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Unformatted text preview: Lesson Plan Name: Sarah Nielsen Subject: Heart Rate Monitors & Basketball Date: October 11, 2009 # of Students: 26 Time: 75 minutes Heart Rate Monitors:30 minutes o Intro:10 minutes o Instruction: 20 minutes Warm-up & Basketball Activity: 40 minutes o Dribbling Beanbag Transfer: 10 minutes o No Basket-No Dribble Basketball: 20 minutes o Cool Down: 10 minutes Closure-5 minutes Age Group: Middle School P.E.-Beginners & Advanced using Heart Rate Monitors Equipment & Facilities: Classroom, heart rate monitors, PDA, HRM CD, Indoor activity area with basketball goals, 26 beanbags, 13 hula hoops, 13 basketballs, music if desired Objectives: Students will be able to- Perform basic functions with a Polar Heart Rate Monitor while using it during activity: start, record a file, stop a file, and review a file. Compare differences in heart rate as related to the various basketball activities; note why they varied, connecting health-related fitness components. Work on dribbling control, while looking up and moving safely around space. Work on effectively using passing to move the ball around and open up scoring opportunities. Have fun while playing basketball. Introduction: 5-10 minutes As students enter the class, have them grab their HRM. Using the Polar Heart Rate Monitors: o Why use Heart Rate Monitors?...
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