Mueller, Kurt (Physical Education)

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5.10.20 Update – OK, last week of school!  Keep working out, and know that the last time you can turn in a work out is Friday, May 22, at 8:00 pm!  The jounal for this week is above.

All PE and Health Class Update – Note that there will be no semester final.  Woo hoo!

For those who have’t, join google classroom (instructions below) and turn in your assignments there.  It’s the easiest way to get them in! To log into google classroom:

1. URL: www.classroom.google.com.  Make sure that you are signed into your northlandprep.org email.  Hopefully, communication will be easier, but assignments will still be posted on this web page as well as in google classroom.

2. Once there, click the “+” sign in the top right corner and select “join class”

3. Enter the class code: 6ris6p2

During this Pandemic, I feel that PE is especially valuable for students.  During an online school day, taking a physical break between your study session will help you academically.  It can also help you elevate moods, help your physical health, and can be done individually to maintain social distancing!  Stay healthy and have fun exercising!

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more1st Hour-Prep Period

Description:

PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils


Syllabus:

Click here to download the 1st Hour-Prep Period syllabus (PDF)

more2nd Hour - PE Health 7/8

Description:

4.23.20  Research assignment due next Thursday, 4.30.20: 4.23X.20XHealthXClassXwsXonXalcoholXabuseX2X


Your assignment for the next two weeks is to again design your own workout plan, but changing it slightly for April 13 – April 24,  and to implement that plan (do your workouts on at least four of the five days) during the week.  Your workouts should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  You would then document that you completed it in the workout journal.  Then send it to me for credit for your grade on Wednesday, April 15 for the first week and Friday, April 24 for the second week.  My e mail is kmueller@northlandprep.org. Note: If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) you get extra credit!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                             50 times to target


Russian twists                Pull ups (if you have bar)


Syllabus:

Click here to download the 2nd Hour - PE Health 7/8 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

 

more3rd Hour - Sports PE 8/9

Description:

Your assignment for the next two weeks is to again design your own workout plan, but changing it slightly for April 13 – April 24,  and to implement that plan (do your workouts on at least four of the five days) during the week.  Your workouts should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  You would then document that you completed it in the workout journal.  Then send it to me for credit for your grade on Wednesday, April 15 for the first week and Friday, April 24 for the second week.  My e mail is kmueller@northlandprep.org. Note: If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) you get extra credit!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                             50 times to target


Russian twists                Pull ups (if you have bar)


more4th hour - PE Health 7/8

Description:

4.23.20  Research assignment due next Thursday, 4.30.20: 4.23X.20XHealthXClassXwsXonXalcoholXabuseX2X


Your assignment for the next two weeks is to again design your own workout plan, but changing it slightly for April 13 – April 24,  and to implement that plan (do your workouts on at least four of the five days) during the week.  Your workouts should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  You would then document that you completed it in the workout journal.  Then send it to me for credit for your grade on Wednesday, April 15 for the first week and Friday, April 24 for the second week.  My e mail is kmueller@northlandprep.org. Note: If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) you get extra credit!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                             50 times to target


Russian twists                Pull ups (if you have bar)


Syllabus:

Click here to download the 4th hour - PE Health 7/8 syllabus (PDF)

more5th Hour - PE 6th Grade

Description:

Assignments – Week of March 30-April 3 and April 6-10: (If you haven’t filled out the technology survey listed on my main page do that as your first assignment!)


Your assignment for PE is to break up your study sessions with a workout/personal activity.  I would suggest that you would take a physical break each day during the week.  Your break should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  Note:  If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) that would be a bonus!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                      50 times to target, etc


more7th Hour - Sports PE 8/9

Description:

Your assignment for the next two weeks is to again design your own workout plan, but changing it slightly for April 13 – April 24,  and to implement that plan (do your workouts on at least four of the five days) during the week.  Your workouts should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  You would then document that you completed it in the workout journal.  Then send it to me for credit for your grade on Wednesday, April 15 for the first week and Friday, April 24 for the second week.  My e mail is kmueller@northlandprep.org. Note: If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) you get extra credit!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                             50 times to target


Russian twists                Pull ups (if you have bar)


more

Description:

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Assignments – Week of March 30-April 3 and April 6-10:


Your assignment for the next two weeks is to design your own workout plan, with parent approval,  and to implement that plan (do your workouts on at least four of the five days) during the week.  Your workouts should last about 20-30 minutes each session.  You would then document that you completed it in the workout journal, attached above.  Then take a picture of it and send it to my e mail for credit for your grade on Friday, April 3 for the first week and Friday, April 10 for the second week.  My e mail is kmueller@northlandprep.org. Note:  If you work out with your family (no one else outside your family is allowed – maintain social distancing!) you get extra credit!


A great resource for family work outs that’s free on line is Planet Fitness’ Home Work-Ins.  Check it out!  Other ideas to help you in planning are some sample work-outs or combination of to consider for a 20-30 minute work out:  (Put your favorite music on and get active!)


Work out 1:                    Work out 2:             Work out 3:              Work out 4:                Work out 5:


Push ups                        Tricep dips              Walk/run mileage    Riding bike mileage  Sport Specific


Squat Jumps                  3 minute wall sits                                                                     Work outs:


Sit ups                           1 minute planks                                                                         Shoot 30 shots


Mountain climbers          Lunges/running stairs                                                             Bump volleyball


Step ups                        Jump rope                                                                             50 times to target


Russian twists                Pull ups (if you have bar)


Syllabus:

Click here to download the syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

 

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PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils


more

Description:

BoneXchart


MealXcookedXatXhome


muscleXchart


MealXtrackingXchart


MealXtrackingXanalysis


PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils


more

Description:

Integrated Learning Strategies, AKA Study Hall is meant to give students an opportunity to finish some or all of their homework, make up missing homework and tests and quizzes missed, as well as to give them opportunity to get help in any subject.  Furthermore, it facilitates communication between teachers and students as to their progress in school.PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils