• Weight Training Syllabus

    Coach Tate

    Course Description:

                Weight training is designed to introduce the principles of weightlifting. The students will be required to master correct form on specific exercises and attempt to meet the goals set by both the student and the instructor.

    Goals:

                Each student should come away with knowledge of how to live a healthy lifestyle through the benefits of weightlifting. Students will also understand why weight training is important not only for the body but also for the mind.

    Grading:

                Each student will receive a weekly grade for dressing out and participation. If a student does not dress out to participate for the day, 20 points will be subtracted from the weekly grade. If a student dresses out but does not do what is required for that daily lesson, 10 point will be subtracted from their weekly grade. These points cannot be made up.

    Grade Distribution:

    Dress out- 50%, Participation- 50%

    Final Exam- 15% towards final grade

    Rules:

    1.      Be in class on time.

    2.      No horseplay.

    3.      No vulgar language.

    4.      No food, candy, or drinks in the weight room.

    5.      Always respect your teacher and class mates.

    6.      Follow all rules set by WHS and RCBOE.

    I have read and understand clearly the above expectations and requirements. I agree to follow all of them to the fullest.

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    Parent___________________________________________________                             Phone___________________

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    Course Syllabus

    Teacher: Coach Tate                                                                      Course: HL 17.011000

    Room: 102 / Gym                                                                   Text: Health – A Guide to Wellness

    Course Description:

    Health is designed to review the basic health principles in developing and maintaining physical and mental health.  The course content focuses on acquiring the knowledge for safety and first aid procedures for common emergencies, and awareness of family life and its effect on human growth and development, as well as wellness activity participation.  Choosing the Best Journey, and the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP) that is required by Georgia state law to obtain a driver’s license is included in the course.

     

    Materials:                                                                                          Topics:

    Notebook / Folder                                                                                      Mental Health

    (Basic pocket folder with prongs works well)                                        Personal Health

    Loose leaf paper                                                                                         Nutrition

    Pen                                                                                                                Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs (includes ADAP)

    Pencil                                                                                                            Growth and Development

    Athletic shorts or warm up suits                                                               Family Living

    T-shirts                                                                                                          Disease Prevention (HIV/ AIDS, STD’s, infectious

    Tennis shoes                                                                                                diseases and cancer)        

                                                                                                                         Safety (includes CPR, First Aid, and violence prevention)

     

    Classroom / Gym Rules and procedures:  Be on time; Come to class prepared to engage the learning (have all materials and expect to work); No sleeping or eating in class; Follow RCBOE Student Code of Conduct concerning policies and procedures for behavior. Student will report to the classroom on Tuesdays and Wednesday to review basic health principles and acquire knowledge of health topics and concepts.  On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays students will report to the gym, dress out in the locker room and report to the gym floor for wellness activity participation.

    Expectations: It is expected that all students abide by the class and school rules, come prepared to work, be attentive, cooperative with teachers and peers and do your best.

     

    Evaluations: During each nine weeks grading period…

    Daily classwork / assignments………………………………………………counts 15%

    Notebook checks ……………………………………………………………counts 10%

    (You are required to maintain a class note book that may be used for notebook tests throughout each unit.  Be sure to keep it current and accurate)

    Unit Tests…………………………………………………………………….counts 15%

    Participation in wellness activities…………………………..……………….counts 60%

     

    Progress Reports are distributed at the middle of each grading period

     

    Make-Up Policy: Daily work and assignments will be made up upon your return to class.  Tests will be made up within five (5) days from the day you return to class.

     

    I have read the syllabus for Health, and I understand the content and requirements for the semester. I understand that this syllabus is to be kept in the front of my notebook at all times after it is signed by me and a parent or guardian.

     

     

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    Student                                          date                       Parent / Guardian                              date

     

     

    Parent email address _____________________________________________________

     

     
                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                 
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    Teacher: Coach Tate                                                                Course: PF 36.0510000

    Room: 102 / Gym                                           Text: Personal Fitness-Looking Good Feeling Good

     

    Course Description:

    Personal Fitness is designed to provide instruction in methods to attain a healthy level of physical fitness.  Development of a fitness program which best fits the student is determined by a personal fitness assessment.  Emphasis is placed on: strength, muscular endurance and flexibility, body composition and cardiovascular endurance.

     

    Materials:                                                                                          Topics:

    Notebook / Folder                                                                                      Components of Fitness

    (Basic pocket folder with prongs works well)                                        Goal Setting for Teenagers

    Loose leaf paper                                                                                         Guidelines for Exercise

    Pen                                                                                                                Principles of Training

    Pencil                                                                                                            Flexibility

    Athletic shorts or warm up suits                                                               Cardiovascular Fitness

    T-shirts                                                                                                          Muscular Fitness

    Tennis shoes                                                                                                Body Composition and Weight Control 

                                                                                                   

     

    Classroom / Gym Rules and procedures:  Be on time; Come to class prepared to engage the learning (have all materials and expect to work); No sleeping or eating in class; Follow RCBOE Student Code of Conduct concerning policies and procedures for behavior. Student will report to the classroom on Tuesdays and Wednesday to review fitness principles and acquire knowledge of fitness topics and concepts.  On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays students will report to the gym, dress out in the locker room and report to the gym floor for personal fitness activity participation.

     

    Expectations: It is expected that all students abide by the class and school rules, come prepared to work, be attentive, cooperative with teachers and peers and do your best.

     

    Evaluations: During each nine weeks grading period…

    Daily classwork / assignments……………………………………………………counts 15%

    Notebook checks ……….……………………………………………...…………counts 10%

    (You are required to maintain a class note book that may be used for notebook tests throughout each unit.  Be sure to keep it current and accurate)

    Skills Assessments Fitness Testing ………………………………………………counts 15%

    Participation in wellness activities…………………...……………..…………….counts 60%

     

    Progress Reports are distributed at the middle of each grading period

     

    Make-Up Policy: Daily work and assignments will be made up upon your return to class.  Tests will be made up within five (5) days from the day you return to class.

     

    I have read the syllabus for Personal Fitness and I understand the content and requirements for the semester. I understand that this syllabus is to be kept in the front of my notebook at all times after it is signed by me and a parent or guardian.

     

     

    __________________________________                ____________________________________

    Student                                          date                       Parent / Guardian                              date

     

    Parent email address ____________________________________________________________