Grade 8’s, you will have a health presentation with school nurse, Amy Lee this Friday, January 19th. You do not need to get changed into gym strip for this. We will meet in the East Gym then move to the career centre for the presentation.
Healthy choices influence our physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
Grade 8’s, you will have a drug and alcohol awareness presentation this Thursday, November 23rd. You do not need to get changed into gym strip for this. We will meet in the South Gym then move to the career centre for the presentation.
Grade 10’s, see the below Archery “How To” videos for some valuable tips. The instructor is Nu Sensei and his descriptions of technique are broken down well for beginners. Note, he stresses to NEVER draw and release a string without an arrow in it. It is called Dry Firing and is very bad for the bow.
You have two more classes left to practice. Skills assessment runs Monday. November 27th
And here’s another one that’s really informative (if you have 20 mins to spare to watch):
Grade 10’s you will be doing Archery in the South Gym. Meet there for attendance. Archery Notes have been posted to your page above. In addition to the usual participation mark out of 20, there will be a quiz and skills assessment this unit
Grade 8’s you will be doing Minor Games in the East Gym. We will also meet there for attendance,
Rationale for the unit: Volleyball Sport Education Model
Sport Education is an instructional model developed for the enhancement of learning the concepts of how to play a sport and how to coordinate and manage the sport experience by assuming different roles on a team.
Sport Education gives students a chance to value fair play, respect the decision of teammates & officials and appreciate the spirit of competition.
Sport Education puts students in positions of responsibility and makes them aware that the success in their roles has a direct relationship to the success of their team/group (and of their own individual learning).
As such, we are going to use this Sport Education Model to help further our learning of (and demonstrating) leadership skills in the PE classroom.
Please see your grade 10 page on this blog for more information.