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Interdisciplinary Activity[1]

Interdisciplinary Activity[1] - MiamiUniversity Teachers...

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Miami University Interdisciplinary Project Lesson Plan Teachers:  Date:  Monday, April 26, 2010 Activity:  Frisbee Shot-put Grade:  First Equipment needed:  Frisbee, Colored  Discs Psychomotor (movement) Objective : The movement objective of this activity would be for  the students learn the best methods of throwing a Frisbee. The students can use their body  awareness knowledge to connect this information with other throwing activities.  Cognitive (knowledge) Objective:  Students will be able to work with their peer(s) on their  prior math skills and incorporating their new throwing skills.  Affective (feeling) Objective:  We want the students to be able to feel that they are part of a  team and interacting with each other in a positive way while contributing their positive aspects  to the team. All students need to feel successful at the end and that their hard work paid off.  Safety Considerations:  Each student will stand behind the line/cone until it is his or her turn  to throw the Frisbee. The first member of each group will throw the Frisbee at the same time,  and then the teacher will instruct when the next group can go. All of the groups will be spread  out a safe distance from each other so there will be no accidents. 
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Time: Description of activities: Organization of students: (please diagram) 3 minutes Introduction to topic : We will be working on our  throwing skills with Frisbees. We will learn the proper  way to throw Frisbees.  We will discuss safety  practices.   (Children sitting random on the  floor facing the teachers) 5 minutes Task 1:  Stretching. (Arms, Shoulders, Legs, Back).  Emphasis of stretching will be on the arms because  throwing is our focus.  Stretching before will help to warm up the muscles so  that the students do not pull anything or get hurt in  any way.  (circle) 10 minutes Task 2:  Allow children to explore throwing  techniques. This can be a chance for them to  determine which movements are best. 
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