Fundamental Skill Lesson Plan
PED 212: foundation of movement & motor Activities (BDF1324A)
Standard 2: Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.
- Lesson Information:
- Grade level:
- I chose the grade level of third graders which is normally their physical and mental development skills are beyond the skill level of the activity I have choosing in my lesson plan.
- Estimated level of development stage for this age/grade:
- Uphold correspondence for third graders in their first 5 months of school
- Number of students:
- There will be ten students involved in my activity. I chose this small group so that I’m physically able to assist each student’s hands on.
- Fundament skill to be taught:
- Applying movement principles and skills in jumping and landing in a small group
- State standard :
- According to NASPE the state board of Education adopted the standard in 2007 and benchmarks and indicators on June 8, 2009. Ohio’s Academic Content Standards in Physical Education are made up of six standards:
- Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity.
Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal behavior and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.
Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.
Provide a brief description of the lesson:
Students will learn to interact and safely avoid other students. Students will gain knowledge of jumping and landing and the muscles involved.
The Students will also demonstrate understanding of movement concepts, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and understanding of Jumping and Landing.
At the conclusion of my lesson plan/activity students will be able to successfully interact and safely involved other students. As well as gain knowledge of jumping and landing as well as knowledge of the muscles involved while improving their strength endurance and power.
I will group each two students with a student that I see is the physical opposite of him/her. There will be five groups of two. There will be no teasing and no single rewards all students will be rewarded as a whole and for their participation only. All students will be safely spread apart while each group of two works on the activity. Any student not participation will not be rewarded. Students will be able to drink as much water as they like. if a student should be come injured I will call for assignstance from another teacher. I will write up an incident report and make a phone call to the parents.
The equipment needed jump ropes, a CD player will be need for the songs that go along with the activity we will be in an outside setting with unlimited space but safety capability in all areas in which we will be appending.
Create a script for what the teacher would say while teaching the lesson and describe the following:
Introducing the lesson:
Demonstrate: jumping and Landing Motor Skills
First bend knees and hips
Swing arms hard
Push off the floor with the ball of your feet
Safety concerns, rules, and protocols to follow during the lesson:
Two students will hold the rope ends. They begin swinging the rope back and forth like a pendulum. The other students take turns jumping over the rope, hoping not to step on the rope. Students take turns holding the rope ends and jumping. Wait your turn so no one get hurt each student will get a turn. Student will be safely spread apart while each group of two work on the activity Any student not participation will not be reward.
Teaching the skill and the method of assessment (refer to the lesson objective; how will you assess mastery of this skill?)
To jump into the rope turning the rope stand on the side that you will be jumping on turn rope with your arms using two students one on each side of the rope watch the feet of the jumper as you true the rope don’t get to far apart from each other make sure some of the rope is hitting the floor.
Create a flyer or email that you would use to communicate to parents. It should explain at least one activity that the family could do at home that would reinforce the skill taught in the lesson.
From: Vasilika Benjamin
Sent : 7/17/2013
To: The Parents in Classroom 212
Subject: Home-School Connection
We in classroom of 212 has been working on this activity jumping and landing and I was hoping that you could help me out with this activity at home as well as your daughter/son with the activity.
Jumping and Landing Motor Skills
This activity will need at least two to four people family or friends if you could demonstral the activity with family and friends it would be much appreciation.
1. Bending the knees
2. Bending the hips
3. Swing arms hard
4. Push off the floor with the ball of their feet they would need a small group to help with the activity.
Identify modifications and adaptations for each of the following scenarios:
Inclusion of a child with a physical disability (e.g. a child who uses a wheelchair)
That student will roll over the jump rope in his/her wheelchair I would have three children in this group each student will hold the other end of the rope each child would get a turn to jump rope and would be rewarded
The event of inclement weather or an altered schedule that forces you to change your location. Choose a different location to discuss (e.g. a smaller classroom as opposed to a gym)
Try in a short period of time identify the student’s individual education goals and objectives to be empathized in education
Evaluate effectiveness of adaptations
The Children are the Future if we teach them well
Several children from a different grade are temporarily joining this class for this particular lesson
I will group them off by their age so the bigger students will not be bother by the younger students
Hastie, P. (2012). Foundations of moving & learning. San Diego, CA. Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
This text is a Constellation™ course digital materials (CDM) title.
Schmitz, K(2010,March).Pre-K-2 Lesson Ideas Retrieved July 13,2013 from PE Central website
Suite101.com/Article/disabled kids jump-rope-a3718
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