EdNA Online - Search Top Level / School Education / Curriculum Resources / Health Physical Education/ lesson plans Units of Instruction. Fitness lesson plans and resources. http://www.edna.edu.au/go/browse/0:schooled:resources:healthphys:hpdlessons?View
YoungSaintLouis.com All lesson plans. Entertainment. Can you tell the difference between aerobicand anaerobic exercises? Profile. Suggested lesson plan for Highland, Ill. http://www.youngsaintlouis.com/archive/August2002/adults/alllessons.html
Extractions: skateboard park design gets BIGGER" Readability: Sixth grade reading level Possible hard words: Proper names: Nick Stevens, Maryland Heights, Holman Middle School, Creve Coeur Park, California, France, Spain, Ranken-Jordan Rehabilitation Center, Chris Ludwig, Debbie Green, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater2, PlayStation2, Mary Vaughn, Tom Clancy
YoungSaintLouis.com Suggested lesson plan for Cool Valley kids get health lessons early dioxide, respiratory,skeletal, circulation, extracurricular, aerobic, anaerobic, broccoli. http://www.youngsaintlouis.com/archive/August2002/adults/health.html
Extractions: Other words: dietician, oxygen, hydrogen dioxide, respiratory, skeletal, circulation, extra-curricular, aerobic, anaerobic, broccoli BEFORE READING: Have the young reader read all the items from the list of possible hard words. Provide help where needed. Afterward, ask the child to read the article aloud and be ready to discuss it after the reading.
Student Page 3. PE Central Grades 35 Physical Education lesson plans Look under the headingChasing, Fleeing, and Dodging. There are some good action games there. http://www.d300.kane.k12.il.us/EngageII/pes/student_page.htm
Extractions: Student Page InstructionsInterviewing another person about an action game. 1. What is the age of the players. 2. What is the goal or purpose of the game. 3. What is the number of players that can play. 4. Give all the details of how the game is played. 5. How active is it for all players. 6. How much competition is there. 7. Where is it best to play the game. 8. What equipment is needed. There are all kinds of games to be found at these web pages. Find one that has lots of action and you think would be fun for your class to play inphysical education class. Write down the bookmark number and the name of the game or print out the your chosen game. Games Kids Play There are many games on this page that are not action games. Click on the name of the game and read carefully to see if it has action for everyone. If you find a good one print it out. Xtra Games If you find a action game that sounds like it would be fun for everyone, print it out.
CLASSROOM LESSON #1 Must pedal steadily and continuously for at least 20 minutes to have an aerobiceffect. Calisthenics. Quality lesson plans for Secondary Physical Education. http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/1169/FIT1.HTML
Extractions: CLASSROOM LESSON #1 EVALUATING PROGRAMS PROGRESSION OF TASKS AND METHODS COGNITIVE CONCEPTS QUESTIONS AND APPLICATIONS SET INDUCTION: SHOW THE VIDEO FOR THE CHAPTER. CLASS DISCUSSION. How many of you are currently involved in some form of fitness activity, either on you own or with a sport in school? What types of things do you do in this activity that help you to get into better shape? Do you think there are things that you could do on your own to improve this even further? GROUP ACTIVITY.
Extractions: Designer Backgrounds -Teaching consultation Lesson Plans -Core knowledge Student Handouts -Core knowledge outline Slide Presentation -Visual aids for the lectures Lesson Plans -Practical skills and drills Student Handouts Final Exams -Core knowledge and Practical Business Forms VIDEO'S OF THE ACTUAL CLASSES TAUGHT -See the lesson plans come to life
Extractions: Designer Backgrounds -Teaching consultation Lesson Plans -Core knowledge Student Handouts -Core knowledge outline Slide Presentation -Visual aids for the lectures Lesson Plans -Practical skills and drills Student Handouts Final Exams -Core knowledge and Practical Business Forms VIDEO'S OF THE ACTUAL CLASSES TAUGHT -See the lesson plans come to life School Hosting Hosting Course Packages College and University School Licensing College and University Course Packages ... Back to top of Page
Extractions: Answers (PDF File) Activity 2 The following bar graph shows the millions of people participating in selected exercising methods. The graph involves this key. If you do not have the colors, the bars are arranged left to right as follows: Swimming (black), Exercise Walking (blue), Bicycle Riding (orange), Exercising with Equipment (green), Running/Jogging (white), Aerobic Exercise (pink), and Inline Skating (yellow).
Homeschool Family Fitness Test; Sit and Reach Test; Test Norm Charts; aerobic Fitness Test. LessonPlans Body Movement Fundamentals Unit; Ball Skills Unit; Rhythm http://www.kingsharvest.com/catalog/familyfitness.html
Extractions: Homeschool Family Fitness Sometimes we have to search literally for several years to find curriculum that we are confident about using with our own children and recommending to you. The area of Physical Education represents one of those several-year searches. We are so excited to have finally found a Christian resource that understands the dynamics of a "real" family with limited resources, equipment and numbers for "building a team"! The curriculum is written by a homeschool dad with years of experience teaching physical education at the elementary, secondary and college levels. And believe me, it's no st-t-r-ret-t-ch-ch to call this a complete curriculum. I've never seen a program that compares. Dr. Whitney lays out a 40-week physical education plan that covers the areas of: muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, and aerobic fitness, plus nutrition, anatomy, and more. Parents are provided with research and information on the importance of physical education in a home school program, and on how to use this curriculum. There are lab sheets, exercise charts, fitness contracts, log sheets,actually an appendix full of reproducible recordkeeping material for the course. Students will take quizzes and tests over knowledge gained, as well as being trained for a lifelong habit of fitness. Activities, exercises and games are included for indoors and outdoors, rainy days, cold days and wet days. This homeschool dad has thought of everything! The curriculum covers K-12 and should be used over and over again each year, as the students grow older, grow stronger and gain proficiency. Literally the only PE curriculum your homeschool needs. A King's Harvest TOP PICK!
Aerobic Challenge HeartSmart aerobic Challenge. The HeartSmart aerobic Challenge is an event designedto encourage all students to participate in regular aerobic exercise. http://www.cvph.org/heartsmart/achall.html
Extractions: HeartSmart for Kids HeartSmart Aerobic Challenge BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENT: The HeartSmart Aerobic Challenge is an event designed to encourage all students to participate in regular aerobic exercise. To participate, students must keep a log of all exercise sessions involving a minimum of twenty minutes of aerobic activity. Award prizes are distributed as students accumulate specific amounts of time. Award levels should be achievable by performing the minimum of 20 minutes of exercise, 3 days per week. Organizers of the event may wish to have parents, teachers or other adult, sign off to verify exercise time. Only those students who wish to participate and obtain parental consent may participate. Parents and staff are invited to participate as well. The program may be run through physical education classes, health class or home room. GOALS: To increase the number of students that currently engage in aerobic exercise. To introduce the feeling of well-being and accomplishment that coincides with regular aerobic exercise. To utilize regular aerobic exercise to promote weight loss, cholesterol lowering and heart health.
Aerobic Challenge CVPH MEDICAL CENTER Preventive Rehabilitative Cardiology HeartSmartfor Kids HeartSmart Cooking Demonstration for the general public. http://www.cvph.org/heartsmart/cookdemo.html
Extractions: HeartSmart for Kids HeartSmart Cooking Demonstration for the general public BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENT: A guest chef will provide hands-on demonstration of food preparation techniques, recipes, and tips on lower fat cooking. Handouts and taste samples will be provided. GOALS: OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of the demonstration participants should be able to: