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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Department of Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences


Sport Pedagogy Lesson Plan Template (Elementary and Middle School)
Background Information
Teacher:
Xiomara Fonseca

Date:
April 2, 2015

School:
Cleveland Elementary School

Grade Level:
3rd grade

Lesson Focus: Skilled Theme


Overhand throwing (mobile target)

# of students:
23

Equipment and Facilities:


14 Small gator balls
50 Dome cones
5 Medium cones
10 Hoola-Hoops
Numbered Flashcards 1-5
Black top Area

Safety Considerations:
Students need to be aware of the other students near
them and the incoming equipment such as: gator
balls, cones, and potential pot holes or loose gravel.

Lesson Specifics
Behavioral Contingencies: If student(s) is behaving Previously Learned Skills:
inappropriately or is disruptive during activity or
Overhand throwing (stationary target)
instruction they will be given one verbal warning. If
this behavior continues the student(s) will be asked to
sit out from the activity until the teacher feels it is
appropriate for the student(s) to return to the activity.
If the student(s) continues this undesirable behavior
or behavior in an extreme manner: bullying, fighting,
etc. they will be removed from the activity for the rest
of the time period of Tiger Pride and sent inside with
the After School Program.
Teaching Strategy:
Mosstons Spectrum Practice

Academic Language:
Hand-eye coordination, Direction, Release Time,
Follow Target

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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Student
Objectives:

Psychomotor (P):
SWBAT perform an overhand throw to a mobile target while using the correct COTS 8 out of
10 times.
Cognitive (C):
SWBAT explain why holding up their arms is crucial for aiming towards their target with 95%
accuracy.
Affective (A):
SWBAT demonstrate teamwork and positive attitudes towards others by displaying either: high
fives, words of encouragement towards others, and encouraging a safe learning environment.
H-R Fitness (H):
SWBAT recognize the physiological responses to exercise and will be engaged in MVPA for at
least 50% of the lesson.

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:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of motor skills and
movement patterns.
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: Standing in the center of Home Base circle.
Students: Seated in Home Bases yellow circle.
Equipment: Equipment pre-arranged.
Diagram the pre-class arrangement

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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

Time

Diagram Instant
Instant Activity:
Activity
Pass the Potato
- Students will be grouped into groups of
either 4 or 5 students and lined up on
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separate lines with their group
members. Once the students are in their
5
separate groups, the person in the front
minutes
of the line will take 1 ball from the
hola-hoop and pass the ball over their
head to the person behind them
(without moving their feet) until the
ball reaches the last person.
- The last person has to place the ball in
the hoola-hoop on their end.
Set Induction:
Since we already know how to overhand
throw a ball, today we are going to learn
how to overhand throw a ball at a moving
target.
Purpose:
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The reason why we are learning how to
minute
overhand throw a ball to a moving target
is so then we can get better at throwing
overhand.

Start/Stop Signals:
Attention Grabber:
Clap Counting
Start/ Stop Signals:
1 whistle [start]
2 whistles [stop]
Grouping
Strategies:
Students will have no
specific partner. They
will participate with
the first student they
come in contact with
and then switch to
another student.

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a) Goal Orientation for each


task
CalPE: V
NASPE: 2,3, 4, 5
Goal of this task is for students
to communicate and cooperate
with other students.

Goal of this task is for students


to get an idea of what they will
be doing today and what their
objectives are for the day.

Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

Time

Transition
N/A
Students will leave for their water/
1
restroom break.
minute
Once the students are done with their
& 30
short break they will sit quietly back on
seconds
Home Base to wait for the Teacher to give
them directions for the next task.
Diagram Task 1
Lesson Core - Task 1:
Soul Train Overhand Throwing (mobile
target)
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Demonstration Plan:
Student- Teacher Demonstration
Questions to Check Understanding
1. Once you meet a person, what are you
going to do?
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- Walk down the row and
minutes
overhand throw to them.
2. How do you make sure you hit you
target?
- Follow them with your Superman
arm and aim.
Adaptations:
Higher skilled students: Students can
increase their distance.
Lower skilled students: Students can
decrease their distance.

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
N/A

CalPE: II, III, V


NASPE: 2, 3, 4, 5
Goal of this task is for students
to understand the COTS for
overhand throwing to a mobile
target.
Teaching Cues for Task 1:
1. Step Forward
2. Superman
3. Reach Back
4. Hand-to Pocket
Common Errors Task 1:
1. Release Time of ball
2. Not Superman-ing to track
target.

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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of
formations)

Time

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

Transition:
N/A
Students will help gather and put away all
of the equipment.
Once a student is done putting their
30
seconds piece(s) of equipment away they will sit
down quietly on Home Base to discuss the
Closure portion of the lesson with the rest
of the class and Teacher.

N/A

CLOSURE:**
Review:
1. What did we learned today?
2. Tell the COTS and/or show how to
accurately overhand throw a ball
to a (mobile) target.
3. Rate how much fun you had today:
- Thumbs up for A LOT of fun.
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- Thumbs in the middle for OKAY
minutes
amount of fun.
- Thumbs down for NOT A LOT of
fun
4. When we return to Tiger Pride on
Tuesday, we will working on
another Skilled Theme.
1, 2, 3 TIGER PRIDE!!

N/A

Diagram The
Closure

References Used:
Pass the Potato (Xiomara Fonseca modified from Gina Carbonattos lesson)
Soul Train Overhand Throwing (Xiomara Fonseca)

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