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Brydie Pye

Background Information
Date: 11/4/15

Teacher: Brydie
School: Cleveland Elementary

Grade Level: 2nd

Lesson Focus: Kicking and trapping a soccer ball

# Of students: 18

Equipment and Facilities:


9 soccer balls
30 cones/polyspots
On the grass

Safety Considerations:
Students might get hit by someone elses soccer ball.
If they arent okay then I will ask Brittainy to take
them to the school nurse.
Lesson Specifics
Behavioral Contingencies:
Previously Learned Skills:
If the students are misbehaving I will sit them out for Skipping, galloping, leaping, hopping, underhand
5 minutes. If they misbehave again then I will send
throwing and catching, basketball dribbling,
them to the cafeteria.
basketball shooting.
Teaching Strategy:
Small group work in pairs practicing their soccer.

Student
Objectives:

Academic Language:
Kick, step, inside of foot, power, trapping the ball,

Psychomotor (P): SWBAT kick a soccer ball using the correct COTS to a partner at least ten
feet away from then consistently.
Cognitive (C): SWBAT understand the COTS of kicking a soccer ball and repeat them to me
when randomly asked.
H-R Fitness (H): SWBAT successfully complete the skill so they can use it outside of school
time.

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.

Describe the pre-class arrangement


Teacher: Waiting for students to arrive.
Students: Walking to the grass area from their class.
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Equipment: Soccer balls are still in the equipment bag. They are away from where the students will be.
Equipment for the instant activity is set up on one half of the grass area.

Diagram the pre-class arrangement

Classroom
block

Students walking to
the grass area

Teacher

Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of formations)

5 minutes
(1 minute
instruction
,4
minutes
activity)

Instant Activity:
Were going to start off with
some relays to get you all
warmed up and ready to go.
You will be in groups of three
and be running from one
polyspot to the opposite
polyspot to where your team
mate is. Everyone get into a
group of three and find a
polyspot. (Once they are at
their polyspots send one
person from each team to the
other side so the relay can
work by each of them only
running one lap)
Transition
I will stop the students from
doing their relay when I think
its time, and then I will give
them a water break. Once

Diagram Instant Activity

2 minutes

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

IV.

Assess and maintain a


level of physical fitness to
improve health and
performance.

This is a high intensity


workout so the students will
be able to improve their
fitness.

N/A

N/A

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Time

1 minute

Content Development

theyve had their water I will


tell them to sit down in front
of me and wait for the next
set of instructions.
Set Induction:
Today were going to learn
how to kick a soccer ball.
Purpose:
This is important because its
the most used skill in a
soccer game.

18
minutes (4
minutes
instruction
, 14
minutes
activity)

Lesson Core - Task 1:


Before you do the activity I
am going to teach you how to
kick the ball. How you kick a
soccer ball is by putting your
non-kicking foot next to the
ball, swinging your kicking
foot forward, contacting the
ball with the inside of your
foot, follow through, and kick
hard. Everyone choose a
partner and then go and
stand across from your
partner on a poly spot. I will
give your group a ball once
you are standing on a poly
spot. Everyone go find a
partner.

Management
(Illustration of formations)

a) Goal Orientation for each


task

Start/Stop Signals: To get the V.


students attention I will say
Tiger Pride put your hands on
your head and listen to me.
They should then do this and
stop talking.
Grouping Strategies: The
students can choose their own
partners for both activities.

Diagram Task 1

Students
standing
at the
polyspots
opposite
from their
partner.

Demonstrate knowledge
of movement concepts,
principles and strategies
that apply to the learning
and performance of
physical activities.

Kicking a soccer ball is a


very important concept of
soccer and is necessary to
help with the improvement in
performance.
Demonstrate the motor skills
and movement patterns
needed to perform a variety of
physical activities.
The different movements
involved in the kicking of a
soccer ball are motor skills
that the students should have
by now and will be
transferable in different
physical activities.

Psychomotor (P): SWBAT


kick a soccer ball using the
correct COTS to a partner at
least ten feet away from then
consistently

Demonstration Plan:
I will do a demonstration
with the ball while I am
saying the COTS. I will do a
demonstration in slow
motion and then I will do a

After a few minutes of this


activity students should be
able to complete this goal.
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Time

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of formations)

demonstration at the normal


speed.
Questions to Check
Understanding
1. Where on the foot do
you kick the ball
with? (The inside of
the foot)
2. Where is your nonkicking foot placed?
(Next to the ball)
Adaptations
If it is too hard for the
students I will move them
closer. If its too easy for the
students I will move them
further apart.

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
Cognitive (C): SWBAT
understand the COTS of
kicking a soccer ball and
repeat them to me when
randomly asked.
During the activity I will
randomly ask students to
repeat the COTS for kicking
the soccer ball to make sure
they know them.

Teaching Cues for Task 1:


-Non-kicking foot next to the
ball
-Contact ball below the
middle of the ball
-Contact ball with shoelaces
(i.e., instep of foot)
-Follow through
-Kick hard!

Common Errors Task 1:


1. Students kicking with the
front of their foot.
2. Students not kicking the
ball straight.
2 minutes

Transition:
After I tell the students to
stop the activity I will then
get them to pick up all the
equipment and then come sit
down in front of me for the
closure.

N/A

N/A

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Time

2 minutes

Content Development

Management
(Illustration of formations)

CLOSURE:
Review:
Today we went learnt how to
kick a soccer ball. Can I
have a volunteer to show me
how?
What part of the foot they did
they use? (The inside)
What did their leg do after it
kicked the ball?(Followed
through)
Good job today everyone!
See you on Wednesday

Diagram The Closure

a) Goal Orientation for each


task
N/A

Teacher

Students sitting
down facing me

ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES: As the students are passing with their partner I will observe them and see if they
are able to pass that far while using the correct technique.
References Used:
https://www.peacefulplaygrounds.com/pdf/largeclasssize.pdf