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    Physical Education Syllabus – Rochester High School  Objectives:  The purpose of physical education in the high school setting is two fold.  (1)  It is required so that each student maintains a high degree of wellness by participating in daily fitness tasks designed to benefit all aspects of one’s overall health.  (2)  It is required to expose students to a variety of lifetime fitness activities that the students may incorporate in their own lifestyles so as to combat life’s major illnesses and diseases.  Moreover, by exposing students to lifetime fitness “tasks,” students are given knowledge and tools that allow them to better manage their level of fitness which leads to a higher “quality of life” as they age and mature.  Goals of class:Each student will… Have an increased understanding of lifetime fitness activities and popular sports Comprehend rules and strategies involved in succeeding in major sports and/or activities Improve upon skills involved in teamwork, problem solving, cooperation, and sportsmanship Be exposed to principals relating to several areas of wellness...see belowThe Intellectual Aspect:This aspect of wellness refers to having a curiosity and strong desire to learn, as well as staying stimulated with new ideas and problem solving. (Ex. - game strategy)The Emotional Aspect:   This aspect of wellness is striving to meet emotional needs constructively. It is maintaining good health, a positive attitude, high self-esteem, and a strong self-image. (Ex. – Sportsmanship) The Physical Aspect: This aspect of wellness is maintained by applying the knowledge and skills of sound nutrition, exercise, sport skills, and safety in class and life. (Ex. – Fitness)  The Social Aspect:    This aspect of wellness refers to the desire and ability to form meaningful and supportive relationships with others. (Ex. – Teamwork / Cooperation) Sport Specific and/or lifetime activities:  Football Monsterball (Ha

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  • Rochester Area Middle School - PE Syllabus

    Rochester Area Middle School – PE Syllabus  Objectives: The purpose of physical education in the middle school setting is two fold. (1) It is required so that each student maintains a high degree of wellness by participating in daily fitness tasks designed to benefit all aspects of one’s overall health. (2) It is required to expose students to a variety of lifetime fitness activities that the students may incorporate in their own lifestyles so as to combat life’s major illnesses and diseases. Moreover, by exposing students to lifetime fitness “tasks,” students are given knowledge and tools that allow them to better manage their level of fitness which leads to a higher “quality of life” as they age and mature.  Goals of class:Each student will… Have an increased understanding of lifetime fitness activities and popular sports Comprehend rules and strategies involved in succeeding in major sports and/or activities Improve upon skills involved in teamwork, problem solving, cooperation, and sportsmanship Be exposed to principals relating to several areas of wellness...see belowThe Intellectual Aspect:This aspect of wellness refers to having a curiosity and strong desire to learn, as well as staying stimulated with new ideas and problem solving. (Ex. - game strategy)The Emotional Aspect:   This aspect of wellness is striving to meet emotional needs constructively. It is maintaining good health, a positive attitude, high self-esteem, and a strong self-image. (Ex. – Sportsmanship) The Physical Aspect: This aspect of wellness is maintained by applying the knowledge and skills of sound nutrition, exercise, sport skills, and safety in class and life. (Ex. – Fitness) The Social Aspect:    This aspect of wellness refers to the desire and ability to form meaningful and supportive relationships with others. (Ex. – Teamwork / Cooperation) Sport Specific and/or lifetime activities: ·         Football·         Mons

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