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  MYP Physical Education 1 – Grade 9

Course Description

Physical education at Cajon High School strives to prepare students for a fit, healthy life. All teaching stresses the MYP fundemental concepts:holistic learning, intercultural awareness and communication. The curriculum emphasizes participation, body awareness, conditioning movement, communication, games and sports. Instructional activities help develop each student’s ability to cooperate, play fairly, work with others as a team, participate in the spirit of sportsmanship, and lead.


MYP Objective

The aims and objectives of the subject groups address all aspects of learning including knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes.

Knowledge: The facts that the student should be able to recall to ensure competence in the subject.

Understanding: How the student will be able to interpret, apply or predict aspects of the subject.

Skills: How the student will be able to apply what has been learned in new situations.

Attitudes: How the student is changed by the learning experience.

MYP Course Aims

The aims of physical education are to enable the student to: appreciate and understand the value of physical education and its relationship to a healthy, active lifestyle work to their optimal level of physical fitness; become aware of movement as a creative medium connected to communication, expression and aesthetic appreciation; develop the motor skills necessary to participate successfully in a variety of physical activities; experience enjoyment and satisfaction through physical activity; develop social skills that demonstrate the importance of teamwork and cooperation in group activities; demonstrate a high level of interest and personal engagement showing initiative, enthusiasm and commitment; show knowledge and understanding in a variety of physical activities and evaluate their own and others’ performances; demonstrate the ability to critically reflect upon physical activity in both a local and intercultural context; demonstrate the ability and enthusiasm to pass on to others in the community the knowledge, skills and techniques that have been learned.
 
Clayton Nacsin
Clay Nascin

Room - Gym

Conference Period - 7



Syllabus
  MYP Physical Education 2 – Grade 10 

Course Description

Physical education at Cajon High School strives to prepare students for a fit, healthy life. All teaching stresses the MYP fundemental concepts:holistic learning, intercultural awareness and communication. The curriculum emphasizes participation, body awareness, conditioning movement, communication, games and sports. Instructional activities help develop each student’s ability to cooperate, play fairly, work with others as a team, participate in the spirit of sportsmanship, and lead.


MYP Objective

The aims and objectives of the subject groups address all aspects of learning including knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes.

Knowledge: The facts that the student should be able to recall to ensure competence in the subject.

Understanding: How the student will be able to interpret, apply or predict aspects of the subject.

Skills: How the student will be able to apply what has been learned in new situations.

Attitudes: How the student is changed by the learning experience.

MYP Course Aims



The aims of physical education are to enable the student to: appreciate and understand the value of physical education and its relationship to a healthy, active lifestyle work to their optimal level of physical fitness; become aware of movement as a creative medium connected to communication, expression and aesthetic appreciation; develop the motor skills necessary to participate successfully in a variety of physical activities; experience enjoyment and satisfaction through physical activity; develop social skills that demonstrate the importance of teamwork and cooperation in group activities; demonstrate a high level of interest and personal engagement showing initiative, enthusiasm and commitment; show knowledge and understanding in a variety of physical activities and evaluate their own and others’ performances; demonstrate the ability to critically reflect upon physical activity in both a local and intercultural context; demonstrate the ability and enthusiasm to pass on to others in the community the knowledge, skills and techniques that have been learned.

Clayton Nacsin  
Clay Nascin

Room - Gym 

Conference Period - 7 



Syllabus


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