PE 1 and PE 2 SYLLABUS 2017-18
Teacher's Name: Jim Schlatter, Chunk Knight JJ Stolsig
Contact info email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Phone: 503-263-7200 ext: 5951(Jim Schlatter & JJ Stolsig)
Students are given an opportunity to perform in a variety of fitness and lifetime activities, individual, dual and team sports. Sports and activities may include: Basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, walking/running, tennis, golf, badminton, floor hockey, cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance and recreational games.
Standards-based grading Students are graded based on acquired knowledge of the Oregon Content Standards and Common Core State Standards. Students will be graded under two categories: formative and summative assessments. Formative assessments are used for learning. Examples might be quizzes, exit slips, homework, etc. They let students, parents and teachers know how a student is progressing in his/her learning. Summative assessments are assessments of learning. Examples might be unit exams, essays, etc. They let students, parents and teachers know what a student has learned when instruction is over.
Students are graded based on acquired knowledge of the Oregon Content Standards and/or Common Core State Standards. Students will be graded under two categories:1) formative (10% of total grade) and 2) summative (90% of total grade) assessments. Formative assessments are used for learning. They let students, parents and teachers know how a student is progressing in his/her learning. Summative assessments are assessments of learning. They let students, parents and teachers know what a student has learned when instruction is over.
Exhibit appropriate work ethic and behaviors in school, community, and workplace.
1. Identify tasks that need to be done and initiate action to complete the tasks.
2. Plan, organize, and complete projects and assigned tasks on time, meeting agreed upon
standards of quality.
3. Take responsibility for decisions and actions and anticipate consequences of decisions and
4. Maintain regular attendance and be on time.
5. Maintain appropriate interactions with colleagues.
Daily points will be based on the following scale
0 points No Performance
1 point Minimal Performance
2 points Moderate Performance
3 points Proficient Performance
4 points Exceptional Performance
Daily points will be scored as formative for the first two weeks and summative for the remaining weeks.
Helpful Details so Your PE Experience is a Positive One
HALL PASSES for drinks, locker and restroom will only be allowed once we are finished with warm ups and instruction time. Ask before leaving. No leaving the first and last 10 minutes of class. (10/10 rule)
NO PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES DURING CLASSTIME: This includes: cell phones,
CD/MP3 players, cameras and any game device. These items will be confiscated and returned to you at the end of the day and the student will lose performance points. If they are seen another time we will follow the consequences in the student handbook.
MAKE UP FOR DAYS UNABLE TO PERFORM Students are allowed to make up 5 NON PERFORMANCE DAYS They do so by doing activities that raise their heart rate and are recorded on their own paper and validated by an adult. It takes one hour of activity outside of the regular school day to make up one day. You have 1 week from your non performance day to complete. After the 1week you will receive only half credit and that no make up’s over one week will be accepted the last week of the trimester.
DRESS TIME: Each student has a 5-minute dress time at the beginning and end of the period. STUDENTS ARE TO CHANGE IN APPROPRIATE LOCKER ROOMS, NOT THE RESTROOMS, WEIGHT ROOM OR THE GYMS.
LOCKERS AND LOCKS: Each student is given a locker to be used during the term. Students MUST have a master or american padlock to secure their belongings. You may purchase these in the office for $8.00. Combinations should remain confidential. There are multiple teams and organizations that use the locker rooms outside of the normal day so KEEP YOUR THINGS LOCKED UP!
TARDIES: A student needs to be in the Locker Room at or prior to the tardy bell and in line for roll call 5 minutes thereafter. STUDENTS ARE TO REMAIN IN THE PE FACILITY UNTIL THE DISMISSAL BELL RINGS. Any PE student caught in a non-designated area before the bell rings will receive a class cut and will be assigned appropriate discipline by teacher and/or administration.
PROFANITY: The PE department will not condone profanity under any circumstances. Disciplinary action will be the taken.
SAFETY: Do not begin activity until instructor is present. No horseplay or running in the locker rooms. Use spotters and safety skills when warranted.
INJURIES AND ILLNESS: If a student is well enough to attend school, he/she will be expected to dress down and perform to the best of their ability on that given day. Parental excuses for illness will be accepted for TWO days but students need to be aware that their Performance points will not be earned. An extended illness or injury warrants a doctor’s excuse and statement of specific limitations. The PE department will modify activities to accommodate the limitation of the student for the time specified by their physician.
TIPS FOR SUCCESS: Be on time, prepared, have fun, and ready to work out.
Canby High School Strength and Conditioning Syllabus 2016-18
Course and credit(s)Strength and Conditioning. This course earns graduation credit in the following content area: P.E.
Each passing trimester is .5 credit earned.
Course DescriptionStrength and Conditioning is designed for students who are serious about improving their strength, speed, quickness, agility, and overall body composition. The goals for the student during this course will be to…
PrerequisiteMust have passed PE 1 or a previous Strength and Conditioning course with a “C” or higher.
Instructor and Contact Information
Jim Schlatter email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone number: 263-7200 ext. 5951
Brett Rhodes email: email@example.com phone number: 263-7200 ext. 5951
JJ Stolsig email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone number: 263-7200 ext. 5951
Jim Schlatter www.jimschlatter.weebly.com
Brett Rhodes www.coachrhodes.weebly.com
JJ Stolsig www.jjstolsig.weebly.com
Locker Room Area:
Attendance is essential for student success. Any attendance issues will be addressed following the school attendance policy (see student handbook).
If tardiness/absenteeism becomes an issue, parent contact will be attempted and a referral sent to the Student Center.
If a student is absent, it is the student’s responsibility to make-up missed material. Each student is responsible for all course content whether the student was present for class or not. Hint: Check the website!
It is a great benefit for students to be able to look back at previous work. Thus, materials will be referenced throughout the course and students are expected to keep all course materials neat and organized.
SuppliesAppropriate clothes that can be used for exercise. See above
Topics of Study and Major Assignments
The goal of this class is to provide the student with the opportunity to develop, as well as increase, their overall body strength through the use of free weight, and machines. In addition, the students will be working on development of quickness and agility with a variety of SAQ drills and training techniques. Along with the instruction in the proper form and technique required to perform each lifting exercise, agility exercise, quickness movement the student will receive training / information in the following areas:
- cardio - vascular fitness - flexibility - nutrition -goal setting -body composition
- abdominal strength - positive work ethic
Each student will progress through two(2) to three(3) phases over the length of each trimester, with the final goal being to test each student with a 1 - 3 rep max. on 4 of the 6 core lift that will make up the foundation of our program. The student will have the option to decide if they want to do a 1 or 3 rep test at the end of the trimester. The exercises to be tested are the bench press, the incline press, the power clean/deadlift, and the back squat.
Formative assessments are used for learning. They let students, parents and teachers know how a student is progressing in his/her learning. The first three weeks of class will be formative assessments for the students. This will make up 10% of the student’s grade
Summative assessments are assessments of learning. They let students, parents and teachers know what a student has learned when instruction is over. Summative assessments will start week four. This will make up 90% of the student’s grade.
Due to the nature of the work in this course, no late work is accepted beyond work made up due to absence.
Talk to teacher about how to make up excused absences.
Grades will be determined by the following scale:
99 – 100%
92 – 98%
82 – 88%
72 – 78%
62 – 68%
90 – 91%
80 – 81%
70 – 71%
60 – 61%
F – Below 60%
Students’ grades will be posted in the classroom by student ID number. Grades will also be accessible via the StudentVUE and ParentVUE portals online. Grades will be updated, in class and online, about weekly. If there are any questions about a student’s grade, feel free to contact the instructor to discuss them.
Options for Help
Do not hesitate to seek help whenever needed, many options are available:
Note: The instructor reserves the right to make any changes to the course/syllabus deemed necessary to facilitate student learning.