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SPORT AND MUSIC-A PERFECT MATCH Unit Summary

WEEK/ LESSON *WK1/L1 ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION Music and Movement. An introduction to sound and movement. How is music used to enhance physical activity? AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS Applying fundamental and simple movement skills which enhances physical performance and participation in physical activities Personal, social, cultural and environmental factors influences behaviors and choices including physical activity and music. RESOURCES/ICT Interactive whiteboard Teacher laptop & internet access YouTube videos which shows different dances http:// www.youtube.com/watch? Teacher iPod to record students performing movements in the main part of the lesson CD Player for Music ICTs: Interactive whiteboard, iPod, laptop, internet (YouTube). WK1/L2 Sounds of the Gymnasium. Students will a combine a Gym workout with the recording of sounds generated by the various types of equipment used. How can we use physical activity to integrate the two disciplines of sport and music.! (Focus level 9, Health and Physical Education.) Students learn to set personal physical activity and/or fitness goals, develop an activity and/or fitness program and evaluate its success (AusVels Learning Focus level 9 ICT). they use complex ICT tools and techniques to visually represent, model, reframe and refine their thinking to assist in developing new understanding. If the school has no gymnasium then an excursion will be needed to a local fitness centre. Sports clothes. Digital recording device.

WEEK/ LESSON *WK1/L3

ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION Indigenous dance, an introduction. Including cultural visit from a local indigenous tribe member to discuss and demonstrate. How have the Aboriginals integrated physical activity into their culture? What role does it play?

AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS (AusVels Cross Curricular Priority, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture) Islander priority provides opportunities for all learners to deepen their knowledge of Australia by engaging with the worlds oldest continuous living cultures. This knowledge and understanding will enrich their ability to participate positively in the ongoing development of Australia. (AusVels Learning Focus level 9 ICT). they use complex ICT tools and techniques to visually represent, model, reframe and refine their thinking to assist in developing new understanding. (AusVels Learning Focus level 9, ARTS) As students work towards the achievement of Level 10 standards in the Arts, they design, make and present arts works. In doing so, they develop skills in making decisions about creative ways of generating and implementing ideas.

RESOURCES/ICT Interactive whiteboard Teacher laptop Internet access YouTube videos which shows Aboriginal Dance Student books and pencils Local Aboriginal guest speakers Teacher iPod CD Player Music Guest Speakers music

WK2/L1

Making a soundscape/ rhythm track. Using the sounds recorded at the gymnasium students will build a soundscape/ rhythm track with the use of appropriate ICT. Can sport and music provide a canvas for an creative and artistic work?

iPad or computer with Garageband application. Digital Recorder. Headphones. Computer with projection capabilities for teacher demonstration.

WEEK/ LESSON WK2/L2

ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION Working out with Music. Students to take part in a physically active workout whereby they do P.A along to the sound of recorded music instruments and percussions. How does the music make you feel when you are doing Physical Activity? Investigation of motivational music in sport. How music has been used in advertising and sports clubs to motivate athletes and fans. Students (in the same mixed-ability groupings) will research their chosen dance style/type and prepare a presentation to the class for the following lesson. They will follow a rubric and begin drafting their presentation. Key Questions: What information do you want to display? What is the dance style? Why do these people dance? Evaluate what you think the function of this dance is? Why? Where is this dance from?

AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS They investigate different components of fitness, how these vary between activities and how they contribute to the wellbeing of people at different stages of their lives. Students learn to set personal physical activity and/or fitness goals, develop an activity and/or fitness program and evaluate its success.

RESOURCES/ICT Teacher iPod CD Player Recorded music Gym mats Witches hats Skipping Ropes

WK2/L3

(AusVels Learning Focus level 9, ARTS) [Students] response to learning and performing songs that reflect the human spirit.

Youtube clip of Up there Cazaly Youtube clip of Come on Aussie Come on. Youtube clip of the Richmond football club singing the club song. Student workbook and pencils Computers Laptops Interactive whiteboard

WK3/L1

They investigate different components of fitness, how these vary between activities and how they contribute to the wellbeing of people at different stages of their lives. Students learn to set personal physical activity and/or fitness goals, develop an activity and/or fitness program and evaluate its success.

WEEK/ LESSON *WK3/L2

ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION Writing and recording your own motivational sports song. What musical and lyrical ingredients go into making up a good motivational song?

AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS (AusVels Learning Focus level 9, ARTS) [Students] response to learning and performing songs that reflect the human spirit. Students, individually or collaboratively, compose and present their musical response to an issue holding personal interest for them. (AusVels Learning Focus level 9, Health and Physical Education. They describe social and cultural factors, such as family, the media and community expectations influencing the development of personal identity. (AusVels Learning Focus level 9 ICT). As students work towards the achievement of Level 10 standards in Information and Communications Technology, they use complex ICT tools and techniques to visually represent, model, reframe and refine their thinking to assist in developing new understanding.

RESOURCES/ICT Computer interface (audio and visual) with projector for Youtube clips and demonstration of ICT Student worksheet iPads with Garageband.

WEEK/ LESSON WK4/L1

ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION Students (in the same mixed-ability groupings) finalise and present their work on a dance style from a different culture to their peers. They evaluate and communicate relevant information about the dance including the reasons people perform it and they show a YouTube clip of people performing it. Key Questions: If the dance style is from a cultural background different from your own, what cultural protocols do you need to consider?

AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS Applying fundamental and simple movement skills which enhances physical performance and participation in physical activities Personal, social, cultural and environmental factors influences behaviors and choices including physical activity and music.

RESOURCES/ICT Interactive whiteboard Teacher laptop Internet access Student presentations

WEEK/ LESSON *WK4/L2

ACTIVITY/INQUIRY QUESTION This lesson follows up on the participation in the Zumba and Indigenous dance classes. Students will investigation and compare the history and culture of Zumba and indigenous dance. A hands on experience of playing latin percussion and indigenous instruments.

AUSVELS LEARNING FOCUS (AusVels Learning Focus level 9, ARTS). When exploring and responding, students focus on the development of knowledge and understanding of key concepts, techniques, processes and practices associated with particular arts forms. They develop aesthetic and critical awareness through observation, research, discussion and analysis of arts works from different social, historical and cultural contexts. (AusVels Learning Focus level 9, Health and Physical Education). They may be introduced to new sports, games or activities which will require them to learn new skills or adapt previously learnt skills in a new context. (AusVels Cross Curricular Priority, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture). The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander priority provides opportunities for all learners to deepen their knowledge of Australia by engaging with the worlds oldest continuous living cultures.

RESOURCES/ICT Excursion and participation in a Zumba class. (previous class) Computer interface (audio and visual) with projector for Youtube and audio examples. Worksheet with inquiry questions. Worksheets with notated examples of latin rhythms. Percussion instruments.

RED IS JAMES/BLUE IS ALYCE *FULL LESSON PLAN IN OTHER SECTION.