PHE

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION 9 – Co-ed

Prerequisite: PHE 8

Grade 9 PHE is an extension of PHE 8.  Every student has opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  1. Develop anaerobic and aerobic fitness, skills and knowledge in the activities taught.
  2. Develop an interest in and appreciation for physical fitness.
  3. Develop leadership skills.

The course offers team games such as volleyball, football, basketball, lacrosse, soccer and individual “non-team” sports such as dance, badminton, and track and field.

Theory and classroom work will be implemented to support the new curriculum component of Healthy Living.  Topics such as nutrition, goal setting, mental health, physical health and sexual health will be explored and evaluated.  This assessment will be incorporated into the students’ PHE mark.

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION 10 – Co-ed

Prerequisite: PHE 9

As PHE 10 is the last year of compulsory Physical Health Education, the PHE Staff expects the students to:

  1. Develop anaerobic and aerobic fitness, skills and knowledge in the activities taught.
  2. Develop an interest in and appreciation for physical fitness in order to increase student’s chances of being active throughout their lives.
  3. Develop leadership skills.

The course offers team games such as volleyball, football, basketball, lacrosse, soccer and individual “non-team” sports such as dance, badminton, and track and field.

Theory and classroom work will be implemented to support the new curriculum component of Healthy Living.  Topics such as nutrition, goal setting, mental health, physical health and sexual health will be explored and evaluated.  This assessment will be incorporated into the students’ PHE mark.

ACTIVE LIVING 11/12 – Healthy Living for Women 

Prerequisite: PE10 or PE 11 and teacher recommendation

This elective course, meeting all learning outcomes for P.E. 11/12, is designed for girls only.  The emphasis is on lifetime attitudes towards fitness and healthy living with participatory skills stressed.  Part of the course will involve trips to various community resource facilities. There is a cost to participate in this class.

FITNESS & CONDITIONING HIGH PERFORMANCE 11/12 – Competitive PE for Women 

Prerequisite: PE 10 with a B average (for Grade 11 class). Must Have Teacher Recommendation. Students will have to earn their way in to this class based on their suitability to this course and recommendation from previous PE teacher.

This elective course, meeting all learning outcomes for P.E. 11/12, is designed for girls only.  The emphasis is on lifetime attitudes towards fitness and healthy living with Team Sports and Field Trips.  Part of the course will involve trips to various community resource facilities. There is a cost to participate in this class.

ACTIVE LIVING 11/12 – Boys only

Prerequisite:    PHE10 for PE 11; PE11 for PE 12 or permission from teacher

This elective course, meeting all learning outcomes for P.E. 11/12, is designed for boys only.

The emphasis is on lifetime attitudes towards fitness and healthy living with participatory skills stressed. Students must complete 15 hours of athletic department service hours for full credit in this course.  Part of the course will involve trips to various community resource facilities. There is a cost to participate in this class.

RECREATIONAL LEADERSHIP 12 – Co-ed

Prerequisites: PE 10, with permission of teacher

Recreation and leadership is designed for students who enjoy both physical activity and taking on management roles in the recreation industry. The course involves the study of essential elements and basic principles of leadership and organization. Students will be put into leadership roles in our school, particularly within the PE and Athletic departments, where they will provide regular support and leadership with officiating and scorekeeping, intramural activities, and school assemblies (pep rallies) highlighting athletic achievement. Also, students will experience a wide range of recreational activities through field trips such as curling, skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, go-carts, kayaking, and a year-end camping trip. This course will be all year long, and outside of the regular schedule, and it requires a high level of self-motivation, responsibility, and commitment. Students who take this course must have a great deal of after school and weekend availability, since after school officiating duties will take the place outside of classroom sessions.

 

Langley Fundamental Middle & Secondary

21250 42nd Ave, Langley
BC, V3A 8K6
Phone: 604 534 4779