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Name: Vincent Catania Date: 9/20/2018 Time: 1:15-3:25 School: Liberty Elementary Lesson#: 4
Facilities: Gymnasium
Size: 20-25 Grade: K-2 Unit/Theme: Locomotor Skills/Movement Concepts Generic Level: Pre-Control
Equipment: Hot spots, bean bags, balls, cones
Focus of the Lesson: High/Low

STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO); MA CF + National Standard(s)/Grade Level Outcomes; Task #s where content is taught;
Task # where objective is assessed:
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

(P) Demonstrate success in the skills used (locomotor skills) throughout the activities, while also demonstrating effective strategies to complete
movement concepts (NSGLO S1.E1.)(MACF 2.2)(Activities)
(C) Identify high and low examples through questions from the teacher, at the closure of the lesson (NSGLO S2.E2.2) (MACF 2.5)(Closure)
(A) Acknowledge how high and low can be effectively used in sport and lifetime activities. (NGSLO S5.E3.2) (MACF 2.4)(CLOSURE)

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

1. Give individuals specific feedback, and pinpoint good behaviors throughout the course of the lesson.

2. _Keep their back to the wall in order to be able to foresee any potential harmful or negligent situations.

3. Completely go over all RRE’s in order to ensure a safe and positive learning environment during the introduction.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS - What are the safety concerns? What is unique about the students in this class?
1. Not all students may fully understand the differences in all skills so being aware of struggling students will benefit the students learning
2. Remind the students of their general space and self-space in order to avoid collisions

Courtier, L., Chepko, S., Holt/Hale, S., National Standards and Grade Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Human Kinetics, Champaign, Il.

Massachusetts Comprehensive Health Curriculum Frameworks, Oct 1999

Graham, G. Elliot, E. Palmer, S. Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education. Human Kinetics,
Champaign Il. 2016.


Lesson Plan Form:

Time Sequence of Lesson Organization Reflections
0-5 Introduction: Students will come into the class and sit in
their squad lines, on their way in the teacher will make sure
all students are appropriately dressed. SSSSS
 Teacher will introduce self and goal of the day: SSSSS
 WALT: To learn the different pathways to travel SSSSS
Safety: Teacher will acknowledge the boundaries to the T SSSSS
activity area, and ask students to state the rules of the class. SSSSS
Signals: Teacher will address the signals: 3, 2, 1 Freeze,
Ready Go.
Purpose: Teacher will state what high/low/over/under means
and how it will be beneficial in life and sport
5-6 Transition: Teacher will dismiss students to move from
squad lines to personal space for the warm up
6-9 Warm Up: Students will travel in general space and will T S S S S S
follow the teacher’s commands. S S S S s S
Students will run around and when the teacher says the S s S S
signal students will freeze and either put their hands in the S S S S
sky, or drop to the ground S S S
 Students will reach for the sky (High) S S
 Touch the ground (Low)
9-10 Transition: Students will be selected to transition to the SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
baseline based on shirt color for the next instruction and
activity. T
10-15 Activity 1: Students will be introduced to the game builders T S S S S S
and bulldozers. Half the students will be responsible for S S S S s S
knocking down cones, the other half will be responsible for S s S S
picking the cones up. At the end of the game the group with S S S S
the most cones up or down will be the winner. This will S S S
teach students to get low in order to knock down the cones S S
and pick the cones up. Getting low is important in many
sports because it makes you more stabilized and it makes it
harder for you to fall over.
If students are found to be kicking, or disrespecting
equipment in any way they will be given a warning then will
be put in the calming box.
Students will switch after each game.
Extension up: different colored cones will be worth more
points, this will enable the students to learn colors, and
practice math.
Extension down: Students will all be on the same team and
will have to try and pick up as many cones as possible.
Students will also have to try and knock down as many
cones as possible.
Knocking the cones down will show a low level, picking
them up will show a high level.
21 Transition: Students will collect the equipment and will
learn what the next activity will consist of.

21-30 Activity 2. Students will have to clean up the gymnasium. O o o o o o o o oo o o o o o o

The teacher will put bean bags, balls, and cones all over the Oooo X
gym and the teacher will put and label where each item o o o o o oo o o o o o o oo o o o o
belongs. The items will go into their designated basket and o o oo o o o o o o o
the basket will be either high (on top of mats) or low (on the o o oo o o o o o oo X
ground. The students will take the items and bring them to O o 0 X 00 0 0 o o 0o 0 oc sp
their designated areas traveling in different ways designated O o o oo o o oo o o
by the teacher. Teacher will see how long it will take for the
students to clean up the room, the winning class at the end
of the day will get a tally toward their free day from Mr. C.
33-34 Transition: Teacher will have students collect equipment
and transition to the center circle in groups of 5 based on
35-40 Closure: Turn to the person next to you and discuss how you
would use different pathways in a real life setting. SSS SS SS