Physical Education Grade 10 Courses

PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES

 

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Physical Education Courses Available to Grade 10 Students

ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP 11

ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP 11
COURSE CODE: YLRA-1B
 

Athletic Leadership 11 is an IDS Course (taken outside the timetable) and a continuation for students who have completed Athletic Leadership 10. The course is a combination of face to face learning within the classroom as well as project-based learning outside the classroom. Students will continue coordinating and running athletic events with the addition of sponsoring a Riverside Team.  Students will also assist with intermural activities.  Students will gain experience with team and equipment management. Each student will need to complete 40 hours of work experience.

Please click here for an application

FITNESS AND CONDITIONING 11

FITNESS AND CONDITIONING 11
COURSE CODE: MFTCD11

Fitness and Conditioning 11 is a course directed to students interested in maintaining or enhancing personal fitness through participation in a variety of activities at different intensity levels. Considered a survey course, Fitness and Conditioning 11 will introduce students to basic weight training principles including various training configurations. Some of the resistance-based programs include: Endurance Training, Circuit Training, Strength Training, Pyramid Training and Super setting. The Optimum Performance Training Model (OPT) will be used to introduce safety and proper training techniques so that students will have the best chance to reach their health and fitness goals. Students will be exposed to various cardiorespiratory and flexibility activities including: jogging, circuit training, spin classes, boot camp, Tabata training and yoga. Some of the topics covered in this course include basic anatomy and physiology, principles of movement, cardiorespiratory training principles and program design, nutrition, healthy eating and body weight management and exercise safety. Students are based in the Riverside Fitness Centre.

FITNESS AND CONDITIONING 11W (WOMEN)

FITNESS AND CONDITIONING 11W (WOMEN)
COURSE CODE: MFTCD11-BG

Fitness & Conditioning 11W (women) is for both active and non-active teenage girls who enjoy a wide variety of fun-filled supportive fitness and recreational actvities at various intensity levels. Students develop their personal fitness, healthy relationships and positive self esteem. Priority is on how the body moves and functions safely with instruction on proper training guidelines and techniques to help obtain health and fitness goals. Fitness & Conditioning 11W emphasizes stress managment techniques and promtion of mental well being. Activities typically include weight training, bootcamps, circuit training, running, dance class, aerobics, kickboxing, spin classes, core workouts, yoga and more! Fitness & Conditioning 11 W (women) is a great place for you!!

Note: Only one of Fitness 11 or Fitness 11W may be taken for credit.

HOCKEY ACADEMY

HOCKEY ACADEMY

  • Hockey 10
  • Hockey 11
  • Hockey 12

Riverside’s Hockey Academy is open to all grades and all skill levels. Organized in partnership with RPM Hockey, the Academy offers power skating, hockey skills, off-ice conditioning and more. The class is conducted at the Port Coquitlam Community Center ice arena. A fee of $264 per month (5 months) includes ice time, coaching and Academy wear. Students must provide their own equipment. Admission is by application with priority given to Riverside catchment area students. Space is limited.

Apply through RPM HOCKEY COMPANY

Please email Mr. Neufeld (email: jneufeld@sd43.bc.ca) for more information.

HOCKEY 10

HOCKEY SKILLS 10
COURSE CODE: YLRA-0B

This introductory course provides a training environment for students to develop their hockey skills and overall knowledge of the game. It intends to provide high performance training environment for students to develop hockey skills so they will be prepared to meet challenges of hockey at all levels. It is the goal of the course to specifically target elements of the game that are pivotal at the developmental level that most Grade 10 student are at. Along with basic skills, they will be able to learn how to place themselves in better positions both on and off the ice, and learn valuable life skills that can be used in any career field. While this course is open to all levels of hockey ability. The goals of this course include a focus on player development, sports psychology, athlete nutrition, and on and off-ice skills. A key element of the off-ice skills in a focus on community connection, whereby students demonstrate leadership in the outside hockey organizations around the school. A $264 monthly fee applies.

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 10

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 10
COURSE CODE: MPHED10
COURSE CODE OUTDOOR ED: MPHED10OE

This course is a continuation of the PHE 9 course, but more advanced skills and game strategies will be taught. In addition to the PHE 10 curriculum there may also be the opportunity for instruction in rugby, field hockey, tennis, golf, archery and First Aid. During the health component, students will learn about potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving nutrition, protection from sexually transmitted infections, eating habits, exercise patterns and sleep routines.

OUTDOOR EDUCATION 10

OUTDOOR EDUCATION 10
COURSE CODE: MIDS-0B
 

Riverside’s outdoor education program aims to help students foster leadership skills, environmental responsibility, knowledge of local recreational areas, and build community while strengthening outdoor skills and providing challenge. Learning will take place in the classroom and outdoors through various day trips and some overnight trips. Students will receive credit for the following courses: Science 10, Math Foundation and Pre-Calculus 10, Physical and Health Education 10, Leadership 10 (see individual course descriptions for more detail). Students will receive a certificate in basic first aid and RCABC basic lake water canoeing solo and tandem. Outdoor activities will include but are not limited to hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowshoeing, and canoeing. Cost of $500 includes costs of some transportation, third-party instruction, camping fees and some equipment rentals. Contact Ms. McArthur at emcarthur@sd43.bc.ca for an application.

Applications are due February 19th.

Paper application only – please see Ms. McArthur in Portable 3 during office hours.

WEIGHT TRAINING 10

WEIGHT TRAINING 10
COURSE CODE: YLRA-0A
 

Introductory Fitness & Physical Training 10 is a course for students interested in focusing on fitness-based training and enhancing their fitness knowledge. The course will build on the weight training units covered within PHE 9 & 10 and allow students an opportunity to further their overall fitness. Students will train using various strength and cardiovascular training techniques. This is a great opportunity for junior students to improve and maintain their physical fitness outside of their required PHE classes! Open to all grade 9 & 10 students.