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1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH COURSES PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH KINDERGARTEN GRADE 2 The Kindergarten through Grade 2 Physical Education program is designed to develop a positive attitude in children toward physical activity. The introduction to good health behaviors and habits and appropriate social relationships provides a foundation for developing one s physical, social, mental, and emotional well-being. Students gross motor skills, fine motor skills, and kinesthetic awareness are increased through participation in a variety of movement-oriented games and activities that stress learning through fun. Basic skill development and lead-up games provide opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the various individual and team sports they will engage in during grades 3-5. PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH GRADES 3-5 The purpose of the Intermediate Physical Education/Health program is to develop each student physically, socially, and emotionally through developmentally appropriate activities which lead to a healthy and productive life. Students gross motor skills, fine motor skills, and kinesthetic awareness are developed through participation in a variety of movement-oriented games and activities. Emphasis on basic physical movement skills and orientation to organized sports is offered. Good health practices and cooperative social participation is encouraged. 2

2 GRADES 6-8 PHYSICAL EDUCATION As middle school students grow and develop physically and socially, it becomes important for them to understand how the various physical systems of the human body function are interrelated. These students also need to engage in appropriate fitness and movement skills, participate in cooperative team building, and develop physically active habits which promote physical, mental, and social well-being. The middle school program includes team sports and individual sports, physical conditioning, and dance/rhythms. HEALTH Students who are physically, mentally, and socially well are better able to benefit from school learning experiences and to develop good lifetime health habits. Middle school students, who are at a critical stage for making decisions, need health education which focuses on awareness of health issues and develops behaviors which lead to good health habits and responsible social skills. The Health course encompasses instruction in systems of the human body, personal health practices, and injury prevention and safety. It also includes instruction in disease prevention and control, including AIDS, and use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. 3

3 GRADES TH GRADE PHYSICAL EDUCATION The purpose of the 9 th grade physical education class is to provide the student with a physically active lifestyle that will promote individual fitness and wellness. Through a myriad of team and individual sports and activities, students will develop physical skills and appropriate social interactions. Important health concepts will be reinforced through health literacy to impact individual well-being and that of others. Emphasis is placed on developing health and wellness knowledge through a variety of physical education activities. Team, individual and rhythmic activities will be introduced along with health concepts. BOYS TEAM SPORTS The purpose of our team sports classes is to develop physically active students who demonstrate appropriate social skills and rule applications that allow them to participate in a variety of team activities. First semester offers physical conditioning, basketball, flag football, physical fitness assessment, soccer, speedball, team handball, and volleyball. Second semester offers physical fitness assessment, softball, physical conditioning, tumbling/gymnastics, volleyball, track and field, flag football, social dance, and team handball 4

4 GIRLS TEAM SPORTS The purpose of our team sports classes is to develop physically active students who demonstrate appropriate social skills and rule applications that allow them to participate in a variety of team activities. First semester offers physical conditioning, basketball, flag football, team handball, physical fitness assessment, soccer, and volleyball. Second semester offers physical conditioning, physical fitness assessment, softball, social and creative dance, track and field, tumbling/gymnastics, volleyball, team handball, and basketball. CO-ED LIFETIME SPORTS The purpose of coed sports is to provide the student with a knowledge of a variety of lifetime activities, as well as develop the social skills necessary to successfully participate in these activities. First semester offers physical conditioning, bowling, badminton, tennis, softball, volleyball, and physical fitness assessment. Second semester offers bowling, softball, volleyball, golf, dance, physical fitness assessment, badminton, and tennis. PHYSICAL FITNESS AND CONDITIONING The purpose of our physical fitness classes is to establish individual fitness goals attainable through weight training and a variety of aerobic activities, as well as providing the individual with a working knowledge of the muscular, skeletal, and cardiovascular systems. This course focuses on physical strength and conditioning activities for personal fitness. The student will be involved in the following: aerobics and plyometrics, upper and lower body strength training, and cardiovascular activity, and physical fitness assessment. 5

5 ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION The purpose of the adaptive physical education class is to provide individuals that have special needs the opportunity to develop their physical, mental, and social skills through a myriad of activities and sports that are best suited for their individual needs. The curriculum will follow closely what is available in the regular physical education classes with adaptive strategies to fit the special needs of the individual, such as: 1) Using a beach ball, balloon or nerf ball in sports. 2) Using a wider variety of recreational games (shuffle board, table tennis, Frisbee golf, bean bag toss games, etc.) 3) Using lead-up games 4) Adapting rules, such as, allowing extra volleys or hits on a side, allowing an extra strike. 5) Adapting playing areas and equipment (making the court smaller, lowering goals, etc.) Student assistants from the community service class may provide helpand interact with students in the adaptive class. HEALTH Fostering good health behaviors leads to development of students physical, social, and emotional well-being. Good health habits prepare students to benefit from school learning experiences and to contribute to future economic competitiveness as they enter the work force. This course assists students in identifying their present level of physical and mental fitness and establishing realistic individual health goals. While the course focuses on decision-making through self-evaluation, instruction is included for CPR training, first aid, careers, and volunteerism. Two weeks of Project D.A.R.E. are taught by Grandview police officers and health instructor. 5/2002 6

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