As an adapted PE teacher, behavior is a common topic with my students, as it is typically throughout special education. It is frequent that a students behavior can negatively impact their ability to fully access the PE curriculum. Often a schedule paired with a token board can provide the visual support the student requires to understand what is expected of them, what is coming next, and be optimistic that if they get their work done, a break of their choice is coming!
This is one of the most common visual supports I use to monitor and motivate my student's behavior so that they can be successful in whatever activity they are participating in that day.
I laminated all parts of this resource and used velcro to create a choice board, as well as the PE schedule.
The student initially chooses which "choice time" activity the will be working for. Based on the students needs, determine how often and for what behavior they will receive a "token" for their positive behavior. Once the student received the 5 tokens, they get to utilize the choice time option they chose earlier.
The PE schedule can assist a student who benefits from a visual representation of their expectations in class. Have the student move each component over to the "done" section of the schedule once it is complete.