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Digital Unit Plan Template Unit Title: Nontraditional Sports Content Area: Physical Education

CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s):

Name: Mr. Blanco Grade Level: 7& 8th

1.4 Apply locomotor, nonlocomotor, and manipulative skills to team physical activities. 2.1 Describe and demonstrate how movement skills learned in one physical activity can be transferred and used to help learn another physical activity. 2.3-Use principles of motor learning to establish, monitor, and meet goals for motor skill development. 5.2 Accept responsibility for individual improvement.
Big Ideas:

Skilled performances depend upon an understanding of the relationship between the body and movement. Being physically fit has an impact on ones health and well-being. A physically active lifestyle will provide health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction. Being physically active contributes to an overall healthy life.
Unit Goals and Objectives: Cognitive- Students will be able to state one locomotor skill and 1 nonlocmotor skills used for. the performance of the game. Psychomotor- Students will be able to perform 2 locomotor and 2 nonlocomotor skills in game. Affective- Students will be able to feel confident and enjoy playing with peers during game.

Unit Summary:

This unit prepares students with the experiences necessary in gaining the skills, knowledge, and behaviors requires to participate in nontraditional sports. This course prepares students with the knowledge and skills of pickle ball, speedball, ultimate frisbee, and lacrosse. For each activity, students will learn the history, rules, skills, and sport specific strategies.

Assessment Plan:

Entry-Level: Teacher Lecture and guided notes

Formative: Webercise, quizzes, worksheets, and in class activities

Summative: Teaching Presentation and (PT) Performance Test on each activity/sport

Lesson 1 Pickle Ball Student Learning Objective: Cog: SWBAT state 1 locomotor and 1 non locomotor skill used for the performance of Pickle ball. Psy: SWBAT perform 2 locomor and non locomotor skills in pickle ball. Aff: SWBAT feel confident and enjoy playing with peers during a game of pickle ball. Lesson 2 Ultimate Frisbee/Speedball Student Learning Objective: Cog: SWBAT state 1 locomotor and 1 non locomotor skill used in performance of Ultimate Frisbee & Speedball. Psy: SWBAT perfrom 2 locomotor & non locomotor skills in each of the activities/sports. Aff: SWBAT feel confident and enjoy playing with peers during ultimate Frisbee and speedball games. Lesson 3 Lacrosse Acceptable Evidence: Instructional Strategies: x Communication x Collection x Collaboration x Presentation x Organization x Interaction Ultimate Frisbee Quiz Speedball Quiz Ultimate Frisbee PT Speedball PT
Lesson Activities: Teacher Lecture and Guided Notes on Ultimate Frisbee and Speedball Skill Demonstration/Game aspects of Ultimate Frisbee Skill Demonstration/Game aspects of Speedball Activity/Game for ultimate Frisbee Activity/Game for Speedball Assessment on Critical elements of Ultimate Frisbee Assessment on critical elements of Speeball Closure/Reflection

Acceptable Evidence: Teacher Observations Class Assessments Class Activities

Instructional Strategies: x Communication x Collection x Collaboration x Presentation x Organization x Interaction Pickle Ball Quiz Pickle Ball PT

Lesson Activities: Teacher Lecture and Guided Notes on Pickle Ball Skill Demonstration/Game aspects Activity/Game Assessment Closure/Reflection

Student Learning Objective: Cog: SWBAT state 1 locomotor and 1 non locomotor skill used for the performance of lacrosse. Psy: SWBAT perfrom 2 locomotor & non locomotor skills in the game of lacrosse. Aff: SWBAT feel confident and enjoy playing with peers during a game of lacrosse. Lesson Assessment:

Acceptable Evidence:

Instructional Strategies: x Communication x Collection x Collaboration x Presentation x Organization x Interaction Lacrosse Quiz Lacrosse PT

Lesson Activities: Teacher Lecture and Guided Notes on Lacrosse Skill Demonstration/Game aspects of Lacrosse Activity/Game for lacrosse Assessment on lacrosse critical elements Closure/Reflection

Webercise Activity assignment Critical elements Quiz for every activity/sport

Performance Test (PT) for every activity/sport Unit Resources: Useful Websites:
California CS for Physical Education http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/pestandards.pdf