Course: Sports for Life
1 Credit Course
Prerequisite: Completion of PE/Health or instructor recommendation.
Grades: 10, 11, 12
School Year: 2018-2019
Instructor: Coach Kinnoin
Office Hours: 2:30-3:30 (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
Course Description: This course will provide students with the knowledge, confidence, and skills to enjoy participation in team, dual, individual, and lifetime activities. Students will learn through quality participation and social interaction. Instruction is provided to students at all levels of skill. Students may take this course more than once.
Objectives:S1.H1.L1: Demonstrates competency and/or refines activity-specific movement skills in two or more lifetime activities (outdoor, pursuits, individual-performance activities, aquatics, net/wall games or target games.S1.H1.L2: Refines activity-specific movement skills in one or more lifetime activities. (outdoor pursuits, individual-performance activities, aquatics, net/wall games or target games) S1.H2.L1 Demonstrates competency in dance forms and rhythmic movements to include dynamic warmups, agility drills as wells as cultural and social occasions such as weddings and parties. Demonstrating competency in 1 form of dance (e.g., ballet, modern, hip hop, tap, etc.). S1.H2.L2: Demonstrates competency in dance forms and rhythmic movements by choreographing a dance, designing a workout routine or by giving a performance. S2.H4.L1: Identifies examples of social and technical dance forms. S3.H5.L1: Evaluates risks and safety factors that might affect physical activity preferences throughout the life cycle. S3.H5.L2: Analyzes the impact of risks and safety factors in life choices, economics, motivation, and accessibility on exercise adherence and successful participation in physical activity in college or career settings. S5.H2.L2: Chooses an appropriate level of challenge to experience success and desire to participate in a self-selected physical activity.S4.H1.L1: Employs effective self-management skills to analyze barriers and modify physical activity patterns appropriately as needed. S4.H2.L1: Exhibits proper etiquette, respect for others and teamwork while engaging in physical activity and/or social dance S5.H2.L1: Shows respect and acceptance of others with varying ability levels to support a cooperative learning environment.S4-C1-PO1: Perform Nationally recognized fitness test
Activities: Each physical education class will dress, warm-up, stretch, perform fitness activities and may do one of the following activities daily for a 3 to 5 week units; dance, football, basketball, soccer, kickball, capture the flag, handball, and ultimate Frisbee. The fitness component will comprise of Fitness Challenges and Circuit Training.
Showers: Students have the option to shower. Students will still be given the allotted time to dress out at the end of class. Students will also be responsible to bring your own towel.
Lockers: One locker will be chosen each class by each student. PHHS WILL NOT PROVIDE LOCKS. ANY LOCKS LEFT ON THE LOCKER AT THE END OF THE QUARTER WILL BE CUT. PHHS DOES HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHECK LOCKERS. Students are responsible for the following:
- Putting clothes and personal belongings into the locker and locking it during class.
- Securing personal valuables (large amount of money or valuable items should not be brought to school; if so, they should turn them into the main office for safe keeping).
- No Food or Drink in Locker Rooms
- Students will take all of their clothes and uniforms home each day.
Dress Code: Students are required to dress out for PE. Students will still be required to comply with the PHHS Dress Code Policy. Students will be required to wear the proper PHHHS Physical Education Uniform to every class. Each student will have two sets of uniforms that can be purchased.
Absences: If you miss class for any reason, you will be marked absent and will be responsible to make up the points lost from that class. If you know in advanced, that you will be absent from class, please call or email.
Non-Dress: Consequences for non-dresses include the following:
- First non-dress = student/teacher conference, email parent (warning)
- Second non-dress = detention
- Third non-dress = administrative referral
- Student continuing to non-suit will be given a referral to the principal for insubordination for possible suspension.
Lowered Grade: Students will be subject to a lowered grade in the following circumstances:
- For every absence, medical, and home excuses that are not made up.
- For every incident of non-participation or non-dress, student will lose points
Make-Up Points: If you are absent from class or not able to participate during class due to an injury, this is how you will make up your points.
- Absent: Students do their makeup exercise in the gym, or field during that time so you can ensure they completed the activity.
- Injury: I will provide an article of my choice for you to read and complete a specific learning strategy on that article.
If you are in class and are well-abled to participate but won’t for whatever reason, I will write you up for defiance, give you a detention and call parents.
Grade Scale: All grades are based on a grading scale designed by PHHS.
- 60% =(Performance Test, Formative/Summative Test, Quizzes )
- 25%= (Participation, Daily Points, Dress)
- 15%= FINAL
Dress Out/Change out 5 min
Stretch/Objectives and Standards 5 min
Instruction/Activity 34 min
Stretch-Cool Down/Closure-Recap 2 min
Dress out/Change out/Shower 5 min
Week 1 of Unit: Skill Building
Week 2 of Unit: Skill Evaluations
Week 3 of Unit: Scheduling of Games
Week 4 of Unit: Tournament
There will be no electronic devices (phones, ipods, mp3 players, earbuds, etc) allowed during class or in Locker Room