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									Physical Education Lesson Plan
Grade: 11        Unit/Lesson: Lesson 1 of Flag Football                                 Date: October 23rd, 2008

General
Outcomes




              Activity          Benefits Health                      Cooperation                     Do it Daily…For Life!
                 *                     *                                 *                                      *
Specific   Basic    Applic-    Func-     Body    Well-   Comm-        Fair   Leader-   Team-   Effort   Safety   Goal        Active
Outcomes   Skills   ation of   tional    Image   being   unication    Play   ship      work                      Setting/-   Living in
                    Basic      Fitness                                                                           Personal    the
                    Skills                                                                                       Challenge   Community
             *                   *                *         *          *       *         *       *        *

Introduction/Warm-up (8:00-8:10)
 Welcome to the class and to the flag football unit
 Very brief review of rules and administration
       o When you hear the horn in class; freeze and wait for instruction
       o Whistle will only be used during games; signals stop in play
       o Warning system:
                  1st warning: verbal
                  2nd warning: talk with me after class
                  3rd warning: written essay
                  4th warning: talk with your folks
       o Assessment:
                  Unit total is /50 and is broken down into:
                           Skill assessment: /9
                           Attendance: /7
                           Effort: /10
                           Participation: /10
                           Written assignment: /14

 Unit overview :
       o Goals & Objectives
                Have fun
                Have students learn the main points of six basic skills necessary to play flag football
                        Throwing
                        Catching
                        Running with football
                        Hand-offs
                        Defense
                        Flag pulling
                Help each student feel they have improved their skills and have successfully
                  implemented them in game situations
                Learn 6 essential rules of the game so they can play outside of class
                Expose students to CFL and other opportunities to watch and become involved in the
                  sport
       o Unit will be a simulation of a football season
                Day 1: Training camp
                Days 2-4: Skill clinics
                Day 5: Assessment
                Day 6: Coaching and strategy session
                Day 7: Grey Cup Final
 Outline history of flag football:
       o Version of original tackle football
       o Basic rules of the game are similar to those of tackle
       o Instead of tackling players to the ground, the defensive team must remove a flag or flag belt
            from the ball carrier ("de-flagging")
       o Was designed in an effort to minimize injuries that playing tackle football could bring
       o Over the years many leagues have emerged
       o 1st organized games in the 1930s
       o Played on military bases in the 1940s as a recreational sport
 Divide into 4 teams:
       o Team 1: Hamilton Tiger-Cats
                  Julia
                  Lauren
                  Steff
                  Zach
       o Team 2: Montreal Aloutettes
                  Andrea
                  Kyle
                  Nektaria
                  Sandy
       o Team 3: Calgary Stampeders
                  Julie
                  Kara
                  Kris
                  Val
       o Team 4: Saskatchewan Roughriders
                  Breanne
                  Jenna
                  Steve

 Video Clip of a flag football game
       o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E2MYf_pShw&feature=related
       o Show the clip right before we begin games to get them excited about the unit
       o Clip has good examples of the skills, rules and positions that I will be teaching



Learning Activities/Teaching Strategies (8:10-8:30)
 Assess pre-unit skills through modified games
 Football Relays
       o Each team is a relay group
       o Have each student put on a flag belt
       o Each group must navigate the relay and then perform a task at the end
       o Relay 1:
                1. Start on the end line of the basketball court
                2. Person at the front of the line starts with the football & passes between their legs (with
                     one hand) to the next person in line until the ball reaches the last person in line
                3. Last person in line sprints to half
                4. Weave through the cones to the opposite end line
                5. Side shuffle through cones on the way back
                6. Sprint back to the end line at hand the ball to the next person in line
                7. Before they can run, you have to pull their flag off
                 Task: come up with 2 things you know about football as a group
       o Relay 2:
                 Repeat steps 1-5
                     Instead of sprinting back to the end line and passing the ball off, student will throw the
                      ball to the next person in line
                     When the ball is caught the next person can start to run; thrower must pull flag of
                      runner off on their way back to the end line
                     Task: see how many positions in football you can think of
 Football Frenzy
       o See diagram on page 4
       o Keep the same 4 groups as in the relay
       o Line up 8 nerf balls along the centre line
       o Use the basketball court as a boundary: send Calgary and Hamilton to one side of centre as
            throwers and Montreal and Riders to the other 2 halves to the other half of centre as catchers
       o Students on 1 side of half are catchers and students on the other side of half are throwers
       o Catchers may roam anywhere on their side of half, but throwers must stay behind the volleyball
            court line
       o Calgary throwers are trying to throw to Riders catchers and Hamilton throwers are trying to
            throw to Montreal catchers (East vs. West)
       o If a catcher makes a successful catch, they go over to the thrower side to pass as well
       o If they drop the pass, they pass the ball back to the throwing side and try again
       o Each team is trying to get all of their catchers to the throwing side
       o Catchers cannot intercept the passes thrown by the opposite colour throwers
       o Throwers and catchers will switch after all of the catchers have made it to the throwing side
 Air Assault Football:
       o Two teams will play on one basketball court and two teams will play on the other basketball
            court
       o Divide the class into their teams and send 1 team to each side of the centre line (boundaries are
            the basketball court)
       o The game is started with a throw from one team (all members must be behind the end line) –
            other team can be scattered anywhere on their side of half
       o The object is to pass the ball over the opposing team’s end line, but the ball may only be
            advanced by passing (no running allowed)
       o The player has 3 steamboats (counted aloud) to pass to another teammate or the ball is turned
            over to the other team
       o If the ball is dropped or intercepted the other team takes over from the point of drop/interception
       o When the ball is successfully thrown over the end line, the team who scored the point restarts
            the game with a throw from behind their end line
       o If time allows, combine two teams and have one big game using both of the courts


Closure/Cool-down (8:30-8:35)
 Tell them to stretch while you talk
 Hand-out for lesson 2
        o New rules (downs, timing)
        o New positions (quarterback, wide receiver)
        o New skills (throwing, catching)
 Ask students to review hand-out for next class
 Hand-out information sheet on the research project:
        o Research CFL player from your respective teams
        o Due on the last day of class
 Remind them of the Calgary/Hamilton CFL game on the 24th
        o They need to watch at least one quarter

Assessment/Evaluation/Comments
   Observation of basic skill set
   Research project on CFL player on your team
   Watch CFL game on 24th – be ready to discuss



Equipment              Safety Considerations
   8 nerf footballs      Gym strip & sneakers
   16 flag belts         Safe and clear gym space
   20 pylons             Using a nerf ball
   4 red pinnies         No tackling
   4 yellow pinnies
   4 green pinnies
   4 blue pinnies



Activity Diagrams/Set-up

Football frenzy:


                       Catchers:
                       Montreal
                       Saskatchewan




                                                 Nerf
                                               Footballs




                                 Throwers:
                                 Calgary
                                 Hamilton
Physical Education Lesson Plan
Grade: 11        Unit/Lesson: Lesson 2 of Flag Football                                     Date: October 23rd, 2008

General
Outcomes




                  Activity          Benefits Health                      Cooperation                     Do it Daily…For Life!
                     *                     *                                 *                                      *
Specific       Basic    Applic-    Func-     Body    Well-   Comm-        Fair   Leader-   Team-   Effort   Safety   Goal        Active
Outcomes       Skills   ation of   tional    Image   being   unication    Play   ship      work                      Setting/-   Living in
                        Basic      Fitness                                                                           Personal    the
                        Skills                                                                                       Challenge   Community
                 *          *        *                *         *          *                 *       *        *


Introduction/Warm-up (8:40-8:42)
 Ask what skills from modified games in lesson 1 relate to football?
       o Relay:
                  Snaps/huts
                  Ball carrying
                  Throwing
                  Flag pulling
                  Hand-offs
       o Football Frenzy:
                  Throwing
                  Catching
                  Spatial awareness
       o Air Assault Football:
                  Throwing
                  Catching
                  Spacing
                  Defense
 Goals for the day
       o Have fun!
       o Students should learn and understand new rules, skills and positions well enough to implement
            them in a modified game at the end of class

Learning Activities/Teaching Strategies (8:42-9:10)
 Have everyone grab a football and form a semi-circle around me
 Review and elaborate on 3 main skill points of throwing and catching; do a demonstration
       o Throwing:
               1. Hand and arm position. Fingers on the laces, arm at 90 degrees (form an “L”),
                   football beside your ear.
               2. Body position. Parallel to target, feet shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent.
               3. Release. Ball will roll off index and middle fingers, thumb will point to the ground,
                   follow-through to opposite hip

           o    Catching:
                    1. Keep your eyes on the ball at all times. Every time you take your eyes off the ball
                        you increase your chances of dropping it.
                    2. Make a triangle with both hands, palms facing away from your body. Thumbs
                        pointing at each other, all other fingers pointing up
                    3. Cushion the ball, absorbing the force of the throw

 Have everyone get a partner with a 1 football between each pair
         o Ask them to throw and catch while thinking about the main skill points of throwing & catching
         o Mingle among pairs and give encouragement and feedback
         o If the pair is very proficient, have them step back from each other
         o Bring them back in with the horn
   Introduce quarterback and wide receiver position and responsibilities
         o Ask them what position they think corresponds with throwing the football (quarterback)
                   QB is the “head” of the offense
                   QB has 3 options after receiving the snap from the centre (we’ll be learning about the
                       centre next lesson)
                   QB can pass to receiver, hand-off to running back or run with the ball themselves
         o Ask them what position they think corresponds with catching the football (receiver)
                   Responsibility of the WR is to catch passes from the quarterback
                   Must also have some great TD celebration dances
   Introduce passing routes:
         o Ask each pair to grab 2 cones and place 1 cone on the side line and 1 cone on a line about 10
              yards away (spread the groups out)
         o Have partners start out side by side; partner without the ball must run to the cone and then GO...
                   Around the cone, to the left, to the right, straight ahead, etc.
                   Remind them to be aware of others around them
         o Bring the class back in and have different people demonstrate the movement they made
                   Tell them the name of the route that they ran
                   Draw the route on the whiteboard
                            In route: run straight to cone, plant outside foot and run in straight line to
                                middle of the field
                            Out route: run straight to cone, plant outside foot and run in straight line to
                                sideline
                            Post route: run straight to cone, then cut to goal-post (diagonal cut)
                            Flag route: run straight to cone; then cut to the flag (diagonal cut)
                            Hook/curl route: run straight to cone, run around cone and back toward QB
                            Fly route: run straight past cone, don’t stop
         o It time permits, have partners go back and run different routes to practice
                   Call out a route and have them all run it
   Introduce downs and timing
         o Downs:
                   The offensive team always starts on their own 5 yard line
                   The offensive team has 4 downs to score a touchdown
         o Timing:
                   The offensive team has 30 seconds to set up their play
                   The offensive team has 10 seconds to snap the ball
                   The defense must wait 7 steamboats before rushing the QB (call the steamboats out
                       loud)
   End with a modified game that allows practice of new skills, rules, routes
         o Have them in their teams with pinnies on
         o Have a game going on in each court
         o Start on the 5 yard line
         o 1 QB starts with the ball (rest of team are receivers)
                   Remind them to rotate in new QB each play
         o Only passing plays
                   Remind them of the routes we learned in class
         o Call 7 steamboats aloud before rushing the QB
         o If there is an interception, it’s a lost down (no rushing the ball back the other way)
         o Remind them that there is no blocking or holding in flag football

Closure/Cool-down (9:10-9:15)
 Preview to next class
       o Snaps, ball carrying, hand-offs
       o Wide receiver and centre positions
       o Scoring and dead balls
 Hand-out for lesson 3 (new rules, skills, positions)
 Ask them to review sheet for next class

Assessment/Evaluation/Comments
        Observation of throwing and catching skills

Equipment              Safety Considerations
   16 footballs          Gym strip & sneakers
   16 cones              Safe and clear gym space
   Whiteboard            “Head’s up” yell for errant throws
   Markers               No tackling
   4 red pinnies
   4 yellow pinnies
   4 green pinnies
   4 blue pinnies
   16 flag belts
Physical Education Lesson Plan
Grade: 11       Unit/Lesson: Lesson 4 of Flag Football                                      Date: October 23rd, 2008

General
Outcomes




                  Activity          Benefits Health                      Cooperation                     Do it Daily…For Life!
                     *                     *                                 *                                      *
Specific       Basic    Applic-    Func-     Body    Well-   Comm-        Fair   Leader-   Team-   Effort   Safety   Goal        Active
Outcomes       Skills   ation of   tional    Image   being   unication    Play   ship      work                      Setting/-   Living in
                        Basic      Fitness                                                                           Personal    the
                        Skills                                                                                       Challenge   Community
                 *          *        *                *         *          *                 *       *        *


Introduction/Warm-up (8:00-8:02)
 Quick review of lesson 3 (skills, rules, positions)
       o Student demonstration of:
       o Snaps
       o Ball-carrying
       o Hand-offs
 Goal for the day
       o Learn some defensive skills and strategy and practice skills from lessons 2-3 so that by the end
            of lesson 4, the scrimmages will be relatively game-like

Learning Activities/Teaching Strategies (8:02-8:34)
 Introduce defensive tackle and cornerback position and responsibilities
       o Defensive Tackle:
                 DT’s main responsibility is to stop the running back from progressing with the football
                 DT may also put pressure on the QB if it is a passing play
       o Cornerback:
                1. CB’s main responsibility is to prevent the wide receiver from catching the ball or
                    scoring a touchdown
 Warm-up: Cha Cha Slide with guest teacher (Marie)
       o Play the Cha Cha slide music and have the class perform the movements
                 Ask them to think about how the dance movements relate to football (specifically
                    defense)
       o Ask them if they can pull any football related skills out of the dance
                 Defensive slides
                 Back pedaling
                 Jumping to intercept football
                 Balance
 Review and elaborate on 3 main skill points of defense and flag-pulling; do a demonstration
       o Defense:
                4. Athletic stance: low, feet shoulder width apart, knees bent, hands up
                5. Mirror the offense: follow the movements of the offensive player
                6. Back pedaling: keep low and balanced, maintain ~arms length between you and your
                    offensive player (adjust to suit opponent’s speed)

           o    Flag pulling:
                    1. Get low: bend your knees
                    2. Pull flags, not clothes!
                    3. Hold flag in the air: this allows the referee to see the flag and stop the play
 Gauntlet Game:
       o Combine 2 teams together (one group is on offense and one group is on defense)
       o Divide the basketball court into three zones
       o The defense spreads out in the zones (max of 3 players in one zone)
       o Offensive team has to try and get as many TDs as they can (successfully pass through all zones
            without having their flag pulled)
       o Have them carry a ball
       o Defense has to see how many flags they can pull
       o Switch the offensive and defensive teams
 Talk about defensive strategies:
       o Man to man (4 position rotation)
                  Each defender chooses one offensive player and is assigned to prevent them from
                     catching or running with the football
       o Zone (Gauntlet Game)
                  Each defensive player covers a zone/space on the field rather than a specific player
 4 Position Rotation:
       o Have them work in their teams of 4 again
                  Each team has ½ of a basketball court to work in (split length-wise)
                  Have them switch sides ½ way through
       o On each team, there will be a centre, a quarterback, a wide receiver, and a defender
       o The QB and WR will decide on a receiver route; the centre will direct snap the ball to the QB
            who will try and throw the ball to the WR; the defender will try and prevent the successful
            completion of the pass
       o Rotate position after each play (C becomes QB, QB becomes WR, WR becomes D and D
            becomes the C)
       o Remind them that the defender must line up behind the line of scrimmage, and the WR cannot
            be in front of the line of scrimmage

 Introduce penalties:
       o Illegal contact:
                 Blocking or holding the defensive players from pulling the flag off your team’s ball
                     carrier
                 5 yard penalty – the offense moves back 5 yards from the line of scrimmage
       o Passing interference:
                 The defender interferes with the wide receiver’s ability to catch a pass (tripping,
                     pushing, pulling on WR’s arms, etc.)
                 A 15 yard penalty is given AND the first down is repeated
 End with East/West All-Star Game
       o Have them in their teams with pinnies on
       o Start on the 5 yard line
       o Start behind the line of scrimmage
       o Incorporate all positions
       o Call 7 steamboats aloud before rushing the QB
       o If there is an interception, it can be run back the other way
       o Remind them that there is no blocking or holding in flag football
       o If there is a odd number situation, the odd number team gets an extra down

Closure/Cool-down (8:34 -8:35)
 Preview to next class
 Hand-out for lesson 5 (new rules, skills, positions)
 Ask them to review sheet for next class

Assessment/Evaluation/Comments
   Observation of defense and flag pulling
Equipment              Safety Considerations
   16 footballs          Gym strip & sneakers
   16 cones              Safe and clear gym space
   Whiteboard            “Head’s up” yell for errant throws
   Markers               Stopping play as soon as player steps out of bounds
   4 red pinnies         No blocking and tackling
   4 yellow pinnies
   4 green pinnies
   4 blue pinnies
   16 flag belts
Physical Education Lesson Plan
Grade: 11        Unit/Lesson: Lesson 7 of Flag Football                                       Date: October 23rd, 2008

General
Outcomes




                 Activity             Benefits Health                      Cooperation                     Do it Daily…For Life!
                    *                        *                                 *                                      *
Specific      Basic    Applic-       Func-     Body    Well-   Comm-        Fair   Leader-   Team-   Effort   Safety   Goal        Active
Outcomes      Skills   ation of      tional    Image   being   unication    Play   ship      work                      Setting/-   Living in
                       Basic         Fitness                                                                           Personal    the
                       Skills                                                                                          Challenge   Community
                           *           *         *      *         *          *                 *       *        *           *           *


Introduction/Warm-up (8:00-8:05)
 White-board review of the skills, positions and rules that we’ve covered
 Goals for the day
       o Have fun!
       o Implement all of the new skills into a game
       o Give them an idea of the opportunities to stay involved with the sport

Learning Activities/Teaching Strategies (8:05-8:30)
   Give the teams 5 minutes to review their plays
   Start round-robin play
         o Each game will last ~7 minutes
   Tie will be broken by rock-paper-scissors (best of 3)

Closure/Cool-down (8:30-8:35)
 Presentation of the “Grey Cup” and mention of the real Grey Cup Final on November 23rd in Montreal
 Hand-out sheet about opportunities to stay involved and talk quickly about it

Assessment/Evaluation/Comments
          Talk about football connections in Calgary
          Mention Grey Cup Final in Montreal

Equipment                 Safety Considerations
   5 footballs                  Gym strip & sneakers
   6 cones                      Safe and clear gym space
   Whiteboard                   “Head’s up” yell for errant throws
   Markers                      No tackling
   4 red pinnies
   4 yellow pinnies
   4 green pinnies
   4 blue pinnies
   16 flag belts
Grey Cup Round Robin:



  1 2 3 4 W-L Record Place #
1X
2 X
3     X
4       X
   Teams:
          o     1 = Calgary Stampeders
          o     2 = Hamilton Ti-Cats
          o     3 = Montreal Alouettes
          o     4 = Saskatchewan Roughriders
   Schedule:

Game Centre Court East Court
  1     1v2         3v4
  2     1v3         2v4
  3     1v4         2v3

								
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