Reflection for dribbling lesson

Reflection for dribbling lesson - cues for dribbling and...

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Daniel Kelleher Dr. Scrabis -Fletcher Fundamental Skills Analysis May 4, 2011 I reflect that the dribbling lesson went very smoothly and the children enjoyed the lesson to a great degree. I would not have made any drastic changes to the planning of the lesson, but a minor problem that occurred was a shortage on time. The group teaching before our group ran a little long on time, so we had to make a few adjustments and innovations to make the lesson fit the time frame we were given. The specific time issue resulted in our final two lessons being cut a little short due to a lack of time This could be better corrected by having one group member be designated to keeping track of the time and being aware of how much time we have left. I felt that the lesson was well planned and the transitions from different activities went smoothly. I also thought that during my dribbling activity, the students responded with a high level of energy and listened to directions intently. The dribble tip over game allowed students to practice the
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Unformatted text preview: cues for dribbling and compete against the other team, which made them practice dribbling with a greater intensity. I also felt that Im improving on pinpointing and encouraging students. During my activity and other teachers activitys I was giving students praise for performing correct cues and give 100 percent effort. I also learned the names of all my students and addressed them by their names during the lesson, which I was a major improvement over my previous teaching experience. I felt that I have continued to do a good job of using stop and start signals and the countdown technique to make the students move quickly. I also feel that Im am doing a better job of stressing specific cues and that my students are retaining some of the cues and applying them during the games. Overall the lesson was successful in completing its objective, but I realize that I need to keep improving on planning and teaching each lesson....
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