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High School Physical Education Program

High School Physical Education Program. Jessica Ricotta Spring 2008. Table of Contents. Mission/Teaching Philosophy NYS Standards for Physical Education and NASPE Standards Criteria for Expectations of Students Classroom Rules/Regulations Grading Annual Curriculum PE Programs/Features

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High School Physical Education Program

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  1. High School Physical Education Program Jessica Ricotta Spring 2008

  2. Table of Contents • Mission/Teaching Philosophy • NYS Standards for Physical Education and NASPE Standards • Criteria for Expectations of Students • Classroom Rules/Regulations • Grading • Annual Curriculum • PE Programs/Features • School/Community Events • 4 Internet Resources for parents/students • Faculty Profile • Contact Information

  3. Mission/Teaching Philosophy • Promote overall physical wellbeing •   Promote physiological benefits such as increased flexibility, improved circulation, general improvement of body composition and muscle development, better posture, balances and coordination. • Physical activity is critical to the development and maintenance of good health. •  Participation in physical activity can increase self confidence and self esteem in a supportive and enjoyable environment which may result in better management of stress, anxiety, and depression. • Students gain appreciation for physical activity as well as sports • Improved sensitivity, understanding, appreciation, and consideration of others for both their similarities and differences • Motivate others to become physically active/fit • Life long lessons are learned to utilize and manage throughout the years

  4. Physical education standards NYS Standards Standard 1: Personal Health and FitnessStudents will have the necessary knowledge and skills to establish and maintain physical fitness, participate in physical activity, and maintain personal health. Standard 2: A Safe and Healthy EnvironmentStudents will acquire the knowledge and ability necessary to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment. Standard 3: Resource ManagementStudents will understand and be able to manage their personal and community resources. Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Standard 2:Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Standard3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness. Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings. Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expressions and/or social interaction. NASPE

  5. Criteria for Expectations of StudentsPhysical Education Rubric Name: ________________________ Teacher: Ms. Jessica Ricotta

  6. Classroom Rules Regulations and Expectations Respect: • You are here to learn. Respect yourself by getting the most out of the class. • Give instructor your full attention during verbal instruction • Respect you classmates and their belongings. Encourage fellow classmates rather than ridicule. • NO foul language, obscene gestures, or physical and verbal abuse allowed

  7. Classroom Rules Regulations and Expectations continued… Responsibility: • Only you are responsible for your own actions good or bad. There will be consequences! • You are expected to come to class prepared, eager to participate in the proper Physical Education attire. Example: tied sneakers, shorts, sweats, T-shirt, sweat shirt, appropriate tank tops. Absolutely no gum chewing or jewelry • Be on time to Class! Students have 5 minutes to change for class. If late then there will be a deduction off their daily participation grade. • Your locker and your belongings are your own responsibility. Make sure you double check that you have locked your locker. • Do not leave class until dismissed. If caught leaving class early there are consequences. • If you cannot participate for any reason, a doctor’s note is required

  8. Grading Tests • Students will be administered to take a multiple choice test at the end of each unit. • They will receive class instructions as well as a printed study-guide referred to each unit. Make Up Days: • Tuesdays & Thursdays: 3:00p.m-4:00p.m • Only for students who consult with their respective PE instructors • Students who are suspended may not make up any classes. Grading Scale 90-100=A 80-89=B 70-79=C 60-69=D Below 60 is Failing

  9. Curriculum 10th Grade- Life time Sports Basketball Soccer Floor Hockey Touch Football *Fitness Testing Required Each Year* Identify fitness components such as: • 1. Flexibility • 2. Cardio-respiratory endurance • 3. Muscular endurance • 4. Strength • 5. Body composition 11th Grade Weight Training Yoga/Pilates Team Handball Softball/Rag-ball Badminton

  10. Curriculum Continued… 12th Grade Tennis Volleyball Pickle Ball Self Defense Golf Project Adventure Orienteering

  11. PE Programs/Features The New York Healthy Steps This program is only available to teachers and students who live in New York. It is a program designed to get the children in NY to increase their level of daily physical activity, in addition to regular physical education classes. The program is offered twice a year. Teachers in schools register and then they choose 10 days to record the steps or miles their students walk. The school recording the most miles during the 10 day time period wins the competition and the top schools earn prizes. The Get Active Stay Active Log Web Site It is age-appropriate for 4th grade and up. This site encourages students to maintain and increase their physical activity by logging onto the site to record their physical activity minutes and/or pedometer steps. Students can also create a personal exercise history log, view their progress on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly time period, earn awards (PALA) and certificates of improvement for regularly logging steps or minutes, and see fitness tips to find new ways to be active. Pickle ball Tournament The PE department puts together a tournament where students and teacher may unite or face each other in a pickle ball tournament. This takes place after school in Late January. Students apply skills taught in class to battle out their opponents.

  12. School/Community Events Athletics Carwash- Each Spring Session Sports team (girls and boys) unite to raise money for the Athletic Program by washing people of the communities’ cars for $5 in the teachers lot. Breast Cancer Fund Raiser Tournament- The girls volleyball teams face off against neighboring high schools to help raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Takes place in October. Hoops for Heart- a terrific program that teaches children how to live a healthy, active lifestyle. It is easy to run, fun for all, and most importantly it contributes to saving lives in the fight against heart disease and stroke, our nation's number one and three killers. Takes place in December.

  13. School/Community Events Continued Jump Rope For Heart- a national educational fund-raising program that is sponsored by the American Heart Association and the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). This program engages students in a physical activity (jumping rope) while raising funds to support lifesaving heart and stroke research. Takes place in February Special Olympics- Get involved in your community by coaching, competing, supporting, or volunteering in the Special Olympics. This is your opportunity to join the handicapped and help them develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and experience joy throughout your participation and assist in training for life obstacles and achievements.

  14. 4 Internet Resources for Parents/Students http://pecentral.com/websites/healthsites.html - this website guides teachers, parents and students on how to live a healthier lifestyle through suggested physical activities and nutritional advisory. http://www.mypyramid.gov – this site advances and promotes dietary guidance for all Americans and provides healthy plans for better nutrition and offers a detailed assessment of your food intake and physical activity level. http://aahperd.org – this site is designed to to promote and support leadership, research, education, and best practices in the professions that support creative, healthy, and active lifestyles. http://smartspot.com – Assist parents in keeping them informed on how to help their children eat healthy and help them make better choices in life while becoming active themselves.

  15. Faculty Profile Name: Jessica Ricotta College Degree: Adelphi University Bachelors Degree Current Status: Studying for Master’s in Physical Education Current Occupation: Physical Education Teacher for Nassau County and Varsity Girls Volleyball and Basketball Coach Goals in Life: Motivate, inspire, and assist the youth in developing a healthier lifestyle for their future.

  16. Contact Information Name: Jessica Ricotta Email Address: jessicaricotta@adelphi.edu Website address: http://home.adelphi.edu/~jr16424

  17. Works Cited • Http://pecentral.org • http://www.emsc.nysed.gov • www.aahperd.org/naspe • http://amhrt.org • http://nysahperd.org

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