oral skills in Physical Education involve creating meaning by listening, speaking and in conversation. This involves being able to present impressions from and perceptions of various physical activities. Expressing oneself orally is necessary when deciding on rules for play, various types of games and other kinds of interaction. It means being able to listen to others, respond to others and be aware of the person to whom one is speaking. The ability to communicate orally is also necessary when one is going to organize activities.
Being able to write in Physical Education deals primarily with written presentations about activities and assessing these. This skill becomes more relevant at higher year levels.
Being able to read in the Physical Education involves being able to find, interpret and understand information from specific texts dealing with the subject. This provides the basis for assessing important aspects of the subject's activities. This also includes interpreting maps and understanding symbols.
Numeracy in Physical Education means being able to measure lengths, times and forces. Understanding what these figures tell us is necessary when planning and carrying out training activities.
Digital literacy in Physical Education involves being able to use digital tools, different media and resources in a suitable and correct manner to solve practical tasks. This involves gathering and organizing information to plan and carry out activities and training, and communicating and documenting these.
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