Phys. Ed.

Syllabus



I.          Course Title:   Phys. Ed. Adventure/Outdoor Education

            Subject Area: Physical Education

            Course Number: HP1200

            Instructor: Claudia Galindo

            Location: Transmountain Early College High School, Rm  C103

            Telephone Number  832-4270

            Email  cmgonzal@episd.org

            Office Hours  Mon/Wed/Fri:  1:00- 1:55  Tues & Thurs: 8:30 to 9:55



 II.       Required Materials:

 A.       Gym Materials: Appropriate Attire to work out in, Water Bottle, Sunscreen, & Hat.

 

 III.      Course Requirements:

A.        Activities have been selected to assist you in meeting course objectives. 

            For Physical Education, Suiting-out accounts for 50% and Participation 50%.           

            The Grading Scale is as Follows:

             A= 90-100,    B=80-89,  C=70-79,   D=60-69,   F=59 and below



B.        Attendance--   It is the student’s responsibility to attend class.  It is also their

            responsibility to arrive on time.  If you miss a class please ask instructor for

            assignments/notes missed.

           * IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PARTICIPATE DUE TO ILLNESS A MEDICAL NOTE MUST BE PRESENTED TO BOTH THE NURSE AND THE TEACHER*

 

C.        Late Work and Exams- Assignments & presentations are due on the specified date.    Exams must be taken on the scheduled dates.



 D.       Honesty is Always the Best Policy 



E.        Student Code of Conduct Following Student Code of Conduct to create a Safe, Learning Environment.  

 

IV.       Course Description

            HP1200:         In Physical Education, students acquire the knowledge and skills for movement that provide the foundation for enjoyment, continued                                     social development through physical activity, and access to a physically-active lifestyle.  The student exhibits a physically-active                                                                          lifestyle and understands the relationship between physical activity and health throughout the lifespan.

                                    Students enrolled in adventure outdoor education are expected to develop competency in outdoor education activities that provide                                     opportunities for enjoyment and challenge. Emphasis is placed upon student selection of activities that also promote a respect for the                                      environment and that can be enjoyed for a lifetime.

 

 

 V.       CALENDAR (TENATIVE)

 

Weeks 1-3 Wellness and Understanding Fitness

Class Overview

Introductions 

Suiting Out 

Aerobic vs. Anaerobic

Wellness Walk

Mat Exercises (Weight-Bearing)

Basketball

 

Weeks 4-6 Basketball

Suiting Out

Rules

Drills  

Variety of Games

Wellness Walk & Mat Exercises (Weight-Bearing)

Basketball



Weeks 7-9 Soccer 

Suiting Out

Rules

Drills

Variety of Games

Wellness Walk & Mat Exercises (Weight-Bearing)

Soccer

 

Weeks 11-13 Beginning Yoga/Pilates

Suiting Out

Variations

Wellness Walk & Mat Exercises (Weight-Bearing)

 

Week14-15  Flag Football

Suiting Out

Rules

Drills

Variety of Games

Football



Week16-17 Wellness Plan Final

Creating a personalized Wellness Plan