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KIN 447 D.

Martin
Names: Stefania Cilloniz, Elizabeth Long, Adriana Marquez, Rachel Gaulbrandsen
DANCE EDUCATION LESSON PLAN
GRADE LEVEL & NUMBER OF STUDENTS:
TIME: 25 mins
EQUIPMENT:
OBJECTIVES:
Psychomotor
1. The student will demonstrate multiple, different ways of moving through their environment using
locomotor movements as directed by the teacher in the gym.
Cognitive
1. The student will demonstrate recognition of vowel letters and sounds through the use of their bodies
as directed by the teacher.
Affective
1. The student will demonstrate teamwork through cooperation and listening skills.

CALIFORNIA DANCE/PE STANDARDS:


Introductory/Warm-up Activity: 1.2- Perform basic locomotor skills (e.g., walk, run, gallop, jump,
hop, and balance)
Lesson Focus: 2.2- Respond to a variety of stimuli (e.g., sounds, words, songs, props, and images)
with original movements.
Closing/Cool Down Activity: 1.4 - Perform simple movements in response to oral instructions
(e.g., walk, turn, reach)
5.1- Give examples of the relationship between everyday movement in school and dance
movement.

PART 1: INTRODUCTORY/WARM-UP ACTIVITY (2-5 mins):


Activity
Teaching Hints
Listen and Move

PART 3: LESSON FOCUS (15-20 mins):


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KIN 447 D. Martin


Activity
Vowel Song

Teaching Hints
Ask students to scatter around designated area.
Instruct students to:
-move while music plays.
-find Partner toe-to-toe and freeze.
-wiggle arms high when they hear Uuu! in the
song.
Show vowel sign.
Students make vowel letter shapes with partners or
on their own.
Repeat.

PART 4: CLOSING/COOL DOWN ACTIVITY (2-5 mins):


Activity
Teaching Hints
The Walking Song
Explain to the students that they must listen
closely to the directions given.
Modification: Have students sit in a circle and use
rhythm sticks and hit them as though they are
walking to the speed directed in the song.