• Grades 8-10

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION I (HS Graduating credit)

    Grades 8-10 Students will develop knowledge of fitness benefits and principles; self-management, self-assessment, and goal setting skills to help students develop their own personal fitness plan. Physical Education I is specifically designed to help students become better independent decision makers relative to their fitness and exercise habits. This course implements the adopted text book, Fitness For Life to supplement the curriculum, and uses the Ohio Department of Education Evaluation as a guide for the standards, benchmarks and rubrics. Length of course can be completed by having students attend one period per day for one semester up to everyday for the entire school year, (60 hours at a minimum for the ¼ HS graduating credit).

    Prerequisite: NA

    Ohio Physical Education Standards (Also National Standards)

    A physically literate individual:

    • Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.
    • Standard 2: Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
    • Standard 3: Demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.
    • Standard 4: Exhibits responsible, personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
    • Standard 5: Recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.

    Text:

    ·         Fitness for Life Charles B. Corbin

    Electronic Book website:

    https://www.ccsoh.us/Page/2268 

    ·         Study guides and handouts

    Requirements:

    1.    PE1Students will be required to complete written work and read chapters in the Fitness for Life text book. Students will be assigned a book for the semester and responsible for returning it at the end of the semester. In PE1 students will split time between the classroom and activity in the gym.  

     2.    Fitness exercise is required to increase cardiovascular and muscular endurance, flexibility, and strength in addition to topics covered in table 1 (page 2).

    See Physical Education Policy (Tests/quizzes, written work)

    Sample Course Schedule

    Week

    Required Reading

    Activity

    Required Assignments

    Test date/Due date

     

    Get in the Zone/Fitness Activity

    Get in the Zone/Fitness Activity

    Chapter review questions, handouts and study guides.

     

     

    Chapter 1: Fitness and Wellness for All

    Soccer

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 2: Safe and Smart Physical Activity

    Rugby

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 3: Benefits of Physical Activity

    Foosketball

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 4: How Much is Enough

    Fitness Activity

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 5: Learning Self-Management Skills

    Handball

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 6: Lifestyle Physical Activity

    Speedball

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 7: Cardiovascular Fitness

    Fitness Activity

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 8: Active Aerobics and Recreation

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 9: Active Sports and Skill-Related Fitness

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

     

     

     

     

    Week

    Required Reading

    Activity

    Required Assignments

    Test date/Due date

     

    Chapter 10: Flexibility

    TBA

    Chapter review questions, handouts and study guides.

     

     

    Chapter 11: Muscle Fitness Basic Principles

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 12: Muscular Fitness Muscular Endurance

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 13: Body Composition

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 14: Choosing Nutritious Food

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 15: Making Consumer Choices

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 16: A Wellness Perspective

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 17: Stress Management

    TBA

     

    TBA

     

    Chapter 18: Personal Program Planning

    TBA

     

    TBA