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PE 3321 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WRITE-UP Name: Cat Obermeier Date: Oct/17/2012 Name of Activity: 2012: A Space Odyssey Grade Level: Fifth Lesson/Physical Education Focus: Locomotor skills (walk, run, gallop, slide, jump, hop, skip and leap.) Academic Focus: Orbits TEKS: 5.1B, 5.7A Equipment: List of acceptable movements, music (optional) Organization: Open space. Have students break into four groups by counting off one, two, three and four. Have each group line up against a wall and the first person in the line will be the "sun" (caller) first, the rest of the students are planets. Description of Activity: The "sun" is given a list of acceptable movements, to call out to its planets. When the teacher say start all of the "suns" will call out a movement and that is how the planets need to orbit around the sun. (Ex: the "sun" says hop-skip, and all of the planets have to hop then

Unformatted text preview: skip around the &quot;sun&quot;.) The plants move like this until the teacher calls stop, then the &quot;sun&quot; goes and picks a new person to be the &quot;sun&quot;.(no one gets to go for a second time until everyone has gone at least once). Teaching Suggestions/Variations: 1. The &quot;sun&quot; could call out a math problem or review question and the person to give the correct answer gets to be the &quot;sun&quot; next. 2. The &quot;sun&quot; has a pile of planet pictures with names on the back and the first student to name the planet gets to be the &quot;sun&quot; next. Safety Considerations: 1. Make sure the students have enough space, so they don't collide with each other. 2. Make sure the space is clear of any obstacles that could trip a student. Source: Cat Obermeier...
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