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Springfield College Daily Lesson Plan

Name: Meghan Flanagan


School: Agawam High School
Facilities: Football Field
Grade: 9-12
Unit/Theme: Flag Football
Equipment: 1. Footballs (10)

Date: 9/3/14

Time: 9:00-9:50 AM
Lesson #: 2 / 4

Class Size: 18
Generic Level: Control/Utilization
2. Cones (24) 3. Blue Pinnies (9) 4. Flags (18)

Focus of Lesson: Passing Patterns


Student Performance Objectives (SPO): (National # ; MA CF # ; Task/Activity #

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

(P) Perform at least 4 successful catches, while running the correct route for each passing
pattern during team practice. (National #: S1.H1.L2; MACF #: 2.17; Activity: # 2-3)
(C) Describe/draw the passing patterns with 100% accuracy when asked by the teacher at
the end of class. (National #: S2.H2.L1; MACF #: 2.17; Activity: Closure)
(A) Demonstrate strategic planning by discussing strategies/plans before each play with
teammates 100% of the time during team practice. (National #: S4.H3.L1; MACF #: 2.26;
Activity: Entire Lesson)
Check each objective is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally
appropriate?
Teacher Performance Objectives During the lesson the teacher will:
1. Explain safety and rules of all activities AND check for understanding (CFU).
2. Keep students on task by having a variety of activities and tasks.
3. Give at least 3 pieces of positive specific, or corrective feedback to each team.
4. Use a strong and effective whistle.
Special Considerations What are the safety concerns? What is unique about the
students in this class?
o Be aware of surroundings including: other students and equipment to avoid collisions
o Check in with Johnny often about his asthma
References: (include page # and/or actual web site address)
o http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/american-football-passing patterns.html

TIME
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SEQUENCE OF LESSON
Locker Rooms: Ss will change and then go
directly outside to the field for
attendance.
Attendance: -Ss will go attendance spots, T
takes attendance
Warm-Up:

Jog 1 min 30 secs

10 jumping jacks

10 push ups

10 sit ups
Introduction: -Focus of the day: Passing
Patterns
-Start and Stop Signals: Start: two whistles.
Stop: one whistle, equipment down, eyes on
T
-Safety: Only throw when receiver is
looking. Keep your head up and watch out
for other groups.
-Review/refining: throwing and catching
Throwing: -Pinky and ring finger on laces,
other fingers towards the back, -side to
target, -arm up and back near ear, -step
with opposite foot and release just in front
of the body, -follow through and snap wrist
down.
Catching: -Eyes on the ball, -hands up and
open (diamond), -pull ball in towards chest.
Transition: Find a group of 3. 1 S/group get
a football. Move to open space on field.
Warm-up: -Pass and catch stationary with
group
Pass and catch on the move when ready.

ORGANIZATION

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Transition: Ss leave footballs at their field


and jog to T
Questions: -What is a passing pattern? -Why
do we use patterns?
Answers: -Passing patterns in football are
routes the receivers run while on offense.
Passing patterns are used to create space
between the receiver and the defender.
They should be pre-planned for every play.

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Informing: T will explain and demonstrate


the hook-passing pattern.
1. Center (C) hikes the ball to the
quarterback (QB)
2. Wide receiver (WR) runs out 10 yards
and cuts in a hook shape back towards the
QB
3. QB throws ball as the WR is turning back .

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Transition: Ss take footballs and move to


designated space on field

WR

Activity #1: Hook Practice


Rules of the Activity: Ss will have 10
seconds to decide positions (QB, WR, C).
-Set up in their boundaries. C will be in
front of the QB and WR will be on the right
side of the QB.
- After 3 times on the right, switch to left,
and then rotate positions.
-Extension Up: WR will run farther away
before hooking back.

C 1
QB 2

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Transition: Ss leave their footballs at their
spot on the field and jog to the T.

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Informing: T will describe and demonstrate


the slant pattern.
1. C hikes the ball to QB.

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2. WR starts on left side of the QB


and slants diagonally across to the
opposite side of the field.
3. QB throws the ball when WR is
about 10 yards away.
Activity #2: Slant practice
-Same as hook practice, just use the slant
instead
-Extension Up: WR will run further and
with a change of speed before the QB
throws the ball.

catch

WR

C 1
QB 2

Transition: Groups will join with one other


group (6 in a group). Groups set up cones
(8) 10 yds wide x 25 yds long (horizontal
setup on field) 5 yd end zone on each end.
Activity #3: 3 vs 3- 1 group will wear
pinnies.
-Teams must use passing patterns learned
-QB can be rushed after 5 seconds
-NO contact, flag pulling only
-Each S must have a chance at each position
-Stay within boundaries
-1 pt for touchdown/NO extra points
-Throw off to start game/after touchdown
-3 downs

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Transition: Ss will jog back to the T, and put
the footballs in the bag, pinnies in bag, and
cones in a neat stack.
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Closure: T will review the different


patterns.
-What makes passing patterns effective?
-What is the best strategy to use during
passing patterns?

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Transition: Ss will go back inside and change


in locker room.