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SpringfieldCollegeDailyLessonPlan

Name:MeghanFlanagan
Date:9/3/14

Time:9:009:50AM
School:AgawamHighSchool

Lesson#:2/4
Facilities:FootballField

ClassSize:18

Grade:912
Unit/Theme:FlagFootball
GenericLevel:Control/Utilization
Equipment:1.Footballs(10)2.Cones(24)3.BluePinnies(9) 4.Flags(18)

FocusofLesson:PassingPatterns

StudentPerformanceObjectives(SPO):(National#MACF#Task/Activity#)
Bytheendofthelesson,studentsshouldbeableto:

(P)Performatleast4successfulcatches,whilerunningthecorrectrouteforeachpassing
patternduringteampractice.(National#:S1.H1.L2MACF#:2.17Activity:#23)
(C)Describe/drawthepassingpatternswith100%accuracywhenaskedbytheteacherat
theendofclass.(National#:S2.H2.L1MACF#:2.17Activity:Closure)
(A)Demonstratestrategicplanningbydiscussingstrategies/plansbeforeeachplaywith
teammates100%ofthetimeduringteampractice.(National#:S4.H3.L1MACF#:2.26
Activity:EntireLesson)
Checkeachobjectiveisitspecific?Isitachievable?Isitdevelopmentally
appropriate?

TeacherPerformanceObjectivesDuringthelessontheteacherwill:
1.ExplainsafetyandrulesofallactivitiesANDcheckforunderstanding(CFU).
2.Keepstudentsontaskbyhavingavarietyofactivitiesandtasks.
3.Giveatleast3piecesofpositivespecific,orcorrectivefeedbacktoeachteam.
4.Useastrongandeffectivewhistle.

SpecialConsiderationsWhatarethesafetyconcerns?Whatisuniqueaboutthe
studentsinthisclass?
oBeawareofsurroundingsincluding:otherstudentsandequipmenttoavoidcollisions
oCheckinwithJohnnyoftenabouthisasthma

References:(includepage#and/oractualwebsiteaddress)
ohttp://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/american-football-passing patterns.html

TIME
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SEQUENCEOFLESSON
Locker Rooms: Ss will change and then go
directly outside to the field for
attendance.
Attendance: -Ss will go attendance spots, T
takes attendance
Warm-Up:

Jog 1 min 30 secs

10 jumping jacks

10 push ups

10 sit ups
Introduction: -Focus of the day: Passing
Patterns
-Start and Stop Signals: Start: two whistles.
Stop: one whistle, equipment down, eyes on
T
-Safety: Only throw when receiver is
looking. Keep your head up and watch out
for other groups.
-Review/refining: throwing and catching
Throwing: -Pinky and ring finger on laces,
other fingers towards the back, -side to
target, -arm up and back near ear, -step
with opposite foot and release just in front
of the body, -follow through and snap wrist
down.
Catching: -Eyes on the ball, -hands up and
open (diamond), -pull ball in towards chest.
Transition: Find a group of 3. 1 S/group get
a football. Move to open space on field.
Warm-up: -Pass and catch stationary with
group
Pass and catch on the move when ready.

ORGANIZATION

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Transition: Ss leave footballs at their field


and jog to T
Questions: -What is a passing pattern? -Why
do we use patterns?
Answers: -Passing patterns in football are
routes the receivers run while on offense.
Passing patterns are used to create space
between the receiver and the defender.
They should be pre-planned for every play.

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Informing: T will explain and demonstrate


the hook-passing pattern.
1.Center (C) hikes the ball to the
quarterback (QB)
2.Wide receiver (WR) runs out 10 yards
and cuts in a hook shape back towards the
QB
3.QB throws ball as the WR is turning back .

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Transition: Ss take footballs and move to


designated space on field

WR

Activity #1: Hook Practice


Rules of the Activity: Ss will have 10
seconds to decide positions (QB, WR, C).
-Set up in their boundaries. C will be in
front of the QB and WR will be on the right
side of the QB.
- After 3 times on the right, switch to left,
and then rotate positions.
-Extension Up: WR will run farther away
before hooking back.

C 1
QB 2

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Transition: Ss leave their footballs at their
spot on the field and jog to the T.

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Informing: T will describe and demonstrate


the slant pattern.
1.C hikes the ball to QB.

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2.WR starts on left side of the QB


and slants diagonally across to the
opposite side of the field.
3.QB throws the ball when WR is
about 10 yards away.
Activity #2: Slant practice
-Same as hook practice, just use the slant
instead
-Extension Up: WR will run further and
with a change of speed before the QB
throws the ball.

catch


WR
C 1
QB 2

Transition: Groups will join with one other


group (6 in a group). Groups set up cones
(8) 10 yds wide x 25 yds long (horizontal
setup on field) 5 yd end zone on each end.
Activity #3: 3 vs 3- 1 group will wear
pinnies.
-Teams must use passing patterns learned
-QB can be rushed after 5 seconds
-NO contact, flag pulling only
-Each S must have a chance at each position
-Stay within boundaries
-1 pt for touchdown/NO extra points
-Throw off to start game/after touchdown
-3 downs

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Transition: Ss will jog back to the T, and put
the footballs in the bag, pinnies in bag, and
cones in a neat stack.
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Closure: T will review the different


patterns.
-What makes passing patterns effective?
-What is the best strategy to use during
passing patterns?

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Transition: Ss will go back inside and change


in locker room.