U of M LESSONS PLAN (2014)
TEACHER: DAY: April 13, 2014
SUBJECT/UNIT: Manipulative/ " Freezamania”GRADE: 3-5 TIME: 35 min
LESSONS # OF IN THE UNIT: Chapter 12NUMBER OF PUPILS: 28LOCATION: Gym 250
LESSONS FOCUS: Throwing and Catching
CONNECTION TO NATIONWIDE STANDARDS:
Normal 1 - The physically literate individual displays competency in a number of motor expertise and movement patterns. Normal 2 - The physically literate individual applies knowledge of ideas, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance. Standard 3 - The physically literate individual shows the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing standard of physical activity and fitness. Standard 4 - The physically well written individual shows responsible personal and social behavior that respects personal and others. Common 5 - The physically well written individual identifies the value of work out for health, enjoyment, obstacle, self-expression and/or social connection.
PSYCHOMOTOR: TLW perform throwing and catching appropriately 90% of the time when discovered at random.
COGNITIVE: TLW make clear the appropriate abilities for tossing and getting. They will also have the ability to identify the sports that involve tossing and getting.
AFFECTIVE: TLW cooperate with peers all the time when seen at random.
TEACHER OBJECTIVES (goals for improving my teaching): TTW presented positive opinions and instruct the safety rules for appropriate throwing and catching.
EQUIPMENT USED/RESOURCES: Music, basketballs, bean bags, nerf balls, junior footballs, and other age-appropriate objects intended for throwing and catching.
PROTECTION CONCERNS: Watch for hitting once tagging. Watch for students operating into the other person.
TEACHING STRATEGIES: Make sure college students understand the directions and how to chuck gently and supply a safe, fun environment.