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Kealakehe HIgh School Physical Education Department

Aloha! A Lifetime of Healthy Activities.....
 
 

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Hawaii Innovation Grant Community Outreach Projects

Our Hawaii Innovation Grant allows students of Kealakehe High School to showcase their skills and knowledge to promote "Healthy Eating, Living Purposefully" HELP. Students will demonstrate their skills from various career pathways in Arts and Communications, Biology, Culinary Arts, Environmental Science, Health, Industrial, Engineering and Technology, Natural Resources, Physical Education, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math,

FITNESS PORTFOLIO.2018

Final Semester Project 2018. Due December 7, 2018. Compile, Organize and Present your Fitness Portfolio. 

2-3 References

MLA Format

Have an Oral Presentation to back up your Data.

Outline Due: 11/23/18

Rough Draft due: 12/ 1for feedback and corrections.

Hawaii Innovation Grant Program-Healthy Eating Living Purposefully (HELP)

The "Healthy Eating Living Purposefully" (HELP) grant is a year long funding to promote our student led programs in educating others about creating healthy recipes from the garden and serving healthy meals to create value added products and be able to compete in the industries of Hospitality, Arts/Communications, Metals/Industrial Art, Natural Resources/Biology and Physical Education/Health through industry experts. Our foundation started with the Healthy Eating Living Pono mobile education bus that teaches the community about healthy recipes while promoting health and fitness by gathering data and providing demonstrations regarding staying healthy and living purposefully while learning skill that can improve student engagement, academic rigor and attendance.

Po'okela La'iOpua SpringFest 2017

FIeld on March 3rd, 2018 - Girls' Day for our @nd Annual Ha'Ola SpringFest 2018. FunRun Starts at 8am, register by calling 313-3770. Be creative, bring your pets and dress for fun! You can participate in either 1 mile or 3 miles (5K). Bring your family and firends for a healthy activity! Festivities start at 8:30 with the W. Hawaii County band, the Kupuna from South Kona, our very own KHS Poly Dance and KHS PE Departments, Zumba and MArtial arts, Voice and Jazz ensembles, Te E'a o Te Taruma and many food and health, craft vendors. We are launching our "Healthy EAting Living Pono" mobile education food/fitness truck. Bring the whole family....climbing wall, jumping castle, waterslides, dunking booths. Free physicals for youth athletes 12 noon-3p.m.

Teen Health Camp Volunteer

Earn bonus points for volunteering for this weekend's Teen Health Camp Modality/Mobilty Workshop. Assisting with the endo boards for Balance, physioballs for Tone/Strength, Sit and Reach for Flexibility, Skinfold measurements for Bodyfat analysis, Step Up for Cardiovascular Fitness, Weighted Ball for Strength and many more!  100 pts per hour of work.  Please have permissions returned by this friday, 04/6/18.

Written Assignment Grading Form

This is the Rubric for your Written Assignments.

Strand Writing 
Standard 4: Writing: CONVENTIONS AND SKILLS: Use the writing process and conventions of language and research to construct meaning and communicate effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences using a range of forms

 

Topic Range of Writing
Benchmark LA.9.4.1 Write in a variety of grade-appropriate formats for a variety of purposes and audiences, such as:
• narratives or scripts with a theme and details that contribute to a mood or tone
• poems using a range of poetic techniques and figurative language in a variety of forms
• literary, persuasive, and personal essays
• research papers that state and support a thesis
• functional writing including forms, applications, and questionnaires
• pieces to reflect on learning and to solve problems
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Writes grade-appropriate narratives or scripts that align theme and details with mood or tone; poems with a range of techniques and in a variety of forms; essays that respond to literature, persuade the reader, or explain a personal idea or point of view; research papers built around a thesis; functional writing like applications and questionnaires; and reflections that record what has been learned or chart the thinking process. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Insightfully adapt writing to grade- appropriate formats for a variety of purposes and audiences  Adapt writing to grade-appropriate formats for a variety of purposes and audiences  Write with some adaptation to grade-appropriate formats for a variety of purposes and audiences  Write with little adaptation to grade-appropriate formats for a variety of purposes and audiences 

 

Topic Sentence Structure and Grammar
Benchmark LA.9.4.2 Form and use the following grammatical constructions correctly when editing writing:
• parallel structures in various contexts (e.g., items in a series, complements, items juxtaposed for emphasis)
• subordination and coordination to indicate relationship between ideas
• restrictive clauses with appropriate use of that
• abbreviations used in research citation
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Writes equivalent ideas as parallel structures; employs subordination or coordination to indicate a hierarchical or equal relationship between ideas; recognizes restrictive clauses and introduces with that; uses abbreviations common in citing research. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Write and edit for grade-appropriate sentence structure and grammar, with accuracy  Write and edit for grade-appropriate sentence structure and grammar, with no significant errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate sentence structure and grammar, with a few significant and/or many minor errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate sentence structure and grammar, with many significant errors 

 

Topic Punctuation, Capitalization, and Spelling
Benchmark LA.9.4.3 Edit writing to correct punctuation:
• ellipsis
• italics/underlining for foreign words
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Uses ellipsis to indicate a continuation of an established sequence; underlines or, if word processing, italicizes foreign words not already incorporated into English. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Write and edit for grade-appropriate punctuation, with accuracy  Write and edit for grade-appropriate punctuation, with no significant errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate punctuation, with a few significant and/or many minor errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate punctuation, with many significant errors 

 

Topic Punctuation, Capitalization, and Spelling
Benchmark LA.9.4.4 Use a variety of strategies and resources to spell grade-appropriate words
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Uses various strategies as needed (e.g., rules, word parts, word origins, phonics) to spell unfamiliar words correctly. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Write and edit for grade-appropriate spelling, with accuracy  Write and edit for grade-appropriate spelling, with no significant errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate spelling, with a few significant and/or many minor errors  Write and edit for grade-appropriate spelling, with many significant errors 

 

Topic Citing Sources
Benchmark LA.9.4.5 Describe the meaning and consequences of plagiarism
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Explains that "plagiarism" is the act of presenting someone else's words and ideas as one's own, that is, without obtaining permission to use the words and ideas and/or without giving credit to the source. Recognizes that there are consequences to plagiarism as spelled out in classroom and school rules, Board of Education policy, and copyright law. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Describe, in clear and precise detail, the meaning and consequences of plagiarism  Describe, in detail, the meaning and consequences of plagiarism  Describe, in some detail, the meaning and consequences of plagiarism  Describe, in minimal detail, the meaning or consequences of plagiarism 

 

Topic Citing Sources
Benchmark LA.9.4.6 Use a prescribed documentation style to adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines for citing grade-appropriate sources in papers, projects, and multimedia presentations
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Defines plagiarism and uses a process for documenting ideas and language that are not original by following MLA or APA guidelines for in-text citations and bibliographies. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Use a prescribed documentation style to adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines for citing grade-appropriate sources in papers, projects, and multimedia presentations, with accuracy and completeness  Use a prescribed documentation style to adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines for citing grade-appropriate sources in papers, projects, and multimedia presentations, with no significant errors  Use a prescribed documentation style to adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines for citing grade-appropriate sources in papers, projects, and multimedia presentations, with a few significant and/or many minor errors  Use a prescribed documentation style to adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines for citing grade-appropriate sources in papers, projects, and multimedia presentations, with many significant errors 

 

Topic Citing Sources
Benchmark LA.9.4.7 Use quotations and citations in writing while maintaining the flow of ideas
Sample Performance Assessment (SPA) The student: Incorporates direct quotations or paraphrased material smoothly into own writing by using appropriate transitions, punctuation, and all necessary in-text citation information. 
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Use quotations and citations in writing while maintaining a smooth and highly effective flow of ideas  Use quotations and citations in writing while maintaining a flow of ideas  Use quotations and citations in writing while partially maintaining a flow of ideas  Use quotations and citations in writing that disrupt the flow of ideas 

Make-Ups for those who do not attend the Field Trips

You are to type an essay or paper regarding the topics:  Swim Strokes, CPR, Water Safety, and/or Aquatic Sports.  Who? What? When? Where? Why? and How?  Must include an oral presentation with your written work. (500 pts)

MLA Format

Min 3-5 pages

2-3 References

Check the Rubric for the Oral and Written Work on the Website.

Fillable Form SA1 Parent Authorization for Student Travel

Aquatics Activity on Nov. 19-20, 2016.  Please have your parents fill out the Travel Forms to our Swim, CPR & Water Polo Activities at the Kona Aquatic Center Next week Wed. - A, Thurs- B scheduled classes.  Bring in your monies and form by Next week Tuesday!  Pack your towel, extra clothing and shower accessories.  NO rubber duckies please!  Only swim shorts bathing suits- no teenie, weeny, eenie, mini bikini's please!

Working on Improving Programs and Instructional Delivery

Aloha!

     I am on sabbatical leave to provide more enrichment and learning to our programs.  You may still find me on the website and contact me through e-mail.

     I am hoping to see you all through graduation!

E lauhoe mai na wa'a; i ke ka, i ka hoe; i ka hoe, i ke ka; pae aku i ka 'aina.

Translation: Paddle together, bail, paddle; paddle, bail; paddle towards the land.

Explanation: If everybody works together the work will be done quickly. On interisland trips, the two most important tools besides the sail were the paddles and the bailer. In heavy seas, the water would wash over the boat and so one or more natives would be constant bailing. Others would be paddling together on command to reach their destination in the shortest time.

A Hawaiian proverb which have been preserved and handed down from generation to generation through Hawaii's oral tradition. The sayings were gathered by Mary Kawena Pukui and can be found in 'Olelo No'eau , Bishop Museum Press.

Onipa'a!

Dr. G. Ilagan

     

Teen Health Camp This Saturday - Sign Up to Volunteer!

        The PE/Health Department is hosting our Modality/Mobility Workshop at the Teen Health Camp Sessions.  If you would like to earn extra credit, please have your parents fill out the attached permission forms and return by this friday, the 8th, 2013,  It is for 100 pts per hour from 12noon-3p.m.

         You will assist in the various Fitness/Health assessments for Balance on the endo-boards, demonstrate the exercises to use for Strength/tone on the physio balls, weighted  ball; sit and reach for Flexibility, skinfold measures for Bodyfat Compositions and Step Test for Cardiovascular measures.

If You Are Excused as Absent.....

You need to check out a book from the library and follow the homework postings online. Be aware of due dates and progress checks.

Our Healthy Garden Projects focuses on researching and planting Native Hawaiian healing plants as well as flowers, fruits and vegetable that create a nutritionous meal.  Herbs and plants that can promote flavor and nutrition will also be included as part of this class effort to grow naturally and GMO free!

Olivia helping to make pukas, Reklai demonstrating the proper way to handle a pick. Kawika transporting ti plants to site from ag shed. Bubba on the side, planting another ti plant in the ground.