Physical Education

Week of September 17-21

Monday, September 17
Objectives: Understand the rules and scoring of a team sport (kick ball). Understand and respect players of all skill levels.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Discuss: Kick Ball History/Rules
3. Choose Teams
4. Kick Ball Games

Tuesday, September 18
Objective: Demonstrate knowledge and skills of a team sport (flag football).
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Kick Ball Games

Wednesday, September 19
Objective: Discuss and perform cardiovascular endurance and meet target zones.
1. Guided Exercise/Stretches
2. Conditioning: Ramps x 12 Minutes

Thursday, September 20
Objective: Exhibit socially desirable behaviors.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Kick Ball Games

Friday, September 21
Objective: Learn responsibility, leadership, and respect through participation in each activity.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Kick Ball Games
______________________________________________________________________________
Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Conditioning: Ramps x 12 Minutes


Week of September 10-14

Monday, September 10
Objectives: Understand the rules and scoring of a team sport (flag football). Understand and respect players of all skill levels.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Discuss: Flag Football History/Rules
3. Choose Teams
4. Flag Football Games
-Winner Stays On

Tuesday, September 11
Objective: Demonstrate knowledge and skills of a team sport (flag football).
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Discuss: Flag Football History/Rules
3. Flag Football Games
-Winner Stays On

Wednesday, September 12
Objective: Discuss and perform cardiovascular endurance and meet target zones.
1. Guided Exercise/Stretches
2. Conditioning: Up and Overs x 10

Thursday, September 13
Objective: Exhibit socially desirable behaviors.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Discuss: Flag Football History/Rules
3. Flag Football Games
-Winner Stays On

Friday, September 14
Objective: Learn responsibility, leadership, and respect through participation in each activity.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Flag Football Games
-Winner Stays On
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Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Conditioning: Up and Overs x 10


Week of September 3-7

Monday, September 3
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY—NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, September 4
Objective: Perform and improve in physical education common assessments.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Presidential Fitness Testing
-Sit Ups
-Shuttle Run

Wednesday, September 5
Objective: Perform and improve in physical education common assessments.
1. Guided Exercise/Stretches
2. Presidential Fitness Testing
-Push Ups
-V-Sit Reach

Thursday, September 6
Objective: Perform and improve in physical education common assessments.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Presidential Fitness Testing
-Pull Ups

Friday, September 7
Objective: Performa and improve in physical education common assessments.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Presidential Fitness Testing
-12-Minute Run
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Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Presidential Fitness Testing:
-Sit Ups
-Shuttle Run
-Push Ups
-V-Sit Reach
-Pull Ups
-12-Minute Run


Week of August 27-31

Monday, August 27
Objectives: Perform and discuss exercise, fitness, and conditioning.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1.5 Miles
-Walk Straights/Jog Curves

Tuesday, August 28
Objectives: Discuss and perform cardiovascular endurance and meet target zones.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1.5 Miles
-Walk Curves, Jog Straights

Wednesday, August 29
Objective: Establish personal fitness levels and goals.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1.5 Miles
-Timed Run

Thursday, August 30
Objectives: Perform the skills of exercise.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1.5 Miles
-200 Run, 200 Walk x 6

Friday, August 31
Objective: Establish personal fitness levels and goals.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1.5 Miles
-Ramps
*Jog 3, Walk 1 x 4
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Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Timed Run: 1.5 Miles


Week of August 20-24

Monday, August 20
Objectives: Perform and discuss exercise, fitness, and conditioning.
1. Assign Squads
2. Take Roll
3. Complete:
-Height and Weight
-Turn In Physical Education Policies and Procedures
-Lockers
4. Guided Exercises/Stretches
5. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1 Mile
-Walk Straights/Jog Curves

Tuesday, August 21
Objectives: Discuss and perform cardiovascular endurance and meet target zones.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1 Mile
-Walk Curves, Jog Straights

Wednesday, August 22
Objective: Establish personal fitness levels and goals.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1 Mile
-Timed Run

Thursday, August 23
Objectives: Perform the skills of exercise.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1 Mile
-Ladder 400, 300, 200, 100, 200, 400

Friday, August 24
Objective: Establish personal fitness levels and goals.
1. Guided Exercises/Stretches
2. Walk, Jog, Run Unit: 1 Mile
-Rams
*Jog 2, Walk 1 x 3
______________________________________________________________________________
Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Timed Run: 1 Mile


HOBBS HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT POLICIES

I. UNIFORMS:
1. Clean black, white, or gray T-shirt and gym shorts of good taste are required. (No derogatory advertising or comments.)
2. Clean socks and tennis shoes are required. (no cleated shoes)
3. Clothing used in physical education classes should be cleaned weekly.
II. LOCKS AND LOCKERS:
1. P.E. lockers must be used by all those in physical education classes. Athletic locker rooms will not be opened during the P.E. class.
2. Only personal toiletries and uniform items will be allowed in P.E. lockers.
3. All students must have a combination lock (no key locks) on their lockers. The student must provide the instructor with a combination. If this is not done the lock will be cut off at the student’s expense. Instructor will not be responsible for items left in lockers which are not locked or for loose items left in the locker room. Any money should be given to the instructor to be secured. Also it is suggested students not bring expensive shoes or clothing to use as P.E. uniform.
III. STUDENT BEHAVIOR:
1. Students will conduct themselves in a socially acceptable manner at all times when they are in the gym area. No swearing, fighting, or use of obscene gestures.
2. Absolutely no drinks or food allowed in the gym area.
3. Street shoes are not to be worn on the main playing area of the gym.
4. No chewing tobacco or cigarettes are allowed in the gym area, or on the high school campus.
5. CELL PHONES or any other electronic devices will not be allowed in the gym area or weight room. Lock boxes are provided for safe placement of your cell phone/electronic device until the end of class.
IV. GRADING:
1. 80% of your grade will be based on participation and sportsmanship. This includes daily attendance, unsuits, tardies, your participation level based on citizenship, and team work. Each student must suit out every day. If students are not dressed out, a written report will be assigned and points deducted. If the student is ill and unable to participate he/she must still suit out to receive credit for the participation, unless otherwise restricted with a doctor’s notice. All missed work must be made up. 20 points are deducted each day student is not dressed out. Points may also be deducted for not participating even though suited out. Unexcused absences will negatively affect the student’s grade.
2. 20% of your grade will be based on knowledge and skill. This includes skill tests, written and/or physical evaluation, and teacher evaluation.
3. A student who does not dress out and/or participate for three consecutive days will receive a parent contact via phone, email, or signed note.
4. Tardies will negatively effect your grade. Students should be in the gym within five minutes after the tardy bell.
5. Students will not be allowed to leave gym area until class period is over.
6. Students must stay in their assigned gyms, with assigned teacher during class, not doing so will negatively affect their grade.


Physical Education
Week of August 13-17

Monday, August 13
TEACHER WORK DAY

Tuesday, August 14
TEACHER WORK DAY

Wednesday, August 15
Objective: Familiarize students with policies and procedures at Hobbs High School.
1. Sophomore Orientation
2. Take Roll
3. Introduce Students to Class

Thursday, August 16
Objectives: Familiarize students with Physical Education schedules, policies, and procedures.
1. Take Roll
2. Announcements
-Start Dressing Out on Monday 8/20
3. Pass Out & Go Over
-Physical Education Policies and Procedures

Friday, August 17
Objective: Perform and complete evaluations and assessments.
1. Turn In: Signed
-Physical Education Policies and Procedures
2. Record: Height and Weight
3. Class Examination Exercise
-Reasons for taking Weight Training
-Expectations for the Instructor
-Expectations for the Students
______________________________________________________________________________
Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Daily Participation
2. Signed Papers
-Physical Education Policies and Procedures
3. Record: Height and Weight
4. Class Examination Exercise

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