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Sport Pedagogy Elementary and Middle School Lesson Plan Template updated 2/10/15

Department of Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences


Sport Pedagogy Lesson Plan Template (Elementary and Middle School)
Teacher: Casey Fleming

Background Information
Date: March 16nd, 2015

School: Cleveland Elementary

Grade Level: 4th grade

Lesson Focus: Basketball dribbling

# of students: 20 students

Equipment and Facilities: 10 basketballs, 10 jerseys,


4 small balls 10 poly spots

Safety Considerations: Students will be advised to


keep their heads up and be aware of their
surroundings when in limited space. Students will be
told to not throw the equipment in an inappropriate
manner. The teacher will make sure that there is
adequate personal space for each student during the
activities.

Lesson Specifics
Behavioral Contingencies: Students will be expected Previously Learned Skills: Students have already a
to actively participate during the lesson. If students
unit on cooperative learning, and a 2 week football
are misbehaving, a 2 strike rule will be implemented. unit, and a unit on frisbee.
The first strike being that the student will be pulled
to the side and verbally warned about the
misbehavior and sit out for that activity. The final
warning, students will be pulled from all activities
and write an essay on why they misbehaved, the cues
of the skill, and what they can do better which will be
due the next class meeting. When the teacher is
talking, the students will place all equipment on the
ground and their hands on their head. Students will
be removed from activity if the equipment is used
inappropriately.
Teaching Strategy: In this lesson, the students will be Academic Language: The primary academic
paired into small groups at random. Peer and
language being addressed will be the cues of the
teacher demonstrations will be used.
skill. The cues of the skill for dribbling will be: eyes,
fingertips, arm, and knees
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Student
Objectives:

Psychomotor (P): Students will be able to dribble a ball with the correct cues 7 out of 10
times
Cognitive (C): Students will be able to say the cues of the skill with 100 percent accuracy
Affective (A): Students will show enjoyment through highfives during activity
H-R Fitness (H): Students will be engaged in moderate to vigorous physical activity at least
50 percent of the time.

Identify which standards are met (at least one State and one National).
CALIFORNIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION MODEL CONTENT STANDARDS:
I. Demonstrate the motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
II. Demonstrate knowledge of movement concepts, principles and strategies that apply to the learning and
performance of physical activities.
III. Assess and maintain a level of physical fitness to improve health and performance.
IV. Demonstrate knowledge of physical fitness concepts, principles and strategies to improve health and
performance.
V. Demonstrate and utilize knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, principles and strategies that
apply to the learning and performance of physical activity.
NASPE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CONTENT STANDARDS a physically literate person:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of motor
skills and movement patterns.
2. Applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
3. Demonstrates the knowledge skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and
fitness.
4. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
5. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social interaction.

Describe the pre-class arrangement Students will seated at homebase waiting for instructions.
Teacher: Casey Fleming
Students: 20 4th grade students
Equipment: 10 basketballs 10 cones 10 jerseys, 10 poly spots

Diagram the pre-class arrangement


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Time

Content Development

3 min

Instant Activity:
Today we will start with a game of Simon
says as a dynamic warm up.

2
minute
s

Set Induction:
Can anyone tell me what basketball
tournament is coming up in the next
week?
Today we are going to focus on
basketball dribbling and having control of
the ball while you are moving.
When dibbling a ball here are the cues:
Eyes: keep your eyes up looking where
you want to go
Finger Pads: use the tips of your fingers
to dribble the ball
Arm: off arm out in front protecting
Knees: Keep your knees bent

Purpose:
It is important to learn how to dribble
properly. If you walk with the ball it is
called traveling and the ball will turn
over to the other team.
Transition (if necessary): students will
move to the poly spots from home base.
The ones wearing red will line up first
then the ones wearing blue.

Management
(Illustration of
formations)
Diagram Instant
Activity

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
1 and I are addressed in this
activity because students have
a chance to practice and
demonstrate a variety of motor
skills

Start/Stop Signals:
Ready Go
Freeze
Grouping Strategies:
pass out jerseys and
have them pick a
teammate of the
opposite color

N/A

N/A

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Time

Content Development

20 min

Lesson Core Walking dribbling:


Students will be in groups of two. One
student will practice dribbling for 30
seconds the they will switch. After a few
rounds, students will then have to walk
with the ball to the cone and back.
Students will take turns according to
teachers command. The students will
practice moving at slow, moderate and
fast speeds, dribbling with one hand and
alternating hands.

Management
(Illustration of
formations)
Diagram Task 1

Teaching Cues for Task 1:


Eyes: keep your eyes up
looking where you want to go
Finger Pads: use the tips of
your fingers to dribble the ball
Arm: off arm out in front
protecting
Knees: Keep your knees bent
Common Errors Task 1:
1. Students looking at the ball
when they dribble
2. Using the palms of their
hands not their finger tips

Demonstration Plan:
Pinpoint a student at every new activity.

1 min
2 min

Questions to Check Understanding


Where do you want to look when you
dribble? Up
Can you dribble with 2 hands? No you
can only alternate hands.
Transition: Students will grab equipment
and return to homebase.
CLOSURE:
Review: We had a lot of practice today
with dribbling the ball. Can someone tell
me the cues of the skill for dribbling?
Should you dribble with 2 hands? No
only with one. Tomorrow you will be
practicing passing with Reggie.

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

N/A
Diagram The
Closure

N/A
N/A

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