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PE 1100 Teaching Project This project will give the students a chance to teach a skill/topic, with focus on a particular age group, to other students in  class.   Format:  You will choose an age group of interest to you, which will be used to assign you to groups.  You and your  group will need to develop and prepare a basic lesson plan that you will use to guide the lesson. During your teaching  presentation, you will be responsible for addressing the following: Introduction/Anticipatory Set Warm-up activity Game/Activity/Workout Cool-Down Closure    How to be successful: Use the rubric to guide you in creating your lesson plan. Lesson plan should be 35-40 minutes in length. Turn in all lesson plans to me on ASSIGNED TEACHING DAY. Hints/tips: Plan thoroughly- BE PREPARED!!! Be specific- Go step by step.
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