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PPL3O Healthy Active Living Education (Co-ed)

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The goal of this course is to develop leadership qualities in each one of us. God calls each one of us to be an example to others in the way we live our lives and by our actions. The second goal is to develop an appreciation for healthy living through participating in a variety of sports, through fitness, and learning about health and wellness.  Finally, with this course we want to encourage lifelong involvement and concern for your own health and wellness.  

 

RATIONALE:


Christian education is concerned with the development of the whole student: soul, mind and body.  The Physical Education program is vital to the development of student’s to mature in God’s service. Physical Education encourages and provides opportunities for students to know, understand, and appreciate their bodies as gifts from God, to be cared for and used in his service.  This Grade 11 Phys. Ed. course has been designed to foster all aspects of the whole person. You will be challenged intellectually, spiritually, and physically.

EVALUATION:

A. Term   70%

Knowledge Understanding               

  • Knowledge of content

    • Skills, principles & strategies, safe practice and procedures

  • Understanding of content

    • Process, techniques, relationships between concepts

                                                 10%

  • Written Tests & Assignments

  • Conferencing

  • Game Play

    • Do you play by the rules

    • Do you know the court boundaries

    • Do you play using the court boundaries/rules                 

Thinking and Inquiry Use of planning skills

  •  
    • Identifying problems; developing fitness plans; selecting strategies

  • Use of processing skills

    • Determining appropriate safety measures, revising fitness goals

  • Use of critical/creative thinking process

    • Goal setting, decision making; analyzing movement skills

                                                   10%

  • Journaling and goal setting

  • Conferencing

  • Game play

    • What do you do during the game

    • Do you move to open space

    • What decisions do you make to improve the level of play


Communication:

  • Expression of ideas and information in oral, visual and/or written forms

    • Demonstrations, conferences, presentations, journals

  • Communication and interactions for different audiences and purposes

    • Peers, teachers; to inform, instruct, promote

  • Use of health and physical education conventions, vocabulary and terminology

    • Using correct terminology, discussions of health-related components of fitness, phase of movements (preparation, execution, follow-through) in oral, visual and/or written forms

                                                    20%

  • POSITIVE Interaction with peers.

  • Demonstrating effort in the sports and activities.

  • Personal responsibility and safety

  • Journaling and goal setting

  • Conferencing

  • Verbal

  • NonVerbal

    • Do you use your hands to call for the ball


Application:

  • Application of knowledge and skills:

    • movement skills, concepts, principles strategies

    • Training principles, health concepts, safe practices

    • Personal and interpersonal skills: teamwork, fair play, etiquette, leadership

  • Transfer of knowledge and skills to new context

    • Transfer of movement skills, strategies and tactics between physical activity

    • Transfer of plannings skills to context such as fitness, healthy eating, healthy sexuality  

                                                     30%

  • Skill development

  • Sport Concepts and Strategies

  • Transferability of concepts

  • Sport Specific Fitness

  • Active participation

 

B. Final Evaluation

4.  Culminating Experiences 30%  

1)  Leadership……………………………………………………15%

  • tournament/new game

2) Fitness Testing………………………………………………..15%
i. Performance     --- 10%

ii. Conference/reflection --- 5%

 

Course Scheduling: (there maybe changes)

DATE

Location

Description

Sept. 6 – 7

Classroom 101

Leadership Units & Planning

Sept  8 - 16

Gym

Volleyball & Fitness

Sept 19 – 23

Gym/OC

Golf

Sept. 26 –  Sept 30

Outside

Baseball

Oct. 3 – 7

Outside

Tennis & Ultimate

Oct. 10 – 14

Outside

Lacrosse

Oct. 17 – 21

Outside

Rugby or Football

Oct  24 - 28

Outside

Soccer

Oct 31 - Nov. 4

Outside

Fitness

Nov. 7 – 11

Gym

Basketball

Nov. 13 – 18

Rm 101

Nutrition & Physiology

Nov 21 – 25

Gym/OC

Ball Hockey/Ice Hockey

Nov. 28 – Dec. 9

Rm 101

Health Units

Dec. 12 –  16

Gym

Handball/Fitness Testing

Jan. 3 – 6

Gym

Badminton

Jan 9 – 13

Rm 101

Health Unit

Jan. 16 - 20

Inside

Culminating Activity Week