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Active Living
EPE Instructional Unit Plan
theoretical framework
Medicine Wheel and Hellison's Levels of Social Responsibility

five interconnected lessons
60 minutes each

1. Circulatory System
2. Cardiovascular Endurance
3. Muscular Strength
4. Muscular Endurance
5. Body Composition

Overview
Rationale
Aims and Goals
Outcome PE 4.1:

Make decisions about and apply, with guidance, strategies (including fitness appraisals) and principles related to fitness improvement to determine own level of health-related fitness (cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance, and muscular strength) and to positively affect own level of health-related fitness.

Indicators: a, d, e, f, h, i, j
Outcomes and Indicators
importance of muscles
definition of muscular strength
movement activities
running, skipping, dancing, hopping
music, smart goals
Medicine Wheel self-assessment
Lesson 3--Muscular Strength
First Nations Content
Movement Patterns
Concept Map
Adaptive Dimension
review active living goals
circuit training
jump rope, jumping jacks, hula hoops, karate kicks, running
station activities/games
obstacle course challenge
Racing Heart Video
Lesson 2--Cardiovascular Endurance
circulatory system (function)
pulse reading
parts of the heart
blood composition
affects of physical activity on heart-rate
setting personal goals

Ashley Grandfield, Michela Adlem and Robyn Hildebrand
pathways of the heart
review parts and functions of heart
Medicine Wheel self-assessment
group work (Blood Soup) (Where does fat go?)
critical thinking
questionnaire
journal summary
Lesson 5--Flexibility and Body Composition
Resources
Racing Heart Video
Outcome PE4.2

Demonstrate an understanding of the body systems (
circulatory
, respiratory, and muscular) that are directly related to, and affected by, the development of the health-related components of fitness (cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition).

Indicators: a, c, d, f, g
Assessment
Lesson 1--Circulatory System
Lesson 4--Muscular Endurance
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8FfJ-a6zd9iN1phMW00VkJVbHc/view?usp=sharing
Circuit Training
49.8% of KTHR residents participate in leisure, moderate, and active levels of physical activity

Increase healthy behaviours can delay stroke and heart disease by as much as 14 years

upstream thinking

empower students with knowledge and skills

students become engaged citizens

healthier society
Heart and Stroke Foundation. (2015). Statistics.—http://www.heartandstroke.com/site/c.ikIQLcMWJtE/b.3483991/k.34A8/Statistics.htm (Retrieved on Feb 24/16)

Statistics Canada. (2013). Kelsey Trail Regional Health Authority, Health Profile. Retrieved from http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/health-sante/82-228/details/page.cfm?Lang=E&Tab=1&Geo1=HR&Code1=4708&Geo2=PR&Code2=47&Data=Rate&SearchText=Kelsey%20Trail%20Regional%20Health%20Authority&SearchType=Contains&SearchPR=01&B1=All&Custom=&B2=All&B3=All (retrieved on Feb 27/16)

Government of Canada. (2016). Heart Disease—Heart Health. Retrieved from http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/diseases-conditions-maladies-affections/disease-maladie/heart-disease-eng.php (retrieved on Feb 27/16)

Upstream. (2016). About Upstream. Retrieved from http://www.thinkupstream.net/about_upstream (retrieved on Feb 27/16)

Saskatchewan Curriculum; Grade 4; Physical Education. https://www.curriculum.gov.sk.ca/webapps/moe-curriculum-BBLEARN/index.jsp?lang=en&subj=physical_education&level=4

Just Dance 2 Kids, Despicable Me.

Parts of the Heart and Blood Composition. http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/_bfs_CSanswers.html.

From the Heart. http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/tdc02.sci.life.stru.circulator/from-the-heart/
Word search. www.bogglesworldesl.com

How to Take Your Pulse. http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=285&id=1467#1

Exercise videos - Skip a Beat Heart Rate Game Launch Trailer.
http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=307&id=1519 http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=285&id=1467#1

My Racing Heart Video. https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/awesome-sauce/my-racing-heart?source=category

Muscular System. Short quiz. http://kidshealth.org/en/kids/msquiz.html Fat to Muscle.

How the body works answer sheet. http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/_bfs_CSanswers.html

Where does fat go prediction chart. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/12/breathing-out-fat/383862/
https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/awesome-sauce/my-racing-heart?source=favorites
active living is about individual well-being

social dimension goes beyond individual lifestyle choices

emphasizes physical and social environments which are shaped by family, community, and school settings

participation in "authentic" learning experiences

deeper understanding of physical fitness

Mental Health
Hellison's Levels of social responsibility:

1. Respect 5. Outside of physical education 6. Work and Leisure
Physical Health
Hellison's Levels of social responsibility:
2. Participation 3. Self-Direction 6. Work and Leisure
Emotional Health
Hellison's Levels of social responsibility:
3. Self-Direction 4. Caring 6. Work and Leisure
Spiritual Health
Hellison's Levels of social responsibility:

2. Participation 4. Caring 5. Outside of Physical Education
natural movement

fully functioning bodies to perform movement patterns

embrace daily living through active living

understanding of functions of circulatory system
incorporates First Nations Medicine Wheel (self-reflection)

balance between dimensions to improve

overall health and wellness

multicultural warm-ups and games

historical knowledge

cross-curricular connections
inclusive environment

video subtitles for students with hearing impairments

expectation of respect for peers

alternate exercises and stretches to meet needs of all students
Diagnostic
pre-assessment
guided discussion
questioning
KWL Chart
quizzes
worksheets
Formative
concept attainment
observation
anecdotal notes
questioning
journals
exit-slips
descriptive feedback
Summative
reflection
goal setting
journal response
Hellison's Self-assessment
data collection
Diversity Concerns
differentiated instruction
inclusion
reflection of individual experiences
school and community values
common health concerns

connection between muscular strength and endurance (definition)
aerobic warm-up/stretches
circuit creation
30 second stations
lead up games
Hellison's self-assessment
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