Here is a quick overview of what we will cover this year in P. E. class]

Physical Education Overview 2013-2014

 

Coach Hartmann (high school)            Coach Holzer (middle school)

(816)  471-2582                                                  (816) 471-4120

Room # 103                                                     Room # 9

jhartmann@altavistacharterschool.org            jholzer@altavistacharterschool.org

 

Welcome to Physical Education. The purpose of PE is to physically educate, by combining cognitive thinking skills and physical movement. The subject therefore uses sporting activities as a vehicle to do this. Physical literacy is only one component of physical education, many other facets will be covered, such as knowledge and understanding of anatomical and physiological structure and function, the ability to; develop skills, make and apply decisions, develop physical and mental capacity to succeed, evaluate and improve performance, and most importantly promote and understand the importance of a healthy and active life-style.

 

Unit 1: Baseball

 In this unit we will be exploring the history of “America’s Pastime”.  Students will learn the origins of baseball as well as the impact it has had on our country.   Students will develop a variety of skills through-out the course of this unit.

The primary skill set that is necessary for mastery of baseball is excellent hand-eye coordination.  Students will learn to sharpen these skills through drills that will encompass throwing, hitting, and fielding a baseball.

 

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

 

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

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Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 1, NPE 2, NPE 5:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Summarize the history rules, terminology, scoring and etiquette in a variety of individual, dual and team sports

 

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Unit 2: Football

Students will learn the history of football through its origins of Rugby in Australia.  The primary areas of focus in this unit will be on passing, punting, and kicking a football. Students will learn the importance of teamwork in the game of football through a variety of activities that require them to work in cooperative teams such as quarterback- center exchange, pass patterns, punting and receiving a kick, and ultimate football.

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

 

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

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Unit 3: Volleyball

Volleyball is a high-energy sport that will challenge the students strength, speed, agility and ability to work with teammates. Volleyball is played by more than 800 million people across the globe and is one of the most popular sports in the world. Perhaps the most important aspect of volleyball is spacing and communication. This is vital in order to keep the ball up.  Students will learn the specific techniques of volleyball, digging, serving, attacking, spiking, tip and dinking.

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)


Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 2:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Analyze skill techniques of self and others, detect skill errors, and make corrections to show improvement (e.g., peer assessment)

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Unit 4: Soccer

Soccer is perhaps the most popular sport in the world.  We will study its significance throughout the world.  We will also look at the history of the game including the world cup and the games most notable players.   In this unit we will primarily focus on footwork.  Students will develop skills such as dribbling, crossing, shooting, attacking, goalkeeping, tackling, intercepting, marking, throw-in, corner kicks, and free kicks.  Students will also learn to play by the rules.  This means avoiding holding, dangerous plays, obstruction, tripping and poor sportsmanship.   Soccer will challenge student’s agility as well as cardiovascular endurance.

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

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Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 1, NPE 2, NPE 5:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Summarize the history rules, terminology, scoring and etiquette in a variety of individual, dual and team sports

 

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Unit 5: Handball- (December)

Handball is a court game that was developed in the late 19th century in Germany and Scandinavia.  It is a fast and sometimes furious sport.  This sport has been gaining popularity in the United States and shares many of the same concepts as soccer.  In handball the object is to pass, bounce and throw the ball toward the opposing team’s goal.  Students will learn the methods of dribbling, the fist, the wrist, and the overhead pass.

 Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

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Unit 6: Badminton


 Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

______________________________________________________________________________

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 1, NPE 2, NPE 5:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Summarize the history rules, terminology, scoring and etiquette in a variety of individual, dual and team sports

 

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Unit 7: Basketball

 Students will learn the history of hockey, including its origin in Canada.  Students will learn how to properly use hockey equipment, such as sticks, masks, and the puck.  Students will learn basic skills such as passing, shooting, footwork, offensive and defensive skills, and teamwork.  We will also look at notable players and hockey terms such as hat trick, blue and red line, goal crease and high sticking. 

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 1, NPE 4:   (Fundamental Movement Skills and Games)

Identify and analyze the critical elements of selected advanced skills (e.g., strength training, games)

______________________________________________________________________________

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 1, NPE 2, NPE 5:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Summarize the history rules, terminology, scoring and etiquette in a variety of individual, dual and team sports

 

______________________________________________________________________________

 

Unit 8: Hockey

Badminton is a game of subtlety and strength.  Students will learn how to balance the two in this unit.  Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court that is divided by a net.  Badminton is the second most popular participation in the world.  Student’s reaction time will be challenge as badminton is the fastest racket game in the world.  Students will learn courtly conduct, central-play, serve techniques, underarm clear, backhand volley, over-head smash. 

 

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 2:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Analyze skill techniques of self and others, detect skill errors, and make corrections to show improvement (e.g., peer assessment)

______________________________________________________________________________

Missouri GLE’s; HPE 4, NPE 1, NPE 2, NPE 5:   (Sports Skills and Lifetime Activities)

Summarize the history rules, terminology, scoring and etiquette in a variety of individual, dual and team sports

______________________________________________________________________________

Here is a quick outline of what we will cover this year in Health Class.

Health Overview 2012-2013

Mr. Hartmann:  Room 103

                                                  jhartmann@altavistacharterschool.org

 

This year we will cover several topics in the Health portion of our Fitness/ Health  class.  These are not necessarily in the order of the book,  we will use a logical approach and use natural progression to teach.  The units of study may not be in order, but will lead from one to another.  We will also have several guest speakers and class discussions to supplement what is being taught from the book.  Below you will find a brief overview of the topics we will learn during this class.

 

Topic 1:  Choosing Healthful Foods.  (pgs:  280 – 392) This is a topic that is an ongoing discussion as part of our Fitness portion of the class, and will be covered in-depth as we have guest speakers coming throughout the year.

Missouri GLEs;  HP / ME / 2 / E / 09 – 12 / a

Design a nutritional plan and fitness program based on the relationship between food intake and activity level with regard to weight management and healthy living (e.g., caloric intake, calorie expenditure, weight gain, weight maintenance, and safe weight loss)

 


Topic 2: Analyzing Influences on Health.   (pgs: 34 – 39)Thinking and making positive choices using decision making skills about peer pressure, social and physical environment, and other outside factors.

Missouri  GLEs; HP / RA / 3 / C / 09-12 / a

Review healthy strategies to promote individual, family, and community health.

 

 

Topic 3: Analyzing Media Messages. (pgs:  556- 582)  You will learn to use your positive decision making skills to analyze and decide upon the messages you are getting from media outlets (Print, electronic, music, entertainment, etc.)

Missouri  GLEs ;   HP / RA / 3 / C / 09 – 12 / a

Students will be able to differentiate media outlets and their reliability in matters of health and wellness

 

Topic 4: Using Communication Skills.  (pgs:  40 – 56) After you’ve analyzed the messages you are getting from peers and media, you will be able to communicate your decisions and your reason for making them (critical thinking skills).

Missouri  GLEs; HP / RA / 3 / C / 09-12 / a

Review healthy strategies to promote individual, family, and community health.

 

 Topic 5: Expressing Emotions and Managing Stress. (pgs: 94-108)  You will learn to express emotions in healthful ways and use stress management skills, as well as learning how your mind and body are connected. You will also learn some Anger-management skills to use in your everyday life.

Missouri GLEs; HP / ME / 4 / D / 09-12 / a

Create a plan using life management skills to address personal and social concerns that are part of daily living ( e.g, learning to manage time stress, setting goals, dealing with conflicts, working collaboratively.

 

Topic 6: Dealing with Loss and Grief).  (pgs:  122-134) This topic will cover the stages of grief, as well as how to deal with loss.  We will also cover some ways to grieve, as well as how to respond to sudden losses.

Missouri GLEs: HP / PA / 1 / B / 09-12 / a

Categorize short and long –term effects of stress on the individual.

 

 

Topic 7: Recognizing Harmful Relationships.   (pgs:  178-190) This topic will teach you how to recognize harmful relationships and avoid them.  We will also be able to identify profiles of people who relate in harmful ways.   We will also learn about how people get involved in and why they stay in harmful relationships even though it’s not the best thing for them.

Missouri  GLEs :   HP / ME / 4 / A / 09 – 12 / a

Apply practices that preserve and enhance the safety and health of others ( e.g , conflict resolution, peer mediation, seeking adult or professional consultation, stress management, goal setting, decision-making, assertive behavior, resisting peer pressure, asset development )

 

 

Topic 8: Examining Dating and Friendships.  (pgs:  158 – 166)  This topic will teach you how to develop healthful friendships as well as examine the development of dating skills.  We will re-examine how to become an effective communicator and how to initiate friendships.  We will also set dating guidelines such as curfews and a code of conduct.

Missouri  GLEs :   HP / ME / 4 / A / 09 – 12 / a

Apply practices that preserve and enhance the safety and health of others ( e.g , conflict resolution, peer mediation, seeking adult or professional consultation, stress management, goal setting, decision-making, assertive behavior, resisting peer pressure, asset development )

 

 

Topic 9: Practicing Abstinence from Sex.  (pgs:  166 -178) After you’ve set the ground rules for dating, we will examine the benefits of practicing abstinence, as well as learning how to say “NO” if you are under pressure to be sexually active.  We will also find out some ways that peers may try to convince you to have sex.

 

 Missouri  GLEs :   HP / ME / 4 / A / 09 – 12 / a

Apply practices that preserve and enhance the safety and health of others ( e.g , conflict resolution, peer mediation, seeking adult or professional consultation, stress management, goal setting, decision-making, assertive behavior, resisting peer pressure, asset development )

 

Topic 10: Reducing the Risk of STD’s and HIV.  (pgs: 498 -514)  If you choose not to practice abstinence, we will cover some ways to keep you safer from the risk of STD’s and HIV.  We will discuss causes and methods of transmission of these diseases, as well as discuss possible complications from them.  We will discuss ways to prevent the transmission of STD’s and HIV, and the progression from HIV to AIDS. 

Missouri  GLEs :   HP / ME / 4 / A / 09 – 12 / a

Apply practices that preserve and enhance the safety and health of others ( e.g , conflict resolution, peer mediation, seeking adult or professional consultation, stress management, goal setting, decision-making, assertive behavior, resisting peer pressure, asset development )

 

 

Topic 11: Avoiding Illegal Drug Use.  (pgs:  436 – 452) *I will not be involved in illegal drug use*. We will describe the harmful effects of inhalants, physical and emotional effects of marijuana, and classify the differences between hallucinogens, stimulants, and narcotics.

Missouri GLEs :  HP / RA / 3 / C / 09-12 / a

Assess the risk of chemical dependency and locate available help, if alcohol, tobacco , and other substance use becomes a problem.

 

 

Topic 12: Staying away from Gangs.  (pgs:  698 – 703)  In this topic, we will discuss characteristics of gang members, explain how a gang can cause conflict in schools, families, and communities, and analyze why teens join gangs.  We will look at strategies to avoid gangs, and explain how a teen that belongs to a gang can leave a gang.  This is important because Gang involvement can lead to drug abuse, jail, unplanned pregnancy, violence, injury, and death.

Missouri GLEs; HP / ME / 4 / D / 09-12 / a

Create a plan using life management skills to address personal and social concerns that are part of daily living ( e.g, learning to manage time stress, setting goals, dealing with conflicts, working collaboratively.

 

Topic 13: Reducing Weapon Injuries.  (pgs:  704 – 708 ) During this unit, we will explain the importance of knowing and understanding laws pertaining to weapons in our state.  Knowing about weapons will help you be safer around them.  We will discuss safety actions to take if you see a gun that is not locked up, and discuss the benefits of not carrying a weapon.

Missouri  GLEs;  HP / HM / 2 / B / 09-12 / a

Students will acquire the knowledge and skills to make decisions and act as responsible members of society.

 

Topic 14: Keeping Your Body Healthy.  (pgs:  208 – 225) We will discuss ways to keep your body systems healthy.  These include: Cardiovascular, nervous, immune, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, endocrine, digestive, integumentary, and urinary.

Missouri GLEs ; HP / FS / 1 / B / 09-12 / a

Investigate disorders, their treatment, and prevention techniques to maintain a healthy skeletal system, muscular system, cardiovascular system, nervous system.

 

Topic 15:  Choosing Healthful Foods.  (pgs:  280 – 392) This is a topic that is an ongoing discussion as part of our Fitness portion of the class, and will be covered in-depth as we have guest speakers coming throughout the year.

Missouri GLEs;  HP / ME / 2 / E / 09 – 12 / a

Design a nutritional plan and fitness program based on the relationship between food intake and activity level with regard to weight management and healthy living (e.g., caloric intake, calorie expenditure, weight gain, weight maintenance, and safe weight loss)

 

 

Additional help:

If at any point during the year you would like to borrow a text book from the class set for  additional reading, please let me know I would be happy to loan you a copy.

Mr. Hartmann


 


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