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Physical Education

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  1. Physical Education Hanmer Elementary School “It takes a village to raise a child.” NEXT

  2. Introduction Click on the to return to this page. Click on a tab to learn more about the PE program BACK

  3. The PE Teacher • Mr. Jonathan Diaz • Bachelor’s in PE from ECSU • Master’s in PE from CCSU • Primary Teaching Goal: • To increase students’ physical activity levels outside of school • Hobbies: • Food, sleep, exercise, sports (in some order…) Contact Information: jdiaz@wethersfield.k12.ct.us (860) 563-3408 ext. 2546 Click on the owl to check out the Hanmer PE Website!

  4. Rules Be responsible! Be prepared! Be active! NEXT

  5. Grading • 4-point scale (#’s): • Motor Skill Performance • Applying Concepts & Strategies • Physical Fitness • 3-point scale (letters): • Responsible Behavior BACK NEXT

  6. Questioning Strategies How can you change what you just did to make it better? What can you do differently? Can you find another way? How else can you do that? BACK • Primary Method of Teaching: • Questioning & Divergent Problem Solving

  7. Curriculum Overview Click on a picture to learn more about the PE curriculum Body Management Manipulative Skills Rhythmic Skills Cooperative Education Physical Fitness Special Events

  8. Body Management Click on this picture to learn more about Educational Gymnastics! BACK • Control body in a safe & effective manner • Different ways to move or use body (running, hopping, skipping, twisting, stretching, etc.) • Changing speed, levels, directions, and pathways

  9. Educational Gymnastics BACK • Whittle Apparatus • Climbing, hanging, swinging, balancing, & much more • Patterns & combinations lead to endless possibilities

  10. Manipulative Skills BACK • Basic Skills: • Throwing, catching, rolling, bouncing, dribbling, kicking, volleying, striking, and much more • Advanced Skills: • Sport-specific – badminton, volleyball, bowling, hockey, soccer, frisbee, and much more • Offense and defense, team games, circus skills

  11. Rhythmic Activities Tinikling: National Dance of the Philippines BACK • Creative Dance & Rhythm • Students find beats & tempos & create movements • Cultural Dances

  12. Cooperative Education BACK • Teambuilding, problem-solving, cooperative games & “icebreakers” • Parachute, scooters, initiatives, & more • Focus on responsibility, communication, respect, &

  13. Physical Fitness Click here to view testing standards, demonstration videos, and other useful information BACK • CT Physical Fitness Assessment • Push-ups, curl-ups, stretching, & running • Pre-class warm-up routine uses similar exercises • Students learn about fitness concepts, certain muscles, and many exercises

  14. Special Events Click on a picture to learn more about each special event BACK Town-Wide Cross Country Run Jog-a-Thon Jump Rope for Heart A.C.E.S. Field Day

  15. Town-Wide Cross Country Run BACK • Every October: • Thursday, October 4th, 2012 • 1-Mile course for students in grades 4-6 • Help promote health and wellness!

  16. Jog-A-Thon We ran over 675 miles and raised over $1400!! BACK • Every October (run, walk, or jog for 25 min): • Friday, October 12th, 2012 • Fundraiser to support enrichment programs

  17. Jump Rope for Heart BACK Click here to visit the website • Last week before February vacation: • February 11th-15th, 2013 • Raises money for research to help the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke

  18. A.C.E.S. BACK • All Children Exercising Simultaneously • First Wednesday every May: May 1, 2013, 10:00 AM • Students, teachers, & staff members across the country enjoy 20 minutes of exercise to promote health wellness

  19. Field Day BACK • Friday before Memorial Day in May: • Friday, May 24th, 2013: 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM • Highlights student learning & experiences • Brings school & community together to promote healthy & active lifestyles

  20. Afternoon Athletes Click here • After-school program: • Increase fitness levels through a variety of fun and exciting educational, cooperative, and non-competitive games and activities • Contact the Parks & Recreation Dept.: • Phone: (860) 721-2890 • Website: Parks & Rec