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1 DOMINICAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Physical Education Elementary School Grade 3-5 S.Y. 2015~2016 Grade Level: 3-5 Teacher: Julie Chiu Course Description The activities and topics in the Physical Education program enable young basic learners to develop their basic and movement skills, knowledge and most importantly, their attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. The course includes a wide variety of activities such as dancing, basic gymnastics, calisthenics, and basic sports skills. In addition, emphasis on developing values like sportsmanship, perseverance and fair play are incorporated to every activity. Teaching Strategies The teaching strategies for my physical education class will focus on emphasizing the physical fitness component of sport. The primary objectives of any physical education program are as follows: To foster in children a love of physical activity and play To instill a need for physical fitness in each child To develop coordination, grace, and control To provide opportunities for increased responsibility in planning, organizing, and leadership To give children as wide a skill, games, and dance experience as possible. (Unfortunately we are currently without an indoor facility this year) To present opportunities for children to belong to a group in which each child is accepted To provide experiences that will develop initiative, self-reliance, self-worth, loyalty, honesty, kindness to others, and a love of learning To develop a sense of fair play and cooperation in children and the ability to work in groups, leading to increased cultural understanding. Student Activities Each class period will be set up in the same format as long as facilities, weather and school functions permit. This format consists of five parts.

2 1. Warm-up or Physical Fitness Activity 2. Teaching Block 3. Skill Learning Block 4. Modified Game 5. Debriefing with a Cool Down Assessment/Rules If a student is in attendance at school, he will be asked to participate in class. The physical education grades are computed entirely on participation, effort & sportsmanship. 1. Dress and Participation Responsibilities a. (Consequence Options) i. 1st = Warning and minus 4 points deportment ii. 2nd = Before school detention/mr. Tank notification/ minus 4 points iii. 3rd = Two morning detentions/yellow Card/Mr. Tank calls home/minus 4 pts. iv. 4th = Referral to principal and minus 4 points (quarter failure) 2. Excuses a. If a student is not to participate in class due to illness/injury, s/he is to bring a note from parent/guardian/nurse b. If a student is to be excused for more than 3 consecutive days, a doctor's note is required (see handbook) c. If a student is to be limited in participation, a doctor's note is required 3. Miscellaneous a. No jewelry or gum (safety) b. Anytime there is an injury, notify the teacher c. Lost and found located in the physical education ballroom. d. If something is stolen during class, notify coach(es). Locking items in one of the PE lockers will reduce the potential for lost items. Required Materials Each student is required to have his/her school issued physical education shirt, physical education shorts, socks, and white shoes for each and every class. Students may use the PE lockers to use as storage during class. Students are responsible for keeping all items locked up in their locker during class. Bonus Points Procedure Help with attendance Lead warm-up Record teams on team sheets Help put out or clean up equipment Help teach a classmate a skill

3 Demonstrate good sportsmanship beyond the expected Referee a game Turn in lost items from the field Other bonus points can be awarded for any positive actions that are observed. Remember: "Actions speak louder than words." Guidelines for working in groups Respect everyone's feelings Use each others' strengths, not weaknesses Be a part of the group in some way Give positive feedback when someone does well Compete to improve your group, not necessarily against other groups Safety --always spot when someone is not touching the floor Anticipate unsafe situations Try everyone's suggestions and then formulate/try what will best fit your group. Conflict Resolution Procedure Paper/Rock/Scissor for the following situations: 1. To see who gets the ball first at the beginning of the game/match 2. If the game is a tie and a team needs to move to the next court 3. To decide who wears the pinnies 4. Disagreements in interpretation of the rules to the game 5. Other situations needing a decision Course Planner This year, because we still lack indoor facilities, there will be times when the course does not follow the routine. Such instances might be during rainy days or extreme heat. < Quarter 1 > Tentative weekly schedule ( Aug. 10 Oct.9 ) Introductory Activities: The first activity of the P.E. lesson should help produce a state of physical and mental readiness in children. It providers a general warm-up, increasing blood flow to the major muscle groups, and helps spark excitement about participating in the subsequent activities. Fitness Activities: The daily Fitness Activities serves as a specific warm-up and, used in conjunction with an introductory activity, builds overall fitness, with emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength and endurance.

4 DATE/ GR. Grade 3-5 Week 1 Aug Week 2 Aug Week 3 Aug Week 4 Aug.31- Sep.4 Week 5 Sep Week 6 Sep Week 7 Sep Week 8 Sep. 29-Oct. 2 Formation signals Signals game Movement signals Starting positions Simple tag games Partner tag Throwing tag games Cooperative shuttle warm- up Sticky hands Clear the field Give away Hoop aerobics Follow the leader Team colors tag Number tag 10 minute workout 2, 3 Kings and Queens Cross over dodge ball Obstacle course Outdoor obstacle course Aerobic hoops Evaluation <Quarter 2> Tentative weekly schedule ( Oct. 12 Dec. 18 ) Movement Awareness: The Movement Awareness activities help to develop the movement principles of space awareness, body awareness, and effort awareness and relationships. These are used to set tasks that ask What? Where? How can? And Who can? The children respond to the task or problem by exploring and experimenting at the floor level, on low apparatus, or on large apparatus, with or without equipment. Rhythms and Dance: The Rhythms and Dance activities are meant to develop creative expression Rhythmic movement, musical appreciation, and active listening skills. They Improve muscular growth and coordination, space, body, and effort awareness, and social skills in an atmosphere of fun.

5 DATE/ GR. Grade 3-5 Week 1 Oct Exploring directions Using manipulative equipment Running, faking, and dodging Week 2 Oct Jumping and hopping Jumping and hopping games Hopscotch games Week 3 Oct Nov. 30 Springing and landing Locomotion station Body shapes on apparatus Week 4 Nov.2 Nov.6 Static partner and group Partner support balance stunt in three Exploring partner relationships Week 5 Nov.9 Nov.13 Week 6 Nov.16 Nov.20 Week 7 Nov.23 Nov.27 Week 8 Nov.30 Dec.4 Exploring time and force Introducing the body axes, log rolling Backward roll progressions Hoop rolling fun Partner hoop toss and twirl fun Aerobic shakers Foot dribbling Target kicking challenges Kicking games One on one soccer Week 9 Dec.7 Dec.11 Evaluation < Quarter 3 > Tentative weekly schedule ( Jan. 4 Mar. 18 ) Play Gymnastics:

6 The play gymnastics activities progressively build muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, balance, and overall coordination. They also develop children s self-confidence and improve their posture and safety awareness. Games Skill: Game Skill activities develop the abilities children need to participate in most traditional games, such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and football as well as more innovative game, such as parachute play, scooter play, and juggling. DATE/ GR. Grade 3-5 Week 1 End line kickball Jan. 4 Jan. 8 kickball Week 2 End line kickball Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Kickball Week 3 Tee ball play Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Two bases tee ball Week 4 soccer play Jan Jan. 29 four- a side soccer Week 5 Bouncing games Feb. 1- Feb. 5 Overhand throwing at moving targets Week 6 Partner skipping using one rope Feb. 15- Feb. 19 Rope jumping station Week 7 Introducing parachute Feb. 22- Feb. 26 Inflation fun Week 8 More parachute Mar. 1- Mar. 4 Hockey stick play Week 9 Scooter relays Mar. 7- Mar. 11 Partner scooter fun Double scooter tasks Week 10 Mar. 14- Mar. 18 evaluation < Quarter 4 > Tentative weekly schedule (Mar.28 May. 27 ) Special Games: Special games activities develop leadership, cooperation, self-esteem, creativity, and a sense of fair play. The emphasis throughout these activities is on fun and teamwork, not winning or losing.

7 Closing Activities: After a vigorous physical workout, the closing activity serves as a quiet, cool-down activity and leaves children ready to continue with classroom work. DATE/ GR. Grade 3-5 Week 1 Around the world relay Mar. 28- Apr. 1 Chain relay Team dodge ball Week 2 Two legged relay Apr.4- Apr.8 Cross over dodge ball Week 3 Lost treasure Apr. 11 Apr. 15 Jump the shot Worm grab Week 4 Introduction to Frisbee throwing Apr. 18 Apr. 22 Frisbee throwing game Week 5 Station ideas1 and 2 Apr Station ideas 3 and 4 Week 6 May.2-6 Station ideas 5 and 6 Week 7 May. 9 May. 13 Evaluation

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