Welcome to the Walworth Physical Education Department

Mr. Hummel and Mrs. Halma

 

Grading Policy

Philosophy of Physical Education

 Units of Study

Background of Teachers

Homework

Curriculum Links

Health and P.E. Links

Cool Links for Kids

Physical Education Standards

Assessments/Rubrics

Human Growth and Development

Parent Letters

Permission slips

Physical Education Fees

Schedules

Unit Block Plans

 

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Grading Policy (Assessments/Rubrics)

 

*Walworth’s grading policy uses Wisconsin Physical Education Standards-Based Grading.  State Standards for Wisconsin Physical Education

 

 

*Each day every student will be assessed on a 4-point rubric (4-0)

 

A Daily Rubric which is under the Physical Education Standards “Learning Skills and Respectful Behaviors”

 

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A Performance Rubric which is under the Physical Education Standards “Leading an Active Lifestyle and Physical Skill Development”

 

 

 

*Throughout the year, students will take written tests/quizzes on their knowledge of team and individuals activities/sports.

 

                                               

 

 

 

 

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Philosophy of Physical Education

 

Our K-8 program goals should enable students to:

 

1.      Develop motor skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities through active participation.

2.      Obtain information and develop and understanding of those concepts necessary to make participation in physical activities enjoyable.

3.      Assess, develop, improve, and maintain a personal level of fitness necessary for an active, healthy lifestyle.

4.      Appreciate physical activity and its contributions to a healthy lifestyle while implementing responsibility, character, and sportsmanship.

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Units of Study

 

Soccer

Flag Football

Volleyball

Lifetime Activities

Basketball

Softball

Floor Hockey

Badminton

Track and Field

Cooperative Games

Jump Rope for Heart

Presidential Fitness

Dance/Aerobics

Tumbling/Gymnastics

Elementary Games

Health

Roller-skating

 

 

 

 

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Background of Teachers

 

Mr. Troy Hummel

Email address ( Troy.Hummel@walworth.k12.wi.us )

1999 Graduate of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Degree in K-12 Physical Education, Health Education, and Coaching

Teaching K-8 Physical Education at Walworth Elementary since 1999/2000 school year

Coached 10 years as B-team Flag Football coach at Walworth Elementary

A-Team Flag Football coach since 2009/2010 school year

Coached 10 years at Big Foot High School – Junior Varsity and Varsity Baseball Coach

Married with one child

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Mrs. Martha Halma

Email address ( Martha.Halma@walworth.k12.wi.us )

 

Graduate of University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse

Degree in K-12 Physical Education and Coaching

Starting 16th year as K-8 Physical Education Teacher at Walworth Elementary

Starting 12th year as Girls Track and Field Coach

Completed 6 years of Coaching High School Varsity Gymnastics

Married with three children

 

 

 

 

Homework

 

Homework Hotline Phone Numbers…..275-6896 ext. 329(Mr. Hummel)    275-6896 ext. 336(Mrs. Halma)

*Homework will be determined by each teacher and unit of study.

*Keep in mind…Students make sure to wear warm clothes during the Fall and Spring school times.  We will be outside!

*Last reminder…Students need to bring BFASA uniform (shorts and shirt)

 

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Curriculum Links

 

State Standards for Wisconsin Physical Education

 

Developmental Model for children

 

Kinesiological Model for children

 

Assessment Guidelines for K-2

 

Curriculum Guidelines for K-7

 

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Health and P.E. Links

 

PE Central The Web Site for Health and Physical Education Teachers

 

PE Time at Valp

http--www.dpi.state.wi.us-standards-pdf-phyed.pdf

 

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

 

healthfinder? - your guide to reliable health information

CDC - Site Index A - Z

Human Anatomy Online - InnerBody.com

 

NutritionData's Nutrition Facts Calorie Counter

Fitness Jumpsite Calorie Calculator

Exercise (Physical Activity) and Children

 

pelinks4u.org

sports-media.org/

fitnesslinks.com

aahperd.org

 

 

 

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Cool Links for Kids

 

kidshealth.org

sikids.com/index

getactivestayactive

freshstarts.com/index

dole5aday

healthychoices

diabolotricks

teachcircus

brainpop

innerbody

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Assessments/Rubrics

 

*Walworth’s grading policy uses Wisconsin Physical Education Standards-Based Grading.  (StandardScore)

 

*Each day every student will be assessed on a 4-point rubric (4-0)

 

A Daily Rubric which is under the Physical Education Standards “Learning Skills and Respectful Behaviors”

 

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A Performance Rubric which is under the Physical Education Standards “Leading an Active Lifestyle and Physical Skill Development”

 

 

                                               

Walworth Middle School Physical Education Daily Rubric

(Standards: Learning Skills and Respectful Behaviors)

 CRITERIA

EXCEEDS THE STANDARDS

4

MEETS THE STANDARDS

3

ADEQUATELY MEETS THE STANDARDS

2

NEEDS WORK MEETING THE STANDARDS

1

IS NOT ATTEMPTING TO MEET THE STANDARDS

0

CLASS ARRIVAL AND PARTICIPATION

Arrives in the locker room during the passing period all of the time

Arrives in the locker room during the passing period most of the time

Arrive in the locker room later than most students but is dressed and warming up on time

Sometimes arrives in the locker room later than most students and does not have time to warm up 

Always arrives late in the locker room  and rarely gets to warm up with class

Use your own individual locker with combination lock

Use your own individual locker with lock most of the time.

Share a locker with another student

Use a locker without a lock.

Does not use a locker

Change into completely different shirt and shorts outfit and wear gym shoes all the time

Change into different shirt and shorts outfit and wear gym shoes most of time

Changes only pants or shirt and/or wears inappropriate sneakers 

Does not change 3 times a marking period.

Does not change 4 times a marking period or more.

Starts appropriate activity to warm up all the time without being reminded.

Starts appropriate activity to warm up most of the time without a reminder.

Occasionally needs to be reminded to start the warm up activity.

Needs to be reminded daily to start the warm up activity daily.

Fails to start to warm up activity even after told to do so by teacher.

WARM-UP ROUTINE & INSTRUCTIONS

Follows all teacher’s instruction without hesitation all the time

Follows all teacher’s instruction without hesitation most of the time

Follows all teacher’s instruction inconsistently

Rarely responds to teacher’s instruction

Fails to respond to teacher’s verbal instruction

Completes all of the  exercises and drills all of the time

Completes all of the exercises and drills most of the time

Attempts all exercises and drills and any make up assignments

Attempts some exercises and drills and completes some assignments

Fails to attempt all exercises and drills or does not complete assignments

Listens without disturbing others all of the time

Listens without disturbing others most of the time

Responds to verbal and non verbal cues to listen to instructions

Requires daily reminding to listen to instructions

Does not listen to instructions even when reminded

DAILY GAME OR ACTIVITY

Quickly moves through drills and group practice

Quickly moves through drills and group practice some of the time

Moves through drills and group practice but needs reminding at times.

Requires reminding daily to move through drills and group practice.

Disrupts drills or group practice much of the time

Takes a physically active part in game or activity all the time

Takes a physically active part in game or activity most of the time

Requires some reminding to participate in game or activity

Requires reminding daily to participate in game or activity

Does not participate in game or activity

Gives positive support to teammates or classmates all the time

Gives positive support to teammates or classmates some of the time

Occasionally gives positive support to teammates or classmates

Offers no positive support to teammates or classmates

Is negative to teammates or classmates

Always uses skills taught and applies skills to game or performance.

Uses skills taught most of the time and attempts to apply

Sometimes uses skills taught and applies them only when reminded.

Rarely uses skills taught, must be constantly reminded about application

Does not use skills taught, does not apply skills

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Human Growth and Development

Walworth’s mission statement:  Walworth Jt. District #1 believes that the topic of Human Growth and Development exists as one aspect of the district’s Health Curriculum.  This component helps our students to develop a positive self-concept, understand their growth and sexuality, and recognize the medical, social, and psychological reasons for a commitment to abstinence.  Another purpose of this component is to develop strategies for responsible decision-making and to understand the importance of personal values formed in connection with their family values and religious beliefs.

 

 

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Parent Letters

 

 

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Permission Slips

 

 

 

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Soccer

*A Soccer link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

 

*Study Guide

 

 

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Flag Football

*A FOOTBALL link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

            Air Assault Football

 

Study Guide

 

 

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Volleyball

*A Volleyball link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

 

*Study Guide

 

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Basketball

*A BASKETBALL link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

            GRADE 5 AND UP BASKETBALL GAMES

            basketball

 

*Study Guide click below

basketball s.g..doc

 

 

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Softball

*A Softball link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

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Floor Hockey

*A FLOOR HOCKEY link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

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Badminton

*A Badminton link to the history, rules, lead-up games, and skills and drills.

*Other lesson/activities/links below

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Track and Field

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Cooperative Games

*A list of other lessons/activities/links below

Cooperative Games for Young Children

Titanic cooperative game

Frogs and Ants grade 3 to 5

Musical hoops grade 1 and up

Elementary scooter game

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Jump Rope for Heart

www.americanheart.org 

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Presidential Fitness

www.presidentschallenge.org/

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Dance and Aerobics

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Roller-skating/Inline skating

*During the month of January our 5th and 6th grade students will be participating in a 2-week roller-skating unit.

*Lifetime Fitness students will be participating in an inline skating unit.

*The cost for this unit will be $3.00.  (Check or cash payable to Walworth Grade School)

Search link for more info…..www.skatetime.com

Click here to print out page 8 of the permission slip form needed before this unit starts in January.

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Tumbling/Gymnastics

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Elementary Games

 

1.      Basketball

2.      PEC HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLANS

3.      PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLANS - P.E. LESSON PLANS

4.      2nd and 3rd grade lesson plans

5.      Prek-1 lesson plans

6.      4th and 5th grade lesson plan ideas

7.      6th and 7th grade lesson plan ideas

8.      Grade 1 and 2 games

9.      PARACHUTE GAMES

10. OTHER LESSON IDEAS

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Physical Education Fees

1.      Each student is responsible for buying the required BFASA gym suit.

2.      Each student is issued a gym lock and returned in good shape at the end of the year.

3.      5th, 6th and lifetime fitness classes will be charged $3 for skating fees.

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Health

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Schedule of units

1.      Fall classes……Soccer, Flag Football, Volleyball, and Floor Hockey

2.      Winter classes..Basketball, HGD, Tumbling/Aerobics, Square Dance, and Badminton

3.      Spring classes..Track and Field, Presidential Fitness, Softball, and Cooperative Games.

***Units vary with classes and each year’s schedule.

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Unit Block Plans (each day of class students will participate in a 5-minute aerobic warm-up)

1.      Soccer

2.      Flag Football

3.      Volleyball

4.      Floor Hockey

5.      Basketball

6.      Softball

7.      Tumbling/Aerobics

8.      Badminton

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Soccer’s Block Plan

Day 1.. Intro to class, inside/outside foot pass

Day 2..Review,Field rules/layouts, Throw-ins

Day 3..Review, offense/defense, corner/goal kicks

Day 4..Review, Field line quiz

Day 5..Intro to game

Day 6..small group games/teams

Day 7..Review for Quiz, lead-up game

Day 8..Quiz and walk through game

Day 9..Lead-up games

Day 10..Games

Day 11..Games

Day 12..Games

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Flag Football’s Block Plan

Day 1..Intro to class, rules, throw and catch

Day 2..Review Throwing and catching with patterns and centering

Day 3..Play catch as warm-up, punting and kicking off tees

Day 4 – working on defense/plays/3vs3

Day 5 – Flag pulling games

Day 6 – review for quiz/lead-up games

Day 7 – Quiz and a game

Day 8 - Games

Day 9 - Games

Day 10..Two teams/games

Day 11..Two games

Day 12..Two games

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Volleyball’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Floor Hockey’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Basketball’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Softball’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tumbling/Aerobic’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Badminton’s Block Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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