P.E. Logs

Student Log Sheets are often a critical piece of a students monthly attendance and accountability. Please read through each of the Log Sheet titles to find the correct sheet that applies to your area. Please download them, so you have a permanent copy on your computer. Make a folder on your desktop dedicated to Log Sheets. You will be using these for 2-4-years.


Physical Education:

Please read below the PE course descriptions to see what activity falls under each PE title. **Let your teacher know if you are participating in a physical fitness activity that is not listed.


What PE logs do I need?

Grade 9 - PE 1 with a Health component. (Multiple activities and participation on a sports team)

Grade 10 - PE 2  (Multiple activities and participation on a sports team)

Grade 10 - Elective PE: Aquatic, Aerobic, Individual/Duel
-OR Team Sports (one sport each semester)

Grade 11 - Elective PE: Aquatic, Aerobic, Individual/Duel, Weight Training, Adventure/Outdoor
-OR Team Sports (one sport each semester)

Grade 12 - Elective PE: Aquatic, Aerobic, Individual/Duel, Weight Training, Adventure/Outdoor
-OR Team Sports (one sport each semester)


Descriptions:

P.E. 1 with a Health component: High School PE Courses 1 and 2 provide the foundation for high school instruction. Students develop proficient movement skills in each area of physical education; they expand their capabilities for independent learning; and they examine practices that allow for sound decision making to enhance successful participation in movement activities. This course includes Health Education to include; Nutrition, Physical activity, Growth, Development, and Sexual Health, Injury Prevention and Safety, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Mental, Emotional, and Social Health, Personal and Community Health.


Physical Education 2: High School PE Courses 1 and 2 provide the foundation for high school instruction. Students develop proficient movement skills in each area of physical education; they expand their capabilities for independent learning; and they examine practices that allow for sound decision making to enhance successful participation in movement activities. This course includes a Health Education component if not included in the students 9th grade year of PE 1. Topics to include; Nutrition, Physical activity, Growth, Development, and Sexual Health, Injury Prevention and Safety, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Mental, Emotional, and Social Health, Personal and Community Health.


Aerobic Activities:
Aerobic dance, running, jogging, ice skating, roller skating, swimming, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, cycling, rowing, triathlon, brisk walking, tennis, basketball, football, soccer, elliptical trainer, jump roping, volleyball, wrestling, baseball, softball, water-polo, martial arts.


Aquatic Activities: Diving, kayaking, canoeing, rowing, snorkeling, swimming, life guarding, scuba diving, synchronized swimming, water polo, water skiing, sailing, surfing, water aerobics, bodyboarding, kite surfing, wind surfing.


Dance: Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Funk, Modern, Ballroom, Folk, Tap, Waltz, Tango, Swing, Salsa, Concert Dance, Contemporary Dance, Cultural Dance, Capoeira, Rhythm Gymnastics.

Individual and Dual Activities: Archery, bowling, cycling, cricket, golf, gymnastics, tumbling, roller skating, ice skating, surfing, yoga, badminton, handball, racquetball, squash, rugby, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, lawn bowling, paddle ball, tennis, horseback riding, endurance riding, martial arts.


Adventure/Outdoor Activities: Adventure/Outdoor Education will focus on water sports, including swimming and canoeing, and hiking, rock climbing, with an introduction to other outdoor sports such as archery. An overnight camping trip is expected. Students will learn skills and concepts related to outdoor sports, understand the health and fitness benefits derived from participation in adventure/outdoor activities, develop realistic yet challenging health-related fitness goals, and be able to explain and follow safety procedures during such activities. A major expectation of the course is for the student to develop and participate in a personal fitness program that incorporates knowledge and skills gained in the course.


Weight Training: Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. It utilizes the the force of gravity in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks in order to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or  eccentric contraction. Weight training uses a variety of specialized equipment to target specific muscle groups and types of movement.

Sports where strength training is central are bodybuilding, weightlifting, powerlifting, and strongman, Highland games, shotput, discus throw, and javelin throw and the high jump. Many other sports use strength training as part of their training regimen, notably; martial arts, football, wrestling, rugby, track and field, rowing, lacrosse, basketball, baseball, and hockey. Strength training for other sports and physical activities is becoming increasingly popular.



 
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