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Observation 2 - Youmans 1 Roger Youmans Jr Intro to...

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Youmans 1 Roger Youmans Jr. Intro to Physical Education Observation 2 Professor Lowden Physical Education can not always just be taught out of a book or in a classroom, usually it has to be taught hands on as well to see how other physical educators teach. When my group attended Marcus Whitman to observe their Physical Education class I observed plenty and learned plenty of valuable information that might help me in the future. Being my goal is to be a physical education teacher, it was a real thrill to be able to observe a class rather then just be participating in one as I did through out high school. The grade level I observed was the 6th grade which was Co-Ed. The instructor of this class stated that classes were 40 minutes and were every other day. In his class participation is 50%-80% of final grade and skills test can be up to 30% and cognitive tests up to 40%. For participation he has a rubric that has a scale 0-5 with 5 being the best. To get a 5 students have to be totally involved the activity, follow directions, volunteer to help, involvement is group, show sportsmanship, help other voluntarily, show respect for self and others, show good amount of effort, and dress appropriate. As the number goes down the rubric states the same things but just means that they didn’t do them as much to get higher on the scale. To get a zero, you have to be absent from class.
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