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ON YOUR MARKS
Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Coull Mrs. Turriago Mr. Humphrey Mr. Malabanan Mr. Johnson Mr. Salazar PE TEACHERS
MORE THAN JUST MORE THAN JUST PLAYING GAMES PLAYING GAMES
MYP PE is aimed at all students MYP PE is aimed at all students It is ACHIVABLE by ALL. It is ACHIVABLE by ALL.
MYP PE Physical experiencing a wide variety of activities Intellectual informed choices to lead a healthy life Social Working with Working with people as a team or in pairs people as a team or in pairs Emotional reflecting on what you have achieved
IBO LEARNER PROFILE
OPEN MINDED OPEN MINDED
THE 4 SECTIONS THE 4 SECTIONS OF MYP PE OF MYP PE
Criterion A Knowledge/Understanding Students are expected to Understand what forms health-related fitness Understand the importance of physical activity Understand the need to live a healthy lifestyle Understand the rules in games Understand and apply tactics in a game situation
Criterion B Movement Composition Students are expected to Create, select and link movements into sequences Communicate meaning and ideas through movement
Criterion C Performance/ Application Students are expected to Demonstrate movement skills in a variety of activities in / out of game situation Apply health and fitness principles (warm up) Apply tactics, strategies and rules in a game situation
Criterion D Social Skills and Personal Engagement Students are expected to Support and encourage others Reflect on your own and others performance Work cooperatively Be motivated, organized, responsible Develop positive attitudes Willingness to improve to improve Be enthusiastic for all activities Show respect for others Set goals for the future Show respect for the learning environment Take responsibility for own learning
Ways of Assessing Criterion A Question and answer Short tests / projects Leading a warm up Peer tutoring Exercise Exercise Diary Diary Umpiring/scoring Games
Ways of Assessing Criterion B Movement composition in Dance or Gymnastics lasting 1 – 3 minutes, showing meaning. Movement composition in Dance or Gymnastics lasting 1 – 3 minutes, showing meaning.
Ways of Assessing Criterion C Applying the correct tactics in games Using skills in a game situation Use of agility, speed coordination Demonstrating isolated skills
Ways of Assessing Criterion D Help / encourage peers to achieve their potential Completion of task to the best of your ability Ability to work in pairs / small groups Ability to work whilst not always under direct supervision Practicingskills Being Organized Improvement in fitness tests Develop ways of improving performance Self and peer assessment Plan, perform and evaluate activities
PE Grade per term Graded on criterion A, B, C, D End of term – list all grades given for each criterion, that term. Evaluate most appropriate mark for each criterion.
Criterion A – Criterion B – Term 2 will be the same as term 1 Criterion C – Criterion D – Add up criterion totals, use points scale to evaluate marks out of 7
PERSONAL PERFORMANCE DIARY
LEARNER PROFILE LEARNER PROFILE
PE KIT (UNIFORM) QA PE T Shirt Dark, plain shorts or long pants Appropriate footwear (& socks) QA PE Swim suit Change in appropriate changing room Change as quick as possible NO VALUABLES / JEWELLERY to PE lesson
EXCUSED PE Please bring a note from parent / guardian, stating problem. Report to PE teacher at lesson start If long term, medical note is required If an ongoing condition, need a medical note NOW. Non physical tasks will be assigned.
ACTIVITIES THIS YEAR DANCEBADMINTONTENNISFOOTBALL TRACK & FIELD STRIKING GAMES GYMNASTICSAQUATICSVOLLEYBALLSOFTBALLFITNESSBASKETBALL
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