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Physical Education and Health Education


Tec-Voc Physical Education offers a variety of options at each grade level.  Options include specialized programs that are sport specific in Basketball and Hockey,  as well as female fitness.

Our goal is to provide a meaningful and enjoyable experience that appeals to every student that attends Tec-Voc.  The Tec-Voc Physical Education Staff includes experts in Basketball, Hockey, Athlete Strength and Conditioning, and Rugby.  We believe that lifelong physical activity is essential to both our physical and mental health. We strive to make a positive impact on our students and their enjoyment of physical activity as a lifelong pursuit.

Grade 9

Grade 9 Physical Education/Health Education (1 Credit) PHER1F
The Grade 9 Physical Education and Health curriculum occurs throughout the full school year.  Our program offers a variety of traditional and non-traditional games and athletics.  Students are provided with a balanced program in order to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for their grade 10 year. 

Grade 10

Grade 10 Physical Education/Health Education (1 Credit) PHER2F
The Grade 10 Physical Education and Health curriculum is completed over the course of one semester.  The primary emphasis of this course is to expose students to new activities and is based on achieving the learning outcomes in the Physical Education and Health curriculum, using a variety of assessment and instructional techniques.  Activities will include fitness, individual, dual and team sports which are equally weighted and designed to increase the physical literacy of each student.

Grade 10 Female Healthy Active Lifestyles (1 Credit) PEFR2F
This course is offered as an option for female students and focuses on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women's lives relating to personal health, wellness and fitness.  Students will take part in a wide variety of activities that will help them take greater ownership of their personal physical fitness development.  It will also encourage the discovery of new physical activities suited to their personal interests and promote an active, healthy lifestyle and overall personal wellness.  The students will work towards the learning outcomes through a variety of activities which may include Yoga, Zumba, Pilates, resistance training, power walking, low organized games, self-defense, racquet sports, mental health, healthy relationships, body image, and nutrition.

physed5.jpgGrade 10 Basketball Academy (1 Credit) PEAB2F                                        
The Grade 10 Basketball Academy provides students who have a passion for basketball, the opportunity to develop sport specific skills and knowledge.  This course will cover the grade 10 curriculum using basketball as a major portion of the instruction and assessment.  This course is intended for students who are interested in high level basketball skill development.

Grade 10 Athletic Strength & Conditioning (1 Credit) PESC2F

This Grade 10 course is a full credit course completed in one semester.  This course will introduce the foundational fitness movements and principles necessary for improving individual athletic performance.  Athletes from a variety of sports will benefit from the skills and fitness developed throughout this course.  The major topics include basic nutrition, personal and social development, and principles of athletic training.

Grade 10, 11 & 12 Hockey Academy (2 Credits) PEAH2F/PEAH3F/PEAH4F
physed3.jpgThe Grade 10/11/12 Hockey Academy courses are year long courses in which students attain their Grade 10, 11 and 12 Physical Education credits as well as Hockey Canada Skills Academy credits. The Hockey Academy course is a licensed Hockey Canada Skills Academy course in which students develop on-ice skills and knowledge as well as off-ice fitness. Students will also have the opportunity to become certified as minor hockey referees and coaches throughout these three courses. The topics included in the Physical Education portion of these courses will be the same as PHER2F, PHER3F and PHER4F. *Full hockey equipment is required for participation in this course.

 

Grade 11

Grade 11 Physical Education (1 Credit) PHER3F 
This course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, to encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles throughout their future.  This course is divided into three components: classroom work, in class activity, and out of class activity.  Students will study topics related to fitness management, mental health, and substance use and abuse prevention, with a focus on health and personal planning.  Students will be introduced to safety and risk management planning to minimize the associated risks of the activities they have chosen.

Grade 11 Female Healthy Active Lifestyles (1 Credit) PEFR3F
This course will focus on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women's lives relating to personal health, wellness and fitness.  Students will take part in a wide variety of activities that will help them take greater ownership of their personal physical fitness development, encourage the discovery of new physical activities suited to their personal interests and promote an active, healthy lifestyle and overall personal wellness.  This course is divided into three components: classroom work, in class activity, and out of class activity.  Students will study topics related to fitness management, mental health, substance use and abuse prevention.

Grade 11 Basketball Academy (1 Credit) PEAB3F                     
The Grade 11 Basketball Academy builds upon the grade 10 Basketball Academy and is ideal for students who wish to pursue and develop his/her personal potential and knowledge in basketball.  This course may require students to participate in field trips to College/University practices.  Special guest instructors will also be used to instruct students and enhance their learning in the course.  The theory units will focus on mental health, sport psychology, prevention and care of injuries, and fitness management relating specifically to basketball.

Grade 11 Athletic Strength & Conditioning (1 Credit) PESC3F

This course is a full credit course that builds upon the knowledge and principles learned in the Grade 10 Athlete Strength & Conditioning program.  Students will advance their fitness training skills as well as develop the skills and knowledge to more effectively train themselves and other athletes.  Topics addressed in this course include: Exercise Physiology and Principles of Athletic Training. 

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Grade 12

Grade 12 Physical Education (1 Credit) PHER4F

This course is designed to help students take greater ownership of their physical fitness development, encourage the discovery of physical activities suited to their personal interests, and promote an active, healthy lifestyle.  This course is divided into three components: classroom work, in class activity, and out of class activity.  Students will be required to develop a personal physical activity plan. This course is designed to promote continued physical activity and healthy lifestyle practices after graduation. Students will be expected to take ownership of their credit through fitness planning and time management.

Grade 12 Female Healthy Active Lifestyles (1 Credit) PEFR4F                      
This course will focus on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women's lives relating to personal health, wellness and fitness.  This course will accommodate and reflect the interests of the class while introducing new exciting topics in the areas of health, wellness and fitness.  This course is divided into three components: classroom work, in class activity, and out of class activity.  Students will study topics related to fitness management, nutrition, leadership, and healthy lifestyle practices.  This course is designed to promote continued physical activity and healthy lifestyle practices after graduation.

Grade 12 Basketball Academy (1 Credit) PEAB4F                      
The Grade 12 Basketball Academy builds upon the grade 11 Basketball Academy and is ideal for students who wish to pursue and develop his/her personal potential and knowledge in basketball.  This course may require students to participate in field trips to College/University practices.  Special guest instructors will also be used to instruct students and enhance their learning in the course.  The theory units will focus on human anatomy, sports nutrition, practice planning and coaching, leadership, and fitness management relating specifically to basketball.

Grade 12 Athletic Strength & Conditioning PESC4F

This course builds upon the knowledge and principles learned in the Grade 11 Athlete Strength & Conditioning program.  Students will advance their fitness training skills as well as develop the skills and knowledge to more effectively train themselves and other athletes.  Topics addressed in this course include: Exercise Physiology, Sports Nutrition, Team Building, Leadership, and Principles of Athletic Training.  This course is designed to promote continued physical activity and healthy lifestyle practices after graduation. Students will be expected to take ownership of their credit through fitness planning and time management.

 



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