Lesson Plan-March 7, 2008

Lesson Plan-March 7, 2008 - spot and swing the leg(with...

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PEP 291 LESSON PLANS – Kicking, Running, and Jumping
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Name: Mike Copley Date: 3-7-08 Objectives: Psychomotor: During the activities, the students will be able to perform correctly at least one 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 Student = X Teacher = T Helper = H Poly Spot= * Ball = O Cone = C Kicking 1. Stand on the line and swing leg (no ball) - Step over the poly spot and swing leg 2. Stand behind the spot and swing
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Unformatted text preview: spot and swing the leg (with ball) and try and make it through the cones-Use beam bag to support the ball 3. Stand further behind the ball. Take several steps to approach the ball.-Running approach-Smaller space Teacher DEMO 1. Students on spots, facing the teacher. At the signal “Go”, swing the kicking leg, make contact and follow-thru-Step forward and swing the kicking leg X X X X X X X X * * * * * * * * H T H H 2. Student behind the poly spot. Beanbag on floor with ball on top of it. At signal, students will take a step over the spot and kick the ball in between cones. X X X * * * O O O C C C C C C C O C-Swing your leg-Step and swing-Eye of the ball-Step and kick-Eye on the ball-Move to the ball and kick- Run to the ball...
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