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Springfield College Daily Lesson Plan

Name: Brad Conine

Date: 9/30/15

School: Robinson Park Elementary School


Gymnasium
Class Size: 15-25

Time: 9:10-11:55
Lesson #: 8

Grade: 4

Facilities:

Unit/Theme: Throwing

Generic Level: Pre-Control/Control


Equipment: 1. Whistle/Watch (1) 2. Yarn
Balls (12) 3. Bean bags (12) 4. Cue sheet (1 of each) 5. Bowling pins (5) 6. Cones (5)
7. Big Cones (8)
Focus of Lesson: Throwing
Student Performance Objectives (SPO): By the end of the lesson, students should
be able to:

(P): Demonstrate correct throwing cues using cue sheets throughout the lesson.
(SHAPE 1; MA CF 2.2; activity)
(C): Identify the cues for catching during the closure.
(SHAPE 2; MA CF 2.2; Closure)
(A): Show feelings about lesson by touching happy sign when leaving the gym.
(SHAPE 4; MA CF 2.7; closure)
Check each objective is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it
developmentally appropriate?
Teacher Performance Objectives During the lesson the teacher will:

1. Have a strong presence by being highly enthusiastic, joining in with the warm-up
and having a loud voice
Special Considerations What are the safety concerns? What is unique
about the students in this class?
Make sure theres enough space between students
References:
1.

http://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/cues/ViewCues.asp?ID=54

2.

http://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/cues/archive9798/cues119798.html

TIME

SEQUENCE OF LESSON

0-3 min

3-7 min

Instant Activity/Routine- students


come into classroom get a ball and
throw with a partner.

ORGANIZATION REFLECT
ION

Introduction- Students will come to


Eagles nest once activity ends.
Take attendance (A for absence, circle of
no shoes, or if jewelry is in)

Focus of the day: Throwing


Start and Stop Signals:
-Start signal: ready go or start music

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-Stop signal: 3-2-1 Freeze or stop music


Safety-keep safe space between classmates
-make sure nobody is in-front of target
-safe hands, no pushing when tagging

5
7-11 min

Informing- Teachers will explain they


are throwing and go over activity
Transition- students will stand on one
color side of the gym and wait for the
music to start
Activity 1: hula-hoop throw

11-27 min

-each student will be put on either side


of the gym.
-students must throw from behind half
court line
-Students throw towards hula-hoops
(only Overhand)

Students in circle on
eagles nest

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S1
S4
S1
S4

Wall
S2
S3

S2

S3

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-if object lands on hula-hoop, it must


stay in hula-hoop, if it isnt in a hulahoop it can be picked up and thrown
-at end of class students count how
many objects are in the hula-hoops on
their side
-this score is the other teams score
-bring students to white board for
closure
Extend Up:
-Team can catch ball before it lands
into hula-hoop
-move hula-hoops farther back
Extend down:
-students cant catch the ball in the
air
-students cant pass cones I set up
(between half court and foul line)

27-30
min

Transition- Teacher will say 3-2-1


freeze and ask for every student to go to
white board
Closure-Asked students what we did.
-ask students what the cues of throwing
are
-ask a student to how me how to throw
-ask when do we throw outside of PE

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