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Todd Royer
Physical Education Teacher



777 N. F St.
San Bernardino, CA  92410

Ph: (909) 880-6666
Fx: (909) xxx-xxxx

Hours
Monday - Friday

Welcome to my homepage!  All assignments in PE are standards based and fall under one of these three areas of focus:  Behavior (responsibilty, sportsmanship, cooperation and organizational skills), Sports Participation (sports skills, productive participation and effort), and Fitness/Running (California State Fitnessgram Assessments).  

Student grades are based on the policy below:


SHANDIN HILLS M.S.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION GRADING POLICY

2012-2013

 

  • Grades are only based on academic progress towards mastery
  • They are aligned to identified Essential Standards
  • They are based on PROFICIENCY: Proficiency Criteria must be clear. See rubrics below.
  • Physical Education grade is based 100% on assessments.

Letter Grades are based on the percentage range below:

Adv. Prof.       5          100%-91% -----------A

Proficient        4          90%-70%   -----------B

Basic               3          69%-50%   -----------C

Below Basic    2          49%-30%   -----------D

FBB                1          20%-29%   -----------F

SOURCES FOR GRADING

Students PE grades are based on Productive Participation in Class, Organizational and Cooperative Skills, Active Participation in Moderate to Vigorous Daily Physical Activities, Demonstration of Mature Technique in Sports Skills, and Taking Responsibility for Individual Improvement in all PE related activities.

 

Criteria for Grading

 

The physical education department uses a variety of formal and informal assessments in order to determine a student’s level of mastery in a given standard.  Listed below are four examples of the types of assessments we give in PE:

Example #1:

Hockey Skills Assessment –

 

Criteria for success/ Quick Check Rubric for Hockey Skills:

 

6.1.3    Strike an object consistently using a body part or implement so that it travels in an intended       direction and height.

7.1.1        Demonstrate mature technique for striking

8.1.4    apply loco motor and non-loco motor and manipulative skills to team physical activities

 

Assignment: In a game or drill - strike a hockey ball to a partner or into a goal, receive a hockey ball from a partner, take away a hockey ball from an opponent, keep a hockey ball from an opponent

 

This quick check should be done through observation of student performance during drills and game situations.  Teacher will check each student for proper technique on holding the stick, striking the ball, receiving the ball and general positioning on the court.

If a student is observed using improper technique they will receive immediate feedback from the teacher on how to correct their movement and will not be checked off until they are proficient in that movement.  This assessment may take up to 4 weeks to complete, but every student will be observed and checked.  While teacher is checking individual students, they rest of the class is to be participating productively and working cooperatively in their assigned game or drill (see rubrics below).

Hockey skills:

Striking- wrist shot

 

Ready:  Athletic position, dominant hand low on stick, stick directly behind ball perpendicular to target

Execution:  forward press with hands creating a lag with blade, scrape blade along ground propelling ball forward

Follow through:  towards target keeping stick below knee height at all times

 

Mini-slap shot

 

Ready:  Athletic position, dominant hand low on stick, stick directly behind ball perpendicular to target

Execution:  take stick back low (below waist) then swing forward striking the ball.  Follow through towards the target (follow through must be below the waist as well).

Follow through:  Follow through towards the target (follow through must be below the waist as well).

 

Trapping – use stick or feet to stop ball and adjust stance in order to pass or shoot ball to target

Running with stick – should always be done with blade of stick on ground (we would rather replace hockey blades than body parts

Example #2

 

Mile Run/Fitness Rubric – 5 pts

Criteria for Success/Rubric Mile Run: Graded Assessment over a 2 week or 5 PE day period.

 

Assignment: Students will run a 4 lap test (One Mile) or 2 lap test (1/2 mile) on the track*.  The benchmark times for the Mile Run are the same throughout the year:  This assessment is to be given once every two weeks to allow for make-ups and re-testing. 

*The two lap Cross Country Run and one lap Cross Country Run may be run in place of the Mile Run and ½ Mile Run depending on the field space requirements of the teacher.  This assessment may also be modified due to inclement weather conditions in which case the grading criteria will be set by the teacher.

Standards:

6.3.4 =Participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity a minimum of 4 days per week

6.4.5 = Explain methods of monitoring heart rate intensity.

6.7.8..3.1 Assess muscle strength, muscle endurance, aerobic capacity, flexibility, and body composition using the State-mandated fitness test.

7.4.4 = Explain the effects of physical activity on heart rate and recovery rates.

8.3.6 participate safely in moderate to vigorous physical activity when conditions are unconventional (weather, travel, injury)

8.4.2 = Identify and perform appropriate physical activities that can be completed in inclement weather, while away from home or school, and when minor injury may require an alternate activity.

4 Lap Mile Run–

 

8 minutes or below= Advanced (5pts) 

          10-8 minutes= Proficient (4pts)

        12-10 minutes= Basic (3pts)

       14-12 minutes = Below Basic (2pts)

           14+ minutes= Far Below Basic (1pt)


2 Lap ½ Mile Run -

4 minutes or below= Advanced (5pts)

           5-4 minutes = Proficient (4pts)

           6-5 minutes = Basic (3pts)

           7-6 minutes = Below Basic (2pts)

           7+ minutes = Far Below Basic (1pt)

Example #3

 

Sports Skills/Productive Participation Rubric

 

Standard(s):

6.3.4 – 7.3.5 – 8.3.4 = Participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity a minimum of 4 days per week.

6.5.1 = Participate productively in group physical activity

7.1.1 = Demonstrate mature technique for the following patterns:  overhand, sidearm, and underhand throwing; catching; kicking/punting; striking; trapping; dribbling (hand and foot); and volleying.

7.5.2 = Accept responsibility for individual improvement

8.5.1 = Organize and work cooperatively with a group to achieve goals

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Assignment:  This assignment is graded in two-week intervals.  Students will participate in a moderate to vigorous court or field sport activity using the equipment provided by the teacher.  Students may be assigned a specific activity based on the unit the teacher is teaching or they may be given a choice of a variety of activities.  Students will receive a score of 5 (advanced), 4 (proficient), 3 (basic), 2 (below basic), and 1 (far below basic) based on the criteria below:

5 – Advanced = Students are able to complete the following tasks for 100% of the time allotted by the teacher.

 

  • Participate productively in a vigorous physical activity for the entire period.
  • Accept responsibility for practicing and improving in the assigned physical activity for the entire period with minimal supervision by teacher.
  • Join with other students to form teams, organize a game or activity, and work cooperatively for the entire class period.

 

4 – Proficient = Students are able to complete the following tasks for 100% of the time allotted by the teacher.

 

  • Participate productively in a moderate physical activity for the entire period.
  • Accept responsibility for practicing and improving in the assigned physical activity for the entire period with minimal supervision by teacher.
  • Join with other students to form teams, organize a game or activity and work cooperatively for the entire class period.

 

3 – Basic = Students are able to complete the following tasks for most of the time allotted by the teacher but have been observed and/or reminded to activate themselves on one or two occasions.

 

  • Participate productively in a moderate to vigorous physical activity for the entire period.
  • Accept responsibility for practicing and improving in the assigned physical activity for the entire period with minimal supervision by teacher.
  • Join with other students to form teams, organize a game or activity and work cooperatively for the entire class period.

 

2 - Below Basic = Students are able to complete the following tasks for some of the time allotted by the teacher and have been observed and/or reminded to activate themselves on three occasions.

 

  • Participate productively in a moderate to vigorous physical activity for the entire period.
  • Accept responsibility for practicing and improving in the assigned physical activity for the entire period with minimal supervision by teacher.
  • Join with other students to form teams, organize a game or activity and work cooperatively for the entire class period.

 

1 – Far Below Basic = Students are able to complete the following tasks for some of the time allotted by the teacher and have been observed and/or reminded to activate themselves on four or more occasions.

 

  • Participate productively in a moderate to vigorous physical activity for the entire period.
  • Accept responsibility for practicing and improving in the assigned physical activity for the entire period with minimal supervision by teacher.
  • Join with other students to form teams, organize a game or activity and work cooperatively for the entire class period.

Example #4

 

Responsibility and Cooperation Rubric

 

Standard(s):

6.5.1 = Participate productively in group physical activity

7.5.2 = Accept responsibility for individual improvement

8.5.1 = Organize and work cooperatively with a group to achieve goals

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Assignment:  This assignment is graded in two-week intervals.  Students will show that they accept responsibility for individual improvement and can organize and work cooperatively through their ability to follow directions and complete daily PE routines, drills and activities properly. 

These daily routines, drills and activities may include but are not limited to:  Being on time to locker room and assigned areas throughout class, Being properly dressed for PE class, Sitting quietly and listening during direct instruction, Organizing and productively participating in all physical activities, drills, and assemblies, Being respectful and showing a positive attitude towards the teacher, other students and PE equipment, and Participating safely and responsibly in all PE activities.

Tardiness, improper dress attire, dropping out of participation, and disrespectful, unsafe and irresponsible behavior will result in a markdown for each infraction.  Markdowns are labeled as follows: NC-Non-cooperation, NP-Non-participation T-Tardy to assigned area ND- Not properly dressed for PE.

Students will receive a score of  5 (advanced), 4 (proficient), 3 (basic), 2 (below basic), and 1 (far below basic) based on the criteria below:

5 – Advanced = Student participates productively, responsibly and cooperatively in all PE activities 100% of the time.  No markdowns.

4 – Proficient = Student participates productively, responsibly and cooperatively in almost all of the PE activities almost all of the time.  1 markdown.

3 – Basic = Student participates productively, responsibly and cooperatively most of the time in most of the PE activities.  2 markdowns.

2 - Below Basic = Student participates productively, responsibly and cooperatively some of the time in some of the PE activities. 3 markdowns.

1 – Far Below Basic = Student does not consistently participate productively, responsibly and cooperatively during PE activities. 4 or more markdowns.

 

 

TYPES OF GRADE REPORTING:

REPORT CARDS/AERIES: They give summary information to teachers, students, and parents on academic progress every 9 weeks

PROGRESS REPORTS: Students will receive a progress grade once every three weeks.  These grades will either be posted in the boys and girls locker rooms or given to the student in class.  Students are to write down their grade and share it with their parent/guardian.

Grade Recovery: Students who are absent or who are below proficient on assessments will be given the opportunity to recover.  It is up to the student to ask his/her teacher for a make-up assessment during UA time.





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