Mr. Williams

BRADLEY WILLIAMS

RESIDENCE: Born in St. Charles, MI.  Currently reside in Westland, MI.

EDUCATION: 
Bachelors of Arts in Physical Education/Health and General Science from  Saginaw Valley State University 2004.  Certified Schwinn Indoor Cycling Coach.  Certified Personal Trainer.  Power Speed Endurance Run Coach.

EXPERIENCE:
Taught at St. Charles Elementary 2004-2007.  Adjunct Professor at Saginaw Valley State University Winter 2008. Teacher at Clara B. Ford Academy since 2009.

​ATHLETICS: ​Triathlete since 2004-2014.  Participated in duathlons solely in 2015 and 2016.  Member of the Speed Concepts racing team and Team 3FU3L. I compete in running races, bike races, and duathlons around the state of Michigan.

​CLASS RULES

1.Be ready to go!!
2.Be smart.
3.Be safe
3.Do not partake in  "inappropriate" activities.


PHYS. ED. RULES

1. You MUST WEAR SOCKS if you take your shoes off.
2. If you don't participate you must have a note from doctor, nurse, or building supervisor.
3. NO SITTING IN THE BLEACHERS
4. If you are miss a class it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to ask for the work you missed.
-Make up workout
-Make up article.


 


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1. You must participate the WHOLE TIME to receive points.  If you are injured, sick, or absent for another reason we will come up with a make up assignment for you.  

2. Skill work, workouts, and games will have points assigned and you will find those out at the start of class.

3. Notes in class, tests, projects, etc. will be graded accordingly.



ABSENCE/MISSING WORK


All homework is due at the beginning of the class on the specified due date or it will not be accepted. It is the student’s responsibility to request missed material and homework assignments; teacher’s responsibility to provide this within 24 hours of request.

If a student or Student Advocate provides at least 24 hour notice of an upcoming absence, the teacher will provide material.  

If the absence is not excused the teacher does not need to provide make up work.

In cases of suspension, when the student returns, the student must request missed work and the teacher has 24 hours to respond.  Assignments will be marked a grade lower (100% A grade would be a "B" instead).


                                                           

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH

In Physical Education student will learn a number of different fitness activities and movement skills that will increase their mobility, give them more confidence/higher self-esteem, and help them become more fit.  Students will be exposed to a number of different sports that include volleyball, hockey, and basketball.  This will help them socially, improve their leadership skills, and encourage them to try new things. Finally, students will learn a number of health topics which includes nutrition, eating disorders, hygiene, and how to be a  health literate consumer.  


 

SCHOOL WIDE NON-NEGOTIABLES
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1. Cell Phones should be locked up.
2. Hallway Passes needed during class periods.
3. Only APPROVED food or drink consumed during school hours
4. Teacher's desk, chair, cell phone, laptop, and classroom phone are off limits to students.



 

Physical Education Links that can assist TUTORS.

EXERCISE DEMOS
These are the exercises we do on a regular basis in class.  If students have trouble with form use these to help correct it.
Proper Air Squat
Proper Push-Up
Proper Sit-Up
Lunge Form
Step-Up Form
Burpee Demo

PEDOMETERS I've been incorporating pedometers into my PE classes.  A pedometer is a step tracker.  The ones I have clip to the waist of your paints, you run or walk, and it tracks your steps.  I've been giving students step goals to shoot for in class (1500-3000) and most have been making it.  I find it gives the students a sense of accomplishment and an "I can feeling".  They also learn the gratification of achieving a goal.  These come in handy for students that may not like the activity we are doing in class that day.  I give the kids a pedometer and goal to achieve to earn their points for the day.  It comes in really handy and keeps the students active.


MONTHLY CHALLENGE
Each month my classes start a new exercise challenge.  This month we will do the daily challenge and "Workout of the Day" from this website: www.darebee.com  There are a number of different workouts to do and you don't need any equipment for them.  
Darebee Website







SCHEDULE


M,T,TH,F Schedule
1st Hour 7:54-9:12 AM PE/Health GSC
2nd Hour 9:15-10:33 AM PE/Health Rose
10:36- 11:01 AM Lunch
3rd Hour 11:04- 12:13 PM Coach
4th Hour- 12:16-1:34 PM Middle School PE
5th Hour A- 1:37-2:55 PM Team Sports
5th Hour B- 1:37-2:55 PM Team Sports

Wednesday Schedule
1st Hour 7:54-9:12 AM PE/Health GSC
2nd Hour 9:15-10:33 AM PE/Health Rose
10:36- 11:01 AM Lunch
3rd Hour- 11:04- 12:16 PM Coach 
4th Hour 12:16- 1:34 PM Middle School PE
NO 5th Hour on Wednesday!!!

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

TALENT SHOW- Friday, May 12th, 12:45 pm-2:30 pm in the CFRC

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