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Ms. Cosmadelis

Welcome Parents and Students

I am looking forward to working with you this year!


BIO 

Irene Cosmadelis is New York State certified in Physical Education and Dance. She received a B.A. in Dance and B.S.Ed. in Dance Education from Hofstra University, and an M.A.T. from Manhattanville College in Physical Education. She is RYT 200 certified in YOGA from the Integral Yoga Academy. Additionally she has certifications in Middle Eastern Dance and the Extinct Gypsy Skirt Dance, and has taken many courses from the famed 92nd Street Y Dance Education Laboratory.  Ms. Cosmadelis has choreographed and created dance concerts in a variety of settings from private studios to public schools, has worked as an actress with the Minstrel Players for four seasons and has art exhibited in the Rogal gallery in New Paltz. Ms. Cosmadelis is enthusiastic to be teaching Physical Education emphasizing fitness and movement skills, that can be used throughout life supporting an enjoyable, healthy and active lifestyle.



CURRICULUM overview for this year will be YOGA, FITNESS STATIONS, DANCE, TBD.


INTRODUCTIONS AND RULES 

Keeping Safe personal space bubble or kinesphere, Following directions

Being kind to others



UNIT - YOGA

What is yoga?

What is an asana, what was the ancient purpose and why do we use it today?

What is sanskrit?

Who was Pantanjali?

What are the main type of yoga we use in class?

What is the Sun Salutation?


  • Students will be able to demonstrate personal improvement of asanas over time, and correctness of asanas.
  • Students will be able to understand how to move safely in asanas by making sure they are not trying to compete for a stretch and instead do the safest best stretch. Also we in the United States use yoga for fitness understanding the purpose of yoga in other cultures.
  • Students will be able to research and find places where yoga can be practiced.
 
UNIT - SOCCER, SPEEDAWAY
 
UNIT- BASKETBALL
 
UNIT-VOLLEYBALL
 
UNIT-HOCKEY
 
UNIT-GAMES of TAG
 
UNIT - FITNESS
HEALTH RELATED
Cardiovascular Endurance.
Muscular Strength.
Muscular endurance.
Flexibility.
Body Composition.
SKILL RELATED
Agility
Balance
Power 
Speed
Coordination
Reaction time
 
 

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**** Physical Education Announcement ***

Please be advised that since we are now using Google classroom, to use the log in your P.E. Class in the P.E. assignment. 

Even if you are doing your own workout please go into your actual assignment and log it there as it will allow me to grade you there.
 
ONLY If you have a technical issue then use the one on the Google classroom homepage if necessary.
 
MOST important please no longer use the log located on this page.

Thank you so very much,
 
I will see your work on the Google side!

Ms. Cosmadelis
 
 

Please be advised that since we are now using Google classroom, to use the log in your P.E. Class in the P.E. assignment. 

Even if you are doing your own workout please go into your actual assignment and log it there as it will allow me to grade you there.
 
ONLY If you have a technical issue then use the one on the Google classroom homepage if necessary.
 
MOST important please no longer use the log located on this page.

Thank you so very much,
 
I will see your work on the Google side!

Ms. Cosmadelis
 
 

Home and Careers week of 5/4

 
Monday  
Tuesday 5/5 Homeroom 9
I can apply my recipe  skills by understanding measuring and cooking times.
 
Take out you measuring spoons and cups and look at them. You will not be making anything.
 
Watch the video.
Can you see from your own items what is demonstrated.
 
 
 
Take out you measuring spoons and cups and look at them. Can you see how these measurements work.
 
Wednesday 5/6 HOMEROOM 8 
I can thank a medical professional or healthcare worker by creating a poster or a letter.
Create a poster or letter and to thank a medical professional or healthcare worker for their dedication.
  • If no one in your house is a put it in your window 
  • If you have someone in the house who is give it to them instead
 
Thursday 5/7 Homeroom 8
Fridday 5/8  Homeroom 9
I can decide if a recipe can be made by applying recipe analysis skills.
Reflect - Ask  yourself.
Does a comma matter in a recipe?
Are measurements important
How is a recipe arranged?
 
Notice her recipe how the ingredients are listed before the directions.
 
Which and how much of the ingredients do I need to buy and what do I have already?
How much time is required and need to allocate, would I have enough time?
 
Choose a recipe from your household and determine would it be able to be made (you will not be making it). with what you have in your home .
  • Make a shopping list of the ingredients that you need and how much you would buy in order to make that dish,
  • Make note of time you would need to allow.
  • Order of ingredients
  • Figure out how much it would cost to make this food by looking up prices online.
  • Recipes do not always work out perfectly do you remember what the speaker said if you
  • Discuss with your family if you can, if it would be possible to watch or participate safely (help measuring) next time this food is made or any other.
If you can take a picture of your list and recipe and submit https://forms.gle/N7z1tiZirkNs1QeD8
If this is not possible send via email to [email protected]
 

P.E. Week of 5/4

 

Sorry of this looks different it is basically the same information , I accidentally deleted my post for this week 5/4, so I am trying to recreate it now.

   *ALL Grade Levels: REMINDER for your own physical activity PLEASE LOG it for credit *(this includes any all activities, walking, biking, WI -fit, P.E. videos, weights, fitness, family activities and sports, dance etc.)

LINK for the Physical Education Log - For any/all
 
 

(to log the lessons write name date lesson objective and include a picture or a description describing what you learned.)

 
DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!
 
Alternate Activity (2/week) if you are unable to do Physical Activities 
Read a physical education, sports, fitness, dance, recreation or health related article. Summarize it in the log one paragraph in the activity section in the LINK.
 
----------LESSONS for MONDAY and TUESDAY see below for the rest------- 
 

Homerooms  1,8,9 & 13  Monday  (see below for Wednesday THursdsay)

Homerooms 6 &12 Tuesday (See below for Friday)

OBJECTIVE:  I can improve my muscle strength and flexibility by applying the SHAPE AMERICA - May 2020 fitness calendar in choosing my two at home fitness activities after performing the WOULD YOU RATHER warm up.  

1. WARM UP & STRETCH  See the presentation WOULD YOU RATHER -

2. After  your warm up choose 2/3 different activities from this calendar (you do not have to do them according to the calendar or any you are not able or want to for any religious or physical reason). Include these in your log.

 
 
 
3. LINK for the Physical Education Log - For any/all
 

(to log the lessons write name date lesson objective and include a picture or a description describing what you learned.)

 
DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!
 
--------------LESSONS for WEDNESDAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ---------------
 

Homerooms  1,8,9 & 13 Wednesday & Thursday

Homerooms 6 &12  Friday  

OBJECTIVE: I can improve my muscle strength and flexibility by applying the SHAPE AMERICA - May 2020 fitness calendar in choosing my two additional at home fitness activities after performing the  WOULD YOU RATHER warm up.

 

1. WARM UP & STRETCH  See the presentation WOULD YOU RATHER -

2. After  your warm up choose 2/3 different activities from this calendar (you do not have to do them according to the calendar or any you are not able or want to for any religious or physical reason). Include these in your log.

 
 
 
3. LINK for the Physical Education Log - For any/all
 

(to log the lessons write name date lesson objective and include a picture or a description describing what you learned.)

 
DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!
 
 

TECHNOLOGY week of 5/4

 
 
TUESDAY 5/5
I can self reflect if I can be safe,  responsible and ethical in my digital life by answering 10 questions. 
 
 
FRIDAY 5/8
I can hone my typing skills by starting where I am at and advancing my skills by choosing beginner, intermediate or advanced lessons.
  • Without looking at the keys(you can cover your hands with a paper towel or a light weight fabric so you do not look: You will try the beginner review first
    • If you score 3/5 or if you feel ready hit continue  go to the next section lessons.
    • If you score less than 3/5 go back and review the letters you made errors on.
  • The application will prompt you. 
  • As you finish one section go onto the next.
  • Do 45 minutes worth of typing be sure not to continue until you have completed the section.
 
Fill this out when you are done,
 

Exploring Careers Week of 5/4

MONDAY 5/4- TUESDAY 5/5 (this make take a while)
 
LESSON OBJECTIVE: I can look at the happiest top 10 careers not requiring college and decide whether I might be suited or not by watching the video and responding interactively.
 
Click here for my video Exploring Careers Video 5/4
  1. Entrepreneur Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJjILQu2xM8
  2. WordPress Developer Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2Sao-94MCY
  3. Business Developement Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9C_f1fcKVs
  4. Mortgage Loan Originator video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB5t3RqTu4s
  5. Recruiter Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOW2U9bIeh0
  6. Customer Service Representative Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-ERXRCB6Nc
  7. Video editor Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwYwk9MPo58
  8. Photographer Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGFPY76S9ng
  9. Social Media Manager Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ2qp8oSq8o
  10. Field Service Technician Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7jEmmr-drk
OR 
 
 
WEDNESDAY 5/6 - THURSDAY 5/7
LESSON OBJECTIVE: I can analyze other careers that college is not required for by researching on the internet or other sources.
 
You will research 10 careers you can have not already mentioned above that do not require a college degree.
 
There will be two interactive forms, but if you want to you can do them together on the same day.
 
 
Thursday Part 2: 6-10 https://forms.gle/waobTfGppfxAQ34D6
INSTRUCTIONS
For example: A landscaper,
You will fill in what they do one whole sentence such as: A landscaper cuts the lawn, trims the bushes and small trees, sometimes they weed gardens and flower beds. They also fertilize and seed as well as perform other activities that helps the grass and gardens,
In another sentence What are the pros (things that are good about the career
Landscapers are always outdoors and are surrounded by nature.
and in another sentence the cons (things that are not so good about the career).
Landscapers are always outside even if the weather is not so good and if you have allergies it may not be a pleasant experience.
 
FRIDAY 5/8 
LESSON OBJECTIVE: I can analyze the 10 Careers I researched and compile them in order of which I find most appealing.
 
You will think about  your list and order the careers in rhe order you like them 1 you like the most to 10 you like the least by thinking about their pros and cons.
 

Week of 4/27/2020 -PHYSICAL EDUCATION

   *ALL Grade Levels: REMINDER for your own physical activity PLEASE LOG it for credit *(this includes any all activities, walking, biking, WI -fit, P.E. videos, weights, fitness, family activities and sports, dance etc.)

Homerooms  1,8,9 & 13   

Monday 4/27 & Thursday 4/30

Homerooms 6 &12 Tuesday 4/28, Friday 5/1 and Wednesday 4/29

  1. WARM UP & STRETCH You will walk 5 laps around your house or apartment indoors and you will complete the following activities prior to starting the video do not overstretch and follow your own pace. You may substitute other if you wish:Lunges hold 20 seconds each side.

Forward bend 20 seconds (relax the lower back no straining)

upper body stretch right then left as we do in class-20 seconds

Shoulder rolls forward and backward 8 cts each

Small arm circles with straight arms 10 each forward and backward.

Large arm circles 10 each forward and backward.

Neck ear towards shoulder both sides 1 time each

Neck downward then upward 2 times each

Shake head no, then yes. 1 times each

Sit ups- (use your core) any style, traditional, crunch  10 repetitions

Push ups - traditional or modified via knees or wall 10 repetitions

Jumping Jacks 10

OPTIONAL 

Walking Lunges. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8fvypPrzzs

Frankenstein Walks.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7muRa-r0LE

2. After  your warm up choose 2/3 different activities from this calendar (you do not have to do them according to the calendar or any you are not able or want to for any religious or physical reason). Include these in your log.
OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to use a fitness calendar to choose at home fitness activities.
OR 
 
If you are doing your own physical activities remember to log them and they will count, I will give you credit but you must log them see the link below.
 
Alternate Activity (2/week) if you are unable to do Physical Activities 
Read a physical education, sports, fitness, dance, recreation or health related article. Summarize it in the log one paragraph in the activity section in the LINK at the bottom.
 
3. LINK for the Physical Education Log - For any/all
 

(to log the lessons write name date lesson objective and include a picture or a description describing what you learned.)

 
DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!
 
 

STUDENTS of the MONTH for each CLASS APRIL 2020

Each Homeroom this month I gave student of the month to those who were participating in at least 2 physical education classes and logging it per week. REMEMBER to log and hit SUBMIT!!!

Week of 4/27/2020 - Exploring Careers

These three lessons and activities can be done over the week or you can do them all together. The instructions are in the packet each section has a cover sheet listing the lesson objectives that match those described below.
 
Lesson 14: Career Research part 1
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Student will choose one career to research and identify the following:
Education, skills and ability, work values, tools and abilities, tasks and responsibilities, other interesting information.
Lesson 15:Career Research part 2
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Student will choose one career to research and identify the following:
Education, skills and ability, work values, tools and abilities, tasks and responsibilities, other interesting information 
Lesson 16:Wrap up
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
 Student will state why careers planning is important, at least one career goal and state educational goal.
 
When finished you can submit your work here.
File uploader: https://forms.gle/oi9fDeiLMRUmQkPz8 and DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!
 

Week of 4/27/2020 - Technology

Homeroom 9
 

Tuesday 4/28

Students will reflect on their own impressions of digital drama, compare underlying messages about reality TV and drama among teens, think critically about digital drama in relation to gender stereotypes.

Nearpod Link YVMIW

 

Wednesday 4/29

Students will be able to judge fair use cases, and understand the value of copyrighted material.

Nearpod Link RXQCN

 

Friday 5/1

Students will analyze digital bullying behaviors that cross the line and understand the various ways that students can be cyberbullied, including flaming, deceiving and harassing.

Nearpod Link QMNGR

 

DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!!

Week of 4/27/2020 - Home and Caraeers

Home and Careers
 
Homeroom 8
Monday

Students will be able to differentiate between volunteer work that you are paid to do and analyze what is important when voluteering and how they can set you up for success. 

Nearpod Link ZCGAU

 
Thursday

Students will be able to keep in mind when communicating with peers and supervisor that will hep me be successful as an employee or coworker.

.Nearpod link  YIVTF

 
Homeroom 9
Tuesday

Students will be able to differentiate between volunteer work that you are paid to do and analyze what is important when voluteering and how they can set you up for success. 

Nearpod Link ZCGAU

 

Wednesday

Students will analyze how to thrive in the workplace and be able to list steps necessary to be prepared and perform duties well. 

Nearpod link JKRCE

Friday

Students will be able to keep in mind when communicating with peers and supervisor that will hep me be successful as an employee or coworker..

Nearpod link  YIVTF

 

DO NOT FORGET TO HIT SUBMIT!!

Week of 9/6/2019

  • Students will be able to demonstrate personal improvement of asanas over time, and correctness of asanas.
  • Students will be able to understand how to move safely in asanas by making sure they are not trying to compete for a stretch and instead do the safest best stretch. Also we in the United States use yoga for fitness understanding the purpose of yoga in other cultures.
  • Students will be able to research and find places where yoga can be practiced.

4/20/2020 -Exploring Careers week 30

Homeroom 6
Exploring Careers
This packet contains the whole weeks work: It is separated with the lesson instructions for lessons 12 and 3.
  • You will need scissors. glue/tape, either crayons, colored pencils or markers.
  • You can break these two lessons up over 5 days as there are a lot of parts to lesson 13.
Packet Lesson 12 Objectives: Student will verbalize 4 reasons they would want to graduate from high school.
 
Packet Lesson 13: Student will identify at least 2 careers of interest and make note of the educational requirements. 
 
After you have completed these two lessons please send  (if possible) a picture to [email protected] and CC [email protected]
or use the file uploader: https://forms.gle/oi9fDeiLMRUmQkPz8
 
 

4/20/2020 Physical Education week 30

Physical Education
REMINDER: Always log each and every time you do a P.E. lesson in the link provided below, even if it is an alternate activity due to an injury.
 
Also to remind you: any physical activity that you do can be logged and count in lieu of the lesson, even if you do not follow the lesson that I provide. Just click the link and type in what you did: dance, sport, fitness, walking, running, biking... Instead of emailing me you can just put in right in here and make it much easier.
 
If you have been doing physical activities on your own and did not email or forgot to put it in, just do it as soon as possible so you do not forget. It will take less than one minute. This way I can show that you have been working.
 
Alternate Activity (2/week) if you are unable to do Physical Activities 
Read a physical education, sports, fitness, dance, recreation or health related article. Summarize it in the log one paragraph in the activity section in the LINK at the bottom.
 
Monday and Thursday HR 1,8,9 & 13
Tuesday and Friday HR 6 &12
 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES start with 

1. WARM UP & STRETCH You will walk 5 laps around your house or apartment indoors and you will complete the following activities prior to starting the video do not overstretch and follow your own pace. You may substitute other if you wish:

Lunges hold 20 seconds each side.

Forward bend 20 seconds (relax the lower back no straining)

upper body stretch right then left as we do in class-20 seconds

Shoulder rolls forward and backward 8 cts each

Small arm circles with straight arms 10 each forward and backward.

Large arm circles 10 each forward and backward.

Neck ear towards shoulder both sides 1 time each

Neck downward then upward 2 times each

Shake head no, then yes. 1 times each

Sit ups- (use your core) any style, traditional, crunch  10 repetitions

Push ups - traditional or modified via knees or wall 10 repetitions

Jumping Jacks 10

OPTIONAL 

Walking Lunges. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8fvypPrzzs

Frankenstein Walks.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7muRa-r0LE

2. After  your warm up choose 2/3 different activities from this calendar (you do not have to do them according to the calendar or any you are not able or want to for any religious or physical reason). Include these in your log.
OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to use a fitness calendar to choose at home fitness activities.
 
3. LINK for the Physical Education Log - For any/all

(to log the lessons write name date lesson objective and include a picture or a description describing what you learned.)

 
 
 

4/20/2020-TECHNOLOGY week 30

 
Homeroom 9
 
Technology Codes
Tuesday U2:Assessment Nearpod Access Code ZIUPA
Wednesay U3:L1 Nearpod Access Code GRZYB
Friday U3:L2 Nearpod Access Code DTERN