Evelyn Johnson
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Physical Education

EJohnson

PE at Home

Education

1976-High School Graduate of South Macon High School

1983-Alabama State University-B.S. in Physical Education

1984-Alabama State University-Master of Physical Education/Minor in Health


Teaching Experience

1984-1985 Evergreen High School

1986-1994 Ashford High School

1994-1995 Demopolis High School

1995-1997 Prattville Primary School

1997-Present Daniel Pratt Elementary School

 

Coaching Experience:

1986-1992 Ashford High School-Head Basketball Coach and Cheerleader Sponsor

1994-1995 Demopolis High School and Junior High School-Head Volleyball and Basketball Coach

 

1st

Johnson, Trammell 12:05-12;50 Jan 7- Mar 20  

Inclement weather days all classes will be in the gym participating in a variety of locomotor skills games. Too Good for Violents /Rules and Regulations/Physical Fitness Test

Skill Development: Demonstrate ball moving skills by passing, dribbling a ball with dominant hand, kicking a slow moving ball, and throwing underhand with one arm.

Activities: Students will be able to kick playground balls, catching and tossing bean bags, dribbling basketballs, soccer balls and throwing softballs or tennis balls.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration-Bean bags, tennis balls, soccer balls and softballs.

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Social Development: Explain ways to resolve conflicts during physical activity in a school-approved manner.

Participating in a role-play conflict resolution scenarios associated with PE and sports setting. Cooling off, walking away and speaking in a calm voice.

 

2nd

Agee, Colvin 1:45-2:30 Jan 7- Mar 20  

 All Drills, Physical Fitness Program

 

Inclement weather days all classes will be in the gym participating in a variety of locomotor skills games.

Skill Development: Use the correct grip while consistently striking a softly thrown ball with a bat or paddle.

Activities-Hitting a softball, wiffle ball, striking a tennis ball against the wall also volleying a tennis ball with a partner.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/softballs,wiffle balls and volleyballs.

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Cognitive Development: Describe how stability affects skill execution while participating in physical activity.

Activities: Climbing wall activities on the playground also gymnastic activities.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Exercises

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Physical Activity and Health: Describe how the blood supplies oxygen and nutrients to the body.

Including teacher-led discussion. The smallest blood vessels, which supply oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the tissue, are called:Capillaries, vena cava, arteries and veins.

3rd

Stewart, Lovering 12:55-1:40 Jan 7 Mar 20  

Rules and Regulations

All Drills, Physical Fitness Program

Inclement weather days all classes will be in the gym participating in a variety of locomotor skills games.

Skill Development: Demonstrate short and long rope jumping skills, including individual and partner jumping techniques.

Activities: Double Dutch jump rope. Short ropes using a variety of steps such as heel click and skipping.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/jumping ropes long and short

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Cognitive Development: Identify cue words and terms associated with leaping, striking and kicking.

Activities: Kickball, softball etc.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Softballs and Kickball

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Physical Activity and Health: Analyze varing intensities of exercise for effect on heart rate using manual pulse-checking or heart-rate monitors.

Activities: Wii

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Wii

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

 4th

Harp, Skinner, Smyth, Prater 9:00-9:45 (All Girls)

 

 All Drills, Physical Fitness Program

Inclement weather days all classes will be in the gym participating a variety of locomotor skills games.

Skill Development: Demonstrate rope-jumping and original dance routines that incorporate varying lengths, skill sequences, and musical accompaniments.

Activities: Wii

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Wii

Assessments:Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Cognitive Development: Explain the importance of repetition and as a means for skill improvement.

Activities: Completing exit slips emphasizing the importance of using repetition and practice.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Physical Activity and Health: Analyze exercise and heart rate data to determine adjustments to health fitness plans.

Activities: Physical Fitness Test

Resources: Teacher Demonstration

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

 

5th

Kemp, Bradley, Stinson, Padget 9:50-10:35 (All Girls)  

 

 

Rules and Regulation, Physical Fitness Program 

Inclement weather days all classes will be in the gym participating in a variety of locomotor skills games.

Skill Development: Demonstrate correct form while fielding and punting a ball.

Activities: Students will be able to play flag football, wiffle ball and ultimate ball.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Football, ball and flags

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Cognitive Development: Identify cue words and terms associated with punting and fielding.

Activities: Playing wiffle ball, ultimate ball and flag football

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Balls

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

Physical Activity and Health: Describe how aerobic exercise affects the efficiency and longevity of the heart and lungs.

Activities: Including group projects/Wii

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/Wii

Assessments: Teacher Observation/Show-n-Tell

6th

Thrash, Hall, Day, Thompson 9:50-10;35 (All Girls) Jan 7- Mar 20  

 Physical Fitness Program

PE class Rules and Regulations/Fire, Tornado and Intruders Drills 

On inclement weather days we will be in the gym participating in a variety of locomotor skill games.

Skill Development: Demonstrate jumping and landing skills by using one and two foot takeoff methods, balancing at a varying levels on multiples body parts.

Activities: Relays, kicking soccer balls and jumping ropes.

Resources: Teacher Demonstration/tools hoops,beans bags,and jump ropes.

Assessments:Teacher Observation-Show-n-Tell

Perform individual and partner stunts.

Activities: The students will be able to perform the following animals walks crab,bear and alligator with and with the use of music.

Individual stunts jump turns and line walk and partner stunts bouncing ball.

Explain the importance of empathy for feelings, concerns, and limitation of peers.