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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 5/14/15

Department of Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences


Sport Pedagogy Lesson Plan Template (Elementary and Middle School)

Teacher: La-Toya Harris

Background Information
Date: 16 September 2015

School: Cleveland Elementary

Grade Level: 4th and 5th graders

Lesson Focus: Cooperative Learning and Team


Building

# Of students: 20 students

Equipment and Facilities: 10 inflated footballs, 25


colorful light weighted scarfs or flags, 10 colorful
jerseys, and 8 orange cones

Safety Considerations: The teacher will conduct the


skill analysis circuit in a quality learning
environment. All equipment used will be age
appropriate and placed in a safe manner to reduce
the risk of any injuries. Each circuit will be spaced
out accordingly to help reduce any conflict within the
different activities. The teacher will verbally review
the rules and expectations before the start of the
exercise. Before the start of class, the teacher will
have knowledge of any health related issues the
students may have, which will be provided by the
school. If an emergency occur, the teacher will
remain calm while transporting the students to a safe
environment or shelter, based on the situation. If a
student is injured, the teacher will stop the activity
and have the students seated away from the injured
student while the teacher notifies the proper
authorities of the childs injuries. Each student will
be aware of the teachers signals (whistle). All
equipment will be placed on the ground/ floor while
the teacher is providing instructions and the students
hands will be placed on or above their heads.

Lesson Specifics
Behavioral Contingencies: The activities will begin
Previously Learned Skills: Team work,
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and end on the teachers cue (whistle). Students will


be given two warnings before having to sit out
quietly on the green bench for not following
directions, misbehaving, or any behavior that is not
allowed in Tiger Pride. The student will sit out for the
remainder of the activity. If a fight occurs, an adult
supervisor will be called to detain the students who
were engaged in the altercation. The rest of the
students will be seated out the way of harm until the
situation has been resolved.

comprehension, communication, hand-eye


coordination

Teaching Strategy: I will start the lesson using the


command style teaching strategy. The instruction will
be provided by using an interactive approach and
verbal cues to assist the students in understanding
the techniques that will be used during the activities.

Academic Language: The academic language will


focus on team building, communication,
comprehension, and cooperative learning. These
skills will be taught to help students understand the
importance of working together as a team.

Psychomotor (P): SWBAT demonstrate the COTS for throwing and passing the football to a
teammate while engaging in a modified game of flag football with a 75% success rate.
Student
Objectives:

Cognitive (C): SWBAT recite the COTS of passing, and throwing a football with 85%
accuracy to the class.
H-R Fitness (H): SWBAT remain active and engaged 90% of the time during the duration of
the lesson until dismissed by the instructor.

CALIFORNIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION MODEL CONTENT STANDARDS:


I. Demonstrate the motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
II. Demonstrate knowledge of movement concepts, principles and strategies that apply to the learning and
performance of physical activities.
III. Assess and maintain a level of physical fitness to improve health and performance.
IV. Demonstrate knowledge of physical fitness concepts, principles and strategies to improve health and
performance.
V. Demonstrate and utilize knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, principles and strategies that
apply to the learning and performance of physical activity.
NASPE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CONTENT STANDARDS a physically literate person:
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1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical
activities.
2. Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
3. Demonstrates the knowledge skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and
fitness.
4. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
5. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social interaction.

Describe the pre-class arrangement


Teacher: La-Toya Harris
Students: 20 Tiger Pride students
Equipment: 10 inflated footballs, 25 colorful light weighted scarfs or flags, 10 colorful jerseys, and 8 orange
cones

Diagram the pre-class arrangement

(Equipment bag on bench)


Time

Content Development

5
minutes

Instant Activity:
Good afternoon class. As you may have
noticed, some of your class mates may
have on jerseys while others may not.
Those of you who have on jerseys will be
team mates for the day. Those of you
who do not have on a jersey will also be
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Management
(Illustration of
formations)
Diagram Instant
Activity

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
The standards being addressed
are CA Content Standards I,
II, and V and NASPE Content
Standards 1, 2, 4, and 5.
Students will demonstrate and
gain knowledge of a variety of
motor skills, movement

Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 5/14/15

Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

team mates for todays activities. Today


we are going to start our day off by
playing a safe but fun game of capture
the flag. You will receive two flags each.
When you are told to do so, place one
flag on each side of your pants or belt
loops on your pants. Do not tie them.
Make sure that it is secure but it does not
restrict someone from grabbing it if
possible. There will be no pushing or
tripping one another. Make sure you
keep you heads up at all times. Once you
grab a flag take it and place it into your
teams designated buck. For those of you
who have jerseys do not take them off
until told to do so. You will start and stop
the activity at the sound of my whistle.
May I have one volunteer to help pass
out the flags? Thank you! Are there any
questions? Ready (whistle blowing). The
whistle will blow again for the activity to
seas. I need everyone to take a knee and
please all eye on me.

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
patterns, and team building
concepts related to physical
activity. Student will
understand the values of
physical activity and social
interaction.

1minute

Transition: Everyone will be instructed


to take a knee and place their eyes on the
teacher. After the teacher has provided
the class with full instructions the class
will stand and proceed to the activity
area when told to do so.

N/A

N/A

1minute

Set Induction:
Today we will play flag football. We will
be working on our cooperative learning
skills, communication skills, and
working on our team building skills.

Start/Stop Signals:
To gain students
attention, I will blow
the whistle and they
will place their
hands on their
heads, with all eyes
on me.

The standards that will be


addressed are CA Content
Standard V and NASPE
Content Standard 4. Students
will become knowledgeable
based in the information that
is being received.

Purpose:
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Time

Content Development

The importance of playing flag football


is to raise your heart rate while keep you
actively engaged during the class and
working on the importance of being a
team.

5-7
minutes

Lesson Core - Task 1:


During this activity, you will remain in
the teams that you were in during capture
the flag. However, before we start, there
are a few COTS that we need to cover.
(Teacher goes through the COTS first by
herself then with 2 student volunteers)
Within your teams, when told to do so,
one person will line up on the fence and
stand behind a football, and the other
person will line up in between the orange
cones in front of one of your team mates.
Do not touch the football until told to do
so. (after students get into their assigned
areas) You and your partner will practice
passing (throwing) and receiving
(catching) the football. If you feel as
though you and your partner can throw
the football further, the person standing
between the cones may take one step
back each time a successful pass has

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

Grouping Strategies:
Students will remain
in the same teams
that were designed
during the instant
activity.

Diagram Task 1
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The standards being addressed


are CA Content Standards I,
II, and V and NASPE Content
Standards 1, 2, 4, and 5.
Students will demonstrate and
gain knowledge of a variety of
motor skills, movement
patterns, and team building
concepts related to physical
activity. Student will
understand the values of
physical activity and social
interaction.
Teaching Cues for Task 1:
Catching:
1. Face Target
2. Athletic Stance
3. Make a Diamond with
Asking Hands
4. Ball High Fingers to the

Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 5/14/15

Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

been made. Ready! (whistle blowing)

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
Sky/ Ball Low Fingers Point to
your Toes.

Demonstration Plan:
Teacher will verbally demonstrate the
COTS to the class while visually walking
them through the steps using the required
equipment. The teacher will then have 2
student volunteers to visually
demonstrate the correct
techniques/COTS to their peers while
passing and receiving the football. .

Passing/throwing
1. Point Non-Throwing
shoulder to target
2. Make an L with your
throwing arm and fingers
3. Fingers on Laces

Questions to Check Understanding


Which foot will I step forward with if I
am right handed? (Left foot) Great! If the
ball is high, where should my fingers be
pointing to in order to catch it correctly?
(To the sky) Correct!

4. Step toward target with foot


opposite of throwing arm.
5. Eyes on Target
6. Follow Through with arms
across your chest.

Common Errors Task 1:


1. Student stepping out with
dominate foot forward while
throwing the ball.
2. Students hands not on laces
of football
1
minute

Transition: After the teacher blows the


whistle the students will be directed to
place the equipment on the ground in
front of them and place their hands on
their heads. The teacher will instruct the
students to place the equipment in the

N/A

N/A

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Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

bag and return to her and take a quiet.


Students will then be informed of the
modified team building football game.
Once the teacher has informed the
students of the safety rules they will start
the game on the teachers signal
(whistle).
8-10
minutes

Lesson Core - Task 2:


Has everyone played keep-a-way or
monkey in the middle before? Good,
Some of you have and some have not.
When playing a team sport it can be
similar to playing those games. Most of
the time you have a defense which is
trying to take or gain possession of the
ball and score, and an offense which is
trying to score.
This area has been set up for you to play
a safe game of modified flag football. If
you look around you, there are two
orange cones that have been placed on
both sides which represent the touch
down area. There is one cone placed on
each side of the activity area. If you step
on the outside of these cones, you are
considered to be out of bounds. The team
who is in possession of the football will
have three chances to make a touchdown.
If a touchdown is not made within those
three tries the other team will get
possession of the football. You will start
and stop the activity on the teachers
signal.
Does everyone understand? Are there
any questions? Lets flip a coin to see
who will be our starting offensive team.
Ready! (whistle blows) At approximately
the eight minute mark, the teacher will

Diagram Task 2

The standards being addressed


are CA Content Standards I,
II, and V and NASPE Content
Standards 1, 2, 4, and 5.
Students will demonstrate and
gain knowledge of a variety of
motor skills, movement
patterns, and team building
concepts related to physical
activity. Student will
understand the values of
physical activity and social
interaction.
Teaching Cues for Task 2:
The cues for task 2 will be an
extension of task 1 with game
play.
Common Errors Task 2:
1. Students running with their
heads down
2. Students not playing as a
team (Hogging the Ball)

Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 5/14/15

Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

blow the whistle for to clean up the


equipment and prepare for transition.

Demonstration Plan:
The students will have practiced passing
and catching the football, which was
demonstrated earlier. The teacher will
verbally point out the visual marks for
the teams touchdown areas and the out
of bounds line.
Questions to Check Understanding
Where do you place your fingers on the
football? (Laces) If you are on offense do
you have the ball or are you trying to
keep the other team from scoring? (We
have the ball/ trying to score) When you
hear your teacher blow the whistle, what
should you do? (Put the ball on the
ground and freeze with my hands on my
head, with my eyes on you)
Adaptations
I can shorten the playing field or expand
it based on their abilities.
1minute
s

Transition: On the teachers signal, the


students will place the equipment on the
ground, put their hands on their head,
place their eyes on their teacher, and
listen to further instruction. On the
teachers signal the students will pick up
all equipment and place it in the
appropriate equipment bag then take a
knee in front of the teacher.

N/A

N/A

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Time

Content Development

4
minutes

CLOSURE:
Review: That was a good game! Give
yourselves a hand! (Clapping) I like to
see that all of you were engaged in the
activities. With quiet hands raised, can
someone tell me the COTS for throwing
a football? Great! What about catch a
football? Great! Tomorrow Ms. Lauren
will introduce you to a fun game of the
human knot and keep it up using
volleyballs.

Management
(Illustration of
formations)
Diagram The
Closure

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
N/A

ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUE: While students are practicing passing and catching the ball with their partners,
the teacher will assess the students techniques using a formal assessment. The group who is spotted doing the
technique correctly will be used as a demonstration.
References Used: The Illustrations were used with Clip Art and Google Images.