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Home School Program Lesson Plan

Lesson Topic/Focus: Manipulative Skills


Date Taught: 10/10/14
Age Level: 5-8
# of Students:10-15
Equipment Needed (Type & Number): balls (15), Tape, Rubber bands (15), hula hoops (2), pennies (15)
Safety Considerations: Spatial awareness, projectiles,

Student Learning Outcomes Components of a Measurable Outcome: Who (Students), Behavior (Measurable Verb), Content (What are they learning?), Condition (What are you providing the students to help them accomplish this
goal?), Criteria (Number or measurable component)

Cognitive: The students will demonstrate their knowledge in proper throwing technique by being able to explain the different
types of throwing and the cues they have learned, after having practiced the different types of throws and technique.

Psychomotor: The students will demonstrate the ability to perform the proper throwing technique while participating in the
activities after having seen a demonstration.

Affective: The students will appreciate the technique of throwing and being able to analyze another students throwing ability.

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Pre-Assessment: The students will have a basic understanding of throwing. We will work on proper form and technique while
throwing both underhand and overhand. We foresee some of the students having difficulties in stepping with opposition or
using proper arm techniques in the throwing motion. We may need to use cues and demonstration to remind the students
proper form. The students will also practice their dodging, fleeing and chasing skills.

Transitio
ns
(How will
students
move from
one activity
to another?)

Introduction Activity
Discuss STARS
Sailors and Sharks

Allowed Time:
7 minutes

The
students
will gather
in the half
circle
around the
instructors
at halfcourt

Learning
Experience
(Describe in
detail the
activity/experie
nce the
students will be
doing.)

Students are
beginning on
a ship (mat)
and at the
signal
(sailors
swim) they
will have to
leave the ship
and find a
new ship.
If the sailors
are caught by
the shark
then they will
also become
a shark.
There will be
one shark to
start with.
Sharks will
wear a pinny.

Teaching
Content/Acade
mic Language
(What
information/languag
e are the students
going to learn?)

The students will


be practicing
dodging, chasing
and fleeing skills
while working on
cardiovascular
endurance

Standar
ds

Organizati
on of
Students
(Formations)

(Which
NASPE & 1
Content
Specific
standards
are being
met with
this
learning
experience?
)

Standard
1,2,4

Main Activity #1: Tape Toes & Rubberband Hands

Allowed Time: 8 minutes

The
students
will gather
in a half
circle
around the
instructors
at halfcourt.

Talk about
things that
are
opposites,
such as: day
to night, hot
to cold, left to
right, sides of
our bodies.
Ask the
students, If I
gave you a
crayon and
asked you to
draw a dog,
what hand
would you
use? Tell the
students to
then raise
that hand
and put a
rubber band
loosely
around their
wrist. This
becomes
their rubber
band hand.
Now ask the
student to
step forward
on their
opposite foot.
Place a piece
of masking
tape on their

The students will


receive the basic
understanding of
how to throw an
object and step in
opposition. The
students will
learn underhand
and overhand
techniques.

Standard
1, 2,

toe and this


becomes
their tape
toe. Have
the students
move to a
line about
ten feet from
the curtain
and face the
curtain. Walk
to each
student and
place
imaginary
items into
their hands
such as
rotten eggs
or sloppy
slimy
tomatoes.
Have them
throw these
imaginary
objects
towards the
curtain
working on
proper
technique.
Once the
students
have this
done give
them soft
objects to

Main Activity #2: Oscars Garbage

Allowed Time: 10 minutes

The
students
will gather
in a halfcircle
around the
instructors
at halfcourt and
sit down.

practice
throwing at
the curtain
while still
using the
proper
throwing
technique.
Remind the
students to
step with
their tape toe
first and to
throw with
their rubber
band hand.
Two people
are selected
to be in the
middle.
These two
students
must remain
in the center
half-court
circle. The
rest of the
students will
be outside of
the cones
that are set
up and are
not allowed
to move
inside of the
cones. The
object of the

The students will


learn how to
apply the proper
throwing
technique into
gameplay. The
students will
develop their
accuracy skills in
throwing objects
towards a target.

1,2,4

Main Activity #3: Burst the Bubble


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Allowed Time:
10 minutes

The
students
will gather
in a halfcircle
around the
instructors
at halfcourt and
sit down.

game is for
the students
outside of the
cones to
throw the
objects into
the center
half-court
circle. The
two students
in the middle
must try and
keep the
objects out of
their circle
and throw
the objects
back outside
of the cones.
The students
objective of
the activity is
to overhand
throw the
ball and try
to burst the
bubble. (If a
ball is thrown
and lands in
the bubble, it
bursts.)
The teacher
picks up all
the bubbles
that burst to
make the
activity more

The students will


learn how to
apply the proper
throwing
technique into
gameplay. The
students will
develop their
underhand and
overhand skills
while throwing
objects towards a
target.

challenging before
signaling for
students to
WALK
towards a
ball. (For
safety
reasons,
students
should walk
to the ball
nearest
them.)
Once
students
have a ball
they find a
new polyspot
to stand on.
* Repeat the
activity until
there are
only a few
hoops left to
burst.
* Repeat
activity for
the
underhand
throw

Closing Activity
Stretch and reflect

Allowed Time:
2 minutes

The
students
will gather
in a halfcircle
around the
instructors
at halfcourt and
sit down.

What skills
did we work
on today?
What does it
mean to be a
STAR?
Why is it
important to
play and run?

Assessment of Activities/Lesson: The lesson should go smoothly. The games are fairly simple in detail and rules so it should not
be a problem for the students to understand. We are allowing the students time to work on both cardio and manipulative skills,
with manipulative skills being the focus of the lesson plan. Each game or activity is age appropriate.

Accommodations Needed for Lesson: We may need to work individually with some of the younger students or offer more
guidance. Varied equipment such as larger or softer balls may also be necessary. Instruction will need to be specific and simple
for some.