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This is a TEMPLATE for a typical health or PE class. The orange headings are the same headings you will see in WINGS. Parents are not only encouraged, but are requested to personalize the class for their student. You may cut and paste each section (under the heading) into the appropriate box in WINGS - then you can delete any sections that don't apply and add anything you'd like to include. Please check with your SLPC if you have any questions.

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Class Title:

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PE - Group and Individual Sports

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Subject :

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Health/PE

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Description :

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General Physical Education: movement, motor skills, physical fitness, organized sports & developmentally appropriate physical activities. Activities may include formally and informally organized teams and events as well as daily activity. Practice, exhibition and learning about the history, rules and ethics of each activity will be part of the class.
This course will consist of students developing competence in versions of games, rhythmic and recreational activities. Students will develop responsible personal and social behaviors showing decision making and conflict resolution skills, etiquette and respect for others. Students achieve and maintain fitness standards and set reasonable foals for improvement and maintenance. Students exhibit a healthy lifestyle, interpret health information and promote good health.




At the request of the parent, this class is not being sought for high school credit although it meets high school graduation requirements.

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Learning Goals/EALRs:

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Please see 2011-12 Student Learning Plan Writing Instructions for how to select individualized learning goals.

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Methods of Evaluation:

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Assessment options may include: performance based observations by parents and coaches, discussion of themes, documentation of practice times, quizzes, projects, skill development and self-assessments. Satisfactory monthly progress will be determined by student working on or completing approximately 10% of the learning goals each month.

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Learning Materials:

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Materials may include but are not limited to the following: memberships (teams, fitness centers, YMCA, etc), private and/or group lessons/classes (dance, golf, tennis, etc.), health texts, audio-visual materials, newspapers, magazines, worksheets, supplemental readings, trade books, computer technology, internet research, field trips, simulations, games and idea books. CBIs may be used for tutoring or lessons.

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Learning Activities:

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Activities may include formally and informally organized teams and events as well as daily activity. Practice, exhibition and learning about the history, rules and ethics of each activity will be part of the class.