• Lenape Regional High School District

    Corrective Physical Education Course of Study

    Final BOE Approval May 2011

    Revised October 2009

     

    Table of Contents

     

    Members of Revision Committee

     

    Statement of Purpose

     

    Program of Studies Description

     

    Core Content Standards

     

    Textbook and Resource Materials

     

    Course Objectives/Activities

     

    Content Outline/Timeline

     

    Proof of Proficiency

     

     

    Members of Revision Committee

    Member

     

    School

    Email 

    Extension

     

    Sharon Tinucci

     

    Cherokee High School South

     

    stinucci@lrhsd.org

     

    2383

     

    Jody Stansbury

     

    Lenape High School

     

    jstansbury@lrhsd.org

     

    3392;8840

                                   

     Statement of Purpose:

    The purpose of all curriculum guides is to provide direction for instruction. They identify the written outcomes in a subject and /or grade as the basis for classroom activities and student assessment. In order to achieve maximum understanding, the objectives identified as learning outcomes must be written clearly and reflect the specific learning and behavior which are expected.

    Objectives are written as major outcomes and stated to require critical thinking. Teachers should understand that they must make careful decisions about the specific sub skills and prior learning needed to reach these objectives. These professionals are encouraged to reflect with others teaching the same curriculum for this purpose and also to identify the most appropriate resources and methods of assessment. The assessments are directly aligned with the objectives. Therefore, the objectives in this guide are designed to provide direction to the teacher in order to facilitate instructional planning.

    All teachers, parents and students should be informed of the expected outcomes (i.e. objectives) for the subject and/or grade level.

    Program of Studies Description:

    The Lenape Regional High School District fulfills the state requirements for physical education class during an injury, or temporary health need by providing a Corrective Physical Education Program. Corrective Physical Education is for an injured student, a student with a temporary health need, or to provide a student guidance and assistance in increasing an individual fitness level and increasing self-esteem.

    Core Content Standards for Health and Physical Education:

    STANDARD 2.1 (Wellness)

    All students will learn and apply health promotion concepts and skills to support a healthy, active lifestyle.

    STANDARD 2.2 (Integrated Skills)

    All students will use health-enhancing personal, interpersonal and life skills to support a healthy, active lifestyle.

    STANDARD 2.5 (Motor Skill Development)

    All students will utilize safe, efficient and effective movement to develop and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.

    STANDARD 2.6 (Fitness)

    All students will apply health-related and skill-related fitness concepts and skills to develop and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.


    Textbook and Resource Materials: Cowtail and Cobras – A Guide to Games, Initiatives, Ropes Courses and Adventure Curriculum. – by Karl Rohnke

    Silver Bullets– A Guide to Initiative Problems, Adventure Games and Trust Activities – by Karl Rohnke

    Personal Fitness5th Ed. Williams/Harageones/Johnson/Smith

    Sports Nutrition GuidebookNancy Clark, MS, RD

    Quicksilver– by Karl Rohnke

    Special Olympics materials and curriculums

    Project Adventure materials:

    http://www.pa.org/

    http://www.njahperd.org/

    Wii manuals and guidelines

    Treadmill, Bike, Elliptical Guidelines

    Dance, Dance Revolution – Play Station 2 – classroom guidelines

    Topic: Movement Skills Objective 1: The student will be able to perform fine and gross movement skills that promote safe participation in physical activities (2.5 A, B, C) Suggested Activities:

    · Recognize and apply skills necessary to operate the Wii fitness and Wii skills games.

    · Recognize and apply skills necessary to safely participate in the Dance, Dance Revolution video game.

    · Recognize and apply skill necessary to safely participate in Guitar Hero video game.

    · Practice and apply basketball skills and rules taught in class.

    · Demonstrate rules and safety procedures while participating in playground games.

    · Practice and apply volleyball techniques taught in class.

    · Practice and apply team game rules (including but not limited to pillow polo, kickball).

    · Practice and apply skills necessary to compete in life long sports (golf, washers, archery, bocce ball, badminton, tennis).

    · Cooperate with peers while playing air hockey.

    · Utilize safety precautions while using fitness equipment (tread mill, stepper, elliptical, fitness bike, and weight training machines).

    Assessments:

    1. Rubrics.

    2. Personal score and fitness cards.

    3. Observation by instructor.

    4. Cognitive tests/written and oral tests and quizzes.

    Topic: Fitness Levels and LimitationsObjective 2: The student will be able to identify their limitations, injury and/or physical fitness level in order to safely participate in a non-restricted physical education class (2.2 B, 2.2C, 2.5A, B, C, 2.6A) Suggested Activities:

    · Identify appropriate level of activity and safely participate in Wii fitness and Wii skills games.

    · Identify appropriate level of activity and safely participate in Dance, Dance Revolution video game.

    · Employ skills and safely participate in various team games (volleyball, basketball, Pillow-Polo, kickball, soccer and softball)

    · Identify appropriate level of activity and safely participate in life long sports (golf, washers, archery, bocce ball, etc.)

    · Identify current level of fitness and limitations for safely engaging in fitness activities (walking, running, biking, elliptical, flexibility weight training)

    · Employ skills and safely participate in Guitar Hero and air hockey games.

    · Record progress for individualized fitness programs.

    Assessments:

    1. Rubrics

    2. Personal program progress sheets.

    3. Checklist of safety procedures when competing with classmates.

    4. Observation by instructor.

    5. Cognitive tests/written and oral tests and quizzes.

    Topic: Safety Procedures for Activities Objective 3: The student will be able to recognize and apply safety procedures necessary in all physical education activities (2.2 B, 2.5 C) Suggested Activities:

    · Identify and apply safety procedures for Wii fitness and Wii skills games.

    · Demonstrate safety procedures for Dance, Dance Revolution video game.

    · Employ safety procedures for various team games (volleyball, basketball, pillow polo, kickball, soccer, and softball).

    · Utilize safety procedures for life long sports (golf, washers, archery, and bocce ball).

    · Apply safety procedures for fitness activities (walking, running, biking, elliptical, flexibility, weight training).

    · Practice safety procedures for Guitar Hero and air hockey.

    Assessments:

    1. Application of safety procedures when competing with classmates.

    2. Observation by instructor.

    3. Daily participation/behavior daily grade sheet.

    4. Cognitive tests/written and oral test and quizzes.

    Topic: Healthy Lifestyles and Decision-Making Skills Objective 4: The student will be able to identify healthy lifestyles and decision-making skills to improve self image and quality of life (2.1 B, 2.2 A, B, C) Suggested Activities:

    · Participate in problem solving activities related to adventure education.

    · Create a list of healthy hobbies.

    · Make a collage of positive life choices.

    · Choose individual goals for fitness activities (track, elliptical, bike, core stability, muscular fitness).

    · Devise a diet/fitness program to reach healthy personal goals.

    · Record and analyze the progress of diet, fitness, and adventure activities.

    Assessments:

    1. Observation by instructor.

    2. Record daily participation grade, behavior grade and progress reports.

    3. Weekly journal checks.

    4. Cognitive tests/written and oral tests and quizzes.

    Objective 5:The student will be able to demonstrate sportsmanship and courteous behavior toward others (2.1E , 2.2 A, 2.5 C) Suggested Activities:

    · Actively talk during warm up and cool down.

    · Interact through Peer Teaching.

    · Cooperate during Adventure Cooperation Activities (Buddy Boards, Human Knot, Hoop Relay, etc).

    · Display appropriate sportsmanship while participating in Wii game system.

    · Display courteous behavior while participating in the Dance, Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero video games.

    · Demonstrate proper sportsmanship while participating in team and playground games.

    · Cooperate with peers while participating in life long sports (golf, washers, archery, bocce ball, badminton, tennis).

    · Display courteous behavior while using fitness equipment (tread mill, stepper, elliptical, fitness bike, and weight training machines).

    Assessments:

    1. Rubrics.

    2. Personal Score Cards.

    3. Observation by instructor.

    4. Cognitive tests/written and oral tests and quizzes.

    Content Outline/Timeline

    1. Fine motor skills 2-4 weeks

    2. Gross motor skills 2-4 weeks

    3. Safety procedures 2-4 weeks

    4. Group work 2-4 weeks

    5. Independent work 2-4 weeks

    6. Courteous behavior. 2-4 weeks

    7. Safety Procedures 2-4 weeks

    8. Healthy Lifestyles 2-4 weeks

    9. Decision Making 2-4 weeks

    Proof of Proficiency- N/A