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UTEP PETE Learning Experience Template

University of Texas at El Paso

Kinesiology Physical Education Teacher Education


TED 4698: Student Teaching

Learning Experience Plan


Teachers: Angel Robles Date: 10/1/18
Grade Level: 3-5 Time: 5th grade 8:00 AM- 8:45
AM
4th grade 8:45 AM- 9:30 AM
3rd grade 9:30 AM -10:15 AM
Activities: Frisbee Number of Students: 30-45
Equipment: Frisbees(1 per students), hula hoops (25)
Equipment provided by me: Music
Facility: Open field

OBJECTIVES (2-3 per domain):


Psychomotor:
1. Students will be able to demonstrate the correct form to throw a back-
hand throw
2. Students will be able to demonstrate one of two ways to correctly catch a
Frisbee

Cognitive:
1. Students will understand the mechanic of a centrifugal throw
2. Students will understand the force required to throw a Frisbee

Affective:
1. Students will respect personal space
2. Students will follow rules and correct procedures

TEKS:
.3rd:116.5.
b.1.A. travel in forward, sideways, and backwards and change direction quickly
and safely in dynamic situations.
b.1.J. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as underhand throw,
overhand throw, catch and kick such as position your side to the target.
b.5.A. use equipment safely and properly.
b.5.D. identify exercise precautions such as awareness of temperature and
weather conditions and need for warm-up and cool-down activities.

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b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

4th. 116.6.
b.1.A. demonstrate changes in speed during straight, curved, and zig zag
pathways in dynamic situations.
b.1.H. create a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
b.1.K. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as volleying, hand
dribble, foot dribble, punt, striking with body part, racquet, or bat.
b.2. D. describe key elements of mature movement patterns of throw for distance
or speed such as catch, kick, strike, and jump.
b.5.D. identify potential risks associated with physical activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

5th 116.7.
b.1.C. demonstrate attention to form, power, accuracy, and follow-through in
performing movement skills.
b.1.L. demonstrate combinations of locomotor and manipulative skills in complex
and/or game-like situations such as pivoting and throwing, twisting and striking,
and running and catching.
b.2.A. identify common phases such as preparation, movement, follow through,
or recovery in a variety of movement skills such as tennis serve, handstand, and
free throw
b.5.D. identify potentially dangerous exercises and their adverse effects on the
body.
b.6.B. explain the concept and importance of team work.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

National Standards:

5th:
(S1.E2.5) Uses appropriate pacing for a variety of running
distances.
(S1.E6.5) Applies skill.
(S1.E15.5a) Throws with accuracy, both partners moving
(S2.E3.5a.) Applies movement concepts to strategy in game
situations.
(S4.E4.5) Accepts, recognizes and actively involves others with
both higher and lower skill abilities into physical activities and
group projects.
(s4.E6.5) Applies safety principles with age appropriate physical
activities.

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4th
(S1.E6.4) Combines traveling with manipulative skills of
dribbling, throwing, catching and striking in teacher- and/or
student-designed small-sided practice tasks.
(S1.E15.4) Throws to a moving partner with reasonable accuracy
in a non-dynamic environment (closed skills).
(S2.E3.4b) Applies the concepts of direction and force when
striking an object with a short-handled implement, sending it
toward a designated target.
(S4.E4.4b) Accepts players of all skill levels into the physical
activity.
(S4.E6.5) Works safely with peers and equipment in physical
activity settings.

3rd
(S1.S6.3) Performs a sequence of locomotor skills, transitioning
from one skill to another smoothly and without hesitation.
(S2.E3.3) Combines movement concepts(direction, levels, force,
time) with skills as directed by the teacher.
(S4.E4.3a) Works cooperatively with others.
(S4.E5.3) Recognizes the role of rules and etiquette in physical
activity with peers

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DIAGRAM AND PRE-CLASS ARRANGEMENT (include specifics):

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Lesson Plan Content


Time Content Development Management 1. Task Analysis
and Safety; 2. Teaching
includes cues/Refinement
Transitions
SET Induction/HOOK START SIGNAL:
Who knows how a Frisbee works Music starts
when it flies?
STOP SIGNALS
Attention Getter: Music stops
Whistle blow pattern

ORIENTATION
Today we will be working on
our Frisbee throws and on
catching. We will work up our
skills in order to play a Frisbee Transition 1:
tournament at the end of the Students will move
towards the open
week.
field

WARM-UP
Everybody finds a open yellow
spot and they will go through
their routine that involves
exercises and a lap.
CUES:
L-shaped throw
Follow through
Transition 2:
Where are students
LESSON FOCUS/SKILL moving to or
BUILDING ACTIVITY towards? TASK
Today we will learn the correct ANALYSIS:
form to throw a Frisbee. I will Students will be
show you how to throw a evaluated on their
backhand throw and how to SAFETY: form and if they
correctly catch a Frisbee. We List any safety reach the Frisbee.
will also have a small game at precautions to let
students know about.
the end that you will be able to
get Starbucks from.

DIFFERENTIATION
Differentiation can be achieved
through an adjustment in the
distance between the throwers

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and the targets and the


material that the Frisbee is
made of.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
Students are expected to be
able to catch and throw a
Frisbee accurate from at least
5 feet away.
Psychomotor:
Throwing and catching of the Frisbee

Cognitive:
Understanding the importance of
release points

Affective:
Making sure that you don’t hit
anybody with a Frisbee
Time Content Development Management 1. Task Analysis
2. Teaching
Cues/Refinement
D SKILL APPLICATION Transition 3: CUES:
ACTIVITY Where are students L-shaped throw
moving to or towards?
There will be cones set in Follow through
front of groups of 6. There
will be multiple rounds in
which they will throw the
Frisbees and try and get the
SAFETY:
Frisbees to land inside hula List any safety
hoops. At the end of the precautions to let
rounds, the group who has students know about. TASK ANALYSIS:
the most points wins Students will be
Starbucks. evaluated on how
DIFFERENTIATION accurate they are
Students will be able to take with their throws and
a step towards the hula if they adjust their
hoops if they cannot reach throws
the Frisbee.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
Students are expected to
make at least 1/3 of the
throws while being honest.
Psychomotor: Transition 4:
Aiming towards the target Where are students
moving to or towards?
Cognitive:

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Students will gauge their


strength

Affective:
Students will be honest on
whether the Frisbee stayed in
the hula hoops

Debrief/Closing/Cool
Down (what, so what, now
what):
Psychomotor
Can someone show me correct
form for a throw?

Cognitive:
What force acts upon a Frisbee?

Affective:
What type of policy do we have in
class?

Insight/Preview:
Tomorrow we will be working on
throwing in specific patterns

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University of Texas at El Paso

Kinesiology Physical Education Teacher Education


TED 4698: Student Teaching

Learning Experience Plan


Teachers: Angel Robles Date: 10/2/18
Grade Level: 3-5 Time:5th grade 8:00 AM- 8:45
AM
4th grade 8:45 AM- 9:30 AM
3rd grade 9:30 AM -10:15 AM
Activities: Frisbee Number of Students: 30-45
Equipment: Frisbees (1 per 2 students), cones (6 per 10
students)
Equipment provided by me: Music
Facility: Open field

OBJECTIVES (2-3 per domain):


Psychomotor:
3. Students will be able to demonstrate the correct form to throw a back-
hand throw
4. Students will be able to combine two out of the three skills: running,
catching and throwing
Cognitive:
3. Students will understand the mechanic of a centrifugal throw
4. Students will understand the force required to throw a Frisbee for it to
reach a specific length

Affective:
3. Students will respect personal space
4. Students will follow rules and correct procedures

TEKS:
.3rd:116.5.
b.1.A. travel in forward, sideways, and backwards and change direction quickly
and safely in dynamic situations.
b.1.J. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as underhand throw,
overhand throw, catch and kick such as position your side to the target.

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b.5.A. use equipment safely and properly.


b.5.D. identify exercise precautions such as awareness of temperature and
weather conditions and need for warm-up and cool-down activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

4th. 116.6.
b.1.A. demonstrate changes in speed during straight, curved, and zig zag
pathways in dynamic situations.
b.1.H. create a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
b.1.K. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as volleying, hand
dribble, foot dribble, punt, striking with body part, racquet, or bat.
b.2. D. describe key elements of mature movement patterns of throw for distance
or speed such as catch, kick, strike, and jump.
b.5.D. identify potential risks associated with physical activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

5th 116.7.
b.1.C. demonstrate attention to form, power, accuracy, and follow-through in
performing movement skills.
b.1.L. demonstrate combinations of locomotor and manipulative skills in complex
and/or game-like situations such as pivoting and throwing, twisting and striking,
and running and catching.
b.2.A. identify common phases such as preparation, movement, follow through,
or recovery in a variety of movement skills such as tennis serve, handstand, and
free throw
b.5.D. identify potentially dangerous exercises and their adverse effects on the
body.
b.6.B. explain the concept and importance of team work.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

National Standards:
.
5th:
(S1.E2.5) Uses appropriate pacing for a variety of running
distances.
(S1.E6.5) Applies skill.
(S1.E15.5a) Throws with accuracy, both partners moving
(S2.E3.5a.) Applies movement concepts to strategy in game
situations.
(S4.E4.5) Accepts, recognizes and actively involves others with
both higher and lower skill abilities into physical activities and
group projects.

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(s4.E6.5) Applies safety principles with age appropriate physical


activities.

4th
(S1.E6.4) Combines traveling with manipulative skills of
dribbling, throwing, catching and striking in teacher- and/or
student-designed small-sided practice tasks.
(S1.E15.4) Throws to a moving partner with reasonable accuracy
in a non-dynamic environment (closed skills).
(S2.E3.4b) Applies the concepts of direction and force when
striking an object with a short-handled implement, sending it
toward a designated target.
(S4.E4.4b) Accepts players of all skill levels into the physical
activity.
(S4.E6.5) Works safely with peers and equipment in physical
activity settings.

3rd
(S1.S6.3) Performs a sequence of locomotor skills, transitioning
from one skill to another smoothly and without hesitation.
(S2.E3.3) Combines movement concepts(direction, levels, force,
time) with skills as directed by the teacher.
(S4.E4.3a) Works cooperatively with others.
(S4.E5.3) Recognizes the role of rules and etiquette in physical
activity with peers

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DIAGRAM AND PRE-CLASS ARRANGEMENT (include specifics):

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Lesson Plan Content


Time Content Development Management 1. Task Analysis
and Safety; 2. Teaching
includes cues/Refinement
Transitions
SET Induction/HOOK START SIGNAL:
Who knows how a Frisbee works Music starts
when it flies?
STOP SIGNALS
Attention Getter: Music stops
Whistle blow pattern

ORIENTATION
Today we will be working on
our throwing and our catching
coordination. Catching is
important because it is used in Transition 1:
order to move the Frisbee into Students will move
towards the open
the scoring area.
field

WARM-UP
Everybody finds a open yellow CUES:
spot and they will go through L-shaded throw
their routine that involves Follow through with
exercises and a lap. throw

Transition 2:
Where are students
LESSON FOCUS/SKILL moving to or
BUILDING ACTIVITY towards?
We will work on throwing and TASK
catching today, if we have ANALYSIS:
enough time we will work on a I will be looking out
running and throwing drill that SAFETY: for completions and
can be used in an actual game List any safety watching form.
of ultimate Frisbee. First, we precautions to let
students know about.
will throw with a partner and
then we will work on our start
throw challenge.

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DIFFERENTIATION
Students will have the abilities
to switch out the Frisbee for a
softer Frisbee when needed.
They will also be able to adjust
their distances.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
I expect for students to keep
Frisbee drops to a minimal and
for nobody to get hurt
Psychomotor:
Throwing and catching

Cognitive:
Recognizing strength needed to
reach Frisbee

Affective:
Making sure that we have enough
space (personal space)
Time Content Development Management 3. Task Analysis
4. Teaching
Cues/Refinement
SKILL APPLICATION Transition 3: CUES:
ACTIVITY Where are students L-shaped throw
moving to or towards?
We will be working on a skill Follow through with
drill called triangle walks. your throw
This will allow for students
to throw a Frisbee then run
and set up to catch a throw.
SAFETY:
This process will be List any safety
repeated until they finish precautions to let
down the path of cones. students know about.
TASK ANALYSIS:
DIFFERENTIATION I will continue to look
If students are having a out for form in the
hard time getting to a cone catching and in the
in time, the rate at which throwing.
they run, and throw can be
set to a brisk walk.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
I expect for all the students
to hustle.
Psychomotor:
Running to the next cone, Transition 4:

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throwing and catching Where are students


moving to or towards?
Cognitive:
Remembering the sequence of
throw, run and catch

Affective:
Team work in getting the Frisbee
all the way down the cones

Debrief/Closing/Cool
Down (what, so what, now
what):
Psychomotor
Who can remember the proper
form of a throw?

Cognitive:
Who can remember the sequence
of our throwing drill?

Affective:
Did we throw the Frisbee if our
partner wasn’t there?

Insight/Preview:
Tomorrow we will work on offense
and defense and play a small
game of Frisbee.

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University of Texas at El Paso

Kinesiology Physical Education Teacher Education


TED 4698: Student Teaching

Learning Experience Plan


Teachers: Angel Robles Date: 10/3/18
Grade Level: 3-5 Time: 5th grade 8:00 AM- 8:45
AM
4th grade 8:45 AM- 9:30 AM
3rd grade 9:30 AM -10:15 AM
Activities: Frisbee Number of Students: 30-45
Equipment: Frisbees (1 per 2 students), cones (40), hula hoops
(5)
Equipment provided by me: Music
Facility: Open field

OBJECTIVES (2-3 per domain):


Psychomotor:
5. Students will be able to demonstrate how to use body to throw for distance
6. Students will be able to demonstrate proper form for pivot

Cognitive:
5. Students will understand when a pivot is needed
6. Students will understand the force required to throw a Frisbee a specific
distance

Affective:
5. Students will respect personal space
6. Students will follow rules and correct procedures

TEKS:
.3rd:116.5.
b.1.A. travel in forward, sideways, and backwards and change direction quickly
and safely in dynamic situations.
b.1.J. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as underhand throw,
overhand throw, catch and kick such as position your side to the target.
b.5.A. use equipment safely and properly.

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b.5.D. identify exercise precautions such as awareness of temperature and


weather conditions and need for warm-up and cool-down activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

4th. 116.6.
b.1.A. demonstrate changes in speed during straight, curved, and zig zag
pathways in dynamic situations.
b.1.H. create a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
b.1.K. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as volleying, hand
dribble, foot dribble, punt, striking with body part, racquet, or bat.
b.2. D. describe key elements of mature movement patterns of throw for distance
or speed such as catch, kick, strike, and jump.
b.5.D. identify potential risks associated with physical activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

5th 116.7.
b.1.C. demonstrate attention to form, power, accuracy, and follow-through in
performing movement skills.
b.1.L. demonstrate combinations of locomotor and manipulative skills in complex
and/or game-like situations such as pivoting and throwing, twisting and striking,
and running and catching.
b.2.A. identify common phases such as preparation, movement, follow through,
or recovery in a variety of movement skills such as tennis serve, handstand, and
free throw
b.5.D. identify potentially dangerous exercises and their adverse effects on the
body.
b.6.B. explain the concept and importance of team work.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

National Standards:

5th:
(S1.E2.5) Uses appropriate pacing for a variety of running
distances.
(S1.E6.5) Applies skill.
(S1.E15.5a) Throws with accuracy, both partners moving
(S2.E3.5a.) Applies movement concepts to strategy in game
situations.
(S4.E4.5) Accepts, recognizes and actively involves others with
both higher and lower skill abilities into physical activities and
group projects.

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(s4.E6.5) Applies safety principles with age appropriate physical


activities.

4th
(S1.E6.4) Combines traveling with manipulative skills of
dribbling, throwing, catching and striking in teacher- and/or
student-designed small-sided practice tasks.
(S1.E15.4) Throws to a moving partner with reasonable accuracy
in a nondynamic environment (closed skills).
(S2.E3.4b) Applies the concepts of direction and force when
striking an object with a short-handled implement, sending it
toward a designated target.
(S4.E4.4b) Accepts players of all skill levels into the physical
activity.
(S4.E6.5) Works safely with peers and equipment in physical
activity settings.

3rd
(S1.S6.3) Performs a sequence of locomotor skills, transitioning
from one skill to another smoothly and without hesitation.
(S2.E3.3) Combines movement concepts(direction, levels, force,
time) with skills as directed by the teacher.
(S4.E4.3a) Works cooperatively with others.
(S4.E5.3) Recognizes the role of rules and etiquette in physical
activity with peers

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DIAGRAM AND PRE-CLASS ARRANGEMENT (include specifics):

Class warm-up Partner warm-up

Distance throw exercise Head, shoulders, knees and cone

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Lesson Plan Content


Time Content Development Management 1. Task Analysis
and Safety; 2. Teaching
includes cues/Refinement
Transitions
SET Induction/HOOK START SIGNAL:
Who knows how a Frisbee works Music starts
when it flies?
STOP SIGNALS
Attention Getter: Music stops
Whistle blow pattern

ORIENTATION
Today we will be working on
our Frisbee offensive and
defense strategies
Transition 1:
WARM-UP Students will move
towards the open
Everybody finds an open
field
yellow spot and they will go
through their routine that
involves exercises and a lap. CUES:
They will also get their hearts L-shape throw
going with a head, shoulder,
knees, and cone instant activity
to get the student’s heart beat
going.

Transition 2:
From the field to the
cones
TASK
LESSON FOCUS/SKILL ANALYSIS:
BUILDING ACTIVITY I will look out for
Today we will work on our SAFETY: how aggressive
throwing form in order to Stay hydrated people are on
increase our accuracy with our Check your shoes defense and on
throwing Frisbee. We will work how many
on our partner toss first and completions there
then move onto the mechanics are on each team
of throwing for distance which
will cover what we need in
order to be able to throw the

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Frisbee for a longer distance.


DIFFERENTIATION
There will be multiple types of
Frisbees that change in the
material that they are made of.
If a Frisbee is too hard, they
will switch their Frisbee that is
lighter and softer.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
I expect students to be working
on their form for throwing and
catching.
Psychomotor:
Switching stances in order to adjust
to a throw

Cognitive:
Knowing how hard someone needs in
order to throw a certain distance.

Affective:
Following the rules and respecting
each other’s personal space
Time Content Development Management 5. Task Analysis
6. Teaching
Cues/Refinement
SKILL APPLICATION Transition 3: CUES:
ACTIVITY We will stay under the Crocodile catch
shade of the big kid’s
We will be playing on an jungle gym
L-shape throw
open field and try and throw Cover man-to-man
our Frisbees into hoops.
The students will be allowed
to throw as hard and as far
as they want in order to SAFETY:
throw the Frisbee through -make sure to stay
the stand-up hoops. They hydrated
will also be allowed one -make sure your TASK ANALYSIS:
round where they see who shoes are tied Students will be
can throw the Frisbee the evaluated depending
furthest. on how accurate the
students throw their
DIFFERENTIATION Frisbees
Students will be able to
choose from different
Frisbees and Frisbee
materials. They will also be

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allowed to run into their


throw in order to make their
Frisbee go further.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: Transition 4:


I expect for minimum injury We will work towards
and for students to follow the black top
the rules of when to throw
and when to pick up the
Frisbees.
Psychomotor:
Throwing using appropriate
mechanics

Cognitive:
Creating a strategy on how to
score

Affective:
Respecting each other’s space
within the activity

Debrief/Closing/Cool
Down (what, so what, now
what):
Psychomotor
Who can show me proper form for
a long throw?

Cognitive:
Who can tell me what to do when
someone is covering me?

Affective:
What were the rules of ultimate
Frisbee?

Insight/Preview:
Tomorrow we will begin our
Frisbee Golf Course.

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University of Texas at El Paso

Kinesiology Physical Education Teacher Education


TED 4698: Student Teaching

Learning Experience Plan


Teachers: Angel Robles Date: 10/4/18
Grade Level: 3-5 Time: 5th grade 8:00 AM- 8:45
AM
4th grade 8:45 AM- 9:30 AM
3rd grade 9:30 AM -10:15 AM
Activities: Frisbee Number of Students: 30-45
Equipment: Frisbees (1 per 2 students), cones (40 cones)
Equipment provided by me: Music
Facility: Open field

OBJECTIVES (2-3 per domain):


Psychomotor:
7. Students will be able to demonstrate offensive and defensive strategies
8. Students will be able to demonstrate a combination of two of three skills:
running, throwing, and catching

Cognitive:
7. Students will understand coordination and strategy
8. Students will understand the force required to throw a Frisbee a specific
distance

Affective:
7. Students will respect personal space
8. Students will follow rules and correct procedures

TEKS:
.3rd:116.5.
b.1.A. travel in forward, sideways, and backwards and change direction quickly
and safely in dynamic situations.
b.1.J. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as underhand throw,
overhand throw, catch and kick such as position your side to the target.
b.5.A. use equipment safely and properly.

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b.5.D. identify exercise precautions such as awareness of temperature and


weather conditions and need for warm-up and cool-down activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

4th. 116.6.
b.1.A. demonstrate changes in speed during straight, curved, and zig zag
pathways in dynamic situations.
b.1.H. create a movement sequence with a beginning, middle, and end.
b.1.K. demonstrate key elements in manipulative skills such as volleying, hand
dribble, foot dribble, punt, striking with body part, racquet, or bat.
b.2. D. describe key elements of mature movement patterns of throw for distance
or speed such as catch, kick, strike, and jump.
b.5.D. identify potential risks associated with physical activities.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

5th 116.7.
b.1.C. demonstrate attention to form, power, accuracy, and follow-through in
performing movement skills.
b.1.L. demonstrate combinations of locomotor and manipulative skills in complex
and/or game-like situations such as pivoting and throwing, twisting and striking,
and running and catching.
b.2.A. identify common phases such as preparation, movement, follow through,
or recovery in a variety of movement skills such as tennis serve, handstand, and
free throw
b.5.D. identify potentially dangerous exercises and their adverse effects on the
body.
b.6.B. explain the concept and importance of team work.
b.7.A. follow rules, procedures, and etiquette.

National Standards:
5th:
(S1.E2.5) Uses appropriate pacing for a variety of running
distances.
(S1.E6.5) Applies skill.
(S1.E15.5a) Throws with accuracy, both partners moving
(S2.E3.5a.) Applies movement concepts to strategy in game
situations.
(S4.E4.5) Accepts, recognizes and actively involves others with
both higher and lower skill abilities into physical activities and
group projects.
(s4.E6.5) Applies safety principles with age appropriate physical
activities.

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4th
(S1.E6.4) Combines traveling with manipulative skills of
dribbling, throwing, catching and striking in teacher- and/or
student-designed small-sided practice tasks.
(S1.E15.4) Throws to a moving partner with reasonable accuracy
in a non-dynamic environment (closed skills).
(S2.E3.4b) Applies the concepts of direction and force when
striking an object with a short-handled implement, sending it
toward a designated target.
(S4.E4.4b) Accepts players of all skill levels into the physical
activity.
(S4.E6.5) Works safely with peers and equipment in physical
activity settings.

3rd
(S1.S6.3) Performs a sequence of locomotor skills, transitioning
from one skill to another smoothly and without hesitation.
(S2.E3.3) Combines movement concepts(direction, levels, force,
time) with skills as directed by the teacher.
(S4.E4.3a) Works cooperatively with others.
(S4.E5.3) Recognizes the role of rules and etiquette in physical
activity with peers

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DIAGRAM AND PRE-CLASS ARRANGEMENT (include specifics):

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UTEP PETE Learning Experience Template

Lesson Plan Content


Time Content Development Management 1. Task Analysis
and Safety; 2. Teaching
includes cues/Refinement
Transitions
SET Induction/HOOK START SIGNAL:
Who knows how a Frisbee works Music starts
when it flies?
STOP SIGNALS
Attention Getter: Music stops
Whistle blow pattern

ORIENTATION
Today we will be working on
our Frisbee tournament

WARM-UP Transition 1:
Everybody finds an open Students will move
towards the open
yellow spot and they will go
field
through their routine that
involves exercises and a lap.
CUES:
L-shape throw

LESSON FOCUS/SKILL
BUILDING ACTIVITY
Today we will on getting the
Transition 2:
Frisbee down the field without From the field to the
dropping it while everybody cones
touches the Frisbee at least TASK
once. We will start at one cone ANALYSIS:
and work towards the other I will look out for
cone on the other side of the SAFETY: how aggressive
field. We cannot drop the Stay hydrated people are on
Frisbee, if we do then we start Check your shoes defense and on
all over again. how many
completions there
DIFFERENTIATION are on each team
We will use softer Frisbees if
students are having trouble
catching the harder Frisbee. I

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will also allow for one Frisbee


drop if someone needs extra
help with catching.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS:
I expect students to be honest
when it comes to dropping the
Frisbee and for nobody to get
hurt with a Frisbee.
Psychomotor:
Students will run to a spot for a throw
in order to keep the Frisbee going

Cognitive:
Finding the fastest way to the cone

Affective:
Following the rules and being honest
Time Content Development Management 7. Task Analysis
8. Teaching
Cues/Refinement
SKILL APPLICATION Transition 3: CUES:
ACTIVITY We will stay under the Crocodile catch
shade of the big kid’s
We will start our Frisbee jungle gym
L-shape throw
tournament that will last 5 Cover man-to-man
minutes. All rules of ultimate
Frisbee will apply and girls
who score will count as
twice the points. SAFETY:
-make sure to stay
DIFFERENTIATION hydrated
I will make two different -make sure your TASK ANALYSIS:
games based on skills. I will shoes are tied Students will be
also increase the counter to evaluated depending
15 instead of 10. on how many throws
are completed and
STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: on how good the
I expect for minimum injury team does.
and for students to follow
the rules and apply our
paper, scissor, rock rule
when needed.
Psychomotor:
Throwing and catching while
using appropriate mechanics
Transition 4:
Cognitive: We will work towards

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Creating a strategy on how to the black top


score

Affective:
Working as a team while following
the rules

Debrief/Closing/Cool
Down (what, so what, now
what):
Psychomotor
Who can show me a proper
throw?

Cognitive:
Who can tell me what to do when
someone is covering me?

Affective:
What were the rules of ultimate
Frisbee?

Insight/Preview:
Tomorrow we will begin our
football lessons.

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