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  1. Individual commitment to a group effort -- that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work. --Vince Lombardi

  2. Teaching Philosophy • Discuss with your Curricular Team • Identify Similarities and Differences • Consider how the teaching philosophies will impact your group development of a scope and sequence. • Review Teaching Philosophy assignment You should have and continue to consider these….

  3. Designing Physical Education Curriculum Curricular Teams http://users.rowan.edu/~cone/curriculum/currteams.html

  4. Scope and Sequence • Assignment Review • (http://users.rowan.edu/~cone/curriculum/scopeandsequence.html) • Use of backward design – Wiggins & McTighe

  5. Text References forProgram Planning • Physical Activity Handbook • Comprehensive School Health Education • Core Concepts in Health • Developmental Physical Education for All Children

  6. Scope and Sequence • Discussion of teamwork benefits • Lessons of the Geese

  7. Teamwork Benefits • More creativity leading to more ideas and better results • Increased satisfaction • The opportunity to develop and acquire new skills

  8. Teamwork Benefits • The speed at which things can be achieved • A sounding board for testing out ideas and thoughts • A support network that you can draw on

  9. Scope and Sequence • Scope • PE – 5 Broad Content Areas with 5 units in each area. • Broad Content Area - Net/Wall • Badminton, Tennis, Pickleball, Handball, Table Tennis)

  10. Scope and Sequence • Scope • HE – 3 Broad Content Areas with 5 units in each area. • Broad Content Area - Sexuality • Dev Intimate Relationships, Communication, Pairing and Singlehood, Marriage, Family Life)

  11. Scope and Sequence • Frequency of offerings • Consider clusters (3&4 or 9&10) or alternate year offerings (6 & 8, 8 & 10, 9 & 11) • Resist offering same content multiple times – it will be counter productive

  12. Scope and Sequence • Frequency of offerings • Remember – 9th grade health covers certain topics, 10th grade others • The same thing should happen in physical education

  13. Scope and Sequence • Offerings • Remember – students should not “major” in anything – e.g., they should not have basketball in the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 • The same thing should happen in physical education

  14. Scope and Sequence • Think about…………… • what you are teaching • what are your program goals and • how human targets (dodgeball) have absolutely NO place in your curriculum