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  • 1. Markham Woods Middle SchoolPhysical Education
  • 2. What is “physical education”?
    education through being physical
    opportunity for students to participate in a variety of activities
    develops physical fitness, individual skills, and the knowledge to lead a healthy lifestyle
  • 3. Goals and Objectives for Physical Education
    • Students will understand the concept of teamwork and being a good sport
    • 4. Students will improve their level of personal fitness
    • 5. Students will improve a variety of individual skill levels
    • 6. Teachers will PROMOTE physical education behavior rather then the outcome of fitness
  • Goals and objectives continued
    • Students will develop a positive attitude towards their physical self and capabilities
    • 7. Students will appreciate physical activity as a means of maintaining a healthy lifestyle into adulthood
  • Why does your student need physical education?
  • 8. Why physical education?
    • Children today are more overweight than ever
    • 9. This trend is on the increase steadily every year
    • 10. Children today are less physically active than in previous years
  • Why physical education?
    • Children who are overweight are more likely to become adults who are overweight
    • 11. Being overweight contributes to many health-related illnesses such as heart disease and stroke
  • Where does my student’s physical education class come into the picture?
  • 12. Focus on FITNESS!
    By teaching your student HOW to improve or maintain their level of personal fitness
    By giving them opportunities in class to work hard to improve
    By providing motivation and encouragement for them to do their best
  • 13. FitnessGramTesting Program here at Markham
    Series of fitness tests that is used all over the country
    Provides accurate information about your student’s level of fitness
    Pre and Post tests will show your student’s level of improvement
  • 14. Focus on Cognitive(written) skills 30%
    Class work
    Homework
    computer work
    test
    Quizzes
    folders/portfolios
    reports
  • 15. Participation/Dressing out 35%
    daily physical education If a student comes to PE he/she is:
    *required to dress out in order to participate
    * Graded on team work and sportsmanship
  • 16. What does dressing out mean?
    ATHLETIC SHOES
    GREY SHIRT
    BLACK SHORTS
  • 17. School uniforms for Sale
    not required and can be purchase in physical education class for
  • Participation form
    Students need to have a current signed participation form on file with teacher
    Lets the teacher know if there are limitations or physical conditions that limit the participation level. ie.. asthma, diabetic, seizures, allergies, nose bleeds
  • 20. HOW TO GET AN Assigned locker!
    HAVE LOCK REGISTEREDWITH A COACH & ENGRAVED
  • 21. SKILLS 35%
    *Fitness testing(sit-ups, pushups, flexibility)
    *Unit skills test(basketball free throws, dribble drills)
  • 22. Grading System
    30% Written Work: Tests, quizzes, folders
    35% Skills
    35%Participation/ Dressing out/Effort
  • 23. INJURIES??? 3 days or less
    * Please send a note with the student the day he/she returns to school
    * include in the note what the students limitationsare( 3 DAYS MAXIMUM)
  • 24. INJURIES MORE THEN 3 DAYS
    • Please send your student with a Dr’s. note if the injury has been longer then 3 days.
    • 25. Make sure that the Dr. includes the limitations. ie..if a student broke their arm, Are they still allowed to be put on a walking program? versus NO PE for 3 weeks.
  • Continued..INJURIES MORE THEN 3 DAYS
    • If a student is given a Dr.’s note that says NO PE then the student will be given an assignment, usually bookwork to receive their participation points. LONGER THEN 4 WEEKS the student will be transferred to another class.
  • WISH LIST
  • P.I.N.
    Parent Information Network
    • sign up in the front office
    • 30. See your students current grades, what is missing or late
    • 31. Don’t have to wait until progress reports or reports to see their progress
  • THANK-YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
    TOGETHER WE CAN HELP YOUR CHILD BE SUCCESSFUL AND LEARN TO LIVE A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE….
  • 32. Contact Information
    • Mrs. Currin Office 407-871-1747
    • 33. Mrs. Lynn Office-407-871-1746
    • 34. Mr. Porter Office 407-871-1749
    • 35. Mr. Wright office 407-871-1748
    • 36. OR, e-mail teacher first name_last name@scps.k12.fl.us OR go to Markham woods home and click on teacher.