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PPL 10F Course Info
Course Description

This course emphasizes regular participation in a variety of enjoyable physical activities that promote lifelong healthy active living.  Students will learn movement skills and principles, ways to improve personal fitness and physical competence and safety and injury prevention.  They will investigate issues related to healthy sexuality and the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.  They will also participate in activities designed to develop goal setting, communication and social skills.
                                                                (Ontario Curriculum 1999)

Units of Study

        1. Invasion Territory Games     
2. Net/Wall Games
3. Target Activities    
4. Body Management Activities
5. Human Growth and Sexuality
6. Substance Use and Abuse
7. Personal Safety / CPR
8. Physical Fitness

Texts and Resources
Glencoe PHE Text (in-class use only)
Healthy Active Living (in-class use only)                       

Required Materials / Equipment: subject dependent
Notebook – three ring binder with dividers for units of study
Loose leaf paper
Writing utensils
Phys. Ed. Clothing
Good Running Shoes
Water Bottle


Evaluation Procedure
Summative Evaluations – 70%
  Activity Units                                Health Units
 Knowledge/ Understanding              10%     Kn/Un                   40%
 Thinking / Inquiring / Problem Solving        10%     Th/Inq                  10%
 Communication                 10%     Comm                    10%
                  Application                                   40%     Applic                  10%

Culminating Tasks– 30%  
                   Fitness Profile (practical and written)                               10%
                   Movement Skills and Game Strategy                          10%
                   Exam                                                                 10%

The Fitness Leadership Practical and culminating fitness testing will occur during the last 3 weeks of the semester.  The Exam will be written during the exam timetable.





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