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Jim Bartholomew

Lesson Plan Contextual Information Unit: Olympics Lesson #: _n/a__ Lesson Topic: Intro / Teambuilding Time Required: _60_ minutes Grade: 10th Instructor: Bartholomew

State Standards Addressed in this Lesson:


B.5.PS.1 Exhibit behaviors which exemplify each of the personal/social character traits of responsibility, best effort, cooperation, and compassion in dynamic settings.

NASPE Standards Addressed in this Lesson:


Standard 4 ~ The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.

Affective Objectives for this Lesson:


A1: (NASPE Standard #2) TSWD teamwork and problem solving skills by working with their teammates in completing various team-building activities

Pre-requisite Skills or Knowledge Needed for Success in this Lesson:


N/A

Adaptations and/or Extensions for this Lesson:


a.) Adaptations: N/A b.) Extensions: Students can assist other students who may be struggling

Management Issues for this Lesson:


Use the following cues: Bring it in, 3-whistles

Safety Issues for this Lesson:


Respect others encourage others, work together, have fun!

Equipment and/or Supplies Needed for this Lesson:


5-6 broomsticks or long branches polyspots iPad

Facility Set-Up Needed for this Lesson:


N/A

Notes to Self:
Follow ALL teacher signals for safety Remind everyone to try their best and have fun!

Jim Bartholomew

General Lesson Plan with Timeline

Opening Activities:
30 sec.

WELCOME:
-Welcome students as they enter the gym and head into the locker rooms to get changed

5 min. 1 min.

WARM-UP ACTIVITY: TRANSITION PLAN:


Blow the whistle, have students head to their seats on the floor. Role will be taken and announcements will be made.

2 min.

ATTENDANCE/ANNOUNCEMENTS:
During this time, let students know that we are going to begin our Olympic Unit that will transcend many of the core classes you have every day, such as; math, English, and history.

Lesson focus:
3 min.

INSTRUCTION/DEMONSTRATION:
Introduce the idea of having 6 countries that are going to compete in our activities this week. We will be with the same teammates all week, so today we will meet our teammates and go through some team-building activities that will encourage cooperation through the competition. This idea is important because as you will learn this week, Olympic athletes must be highly skilled in the event, but they also must be mentally focused and show positive personal/social skills.

2 min.

TRANSITION PLAN:
On GO, get together with your country group and head to an open areaGO

35 min.

APPLIED ACTIVITY: Team-Building Activities


Helium StickLine up in two rows which face each other. Introduce the Helium Stick- a long, thin, lightweight rod. Ask participants to point their index fingers and hold their arms out. Lay the Helium Stick down on their fingers. Get the group to adjust their finger heights until the Helium Stick is horizontal and everyone's index fingers are touching the stick. Explain that the challenge is to lower the Helium Stick to the ground. The catch: Each person's fingers must be in contact with the Helium Stick at all times. Pinching or grabbing the pole in not allowed - it must rest on top of fingers. Reiterate to the group that if anyone's finger is caught not touching the Helium Stick, the task will be restarted. Let the task begin....

Jim Bartholomew
PolySpot Maze Using the iPad, create a maze and have ALL students participate together. The student at the front of the line will take a step and if they are correct, they keep going, if they mess up, they go to the end of the line and the next person tries. Continue that process until the students make it through the maze correctly. Blind Group Counting Have students circle up and close their eyes, the goal is to count up to 10, but only 1 person can say each number and the person to either side of the one who said the previous number CANNOT say the next number. 1 min.

TRANSITION PLAN:
Bring it in to the middle

Closing Activities: EQUIPMENT STORAGE:


Handled in transition plan 1 min.

LESSON CLOSURE/REVIEW:
Use this time as a chance to show the answer any questions about their initial impression of the Olympics.

20 sec.

TRANSITION PLAN:
Head down to get changed