Lesson Plan-April 11th, 2008

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PEP 291 LESSON PLANS – Striking, Leaping, and Sliding
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Name: Mike Copley Date: 4-11-08 Objectives: Psychomotor: During the activities, the students will be able to perform correctly at least two of the cues taught consistently. Cognitive: During the activities, the students will be able to repeat correctly the cues taught by the teacher consistently. Affective: During the activities, the students will be able to support peers by clapping hands after their correct performances consistently. Time Activity Organization Cues/Feedback 2 minutes Warm-up: *Will be done by first teacher H H T H x x x x x x x x 8 minutes T=teacher X=student H=helper Striking 1. Students strike the air like there is a ball coming. 2. Teacher/Helpers toss a ball to the students five times.
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Unformatted text preview: students five times. 3. Students use a paddle to strike the ball five times. 4. Student tries to strike the ball five times Teacher DEMO T X X X X X X X X H H H H T H H X X X X X X X X-Eye on the ball-Watch the ball-Strike hard-Step to net 5 minutes Leaping 1. Student takes an approach, leaps, and picks up a bean bag on the other side and runs back 2. Student holds the bean bag and leaps twice, leaves the bean bag on the other side, runs back 3. Student leaps three times down and three times back Teacher DEMO X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X-Take off with one foot and land on the other-Run and leap 5 minutes Sliding 1. Slide ten feet slowly Teacher DEMO 10 feet-Step-together-step...
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