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1 Clayton Ellis Aurora Central High School – Aurora, Colorado 2010 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year Central District AHPERD – VP-Elect for Dance – Past President -COAHPERD President - Colorado Governor’s Council for Active & Healthy Living – Handouts -

2 #Broccoli - aka. I’m Here, Let’s GO! Wichita Public Schools Re-energize your teaching with this multi- headed monster of a session that includes advocacy for your program, appropriate practice's, assessment, classroom management, curriculum development, Jump and Hoops for Heart at the HS level.

3 Classroom Management Warm-up Activity – 4 Circuit Stations Taking Attendance Attention Command – “Hooty-Hoo!”, “Cowabunga!”, “Chah-reot!” Attendance / Note-cards Divide class into groups - Colored Cards Instructional Lines Exercise Lines Grouping students Finger Groups Clumping with music Formative Assessment

4 Books and Resources Dr. John Ratey – “Spark” Dr. John Medina – “Brain Rules” Jean Blaydes – Action Based Learning

5 Brain Activities Switch, Change, Rotate “Gotcha!” Thumb and Index Finger Change/Nose and Ear Change Neck/Chin Infinity Sign Hip Stretch / Elbow to Knee Stretch Crazy Eights Music Conductor Hook-Ups Rock, Paper, Scissors Knife-hand Strike Passing Out Papers Double, This, That

6 Brain Activity – Partner & Group Double, Double This, This Double, Double That, That Double This Double That Double, Double This, That

7 Find Someone Who Knows….. Double Circle - Literacy Activity When the music stops, match-up with the closest person in the opposite line and discuss: Five Health Related Fitness Components Six Skill Related Fitness Components F.I.T.T. Guidelines Five Fitness Principles Six National Standards for Physical Education The Benefits of Physical Activity

8 Find Someone Who Knows….. What does the acronym F.I.T.T. stand for? F= I= T= Guidelines for training! List the 5 Health-Related Fitness Components in alphabetical order: What are the 2 main areas of physical fitness? List the 6 skill-related fitness components in alphabetical order: List 5 fitness principles On the back of this paper, 1. list the 6 National Physical Education Standards. 2. List as many benefits of physical activity as you can. List the 3 parts of a workout:

9 This is NOT a Weight Lifting Session! This is a teach what is on your Syllabus Session! What do you teach to your physical education classes?

10 This is NOT a Weight Lifting Session! This is a teach what is on your Syllabus Session! 2013 National Standards for Physical Education The goal of physical education is to develop physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. To pursue a lifetime of healthful physical activity, a physically literate individual: Has learned the skills necessary to participate in a variety of physical activities. Knows the implications of and the benefits from involvement in various types of physical activities. Participates regularly in physical activity. Is physically fit. Values physical activity and its contributions to a healthful lifestyle.

11 2013 National Standards for Physical Education Standard 1- The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns. Standard 2- The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance. Standard 3- The physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness. Standard 4- The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others. Standard 5- The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression and/or social interaction.

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13 Frisbee Calorie Blaster Body Composition Discuss Benefits of a healthy body composition. Seven bowling pins are set up at each end of the playing area in the neutral zone. Objective is to knock down the other teams pins by sliding the Frisbee along the ground without crossing the mid-court line. Each Bowling Pin represents 500 Calories (3500 Calories =1 pound)

14 Frisbee Calorie Blaster continued Teams can consist of: Throwers, Defenders, Retrievers. (switch positions after points are scored or between each round) Skill Assessment – Frisbee Throw Cognitive Assessment – Name activities they enjoy doing that expend calories and promote healthy body composition. Modify – for other activities From: Physical Best Activity Guide: Middle and High School Levels, 2 nd Edition, by NASPE, 2005, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics

15 Mission Push-Up Possible Health Related Fitness Components Muscular Endurance & Muscular Strength Review FITT, (Intensity) Review the Principle of Progression Your Mission is to design five different push-ups Range in difficulty from 1. LEAST difficult to 5. MOST difficult May use a mat, chair, wall, fitness ball etc. Name each Push-up, and illustrate each push-up in order of difficulty. (Stick figure drawings are acceptable.) Assessment Individual Student Progress Sheet, Groups Share how the activity relates to the Health Related Fitness Components, Intensity, Progression, Standards. From: Physical Best Activity Guide: Middle and High School Levels, 2 nd Edition, by NASPE, 2005, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics

16 Sport Education Model Coach/Manager (Tactical Expert) Health Related Fitness Expert (Trainer) Skill Related Fitness Expert (Drills) Equipment Manager Reporter (Attendance, Scorekeeper, etc…) Official (Rules Expert) Players

17 Circuit Training Stations Agility Ladders Fitness Balls Jump Rope Kettle Bells Medicine Balls Resistance Bands

18 Teambuilding Activities Grouping students Finger Groups Clumping with music Spin Round-Round Team Juggling 1-3 balls/Group Lead-up to Squat Jump throws & Hooverball Light Ball Medicine Ball

19 Hooverball

20 Level – 6-12 Training Concept – Type/Specificity Health-Related Fitness Component – Muscular Endurance & Strength Purpose/Objective – T.L.W. demonstrate muscular end. & strength through participation in the game Hooverball. Standards – All six National Standards Equipment – Volleyball court, 4-6lb Medicine Ball Procedure: Introduction of Concepts – Teambuilding Activities, Skill practice with lighter balls. Activity Steps/Directions – Throwing Jump Squats, Underhand Throws Closure/Assessment – 3 pt. Rubric through game play Inclusion Tip – Pass to each player on your team before volleying.

21 Curriculum Development Turning Over a New Leaf Activity What units do you currently teach? List all the units you have taught in the last year. Circle all of the Team Sports activities.

22 Curriculum Development Turning Over a New Leaf Activity What units are you going to teach in the next year? List as many units as you can from the following categories. Dual and Individual Sports Rhythm And Dance Adventure Sports Team Sports Cross out the Team Sports from the other side of the paper.

23 Advocacy, Advocacy, Advocacy Brain Research District Curriculum Council Dialog Classes NASPE “Speak-Out” day, or “Lobby Day” Other AAHPERD days on the hill State “Lobby Day” State Report Card (Shape of the Nation) District Leadership District School Board Newsletters, Newspapers, News TV stations Website, Flyers, Video’s, Family Fitness/Health Nights. “Let’s Move Active Schools!”

24 Initiatives Let’s Move Active Schools Presidents Youth Fitness Program American Heart Association Jump Rope for Heart Hoops for Heart

25 Use martial arts in a variety of ways to warm- up a class or use as a standalone unit.

26 Standard 1- The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns. Standard 2- The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance. Standard 3- The physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health- enhancing level of physical activity and fitness. Standard 4- The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others. Standard 5- The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction National Standards:

27 HS Physical Education in Korea

28 Classroom Management Warm-up Activity Attention Command – Chah-reot Attendance / Note-cards Divide class into groups Instructional Lines Exercise Lines Formative Assessment Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

29 Brain Activities Switch, Change, Rotate “Gotcha!” Thumb and Index Finger Change/Nose and Ear Change Neck/Chin Infinity Sign Hip Stretch / Elbow to Knee Stretch Crazy Eights Music Conductor Basketball Figure Eights – Passing/Dribbling – (Paper) Knife-hand Strike Passing Out Papers

30 Equipment Swim Noodles - $.50 - $2.00 Focus Pads – $14.95-$29.95 Alligator Pads - $ $27.95 Wave Master – $ $ Boxer - Inexpensive Cardio Station - $29.99 Body Shields $ $79.00 Re-breakable Boards - $ $40.00 Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

31 Warm-ups or Circuit Training Stations Practice individual Moves Cardiovascular Kick-Boxing – Music - “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor Relays Segmented Form Total Form American Tae Kwon Do Association Songahm Tae Kwon Do White Belt Form 18 moves Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

32 Stances: Attention - Chah-reot Front Middle Sparring Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

33 Ki-Hap – Is Korean for the “YELL” that martial artists practice when executing their techniques. Forces the students to breath and use oxygen. Gives them extra power during their techniques. Builds confidence through vocalization. Relieves stress Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

34 Balance & Flexibility: Balance Walk #2 Stretching Kicks Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

35 Punch (Jab) Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

36 Reverse Punch (Cross) Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

37 Knife-hand Strike Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

38 Strikes: (Focus Pads) Punch (Jab) Front hand Reverse Punch (Cross) Back hand Knife-hand Strike Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

39 Cardiovascular Endurance Fitness Ball Punches Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

40 High Block Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

41 Inner Forearm Block (Muscle Block) Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

42 Low Block Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

43 Blocks: (Noodle Groups) High Inner Forearm (Muscle) Low Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

44 Muscular Strength & Endurance Planks & Push-Ups Front Stance - Step and Punch Relay Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

45 Kicks: (Alligator Pads) (1, 2, 3, 4) Front Side Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

46 #2 Front Kick Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

47 #3 Side Kick with a Ki-hap Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

48 Cardio – Kick Boxing 1 Jab 2 Cross 3 Kick with the Front Leg 4 Kick with the back leg With Music - “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

49 Songahm #1 - 9th Grade White Belt Form

50 Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class 1 st Nine Techniques “June Be” Ready “Si-Jak” GO Step and High Block Reverse Punch #2 Front Kick Low Block Step and Punch Inner Forearm Block #3 Side Kick with a Ki-hap Knife-hand Strike Step and Punch 2 nd Nine Techniques Step and High Block Reverse Punch #2 Front Kick Low Block Step and Punch Inner Forearm Block #3 Side Kick with a Ki-hap Knife-hand Strike Step and Punch Freeze - “Barro” Ready

51 Self Defense Joan L. Neide Joan L. Neide Teaching Self-Defense in Secondary Physical Education By Joan L. NeideJoan L. Neide Human Kinetics $23.00 Hi-YAWW! Incorporate Martial Arts into a General PE class

52 Brain Video – Dr. John Ratey

53 Brain Video - Naperville

54 Brain Video – Jean Blaydes

55 Brain Video – Dr. John Medina

56 Yoga – Cool down Mountain Pose Upward Salute Standing Lateral Flexion Warrior 1 Warrior 2 Warrior 3 Reverse Warrior Triangle Reverse Triangle Downward Facing Dog Cobra or Upward Facing Dog Childs Pose Cat/Cow Stretch Butterfly Progression Pretzel Progression Final Relaxation

57 Contact Information Clayton Ellis - Handouts Handouts


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