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Physical Education 20/30

W.R. Myers High School 2016-2017


Bowes/ Ressler/Dollevoet
How a person plays a game shows some of their character, how a person loses a game shows all of it.

Philosophy:
The PE program at W.R. Myers is designed to enable all students to develop the knowledge,
skills, and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. The aim of physical education
is to contribute to the physical, mental, and emotional development of the student, using a
variety of physical activities and games. Participation in physical activity contributes to physical
and mental health, and economic benefits for the individual and for the community.
General Learner Outcomes:
Activity: Students will acquire skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate
movement activities.
Benefits Health: Students will understand, experience and appreciate the health benefits that
result from physical activity.
Cooperation: Students will interact positively with others.
Do it daily...for life: Students will assume responsibility to lead an active lifestyle.
* These outcomes

are interrelated
and interdependent. Each is achieved through a variety of
dimensions: games, dance, individual activities, and alternative environment activities.
Evaluation and Assessment
Activity: Students will acquire skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate
movement activities. 15%
Benefits Health (Fitness/Self-Assessment, Body Image, Well Being): Students will understand,
experience and appreciate the health benefits that result from physical activity. 20%
Cooperation (Communication, Fair Play, Leadership, Teamwork) Students will interact positively
with others. 30%
Do it daily...for life (Effort, Safety, Goal Setting, Active Living, Volunteer Hours): Students will
assume responsibility to lead an active way of life. Students are required to volunteer 2
hours/semester. The volunteer activity must be pre-approved and completed outside of class
time. Failure to complete the 2 hours will result in a 10% drop in the final grade. 35%
Class Fee:
Students in P.E. 20/30 are required to pay $55 by Friday September 16th. Failure to do so may
result in removal from class!

Expectations:
Attendance/Lates:
Attendance is mandatory. A student who arrives to the gym after the second bell is
considered late. Off campus field trips are an integral part of Phys. Ed 20.30. Students
are responsible for getting time off work so that they can attend. Students are NOT
allowed to drive themselves to any off campus activity. Failure to attend an off campus
field trip will greatly impact a students mark unless prior arrangements have been
made with Bowes or Ressler.
Gym Strip/Clothes:
Dress appropriately for the activity. Athletic shorts, sweat pants, or track pants. T-shirts,
sweatshirts, or sleeveless shirts. Clean shoes with laces that can be tied tightly. Water
bottles are encouraged!
Change Rooms:
Change rooms need to be a safe zone. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.
Students are expected to get in and out of the change rooms in a timely fashion and are
not allowed to enter the change rooms during class time unless given teacher
permission. When needed, use the washroom and water fountains outside gym doors
with teachers permission.
Safety:
No gum, candy, food, jewelry, or cell phones allowed. Water is the only thing allowed on
the stage. IPods and music devices are only allowed during fitness runs.

*A calendar of activities will be posted outside of the gym; however, activities


may change due to weather or other circumstances.

Activity/Unit Participation Rubric


5: Activity- development of skills is evident through the entire unit/activity
5: Cooperation- student always interacts positively with others

5: Do it Daily- student always assumes responsibility to lead an active way of life through effort,
safety and goal setting
4: Activity- development of skills is evident through most of the unit/activity
4: Cooperation- student interacts positively with others most of the time
4: Do it Daily- most of the time, the student assumes responsibility to lead an active way of life
through effort, safety and goal setting
3: Activity- development of skills is evident occasionally through the unit/activity
3: Cooperation- student occasionally interacts positively with others
3: Do it Daily- the student occasionally assumes responsibility to lead an active way of life
through effort, safety and goal setting
2: Activity- development of skills is minimal through the entire unit/activity
2: Cooperation- student shows minimal positive interaction with others
2: Do it Daily- the student assumes minimal responsibility to lead an active way of life through
effort, safety and goal setting
1: Activity- development of skills is rarely evident through the entire unit/activity
1: Cooperation- student rarely interacts positively with others
1: Do it Daily- the student rarely assumes responsibility to lead an active way of life through
effort, safety and goal setting
0: Please remember that Physical Education is an activity-based course; therefore, no marks can
be given for no participation.
*Benefits of Health will be assessed during fitness through self-assessment and class
assignments.
*Any excused absences must be provided by a doctor or parent note.
*Due to the severity of head injuries a student must provide a doctor AND parent note
clearing them for participation within Physical Education.