Ms. Langwald k-5 physical education
About Ms. Langwald
Ms. Langwald is is in her first year of teaching at Hope of Detroit Academy. Graduated with a bachelors of arts in exercise science from Adrian College and got her masters in education from Wayne State University and is certified to teach K-12 Physical Education and Health. She is the high school varsity girls volleyball coach at Hope of Detroit Academy. She plays competitive volleyball and wallyball.
To develop in students the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to create and maintain physical, emotional, and social well being in a diverse and ever changing society. The outcomes of an effective health and physical education program will teach how to live a healthy, active, and social lifestyle. One in which an individual can make healthy and wise decisions based on the knowledge provided and continue to maintain a healthy and physically active life style.
K-5 is taught using EPEC curriculum that follows both state and national standards. All lessons are based on standards and grade level content benchmarks. My program focuses on Locomotor Skills, Object Control Skills, Postural Skills, Cardiovascular Fitness, Muscular Flexibility, Muscular Strength/Endurance, Decision Making, Respect, Cooperation, Responsibility, Self Control, and Personal-Social Character Traits. Individual and Team sports played include Soccer, Basketball, Kickball, Baseball/Softball, Hockey, Racquet Sports, Invasion Games, Dance, Football, and Tag Games.
“I hated every minute of training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.'”
What were learning right now: basketball (k-4)
WHAT WERE LEARNING RIGHT NOW 5TH GRADE: soccer
“Continuous effort — not strength or intelligence — is the key to unlocking our potential.”
WHat we have learned: space and orientation, pathways, levels, traveling, chasing fleeing and dodging, tag games, yoga, scooter games, parachute games, bowling, fowling, dance, basketball
Hope of DETROIT Varisty VOlleyball
“The principle is competing against yourself. It’s about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before.”
– Steve Young
Hope of Detroit Elementary Bowling