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ARCHERY UNIT PLAN


9th-12th Grade

Hopkins Academy High School

Hadley, MA

October 17th-October 25th, 2017

Tom Hurley
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Psychomotor Unit Reference: Content Assessments


Outcomes MACF &
National
Grade
Level
Outcomes
Students will be able to National: -Proper grip -Quiz
demonstrate how to S4.H1.L1 -Proper drawback -Daily observation
properly shoot a bow and release -Peer assessment
by correctly using all MACF: -Proper stance
-Proper aim
12 steps of how to shot 2.17
a bow. Students will be
able to successful shoot
and hit a target 1 out of
4 shots by the end of
the unit.
Cognitive Unit
Outcomes
Students will be able to National: -Knowledge of -Quiz
score a 7 out of 11 on S4.H2.L1 bow/arrow -Exit slip
the “steps of shooting a -Follows all safety
bow” quiz at the end of MACF: rules
the unit. 2.17 -Knowledge of the 11
steps of how to shoot
a bow
Affective Unit
Outcomes
Students will respect National: -Kindness to all -Daily Observation
others abilities by S4.H2.L1 classmates
encouraging and -Teamwork
cheering on others 100% MACF:
of the time.
2.26
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Psychomotor: National: Day 1:


S4.H1.L1 -Pre quiz
Students will be able to
demonstrate how to -Safety
MACF:
properly shoot a bow by -Rules
2.17
correctly using all 12 -Basics of shooting (grip, stance, release,
steps of how to shot a parts of the bow)
bow. Students will be able -Close range shooting
to successful shoot and Day 2:
hit a target 1 out of 4 -Review quiz
shots by the end of the -Review basics of shooting
unit. -Close range shooting
-Point system game at a close range
Day 3:
-Point system game at a medium range
-Tick-tack-toe shooting
-Exit slip on parts of the bow
Day 4:
-Post quiz
-Self challenge (target range)
-Candy challenge
Cognitive: National: Day 1:
S4.H2.L1 -11 steps of how to shoot a bow quiz
Students will be able to
score a 7 out of 11 on the MACF: -Parts of the bow
“steps of shooting a bow” 2.17 -Skill cues of shooting
quiz at the end of the unit. Day 2:
-Review quiz answers
-Proper shooting
Day 3:
-How to judge and adjust to different
distances of shooting
-proper shooting
Day 4:
-11 steps of how to shoot a bow quiz
-Proper aim and shooting
Affective: National: Day 1:
S4.H2.L1 -Students follow teachers directions
Students will respect others
abilities by encouraging and -Safety
MACF:
Day 2:
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cheering on others 100% of 2.26 -Demonstrate SAFE and appropriate


the time. behavior for archery class
Day 3:
-Students will continue to follow safety
rules
-Demonstrate appropriate behavior
Day 4:
-Demonstrates appropriate safe behavior
-Shows sportsmanship through
competition in class
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Hopkins Academy Physical Education Daily Rubric:

Criteria 4 3 2 1 0

Dress Arrived on Late for class Late for class Late for Skips class
time, dressed class
for class
Warm-up Fully - - - Does not
Completed participate
Warm –up in class
(Jogging and
Stretch)
Instruction Listens to Frequently Frequently Barely Does not
instruction not listening not listening listening to participate
and answers to instruction, to instruction, instruction, in class
questions or demonstrating demonstrating barely
demonstrates few skills few skills showing
skill properly learned in learned in any skills
based on class. class. learned in
instruction class
Activity Puts Puts a decent Puts some Makes no Does not
Consistent effort into effort into effort. participates
Effort into class, but class Stands in class
Class, could do around in
Demonstrates better class not
skills to best trying to
of ability. participate

Respect Respects self, Has to be Has to be Has to sit Is extremely


others and redirected in redirected in out of disrespectful
equipment class for class more class for to other
small than twice set time students,
indiscretions due to staff,
behavior equipment.
Closure Participates - - - Does not
in closure, participate
leaves after in class or
proper leaves
dismissal before
time dismissal
Final Grade
Quizzes= 25%
Participation=75%
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Name:____________________________________ Date:__________________ Period:_______

Archery Quiz

1. Stance:_______ A. Draw the string straight back. Keep string


lined up with the center of bow.
2. Nock:_______ B. Let go of the tension in your fingers of drawing
hand from string, continue to pull drawing hand
back.
3. Set:Draw Hand:_______ C. Place the arrow on the arrow rest, keep the
odd fletching away from bow, snap arrow onto
string
4.Set: Bow Hand:_______ D. Exhale and hold breath. Begin slight, rearward
movement of shoulder and elbow once aim is set
5. Pre-Draw:_______ E. Drawing hand continues back beside neck.
Hold your form and keep focus on
target/maintain aim until arrow strikes target.
6. Draw:_______ F. Bring string close to cheek and nose. Close eye
farthest from string.
7. Anchor:_______ G. Place feet shoulder width apart with
comfortable stance, lead shoulder perpendicular
to target.
8. Aim:_______ H. Place last crease of three fingers on string
with your middle and ring fingers below arrow
and index finger above the arrow.
9. Shot Set Up:_______ I. Check grip with bow/lead hand in V-grip.
10. Release:_______ J. Focus eyes and concentration on center of
target. Adjust for wind/distance.
11. Follow-through:_______ K. Raise bow towards target while bringing draw
elbow up
NOTE: This quiz will be given out before the unit has started on the first day and
then it will be given again on the last day of the unit.
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Parts of the Bow


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Name:_____________________________________ Date:__________________________ Period:_________


Exit Slip

Directions: Fill out the following parts of the bow that are
labeled above.

E.___________________________

H.___________________________

C.___________________________

A.___________________________
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Results of Assessments

During the archery unit, there were a couple of different assessments that

were used to test the students learning and understanding of the content that was

taught in the unit. The two primary assessments used were teacher observation and

the pre/post-test that was given at the beginning and end of the unit. Other

assessments that were used was an exit slip and informal checking for

understanding at the end of each lesson. Each of these assessments were a little

different to hopefully meet the different learning styles of all the students that were

in class.

The pre/post-test results surprised me the most out of all the assessments

used for the unit. I had one class that has never done archery before because it was

an all 9th grade class. At Hopkins Academy, they only teach archery to the high

school classes. The pre/post-test was on the 11 steps of how to properly shoot a

bow, which can be challenging to many if you do not have any archery background.

The average result on the pre-test for this class was about a 40%. After going

through the unit, the post-test results changed drastically. That average grade went

up to about an 80%. This was a great feeling as a teacher to see the grades improve

that much over just a short period of time.

The other written assessment was the exit slip that was given out in the

middle of the unit. It focused on the parts of the bow which was not the main focus

of the unit. I just touch on them on the first day of the unit. The students did poorly

on it and I ended up not counting it towards the final unit grade. I would change this

assessment by having it focus on the 11 steps on how to properly shoot a bow which
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was the main focus of the unit. This way I could gage the students learning in the

middle of the unit and I could make necessary adjustments to my teaching. This

assessment would be much more effective and help with the success of the students

on the post-test at the end of the unit.


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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Tom Hurley DATE: 10/17/17 TIME: 84 min SCHOOL: Hopkins Academy
LESSON#: 1 (of unit) FACILITIES: Gym/ Fields CLASS SIZE:10-20 GRADE: 9th-12th
UNIT/THEME: Archery GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 6 targets, 6 groups of 6 arrows, 12 bows, arm protection, 15 quizzes and pencils

FOCUS OF LESSON: Safety, parts of the bow and arrow, 11 steps of how to properly shoot a
bow
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

P) Students will demonstrate how to properly and safely shoot a bow by following each of the 11
steps of how to shoot a bow by the end of the class period (National #(S4.H1.L1) MACF: 2.17

C) Students will be able to identify all the safety components of shooting a bow at the closure of
the lesson. (National# (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.17

A) Students will respect others abilities by encouraging and cheering on others 100% of the class
(National # (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.26

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

1. During the lesson the teacher will bring enthusiasm and energy to the class
2. During the lesson the teacher will give 5 points of positive corrective feedback
3. During the lesson the teacher will uses scanning to stop any safety hazards before they
happen

REFERENCES:
1. WMMSPE. “11 Steps to Archery Success.MOV.” YouTube, YouTube, 16 Nov. 2011,
www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAC-5hXVLPY.
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS


LESSON
Students will get X=Boundaries
changed and start t=Teacher
walking laps around the S=Students
5 min gym while teacher T=Target
takes attendance X X
T
Transition: Students SSSSSSSSS
will sit on the bleachers X
and listen to the X
teacher’s instruction. X t X
Pre-Quiz: S
-Students will take the S
11 steps of how to S
5 min properly shoot a bow S
quiz X
-Teacher will remind X
them that this is not
graded, it is just to see
how much each student
knows about archery I tried to remember
X t X
everything at one time but
S S
Safety: there were some safety
S S
-Girls, Hair up points that I did not
S S
-No loose clothing remember to say until we
S S
-No Necklaces or were outside. But I did
S S
dangling ear rings remind them of all the
X X
-Tuck sweatshirt strings safety before they
into sweatshirt physically shot the bow.
-Never aim the bow at Some things I did helped
anyone me remember certain
-Bow is always pointed things a long the way.
at the target
-If you are shooting It is very important to be
your front foot is on the clear and consistent when
line doing this unit.
10 -If you are handing
min arrows, you walk up
and give one arrow to
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your partner and then


return back to the wall
-When retrieving
arrows, one partner is
holding the target and
one student is pulling
the arrows straight out
-Take one arrow out at
a time X T X
-Make sure NO one is SS T
behind you
-You can only pick up a SS T
bow and arrow once the
teacher says it’s okay SS T
-You can only retrieve
arrows once the teacher SS T
says too X X
-NEED to listen to the
teacher because this can
be very dangerous
-If you do not listen
you will sit of to the
side and lose your
archery privileges

-Teacher will then go


over the parts of the We went over the 11
bow and the arrow steps 4 times in each class
before we went outside.
11 Steps: The first one was the
-Teacher will go over teacher going through the
15 and demo the 11 steps steps and giving
min when the students are demonstrations. The
sitting in the bleachers second and third time was
-There will be bows the students and their
with NO arrows set up partner going through the
in the gym steps as the teacher said
-Students will partner them out loud and went
up and then teacher will around to check to make
go through the 11 steps sure the form was correct.
again with each group The fourth time the
-Teacher will be going students walked the
around and checking teacher through all the
students steps.
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Transition: Teacher
will bring students
5 min outside and one partner
will get a bow and one
partner will get arrows

I walked each group


Partner Shooting: through all the steps for
-Teacher will let the the first 3 arrows then I
students choose their let the students shoot on
own partners. their own pace.
-The teacher and
33 teacher assistant will I had to really remind
min then go around as students of a lot of safety
students are shooting to aspects throughout the
check form first day of shooting.
-Students will then
shoot their first round
on the teachers
command as the teacher
walks students through
it
-Students will then
retrieve arrows with
their partner on the
teachers command
-Then the next students
will go on the teachers
command
-Once teacher thinks
they are ready he will
let them shoot on their
own pace

Transition: Students
3 min will put arrows and
bows away properly

Closure:
-Name a few parts of
5 min the bow and arrow
-Name some steps to
shooting a bow
-Name all the safety
aspects
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Transition:
5 min Teacher will bring
students back inside
and let them change
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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Tom Hurley DATE: 10/19/17 TIME: 84 min SCHOOL: Hopkins Academy
LESSON#: 2 (of unit) FACILITIES: Gym/ Fields CLASS SIZE: GRADE: 9th-12th
UNIT/THEME: Archery GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 6 targets, 6 groups of 6 arrows, 12 bows, arm protection
FOCUS OF LESSON: Shooting and game play
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

P) Students will demonstrate how to properly aim while shooting a bow by hitting the target 1 out
of 6 shots by the end of the class period (National #(S4.H1.L1) MACF: 2.17

C) Students will be able to identify all the safety components of shooting a bow at the closure of
the lesson. (National# (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.17

A) Students will respect others abilities by encouraging and cheering on others 100% of the class
(National # (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.26

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

4. During the lesson the teacher will bring enthusiasm and energy to the class
5. During the lesson the teacher will give 5 points of positive corrective feedback

REFERENCES :
1. PE Central Cues View, www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/cues/ViewCues.asp?ID=3.
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS


LESSON
Students will get X=Boundaries
5 min changed and start T=Teacher
walking laps around the S=Students
gym while teacher T=Target
takes attendance X X
T
Transition: Students SSSSSSSSS
will sit on the bleachers X
and listen to the teacher X
X T X
5 min Safety: Asked the students about
-Teacher will go over S what they remember
the components of the S about safety from last
bow and arrow for a S class instead of telling
review S them everything. I like
-The teacher will also X doing this so I know the
review the 11 steps of X students are engaged and
how to shoot a bow actually listening.
focusing on the keys
words for the students Then I used a white board
-Teacher will remind and labelled it 1-11 and
students of safety had each student come up
and write down one step
5 min Transition: Teacher of how to shoot and the
will bring students key words/phrases that go
outside and one partner with it. This was an
will get a bow and one interactive review.
partner will get arrows

Partner Shooting:
-Teacher will let the
students choose their I walked each student
54 own partners through their first shot
min -Teacher will walk and then I let them go on
students through the 11 their own pace.
steps of how to shoot a
bow for the first couple I really encouraged the
of shots students to have some
friendly competition with
their partner or the
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-Then students will be student next to them. The


able to go on their own students that did that all
pace seemed to be much more
-Students will then engaged and focused on
retrieve arrows with their shooting then the
their partner on the X T X other students.
teachers command. SS T
They will focus on
grabbing the arrow at SS T
the closest point to the
target SS T
-Then the next student
will go on the teacher’s SS T
command X X
-Students will keep
rotating with their
partner the whole class

Extension up: Partners


can play against each
other in a game of tick-
tack-toe or students can
play a game of PIG
with the student that is
shooting next to them

Extension down:
Teacher will put a
colored piece of paper
on the target so the
students have
something bigger and
brighter to aim at

Transition: Students
will help clean up and
5 min put the bows and
arrows safely away

Closure:
-What are some key
5 min points when you are
aiming?
-Did you have any
aiming problems? And
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what did you do to fix


it?

Transition:
5 min Teacher will bring
students back inside
and let them change
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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Tom Hurley DATE: 10/23/17 TIME: 84 min SCHOOL: Hopkins Academy
LESSON#: 3 (of unit) FACILITIES: Gym/ Fields CLASS SIZE: GRADE: 9th-12th
UNIT/THEME: Archery GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 6 targets, 6 groups of 6 arrows, 12 bows, arm protection, deck of cards and a bag
of candy
FOCUS OF LESSON: Shooting and safety
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

P) Students will demonstrate how to properly shoot a bow by demonstrating each of the 11 steps
correctly while they are shooting throughout the whole class. (National #(S4.H1.L1) MACF: 2.17

C) Students will be able to identify all the safety components of shooting a bow at the closure of
the lesson. (National# (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.17

A) Students will respect others abilities by encouraging and cheering on others 100% of the class
(National # (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.26

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

1. During the lesson the teacher will bring enthusiasm and energy to the class
2. During the lesson the teacher will use scanning to stop any safety concerns before they
happen in the class.

REFERENCES :
1. PE Central Cues View, www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/cues/ViewCues.asp?ID=3
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS


LESSON
Students will get X=Boundaries
5 min changed and start t=Teacher
walking laps around the S=Students
gym while teacher takes T=Target
attendance X X
T
Transition: Students SSSSSSSSS
will sit on the bleachers X
and listen to the teacher X

5 min Safety: X T X
-Teacher will go over
the components of the S
bow and arrow for a S
review S
-The teacher will also S
review the 11 steps of X
how to shoot a bow X
focusing on the keys
words for the students
-Teacher will remind
students of safety

Transition: Teacher
5 min will bring students
outside and one partner
will get a bow and one
partner will get arrows
Again, I walked through
Partner Shooting: the first shot for each
-Teacher will let the student and really
students choose their reinforce the students
own partners understanding.
54 -Teacher will walk X t X
min students through the 11 SS T Putting the cards on the
steps of how to shoot a target and giving the
bow for the first shot SS T students a reward kept
-Then students will be them engaged the whole
able to go on their own SS T class and it is something
pace that really helped the
-Students will then SS T students focus and have
retrieve arrows with X X fun at the same time. Also
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their partner on the usung the cards really


teachers command. challenged the students
They will focus on but also made them realize
grabbing the arrow at that they are much better
the closest point to the shooters than they thought
target and I thought that was
-Then the next student awesome. Every student
will go on the teacher’s hit at least one card in all
command my classes.
-Students will keep
rotating with their
partner the whole class

*After the students are


warmed up the teacher
will put 2 playing cards
anywhere on the target.
If the students hit the
playing card with an
arrow then they win a
piece of candy. The
student must wait until
everyone is done
shooting to tell the
teacher they have hit the
card. They must also
point out the shot prior
to pulling out the
arrows. There is no
limit to how much
candy a student can
win.

Extension down:
Teacher will put two
cards next to each other
to make the target a
little bigger

Transition: Students
5 min will help clean up and
put the bows and arrows
safely away

Closure:
5 min
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-What is important
when aiming for a small
target
-Name two safety
aspects

Transition:
Teacher will bring
5 min students back inside and
let them change
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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Tom Hurley DATE: 10/25/17 TIME: 84 min SCHOOL: Hopkins Academy
LESSON#: 4 (of unit) FACILITIES: Gym/ Fields CLASS SIZE: GRADE: 9th-12th
UNIT/THEME: Archery GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 6 targets, 6 groups of 6 arrows, 12 bows, arm protection
FOCUS OF LESSON: Shooting and safety
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

P) Students will demonstrate how to properly aim a bow by adjusting for wind and distance when
called for during the whole class period. (National #(S4.H1.L1) MACF: 2.17

C) Students will be able to identify the 11 steps of how to shoot a bow by scoring a 7 out of 11 on
the quiz. (National# (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.17

A) Students will respect others abilities by encouraging and cheering on others 100% of the class
(National # (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.26

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

3. During the lesson the teacher will bring enthusiasm and energy to the class
4. During the lesson the teacher will use scanning to stop any safety concerns before they
happen in the class.

REFERENCES :
2. 1. WMMSPE. “11 Steps to Archery Success.MOV.” YouTube, YouTube, 16 Nov.
2011, www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAC-5hXVLPY.
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS


LESSON
Students will get X=Boundaries
5 min changed and start t=Teacher
walking laps around the S=Students
gym while teacher takes T=Target
attendance X X
T
Transition: Students SSSSSSSSS
will sit on the bleachers X
and listen to the teacher X

Quiz: X T X All the students seemed


Before the class goes very confident on the quiz.
5 min outside the teacher will S
hand out the same quiz S
the students took on the S
first day. This time it S
will be graded X
X
Transition: Teacher
will bring students
outside and one partner
5 min will get a bow and one
partner will get arrows

Partner Shooting:
-Teacher will let the
students choose their
own partners I changed this up from
-Teacher will walk what I actually had on my
students through the 11 less plan. I randomly
54 steps of how to shoot a though of this activity
min bow for the first shot right before my class and
-Then students will be it seemed to work very
able to go on their own X t X well. Every time a student
pace SS T hit the target 3 or more
-Students will then times in one turn they
retrieve arrows with SS T could move the target
their partner on the back 3-5 steps. If they did
teachers command. SS T not hit the target at all
They will focus on then they had to move the
grabbing the arrow at SS T target up 3 steps. The goal
X X was to get the target as far
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the closest point to the away as possible. This


target gave the students
-Then the next student something to keep
will go on the teacher’s working for and it kept
command challenging them when
-Students will keep they were ready to be
rotating with their challenged.
partner the whole class
The at the end of the class
*After the students are I put cards on the targets
warmed up the teacher and let the students try and
will put 1 playing card win some more candy.
in the middle of the
target to represent a
bullseye. The teacher
will move the targets
back 5 -10 yards and if
the students hit the card
they will earn a piece of
candy.

Extension down:
Teacher will put two
cards next to each other
to make the target a
little bigger

Transition: Students
5 min will help clean up and
put the bows and arrows
safely away

Closure:
5 min -What was important to
keep in mind when
shooting at targets that
are further away?

5 min Transition:
Teacher will bring
students back inside and
let them change
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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Tom Hurley DATE: N/A TIME: 84 min SCHOOL: Hopkins Academy
LESSON#: Weather FACILITIES: Gym/ Fields CLASS SIZE: GRADE: 9th-12th
UNIT/THEME: Archery GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 2 nets, 10 pennies, indoor soccer ball
FOCUS OF LESSON: Shooting and safety
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

P) Students will demonstrate how to properly communicate with teammates by using skills they
have learned from previous teamwork units. (National #(S4.H1.L1) MACF: 2.17

C) Students will be able to identify why team work is so important in sports and how it is so
important for success at the closure of the lesson. (National# (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.17

A) Students will respect others abilities by encouraging and cheering on others 100% of the class
(National # (S4.H2.L1) MACF: 2.26

Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

1. During the lesson the teacher will bring enthusiasm and energy to the class
2. During the lesson the teacher will use continue to give out skill specific feedback to
students

REFERENCES :

1.Wpadminskhdev. “Court & Field Dimension Diagrams in 3D, History, Rules –


SportsKnowHow.com.” Court Field Dimension Diagrams in 3D History Rules
SportsKnowHowcom, www.sportsknowhow.com/team-handball/rules/team-
handball- rules.html.
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS


LESSON
Students will get X=Boundaries
5 min changed and start t=Teacher
walking laps around the S=Students
gym while teacher takes G=Goal
attendance X SS X
T
Transition: Students S
will transition into S S
running laps when S SSS
teacher tells them too X
X
Warm-up:
8 min 5 minutes of jogging X T X
laps
S
Dynamic Stretching S
-High knees, Butt S
kicks S
-Side Shuffles X
-Hop Skip arm swing, X

Transition: Students
5 min will line up on the
sideline of the
basketball court

Handball:
Rules:
-2 teams
-1 foam ball
-2 nets (on the baseline
25 of the basketball court)
min -Cones around the net to
make a crease X t X
-Only the goal is S SSS
allowed to be inside the
crease GS SSSSSG
-If you have the ball
you get 3 steps S S
X X
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-Then you have 4


seconds to pass or shoot
the ball
-If the ball hits the
ground it is a turnover
-After every shot the
ball goes back to the
goalie
-1 point for a shot made
inside the three point
line
-3 points for a shot
made outside the three-
point line
-When on defense you
are not allowed to touch
the person with the ball
-Must be a arms length
away for the person
with the ball
-You are allowed to go
behind the net but you
cannot shoot the ball X t X
from behind the net S SSS

Teacher will split the GS SSSSSG


class into 2 different
teams S S
X X
Transition: Students
will line back up on the
side line

Indoor Soccer:
Rules:
-2 nets (pushed back to
the wall)
25
-2 teams
min
-1 foam soccer ball
-No off sides
-Regular soccer rules
-Penalty shots from the
foul line on the
basketball court and no
one can stand in front of
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the person shooting


besides the goalie
-The goalie is the only
one that can use their
hands

Teacher will split the


class into two teams

Transition: Students
will help clean up and
5 min then line back up on the
line

Closure:
-What teamwork
5 min strategies worked the
best?

Transition:
5 min Teacher will bring
students back inside and
let them change
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References:

Brett. “Compound Bows: Anatomy, Lingo, and Buying Tips.” The Art of Manliness, 8

Oct. 2015, www.artofmanliness.com/2015/10/07/a-primer-on-the-

compound-bow/.

“Genesis® Bows | The Official Website.” Genesis® Bow, www.genesisbow.com/.

PE Central Cues View, www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/cues/ViewCues.asp?ID=3.

The Basics of Target Archery,

hrsbstaff.ednet.ns.ca/shampton/Handouts/Archery/basics_of_target_archer

y.htm.

“11 Steps to Archery Success Mr. Sands.” Quizlet, quizlet.com/16471624/11-steps-

to-archery-success-mr-sands-flash-cards/.