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Sir James Barrie School General Planning Form 2007/8 Lesson Plan Subject: PE Gymnastics Date: wk 1 2.1 Class: 6C/6NR Time allocation: 1 hour Lesson Plan Subject: PE Gymnastics Date: wk 1 2.1 Class: 6C/6NR Time allocation: 1 hour Learning Intentions: WALT: To perform balances in contact with a partner using body parts. TIB: It will help with sequences balances later on in the unit. Learning Intentions: WALT: To counterbalance their partner’s weight in a balance. TIB: It will help with sequences balances later on in the unit. Introduction: Musical statues: Children move in a space when the music stops the teacher calls a command eg 1,2 or 3 body parts (on own) Stretches – whole body – hold for a least 3 Introduction: Warm up – Urban adventure game – see bottom of lesson. Focuses on balance/counter balance (start off with groups of 6 or 7) Stretches – whole body – hold for a least 3 Key vocabulary: balance, body parts, small points, large points. Key vocabulary: balance, body parts, counterbalance, partner, support, safety, explore, strength Groups: Mixed abilities Resources Mats Music - any Activities: Highlight and show children who did good balances in the intro. Discuss large and small body parts. Children move into pairs and do the activity from the intro again. Let them explore partner balances. Again highlight and show good examples. Discuss working together to both be able to balance safely. Extension: Put 2 pairs together – do balances as a 4 OR try more body parts. Show splits (children demo) – why can not everybody do this? Show ‘bridge’ – as above. SEN/EAL: Mixed ability pairs Tchr and peer demonstration. Hold up numbers for amount of body parts. Groups: Mixed abilities Resources Mats Balance cards benches Activities: Individually: Try card balances – 5 mins each card – which were easiest/hardest why? Practise different balances with a partner – which ones are you counterbalancing your partners weight? (if no ideas are generated pairs face each other hold hands with feet together and lean back slowly OR back to back sitting down with feet tucked up – can they stand up? This one is quite difficult) Go over the balances that counter balance In pairs children come up with a sequence where they move from one balance to another to the teachers counting (1,2,3 – with 5 seconds in between each number) Children share their sequences with the class – ½ class at a time. Evaluate safe and effective balances. SEN/EAL: Cater for targeted children by picking mixed ability pairs again. Use of additional adults LSA to roam and support with generating ideas for balances. Use of additional adults LSA to roam and support with generating ideas for balances and safety. Plenary
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 452 taught by Professor Brothersmith during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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