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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Kait Moss DATE: 11/12/14

TIME: 1:03 1:50P

SCHOOL: Agawam High School

LESSON#: 2

FACILITIES: Front Gymnasium

CLASS SIZE: 20 - 35

UNIT/THEME: Indoor Soccer

GENERIC LEVEL: Control/Utilization

EQUIPMENT: 1. Cones (8)

2. Soccer Balls (4)

GRADE: 9 - 12

3. Pinnies

FOCUS OF LESSON: Indoor Soccer Ultimate Indoor Soccer


STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
(P): Demonstrate control when dribbling and passing the ball during the instant activity. (SHAPE
S1.H1.L1; MA CF 2.17)
(C): Explains what types of passes are best used during indoor soccer matches to maintain control of the
ball. (SHAPE S2.H1.L1; MA CF 2.26)
(A): Include classmates by passing the ball three times before going to the end zone. (SHAPE S4.H2.L1;
MA CF 2.26)
TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:
1. Inform students about what is going to happen immediately and what is expected as soon as the activity
finishes to help save time.
2. Rotate throughout the classroom providing feedback to students who are on task, and giving their best
effort at improving their skills.
3. Extend to students who are ready to move further into game play, refine for students who need to
refocus their skills.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS - What are the safety concerns? What is unique about the students
in this class?
1. Bleachers and volleyball net stands on either side of the gymnasium.
2. Basketball hoops which are up and the catwalk above the gymnasium (equipment getting stuck).
3. Special needs students need to be partnered with cooperating peers who will encourage their
development of skills.
REFERENCES:
http://mrgym.com/SportsGames/Soccer_Round-Up.htm

http://www.mayouthsoccer.org/UserFiles/file/Practice%20Plans%202014/5%20%20U8%20Fall%202014%20Week%205%20Rev%20&%20Locked.pdf

LESSON PLAN FORM


TIME
SEQUENCE OF LESSON
0:00 Transition: Ss will enter the locker
5:00 rooms and change and meet in the
big gymnasium for Indoor Soccer.
5:00
11:00

Warm-up: AHS Specific


Ms. Moss will take attendance,
noting any students with excused or
unexcused absences, and anyone
unprepared for PE on their student
cards. Students will warm up with
AHS warm up routine jog (specific
time based on week of the year, add
10 seconds each week, this week is
3:20), ten 3-count jumping jacks, 10
push ups, 10 sit ups. These exercises
are led by student volunteers, if no
volunteer the group will continue to
run for :30 seconds until we have 12 volunteers.

11:00

11:30

Transition: Whistle blown to get ss


attention. Ss will huddle together
around Ms. Moss to get informed on
the days activities. When ss are
silent with their eyes on the teacher
she will continue. Ss will return to
their teams (Brazil Yellow,
Germany Red, Italy Blue, Green
Nigeria) from the day they got to
choose.

11:30

21:30

Instruction/Instant Activity:
Ultimate Indoor Soccer
Ms. Moss will explain that today we
are going to start with a quick game
of ultimate indoor soccer.
Rules:
Teams will go up against each other
and send 2 people out on the field at
a time.
Ball will be rolled into the field.
Teams of 2 must work together to

ORGANIZATION

REFLECT

Had students stand


on red lines to
create barrier
between two
fields
Gave ss numbers
and called numbers
to go 1 on 1, 2 on 2
or 3 on 3.

pass the ball on the ground, to their


teammate three times and then get
the ball in the end zone by dribbling.
If the ball goes into the air it is
automatically the opposing teams
ball.
Rotate through the teams quickly

Students will be reminded what part


of the foot should be used to dribble
and pass the ball to their teammates.
And discuss what types of passes
would be used for success (long or
short) in the small boundaries of
indoor soccer.
Two fields will be set up on each
half court of the bball court indoors,
so all four teams can play at a time.
Extension: Add 3 players per team
and make it 4 passes before
dribbling to end zone.
21:30

21:45

Transition: Ss will rotate so they


play each other at least once for no
more than three minutes.

21:45

39:45

Activity 1: Indoor Soccer Game


Play
Ss will no play 4:00 games of
indoor soccer. Must have 3 passes
before a shot on goal.
Dribbling/Passing
- Tap-tap
- Use inside of foot
- Keep eyes up
- Find open space
Rules:
- No kicking the ball in behind
the black line.
- Ball should stay low
- Goalie must throw/roll the

ball, not past mid-field


Goalie cannot touch the ball
with his/her hands outside of
the box
No shots from inside the
goalie box

39:45

40:00

Transition: Whistle blown to freeze


ss game play. Ss will be brought in
to a central meeting place (center
court) to get an understanding of the
different types of passes and
techniques used to dribble the soccer
ball.

40:00

42:00

Closure: Discuss differences they


found in short/long passes. What
was working and what wasnt to
give each other feedback. Review
skill cues for dribbling/passing.

42:00

47:00

Ss dismissed from gymnasium to


get changed and ready for next
period. Ms. Moss will report to
hallway to be sure

Encouraged
students to take
time to reflect on
Veterans Day and
what it means to us
as citizens.