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Sept. 05, 2017

PE Course Outline 2017-18

from:Matteson, Teale

to:PE, 4th Grade, PE, 5th Grade, PE, 6th Grade, PE, 7th Grade, PE, 8th Grade

PE Outline 2017-18
from: Matteson, Teale   to:  All Students and Families


Physical Education at The Crowden School with Teale Matteson and Nori Grimes (Regular Substitute)

PE Units:
Soccer
Football
Baseball/softball
Posture/Breathing
Stretching/Toning/Breathing
Swimming
Tennis
Basketball (skills only, no games)
Table tennis (time and weather permitting)
Track and field
Balance Awareness/Proprioception
Dance or Martial Arts (if parent/teacher can teach or arrange a class)
Juggling (rainy day activity)
Nutrition and Health Issues—as related to Physical Education
Daily: Running/jogging and Pull-ups Push-ups Sit-ups or Crunches (Core Strength based on Pilates and “Primal Fitness”) Flexibility


PE Goals


Ensemble/Chamber Music is at the core of a Crowden Education where each voice is vital/essential/imperative to the group; so, too, in PE is every player's individual participation and teamwork.


Love of learning


Being engaged in the team environment, how and when to collaborate


Teamwork--working together in modes of communication: aural, visual, physical, intuitive.


Awareness of surroundings—visual, tactile and aural cues


Mutual respect


Increased confidence—being more comfortable in one’s body

Improving athletic skill sets, coordination, and the ability to have fun in contexts where they may not be at the top

Developing leadership—especially 7th and 8th grades


Improved posture and breathing


Sportsmanship


Street safety


Field trips—Cal athletics, collaborations with other departments, parent suggestions and help walking or driving kids to swimming, e.g.

Sept. 05, 2017

PE Course Outline 2017-18

from:Matteson, Teale

to:PE, 4th Grade, PE, 5th Grade, PE, 6th Grade, PE, 7th Grade, PE, 8th Grade

PE Outline 2017-18
from: Matteson, Teale   to:  All Students and Families


Physical Education at The Crowden School with Teale Matteson and Nori Grimes (Regular Substitute)

PE Units:
Soccer
Football
Baseball/softball
Posture/Breathing
Stretching/Toning/Breathing
Swimming
Tennis
Basketball (skills only, no games)
Table tennis (time and weather permitting)
Track and field
Balance Awareness/Proprioception
Dance or Martial Arts (if parent/teacher can teach or arrange a class)
Juggling (rainy day activity)
Nutrition and Health Issues—as related to Physical Education
Daily: Running/jogging and Pull-ups Push-ups Sit-ups or Crunches (Core Strength based on Pilates and “Primal Fitness”) Flexibility


PE Goals


Ensemble/Chamber Music is at the core of a Crowden Education where each voice is vital/essential/imperative to the group; so, too, in PE is every player's individual participation and teamwork.


Love of learning


Being engaged in the team environment, how and when to collaborate


Teamwork--working together in modes of communication: aural, visual, physical, intuitive.


Awareness of surroundings—visual, tactile and aural cues


Mutual respect


Increased confidence—being more comfortable in one’s body

Improving athletic skill sets, coordination, and the ability to have fun in contexts where they may not be at the top

Developing leadership—especially 7th and 8th grades


Improved posture and breathing


Sportsmanship


Street safety


Field trips—Cal athletics, collaborations with other departments, parent suggestions and help walking or driving kids to swimming, e.g.

Sept. 05, 2017

PE Course Outline 2017-18

from:Matteson, Teale

to:PE, 4th Grade, PE, 5th Grade, PE, 6th Grade, PE, 7th Grade, PE, 8th Grade

PE Outline 2017-18
from: Matteson, Teale   to:  All Students and Families


Physical Education at The Crowden School with Teale Matteson and Nori Grimes (Regular Substitute)

PE Units:
Soccer
Football
Baseball/softball
Posture/Breathing
Stretching/Toning/Breathing
Swimming
Tennis
Basketball (skills only, no games)
Table tennis (time and weather permitting)
Track and field
Balance Awareness/Proprioception
Dance or Martial Arts (if parent/teacher can teach or arrange a class)
Juggling (rainy day activity)
Nutrition and Health Issues—as related to Physical Education
Daily: Running/jogging and Pull-ups Push-ups Sit-ups or Crunches (Core Strength based on Pilates and “Primal Fitness”) Flexibility


PE Goals


Ensemble/Chamber Music is at the core of a Crowden Education where each voice is vital/essential/imperative to the group; so, too, in PE is every player's individual participation and teamwork.


Love of learning


Being engaged in the team environment, how and when to collaborate


Teamwork--working together in modes of communication: aural, visual, physical, intuitive.


Awareness of surroundings—visual, tactile and aural cues


Mutual respect


Increased confidence—being more comfortable in one’s body

Improving athletic skill sets, coordination, and the ability to have fun in contexts where they may not be at the top

Developing leadership—especially 7th and 8th grades


Improved posture and breathing


Sportsmanship


Street safety


Field trips—Cal athletics, collaborations with other departments, parent suggestions and help walking or driving kids to swimming, e.g.

Sept. 05, 2017

PE Course Outline 2017-18

from:Matteson, Teale

to:PE, 4th Grade, PE, 5th Grade, PE, 6th Grade, PE, 7th Grade, PE, 8th Grade

PE Outline 2017-18
from: Matteson, Teale   to:  All Students and Families


Physical Education at The Crowden School with Teale Matteson and Nori Grimes (Regular Substitute)

PE Units:
Soccer
Football
Baseball/softball
Posture/Breathing
Stretching/Toning/Breathing
Swimming
Tennis
Basketball (skills only, no games)
Table tennis (time and weather permitting)
Track and field
Balance Awareness/Proprioception
Dance or Martial Arts (if parent/teacher can teach or arrange a class)
Juggling (rainy day activity)
Nutrition and Health Issues—as related to Physical Education
Daily: Running/jogging and Pull-ups Push-ups Sit-ups or Crunches (Core Strength based on Pilates and “Primal Fitness”) Flexibility


PE Goals


Ensemble/Chamber Music is at the core of a Crowden Education where each voice is vital/essential/imperative to the group; so, too, in PE is every player's individual participation and teamwork.


Love of learning


Being engaged in the team environment, how and when to collaborate


Teamwork--working together in modes of communication: aural, visual, physical, intuitive.


Awareness of surroundings—visual, tactile and aural cues


Mutual respect


Increased confidence—being more comfortable in one’s body

Improving athletic skill sets, coordination, and the ability to have fun in contexts where they may not be at the top

Developing leadership—especially 7th and 8th grades


Improved posture and breathing


Sportsmanship


Street safety


Field trips—Cal athletics, collaborations with other departments, parent suggestions and help walking or driving kids to swimming, e.g.

Sept. 05, 2017

PE Course Outline 2017-18

from:Matteson, Teale

to:PE, 4th Grade, PE, 5th Grade, PE, 6th Grade, PE, 7th Grade, PE, 8th Grade

PE Outline 2017-18
from: Matteson, Teale   to:  All Students and Families


Physical Education at The Crowden School with Teale Matteson and Nori Grimes (Regular Substitute)

PE Units:
Soccer
Football
Baseball/softball
Posture/Breathing
Stretching/Toning/Breathing
Swimming
Tennis
Basketball (skills only, no games)
Table tennis (time and weather permitting)
Track and field
Balance Awareness/Proprioception
Dance or Martial Arts (if parent/teacher can teach or arrange a class)
Juggling (rainy day activity)
Nutrition and Health Issues—as related to Physical Education
Daily: Running/jogging and Pull-ups Push-ups Sit-ups or Crunches (Core Strength based on Pilates and “Primal Fitness”) Flexibility


PE Goals


Ensemble/Chamber Music is at the core of a Crowden Education where each voice is vital/essential/imperative to the group; so, too, in PE is every player's individual participation and teamwork.


Love of learning


Being engaged in the team environment, how and when to collaborate


Teamwork--working together in modes of communication: aural, visual, physical, intuitive.


Awareness of surroundings—visual, tactile and aural cues


Mutual respect


Increased confidence—being more comfortable in one’s body

Improving athletic skill sets, coordination, and the ability to have fun in contexts where they may not be at the top

Developing leadership—especially 7th and 8th grades


Improved posture and breathing


Sportsmanship


Street safety


Field trips—Cal athletics, collaborations with other departments, parent suggestions and help walking or driving kids to swimming, e.g.