Below you will find various Learning and Evaluations Situations previously available on board sites and through MEES ministry training sessions. Some are also translations of French LESs available via the RECIT de développement de la personne.
Parkour: An LES in Movement
In a safe environment, such as a gym, students will select different ways to use each of the pre-selected obstacles. Teacher and student guides, as PDFs: Download And as Word files: Download
Manipulation 101: An LES on juggling
Students perform a sequence of object manipulation skills. A variety of equipment (e.g. juggling equipment, basketballs, mini volleyballs) is available to enable them to make a choice of movement skills. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students work in small teams and practise the following technical skills: diagonal stride, sidestep, herringbone step, tuck position and snowplow. ... They apply the principles of coordination and balance relevant to each technique ... They develop motor skills, etc.
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Let’s Put on a Show
Students create a sequence of locomotor, nonlocomotor and manipulation skills, using two of the following types of activities: rhythmic activities, skill activities and technical/artistic activities. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students play a specific role, determined by the team and based on the strengths and weaknesses of each player. Together, they develop an offence strategy based on their knowledge about handball. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
A Friendly Match
Students experiment with types of wrestling: Japanese, African, Belgian, Swiss, Danish and Canadian. In teams of three ... students help each other adapt their movements and actions to unforeseeable events...they choose among the following actions: pushing, pulling and reverse twisting. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students play a variety of roles.... students pair up with a classmate and participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of a plan of action... they develop a routine based on at least two action rules in duelling activities. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students form teams of six ... take into account the different roles in the formation of an acrogym team: base, flyer, leader and assistant... in pairs, trios and fours, students try forming pyramids and choose five of them to use in a routine. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students develop a plan of action, taking into account the principles of action and communication applicable to wrestling games. They implement their plan of action during wrestling matches and make the necessary adjustments. They apply the rules of the game and safety rules, and demonstrate ethical behaviours appropriate to combat sports. Teacher guide: Download Student guide: Download
Students determine their strengths and challenges in volleyball. Based on these they develop a strategy, implement it and evaluate its effectiveness. They diagram their strategy, evaluate their performance, participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of the plan of action, etc. The situation will end with a tournament in which you will implement your plan of action. Teacher guide: Download Individual Handouts: Download Team handouts: Download
Health Kits & Journals
EMSB Healthy Active Living Journals: Secondary Cycle 2 and Cycle 1
Students develop an action plan for the year that will encourage them to change or improve upon their health. Resources are included to help keep track of fitness and lifestyle information. Health journal 1 and 2 as archive: Download (LEARN login required)
Games Database for PEH
Browse the many games previously uploaded to our "Games Database". These game descriptions and diagrams have been loaded into Google Documents you can copy and edit.
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Note: View also the Curated Resources below, where you may also find off-site Learning Situations, Projects, etc.