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  • 1. The New Physical Education This presentation provides an overview of ourcurriculum. If you have any questions, contact me at the following. E-mail: sebodner@crimson.ua.edu Skype: Sebodner
  • 2. Essential What does it mean to be aQuestion team?Unit What can a team do to win?Question(s)Content What roles exist for students inQuestions team play?
  • 3. Summary• Students will be assigned teams.• Teams will create a name, logo, and jersey design.• Students will be assigned team roles.• Students will have the responsibility of managing the role though out the course.• Teams will develop strategies in pre-season, and use specific strategies for the regular and post season.
  • 4. Role of the Teacher• The role of the teacher is to help guide students to come up with strategies. This includes teaching students how to utilize the I- pad.• I want to give more responsibilities to the students, but I will be there to guide, and to help with transitions.• I will also help give performance feedback.
  • 5. Role of Parent• The role of the parent is making sure their child lives an active and healthy lifestyle. Parents need to encourage their child to be the best they can be.• Parents can also help their student customize the jersey they wear for the team.
  • 6. Role of the student• Every student will be a player in the sport.• It may be manager, coach, equipment manager, warm-up leader…• Every student will referee at least 2 games.• Student will wear a pedometer and will record their steps at the end of each day.
  • 7. Benefits of Unit• Students will be physically active.• Students will have individual responsibilities.• Student will learn how to develop strategies and work on collaboration.• Students will work on motor skills.
  • 8. Standards• 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.• Standard 3:• 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-expression, and/or social interaction.• - http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/standards/nationalStandards/PEstandards.cfm
  • 9. Objectives• Work on collaboration• Learn new fine motor skills.• Develop strategies.• Learn new technologies – I-pad• Be physically active, pedometers.
  • 10. Project Based P.E.• Project based is about collaboration, accountability, information literacy, and critical thinking. It is about communication and problem solving, leadership and accountability. Students will have to work together, one as a coach, one manager, one warm up leader and so on. Students will learn accountability through refereeing, and collaboration as a team.• Students will wear pedometers as well learn how to use I-pads for strategies.