Lesson Plan Tabitha Floyd PED 212 Sandy Jung

Lesson Plan Tabitha Floyd PED 212 Sandy Jung

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Lesson Plan Tabitha Floyd PED 212 Sandy Jungman July 04, 2011
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Catching and Throwing Skill Circuit Purpose of Activity: Spatial awareness, throwing, catching. Participates in enjoyable, challenging activities. Participates, appreciates, enjoys movement, and cooperates with a partner and a small group. Assessments Skills - Motor Development – Throws ball for distance, using proper form. Catches, showing proper form a gently thrown ball. Catches a self thrown ball. Cognitive Development - Give example of over hand and underhand movement patterns. Explains key elements for throwing for distance. Can understand that point of release influences direction. Social Development – Cooperates with a partner of group.
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Demonstrates courtesy toward others Shares with others. Personal Development - Applies skills to play situation. Shows respect for equipment. Feels successful Suggested Grade Level: 2-3 Materials needed: • 6-10 cones (1 per station) • 6-10 hoops (1 per station) • Choose 6-10 Catching and Throwing Skill Cards (These you can make your own. These are simple instruction that the children will do at each station.) For example
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course PHY 372 taught by Professor Melanierodriguez during the Spring '12 term at Ashford University.

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