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Health & PE Pacing Guide

Teacher’s Name: Ryan Fowler                        

Content: Health /PE

Grade: 9

 

Weeks

Anticipated Date

Content

ACT/Explore/Plan

Standards

 

Program of Studies

 

2014-2015

 

 

 

1

8/13-8/15

Physical Education (Badminton)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances

ACTMC3a

Exhibit knowledge of elementary number concepts including rounding, the ordering of decimals, pattern

identification, absolute value, primes, and greatest common factor

PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-4

2

8/18-8/22

Physical Education (Badminton)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances

ACTMD3a

Find and use the least common multiple

PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-4

3

8/25-8/29

Physical Education (Volleyball)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • explain how successful performance is impacted by physical, intellectual and emotional behaviors
  •  provide examples of how basic technical skills can help overcome certain physical limitations (e.g., height, muscle development)

ACTME4f

Simple Linear Equations

PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-3, PL-H-LPW-S-4

4

9/2-9/5

Physical Education (Volleyball)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • explain how successful performance is impacted by physical, intellectual and emotional behaviors
  •  provide examples of how basic technical skills can help overcome certain physical limitations (e.g., height, muscle development)

ACTME4f

Simple Linear Equations, Signed numbers/absolute value

PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-3, PL-H-LPW-S-4

5

9/8-9/12

Physical Education (Fitness Testing)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • design, implement, assess and refine a personal fitness plan based on the FITT Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time)
  • compare and contrast lifetime activities (e.g., golf, tennis, walking, dance, yoga, swimming) that improve or maintain the components of fitness (muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, cardio-respiratory endurance)
  • explain how the systems of the body (e.g., muscular, skeletal, nervous, respiratory, circulatory) respond to exercise
  • analyze and explain the relationships between caloric intake and caloric expenditure in relation to body composition, nutrition and physical activity

ACTMB1a

Solve One-Step Math Problems

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-LPW-S-7 PL-H-LPW-S-8 PL-H-LPW-S-9 PL-H-LPW-S-10

6

9/15-9/19

Physical Education (Archery)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances
  • identify and describe the mechanical principles (e.g., force, rotation, extension, leverage) that apply to movement skills in physical activities
  • analyze the contribution mechanical principles have in improving movement performance

ACTMD3b

Order fractions

PL-H-PS-S-1, PL-H-PS-S-2, PL-H-PS-S-3, PL-H-PS-S-4, PL-H-PS-S-5, PL-H-PS-S-6, PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5

7

9/22-9/26

Physical Education (Archery)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances
  • identify and describe the mechanical principles (e.g., force, rotation, extension, leverage) that apply to movement skills in physical activities
  • analyze the contribution mechanical principles have in improving movement performance

ACTMD3b

Order fractions

PL-H-PS-S-1, PL-H-PS-S-2, PL-H-PS-S-3, PL-H-PS-S-4, PL-H-PS-S-5, PL-H-PS-S-6, PL-H-PS-S-7, PL-H-LPW-S-5

8

9/29-10/3

Physical Education (Flag Football)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • explain how successful performance is impacted by physical, intellectual and emotional behaviors
  •  provide examples of how basic technical skills can help overcome certain physical limitations (e.g., height, muscle development)

ACTMD3e

Work with squares and square roots of numbers

PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-6 PL-H-LPW-S-3 PL-H-LPW-S-4

9

10/13-10/17

Physical Education (Flag Football)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate the impact of techniques used to improve motor skills (e.g., self-evaluation, individualized coaching, feedback)
  • explain how successful performance is impacted by physical, intellectual and emotional behaviors
  •  provide examples of how basic technical skills can help overcome certain physical limitations (e.g., height, muscle development)

ACTMD3e

Work with squares and square roots of numbers

PL-H-LPW-S-5, PL-H-LPW-S-6 PL-H-LPW-S-3 PL-H-LPW-S-4

10

10/20-10/24

Health (Nutrition)

  • meal planning, food selection, reading labels, weight control, special nutritional needs

ACTMC3a

Exhibit knowledge of elementary number concepts including rounding, the ordering of decimals, pattern

identification, absolute value, primes, and greatest common factor

PL-H-N-S-2 PL-H-N-S-3 PL-H-N-S-1 PL-H-N-S-5

11

10/27-10/31

Health (Nutrition)

  • positive and negative impact of food selections on maintaining and promoting health

ACTMD3a

Find and use the least common multiple

PL-H-N-S-2 PL-H-N-S-3 PL-H-N-S-1 PL-H-N-S-5

12

11/3-11/7

Health (Nutrition)

  • create meal plans utilizing print and non-print resources
  • analyze factors (e.g., geography, family, cultural background, convenience, cost, advertising, friends, personal taste) that influence healthy food choices

ACTME4f

Simple Linear Equations

PL-H-N-S-2 PL-H-N-S-3 PL-H-N-S-1 PL-H-N-S-5

13

11/10-11/14

Health (Nutrition)

  • identify issues, problems and solutions related to extreme eating behaviors (overeating, obesity, anorexia, bulimia)

ACTME4f

Simple Linear Equations, Signed numbers/absolute value

PL-H-N-S-4 PL-H-N-S-6 PL-H-N-S-7

14

11/17-11/21

Health (Nutrition)

  • evaluate the role of nutrients and food sources in the growth and development of healthy bodies
  • evaluate nutritional resources from home, school and community that provide valid health information

ACTMD3b

Order fractions

PL-H-N-S-4 PL-H-N-S-6 PL-H-N-S-7

15

11/24-11/26

Health (Nutrition)

  • evaluate the role of nutrients and food sources in the growth and development of healthy bodies
  • evaluate nutritional resources from home, school and community that provide valid health information

ACTMD3b

Order fractions

PL-H-N-S-4 PL-H-N-S-6 PL-H-N-S-7

16

12/1-12/5

Health (Nutrition)

  • evaluate the role of nutrients and food sources in the growth and development of healthy bodies
  • evaluate nutritional resources from home, school and community that provide valid health information

ACTMD3b

Order fractions

PL-H-N-S-4 PL-H-N-S-6 PL-H-N-S-7

17

12/8-12/12

Health (Safety)

  • analyze how responsible use of machinery and motorized vehicles (e.g., all-terrain vehicle, motorcycle, automobile, personal watercraft) and firearms reduce the risk of accidents and save lives
  • identify and describe potential hazards in home and schools and explain how to prevent injuries

ACTMB3a

Work with numerical factors

PL-H-S-S-1 PL-H-S-S-2 PL-H-S-S-3 PL-H-S-S-5

18

12/15-12/19

Health (Safety)

  • identify components of safety needed in developing a personal plan for emergency situations (e.g., weather, fire, tornado, lock down) at home or school
  • demonstrate refusal, negotiation and collaboration skills needed to avoid potentially harmful situations

ACTMD3d

Work with scientific notation

PL-H-S-S-1 PL-H-S-S-2 PL-H-S-S-3 PL-H-S-S-5

19

1/5-1/9

Health (Safety)

  • identify and access the available local, state, federal and international health and safety agencies (e.g., World Health Organization, Peace Corp, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Armed Forces) and explain the services they provide
  • use reliable safety resources and guidelines to help in avoiding injuries and dangerous situations (e.g., internet use, vehicles, firearms, watercraft)

ACTMD3e

Work with squares and square roots of numbers

PL-H-S-S-6 PL-H-S-S-7 PL-H-S-S-4 PL-H-S-S-8 PL-H-S-S-9

20

1/12-1/16

Health (Safety)

  • demonstrate communications skills needed in emergency situations
  • explain safety practices needed when assuming responsibilities (e.g., child care, house-sitting, elderly care, pet care) in caring for animals, property and other individuals

ACTMD3f

Work problems involving positive integer exponents

PL-H-S-S-6 PL-H-S-S-7 PL-H-S-S-4 PL-H-S-S-8 PL-H-S-S-9

21

1/20-1/23

Health (Safety)

  • demonstrate communications skills needed in emergency situations
  • explain safety practices needed when assuming responsibilities (e.g., child care, house-sitting, elderly care, pet care) in caring for animals, property and other individuals

ACTMD3f

Work problems involving positive integer exponents

PL-H-S-S-6 PL-H-S-S-7 PL-H-S-S-4 PL-H-S-S-8 PL-H-S-S-9

22

1/26-1/30

Health (Safety)

  • demonstrate communications skills needed in emergency situations
  • explain safety practices needed when assuming responsibilities (e.g., child care, house-sitting, elderly care, pet care) in caring for animals, property and other individuals

ACTMD3f

Work problems involving positive integer exponents

PL-H-S-S-6 PL-H-S-S-7 PL-H-S-S-4 PL-H-S-S-8 PL-H-S-S-9

23

2/2-2/6

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • understand the importance of assuming responsibility for personal health behaviors
  • making skills in developing, implementing and evaluating a personal wellness plan

ACTMD3g

Work with cubes and cube roots of numbers

PL-H-PW-S-PPH1 PL-H-PW-S-PPH2

24

2/9-2/13

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • evaluate the effectiveness of communication methods for expressing accurate health information and ideas
  • evaluate how an individual’s behaviors and choices of diet, exercise and rest affect the body

ACTMD3f

Determine when an expression is undefined

PL-H-PW-S-PPH3 PL-H-PW-S-PPH4 PL-H-PW-S-SMEH3

25

2/16-2/20

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • Students will demonstrate social interaction skills
  • demonstrate the ability to use various strategies when making decisions related to health needs and risks of young adults
  •  demonstrate refusal, negotiation and collaboration skills to use in avoiding potential harmful situations

ACTMA2a

Averages

PL-H-PW-S-SMEH1 PL-H-PW-S-SMEH2 PL-H-PW-S-SMEH3 PL-H-PW-S-SMEH4

26

2/23-2/27

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • explain basic structures and functions of the reproductive system as it relates to the human life cycle (e.g., conception, birth, childhood, adolescence, adulthood)
  • understand the importance of assuming responsibility for personal health behaviors

ACTMD3a

Multiples and Factors

PL-H-PW-S-GD1 PL-H-PW-S-PPH1

27

3/2-3/6

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • understand and analyze how personal, family and community health can be influenced and challenged

ACTMC3a

Ordering Numbers

PL-H-PW-S-FCH1 PL-H-PW-S-FCH2 PL-H-PW-S-FCH3

28

3/9-3/13

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • access and use a variety of resources from home, school and community that provide valid health information
  •  use print and non-print sources to: analyze how the prevention and the control of health problems are influenced by research and medical advances investigate the role of health care providers in disease prevention analyze how public health policies and government regulations influence health promotion and disease prevention

ACTMB3b

Digits Place Value

PL-H-PW-S-FCH1 PL-H-PW-S-FCH2 PL-H-PW-S-FCH3

29

3/16-3/20

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • demonstrate an understanding of the use and misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs

ACTMC2c

Probability

PL-H-PW-S-ATOD1

30

3/23-3/27

Health (Personal Wellness)

  • will demonstrate an understanding of diseases
  • students will explore family history, environment, lifestyle and other risk factors related to the cause or prevention of disease and other health problems

ACTMB4c

Combine Like Numbers

PL-H-PW-S-DP1 PL-H-PW-S-DP2 PL-H-PW-S-DP3

31

3/30-4/3

Physical Education (Basketball)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances

ACTMB4c

Combine Like Numbers

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-PS-S-7

32

4/13-4/17

Physical Education (Basketball)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances

ACTMB4c

Combine Like Numbers

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-PS-S-7

33

4/20-4/24

Physical Education(Ultimate Frisbee)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • when participating in a variety of physical activities, sports and games:
  • identify and apply rules of behavior and fair play (e.g., accepting authoritative decisions, assessing one’s own performance level, accepting skills and abilities of others through verbal and nonverbal actions for spectators and/or participants)
  • analyze the value of rules, fair play, cooperation, sportsmanship, teamwork and conflict resolution
  • develop and compare effectiveness of game strategies for offensive and defensive play

ACTMB3b

Digits Place Value

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-LPW-S-6

34

4/27-5/1

Physical Education(Ultimate Frisbee)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • when participating in a variety of physical activities, sports and games:
  • identify and apply rules of behavior and fair play (e.g., accepting authoritative decisions, assessing one’s own performance level, accepting skills and abilities of others through verbal and nonverbal actions for spectators and/or participants)
  • analyze the value of rules, fair play, cooperation, sportsmanship, teamwork and conflict resolution
  • develop and compare effectiveness of game strategies for offensive and defensive play

ACTMB3b

Digits Place Value

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-LPW-S-6

35

5/4-5/8

Physical Education (Fitness Testing)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • design, implement, assess and refine a personal fitness plan based on the FITT Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, Time)
  • compare and contrast lifetime activities (e.g., golf, tennis, walking, dance, yoga, swimming) that improve or maintain the components of fitness (muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, cardio-respiratory endurance)
  • explain how the systems of the body (e.g., muscular, skeletal, nervous, respiratory, circulatory) respond to exercise
  • analyze and explain the relationships between caloric intake and caloric expenditure in relation to body composition, nutrition and physical activity

ACTMB1a

Solve One-Step Math Problems

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-LPW-S-7 PL-H-LPW-S-8 PL-H-LPW-S-9 PL-H-LPW-S-10

36

5/11-5/15

Physical Education (Soccer)                

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • when participating in a variety of physical activities, sports and games:
  • identify and apply rules of behavior and fair play (e.g., accepting authoritative decisions, assessing one’s own performance level, accepting skills and abilities of others through verbal and nonverbal actions for spectators and/or participants)
  • analyze the value of rules, fair play, cooperation, sportsmanship, teamwork and conflict resolution
  • develop and compare effectiveness of game strategies for offensive and defensive play

ACTMB3b

Digits Place Value

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-LPW-S-6

37

5/18-5/22

Physical Education (Softball or Whiffle Ball)

  • participate regularly in physical activity
  • evaluate how an analysis of specialized movement patterns (e.g., golf club swing, shooting a basketball) and sequence evaluation (e.g., positioning, performing, follow through) can be used to detect and correct errors in performances

ACTMD3g

Work with cubes and cube roots of numbers

PL-H-LPW-S-5 PL-H-PS-S-5 PL-H-PS-S-7