Hockey Canada Skills Academy Course Outline PAL 20H Mr. Turner and Mr. Skerritt

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Hockey Canada Skills Academy
Course Outline
PAL 20H
Mr. Turner and Mr. Skerritt
The objective of this course is to enhance the student’s confidence, individual playing skills,
self-esteem and opportunities in academics and athletics. The HCSA on-ice curriculum focuses
on technical skills, individual offensive and defensive skills, and some situational play. The
HCSA program off-ice curriculum framework focuses on developing agility, balance and
coordination along with technical skill development.
Course fee of $300 which includes: 60+ hours on-ice, equipment, Hockey Canada Jerseys
On Ice Skill Development will focus on:
Skating, Shooting, Passing, Puck Control, Balance, Agility, Goaltending Instruction
Off Ice Skill Development will focus on:
Stick handling drills, passing drills, speed-agility-quickness development, plyometrics,
resistance training
Classroom Sessions and Video Analysis will focus on:
Skill Videos, goal setting, nutrition, fitness training principles, life skills, individual video
analysis of players shooting, skating, passing and stick handling
Student Expectations
1.
Regular Attendance is an important component of learning and will comprise of 60% of
the formative assessment of this course. Students and parents are responsible for
providing a note when absent from class. Since arriving late to class is disruptive and
unacceptable at CWDHS, all lates will be recorded and consequences will be imposed.
2.
Students’ progress is always directly impacted by failure to complete assessment checks
and evaluation opportunities. Any skipped assessment or evaluation will be assigned 0%.
For legitimate absence, students are responsible for consulting with the teacher before, if
possible, or immediately upon return to class. Students are responsible for consulting with
the teacher about work to be made up to regain marks deducted for missed evaluations.
3.
All assessments and evaluations are assigned within a reasonable ‘window of opportunity’
for submission. It is the student’s responsibility to consult with the teacher before the
window closes if they are unable to complete their work on time.
4.
Participation is a major component of this course. The students are responsible to make
sure they bring the required equipment to participate in each of the ice sessions. If a
student is unable to participate they MUST report to the arena and may be given an
alternate assignment to complete.
5.
Positive participation includes appropriate contributions to classroom activities,
attendance and attitude. Students are expected to participate in a positive way to the best
of his/her ability.
Formative Assessment (70% of Final Mark)
Application
A formative mark arrived by demonstrating active living,
personal fitness, safety, participation in various activities
40%
Skill
A formative mark comprised from skill demonstration,
improvement and consistency in various activities
20%
Knowledge &
Understanding
Based on written tests, quizzes, assignments and
presentations
20%
Thinking & Inquiry Demonstration of inquisitive thought processes
Communication
Based on the ability of the student to understand and convey
ideas and information
10%
10%
Summative Assessment (30% of Final Mark):
Summative
Performance
Activity
Teacher assessment of students demonstration of knowledge, 10%
understanding, thinking, inquiry, and communication during
a variety of hockey related sports and activities
Final Fitness
Evaluation &
Reflection
A demonstration of improvement in personal health related
fitness with analysis of performance
10%
Skating Evaluation
Summative assignment that assesses student skating stride
and development of a plan to improve personal skating
techniques
10%
Requirements for the course
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Full equipment while on the ice
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Road hockey stick (stored at school for off-ice development)
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Physed clothes for off-ice development
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