Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 3

DYNAMIC PHYSICAL EDUCATION SECONDARY LESSON PLAN

Lesson Plan 1
OBJECTIVES:
Thestudentwill:
1. Performvariousfitnesstasksthathelpdevelopstrength,agilityandflexibility
2. Learntomoveinanevasivemanner
3. Learntoleadbycreatingmovementswiththeirbody
4. Workindependentlyatcircuittrainingstations
5. Performlocomotormovementswiththeuseofarope
6. Jumpaselfturnedrope
7. Makevariousshapes,lettersandnumbersusingarope
8. Learnthebasicrulesofasimplegameactivities
EQUIPMENT:music,whistle,cones,animalmovementsigns,hulahoops,jumpropes
INSTRUCTIONALACTIVITIES
TEACHINGHINTS
INTRODUCTORYACTIVITY(23MINUTES)
FollowingActivity
(DPECurriculumpg10)
Studentdemonstrationcanbeusedto
stimulatenewideasandusetheirwhole
bodytomakedifferentmovements.

Ingroupsof2or3,onestudentleadsandperforms
differentkindsofmovementswiththeirbody.The
otherpartner(s)mustfollowthemovementsofthe
personleading.Studentscaneachtaketurnsleading.

FITNESSDEVELOPMENT(812MINUTES)
Havemusicreadywith30secondsofmusic
CircuitTraining(DPEpg.91)
followedby10secondsofsilence.
Createsigns,putthemonconesandplacethem
aroundtheperimeterofeachstationwhilemusic
Whenthemusicplaysitindicatesstudents
isplaying.
toperformtheanimalmovements;when
Studentswillperformtheexercisethatis
thereissilencethatwillannounceto
specifiedateachstation.
studentsthatitistimetostopandmoveto
1. TortoiseandHare
thenextstation.
2. Curlupvariations
3. HulaHoopingonarms
Placeanequalamountofstudentsateach
4. StandingHipBend
station.
5. Agilityrunrunbackandforthbetween
twodesignatedlines
Useactivitiesatthestationthatstudentsare
6. Pushupvariations
familiarwith.
7. CrabWalk
8. BendandTwist
Praisestudentsforhustlingtothenext
station.

INSTRUCTIONALACTIVITIES

TEACHINGHINTS

LESSONFOCUS(1520MINUTES)
MovementSkillsandConceptsUsingRopePatterns,(DPEpg.61)
A. RopePatterns
Beginbylayingtheropelengthwiseonthefloor.
1. Studentswillwalkonitlikeabalancebeam.
a. Walkingforward
b. Walkingbackward
c. Walkingsideways
2. Jump/hopdownlengthandback.
a. Varyingthetimestudentswillgoslow,fast,
accelerate,decelerate,even,uneven.
b. Thenvarylevelsofforce;light,hightolow.
3. Otherlocomotormovements
a. Crisscross
b. Jumpswithonehalfturn
c. Givestudentsfreechoice
4. Childrenwillimitateanimalmovements
5. Crouchjumps
a. Differentvariations;goingforward,backwardand
sideways
b. Allowexploration.
6. Makeshapes,lettersandnumbersoutofropes
a. Moveinandoutofshapes
b. Addmovements,keepingthebodyinsidefigure.
7. Partnerwork
a. Createfiguresusingtworopes.Thenmoveinand
outofthefigure.
b. Thenusingoneropestudentswillparticipateinthe
followactivity.Makingsuretotaketurns.
B. RopeJumping
1. Holdthejumprope.Jumpintime.
2. Performtheslowtimeanfasttimerhythmholdingthe
ropewithonehandandturned(propellers)
3. Jumptherope,practicingslowtofasttime.
4. Introduceafewbasicsteps
a. Twostepbasic
b. Alternatingbasic
c. Backwards

Byalternatingropepatternactivities
withropejumpingactivitiesitensures
thestudentshavetimetorecoverafter
ropejumping.
Itisgoodtoencouragechildrentouse
bothsidesoftheirbody.Forinstance,if
theyarehoppingontherightfoot,give
equaltimeforthemtohopusingleft
footaswell.

Lookoutforstudentshavingadifficult
timejumpingorhopping.Encourage
themtosteporleapovertheropes.
Allowsomechildrentodemonstratea
movementshapeorletter.Itis
importantwhenaskingstudentsto
demonstratetobesurethattheyare
capableinordertoavoid
embarrassment.

Thislessonshouldintroducestudents
toropejumping.Avoidbeingtoo
instructional,itshouldinsteadbeused
togivethemapositiveintroductionto
ropejumping.

INSTRUCTIONALACTIVITIES

TEACHINGHINTS

GAME(5MINUTES)

Aviator(DPEpg.13)
Noequipmentneeded
Skills:Runnning,locomotor
movements,stopping.

Studentswillbeginononesideoftheplayarea
inapushuppositiontoindicatethatthe
airplanesareparked.Onestudentwillbetheair
trafficcontroller(ATC)andwillbeinfrontof
theplayersandwillcallout,Startyourengines
(Studentswillperformafewpushups).
ThenATCwillannounce,Takeoffandthe
studentswilltakeoffmovinglikeairplanesto
theoppositesideofthearea.
Thefirstpersontoreachtheothersideandland
theplane(meaningtheygetintopushup
positionandfacetheATC)willbedeclaredthe
newATC.
IfatanytimetheATCyellsoutthatthereisa
stormyweather,allairplanesmusttoreturnto
thestartinglineandbeintheparkedposition.
Someexamplesofthestormyweather
commandsare;lightning,thunder,hurricaneand
tornado.
TheATCcanonlycalloutstormyweatherout
once.

EVALUATION/REVIEW
Discusswithchildrenthedifferentpartsoftheir
bodiesthattheyworkedoutduringthislesson.
Explaintostudentstheimportanceofbeingactive
andparticipatinginphysicalactivitydaily.
Getfeedbackfromstudentsabouttheactivities
performed.

CHEER

(Teachersays)WELOVE(Studentssay)PE
(Teachersays)PE(Studentssay)Isfun