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Grade: Grade 10 Physical Education

Dates Lesson Title GLO SLO

Unit: Archery
Learning Activities Assessment Safety

Dates: March 13th to Mar. 20th


Instructional Strategies TGFU Cooperative Learning Direct Instruction Equipment Motivation

Mar. 13

Archery Safety

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A10-5 A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

1. Class will begin with handing out an archery handbook that students can use and study throughout the unit. 2. I will begin a discussion on the different aspects of safety that must be taken when doing the archery unit. 3. Students will be given the rest of class to experiment with archery and getting to know the equipment they will be using throughout the unit.

Observation

Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards, never point at someone, always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or inappropriate behaviour). Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards,

Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym

Music Positive Reinforcement Modeling

Mar. 14

Archery Stance

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A10-5 A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

1. Class will begin with a mini lecture on the different types of archery stances and the proper way to position yourself and technique to shoot an arrow accurately.

Observation

TGFU Cooperative Learning Direct Instruction

Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym

Music Positive Reinforcement Modeling

Mar. 17

Archery Scoring

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A10-5 A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

2. Kings Court: Students will be broken up into 6 teams of 5. Each range will be given a station that will be deemed the kings court, princes court, and knights court. A team will play a game with the highest score taken from 5 arrows. The highest scoring team stays/moves ahead a court. Losing team goes down a court/stays. 1. Class will begin with a mini lecture on scoring in archery. I will explain the scoring areas of the target and how to calculate each score. 2. Zombie Shootout: Students will shoot at a target that has a picture of a zombie placed on top of it. Students will be told the point distribution for hitting the different parts of the zombie. They will then calculate their scores as a team and highest team wins. 3. To end the class, students will complete

never point at someone, always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or inappropriate behaviour). Scoring Quiz Observation Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards, never point at someone, always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or TGFU Cooperative Learning Direct Instruction Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym Music Positive Reinforcement Modeling

Mar. 18

Pre Qualification Combine For Olympic Biathlon

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A10-5 A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Mar. 19

Olympic Biathlon

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a quiz on scoring from everything they have learned in class. 1. To begin the lesson, I will explain the Olympic format for the next couple of lessons. I will pick 6 team captains that will be scouting the other students. 2. Students will compete in a various activities that may include 40 yard dash, archery skill and etc. In this way, the captains will scout each student on their skills. 3. To end the class, we will have a draft where the captains will pick their teams. Also, teams will have to pick the nation they are representing and create a team cheer. The entire class will act as an Olympic Event Obstacle course. The nations competing will play each other where points will be awarded for who finish first and score. We will have a round robin followed by a gold and bronze

inappropriate behaviour). Observation Combine Numbers Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards, never point at someone, always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or inappropriate behaviour). Observation Olympic Results Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards, never point at someone, Sport Education Model TGFU Cooperative Learning Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym Competition Positive Reinforcement Modeling Sport Education Model TGFU Cooperative Learning Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym Competition Positive Reinforcement Modeling

medal game.

always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or inappropriate behaviour). Outline all safety measures as it pertains to archery (safety with arrows, point bow downwards, never point at someone, always be control). Outline cooperation techniques when working with and against other students. (No bullying or inappropriate behaviour).

Mar. 20

Unit Test and Final Archery Day

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A10-5 A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

1. Baseline Worksheet: Students will complete the final portion of the worksheet as a means to see how far they have come in their skills and performance. 2. Students will then complete the unit test for unit that takes any information learned in class as well as the handbook handed out in the beginning of the unit. This culminates and brings closure to the unit.

Unit Test Observation Baseline Worksheet

TGFU Cooperative Learning

Archery Targets Archery Equipment Gym

Music Positive Reinforcement Modeling

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Unit: Archery

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Demonstrate etiquette and fair play Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills Observation

A10-5

A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Observation Observation Observation Observation Observation

Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym

PROCEDURE
Introduction (25 min.): Attention Grabber: I will start the class by doing the eye trick (one hand over the other, what is their dominate eye) in order for figure out which hand each students should be using. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Have a discussion on who has done archery before and some of the different things archery does for health and can be used outside of school. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. Transition to Body: Before giving students the chance to try out archery, I will go through the safety protocol that will be in effect for the entire unit. Some of things that I will talk about when giving my lecture will be: Zero tolerance rule Hazards of Archery Teacher instruction importance How to nock your arrow Hand and finger position Aiming and release As well, a archery handbook will be provided to the students for study throughout the unit in preparation for their final unit test. Body (50 min.):

Learning Activity #1: For the remainder of the class, students will practice one by one how to prepare, aim and release their arrow. Students will do some repetitions one at a time so that I may judge and see their progress and technique and comment on where improvements need to be made. Assessments/Differentiation: As this is the introductory lesson of the unit, I will be solely observing the students on their technique and not their accuracy. I will do this in order that the students are building a good foundation and can see where each student is at on the first day of lesson and how far they have progressed by the end. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and music (personal enjoyment). Closure (5 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: A quick whip around with students in order to tell me some of the safety guidelines and technique guidelines they learned in the lesson today. Feedback From Students: The feedback I will receive back from students is their comments during our discussions and their baseline performance. Feedback To Students: The feedback the students will receive back from myself will be in the form of verbal comments regarding technique and my lecture on safety and outlining expectations as it pertains to that. Transition To Next Lesson: Go into more detail about archery stance.

Lesson Plan

Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education


SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Unit: Archery

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Demonstrate etiquette and fair play Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills Observation

A10-5

A10-7 C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Observation Observation Observation Observation Observation

Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym Baseline Worksheet

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber: Students will set up archery equipment and targets. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Quick whip around review of the safety concepts the students learned from last class. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. Transition to Body: I will hand out regulation scoring sheets for students to take their baseline scores for archery. Basically, it is a tool for students to see where they shot at the beginning of the unit and where they are at the end. Afterwards, I will lead a quick discussion about some of the aspects of stance that students need to know and use when shooting. Aspects include: straddling the line, facing the wall, nocking arrow and then pulling back line and lining up target and releasing. We will also go through finger position on the arrows. Body (60 min.): Learning Activity #1: For the remainder of the class, students will shoot three arrows in succession in order practice their stance and shooting ability. At the end of their repetitions, they will return to their groups and fill out their regulation target sheets that will be used for their baseline. After a half hour or when every student has completed enough of their baseline, we will do a kings court challenge with the groups. Each group member will shoot an arrow, if your group hits the most points they move up the ladder or stay on kings court, if your group loses you go down the ladder. During the baseline shooting, students will be able to bring in homework or other materials to work on while waiting around because archery does involve plenty of wait time. Assessments/Differentiation: For this lesson I will be solely observing the students on their technique. I want to observe students as they use the proper mechanics needed in order to build a good foundation. I will be slightly

assessing their accuracy through the baseline sheet I will hand out to them. However, this would be used formatively in this lesson as well as a student self-evaluation. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and music (personal enjoyment). Closure (5 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: To close out the class, students will hand in their baseline sheets and get ready to go to the next period. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will be receiving from the students will come from their baseline worksheet, their performance using the technique and the conversations that we have in class. Feedback To Students: The feedback that students will receive from myself will be in the form of verbal comments and eventually their baseline worksheets after the final day. This is will be apart of their technique mark. Transition To Next Lesson: Go into more detail about archery scoring.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education Unit: Archery Lesson Duration: 80 min

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

ASSESSMENTS
(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Observation

A10-5

A10-7

Observation Scoring Quiz Observation Scoring Quiz Observation Observation Observation

C10-3

Demonstrate etiquette and fair play

C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills

Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym Scoring Quiz

PROCEDURE
Introduction (25 min.): Attention Grabber: YouTube clip of Robin Hood shooting at a target. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Ask students to remind me what they think the most important steps for good technique in archery is. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. Transition to Body: I will lead a brief lecture on the process of scoring in archery. I will teach the students that each ring is worth a corresponding number and will give a couple different visual scenarios for students to calculate as an entire class. Body (35 min.): Learning Activity #1: For todays class, students will practice their technique with a zombie shootout. Students will get into their groups and I will place zombie targets on the archery stands. I will also back up the quivers if the students have shown that they are progressing throughout the prior classes. Students will have three arrows and shoot at the zombie. There will be points awarded for certain areas hit. For example head, leg, shoulder, eye. Students will compete with other groups and try to score the most amounts of points. Assessments/Differentiation: For this lesson, I will be observing the students technique as well as their accuracy when shooting at the zombie targets. Another assessment I will be using is the scoring quiz that will be done near the end of class. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good

form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and music (personal enjoyment).

Closure (20 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: To close out the lesson, students will complete a scoring quiz (provided by teacher mentor) that will directly apply to the lecture in the beginning of class. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive back from students will be primarily from the scoring quiz. This shows me that students understand the concept of scoring. Another feedback will be from the performance of the students during the activity. Feedback To Students: The feedback that I will give back to the students will be verbal comments when they are shooting. Another form of feedback will be the marks given on the scoring quiz to the students. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson will start with our major portion of the unit, which is the Olympic Biathlon.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education Unit: Archery Lesson Duration: 80 min

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

ASSESSMENTS
(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Observation Combine Observation Combine Observation Observation Observation Observation Combine LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

A10-5

A10-7

C10-3 C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Demonstrate etiquette and fair play Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber: Begin the class by playing the Olympic anthem. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Ask students about how many of them watched the Winter Olympics. Ask about the biathlon and the different aspects that students saw. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. Transition to Body: I will explain to the students how the Olympic Biathlon is going to work for the next two classes. For this class it will be the combine or skill testing and the next lesson will be the competition. I will also ask for 6 students to nominate themselves as team captains or I may pick 6 students. These students will be the coaches and will scout the rest of the students throughout the day in order to prepare for the draft at the end of class. Body (50 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will participate in a various number of activities that test certain skills needed in the biathlon. Skills such as shooting (archery), running (full gym dash), mental toughness (obstacle course) and strength (push ups). The team captains will first scout each group of students as they complete the tasks and will also participate so the other students can see the certain skills that their team captains possess. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessments for this class will be pure observation. This class will not be marked because of the fact that the next lesson will be a big archery competition day where students will be marked on performance in a major way. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in

the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and competition (students are competing against each other which leads to increased motivation to perform better).

Closure (15 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: The class will close out with our captains drafting players onto their teams. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will be receiving back from students will be in the form of their performance during the activities. Feedback To Students: The feedback that I will be giving back to the students will be solely comments. This is a lesson where I will be minimally marking. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson will be our Olympic Biathlon competition.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education Unit: Archery Lesson Duration: 80 min

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

ASSESSMENTS
(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Observation Biathlon Observation Biathlon Observation Biathlon Observation Biathlon Observation Biathlon Observation Biathlon LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

A10-5

A10-7

C10-3

Demonstrate etiquette and fair play

C10-5

Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills

C10-6

Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery

D10-3

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber: Students will get into their teams and figure out a strategy. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: I will ask students to pick a nation that they want to represent and to create a team cheer. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. Transition to Body: I will do a walk around of the obstacle course with the students and explain the rules of the race. Each team will get at least two trials to complete the race with the fastest time and scoring targets taken into consideration. Body (60 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will go through an obstacle course that possesses different elements related to archery, fitness and teamwork. Each team will send one player at a time to go through the obstacle course, complete the tasks and then finally get a bow and shoot for a target. As they go through the obstacle course, I will be timing and marking the points on a sheet for each team. Each nation will run through the course twice or have two trails with their best time and score taken out of the two. The results will be announced at the end of class. Bonus points will be awarded

for teamwork and attitude. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessments I will be using for this activity will be the observation of the students performance as they go through the course as well as the teamwork and attitude they have during the Olympics. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and competition (students are competing against each other which leads to increased motivation to perform better). Closure (5 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: I will reveal the results of the competition and the winners of the medals. Each placed team will receive a treat with gold, silver and bronze receiving a larger treat. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive from students will be only by their performance in the Olympic Biathlon. Feedback To Students: The feedback I will give back to the students will be in the form of verbal comments and marks taken from the class. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson will be the final archery day and unit test.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject: Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Unit: Archery

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

Students will: Refine position in order to send an arrow accurately Refine technique in order to send an arrow accurately Improve archery skills Observation Unit Test Observation Unit Test Observation Unit Test Observation Observation Observation Unit test LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

A10-5

A10-7

C10-3

Demonstrate etiquette and fair play

C10-5 C10-6 D10-3

Demonstrate adequate teamwork skills Demonstrate positive behaviours and manner to teacher/others Practice safety routines in archery

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: Various Archery Websites

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Archery Targets Archery Bows and Arrows Gym Unit Test (School given) Baseline Worksheet

PROCEDURE
Introduction (10 min.): Attention Grabber, Assessment of Prior Knowledge and Transition to Body: I will give the students a chance to ask any questions that they have before the unit test. Any concepts that they want to review or ask about will be done here as well as explaining students the process of the class and unit test rules. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning are for the students to be fully participating and engaged in archery. The expectation for behaviour is for students to practice archery in a safe manner while also listening closely to the teacher for all instructions. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the archery equipment will be set up to eliminate time spent for set up. The unit test will be prepared as well. Body (40 min.):

Learning Activity #1: Students will be given back their baseline worksheets and will complete the exact same sequence as they did in their baseline lesson. The students will shoot three arrows and mark down where they hit and the points accompanying. Students will fill out the sheet in the section Final Archery Day Once the students have completed this portion, they will hand the worksheets back in to me. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessment of this activity will be their final archery day results compared to their baseline numbers. Students will also be assessed by their performance and technique during the activity. Motivation: The motivation for this lesson will be positive reinforcement (comments on proper technique and good form or advice given to improve), modeling (leading by example by showing students how safe I am being when in the unit and how I clearly want my safety expectations met after every class) and music (personal enjoyment). Closure (30 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: To close out the lesson, students will complete a unit test that has been provided by my teacher mentor. The test comprises of terms, bow anatomy and scoring. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive back from the students will be mostly from the unit test. However, their final performance and completion of their baseline worksheet may also act as feedback as well. Feedback To Students: The feedback that the students will receive back from me will be in the form of their final mark and comments from the unit.