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1 Lesson Plan Name: Kahyun Nam School/Grade: Middle School Adapted P.E. Number of Students: 10 Goals and Objectives for this lesson? GOAL 1: MOTOR: - Students will improve their underhand toss skills OBJECTIVE 1.1: - At least 5 students will perform 3 out of 4 criteria for the underhand toss. How will you evaluate this
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   1 Lesson Plan Name: Kahyun Nam  School/Grade: Middle School Adapted P.E.  Number of Students: 10   Goals and Objectives for this lesson? GOAL 1: MOTOR: -   Students will improve their underhand toss skills  OBJECTIVE 1.1: -   At least 5 students will perform 3 out of 4 criteria for the underhand toss.   How will you evaluate this objective? -   Watch each student individually toss (underhand) the bean bag at a target in 8ft, 10ft, and 12ft away and mark on the rubric each of the criteria they  perform correctly. Were the objectives achieved? -   Yes / No, Comment :   GOAL 2: COGNITIVE -   Students will demonstrate knowledge of the teaching cues for the underhand toss. These cues are “swing back”, “opposite step”, “waist release”, “follow through”   OBJECTIVE 2.1 : -   At least 5 out of 8 will repeat all four of the cues in correct order How will you evaluate this objective? -   I will ask each student to stick the cues at the board in correct order and record their response. Were the objectives achieved? -   Yes / No, Comment:   2 GOAL 3: AFFECTIVE  -   Students will complement their peers together with their peer tutors during the class OBJECTIVE 3.1. -   At least 5 out of 8 students will give at least one complement to a peer for their skill performance.   How will you evaluate this objective? -   Will observe students and mark when a complement is given and at the end of class, I will ask students who they complemented. Were the objectives achieved? -   Yes / No -   Comment Standards Addressed: -   Standard #1, #2: Spatial awareness, underhand toss -   Standard #3, #4: Participates in enjoyable, challenging activities -   Standard #5, #6: Participates, appreciates, enjoys movement, cooperates with a partner Tip for Lesson -   For safety, have all students toss and retrieve on signal.  -   Tell peers to retrieve the beanbags quickly to students so that they get more chance to toss.  -   If three colors of hoops are available, arrange them by color (e.g., red in first row, yellow in second row, blue in third row)  -   If students have hard time following the second step of the cue (opposite step), place different color of poly spot for left and right foot. Equipment Needed: -   Class Rubric with criteria for objectives -   Bean bags and a target for each student -   Four cones -   Hula-hoops   3 Warm Up Formation: -   Students will start walking outside the cones those are equipped on the ground. When all students arrive ‘listen and move’ is going to be played.   -   Students will perform ‘walk’, ‘gallop’, ‘tip - toe’, ‘run’, ‘slide’, and ‘hop’   based on instructions in music. Once done with each skill, students will  perform the same skill in same row based on music without instructions.   Body of the Lesson Formation: -   Students will line up by the wall on the poly spots on the ground with their  peer tutors. What skills will you teach? -   Motor: Underhand toss   -   Cognitive: Cues for the underhand toss   -   Affective: Complementing peers  What are the teaching cues of the motor skills? -   Swing back -   Opposite step -   Waist release -   Follow through Describe Activities: Instruction -   Review the cues of underhand toss from last lesson and inform students that we will be playing with beanbags while learning underhand toss. Then I will perform underhand toss and the students will say the cues as I am demonstrating. Activity -   Students will stand in line on the poly spot and toss it to the target called  by the teacher (e.g., toss it to the hoop in the first row, toss it to the red hoop). Tell students to toss the beanbag to the hoop which is farther than the first row if they succeed.   4 -   Challenged activities could be asking students to call the color hoop they are going to toss the beanbag and see if they make it or not. Tossing the  beanbag into the farthest hoop they could can also be challenge activity. -   When main activity is almost done, instead of just asking students to bring the beanbags back, let them toss all the beanbags in the floor in one hoop (all of the other hoops should be removed in advance). Closing Formation:   -   Students will sit against the wall   Review lesson: -   Discuss what we learned today -   Discuss what went well and what didn’t  -   Ask students to tell the cues for underhand toss -   Ask students who they complemented
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