Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Physical Education

East Side Union High School District Graduation Requirement
 
UC/CSU A-G Subject Requirement
 
Intervention and Support Services for Physical Education
  

Physical Education courses offered at Yerba Buena

Adaptive Physical Education Grades 9 - 12
Prerequisites: Doctor's recommendation
This course is designed for students not able to participate in a regular physical education program because of a physical handicap, either permanent or temporary, but who would benefit from a modified program. The recommendation from a medical doctor or an individualized educational program (IEP) is necessary in order to be enrolled in the program.

Medical Physical Education Grades 9 - 12
Prerequisites: Doctor's recommendation
This course is designed for students not able to participate in a regular physical education program because of a physical handicap, either permanent or temporary. The recommendation from a medical doctor or an individualized educational program (IEP) is necessary in order to be enrolled in the program.

Physical Education Freshmen Grade 9
Prerequisites: None
This course provides the first-year core curriculum for all ninth grade students. Special emphasis is
placed on basic skills, knowledge, and rules of the various activities. All students are required to take
swimming while in P.E.

Physical Education Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This is a course designed to place emphasis on advanced techniques and skills and on individual and
dual sports for lifetime activity. Nutrition, diet, and lifetime goals are stressed throughout the year.

Physical Education - Swimming Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This course is a semester long elective offered only during first semester. Students will be required to enroll in a regular PE class for second semester. The class is designed for students who wish to develop their swimming skills so that they may pursue swimming as a life long activity.

Physical Education - Tennis Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This course is a semester long elective offered only during first semester. Students will be required to enroll in a regular PE class for second semester. The class is designed for students who wish to develop their tennis skills so that they may pursue tennis as a life long activity.

Physical Education - Volleyball Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This course is a semester long elective offered only during first semester. Students will be required to enroll in a regular PE class for second semester. The class is designed for students who wish to develop their volleyball skills so that they may pursue volleyball as a life long activity.

Physical Education – Weight Lifting Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This course is a semester long elective offered only during first semester. Students will be required to enroll in a regular PE class for second semester. The class is designed for students who wish to develop their weight lifting skills so that they may pursue weight lifting as a life long activity.

Physical Education – Weight Lifting Grades 10 -12
Prerequisites: None
This course is a year long elective offered only during zero period. The class is designed for students who wish to develop their weight lifting skills so that they may pursue weight lifting as a life long activity.

Weight Training and Fitness; Course 3 Physical Education
Prerequisites: Completion of Course 1 and 2 with a passing grade
Students will demonstrate knowledge and competency in motor skills, movement patterns and strategies needed for weight training and fitness. Students will achieve a level of physical fitness for health and performance while demonstrating knowledge of fitness concepts, principles, and strategies. Students will set personal physical fitness goals and log workout data on a daily basis. Students will explain principles of biomechanics and apply those principles to a variety of lifting techniques. Students will demonstrate knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, principles, and strategies as they apply to learning and performance of weight-training and fitness activities.

 Individual and Dual Activities; Course 3Physical Education
Prerequisites: Completion of Course 1 and 2 with a passing grade
Students will demonstrate knowledge and competency in motor skills, movement patterns and strategies needed for individual and dual activities. Students will achieve a level of physical fitness for health and performance while demonstrating knowledge of fitness concepts, principles, and strategies. Students will achieve a level of skill in each of the activities while demonstrating knowledge of offensive and defensive and transition strategies. Students will explain and apply the skill-related components of balance, reaction time, agility, coordination, explosive power, and speed that enhance performance levels in activities. Students will demonstrate knowledge of good sportsmanship and analyze the role that cooperation and leadership play in individual and dual activities.