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Unit: Kicking and Throwing

PhysEd 805 Lesson Plan


Wednesday, March
25, 2015
8
8:48-9:31
43 mins.

Teacher Name

Ashley Speakman

Date

Subject Area

PhysEd Ball Unit

Grade

Title

Pin Galore Soccer: Effort and Fair Play

Time

General Learner
Outcome(s)
Specific Learner
Outcome(s)
Student Learning
Objectives

GO C: Cooperation
GO D: Do it Daily for Life!
C8.3: Demonstrate etiquette and fair play.
D8.1: Participate regularly in, and identify and describe the benefits of, an active lifestyle
I can demonstrate etiquette and fair play.
I can participate regularly in, and identify and describe the benefits of, an active
lifestyle.
Formative observations during class.
Weekly summative assessment.
Location: Gym 1
Lesson Plan 2
Copy of Rubric
Whistle
Whiteboard marker
Warm Up: No materials
Activity:
o Plastic Pins (12-20)
o 3 foam soccer balls
o pinnies
o 8 pylons
No new terms

Assessments
Materials

Key Terms
Differentiation
Learning
Resources
Introduction
8 minutes

Learning Styles: Kinesthetic, Interpersonal

Alberta Education Program of Studies for Physical Education including Guide to


Implementation
https://physedgames.com/
Rules and expectations (3 minutes):
Fair play
All participating and active (note to excuse?)
Rubric is hung up for students to look at
Go through rules of games

Warm Up (2-3 minutes):


Army and Navy
Students start on middle line.
Teacher explains rules
Teacher will calls out these commands and students will follow:
o Army: Run to one side of the gym.
o Navy: Run to the other side of the gym
o Hit the deck: Lie face down
o At ease: Stand up
Body
36 minutes

Activity #1: Pin Galore Soccer (32 minutes)


Give students choice: play all together or boys vs. girls?
Divide into teams pinnies vs. shirts
Plastic pins set up on either side where goal normally is. Put up pylons for goal area.
Students on each side start game with dropping ball.
Student will play soccer (no hands/arms), but instead of scoring on net, players will try

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to knock over the other teams pins.


If a player kicks the ball and it knocks down a pin from the other team, he gets to bring
that pin (or pins if its more than 1) to his/her side and add them to his/her own teams
pins.
The game goes until one team has all the pins or until the time runs out.

Notes:
Start with one ball. Will increase to two-three balls as games progress depending on
students.
Depending on length of games, will switch up and make four teams, four corners.
o When each team loses they are divided and start back on remaining teams.

Closure
2 minutes

Change Out (4 minutes)


Kids who do not change out can assist in putting away equipment.
Assessment for Learning/Feedback from Students (2 minutes):
Formative Observations/Anecdotal Notes
Assessment of Learning: Summative Assessment at end of each week during unit.
Feedback to students: Comments on fair play/participation/behavior, etc.
Transition to next lesson: Tomorrow Backwards Ball

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