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Welcome

Welcome to Physical Education! I am looking forward to working with you this school year. During this school year, we will be working on a variety of fitness activities and sport-related skills. Moreover, we will be working on improving and assessing your overall fitness levels so that all students may pass the State Mandated Fitness Test. This includes tests in flexibility, curl-ups, push-ups, height & weight, and an endurance run.

Thank you,

Mr. Long

Physical Education Teacher South Gate Middle School

O: (323) 568-4100 ext 1550

cdl6212@lausd.net

Syllabi

Welcome to Physical Education! I am looking forward to working with you this school year. During this school year, we will be working on a variety of fitness activities and sport-related skills. Moreover, we will be working on improving and assessing your overall fitness levels so that all students may pass the State Mandated Fitness Test. This includes tests in flexibility, curl-ups, push-ups, height & weight, and an endurance run.

Mission Statement

The South Gate Middle School Physical Education Department aligns its curriculum with the current California state standards for physical education. These standards support and promote healthy lifestyles. Each activity taught is suited for all abilities with clear and high expectations. A balanced curriculum of fitness, individual and team sports offer a rich variety of movement taught. The goal in physical education is to promote a lifetime of fitness. Fitness is for LIFE!!!

Instructional Standards

The instructional standards we will address this school year are many and change depending upon grade level. The desire performance standards for physical fitness are the Healthy Fitness Zone. The standards represent a level of fitness that offers some protection against diseases resulting from physical inactivity. The standards can be found at http://cde.ca.gov/cl/pe/cf

6th grade:

1.9 Combine relationships, levels, speed, direction, and pathways in complex individual and group physical activities.

2.1 Explain how to increase force based on the principles of biomechanics.

3.5 Measure and evaluate changes in health-related physical fitness based on physical activity patterns.

7th grade:

1.3 Combine manipulative, loco motor, and non-loco motor skills into movement patterns.

4.5 Describe the role of physical activity and nutrition in achieving physical fitness.

5.2 Accept responsibility for individual improvement.

8th grade:

1.3 Demonstrate basic offensive and defensive skills and strategies in team physical activities.

3.4 Participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity a minimum of four days each week.

5.2 Organize and work cooperatively with a group to achieve the goals of the group.

Class Materials

There will also be some materials that I would like you to obtain during Physical Education class. They include:

1. Gym shoes or athletic shoes

2. A PE uniform, shirt and shorts can be purchased at the Student Store.

3. Bring Personal hygiene items: deodorant, towel, baby wipes etc.

Behavior Grades

An automatic U is given in cooperation if the student receives 5 or more zeros per quarter. An automatic U is given in work habits if the student is tardy or absence 5 or more times.

Class Rules

There are three main rules that I would like you to follow in my class: I will also add rules as the year goes on

1. Come to class on time to roll call prepared with proper physical education attire.

2. Respect the teacher, fellow peers, self, and equipment at all times.

3. Follow all directions.

Make-up Policy:

Students are required to dress out each day. Students will be allowed to make up non-dresses. Students who are absence may only be given a make-up if they bring a parent note upon return from an absence. A doctor’s note is needed after 3 days of non-activity. All make-ups will be given during lunch or afterschool.

Academic Grades:

90%-100%= A

80%-89%=B

70%-79%=C

60%-69%=D

Below 60%=F

Student Name Print: Parent’s Name Print:

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Mr. Long

Physical Education Teacher South Gate Middle School

O: (323) 568-4100 ext 1550

Cdl6212@lausd.net

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