The Illusion of Perfection
|Oct. 23, 2019||Max Points: 54|
Part 1: Create your "perfect" person.
Either draw or digitally create a person including their brain, face, upper body, heart, lower body, and feet. You should choose people based on admiration. This can be literal or metaphorical. Include an explanation for each part.
Part 2: Seeing Me
Create a list or description for each prompt.
How I See Me
How I Believe Others See Me
How A Loved One Sees Me (make sure the person you ask does not see your other two lists/descriptions)
Compare the above descriptions. Are they similar or different? Why do you think this is?
Part 3: Body Image
1. What effect does your personal view of perfection and society’s version of perfection have on your self-esteem and body image?
2. Do you believe you have a healthy body image, unhealthy body image, or is it somewhere in between? Explain.
Fall 2019 Part A Journal
|Oct. 18, 2019||Max Points: 40|
|Sept. 27, 2019||Max Points: 100|
Every student gets a participation grade for every month we are engaging in physical fitness. The participation grade is based on effort, attitude, following directions, and safe behavior.
Benchmark Fitness Test: Push-ups, Sit-ups, Mile
|Sept. 26, 2019||Max Points: 100|
This Benchmark Test was just to get a starting point for every student. The grade for this test is based on giving your best effort and following directions.
|Sept. 19, 2019||Max Points: 10|
Create a Google Doc:
Give me at least 3 goals you have for you physical health (ex. stronger core, bigger biceps, more flexibility, etc.)
Relationship Bank Account
|No Due Date||Max Points: 100|
The Relationship Bank Account grade is based on a system of deposits (arriving early, being prepared, having a great attitude, working hard, etc.) and withdrawals (arriving late, being unprepared, having a negative attitude, being disruptive, being lazy, etc.). Everyone started at 100 the first day of school. The grade will fluctuate based on the attitude and behavior of each student, not only in my class, but throughout the entire school. If at any point in time a student would like to discuss why their grade is where it is, they can definitely come and have a conversation with me.
Things in Common
|Aug. 28, 2019||Max Points: 20|
Write down everything you and the people at your table have in common.
|Aug. 27, 2019||Max Points: 20|
Please read through the syllabus, sign it, and have a parent/guardian sign it (this was handed out in class).