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Weekly Plan (1/14-18/2019

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  • ×[7PE1a] Demonstrate competency*of movement skills while participating in team and individual sports.
  • ×[7PE1b] Utilize knowledge of previously experience

Teacher:Mr. Gibbs Date: January 14, 2019 Subject:Physical Education-Basketball, Kickball, Volleyball, Softball (All sports are listed because they will be played according to the weather) /Health Topic: Nine Weeks Test Review

 

Standard(s)




  • Create Offensive and defensive strategies in physical.
  • Apply appropriate warm-up and cool down techniques while participating in a variety of physical activities.
  • Utilize principles of training and conditioning (FITT, Warm-up-Work out-Cool down, specificity, intensity, overload) to improve physical fitness.  

Learning Target(s)

(based on the language of the standard)





  • Devise a game using offensive and defensive strategies in specific sports.  (i.e., When students are playing capture the ball, have them decide how many will stay to protect the flag and how many will attempt to capture the other team's.  Have students determine if man-to-man coverage or zone coverage in a game of soccer would be the best strategy to maximize chances of success.)
  • Perform warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after activities throughout the year and discuss the importance of each.  Observe students to ensure that proper stretching techniques are being used.  
  • Research safety practices for basic muscular strength and endurance principles of training and conditioning.  Students will share this information with their class.  

Procedures (with general times)







 

  • Prior knowledge
  • Students will receive detailed information on sport of the dayl.  Students will receive a packet on the Rules and Regulations of sport of the deay.  
  • Activities/Centers
    • Bell Ringer-TCC (Teamwork, Co-operation, Communication)
      • HWOD-Flu
      • HQOD- How does the Flu virus get into a persons body?
    • Warm-up Stretches/exercise
    • Review of sprot of the day Rules and Regulations.  .  
  • Closure

Homework

Study health journal daily!

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard



 Students will answer questions regarding sport of the day/health.

How many players play during defensive plays?

 

 

Teacher:Mr. Gibbs Date: January 15, 2019 Subject:Physical Education -Basketball, Kickball, Volleyball, Softball (All sports are listed because they will be played according to the weather)

 

Standard(s)



  • Create Offensive and defensive strategies in physical.
  • Apply appropriate warm-up and cool down techniques while participating in a variety of physical activities.
  • Utilize principles of training and conditioning (FITT, Warm-up-Work out-Cool down, specificity, intensity, overload) to improve physical fitness.  

Learning Target(s)

(based on the language of the standard)





  • Devise a game using offensive and defensive strategies in specific sports.  (i.e., When students are playing capture the flag, have them decide how many will stay to protect the ball and how many will attempt to capture the other team's.  Have students determine if man-to-man coverage or zone coverage in a game of Soccer would be the best strategy to maximize chances of success.)
  • Perform warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after activities throughout the year and discuss the importance of each.  Observe students to ensure that proper stretching techniques are being used.  
  • Research safety practices for basic muscular strength and endurance principles of training and conditioning.  Students will share this information with their class.  

Procedures (with general times)







 

  • Prior knowledge
  • Students have received detailed information on the sport of the day.  
  • Activities/Centers
    • Bell Ringer-TCC (Teamwork, Co-operation, Communication)
      • HWOD- Dehydration
      • HQOD- What are Pores?
    • Warm-up Stretches/exercise
    • Review sport of the day Rules and Regulation Station
    • Offense/Defense Positions, penalties
  • Closure
  • Students will answers questions regarding Sport of the day Homework

Study health journal daily!

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard

Students will answer questions.

Explain how your pores?

 

 

Teacher:Mr. Gibbs Date:January 16, 2019 Subject: -Basketball, Kickball, Volleyball, Softball (All sports are listed because they will be played according to the weather)

 

Standard(s)




  • Create Offensive and defensive strategies in physical.
  • Apply appropriate warm-up and cool down techniques while participating in a variety of physical activities.
  • Utilize principles of training and conditioning (FITT, Warm-up-Work out-Cool down, specificity, intensity, overload) to improve physical fitness.  

Learning Target(s)

(based on the language of the standard)





  • Devise a game using offensive and defensive strategies in specific sports.  (i.e., When students are playing capture the ball, have them decide how many will stay to protect the flag and how many will attempt to capture the other team's.  Have students determine if man-to-man coverage or zone coverage in a game of the sport of the day would be the best strategy to maximize chances of success.)
  • Perform warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after activities throughout the year and discuss the importance of each.  Observe students to ensure that proper stretching techniques are being used.  
  • Research safety practices for basic muscular strength and endurance principles of training and conditioning.  Students will share this information with their class.  

Procedures (with general times)







 

  • Prior knowledge
  • Students have received detailed information on Sport of the day.  Students received Sport of the day Rules and Regulations.  
  • Activities/Centers
    • Bell Ringer-TCC (Teamwork, Co-operation, Communication)
      • HWOD-Vitamins
      • HQOD- Why is it a good idea to limit your consumption of foods that are high in added sugars?  Refer to chart in Blue Health book on page 109.
    • Warm-up Stretches/exercise
    • Offense Positions
    • Sport of the day 
  • Closure
  • Students will answers questions regarding Soccer Rules and Regulations.  

Homework

Study health journal daily!

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard

 Students will answer questions:

How often is the Olympics?

Name a Olympic sport.

 

Teacher: Mr. Gibbs Date: January 17, 2019 Subject:Physical EducationBasketball, Kickball, Volleyball /Health Topic: Mental and Emotional Disorders

 

Standard(s)



  • Create Offensive and defensive strategies in physical.
  • Apply appropriate warm-up and cool down techniques while participating in a variety of physical activities.
  • Utilize principles of training and conditioning (FITT, Warm-up-Work out-Cool down, specificity, intensity, overload) to improve physical fitness.  

Learning Target(s)

(based on the language of the standard)





  • Devise a game using offensive and defensive strategies in specific sports.  (i.e., When students are playing capture the ball, have them decide how many will stay to protect the ball and how many will attempt to capture the other team's.  Have students determine if man-to-man coverage or zone coverage in a game of sport of the day would be the best strategy to maximize chances of success.)
  • Perform warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after activities throughout the year and discuss the importance of each.  Observe students to ensure that proper stretching techniques are being used.  
  • Research safety practices for basic muscular strength and endurance principles of training and conditioning.  Students will share this information with their class.  

Procedures (with general times)







 

  • Prior knowledge
  • Students have received detailed information on kickball, Basketball, and kickball.  Students will review packet of information regarding basketball Rules and Regulations.  
  • Activities/Centers
    • Bell Ringer-TCC (Teamwork, Co-operation, Communication)
      • HWOD- Hygiene
      • HQOD- Are viruses alive?
    • Warm-up Stretches/exercise
    • Sport of the day rules
    • Defense Positions
  • Closure
  • Students will answers questions regarding Soccer Rules and Regulations.  

Homework

Study health journal daily!

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard

 Students will answer questions regarding viruses.

Can viruses enter your body through your nose?

 

Teacher: Mr. Gibbs Date: January 18, 2019 Subject:Physical Education Basketball, Kickball, Volleyball /Health Topic: Mental and Emotional Disorders

 

Standard(s)



  • Create Offensive and defensive strategies in physical.
  • Apply appropriate warm-up and cool down techniques while participating in a variety of physical activities.
  • Utilize principles of training and conditioning (FITT, Warm-up-Work out-Cool down, specificity, intensity, overload) to improve physical fitness.  

Learning Target(s)

(based on the language of the standard)





  • Devise a game using offensive and defensive strategies in specific sports.  (i.e., When students are playing capture the ball, have them decide how many will stay to protect the ball and how many will attempt to capture the other team's.  Have students determine if man-to-man coverage or zone coverage in a game of kickball, basketball, softball would be the best strategy to maximize chances of success.)
  • Perform warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after activities throughout the year and discuss the importance of each.  Observe students to ensure that proper stretching techniques are being used.  
  • Research safety practices for basic muscular strength and endurance principles of training and conditioning.  Students will share this information with their class.  

Procedures (with general times)







 

  • Prior knowledge
  • Students have received detailed information on kickball, Basketball, and softball.  Students will review packet of information regarding soccer Rules and Regulations.  
  • Activities/Centers
    • Bell Ringer-TCC (Teamwork, Co-operation, Communication)
      • HWOD- Hygiene
      • HQOD- Are viruses alive?
    • Warm-up Stretches/exercise
    • Sport of the day rules
    • Defense Positions
  • Closure
  • Students will answers questions regarding Soccer Rules and Regulations.  

Homework

Study health journal daily!

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard

 Students will answer questions regarding viruses.

Can viruses enter your body through your nose?