In addition to this, in Physical Education, students learned how to measure their resting heart rates and recorded these numbers as their initial measurements for the year. They also recorded the number of push-ups, sit-ups, and 2-lap run times. The students will track their progress by using a variety of record keeping methods from using their Google Drives, E-folios, and various exercise apps on their mobile devices. IE Nike+, Strava, etc. Click here to see a heart rate zone chart for children!
1.) To learn pre-reading strategies and to use them to make accurate predictions.
2.) To learn how to accurately measure one's own resting heart rate and to understand the benefits of doing so.
1.) HOMEWORK: Any work that was assigned by Miss Bonhert.
2.) MATH: Complete one side of the multiplication worksheet and watch this video to help you with your multiplication:
3.) WRITE A RESPONSE:
- Today, you learned about pre-reading strategies and using text features to help guide you.
- Click on the image that was posted today. Post your prediction about what this picture means for all of the Grade 6/7 students?
- Post your response here and if you have your own Instagram account, copy and paste your post your prediction in the comment section of the Instagram post for today!
- Be sure to mention at least 3-5 of the features of this item that allowed you to easily guess what it was going to be about! Remember to mention anything that helps you with your prediction.
- Keep in mind there are some modern text features (IE Hashtags, geolocations, etc) that are present that were not discussed in class.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION LINKS:
Heart Rate Zones for Children
How to Measure your own Heart Rate