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2nd Quarter, PE Participation Skills & Techniques

00.00 Start Here (Participation Skills and Techniques)

Getting Started

READ through the COURSE MATERIAL and complete each assignment and quiz. Make sure you include the questions with your answers for each assignment.

Complete the Fitness Testings before you begin any of the other assignments. There are some other assignments in the classes that have to be done in sequential order. It will be easier for you to do well on each unit if you complete each one in sequential order.

Make sure you check the pacing guide of each assignment to be able to complete the class in the required time frame. Please be sure to proofread, spell check, edit, and save all work that is submitted to the teacher for grading. YOU MUST SAVE YOUR OWN COPIES OF ALL ASSIGNMENTS!

Assignments are scored according to these criteria:

  1. Did you answer each question, with an appropriate answer?
     
  2. Did you give thorough, thoughtful answers in complete sentences?
     
  3. Did you follow the directions for completing and turning in assignments?
     
  4. Did you complete the hours required for each assignment?
     
  5. Did you put your name and date in the correct place?

You can retake class test as many times as you like, but you need to get a score of at least 60% to pass.

This class requires the creation of 3 Skill Videos.

Students need access to either a video recording device such as

  • Web Cam
  • Video Camera
  • iPod with built-in camera, iPad, Tablet

and/or presentation creation software such

  • Google Presentation
  • Powerpoint

INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO: You will need a computer with a connection to the Internet and your digital video content (under two minutes, please).

You can choose between

"YouTube" - web based option

"Photobucket" - image hosting and video hosting website

"UPLOAD your video to your GOOGLE drive"to host your video assignments.

You will need to create an account for YouTube or Photobucket. Follow the instructions to upload and share your videos. "YouTube" will take a little longer to upload.

WHICHEVER resource you decide to use to submit your video..... you need to Submit the LINK to your video with your Questions in the assignment Submission, so the questions and the Video are together to be graded.

****DO NOT send the video to my EMAIL!!! *****

If you are unable to make a video, you can use a powerpoint to create a presentation USING pictures of YOURSELF demonstrating the basics skills (Critical Cues) for the exercise you have chosen. (There needs to be as many pictures as there are CRTICAL CUES for each exercise.)

00.00 About Me Instructions (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 4 points possible 10 minutes

This assignment is to be completed in WEEK 1 of this class. Please copy and paste the questions located between the ******** and then supply the answers.

By submitting this assignment you agree to abide by the EHS Honor Code, which is:

"As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect."

Please answer each question in a complete sentence and have your answers in Bold or Uppercase.

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1. Name - first and last: 

2. What school do you attend, and what grade are you in? 

3. Why did you choose to take PE through EHS? 

4. What are some interesting things about you (hobbies, fun story, interests, etc.)? 

5. What is the date you ENROLLED in this quarter of PE? 

6. Now add 9 weeks to the date of Number 5, What is your maximimum completion date? (You can finish before this date, but not after!) 

7. ACKNOWLEDGE that you understand and agree to abide by the EHS honor code: "As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect." YES or NO

8. Student contact information. USERNAME, EMAIL and PHONE NUMBER (This can be our email and phone #, or a parent/guardians email and phone #, or you can provide both. But I must have an email and phone number for contact information!) 

USERNAME:

EMAIL:

PHONE:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.


00.00 Start Here (Participation Skills and Techniques)

Course Description

This class offers students instruction in lifetime activities and fulfills 0.25 of the  P.E. requirement for high school graduation. Individual, dual, and team sports activities are included, with the emphasis on activities offering lifelong participation opportunities.

Participation Skills and Techniques is designed to develop competency in up to five different activities. Competency involves the ability to apply the basic skills, strategies, and rules using standardized guidelines or rubrics. Course activities present an extension of or newer content than that presented in previous classes, and the curriculum provides enough diverse offerings to meet the individual needs of all students.

Class Overview

Please be aware that you can ONLY be enrollled in ONE PE class at a time!

The PE classes are set up a little different than some of the other EHS classes and you must complete the Fitness Testings before you can begin on any of the other assignments. There are some additional assignments in the classes that have to be done in sequential order. It will be easier for you to do well on each unit if you complete each Module in sequential order.

CLASS RULES and INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Please read all the "Start Here" instructions below to carefully review all class rules and procedures which apply to both 1st and 2nd quarter classes.
     
  2. Return to the front page of this class then click "About Me" to begin your first assignment. Then click "submit assignment" to compose your response in the answer box that will appear. Click "Save changes" to save and submit the assignment. Assignments submitted to personal email will not be accepted.
     
  3. How to complete all subsequent lessons AFTER the "About Me" lesson: The Lessons and Assignments are in Modules 3, on the left side of the list (out-dented left). Click the desired lesson and carefully follow all instructions. To submit the assignment, copy and paste the assignment instructions (everything between the two lines of asterisks) into a word processing document, answer the questions, and save your work so you will have a your own copy of your assignment if anything gets lost.
     

How to SUBMIT assignments into the answer box: After saving a personal copy of your assignment, submit your assignment by clicking the corresponding indented assignment below the lesson name. It requires copying and pasting both the questions and your answers into the answer box.

The copied information includes EVERYTHING between two lines of asterisks, including the assignment number and the questions. All answers must be bold (OR UPPER CASE if you are unable to make them bold). MAKE SURE YOU HIT RETURN AFTER EACH COMPLETED ANSWER. Then Save your work according to the instructions.

A correctly formatted assignment is shown below. Note each assignment includes the (1) assignment number, (2) the questions, and (3) the answers immediately following each question.

SAMPLE ASSIGNMENT WITH ANSWERS
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ASSIGNMENT 6.2 - (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

      1. Q: Can students use any word processor they want? > ANSWER: Yes - copy and paste from any word processor you prefer.

      2. Q: Why should you read your graded assignments?> ANSWER: To see your grades and any instructions and comments from your teacher.

      3. Q: Must you write complete sentences?> ANSWER: No--but the answer and question together must form a complete thought like this question does.

      4. Q: Do the answers have to be in bold> ANSWER: YES (OR in UPPER CASE if you can't get bold to work).

      5. Q: (6.2): When a question in an assignment says: Include your first and last name and today's date, what should you write?:>ANSWER: example: Kami Elison, July 8, 2010 (with your own name) NOTE: Remember your answers must appear in bold or UPPER CASE in your assignments.

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  1. How to SUBMIT TESTS: Click the indented assignment link that matches the lesson you are working on. Follow the instructions and take the quiz online by selecting the proper answers. Save the quiz and exit.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION that improves success and raises your grade:

  1. Submit work each week. Refer to the Pacing Guide to complete the course in the required 10 weeks. https://share.ehs.uen.org/view-pacing-guide/297
  2. Retake any Test if you score less than 60%.
  3. Retake quizzes and assignments as often as you like to improve grades or study.
  4. Read all returned assignments to find out if your assignments were accepted or if further work is necessary.
  5. If a website doesn’t work, inform me of the problem.
  6. Remember that this class requires completion of two quarters to meet the state .5 credit requirement.                                

 

10 WEEKS to Complete Course: You have 7 weeks to complete the assignments, quizzes and unit tests. Then the 8th week, after I have graded everything you submitted the 7th week, you will need to submit the READY message. Take the final the 9th week and I will submit your grade the 10th week.
 

Honor Code: Know and Abide by the EHS Honor Code: "As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect."

 

GRADE INFORMATION 

"A" begins at 93% of total points.
"A-" Begins at 90% of total points.
"B+" begins at 86% of total points.
"B" begins at 83% of total points.
"B-" Begins at 80% of total points.
"C+" begins at 76% of total points.
"C" begins at 73% of total points.
"C-" Begins at 70% of total points.
"D+" begins at 66% of total points.
"D" begins at 63% of total points and extends to 55% of total points.

When receiving a "0" on an assignment: The assignment did not meet minimum expectations. Resubmit the entire assignment with correct answers.

IMPORTANT: Your grade becomes final after the proctored test, and there is no opportunity to raise your grade after that. If high grades are important to you, remember--you can retake all tests and quizzes and resubmit assignments as many times as you like. The opportunity to resubmit work is lost after the proctored test is complete. Good luck.

A PROCTORED FINAL (40 QUESTION, MULTIPLE CHOICE, MULTIPLE ANSWER, FILL IN THE BLANK AND TRUE/FALSE EXAM) WILL BE REQUIRED UPON COMPLETION OF ALL CLASS ASSIGNMENTS TO EARN A GRADE AND CREDIT FOR EACH QUARTER.

THIS PROCTORED FINAL IS 30% OF YOUR FINAL GRADE. YOU MUST SCORE A 60% OR HIGHER TO PASS THE PROCTORED EXAM. IF YOU DO NOT PASS THE PROCTORED EXAM, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY CREDIT FOR THE COURSE, AND YOU WILL BE DROPPED FROM THE COURSE.

When you have completed all the units and the proctored final, a certificate with your grade and the credit earned is sent to your school registrar.

Enjoy the learning process, and feel free to contact me, your teacher, via e-mail, phone, or text messaging with any questions or concerns. My contact information is listed on the front page of the class in the Teacher Contact Information portion of Module 1.

00.01.01 Student Software Needs

 

Students need access to a robust internet connection and a modern web browser.

This class may also require the Apple QuickTime plug-in to view media.

For students using a school-issued Chromebook, ask your technical support folks to download the QuickTime plug-in and enable the plug-in for your Chromebook.

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04.0 Standard 4 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

In this class, you will try out at least six different sports or other physical activities.

Standard 4: Students will achieve and maintain health-enhancing levels of physical fitness.

Objective 1: Participate in a variety of activities in class and outside of school that develop a
foundation of physical fitness.

a. Identify and participate in a number of activities that develop muscular strength and
endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance.
b. Develop and maintain activity journals to track fitness and activity levels.
c. Review FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) guidelines as they apply to the
development of physical fitness.
d. Recognize that both proper nutrition and exercise are necessary for a lifelong healthy
lifestyle.

Objective 2: Assess, adjust, and monitor physical activity using a variety of technological
resources.

a. Utilize computer software to assist in assessing and tracking fitness levels.
b. Adjust intensity levels of various activities through monitoring pulse rates manually or by
using heart-rate monitors or pulse sticks.
c. Improve movement skills using camcorders or digital cameras to provide feedback and
self-analysis.
d. Use Internet resources to create reports on activity, nutrition, and lifelong wellness.

04.01 Fitness Testing (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

04.02.00 Fitness Testing (PE Activity)

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 1 of this class

You need to complete the following and I need an e-mail from a parent or guardian verifying that you completed this portion of the class. Please have your parent or guardian include in the email of verification a copy of the assignment below located between the asterisks. Also, BE SURE, that your parent or guardian titles the subject line of their email: Fitness Testing.

You need to: Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work either by pasting it into the assignment submission window for this assignment or Click on the Submit Assignment and type in your work there. Please put all "answers" in bold or UPPER CASE.

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Fitness Testing 04.01

1. Student's Name:

2. Mile run time:

3. Push-ups from your feet, not on your knees. How many you can do continuously without stopping, but no longer than a minute?: 4. Sit-ups, hands behind your head and all the way up to your knees. Someone can hold your feet. How many you can do in a minute?:

5. Where was the test completed?

6. What was the date the test was completed (must be in the time-frame of being enrolled in this class)?

7. Your class and quarter:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.


04.02 F.I.T.T. stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type (Participation Skills and Techniques)

F.I.T.T.
FREQUENCY, INTENSITY, TIME, and TYPE.

These are very important words to remember when you are planning your workout.

Read the following articles about how you can apply the principle of F.I.T.T. into your exercise routine.

You will find info on how often you should change up your F.I.T.T. training exercises to keep the training effect going in the article, "The Basic Principles of Exercise."

teacher-scored 40 points possible 300 minutes

Create a spreadsheet to track your fitness progress.

This assignment should be STARTED by WEEK 1 and will need to be COMPLETED by WEEK 8 of this class

Do this BEFORE you begin your physical activities for this class, and fill it out weekly for AT LEAST FOUR weeks (make sure you include on the spreadsheet: the first day and last day you are working on this class). You only need to make an entry once a week in your log. You might want to choose the same day of the week to do an activity and then record your progress for that week.

YOU WILL TURN THIS ASSIGNMENT IN AT THE END IF THE CLASS AFTER YOU HAVE SUBMITTED EVERY OTHER ASSIGNMENT. The Link to Submit this assignment is at the END of the lists after Unit 6 and just before the Final Grade Submissions.

Important note: the activities on this sheet are not extra, additional activities. You should just record data from one of your regular activities/assignments each week. For example, you can record the same activity on this sheet as one of the days of your food and exercise journal.

You may use Microsoft Office (Excel) or Open Office (which you can download free) to create your own spreadsheet but it needs to look like the one that I have provided for you in the link "F.I.T.T. Log Spreadsheet."

When you open this Google Doc you can Click on "File" and then "Download as" and download it into any of the programs that you have access to work on it. "TO USE THE SPREADSHEET I HAVE PROVIDED" Click on the F.I.T.T. Log Spreadsheet to view how to get started on your log. You will need to click on "File" and then "Make A Copy." Make sure that you rename your Log Copy of F.I.T.T. Log.firstname.lastname

You should be able to access this document through your gmail in the "Document" tab anytime you like. When you have completed the log, click on the BLUE "Share" button in the top right hand corner of the document. Make sure that it is "ANYONE YOU HAS THE LINK," in the area that lists; "Who has access." Then you can copy and paste the URL into the submission box for this assignment and send it to me. Or you can upload it as a google doc. Make sure that you have completed the class, and only send it to me when you are ready to take the final for this course.

If you are making your own spreadsheet make sure you follow the following instructions.

Spreadsheet Instructions: At the top of the chart, include your name, the class, teacher, the date you started the class, and the date you finished the class assignments (before taking the final test).

Label the columns: Date, Minutes Exercised, Type of Activity, Pulse/End of Exercise, Pulse/10 Minutes, Pulse Trend (compared to previous week), Comments, FITT goal, and Reason. *** You will need to have nine columns of Data. "Date" is the date on which you did the activity. "Minutes Exercised" (obviously) is how many minutes you were continuously active. Thirty is the minimum, sixty is the maximum you may count in one day/one session. "Type of Activity" is what you were doing - dancing, soccer, volleyball, lifting weights, walking, Pilates, etc. "Pulse/End of Exercise" means your pulse the minute you stopped the activity. Be ready to take it immediately. "Pulse/10 Minutes" means you should rest (sit down, read, watch TV, relax) for ten minutes right after you have taken that first pulse. Then check your pulse again to see how far it has come down. "Pulse Trend" means how your pulse rates compare to the previous week. Have they gone up or down? "Comments" is where you add other relevant information. Were there special circumstances that made this workout harder or easier than usual? If so, what? Why do you think your pulse was lower (or higher) than the week before? "FITT" goal column, put how you plan to use the FITT system for the following week. Are you planning to maintain the same FITT values, or increase/decrease frequency, intensity, or time, or change the type of activity for the next week? "Reason" column, tell why you choose that FITT goal. Example:

Date Minutes Exercised Type of Activity Pulse/End of Exercise Pulse/10 Minutes Pulse Trend Comments FITT goal Reason
January 22 35 walking the dog 120 81 up It was really cold, so I walked faster than usual Change type I want to try Jazz-ercise to see if I can get closer to my target heart rate

 

Grading: For full credit, make a complete entry once a week for every week you are in the class. Tracking sheets with less than four weeks of complete entries will receive NO credit. When you have completed the course and recorded all your data with at least FOUR weeks of entries. You can upload your spreadsheet in the submission box. You can continue on with the course, but you will need to come back to this assignment at the completion of the course to submit the assignment.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.


04.03 You Are What You Eat (Participation Skills and Fitness)

It is important to exercise to stay healthy, but it is also important to eat well to stay healthy. Understanding how the food you eat affects your health will help you make better choices when choosing your food.

Read the following articles to learn what you should eat to have a healthy diet.

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This assignment should be completed by WEEK 3 of this class

Directions for your assignment:

1. You are going to keep an exercise and food journal for TWO weeks. You must do 30 minutes of exercise FIVE days a week for TWO weeks. You may choose what you would like to do for your 30 minutes of exercise, but it must be some kind of physical activity, for example: jogging, gardening, yoga, walking, soccer, dance, basketball, etc. You will be keeping a record of your food and activities on your computer. Remember to also record your pulse information on your fitness tracking sheet once a week!

2. Also answer the questions at the bottom of the Exercise and Food Journal worksheet.

3. The two links you will need are located above. The link titled "Your Pulse and Your Target Heart Rate" will teach you how to figure out your heart rate. The link titled "Calorie Calculator" will help you figure out how many calories you burn doing different types of activities for different amounts of time.

4. You may use Microsoft Office (Excel) or Open Office (which you can download free) to create your own spreadsheet but it needs to look like the one that I have provided for you in the link "FOOD and EXERCISE JOURNAL." When you open this Google Doc you can Click on "File" and then "Download as" and download it into any of the programs that you have access to work on it. OR you can use the Google Doc I have provided to record your data and send it to me. If you choose to do this, when you are completed upload teh file to me in the submission box.

5. After TWO weeks of 30 minutes of exercise, 5 days a week, and when you have completed the Exercise and Food Journal worksheet you will submit the assignment in the submission box, upload the file, or share the google doc URL.

6. Be sure to Answer the Questions at the bottom of the worksheet! "TO USE THE SPREADSHEET I HAVE PROVIDED" Click on the FOOD and EXERCISE JOURNAL to view what and how you are supposed to keep a record of. You will need to click on "File" and then "Make A Copy," to save it to work on. You cannot make changes or edit the google doc provided! Make sure that you rename your Log Copy of FOOD and EXERCISE JOURNAL.firstname.lastname

You should be able to access this document through your gmail in the "Document" tab anytime you like. When you have completed the JOURNAL, click on the BLUE "Share" button in the top right hand corner of the document. Make sure that "ANYONE YOU HAS THE LINK" is selected, in the area that lists; "Who has access." Then you can copy and paste the URL into the submission box for this assignment and send it to me. Or you can upload it as a google doc. If you are making your own spreadsheet make sure you use the following information.

Spreadsheet Instructions:

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Food and Exercise JOURNAL: NAME: DATE: CLASS: TEACHER: FOOD AND EXERCISE JOURNAL - LABEL ALL YOUR MEALS AS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, SNACKS. MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE ANYTHING YOU DRINK, AND ESTIMATE SERVING SIZES. LIST ALL ACTIVITIES YOU HAVE DONE WITH HOW LONG YOU EXERCISED or HOW MANY REPS. SUNDAY FOOD SUNDAY EXERCISE MONDAY FOOD MONDAY EXERCISE TUESDAY FOOD TUESDAY EXERCISE WEDNESDAY FOOD WEDNESDAY EXERCISE THURSDAY FOOD THURSDAY EXERCISE FRIDAY FOOD FRIDAY EXERCISE SATURDAY FOOD SATURDAY EXERCISE

QUESTIONS:

1. What observations did you make after keeping track of what you ate for a week? (I don't accept one word or incomplete answers. For example: Is there a pattern to when, what or how much you ate? How would what you eat fit in with the recommendations from "The Food Guide Pyramid" link in lesson 04.2? Is there anything in your journal that surprises you, or that suggests changes you might want to make?)

2. What is your resting heart rate?

3. What is your target heart rate?

4. Do ten sit-ups and then take your heart rate. What is your heart rate?

5. After you have done some kind of exercise or physical activity for thirty minutes, then take your heart rate. What is your heart rate?

6. According to the calorie calculator website below, how many calories did you burn in your thirty-minute activity the last day of your journal?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.


04.04 Unit 4 Quiz (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Take the Unit 4 Quiz:

Instructions: You MUST score at least 60% to receive credit for the assignment but don't worry if you don't get at least 60% the first time since you can retake the test as many times as you need to reach that percentage or an even higher percentage

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 2 of this class

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.


04.04 Unit 4 Test (Participation Skills and Techniques)

04.05 Health History Report (Participation Skills and Fitness)

teacher-scored 40 points possible 90 minutes

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 2 of this class You are going to use resources on the internet (and you may also use other resources) to complete a personalized report on physical activity, nutrition, and lifelong wellness.

You will also need to talk to family members to find out about possible familial factors that may influence your health. Copy and paste the section between asterisks into a word processing document on your computer. Complete the assignment and save it on your computer. Then submit your work.

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Name:

Date:

Part 1: Family Factors Research Talk to family members (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings) about their health and physical activity. (ANSWER EACH QUESTION) Find out about both positive and negative factors. Do you have family members who have stayed fit and active later into life? Have there been problems with diabetes, weight, cancer, asthma, heart disease, stroke, blood pressure, depression/anxiety, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's, arthritis, smoking, drugs/alcohol or any other diseases? What physical activities have family members continued as adults? What eating and activity habits in your family affect your health (positively or negatively)? Note that if you are adopted, the genetic factors in your adoptive family may not apply, but habits and lifestyle still do!

Part 2: Personal Factors Evaluate yourself--(ANSWER EACH QUESTION) do you have physical or mental health problems? What has been your history of physical activities so far? How do your hobbies, interests, habits and personal preferences help or hinder your physical fitness and health? Do you want to lose weight, gain muscle, get more coordinated, graceful, strong, or quick? What are your strong and weak points as far as physical activities go? What goals do you have for physical fitness, activity skills and wellness as you become an adult?

Part 3: Internet and Library Research Use Pioneer Library and/or other internet resources to find information about how you can help prevent, control or reduce the main health and fitness problems likely in your life, and how you can reach your goals of a healthy lifestyle. List the best EIGHT (8) articles, websites or books you find. For each source you find, list (a) the title and author, (b) the url (web address), magazine or publisher, and (c) a brief summary of the kind of information available at that source that is significant for your situation.

Part 4: Summary Write at least 100 words about what you learned and how you plan to use this information. Include the three best (most useful or important) ideas you learned in your research.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.


04.06 Applying your Skills: Video 4 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 25 points possible 60 minutes

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 3 of this class

Standard Four Video INSTRUCTIONS: You will need to submit an instructional video demonstrating an exercise of your choice from the following list. If you are unable to make a video of YOURSELF, you can use powerpoint to create a presentation USING pictures of YOU demonstrating the basics skills for the exercise you have chosen. (As in Quarter 1.....there needs to be as many pictures as there are CRTICAL CUES for each exercise.) 

****Here is the list of acceptable activities you can choose from

*** You must choose an activity from THIS LIST

sit-ups, pull-ups, crunches, push-ups, biceps curl, shoulder press, squats, rows, leg curls, chest fly.

SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT. Take all reasonable safety precautions for the chosen activity. You may not receive credit if your teacher finds that you have not taken safety into consideration. *You will need to demonstrate the correct way to do whatever exercise you choose. You must research the correct form and sequence for your activity (use books or the internet, or ask your coach if you have one for the activity).

You will also need to discuss the importance of the FITT principal as it relates to your activity of choice.
 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE VIDEO:. *Your video needs to be at least one minute long and NO longer than two minutes. If you would rather take pictures and use a video editor program to make a video/powerpoint to create your video, you can but you must have a minimum of 4-6 pictures.

*You MUST be the star of your video, the video needs to be of YOU teaching and demonstrating how to perform the skill or exercise, so you might need to get a friend to do the filming. You will also be the narrator of the video.

*Assume that you are making this video for another student who has never tried your particular activity/sport.                           

*You CANNOT use the same video for another other PE Skills and Techniques, including both quarters. Example: If the activity you choose was tennis, you would need to show the basic skills of tennis, such as:

How to grip the tennis racket. How to serve a tennis ball. What a backhand swing looks like and how to accomplish it. Etc.

 

CRITIQUE QUESTIONS: After you have created your video, Answer the following questions. MAKE SURE YOUR ANSWERS ARE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES OR PARAGRAPHS. Please put all answers in bold or UPPER CASE.

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When you have completed this process, Submit your video in the submission box by pasting your url in the text box. Make sure you include the following obervation questions:

1. From the list of activities - sit-ups, pull-ups, crunches, push-ups, biceps curl, shoulder press, squats, rows, leg curls, chest fly, which activity did you choose to demonstrate and teach?

2. What source(s) you used to research the correct technique.

3. What you learned from watching yourself in the video about how you might improve your technique in your activity (ie, critique yourself).

4. How can you implement the FITT principal in your activity to improve yourself in the activity of your choice?

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INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO: You will need a computer with a connection to the Internet and your digital video content (under two minutes, please). 

You can choose between 

"YouTube" - web based option

"Photobucket" - image hosting and video hosting website

"UPLOAD your video to your GOOGLE drive" to host your video assignments. 

You will need to create an account for YouTube or Photobucket. Follow the instructions to upload and share your videos. "YouTube" will take a little longer to upload.

WHICHEVER resource you decide to use to submit your video..... you need to Submit the LINK to your video with your Questions in the assignment Submission, so the questions and the Video are together to be graded. 

****DO NOT send the video to my EMAIL!!! *****

In YouTube, you need to make your video "available to the world." When you go to the "My Videos" section of your YouTube account, play the video you want to submit. At this point you need to click on the "Share this Video" then copy the URL address in the URL and paste it in the Text Entry with your Questions or the comment box and submit it WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT

Photobucket is very similar. If you don't have a video camera, you can use still images in a slide show with narration that is converted to digital video.

IF you decide to NOT use PHOTOBUCKET or YOUTUBE... You can upload your video or power point to your GOOGLE drive and share it and then copy the link, and paste it into the text entry submission page with your Questions and submit it.

Please make sure your video is in one of the following formats or you will have to redo the video.

 

 

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.


05.0 Standard 5 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

Students will exhibit responsible personal and social behaviors that show
respect for themselves and others in activity settings.

Objective 1: Demonstrate responsible behavior in activity settings.

a. Listen and consider consequences before taking action in conflict situations.
b. Identify and address unsafe conditions and risky behaviors in activity settings.
c. Follow recommended safety precautions and procedures.
d. Keep the importance of winning and losing in perspective relative to other positive goals
of participation.
e. Apply safe practices, rules, and etiquette in all physical activity settings.

Objective 2: Demonstrate responsible social behavior in working with others in activity settings.

a. Recognize when to lead and follow in group activity settings.
b. Provide positive reinforcement to peers of all ability levels in activity settings.
c. Analyze potential causes and solutions to conflict in activity settings.
d. Explore ways of contributing to the community through academic service projects.

05.01 Safety First and Sportsmanship (Participation Skill and Techniques)

SAFETY FIRST: It is so important that you stay safe while being physically active. It can be easy to get injured while exercising if you don't educate yourself first about whatever activity you are participating in. Some injuries (like bruises or scrapes) are minor and heal quickly. Some (like bad sprains, fractures or strains) may sideline you for months and result in chronic pain as you get older. In the worst instances, traumatic brain injury (TBI) or paralysis could limit your opportunities for the rest of your life, or your death could leave your family and friends grieving. You may have heard on the news about veterans coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan with traumatic brain injuries that change their personalities, damage their memory, or even affect their ability to balance, walk, talk and hold down a job. Football players and boxers also often suffer from TBI, and repeated concussions sometimes cause degenerative brain problems that are irreversible. Soldiers in a combat zone don't have the option of avoiding dangerous situations, but you do. Along with other safety precautions, always use safety equipment, especially a helmet, if appropriate for your sport. A helmet can help protect your brain from hard impacts caused by speed, hard surfaces, collisions and falls from high above the ground in activities like biking, half-pipe, skiiing, football, skating and horseback riding. *READ the first 5 links to learn about safety tips you can use. On the "Effects of TBI" website, make sure you click on all the links on the left side of the website to discover the effects, causes, prevention and definitions of TBI. SPORTSMANSHIP: No one likes to play a game with someone who has a bad attitude. It is important to learn how to have good sportsmanship, and everyone you play with will appreciate it. The same tips will stand you in good stead in the workplace and your career. *CLICK the sixth link down,"Sportsmanship," to get some tips on how to have good sportsmanship.

VOLUNTEERING is a great way to learn to work with others. It is a very important life skill to learn how to work well with others; you have to use this skill in most workplaces, in relationships, college, etc. Also, volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community, and it makes you feel good.

Read the article about how to begin volunteering in your neighborhood. Begin thinking about something you can do in your community--for at least one of your half-hour activities in this unit, you need to volunteer.

To complete Objective 1b in the PE curriculum you are required to explore ways that you can contribute to the community through academic service projects. You will need to PARTICIPATE for a minimum of 30 MINUTES in a service activity. Below is a list of optional physical activities, service and otherwise, but you are not limited to these.

teacher-scored 35 points possible 450 minutes

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 4 of this class

You are going to spend a total of SEVEN HOURS doing one physical activity of your choice AND Participating in a Service Activity. Do NOT repeat any of the activities you did in previous units. You may include the time it takes you to find the rules for any new activity as part of your hours, and the time it takes you to fill out your ACTIVITY WORKSHEETS.  Six 1/2 Hours will be participating in an activity and the other 1/2 Hour will be participlating in a SERVICE ACTIVITY.

Activities

Golf, archery, bowling, weight training, aerobics, walking, jogging, social dance, rope jumping, disc golf, disc football, in-line skating, biking, fishing, martial arts, yoga, climbing, skiing, tennis, hiking, step class, croquet, badminton, horseshoes, soccer, basketball, baseball, Frisbee and aquatics.

Remember to log your pulse information in your Fitness Tracking spreadsheet (the one you started in unit 4) at least once a week. Use the internet, books, or an knowledgeable instructor to find the rules and/or equipment you need if you are trying a new activity. REMEMBER, that safety comes first with whatever activity you choose. Copy and paste the worksheet (between the asterisks ***** below) into a word processing document on your computer to answer the questions. Please put your answers in all caps or in bold. After you are finished, go to the submission page 05.01 and follow the instructions there to paste in and submit the worksheet.

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Some possibilities (you don't have to choose from this list; these are just to give you ideas): do yard work for someone who is elderly or ill; help out with a youth soccer or dance team's practices; teach neighborhood kids to play flag football; organize an air-soft competition; participate in a charity walk-a-thon or 5K; help with grooming or walking dogs at an animal rescue, or for a busy neighbor; do a 'trash patrol' around your neighborhood to clean up aluminum cans, plastic bags and other litter; take a younger sibling or neighbor for a walk, bike ride, or game of one-on-one basketball; or any other volunteer service you can think of that will involve your physical activity.

There is a link titled "Volunteering" that may help you in decided on your service activity.This activity will count as part of your total seven hours of activities for Unit 5. 

Click on the link "Service Activities" for some additional ideas. You may have to adjust them to your area.

When you have finished the activity, answer the following questions... (**REMEMBER ONE word answers are not enough information)

 

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Standard 5 Activity Worksheet

Physical Activity

1. a. What activity did you choose to do for your six 1/2 hours of exercise? b. How many hours did you spend on activity?

2. What are the basic rules of the Sport you participated in? (MINIMUM OF 2)

3. What are the risks involved in this Sport? (MINIMUM OF 2)

4. What are possible conflicts that might develop when participating in this Sport? How do you manage these conflicts? (MINIMUM OF 2 CONFLICTS and list a way to MANAGE EACH)

5. What Safety Equipment/Regulations are required? (All sports/activities require some form of safety equipment or safety regulations) (MINIMUM OF 2)

 

Service Activity

1) What did you do for your service activity?

2) How many hours did you spend on the service activity?

3) Why you chose this activity,?

4) How did the activity go?

5) Who/what was helped? 

 

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS

7. List three ways that you can show good sportsmanship:

8. Where do you think it would be fun to volunteer in your community?

9. What do you think is the most important thing you have learned in this course so far?

10. List the sources you used to find information about the activity(s) you participated in.

11. Type your name and the date:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.


05.03 Unit 5 Test (Participation Skills and Techniques)

computer-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Instructions: You MUST score at least 60% to receive credit for the assignment but don't worry if you don't get at least 60% the first time since you can retake the test as many times as you need to reach that percentage or an even higher percentage. This assignment should be completed by WEEK 5 of this class

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.


05.04 Applying your Skills: Video 5 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 25 points possible 60 minutes

Unit 5 Video This assignment should be completed by WEEK 5 of this class

INSTRUCTIONS: You will need to submit an instructional video demonstrating an exercise of your choice from this list. If you are unable to make a video of YOURSELF, you can use powerpoint to create a presentation USING pictures of YOU demonstrating the basics skills for the exercise you have chosen. (As in Quarter 1.....there needs to be as many pictures as there are CRTICAL CUES for each exercise.) 

****Here is the list of acceptable activities you can choose from

*** You must choose an activity from THIS LIST

volleyball, football, hockey, baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, golf, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee

SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT. Take all reasonable safety precautions for the chosen activity. You may not receive credit if your teacher finds that you have not taken safety into consideration. *You will need to demonstrate the correct way to do whatever exercise you choose. You must research the correct form and sequence for your activity (use books or the internet, or ask your coach if you have one for the activity).

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE VIDEO: *Your video needs to be at least one minute long and NO longer than two minutes. If you would rather take pictures and use a video editor program to make a video/powerpoint to create your video, you can but you must have a minimum of 4-6 pictures.

*You MUST be the star of your video, the video needs to be of YOU teaching and demonstrating how to perform the skill or exercise, so you might need to get a friend to do the filming. You will also be the narrator of the video.

*Assume that you are making this video for another student who has never tried your particular activity/sport.                           

*You CANNOT use the same video for another other PE Skills and Techniques, including both quarters. Example: If the activity you choose was tennis, you would need to show the basic skills of tennis, such as:

How to grip the tennis racket. How to serve a tennis ball. What a backhand swing looks like and how to accomplish it. Etc.

 

CRITIQUE QUESTIONS: After you have created your video, Answer the following questions. MAKE SURE YOUR ANSWERS ARE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES OR PARAGRAPHS. Please put all answers in bold or UPPER CASE.

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When you have completed this process, Submit your video in the submission box by pasting your url in the text box. Make sure you include the following obervation questions:

1. From the list of acceptable activities - volleyball, football, hockey, baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, golf, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee - which did you choose to teach and demonstrate?

2. What source(s) you used to research the correct technique.

3. What you learned from watching yourself in the video about how you might improve your technique in your activity (ie, critique yourself).

4. What are the safety issues involved in the sport you choose to demonstrate and teach?

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INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO: You will need a computer with a connection to the Internet and your digital video content (under two minutes, please). 

You can choose between 

"YouTube" - web based option

"Photobucket" - image hosting and video hosting website

"UPLOAD your video to your GOOGLE drive" to host your video assignments. 

You will need to create an account for YouTube or Photobucket. Follow the instructions to upload and share your videos. "YouTube" will take a little longer to upload.

WHICHEVER resource you decide to use to submit your video..... you need to Submit the LINK to your video with your Questions in the assignment Submission, so the questions and the Video are together to be graded. 

****DO NOT send the video to my EMAIL!!! *****

In YouTube, you need to make your video "available to the world." When you go to the "My Videos" section of your YouTube account, play the video you want to submit. At this point you need to click on the "Share this Video" then copy the URL address in the URL and paste it in the Text Entry with your Questions or the comment box and submit it WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT

Photobucket is very similar. If you don't have a video camera, you can use still images in a slide show with narration that is converted to digital video.

IF you decide to NOT use PHOTOBUCKET or YOUTUBE... You can upload your video or power point to your GOOGLE drive and share it and then copy the link, and paste it into the text entry submission page with your Questions and submit it.

Please make sure your video is in one of the following formats or you will have to redo the video.

 

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.


06.0 Unit 6 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

Students will value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self expression,
and/or social interaction.

Objective 1: Demonstrate a respect for differences among people in activity settings.

a. Work positively with others in diverse settings and groups.
b. Explore/research sports and activities of other cultures.
c. Value what each participant can do in an activity rather than emphasizing individual
weaknesses.
d. Recognize students who do not feel included and make a deliberate effort to
involve them in activities.

Objective 2: Recognize that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment.

a. Use physical activity to reduce the stress of everyday life through participation in activities
that are personally rewarding.
b. Utilize recreational facilities that are available in the community.
c. Enjoy the satisfaction of interacting, participating, and competing with others in physical
activities.

06.01 Peer Pressure and Involving Everyone (Participation Skills and Techniques)

PEER PRESSURE:
Peer pressure can be a good thing or a bad thing. It is always important to make your own decisions, but our friends can influence our decisions in a good way or a bad way. Make sure you think about the consequences with any decision you make, and don't do something you aren't comfortable with just because others are doing it.

INVOLVE EVERYONE:
On the other hand, you can also be the one who is pressuring others, and you might not even realize it. It is important to treat others in a kind way, and this includes when you are playing sports. Your teammates will be watching to see how you treat the player that isn't very good at the sport or how you treat the opposing team's players. Even if you don't intend it, your behavior and choices exert a subtle peer pressure on your friends and others around you.

Good sportsmanship and safety are always important, and you can be an example of these to everyone you meet and to younger participants you may not realize respect you as a role model.

*CLICK the first link, "Peer Pressure," and read the article. You can use the skills in the article to help you avoid being peer pressured into something that could be harmful to you or to others.

Below is an article on culture shock, and you may wonder what that has to do with P.E. Well, sometimes it can be a culture shock for a student to play a new sport that they have never played before, and even more so if it is a sport they haven't ever heard of.

A few decades ago, people in wheelchairs or with other disabilities were automatically excluded from most sports and activities. Everyone just assumed that someone with a disability either couldn't do it, or wouldn't want to.

It is important to include others when playing a sport, even if they aren't very good. Sometimes it can be a challenge to include everyone, especially people who have had bad experiences with the sport or activity in the past, and may be afraid of being ridiculed (see the third link below). Someone who has never participated before may need help to learn how, but be embarrassed to ask. Go out of your way to encourage everyone to participate, and offer one-on-one 'coaching' to help others improve their skills.

*READ the last three links and think about how you can apply these ideas.

teacher-scored 50 points possible 90 minutes

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 6 of this class You will write an essay about the importance of physical activity. Overview of assignment

Purpose: to persuade and inform Audience: teens and young adults who don’t want to participate in physical activities, OR who don’t want to allow less skillful players to participate Topic: Why is physical activity important to everyone? Think about this first in terms of general categories of people (for instance, children, parents, the elderly, people with disabilities, people under stress, students, employees, women, men etc). Then, for the body of your essay, choose a few specific categories (for instance, in the general category of people with disabilities, you might think about someone with autism, someone in a wheelchair, or someone with cystic fibrosis; in the general category of people under stress, someone whose parent is serving in a combat zone, helping take care of a grandparent with Alzheimer’s, being bullied, or a college student who is having financial trouble, etc). [Note: don’t just copy my categories! You can use one of them, but come up with at least two of your own.] Include examples of personal experiences--things you have seen or done. Length: at least 400 words.

Overview of grading This essay will be graded on the six traits of writing. Ideas & content will count 50%. Organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency and conventions will each count 10%.

Content by paragraph Structure
1. Begin with a thesis statement about physical activity being important to everyone. Then, in two or three sentences, tell why this is true for at least four general categories of people. Introduction: Write at least four complete sentences.
2. Choose one or two specific categories of people to focus on in this paragraph. Do some quick research, and include a quote or statistic about how common one of them is. Topic sentence, then three+ sentences with supporting details and examples
3. Choose one or two other specific categories of people to focus on in this paragraph. Include a personal experience that is relevant. You might include another quote. Topic sentence, then three+ sentences with supporting details and examples
4. Suggest some reasons/excuses people might give why the categories of people you discussed shouldn’t be involved in a sport or physical activity. Explain why these reasons or excuses are wrong, or not important enough. Include another personal experience that is relevant. You might include another quote. Topic sentence, then three+ sentences with supporting details and examples
5. Suggest actions people should take in the future to support your thesis – OR – Sum up why physical activity has been important in your own life. End with a general statement about the specific categories of people you discussed in the middle paragraphs. Conclusion: At least three complete sentences
(below main essay) List all of the places where you found information. Works cited: The author’s name (last name first) should be listed first, if you know the author. The title of the book, website or article is next. Include the url’s of any websites.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.


06.02 Different Sports Around The World (Participation Skills and Techniques)

Check out different sports from around the world on the link below to Google Earth.

Like everything else in our age of instant communication, sports and other physical activities are going global! Not that long ago, soccer/football was a European game, skiing was Scandinavian, baseball and basketball were American, and cricket and rugby were British. Now people all over the world are at least vaguely familiar with many sports that used to be nearly unknown; NFL fans in Hungary watch the Superbowl, and basketball is popular in China. Sports are an important part of culture, so understanding each other's sports can help us build bridges to understanding other cultures.

You need to view ALL videos. There will be questions from ALL of these videos on the final and the Unit Test. But there is no assignment with this lesson.

(Some videos will have a short commercial at the beginning, which you can ignore.) I would suggest that you watch each one of these videos so you know what each sport is and were it originated from so you will do well on the final.

06.03 Yoga, Pilates, and Stress Relief (Participation Skills and Techniques)

YOGA AND PILATES:
One of the best things about getting active is trying out new activities. Yoga and Pilates are two exercises that have become quite popular over the last few years.

*READ the first two links to learn about Yoga and Pilates. Both articles give examples of Yoga and Pilates, so go ahead and give them a try.

STRESS RELIEF:
We hear the word "stress" a lot, and most of us know what it feels like to be stressed, but what we need to know is how to handle our stress. Being physically active, whether it is playing a sport, going to the gym, or taking a walk, can really help reduce and relieve stress.

*READ the third link, "Stress" to get a better understanding of what stress is, and how to manage it.

teacher-scored 25 points possible 450 minutes

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 7 of this class You are going to spend a total of SEVEN HOURS doing one physical activity of your choice.

Do NOT repeat any of the activities you did in previous units. You may include the time it takes you to find the rules for any new activity as part of your hours, and the time it takes you to fill out your ACTIVITY WORKSHEETS. Below is a list of optional physical activities, but you are not limited to these:

Golf, archery, bowling, weight training, aerobics, walking, jogging, social dance, rope jumping, disc golf, disc football, in-line skating, biking, fishing, martial arts, yoga, climbing, skiing, tennis, hiking, step class, croquet, badminton, horseshoes, soccer, basketball, baseball, Frisbee and aquatics.

Remember to log your pulse information in your Fitness Tracking spreadsheet (FITT Log 04.02) at least once a week. Use the internet, books, and/or a coach or teacher to find the rules and/or equipment you need if you are trying a new activity. REMEMBER that safety comes first with whatever activity you choose. Copy and paste this worksheet (the part between the asterisks*) into a word processing document on your computer. Answer the questions in bold or capital letters, and save a copy for yourself.

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STANDARD 6 ACTIVITY WORKSHEET 

1. What activity did you choose to do for your seven hours of exercise?

2. How many hours did you spend on your activity?
 
3. What did you enjoy or dislike about this activity?
4. What recreation facilities are available in your community? (this could be a gym, park, or a trail to run, bike or walk on, etc.) List at least ten, starting with those closest to where you live.
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5. What are TWO things you can do to avoid being peer pressured into things? 
a.
b.
 
6. What are THREE things you can do to reduce your stress?
a.
b.
c.
 
7. How can you make, or how have you made, an effort to include other students in activities? Give a specific examples.
 
8. Why do you think it is important to learn to work well with others on your team?
 
9. Give an example of:
***a time when it would be appropriate for you to take leadership,
***and a time it would be appropriate for you to follow someone else's leadership.
These examples may be from your past experiences, or you may write about hypothetical situations.
 
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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.


06.04 Unit 6 Review Test (Participation Skills and Techniques)

computer-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Instructions: You MUST score at least 60% to receive credit for the assignment but don't worry if you don't get at least 60% the first time since you can retake the test as many times as you need to reach that percentage or an even higher percentage

This assignment should be completed by WEEK 7 of this class

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.


06.05 Applying your Skills: Video 6 (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 25 points possible 60 minutes

Unit 6 Video This assignment should be completed by WEEK 8 of this class

INSTRUCTIONS:  You will need to submit an instructional video demonstrating an exercise of your choice from the following list. If you are unable to make a video of YOURSELF, you can use powerpoint to create a presentation USING pictures of YOU demonstrating the basics skills for the exercise you have chosen. (As in Quarter 1.....there needs to be as many pictures as there are CRTICAL CUES for each exercise.) 

****Here is the list of acceptable activities you can choose from  - They are Yoga or Pilates poses

*** You must choose an activity from THIS LIST

Tree Pose, Warrior Pose, low/high Lunge, Downward Dog, Cobra, Plank, Roll-up, Superman/Swimming(not in the water), Double Leg Stretch, The Saw.

SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT. Take all reasonable safety precautions for the chosen activity. You may not receive credit if your teacher finds that you have not taken safety into consideration. *You will need to demonstrate the correct way to do whatever exercise you choose. You must research the correct form and sequence for your activity (use books or the internet, or ask your coach if you have one for the activity).

You will also need to discuss the importance of these poses and how they can bring stress relief as it relates to your activity of choice.
 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE VIDEO:. *Your video needs to be at least one minute long and NO longer than two minutes. If you would rather take pictures and use a video editor program to make a video/powerpoint to create your video, you can but you must have a minimum of 4-6 pictures.

*You MUST be the star of your video, the video needs to be of YOU teaching and demonstrating how to perform the skill or exercise, so you might need to get a friend to do the filming. You will also be the narrator of the video.

*Assume that you are making this video for another student who has never tried your particular activity/sport.                           

*You CANNOT use the same video for another other PE Skills and Techniques, including both quarters. Example: If the activity you choose was tennis, you would need to show the basic skills of tennis, such as:

How to grip the tennis racket. How to serve a tennis ball. What a backhand swing looks like and how to accomplish it. Etc.

CRITIQUE QUESTIONS: After you have created your video, Answer the following questions. MAKE SURE YOUR ANSWERS ARE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES OR PARAGRAPHS. Please put all answers in bold or UPPER CASE.

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Make sure you include the following:

1. From the list of acceptable activities - Tree Pose, Warrior Pose, low/high Lunge, Downward Dog, Cobra, Plank, Roll-up, Superman/Swimming(not in the water), Double Leg Stretch, The Saw - which activity did you choose to teach and demonstrate?

2. What source(s) you used to research the correct technique.

3. What you learned from watching yourself in the video about how you might improve your technique in your activity (ie, critique yourself).

4. How can this pose you choose to demonstrate bring stress relief?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.


07.01 Proctored Final (Participation Skills and Techniques)

teacher-scored 120 points possible 75 minutes

Go to the next section, and there you will see instructions on how to arrange your proctored final test. Follow the instructions there to take the test. Good luck! This assignment should be completed by WEEK 9 of this class

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 9 of your enrollment date for this class.


Proctored Final Test

Instructions for taking the Proctored Final Test: Be sure you complete the "READY" assignment on the front page of your class to let your teacher know you are ready for the proctored final. Also, be sure to take the test within three weeks of completing the class coursework. You must receive 60% or better on the final in order to pass the class.