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Class Overview

over 2 years ago



By David Duffie

Name: Coach Duffie
Email Address: dduffie@greenwood52.org
Phone number: 543-3511, ext. 2622

 
Welcome students to another exciting year of moving, stretching, exercising, and many fitness related activities! I look forward to having you in my class this year and that learning how being "fit" can be alot of fun. Parents please encourage your child that participation is of the utmost importance.      
 
Bio:  Coach David Duffie
         Married,  wife- Beth, 2 children (Rhett & Rebekah)                                                                                                                                                       Coached football, basketball, baseball, & golf
         Education- Lander University
 
    The most important thing you will ever "own" is your body. YOU are responsible for taking care and maintaining it. Physical Education will consist of health, movement and fitness activities (yes, running too), exercising daily, games, sports, Fitnessgram testing, activity choices, and fun.
 
 
Class Motto    
G.Y.M     Get Yourself Moving
WELCOME TO PE!!

Quick Links
Slogan
E- encourage
M-motivate
S- strengthen
Grading scale
A-90-100
B-80-89
C-70-79
D-60-69
F- below 59

* Grades consist of dressing out, participation/effort, health, quizzes, & Fitnessgram testing
PE uniform info
Physical Education Uniforms

You must dress out for P.E. every day. We offer uniforms for $18.00, or you can bring your own clothes.

Our school uniform consists of vegas gold mesh shorts with maroon a EMS logo and name plate and a white t-shirt with a maroon EMS logo and name plate. Uniforms can be purchased as a set ($18.00)or as a shirt or shorts individually for $9.00 each.

Make checks payable to Edgewood Middle School and give to Mr. Duffie or Mrs. Simons. You will receive your uniform upon payment if we have your size in stock. If not, you will receive it as soon as it arrives.

If you choose to bring your own clothes, make sure they meet the school dress code. Maroon, gold, gray or black athletic shorts are acceptable with a maroon, gold or solid white t-shirt. Maroon/gold/black/gray jogging/sweat/athletic pants are acceptible as well. ALL clothes MUST meet school dress code.

Finally, you must wear athletic shoes to participate in class activities. No sandals, flip flops, boots, open-toed shoes, etc... will be allowed to participate in activities. Those not dressing out will be given an alternate assignment to complete.

In addition, P.E. students are allowed only 2 notes (per semester) from home excusing them from P.E. activities. After 2, all other notes MUST be from a medical doctor.
PE Rules
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
RULES & PROCEDURES


* BE SAFE with equipment and around other students.....AT ALL TIMES.
* RESPECT yourself and others.
* SHOW GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AT ALL TIMES.
* Dress out everyday (shorts, t-shirt, & shoes). Students have 5 minutes to dress.
* Follow class routines and procedures.
* Once you leave the locker room, you may NOT re-enter until the end of class.
* NO HORSEPLAYING in locker room or in gym.
*Absolutely no KICKING balls across floor, unless given permission.

Syllabus

about 1 year ago


By David Duffie


Edgewood Middle School

2018-19

       Physical Education Syllabus

 

Jamie Simons and David Duffie

Room:  Gym                                                       

E-mail Address:  jcobb@greenwood52.org

                               dduffie@greenwood52.org

 

 

Course Description:

Physical Education is an Explore class in the semester rotation schedule. The purpose of this class is to actively involve all students in health enhancing fitness and exercise activities and provide knowledge necessary for each student to develop into a healthy adult. We provide a variety of choices of activities to increase interest and participation.

 

 

General Objectives:

1.       Expose students to a wide variety of recreational games & allow opportunities to participate in them.

2.       Incorporate health and nutrition units into PE classes.

3.       Provide opportunities for students to work with others to develop adequate competitive,    
          sportsmanship and teamwork skills.

4.       Learn general rules/strategies of a variety of games to be applied outside of class.

5.       Develop an individual fitness/exercise plan.

 

 

Course Requirements, Classroom Guidelines, and Expectations:

Success in the classroom is greatly affected by the conduct of those in the classroom.  The following four school wide rules have been developed to help our students be successful.   

1.  Follow directions and procedures

2.  Keep hands, feet, and other objects to self. Participate in ALL activities SAFELY!

3.  Bring materials to class.

4.  Show respect for yourself, your school and others.

In addition, all students should follow all district guidelines as specified in the student handbook.

 

E- Educate

M- Motivate

S- Strengthen

 

Materials

Grades

Homework

Grading Scale

Projects

Gym Clothes

Shirt- gray, white, maroon or gold

Shorts- maroon, gold, black or gray

Pants- maroon, gold, black or gray ONLY.

Athletic shoes and socks are REQUIRED!

 

Graded assignments include:

Participation & effort

Dress Out

Health Assignments

Fitnessgram Test

 

Students are encouraged to participate in physical activity outside of PE class at least 20 minutes 3 times per week.

90- 100     A

 

80-89      B

 

70-79      C

 

60-69      D

 

below  69        F

To be completed in class:

 

Personal Fitness Program

-          9 week personal exercise program

Menu Plan

-          Plan balanced meals for 7 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tentative Course Outline

Physical Education

 

Week 1      Rules and class procedures

Week 2     Begin Fitness testing (Pre-test)                  ( Fitnessgram)                        

Week 3     Team Flag Football              

Week 4     Badminton

Week 5     Class Singles and Doubles 
                Tournament               

Week 6     Team Basketball  

Week 7     Floor Hockey/ Hockerball

Week  8      Speedball

Week  9      Recreational Activities Week:

                 Pickleball, Flag Football, Soccer,
                 Lacrosse, Wii, Walking, and
                 Shuffleboard

 

Health

 

Week 1- Setting Goals/Personal Health

Week 2- Nutrition

Week 3- Benefits of Exercise

Week 4- Body Systems

Week 5- Reproduction

Week 6- Preventing Disease

Week 7-Tobacco/ Alcohol Prevention

Week 8-Illegal Drugs

Week 9- First Aid/CPR/Safety

 

 STANDARDS

Standard 1

 

The student will demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

 

Standard 2

 

The student will demonstrate understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performing of physical activities.

 

Standard 3

 

The student will participate regularly in physical activity.

 

Standard 4

 

The student will achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.

 

Standard 5

 

The student will exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical-activity settings

 

Standard 6

 

The student will demonstrate awareness that physical activity provides the opportunity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction.

 

 

STANDARDS

Standard 1.

The student will comprehend concepts related to health promotion to enhance health.

 

Standard 2.

The student will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture,

media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.

 

Standard 3.

 The student will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health.

 

Standard 4.

The student will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal

communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.

 

Standard 5.

The student will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.

 

Standard 6.

The student will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.

 

Standard 7.

The student will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and to avoid or reduce health risks.

 

Standard 8.

The student will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal,

family, and consumer health.

 



P. E Standards
National Standards for PE
A physically educated person

Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motors skills and movement patterns needed to perform

a variety of physical activities.

Standard 2: Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and

tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.

Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity.

Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness,

Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in

physical activity settings.

Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or

social interaction.

*National Association for Sport and Physical Education, Moving into the Future: National Standards for Physical Education (Reston, VA: 2004).