Physical and Health Education

Volleyball (PEV30F, PEV40F) and Basketball (PEB30F, PEB40F) Skills Academies:

Course requirements:


Volleyball and Basketball Skills Academies are for any gr. 11 and 12 students and is used as their mandatory Physical Education credit for these grades.
* If class size and space allows, gr 10 students may be granted permission to take the gr. 11 credit.  This will then be only their gr 11 Phys Ed credit; they will still be required to take the
gr. 10 (PED20) credit.  The maximum number of times that a student can take the skills academies is TWO (gr. 11 and gr. 12).


Volleyball Skills Academy:

Course Description:


Students in PEV30 & 40F – Volleyball Academy will have the opportunity to earn their Physical Education credit with the major focus being on the sport of volleyball.  Theory units of study will include History of Sport, Sport Psychology, Sport Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology, Fitness Programming and Training, Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries, Theory of Coaching, Technical Coaching and Referee Certifications.  Sport Acquisition units will include skill development (basic and advanced), individual and team tactics, fitness and conditioning, offensive and defensive strategies as well as cross training activities.


Assessment:


The grade 11 and 12 PE curriculum is assessed on a “Complete” or “Incomplete” basis. The course has two components: Movement (Physical Activity) and Core (Health). Each component's requirements need to be met in order for the course to be Complete at the end of the semester. This means that students need to complete ALL course requirements in order to attain their credit.  Assessment will include tests, quizzes, projects, skill log book, etc. 
Students will also be required to complete a minimum of 10 volunteer hours towards their course completion.  These hours can be completed by  minor officiating at PCI home games (score keeping, line judge), coaching whether at PCI or in our community, etc. These hours must be completed by being involved in something volleyball-related. Hours will need to be logged and signed off by a supervisor.

 

 

Basketball Skills Academy:
Course Description:


Basketball Skills Academy students will have the opportunity to earn their gr 11 and/or gr 12 physical education credit with the major focus being on the sport of basketball.  Theory units of study will include History of Sport, Sport Psychology, Sport Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology, Fitness Programming and Training, Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries, Theory of Coaching, Technical Coaching and Referee Certifications.  Sport Acquisition units will include skill development (basic and advanced), individual and team tactics, fitness and conditioning, offensive and defensive strategies as well as cross training activities.


Assessment:


The grade 11 and 12 PE curriculum is assessed on a “Complete” or “Incomplete” basis. The course has two components: Movement (Physical Activity) and Core (Health). Each component's requirements need to be met in order for the course to be Complete at the end of the semester. This means that students need to complete ALL course requirements in order to attain their credit.  Assessment will include tests, quizzes, projects, skill log book, etc. 
Students will also be required to complete a minimum of 10 volunteer hours towards their course completion. These hours can be completed by score keeping, running the shot clock at PCI home games, coaching in the community, etc. These hours must be completed by being involved in something basketball-related. Hours will need to be logged and signed off by a supervisor.


Resistance Training (PER30F, PER40F):

PER30F Course Description:


This physical education introductory course to resistance training will focus on helping students gain knowledge and understanding of weight training, including equipment and proper technique with free, body and machine weighted exercises.  Students will also develop an understanding of resistance training benefits that will allow them to create a personalized program based on individual goals (muscular strength, muscular endurance, muscle size, flexibility). Also, students will study topics related to cardiorespiratory concepts, muscular concepts, nutrition, principles of health and fitness, skeletal & muscular anatomy and flexibility. This course is also designed to help students take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, encouraging and guiding them to lead an active and healthy lifestyle that will persist into their future.

PER40F Course Description:


This physical education course continues building on the knowledge and skills of weight training that students gained during the PED30F course that they have completed.  They will continue to develop their understanding of resistance training benefits, allowing them to create an individual and personalized program based on their fitness goals.  Students will study theory topics including cardio respiratory concepts, anatomy (skeletal and muscular), nutrition and principles of health and fitness.  This course is also designed to help students take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, encouraging and guiding them to lead an active and healthy lifestyle that will persist into their future.

Course requirements:

PER30F:  open to all gr 11 students as their mandatory physical education credit.
PER40F: open to gr. 12 students who have successfully completed the PER30F credit.  PER40F will be their mandatory physical education credit.  *PER30F is a pre-requisite for the PER40F credit. 

If a student wishes to take the PER40F credit without having earned the PER30F credit, they must meet with the Physical Education Department Head to discuss.  The student will need to have had personal experience/background with resistance training to be considered for the PED40F credit; and space/class size will be a consideration for this to occur.

Assessment:

The grade 11 and 12 PE curriculum is assessed on a “Complete” or “Incomplete” basis. The course has two components: Movement (Physical Activity) and Core (Health/Theory). Each component's requirements need to be met in order for the course to be Complete at the end of the semester. This means that students need to complete ALL course requirements in order to attain their credit.