Presentation on theme: "Physical Education 1609/2609 Wellness and Fitness Management Spring 2014."— Presentation transcript:
Physical Education 1609/2609 Wellness and Fitness Management Spring 2014
THIS CLASS IS FOR A SELF-MOTIVATED STUDENT WHO CAN ORGANIZE AND PLAN WITHOUT CONSTANT SUPERVISION!!!
IT IS NOT A PASS/FAIL CLASS
A DECISION TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS MUST BE MADE BEFORE LEAVING TONIGHT ALL NECESSARY FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT TONIGHT BEFORE LEAVING
The drop date is Feb 1t th, through your guidance counselor. Midterm exam: March 30th-31st online Physical Fitness Testing: April 1 at Warwick HS in Gym B Project: Must be received and files be accessible by April 1st (2nd 75% credit, 3rd 50% credit, 4th 25% credit, 5th 0% credit) Final Exam: June 8 th and 9 th online Gym hours can be accumulated until June 8 th.
1 st assignment DUE: Feb 10th; first & last name, student ID number, school, telephone number, , fitness center (location) and class (1609/2609)
50% Active Movement (54 hours minimum required, anything less is automatic failure) 30% Written (weekly work, quizzes, midterm, tests, final exam, physical fitness tests) 20% Student Skill Assessment (Project) 27 hours by midterm (barometer to stay on timeline, not required) Maximum of 6 hours per week and 3 hours per day count toward total hours
This course meets all State DOE requirements. 1609/2609 is ½ credit course and satisfies one of the two state required units for P. E. 1609 /2609is a graded class/Pass-Fail is not an option. As a state required course, certain standards and time requirements must be met in order to qualify for this credit. This class meets during the standard NNPS semester and must meet all NNPS standards.
All correspondence must have PE 1609/2609 in the subject line Students are responsible for site membership Students must have internet access outside school hours. Follow all fitness site membership responsibilities. Turn in assignments in a timely manner. Keep in touch with Instructor via . Complete all assignments electronically. Maintain all NNPS assigned equipment/materials and return in satisfactory condition. Students may be charged for broken or damaged equipment! Students are required to cancel membership when the site membership no longer meets their needs (at the conclusion of the class). Complete all necessary paperwork to initiate this class opportunity.
Membership at one of 5 locations Newport News Y.M.C.A Victory Y.M.C.A One Life Fitness (Gold’s) Riverside Wellnes and Fitness 5. Crossfit OP Check-out of following equipment Pedometer Check Teacher Web for new announcements, deadlines and weekly quizzes. Two meetings with Instructor Today/Introduction April 1stphysical fitness testing and project due Daily activity log submitted weekly Pedometer usage logged through WalkSmart Virginia Lifetime fitness plan. PowerPoint with application of specific skills using movement concepts & principles. Heart rate log Fit for Life assignments
SitesN.N YMCAVictory YMCAOne Life Fitness/Riverside Wellness/Crossfit OP Cost$25/month $29.95-$40/month TrackingFitLinks required Folder on file and updated after each component Membership requirement Through January OrientationSite & FitLinks Orientation 3 sessions w/trainer Minimum hours54 Maximum hours/week credited 666 Maximum hours/day credited 333
Michael Cooke & Peggy Harriman address – Teacher Web – teacherweb.com/VA/WarwickHS/PE
NEED READ-RECEIPT OR DELIVERLY RECEIPT FOR ALL ASSIGNMENTS TO ENSURE WORK HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY INSTRUCTOR AND CREDIT IS GIVEN. NOT REVIEWING TEACHERWEB AND ASSIGNMENT HAS ALREADY CHANGED FOR THE NEXT WEEK NOT KNOWING WHEN THE MIDTERM, FINAL, AND PROJECT DATES ARE. NOT PROVIDING CORRECT/COMPLETE CONTACT INFORMATION COMPUTER MALFUNCTIONS
1. Skilled Movement 2. Movement Principles and Concepts 3. Personal Fitness 4. Responsible Behaviors 5. Physically Active Lifestyle