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IB MYP Horizontal/Vertical Planner

Teacher(s): _
April Kabes
Andy DeMorett
Scott Whirley
Colleen Wiberg________________
Grade_____________

Unit #

Unit Topic

AoI
Focus

Subject Area: ___Physical Education______________


Significant
Concept/Bi
g Idea
(real lifelong
learning,

1
Fitness
Fitne Testing
ss

MYP Unit
Question
(studentfriendly,

Skills
(necessary for success in this
unit)

MYP
Assessment
Criteria

(summative task only;


should be varied and
authentic)

Our habits
affect our
quality of
life.

2 Soccer
Fall
Team
Sport
s

Environments
Understanding the
conditions
surrounding
us.

Learning to
adapt to
different
environmen
ts

What
happens
when my
environme
nt
changes?

Demonstrate skills of
Use of
Written test.
passing, dribbling,
Knowledge Skills checklist.
punting.
Understanding the
Criterion A &
different rules,
C
strategies, and skills
needed when playing
indoors vs. outdoors.

3
Coope
rative
Game
s

Health and
Social
Interaction
Our
cooperative,
competitive,

There are
many
different
roles a
person can
take when

What role
do you
play?

Full participation in
game with the
understanding of
different roles one
could take.
Demonstrate

Are you a
risk

Use of
Knowledge
&
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.

MYP Assessment
Task

Health and
Social
Interaction
Develop
understandin
g of training
principles and
the effects of
exercise on
body and
mind.

King
Pin/Capt
ure the
Flag

How do
Students will learn
your habits the F.I.T.T. Principle
affect your and apply it to their
life?
fitness checklist and
calendar.
Beach
body or
chips?

MYP Year (1-5): ___6th

Create a fitness
plan incorporating
cardiovascular
endurance and
strength training.

Criterion A &
D

Use of
Knowledge
&
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement

Teacher
observation of
game play.
Peer and student
reflections.
1

recreational,
activities help
in the
development
of healthy
social habits
like
teamwork,
cooperation,
competition,
sportsmanshi
p, and
respect for
others.
4
Floor
Health and
Winte Hockey Social
r
Interaction
Team
Promoting fair
Sport
play,
s
cooperative
learning,
teamwork,
respect for
others,
through
physical
activity.
5
Creative Human
Move Moveme Ingenuity
-ment nt
Why and how
do we create.
6
Tennis
Racq
uet
Sport
s

working
with
others.

taker or a understanding of
safe
concepts, strategies,
keeper? and rules.

Criterion A &
D

Team work
applies to
situations
all through
life.

How does
a team
work?

Use of
Teacher
Knowledge
observation of
&
skills.
Performance Peer assessment.
Tournament play.
Criterion A &
C

Knowledge of game.
Demonstrate
understanding of
concepts, strategies,
How do my and rules.
actions
Demonstrate
impact my attitudes and
team?
strategies that
support and
encourages others.

Together
How does Create a routine that
everyone working
includes specific
accomplish together
skills given by the
es more.
help
teacher (ie: forward
accomplish roll).
more?
Human
Sport
How does Demonstrate correct
Ingenuity
requires
the ability grip.
Taking action the ability to adapt
Demonstrate
to think
to adapt
and think forehand and
creatively.
rapidly and creatively backhand

Movement Group
Composition performance.
Criterion B
Performance Written test-Quiz
Criterion C

think
impact
creatively. success?

groundstrokes.
Understand tennis
terminology and
scoring.
7 Kick Ball Community Helping
How can I Demonstrate skills of
Sprin
and Service others
help
kicking, catching,
g
Team work improve
others
and throwing a
Team
and a sense their
improve
playground ball.
Sport
of community performan their
Understanding the
s
are built with ce helps
performan rules of the game.
leadership the team ce?
Working with peers
skills, positive improve.
to improve skills.
attitude,
team spirit,
hard work
and
communicatio
n.

Performance Teacher/ Peer


&
Assessment.
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.
Criterion C &
D

IB MYP Horizontal/Vertical Planner


Teacher(s): _
April Kabes
Andy DeMorett
Scott Whirley
Colleen Wiberg________________
Grade_____________

Unit #

Unit
Topic

AoI
Focus

Subject Area: ___Physical Education______________


Significant
Concept/Bi
g Idea
(real lifelong
learning,

MYP Unit
Question
(studentfriendly,

Skills
(necessary for success in this
unit)

MYP Year (1-5): ___7th

MYP
Assessment
Criteria

MYP Assessment
Task
(summative task only;
should be varied and
authentic)

1
Fitness
Fitnes Testing
s

Health and
Social
Interaction
Develop
understandin
g of training
principles and
the effects of
exercise on
body and
mind.

Our habits
affect our
quality of
life.

How do
Students will learn the
your habits F.I.T.T. Principle and
affect your apply it to their
life?
fitness checklist and
Beach
calendar.
body or
chips?

Learning to
adapt to
different
environmen
ts

What
happens
when my
environme
nt
changes?

3
Trench
Coope
r-ative
Games

There are
many
different
roles a
person can
take when
working
with
others.

What role
do you
play?

Health and
Social
Interaction

4
Volleyba Health and
Winter ll
Social
Team
Interaction
Sports
Promoting fair
play,
cooperative
learning,
teamwork,

Create a fitness
plan incorporating
cardiovascular
endurance and
strength training.

Criterion A &
D

2 Football Environments
UnderstandFall
ing the
Team
conditions
Sports
surrounding
us.

Use of
Knowledge
&
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.

Demonstrate skills of
Use of
Written test.
throwing, catching,
Knowledge Skills checklist.
and punting.
Criterion A &
Understanding the
C
different rules,
strategies, and skills
needed when playing
indoors vs. outdoors.

Full participation in
game with the
understanding of
different roles one
Are you a could take.
risk
Demonstrate
taker or a understanding of
safe
concepts, strategies,
keeper? and rules.

Team work How does


applies to a team
situations work?
all through
life.

Knowledge of game.
Demonstrate
understanding of
concepts, strategies,
and rules.
Demonstrate
attitudes and
strategies that

Use of
Knowledge
&
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement
Criterion A &
D

Teacher
observation of
game play.
Peer and student
reflections.

Use of
Teacher
Knowledge
observation of
&
skills.
Performance Peer assessment.
Tournament play.
Criterion A &
C
4

respect for
others,
through
physical
activity.
5
Creative Human
Creati Moveme Ingenuity
ve
nt
Why and how
Movedo we create
ment
together.
6
Pickle
Racqu Ball
et
Sports

Human
Ingenuity
Taking action
to think
creatively.

7 Ultimate Community
Spring Frisbee and Service
Team
Team work
Sports
and a sense
of community
are built with
leadership
skills, positive
attitude,
team spirit,
hard work
and
communicatio
n.

support and
encourages others.

Together
How does Create a routine that
everyone working
includes specific skills
accomplish together
given by the teacher
es more.
help
(ie: forward roll).
accomplish
more?
Sport
How does Demonstrate correct
requires
the ability grip.
the ability to adapt
Demonstrate
to adapt
and think forehand and
rapidly and creatively backhand
think
impact
groundstrokes.
creatively. success? Understand pickle ball
terminology.
Helping
How can I
others
help
improve
others
their
improve
performan their
ce helps
performan
the team ce?
improve.

Movement Individual or group


Composition performance.
Criterion B
Performance Written test- Quiz
Criterion C

Performance Teacher/ Peer


&
Assessment.
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.
Criterion C &
D

IB MYP Horizontal/Vertical Planner


Teacher(s): _
April Kabes
Andy DeMorett
Scott Whirley

Colleen Wiberg________________
Grade_____________

Unit #

Unit Topic

AoI
Focus

Subject Area: ___Physical Education______________


Significant
Concept/Bi
g Idea
(real lifelong
learning

Fitness
Testing

MYP Unit
Question
(studentfriendly)

Health and
Social
Interaction
Develop
understandin
g of training
principles and
the effects of
exercise on
body and
mind.

Our habits
affect our
quality of
life.

Environments
Understanding the
conditions
surrounding
us.

Learning to
adapt to
different
environmen
ts

What
happens
when my
environme
nt
changes?

3
Big
Coope Base/Tre
rnch
ative
game
s

Health and
Social
Interaction

What role
do you
play?

4
Basketba
Winte ll

Health and
Social

There are
many
different
roles a
person can
take when
working
with
others.
Team work
applies to

Fitne
ss

Soccer

Fall
Team
Sport
s

Skills
(necessary for success in this
unit)

How do
Students will learn the
your habits F.I.T.T. Principle and
affect your apply it to their
life?
fitness checklist and
Beach
calendar.
body or
chips?

MYP Year (1-5): ___8th

MYP
Assessment
Criteria

Use of
Knowledge
&
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.

MYP Assessment
Task
(summative task only;
should be varied and
authentic)

Create a fitness
plan incorporating
cardiovascular
endurance and
strength training.

Criterion A &
D
Demonstrate skills of
Use of
Written test.
passing, dribbling,
Knowledge Skills checklist.
punting.
Criterion A &
Understanding the
C
different rules,
strategies, and skills
needed when playing
indoors vs. outdoors.

Are you a
risk
taker or a
safe
keeper?
How does Knowledge of game.
a team
Demonstrate

Use of
Knowledge

Teacher
observation of
6

r
Team
Sport
s

Interaction
Promoting fair
play,
cooperative
learning,
teamwork,
respect for
others,
through
physical
activity.
5
Creative
Human
Move Moveme
Ingenuity
-ment nt
Why and how
do we create.

situations work?
all through
life.

understanding of
concepts, strategies,
and rules.
Demonstrate
attitudes and
strategies that
support and
encourages others.

Together
How does Create a routine that
everyone working
includes specific skills
accomplish together
given by the teacher
es more.
help
(ie: forward roll).
accomplish
more?
6
Badmint Human
Sport
How does
Racq on
Ingenuity
requires
the ability
uet
Taking action the ability to adapt
Sport
to think
to adapt
and think
s
creatively.
rapidly and creatively
think
impact
creatively. success?
7 Softball Community
How can I Demonstrates fielding
Sprin
and Service
improve
skills, stance, ground
g
Team work
the quality balls and fly balls
Team
and a sense
of the
while practicing with
Sport
of community
team?
a partner.
s
are built with
leadership
skills, positive
attitude,
team spirit,
hard work
and
communicatio
n.

&
skills.
Performance Peer assessment.
Tournament play.
Criterion A &
C

Movement Group or
Composition individual
presentation.
Criterion B

Performance Self reflection.


&
Questioning.
Social Skills
and Personal
Engagement.
Criterion C &
D

IB MYP Horizontal/Vertical Planner Step 2


Teacher(s): _Schaffer, Palm, Ellis______
Subject Area: ____PE___________

Unit #

Unit Topic

The Five
HealthRelated
Components
of Physical
Fitness

AoI
Focus
(not AtL; full
sentence why)
We chose
Health and
Social
Education
because we
look at
developing an
understanding
of training
principles and
the effects of
exercise on
the body and
mind

Aerobic Dance We will focus


our lens on
Human
Ingenuity, as
the students
study how to
create an
aerobic
workout and
how it will
affect their
audience.

Fitness Plan

This unit
focuses on
both Health
and Social
Education
and
Community
and Service,
as the
students
create a

Significant
Concept/Big
Idea

MYP Unit
Question

Skills

(real lifelong
(necessary for success in this unit)
(student-friendly,
learning, NOT
no content)
content; declarative
statement)
The choices you
How do my
Students will learn about the major
make influence
choices impact muscles of the body.
your overall health.
my health?
Students will perform a mile run, sit-up,
UBAT, and sit and reach test.
Students will be engaged in activities that
work specifically on Cardiorespiratory
Endurance, Muscular Strength, Muscular
Endurance, and/or Flexibility.
Students will calculate their Resting Heart
Rate, Target Heart Rate and recovery
time. They will chart this data over time
and explain its significance.

Aerobic workout
routines can be a
fun and enjoyable
way to exercise

How does
Students will learn the components of an
movement affect aerobic workout routine.
my lifestyle?
Students will learn how to engage
different muscle groups.
Students will lead their class through a
workout routine.

MYP
Assessm
ent
Criteria

MYP Year: ____4_______


MYP Assessment
Task
(summative task only; should
be varied and authentic)

Criterion Muscle Quiz


A: Use of Introduction to Principles of
Knowledge Physical Fitness Concepts
Exposure to various exercises
Criterion Knowledge and application of
C:
Resting Heart Rate, Target
Performanc Heart Rate, Recovery Time
e
Fitness Test Scores
Participating in circuits and
Criterion cardiorespiratory workouts
D: Social
Skills and
Personal
Engagemen
t
Criterion Aerobic Workout Routine
B:
Routine Performance
Movement Reflection on individual and
Composition group performance
Criterion
C:
Performanc
e
Criterion
D: Social
Skills and
Personal
Engagemen
t

Training involves
practice and
discipline.

How do I not
Students know how to set SMART Fitness
Criterion Written fitness plan for self
breathe so hard? Goals.
A: Use of Selecting appropriate
Students know how to apply the Principles Knowledge activities for their SMART
of Physical Fitness Progression,
Criterion goals
Specificity, and Overload.
B:
Evaluation of goals
Students will recruit their family members Movement Reflection on fitness plan and
to participate in a fitness plan.
Composition application of goals
Students will evaluate their goals and
Criterion Daily participation
ability to stick to their written plan.
C:
Discussion with family
Performanc member regarding personal
e
fitness

fitness plan
for both their
own use and
that of a
family
member.

Team
Handball

Volleyball

This unit has


an emphasis
on Health
and Social
Education
because we
look to
promote fair
play,
cooperative
learning,
teamwork,
equal
opportunity,
tolerance, and
respect for
others
through
physical
activity
The volleyball
unit will be
focused on
Health and
Social
Education
because it is a
game that
relies heavily
on
cooperation
and
teamwork.

Criterion
D: Social
Skills and
Personal
Engagemen
t
In sport and life,
there is the
necessity for
honesty and
fairness.

How do my effort
and attitude
affect my teams
performance?

Students will engage in team handball


Criterion
games with an emphasis on team play
A: Use of
and adherence to the complex rules of the Knowledge
game.
Students will reflect on their daily
Criterion
performance and ability to implement
C:
strategy into the game.
Performanc
e

Quiz on team handball rules


Daily participation
Reflection on strategy and
performance

Criterion
D: Social
Skills and
Personal
Engagemen
t

The long-lasting
effect will be how
students come to
understand that
this activity
provides
opportunity for
enjoyment,
challenge, and
social interaction.

How does what I Students will play volleyball using the


do impact others? appropriate sequence of pass, set, hit
during game play in order to score points.
Students will reflect on their participation
in their daily volleyball matches.

Criterion Quiz of volleyball rules


A: Use of Daily participation
Knowledge Ability to play using a pass,
set, hit order
Criterion Written reflection on game
B:
enjoyment
Movement
Composition
Criterion
D: Social
Skills and
Personal
Engagemen
t

IB MYP Horizontal/Vertical Planner Step 2


Teacher(s): __Palm, Radamacher, Utter________
Subject Area: _____P.E. 10____________
Five
Unit #

Unit Topic

AoI
Focus
(not AtL; full
sentence why)

Significant
Concept/Big
Idea
(real lifelong
learning, NOT

MYP Unit
Question
(student-friendly,
no content)

Skills
(necessary for success in this unit)

MYP
Assessm
ent
Criteria

MYP Year:

MYP Assessment
Task
(summative task only; should
be varied and authentic)

Badminton

Health and
Social
Education is
the AOI focus
for this unit
because
participation
in the game of
Badminton is
exercise and
working with a
partner and
against
opponents,
lines up with
the social
element.

content; declarative
statement)
Students will learn
the rules of
Badminton,
terminology, and
the strategies and
positioning on the
court, including
rotation, scoring,
equipment needed,
boundary lines, the
racket grip, the
serve, forehand,
drop shot,
backhand,
underhand, smash,
and the importance
of footwork

Football

Health and
Social
Education is
the AOI focus
for this unit
because
participation
in the game of
football is
exercise and
involves
working as a
team.

Students will learn


Why is it
the basic rules of
important to
football. That way, acquire a certain
in future years,
degree of skill in
they can better
touch football,
understand whats
such as the
going on while
fundamentals of
watching a football running, passing,
game on television
and catching a
or while watching
football?
their own child
some day out on a
football field.

Dance

Students pick
their own
dance groups.
They create a

Aerobic workout
routines can be a
great way to have
fun and stay in

What skills are


important to
acquire in the
game of
Badminton?

How is dance
interpreted by
todays youth?

Understanding the skills and strategies of Use of


the game, lob, drop, smash shot etc.
Knowledge:
Students
will
understand
the basic
rules and
fundamenta
ls of
Badminton.
(C)
Performanc
e: Through
practice and
repetition,
students will
be able to
improve
their basic
Badminton
skills such
as the
serve, the
forehand
and back
hand shots.
Students will understand the skills and
Use of
strategies of the game such as line of
knowledge:
scrimmage, offense, defense, forward
Students
pass, first downs, blitz etc.
will
understand
the basic
rules and
fundamenta
ls of touch
football.
(C)
Performanc
e: Students
will improve
their touch
football
skills, such
as the
forward
pass,
receiving
passes, and
running
pass
patterns.
Students will learn the components of an
B.movem
aerobic workout routine. Students will
ent comp.
learn how to engage different muscle
(creating
groups. Students will lead their class
moves)

Students will practice drills,


participate in skills testing and
take a written quiz at the end
of the Badminton unit.

The students will take a


written quiz on touch football
rules and terminology at the
conclusion of the unit.
The students will be given
skills tests on both throwing
and receiving football passes.

Assessment Tasks: summative


Dance presentations
Synchronized dance steps
2-4 minute presentations

10

dance, 2-4
minutes in
length. The
dance must
be able to be
continuously
danced.
On an
assigned day,
at units
end.each
group will
present their
dance to the
class.

Softball

Tennis

shape.

Health and
Students will learn
Social is the
softball rules and
AOI focus for
strategies.
this unit
Students will also
because
develop a greater
participation
understand of the
in the game of
basic skills of
slow pitch
softball including
softball is
pitching, batting,
exercise,
base running,
which is
fielding, catching,
healthy and
and throwing.
working as a
part of a team
and against
an opposing
team,
contributes to
the social
element.

Health and
Social
Education is
the AOI focus

Students will learn


tennis rules and
strategies.
Students will also

through a workout routine.

Why is it
Students will take part in game activities
important to
with an emphasis on teamwork, hitting
acquire a certain and throwing skills.
degree of skill in
game of Slow
pitch softball?

D..social Participation of all members


skills
Teaching of dance to class
(working List on paper all dance moves
together in
a group)

(C)
Performanc
e: Students
will
understand
the basic
rules and
fundamenta
ls of the
game of
slow pitch
softball.
( D ) Social
Skills/Person
al
Engagemen
t: Students
will work
cooperativel
y on a team
and enjoy
the social
element of
game play
and the
great
outdoors.
What skills are Students will learn the basic grip, strokes, What skills
important to
serve, scoring, and rules of singles and
are
master in the
doubles.
important to
game of doubles
master in

C) Performance: Students
are expected to be able to
perform in a range of
activities, and show skills and
techniques ranging from basic
to complex. They should be
able to apply tactics,
strategies and rules in both
practice and game play
situations.
( D ) Social Skills/Personal
Engagement: Students will be
working together as a team
wit the common goal of
attaining a win. Each
individual on the team will put
forth their own personal best
in effort, whatever that may
be for each student.

A. Use of knowledge:
Students are expected to
have a knowledge and
understanding of the physical

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for this unit


develop a greater
because
understanding of
participation
the basic skills of
in the game of tennis including the
tennis is
serve, forehand,
exercise,
backhand, lob, and
which is
overhead smash.
healthy, and
working with a
partner and
against
opponents,
contributes to
the social
element.

tennis?

the game of activities or topics studied.


doubles
They are also expected to be
tennis?
able to use this knowledge
and understanding critically,
and apply it to analyse
situations and solve problems.
( C ) Performance: Students
are expected to be able to
perform in a range of
activities, and show skills and
techniques ranging from basic
to complex. They should be
able to apply tactics,
strategies and rules in both
individual and group
situations.

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