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Department of Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences

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

Cassidy Gustafson


Date: November 9, 2016
School: Cleveland Elementary
Grade

Level: 2nd
Lesson

Focus: Health & Fitness
#​ Of students: 16
Equipment and Facilities:
Poly Spots (16)
Poly Squares (8)
Dice (2)
Yoga Demonstration Sheets
4 Purple Cones
2 Green Cones
Safety
​ ​ Considerations:​ Wet Grass, Spacial Awareness
Lesson Specifics
Behavioral Contingencies:
Three Strike System:
1. Warning
2. Sit out for 5 Minutes with Ren
3. Sent to Ms. Monique for the rest of the period.

​ Previously Learned Skills: Health and Fitness Stations (Dynamic, Bodyweight, Balance)

Teaching Strategy: Direct Instruction
Academic Language:
Strength
Conditioning
Body Weight
Dynamic
Cardio
Balance
Student Objectives:
1. To apply the knowledge of balance, body weight fitness, and dynamic stretching into everyday
activity.
2. To understand why balance is important.

3. To understand why bodyweight fitness is important.
4. To understand why dynamic stretching is important.

Psychomotor (P): ​Students will be able to complete each drill and or station at a 80% success rate, in
demonstrating the cues of the skills.
Cognitive (C): ​Students​ will be able to recite to myself and another classmate fun facts that are distributed
among the field.
H-R Fitness (H):​ Students will be able to reach at least 80% MVPA in duration of the class, going towards
the recommended amount of physical activity a week.

CALIFORNIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION MODEL CONTENT STANDARDS:

Demonstrate the motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical
activities.

Demonstrate knowledge of movement concepts, principles and strategies that apply to the learning
and performance of physical activities.

Assess and maintain a level of physical fitness to improve health and performance.

NASPE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CONTENT STANDARDS– a physically literate person:
•Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical
activities.
•Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
•Demonstrates the knowledge skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity
and fitness.
•Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
•Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social interaction.

Describe the pre-class arrangement
Teacher: ​In the middle of students.
Students: ​On their designated poly spots surrounding me (circle).
Equipment: ​Poly spots / Dice
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Instant Activity:​ Dice Stretch/Agility
Diagram Instant Activity
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I will have a giant pair of dice, where students will have a designated number to perform each stretch. One
student will roll the dice, while another student will pick a stretch out of the hat. Stretches include:
Jumping Jacks
Squats
Tip Toes
Toe Touches
Push Ups
Squat Jumps
Arm Circles (Front)
Arm Circles (Back)
2 Minutes
Transition
Students will spread out lined up facing me (on their polyspots).

Set Induction ​1-2 Minute(s)
Today, we will be continuing our lesson in health and fitness. Can one student raise their hand and remind
me and the class why health is important? Can one student raise their hand and remind me and the class
why fitness is important?
Very similar to Monday, we are going to be doing stations, but there will only be two, not four. What I
thought everyone did well in last time was balance and dynamic stretching. At these stations, there will be
written instructions with pictures as to what I would like you to do. After I split you up, I want you to go to
your station and sit down. DO NOT TOUCH the papers that are at your station. If I see torn up or ripped
paper, we will come back to the middle and start over. Understand? Here we go!
Purpose​:
Students will continue to develop their skills in yoga as well as dynamic stretching.
Start/Stop Signals​: Hand up in the air to count down (this makes students put hands up and have
eyes on me by the time I count down to one).
Grouping Strategies​: ​Random.
National Standards:
Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety
of physical activities.
Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and
performance.
Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social
interaction.
Transition:
Students will pair up and get into groups, standing next to their cone seated.
Lesson Core - Task 1​: 16 Minutes: Health And Fitness Stations
Students are in small groups and are divided amongst four stations. Each station is labeled with an activity
pertaining to health and fitness, and each group lasts for a total of four minutes.
Station 1: Balance
Practicing balance builds muscle and increases range of motion in the joints.
Yoga Poses!
SET ONE
Mountain Pose
Tree Pose (right leg)
Triangle Pose
Tree Pose (left leg)
Butterfly Pose

SET TWO: SUN SALUTE
Mountain Pose
Forward Fall
Lunge (Left leg)
Plank
Flat Plank
Up Dog
Down Dog
Lunge (Right Leg)
Forward Fall
Mountain Pose
*Holding each pose for 20 seconds, until the four minutes is up*
Station 2: Cardio
Cardio exercise is any exercise that raises your heart rate
Dynamic Exercises
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Each exercise will be performed up and down the line
Exercise 1: Jog
Exercise 2: High Knees
Exercise 3: Butt Kickers
Exercise 4: High Knees
Exercise 5: Lunge and Hold
Exercise 6: Side Lunges
Exercise 7: Bear Crawls
Exercise 8: Crab Walks
● Each stretch should take a minute each, TAKE YOUR TIME
Demonstration Plan​:
NA, reminder was demonstrated prior to beginning the lesson.

Questions to Check Understanding
1. What is body weight training?
2. Why is balance important?
Diagram Task 1
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National Standards:
Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety
of physical activities.
Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and
performance.
Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social
interaction.
Teaching Cues for ​Task 1​:
1. Cues are provided for students at each station.

Common Errors ​Task 1​:
1. Students using the same foot as their throwing arm.
2. Students throwing the ball when I have instructed them not to.
3. Students will attempt to not throw the ball to their target.
Common Errors ​Task 1​:
1. Distraction (not staying focused)
2. Taking away time from other students.

CLOSURE:2 Minutes
Bring everyone in front of me to discuss what went well, as well as going over the cues of the skills with
demonstrations.
Review​:
Can someone demonstrate what they learned? Good!
I am excited that everyone had a good time, and I am looking forward to Wednesday.
Let’s line up!
Diagram The Closure
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