Physical Education Course 5th-10th Grade

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Course Outline

1 L1: Free Course Introduction 06:09

2 L2: Syllabus 00:00

Make sure to read the syllabus documents.

3 L3: Overview of Workout Videos 06:56

4 L4: Free Workout Video 05:51

Enjoy this free workout video :)

5 L5: Free Academic Lesson 11:35

Enjoy this free academic lesson. You will be learning about muscles :)

Unit 1 Section 1 [Five Components of Health-related Fitness & Improve your Self-Confidence]

6 Introduction to the Student 03:57

7 L1: Outline of Section 03:30

8 L2: Warm-up 09:21

Whenever you workout, make sure you have at least 3 feet of space, towel/mat, water, athletic shoes (or a soft surface for barefoot), and some motivation :)

9 L3: Core Workout A 18:20

In these core workouts, you will be on the floor. Make sure you have a mat or soft surface to perform these exercises on. If you ever need to take a break or pause the video, that is okay. Enjoy :)

10 L4: 5 Components of Health-Related Fitness: Introduction 07:27

11 L5: Recovery Workout 07:38

In these recovery workouts, we are improving our flexibility, cooling down are bodies, and relaxing our minds. If you ever feel tired, lazy, or have been sitting down all day, doing a recovery workout is still a fantastic exercise even if you don't have time to do anything else. Doing something is better than nothing! Have fun :)

12 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the "Student Introduction"
2) Complete the "Student Introduction Billboard"

U1 S2

13 L1: Outline of Section 02:45

14 L2: Warm-up 07:32

Warm-up

15 L3: Cardio Workout (Plyometrics) 13:02

In this cardio workout, you will only be doing 2 rounds. If you ever need to take longer breaks or pause the video, that is okay. These are high intensity cardio workouts. Enjoy :)

16 L4: Cardiorespiratory Endurance 13:26

17 L5: Recovery Workout 04:31

Recovery Workout

18 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Cardiorespiratory Graphing Worksheet"
2) Complete the "Cardiorespiratory Graphing Reflection"

U1 S3

19 L1: Outline of Section 02:42

20 L2: Warm-up 07:06

Warm-up

21 L3: Squats (modified with chair) 09:02

Squats are one of the best exercises for your body. I will be teaching you how to squat correctly. In this squat video, I will be showing you how to perform a modified squat by using a chair. Make sure you master this modified version before moving on to my future squat videos.

22 L4: Muscular Strength & Muscular Endurance 17:48

23 L5: Recovery Workout 03:34

Recovery Workout

24 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Exploring Muscular Strength and Endurance"

U1 S4

25 L1: Outline of Section 02:57

26 L2: Yoga Workout 17:43

Yoga is a fantastic workout that works your body and mind. Have fun :)

27 L3: Improve Your Self-Confidence (a) 15:01

28 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Affirmations"
2) Complete "Change my Self-Talk"

U1 S5

29 L1: Outline of Section 02:43

30 L2: Warm-up 06:52

Warm-up

31 L3: Core Workout B 17:04

Core Workout B

32 L4: Flexibility 07:35

33 L5: Recovery Workout 04:46

Recovery Workout

34 L6: Quiz 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the Unit 1 Quiz (pdf)
2) Complete the Unit 1 Quiz (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 1

U1 S6

35 L1: Outline of Section 02:58

36 L2: Warm-up 06:49

Warm-up

37 L3: Cardio Workout (Cobra Kai) 18:35

In this cardio workout, you will be working on your boxing, kickboxing, and self-defense skills. Have fun and get ready to sweat ;)

38 L4: Body Composition 08:33

39 L5: Recovery Workout 04:51

Recovery Workout

40 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "What is Body Composition?"

U1 S7

41 L1: Outline of Section 03:01

42 L2: Warm-up 06:14

Warm-up

43 L3: Push-ups (modified versions) 08:59

Push-ups are one of the best upper body exercises. In this push-up video, I will be teaching you some modified versions. Make sure you master these modified versions before moving on to my future push-up videos.

44 L4: 5 Components of Health-Related Fitness Summary 12:55

45 L5: Recovery Workout 04:39

Recovery Workout

46 L6: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the Unit 1 Test (pdf)
2) Complete the Unit 1 Test (digital)
3) There are some free response questions that you will have to write down your answers on a separate piece of paper
4) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 1

*There are some questions/topics in this Unit 1 Test that I have not covered. Do your best! I will have you take this test again at the very end of this PE course.

U1 S8

47 L1: Outline of Section 02:33

48 L2: Stretching Workout 16:18

Flexibility is an important part of an individual's overall fitness. I hope you enjoy these stretches!

49 L3: Improve Your Self-Confidence (b) 05:47

50 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Face your Fears"
2) Complete "Visualization"

U1 S9

51 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U1 S10

52 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 2 Section 1 [FITT Principle, Fitness Measurements, Goal Setting, & SMART Goals]

53 L1: Outline of Section 03:56

54 L2: Warm-up 06:47

Warm-up

55 L3: Core Workout A 16:41

Core Workout A

56 L4: FITT Principle: Introduction 08:18

57 L5: Recovery Workout 02:46

Recovery Workout

58 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Student Introduction fill-in-the-blank"

U2 S2

59 L1: Outline of Section 03:06

60 L2: Warm-up 06:13

Warm-up

61 L3: Personal Best Fitness Challenge A 23:36

As you complete this fitness challenge, make sure to write down your total values in the document. I did this same workout and put my totals in the document. Can you beat my totals? Goodluck :)

62 L4: FITT Principle: Overview 10:11

63 L5: Recovery Workout 03:01

Recovery Workout

64 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "FITT Principle Worksheet & Reflection"

U2 S3

65 L1: Outline of Section 04:20

66 L2: Warm-up 06:26

Warm-up

67 L3: Squats & Pushups 10:40

In this strength video, you will be doing squats and then push-ups. If you need to take a break, pause the video after you complete the squats. Do your best :)

68 L4: FITT Principle: Relationship with 5 Components of Health-Related Fitness 11:45

69 L5: Recovery Workout 04:34

Recovery Workout

70 L6a: Quiz 1 00:00

Things to do: 
1) Read the questions from the U2 S3 Quiz 1 (pdf)
2) Complete U2 S3 Quiz 1 (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 2

*There will be some free response questions that you will have to write down your answers on a separate piece of paper. 

 

70 L6b: Quiz 2 00:00

Things to do: 

1) Read the questions from the U2 S3 Quiz 2 (pdf)
2) Complete U2 S3 Quiz 2 (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 2

 

70 L6c: Quiz 3 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U2 S3 Quiz 3 (pdf)
2) Complete U2 S3 Quiz 3 (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 2

*There will be some free response questions that you will have to write down your answers on a separate piece of paper. 

U2 S4

71 L1: Outline of Section 02:24

72 L2: Yoga Workout 14:02

Yoga Workout

73 L3: SMART Goals (a) 14:42

74 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "How to Set SMART Goals"

U2 S5

75 L1: Outline of Section 04:39

76 L2: Warm-up 06:35

Warm-up

77 L3: Core Workout B 16:52

Core Workout B

78 L4: Fitness Measurements & Goal Setting: Introduction 07:10

79 L5: Recovery Workout 04:56

Recovery Workout

80 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the "Student Introduction"

U2 S6

81 L1: Outline of Section 03:01

82 L2: Warm-up 05:50

Warm-up

83 L3: Personal Best Fitness Challenge B 25:00

As you complete this fitness challenge, make sure to write down your total values in the document. Can you beat any of Mr. B's totals?

84 L4: Fitness Measurements 15:38

After watching the video, complete the "Fitness Testing Log". This will be an ongoing assignment that you can work on.

85 L5: Recovery Workout 05:03

Recovery Workout

86 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Fitness Measurements & Goal Setting Reflection"

U2 S7

87 L1: Outline of Section 05:39

88 L2: Warm-up 05:53

Warm-up

89 L3: Squats & Push-ups 10:40

This is the only workout video that is repeated. It is important to practice your squats and push-ups so that you can master your technique. For some of you, you may have to watch this video many times before progressing to my next squat and push-up video. Let's get strong!

90 L4: Goal Setting 12:03

91 L5: Recovery Workout 03:41

Recovery Workout

92 L6a: Quiz 1 00:00

Things to do: 
1) Read the questions from the U2 S7 Quiz 1 (pdf)
2) Complete U2 S7 Quiz 1 (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 2

92 L6b: Quiz 2 00:00

Things to do: 
1) Read the questions from the U2 S7 Quiz 2 (pdf)
2) Since all the questions are free responses, there will be no digital quiz! 
3) Write down your answers on a separate piece of paper
4) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 2

U2 S8

93 L1: Outline of Section 01:57

94 L2: Stretching Workout 17:52

Stretching Workout

95 L3: SMART Goals (b) 06:38

96 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Create Fitness SMART Goal"

U2 S9

97 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U2 S10

98 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 3 Section 1 [Intensity, Steps, & Always be Positive]

99 L1: Outline of Section 03:24

100 L2: Warm-up 06:11

Warm-up

101 L3: Scavenger Hunt A 10:03

Scavenger Hunt A

102 L4: Intensity: Introduction 08:00

103 L5: Recovery Workout 04:26

Recovery Workout

104 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the "Student Introduction"
2) Complete the "Student Introduction Webbing"

U3 S2

105 L1: Outline of Section 02:58

106 L2: Warm-up 05:19

Warm-up

107 L3: Cardio Workout (Plyometrics) 18:01

Cardio Workout (Plyometrics)

108 L4: Activity Diamond Circuit 09:18

Things to do:
1) Watch the video lesson
2) Complete the workout
3) Complete the worksheet

109 L5: Recovery Workout 04:24

Recovery Workout

110 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Activity Diamond Intensity Levels Circuit Worksheet"

U3 S3

111 L1: Outline of Section 03:37

112 L2: Warm-up 06:26

Warm-up

113 L3: Squats 07:20

Squats

114 L4: Importance of Intensity in Physical Activity 08:03

115 L5: Recovery Workout 05:19

Recovery Workout

116 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Heart Health Training Log"
2) Complete "Heat Health Reflection"
3) Complete "Intensity Story Problems"

U3 S4

117 L1: Outline of Section 02:05

118 L2: Yoga Workout 18:19

Yoga Workout

119 L3: Always be Positive (a) 11:41

120 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Review "Positive Cards Worksheet"
2) Print and and cut out "Positive Cards"

U3 S5

121 L1: Outline of Section 02:38

122 L2: Warm-up 05:33

Warm-up

123 L3: Scavenger Hunt B 10:35

Scavenger Hunt B

124 L4: Steps: Introduction 04:58

125 L5: Recovery Workout 04:59

Recovery Workout

126 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the "Student Introduction"

U3 S6

127 L1: Outline of Section 03:43

128 L2: Warm-up 05:35

Warm-up

129 L3: Cardio Workout (HunterxHunter) 16:44

Get ready to work on your boxing, kickboxing, and self-defense skills :)

130 L4: Benefit of Walking 17:19

131 L5: Recovery Workout 05:10

Recovery Workout

132 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Pedometer Challenge #1 & #2"

U3 S7

133 L1: Outline of Section 03:53

134 L2: Warm-up 07:20

Warm-up

135 L3: Push-ups 06:29

Push-ups

136 L4: Using Technology to Monitor Activity 09:38

137 L5: Recovery Workout 04:29

Recovery Workout

138 L6a: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Steps for Life Reflection"

138 L6b: Quiz 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the Unit 3 Quiz (pdf)
2) Complete the Unit 3 Quiz (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 3

U3 S8

139 L1: Outline of Section 01:36

140 L2: Stretching Workout 11:23

Flexibility is an important part of an individual's overall fitness. Relax, breathe, and have some fun :)

141 L3: Always be Positive (b) 05:31

142 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Coat of Arms"

U3 S9

143 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U3 S10

144 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 4 Section 1 [Muscles, Circuit Training, & Create Good Habits]

145 L1: Outline of Section 04:53

146 L2: Warm-up 06:02

Warm-up

147 L3: Core Workout A 17:10

Core Workout A

148 L4: Muscles: Introduction 03:48

149 L5: Recovery Workout 02:49

Recovery Workout

150 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Student Introduction"

U4 S2

151 L1: Outline of Section 04:38

152 L2: Warm-up 05:53

Warm-up

153 L3: Cardio Workout (Plyometrics) 15:48

Cardio Workout (Plyometrics)

154 L4: Names of Major Muscles 16:15

155 L5: Recovery Workout 03:19

Recovery Workout

156 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Muscles Worksheet"
2) Complete the "Muscles Reflection"

U4 S3

157 L1: Outline of Section 04:32

158 L2: Warm-up 04:31

Warm-up

159 L3: Squats 11:25

Squats

160 L4: Exercise Impact on Muscle Growth 12:00

161 L5: Recovery Workout 03:26

Recovery Workout

162 L6: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U4 S3 Test (pdf)
2) Complete U4 S3 Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 4

*There will be some free response questions that you will have to write down your answers on a separate piece of paper. 

U4 S4

163 L1: Outline of Section 01:52

165 L2: Yoga Workout 15:53

Yoga Workout

166 L3: Create Good Habits (a) 16:02

166 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Tips for Building New Habits"

U4 S5

167 L1: Outline of Section 03:19

168 L2: Warm-up 05:20

Warm-up

169 L3: Core Workout B 17:26

Core Workout B

170 L4: Circuit Training: Introduction 03:29

171 L5: Recovery Workout 04:06

Recovery Workout

172 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the "Student Introduction"
2) Complete the "Student Introduction Worksheet"

U4 S6

173 L1: Outline of Section 03:20

174 L2: Warm-up 04:39

Warm-up

175 L3: Cardio Workout (Boxing/Kickboxing) 15:30

Cardio Workout (Boxing/Kickboxing)

176 L4: Purpose of Circuit Training 10:29

177 L5: Recovery Workout 03:16

Recovery Workout

178 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete the "Circuit Purpose Identification"
2) Complete the "Circuit Training Reflection"

U4 S7

179 L1: Outline of Section 03:04

180 L2: Warm-up 04:28

Warm-up

181 L3: Push-ups 09:44

Push-ups

182 L4: Create Your Own Circuit 06:52

183 L5: Recovery Workout 03:30

Recovery Workout

184 L6: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U4 S7 Test (pdf)
2) Complete U4 S7 Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 4

U4 S8

185 L1: Outline of Section 01:54

186 L2: Stretching Workout 12:13

Stretching Workout

187 L3: Create Good Habits (b) 14:08

187 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Habit Plan"

U4 S9

188 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U4 S10

189 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 5 Section 1 [Cardiorespiratory Endurance, Healthy Body Composition, & Effective Communication]

190 L1: Outline of Section 03:50

191 L2: Warm-up 06:20

Warm-up

192 L3: Personal Best Fitness Challenge A 22:20

As you complete this fitness challenge, make sure to write down your total values in the document. I did this same workout and put my totals in the document. Can you beat my totals? Goodluck :)

193 L4: Cardiorespiratory Endurance: Introduction 05:08

194 L5: Recovery Workout 04:06

Recovery Workout

195 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read "Student Introduction"
2) Complete the questions

U5 S2

196 L1: Outline of Section 04:03

197 L2: Warm-up 05:33

Warm-up

198 L3: Cardio Workout (Plyometrics) 16:51

Cardio Workout (Plyometrics)

199 L4: Cardiorespiratory v Cardiovascular Systems 15:00

200 L5: Recovery Workout 03:59

Recovery Workout

201 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Cardiorespiratory Endurance Reflection"

U5 S3

202 L1: Outline of Section 03:49

203 L2: Warm-up 05:54

Warm-up

204 L3: Forward Lunges 06:22

Forward Lunges

205 L4: Anearobic v Aeorbic Energy Systems 11:31

206 L5: Recovery Workout 05:55

Recovery Workout

207 L6: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U5 S3 Test (pdf)
2) Complete U5 S3 Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 5

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper. 

U5 S4

208 L1: Outline of Section 02:19

209 L2: Yoga Workout 13:55

Yoga Workout

210 L3: Effective Communication (a) 12:11

211 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Active Listening"

U5 S5

212 L1: Outline of Section 04:05

213 L2: Warm-up 05:28

Warm-up

214 L3: Personal Best Fitness Challenge B 22:30

As you complete this fitness challenge, make sure to write down your total values in the document.

215 L4: Healthy Body Composition: Introduction 03:28

216 L5: Recovery Workout 04:40

Recovery Workout

217 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read "Student Introduction"
2) Complete "Webbing"

U5 S6

218 L1: Outline of Section 03:41

219 L2: Warm-up 05:24

Warm-up

220 L3: Cardio Workout (Rock Lee) 17:31

Cardio Workout (Rock Lee)

221 L4: Body Mass Index (BMI) 12:14

222 L5: Recovery Workout 04:33

Recovery Workout

223 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Body Composition Research "
2) Complete "Health Body Composition Reflection"

U5 S7

224 L1: Outline of Section 04:00

225 L2: Warm-up 04:53

Warm-up

226 L3: Front Plank 06:47

Front Plank

227 L4: Energy In & Energy Out 15:42

228 L5: Recovery Workout 06:20

Recovery Workout

229 L6: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U5 S7 Test (pdf)
2) Complete U5 S7 Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 5

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper.

U5 S8

230 L1: Outline of Section 01:54

231 L2: Stretching Workout 12:55

Stretching Workout

232 L3: Effective Communication (b) 13:58

233 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Reflections"

U5 S9

234 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U5 S10

235 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 6 Section 1 [Nutrition & Learn from Good Role Models]

236 L1: Outline of Section 02:22

237 L2: Warm-up 10:50

Warm-up

238 L3: Student Workout Plan A 25:14

Student Workout Plan A

239 L4: Nutrition: Introduction 09:46

240 L5: Recovery Workout 08:22

Recovery Workout

241 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read "Student Introduction"
2) Complete "Webbing"

U6 S2

242 L1: Outline of Section 01:38

243 L2: Warm-up 10:28

Warm-up

244 L3: Student Workout Plan B 16:34

Student Workout Plan B

245 L4: How to Read Food Labels 15:05

246 L5: Recovery Workout 07:52

Recovery Workout

247 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read "Food Label Information"
2) Complete "Food Label Activity"

U6 S3

248 L1: Outline of Section 01:39

249 L2: Warm-up 09:30

Warm-up

250 L3: Student Workout Plan C 14:46

Student Workout Plan C

251 L4: 9 Rules to Live By 18:35

252 L5: Recovery Workout 08:37

Recovery Workout

253 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "One-Day Nutrition Log"
2) Complete "Nutrition Log Self-Reflection"
3) Complete "Food Label Analysis"
4) Complete "Nutrition Reflection"

U6 S4

254 L1: Outline of Section 01:59

255 L2: Warm-up 10:11

Warm-up

256 L3: Create Your Own Workout Plan 11:56

Create Your Own Workout Plan

257 L4: USDA MyPlate 07:18

258 L5: Recovery Workout 08:11

Recovery Workout

259 L6a: Quiz 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U6 S4 Quiz (pdf)
2) Complete U6 S4 Quiz (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 6

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper.

259 L6b: Test 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U6 S4 Test (pdf)
2) Complete U6 S4 Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 6

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper.

U6 S5

260 L1: Outline of Section 03:08

261 L2: Yoga Workout 12:57

Yoga Workout

262 L3: Learn from Good Role Models 26:33

263 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Positive Role Models in Your Life"

U6 S6

264 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U6 S7

265 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

Unit 7 Section 1 [Sleep & Stress v Pressure]

266 L1: Outline of Section 02:39

267 L2: Dancing 10:15

Dancing

268 L3: Crazy Card Challenge 05:59

Crazy Card Challenge

269 L4: Sleep: Introduction 03:23

270 L5: Mindfulness 08:35

Mindfulness

271 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read "Student Introduction"
2) Complete "Student Introduction Question"

U7 S2

272 L1: Outline of Section 03:07

273 L2: Dancing 07:33

Dancing

274 L3: Snatch Challenge 08:08

Snatch Challenge

275 L4: Purpose of Sleep 13:20

276 L5: Mindfulness 07:28

Mindfulness

277 L6: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Sleep Log"
2) Complete "Sleep Log Reflection"
3) Complete "Sleep Worksheet"

U7 S3

278 L1: Outline of Section 04:51

279 L2: Dancing 07:30

Dancing

280 L3: Cardio Workout (Goku) 13:05

Cardio Workout (Goku)

281 L4: Improving Your Sleep 13:50

282 L5: Mindfulness 07:34

Mindfulness

283 L6: Quiz 00:00

Things to do:
1) Read the questions from the U7 S3 Quiz (pdf)
2) Complete U7 S3 Quiz (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 7

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper.

U7 S4

284 L1: Outline of Section 02:36

285 L2: Yoga Workout 10:23

Yoga Workout

286 L3: Stress v Pressure 15:00

287 L4: Assignment 00:00

Things to do:
1) Complete "Transform Stress into Pressure"

U7 S5

288 Article Reports 00:00

Physical Education connects with many areas of our lives. While you are reading each article, complete the article report. If possible, try to write at least 20 words in each of your answers. Article reports allow students to develop their literacy skills and learn about PE related topics.

U7 S6

289 Fitness Resources 00:00

Enjoy these fitness resources, workouts, and challenges for you to do on your own and with family and friends.

U7 S7 [The END]

290 The END 11:44

It has been a long journey for you to get this far. I am so proud of you :)

Things to do:

1) Make sure to watch this last video lesson!
2) Read the questions from Final Test (pdf)
2) Complete Final Test (digital)
3) Answer Key is provided in the Resources section under Unit 7

*There are some free response questions that you will have to write down on a separate piece of paper.

Course Overview

This Physical Education Course provides a one-of-a-kind, fun, challenging, and interactive experience for students to engage in exercise and learn how to make wise and health-informed decisions. There are many different types of workout videos in this course that will meet the needs of all learners. These workout videos consist of bodyweight exercises and will require some effort and motivation :) 

As students improve their overall fitness, they will be learning about physical education and social-emotional topics. This course teaches students about the importance of physical and mental health, fitness, nutrition, sleep, and other health-related topics. This course teaches students how to live an active and healthy lifestyle. In addition, this course provides students with the opportunity to earn Physical Education credit. 

 

Course Goals

Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

- Learn fitness, exercise, anatomy, nutrition, sleep, and health-related vocabulary

- Improve their literacy skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) through readings, vocabulary, written assignments, article reports, collect/analyze fitness data, and activities that require students to engage in health-related discussions with friends and family   

- Explain the 5 Components of Health-related Fitness and apply this knowledge to their exercise routines  

- Describe the importance of warm-up and recovery workouts

- Explain the FITT Principle and apply this knowledge to their exercise routines

- Create a workout plan consisting of circuit training

- Create a workout plan consisting of warm-up, main workout, and recovery

- Explain the importance of fitness measurements and collect/analyze data on their fitness measurements

- Learn about nutrition, healthy foods to eat, and collect/analyze data on their nutrition log   

- Learn about sleep, describe the importance and purpose of sleep, and collect/analyze data on their sleep log   

- Engage in safe and challenging workouts/exercises

- Learn proper technique when performing a wide range of bodyweight exercises and workouts

- Determine what types of workouts they love to do and add these workouts into their daily life and for the rest of their lives

 

Target Audience

This course is primarily intended for 5th-10th grade students (10-15 years old).

*However, many of the workout videos and academic content are also appropriate for younger/older siblings, parents, and friends to join in and have some fun.

 

This Course Includes:

  • 290 Total Lessons

  • 7 Units

  • 123 Workout Videos (20+ hours)

  • 98 Academic Video Lessons (15+ hours)

  • 72 Total Written Assignments

  • 58 Physical Education Written Assignments

  • 14 Social-Emotional Written Assignments

  • 15 Quizzes/Tests (digital & pdf)

  • Answer Keys to the 15 Quizzes/Tests

  • Readings for Each Unit

  • Vocabulary for Each Unit

  • Article Reports for Each Unit

  • Fitness Resources for Each Unit

  • Visual Thinking Strategies

  • Informal assignments throughout the academic video lessons requiring students to engage in health-related discussions and activities with family/friends/others
  • Resources Section: additional fitness workouts, nutrition information, games, and exercise challenges for students and families

 

Course Outline

 

290 Total Lessons!

Workout Videos + Physical Education Lessons + Social-Emotional Lessons + Assignments + Quizzes + Tests + Readings + Vocabulary + Article Reports + Literacy Skills + Visual Thinking Strategies + Extra Fun Resources for Students and Families

 

What types of workouts are in this physical education course?

  • Warm-ups

  • Core

  • Strength

  • Cardio

  • Plyometrics

  • Boxing, Kickboxing, & Self-Defense

  • Yoga

  • Learn how to do a Squat, Push-up, and many more bodyweight exercises

  • Personal Best Fitness Challenges

  • Circuit Training

  • Scavenger Hunts

  • Dancing

  • Recovery

  • Crazy Card Challenge

  • Snatch Challenge

  • Stretching

  • Student-Created Workouts

  • Mindfulness 

  • Anime Themed Workouts

 

Physical Education Topics

Unit 1- Five Components of Health-Related Fitness

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

Cardiorespiratory Endurance

Muscular Strength & Muscular Endurance

Flexibility

Body Composition

Summary

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 2- FITT Principle, Fitness Measurements, & Goal Setting

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

FITT Principle Overview

FITT Principle relationship with 5 Components of Health-Related Fitness

Fitness Measurements

Goal Setting

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 3- Intensity & Steps 

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

Importance of Intensity in Physical Activity

Benefits of Walking

Using Technology to Monitor Activity

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 4- Muscles & Circuit Training

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

Names of Major Muscles

Exercise Impact on Muscle Growth

Purpose of Circuit Training

Create Your Own Circuit 

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 5- Cardiorespiratory Endurance & Healthy Body Composition 

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

Cardiorespiratory v Cardiovascular Systems

Anaerobic v Aerobic Energy Systems

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Energy In & Energy Out

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 6- Nutrition

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

How to Read Food Labels

9 Rules to Live By

USDA MyPlate

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Unit 7- Sleep

Outline/Reading/Vocabulary

Purpose of Sleep 

Improving your Sleep

Article Reports

Fitness Resources

 

Social-Emotional Topics

Unit 1- Improve your Self-Confidence

 

Unit 2- SMART Goals

 

Unit 3- Always be Positive

 

Unit 4- Create Good Habits 

 

Unit 5- Effective Communication

 

Unit 6- Learn from Good Role Models

 

Unit 7- Stress v Pressure

 

This physical education course will be challenging, but Mr. B is excited to guide you through your fitness and health journey!

 

  • Teacher: Jacob
  • Areas of expertise: Physical Education
  • Education: B.S. Kinesiology Penn State University, M.A. Education Whittier College, Physical Education Teaching Credential
  • Interests: soccer, tennis, snowboarding, spikeball, anime, Netflix, boardgames, food, Manchester City :)
  • Skills: play table tennis (ping-pong) with both hands
  • Associations: State Licensed Physical Education Teacher
  • Issues I care about: students physical, mental, and social-emotional health

I am a former Penn State men's soccer player, professional soccer player, Whittier College Kinesiology Instructor, and Whittier College men's soccer coach. I currently teach physical education at a middle school. As a physical education teacher, I teach my students how to make wise health informed decisions and how to live an active and healthy lifestyle. I love working with students and having a positive impact on their lives.

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Unit 1: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U1 Answers Keys

Unit 2: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U2 Answer Keys

Unit 3: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U3 Answer Keys

Unit 4: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U4 Answer Keys

Unit 5: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U5 Answer Keys

Unit 6: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U6 Answer Keys

Unit 7: Answer Keys to Digital Quizzes/Tests

U7 Answer Keys

Nutrition 101

Use this guide to help you make wise and health informed nutrition decisions.

Health-Related Fitness Components

Use this poster to help you remember the 5 Health-related fitness components

FITT Principle

Use this poster to help you understand the relationship between the FITT Principle and the Health-related fitness components.

AMRAP Cards (As Many Reps As Possible)

1) Complete this activity with a partner 2) One partner can run while the other partner performs the exercises

Home Activities/Games

Try out these activities/games with family and friends :)

Fitness Card Games

If you like card games and you like to exercise, then these games are perfect for you!

Parent's Guide to Physical Activity

Use these guides to help you perform the correct technique and participate in the workouts/games.
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