PE 354 Week 3 Notes
PE 354 Week 3 Notes PE 354
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Michaela Rosenberger on Friday September 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PE 354 at Western Kentucky University taught by Dr. Reed in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see PE for Elementary in Physical Education at Western Kentucky University.
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Physical Education 354 Notes Week 3 0 How much PE is required by KY law Freshman health and PE 0 Do all elementary schools have to have PE teachers SBDMC Site Based Decision Making Council can make decision to exclude PE 0 What does KAHPERD stand for Kentucky Association Health Physical Education and Recreation Department 0 How Will PE be assessed Program review as part of a new assessment basically turning in lesson plans PE Buzz Words 0 Screen Time amount of time kids spend in front of the television MVPA moderate to Vigorous physical activity Every lesson should include at least 50 of this 0 PAE Physical Activity Education 0 Skill Themes Planned movement time Most important aspect of PE SAFETY Aspects of a Quality PE Program 0 Purpose 0 Long Term Goals 0 Developmentallyinstructionally appropriate 0 Makes a difference beyond elementary school Why Children Need PE 0 Regular Activity obese screen time 0 Skill developmentfundamentals 0 Improve fitness levels 0 SelfDisciplineinterest inventories 0 Goal Setting 0 Leadership and cooperation 0 Enhanced self esteem 0 Stress reduction Which can also help classroom teachers 0 Strengthen peer relationships Girls who do not participate in sports before the age of 10 have less than a 10 chance of doing so by the age of 25 Quality PE Program 150 minutes of physical activity recommended each week Class size should be the same as a regular class size Sequential developmental curriculumstart with fundamentals and build 50 MVPA Practice High Rates of Success Positive Developmental Environment Realistic Expectations Teacher Background Adequate equipment and facilities Enjoyable HAVE FUN Developmentally Appropriate PE Children develop at different rates Age does not predict motor ability if so all adults would be great at most sports Children develop motor skills through play The myth of the natural athletedifferences in physical abilities between boys and girls Skill Themes Fundamental Movements that are later modified into the more specialized patterns on which activities of increasing complexity are built Curriculum Diamond Developing Expertise 912 A A Exploring Possibilities 68 A A Building Foundations P5