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Common Core Lesson Planner – Goal Setting and Fitness Journal

Grade Level: 12 Teacher: Daniel Vega


Subject: Physical Education
Select grade level appropriate standards:

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.1
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid
reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.2
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and
information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of
content.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.4
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are
appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.7
Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-
generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate;
1 synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under
Common Core investigation.
and Content
Standard(s)
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.10
Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of tasks, purposes, and
audiences.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.11-12.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing
or speaking.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.11-12.2
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and
spelling when writing.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.SL.4
Present information, findings, and supporting evidence such that listeners can follow the line of
reasoning and the organization, development, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and
audience.

2 What materials and resources will you and the students need for the lesson?
Materials/
Resources/ Any sport and exercise equipment that the student feels that they may need in order to work on or achieve
Lesson their fitness goal.
Preparation
What should students know and be able to do after the lesson?
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Objective(s)  Students should be able to define and apply the FITT principle
 Be able to define and apply the SMART principle in goals setting.
 Set long-term goals using the SMART principle.

SAUSD Common Core Lesson Template (adapted)


 Set short-term goals that will help achieve long-term goal
 Create an exercise plan
 Maintain an exercise journal

Level 1: Recall Level 2: Skill/Concept


Level 3: Strategic Thinking Level 4: Extended Thinking

Explain how the lesson addresses each box you checked:

Recall:
Students will be quizzed and asked to state what each letter of F.I.T.T. and S.M.A.R.T and define/explain
what each letter means. Students will also be asked to give an example of each.

4 Skill/Concept:
Students will have to maintain a daily journal of the things they did stay on track towards reaching their
Webb’s Depth of goal.
Knowledge Level
Strategic Thinking:
On a weekly basis, students will summarize their fitness journals and evaluate what they did that helped
them on their road toward achieving their goals. Students will also evaluate what they could have done
differently.

Extended Thinking:
Students will plan a fitness routine that they can follow in order to achieve their fitness goals. On a week to
week basis students will create modifications based on the things they felt that did and did not work for
them. Student will also modify any goals that they believe are too easy or too hard to achieve.

Demonstrating independence Building strong content knowledge


Responding to varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline
Comprehending as well as critiquing Valuing evidence
Using technology and digital media strategically and capably
Coming to understand other perspectives and cultures

Explain how the lesson addresses each box you checked:

Demonstrate Independence:
5 Students will independently create their own goals and plan on how to achieve those goals. Students will
College and also have to be self-motivated to review their fitness plan and apply it. After applying it, students will
Career Ready evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the plan and make any modifications necessary to achieve their
Skills goals.

Build Strong Content Knowledge:


By constantly evaluating and adjusting goals using the SMART and FITT principle, students will get
repetitive review and practice in applying the principles and figuring what does and does not work.

Using technology and digital media strategically and capably:


Students will use online resources to create a fitness plan which will work best for their personal fitness
goals. Students will also be able to download applications that can help them keep track of exercise routines,
steps taken, or distance ran. Students will also be able to incorporate diet plans if needed to achieve their
goals.

Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking Creativity


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Explain how the lesson addresses each box you checked:

SAUSD Common Core Lesson Template (adapted)


21st Century Communication:
Skills
Students will be given opportunities to share with other classmates what their goals are. Students will also
communicate with the instructor to make sure they are on the right track, sharing their progress, and what
can be modified to create the most efficient plan.
Collaboration:
Students will be given time to meet with other classmates to share ideas, talk about what works best for
them, what does not work, and to give each other suggestions on how they can improve their plan.
Critical Thinking:
Students will think critically to create a long-term fitness goal that they want to achieve within the semester.
Along with creating a long-term goal, students must also come up with short-term goals which will act as
stepping stones towards their long-term goals. When evaluating their goals and current progress, students
will also think critically to make any modifications to their plan.
Creativity:
Students will use a variety of sources to create the most efficient fitness plan they can create specifically for
them. Students will be able to create a fitness plan using a variety of cardio, flexibility, and strength
exercises. Students will be allowed to choose from creating a plan that involves plyometric, calisthenics, or
a mix of both.
Lesson Delivery
Identify vocabulary and key terms that are important for students to know to understand the lesson:
 Strength
 Power
 Endurance
 Flexibility
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 Cardiovascular
Vocabulary/Key  Calisthenics
Terms  Plyometrics
 Body Composition
 FITT
 SMART

8 Describe how you will adapt your lesson for the following learners:
Differentiated
 English Learners
Instruction
-English learners will be offered translated information to key terms but will be expected to
create a fitness plan which they can turn in or visually demonstrate to the instructor. If words
cannot be used in explanation of workout routine, pictures can be included. If possible, English
learning students can be paired up with another student who can communicate with the English
learning student.

 Special Needs
-Students with special needs will be able to make goals which they believe are achievable. All
students will be allowed to work within their own capabilities. IF any students create goals
which are unattainable, they will be modified to the student’s needs/abilities.

 Accelerated (Gifted/Talented)
-Student who are advanced will need to adjust their goals to make them more challenging or
they will be assigned to help others in creating, modifying, and achieving their goals.

9 Describe at least TWO different types of formal or informal assessments you will use during your
Assessments lesson to check for student learning:

SAUSD Common Core Lesson Template (adapted)


Students will be asked to create daily journals which will be summarized and reflected upon each
week.
Students will also communicate with the instructor and go over their goals, their fitness plan, and
make any adjustments necessary. Students will have to present their ideas using the FITT and
SMART principles and continue to update their progress.

10 Prior Knowledge, Context, and Motivation (How will you connect the beginning of the lesson
Lesson to what students already know and/or motivate them to learn about the topic?)
Delivery

Instructor will talk about how different goals that they have set. They will talk about those goals
that were achieved and the goals that were not achieved. Instructors will then talk about what did
and did not work for them. Next, instructors will turn the focus to the students and ask if there
were anyone willing to share a goal that the achieved and one they did not achieve. Students will
be asked to share what led to the success or failure in achieving their goals. From there, instructors
can lead into talking about creating SMART goals.

Describe each step of the lesson


Teacher will… Students will…

1. Introduce the lesson 1. Sit, listen, and share their own


-Share previous goals experiences.
-Share success and failures
-Share factors that contributed to
successes and failures
-Allow students to share their own
experiences.

2. Let students know that they will be 2. Sit quietly and listen to the
learning about SMART goals and the instructor.
FITT principle.

3. Ask students what they know about 3. Contribute to the conversation and
SMART goals and the FITT share what they know.
principle.

4. Hand out reading material about 4. As a class, students will read about
SMART goals and FITT principle. SMART goals and FITT principle

5. Ask students to summarize the 5. Summarize the article and share


article or give an opinion of what their thoughts.
they thought about the article.

6. Ask students to give examples for 6. Contribute to the conversation and


each letter of SMART and FITT. give examples representing what
each letter in SMART and FITT

SAUSD Common Core Lesson Template (adapted)


mean. Students should also take
notes to reference to later

7. Allow students to work in a group 7. Work in groups or with a partner to


and create a SMART goal and a complete assigned work.
short workout plan using the FITT
principle.

8. Allow students to share what they 8. Share their examples of SMART


came up with in their groups goals using the FITT principle
9. Bring the class to a close and discuss 9. Listen to the assignment and what is
the assignment that they students expected of them.
will be working on.
-Students will create a long-term
fitness goal which they will try to
achieve over the course of a
semester.
-Create short-term fitness goals that
will act as stepping stones for their
long-term goals.
-Using the FITT principle, students
will create a fitness plan that will
help them achieve their goals.
-Maintain a journal which will be
used to summarize progress from
week to week
-Evaluate their goals and modify
anything that may be too difficult,
too easy, or just is not working

SAUSD Common Core Lesson Template (adapted)