Mr. Fadale’s Middle School Physical and Health Education Syllabus Welcome to Physical and Health Education class! We will be learning how the human body works and how we can take care of our own. In class we will aim to improve fitness, motor skills, social skills, and personal health. Class Expectations:
In PE, students are expected to come quietly into class and begin the dynamic stretching warm-up while Mr. Fadale takes attendance.
We will also be outside as much as possible. Prepare accordingly.
Students are required to wear attire appropriate for physical activity. This includes t-shirts, shorts, sweatpants, hoodies, and sneakers. Jeans/jean shorts, khakis/khaki shorts, dresses, skirts, flip flops/sandals, heels, boots, and dress shoes are not appropriate for PE class.
In Health, students are expected to sit quietly and have materials ready (writing utensil, chromebook, health book).
Students are responsible for keeping track of his/her health book. Books that are not returned at the end of the year may be subject to a $25 fine.
If a student is absent it’s the responsibility of the student to contact Mr. Fadale for missed work. Late work will follow the Middle School Homework Policy.
Students are expected to check email daily for announcements.
Day 1 will typically be a PE day and Day 2 will typically be a Health day. An email will be sent if it is different.
Assignments and Announcements will be on the whiteboard in the MPR, homework document, and middle school website.
Follow directions and respect fellow classmates, equipment, and teacher.
If you are unable to physically participate due to injury or illness a note/email from a parent is required. If it is more than one week then a doctor’s note is required.
Grading: *Grades will be updated weekly in PowerSchool. It is the responsibility of the STUDENT to keep track of his/her grade and assignments.
Participation- Effort/Engagement, Sportsmanship, Wearing Appropriate PE Attire (500 points)
Health Worksheets (25 points each)
IB Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding (Ex. Health Test)
IB Criterion B: Planning for Performance (Ex. Project, Aesthetic Movement Routine)
IB Criterion C: Applying and Performing (Ex. Motor Skills Test, Gameplay Performance)
IB Criterion D: Reflecting and Improving Performance (Ex. Reflection)
All IB Assessments are 100 points each
If you need to contact me you can do so via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, I look forward to having a great school year!
I have read the syllabus and understand Mr. Fadale’s Classroom Expectations.
YSCP Weekly Newsletter #18 Health and Physical Education Mr. Vincent Fadale (email@example.com) Physical Education What we’ve been doing? K-2 students will do various relay activities to improve cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and striking skills. 3-5th grade students will start to learn volleyball skills. 6-8th grade will learn passing skills and play a modified basketball game. What we are going to do? K-2 students will play a throwing game called “Scooter Basketball.” 3-5th grade students will play a game to work on serving skills in volleyball. 6-8th grade will learn about man to man defense. Health (Middle School) What we’ve been doing? 6-8th grade students will finish sex education. What we are going to do? 6th grade students will learn about the integumentary system. 7th grade will learn about heart disease and how to prevent heart disease. 8th grade will watch a documentary called “What The Health?” that debunks the conception that you need a diet high in animal products.
YSCP Weekly Newsletter #17 Health and Physical Education Mr. Vincent Fadale (firstname.lastname@example.org) Physical Education What we’ve been doing? K-2 students will play football stations to get students excited for the Super Bowl. 3-5th grade students will finish their basketball unit with gameplay . Middle School will start their basketball unit and learn the various skills needed for the game. Students will focus on dribbling and shooting skills. What we are going to do? K-2 students will have stations to play various activities that practice dribbling, throwing, jumping, and coordination/balance. 3-5th grade students will start to learn volleyball skills. 6-8th grade will learn passing skills and play a modified basketball game. Health (Middle School) What we’ve been doing? 6th-8th grade students will receive sex education. What we are going to do? 6-8th grade students will finish sex education.