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					Lesson Plan Title: Ultimate Frisbee                          Date: March 20, 2009
Course/Grade: Intermediate/Senior                            Unit of Study: QDPE
Teacher: Christie Reitsma
Background Information (Where does this fit into the learning unit?): Champions for Kids Fun
Run QDPE Activity

Ontario Curriculum Expectations:                Groupings:                   Assessment for/as
Active Participation:                           Independent                  Learning:
• participate on a regular basis in physical    Pairs                        Observation
activities that maintain or improve physical    Cooperative Learning         Presentation
fitness.                                        Learning Centers             Rubric
Active Living:                                  Whole Class                  Work Sample
• participate regularly in a balanced                                        Student conference
instructional program that includes a wide                                   Peer-Evaluation
variety of enjoyable physical activities that                                Self-Evaluation
encourage lifelong participation.
Learning Goal(s) (real world connection):      Material/Resources Needed:
1. Improve cardiovascular endurance             Large space or playing field
2. Improve leg speed and strength               Frisbees – enough for 1 per pair
                                                Pylons to mark end zones
                                         LESSON PLAN
Activate Prior Knowledge/Initiating Activity (Anticipatory Set): WARM UP
In pairs, have students’ warm-up by tossing a Frisbee.

Procedures:
1. Divide students into two teams
2. Initiate Play - Each point begins with both teams lining up on the front of their respective end
zone line. The defense throws the Frisbee to the offense.
3. Scoring - Each time the offense completes a pass in the defense’s end zone, the offense scores
a point. Play is initiated after each score.
4. Movement of the Frisbee - The disc may advance in any direction completing a pass to a
teammate. Players may not run with the disk. The person with the disc has 10 seconds to throw
the disc.
5. Change of Possession - When a pass is not competed (e.g. block, out of bounds, drop or
interception) the defense immediately takes possession of the disc and becomes the offense.
4. No-contact and self-referee
5. Spirit of the Game - Ultimate stresses sportsmanship and fair play.

Modeling: You may have to pre-teach how to properly toss a Frisbee.

Discovery/Reinforcement (Guided/Independent Practice): Allow enough playing time to
discover the rules

Review/Reflection (Closure): COOL DOWN
When would you and your friends have an opportunity to play Ultimate Frisbee?
                                                                           Time: 30 minutes
Multiple             Differentiated      Bloom’s Taxonomy:                  Accommodations:
Intelligence:        Instruction:        Knowledge/Remembering              Increase Time
Bodily/Kinaesthetic  Content             Understanding                      Increase Space
Interpersonal        Process            Application        Visual Aids
Musical              Product            Analysis           Manipulatives
Math/Logical                            Synthesis          Chunking
Intrapersonal                           Evaluation         Step-by-step
Visual/Spatial                                             Tiered
Naturalist                                                 Scaffolding
Verbal/Linguistic                                          Scribing
Cross-curricular Connections:

Reflections (What worked? What could I do differently?):

				
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