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					                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN


TOPIC: Overhand throw             YEAR LEVEL(S):                    LESSON TIME:
                                  Prep                              2.00 – 2.45 pm
VENUE:                            NO. STUDENTS:                     LESSON LENGTH:
Dana Street Primary School        Nine                              45 minutes
                                                                    DATE: 18th March 2002
OBJECTIVES:
   Children can demonstrate movement patterns that resemble running, changing direction,
    stopping and starting.
   Children can release and obtain a beanbag with their hand through throwing and stopping to
    collect the ball.
   Children can describe whether they liked or disliked the physical activities and give reasons.

CSF OUTCOMES:
 Perform simple movement patterns.
 Identify feelings experienced during and after physical activity.

REFERENCES:
       Board of Studies. (2000). Science Curriculum and Standards Framework II. Board of
Studies: Carlton.
       Department of Education. (1998). Fundamental motor skills: An activities resource for
classroom teachers. Department of Education: Victoria.

EQUIPMENT:
 12 x Beanbags
 Whistle
 9 x A3 coloured card
 Sticky tape
 Chalk
 9 x name tags

LESSON OUTLINE:
Introduction: (5 mins)                                                           TEACHING
We will introduce ourselves and give children their nametags. Explain             POINTS
competition that will be running over the next 8 weeks. Explain our
focus for the lesson.


Warm-up: (5 mins)
In a circle children will kangaroo hop, crab walk, frog jump, etc
around the room / area.                                                     *Get the children flexible
                                                                            and warm before the skill
                                                                            activity.
LESSON OUTLINE continued:
                                                                              TEACHING
Skills: Overhand Throw (10 mins)                                               POINTS
  1. Breakdown throwing action and give the class a
     demonstration. Make sure each child has a go at attempting the      *Focus on each of the
     correct movements. Everyone will stand up and go through the        individual components that
     motion of overhand throwing.                                        make up the overhand
  2. Each child will then be given a beanbag and lined up facing a       throw.
     target (coloured paper) that will be stuck to a wall.
  3. The children will attempt to throw the beanbag at the target.
  4. This will continue for a while as the three of us walk around
     the class making sure the correct actions are used.
  5. The children will take steps back from the target making the
     distance further.

Games / Activities: Overhand Trow / Vertical
                     Jump (15 mins)
  1. The children will now be doing a relay using the skills they
     have just learnt and vertical jumps.
  2. One of us will walk through the relay, demonstrating what           *Focus on target.
     needs to be done, but emphasising that the correct technique
     needs to be used and that it‟s not a race.
  3. In three groups and one at a time, the children will throw the      *Encourage children and
     beanbag at the target then run to one of us. The teacher will be    give them helpful feedback
     standing there with their hand in the air. The children will then   throughout the relay.
     need to do a vertical jump and “Hi 5” the student teacher.
  4. Each child will repeat this 3 times.


Cool Down
  1. Walk to the drink taps and back.
  2. Do a few stretches.
  3. Reflect on the session and ask the children a few questions.
     "What did you enjoy today?” “What didn‟t you enjoy today?”
  4. Give some individual encouragement.


EVALUATION (POST LESSON NOTES):
            PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN.

Topic: Dance      Year Level: Prep              Lesson Time: 2:00 – 2:45
Venue: Dana St P.S No of Students: 9            Lesson Length: 45 mins



Objectives:
   For the children to learn creative dance steps.
   Understand how movements can be put to music.
    Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words


CSF II Outcomes:

1.1 Perform simple movement patterns
HPMP0101

References



Equipment



LESSON OUTLINE:
Warm Up:
Game of “Simon Says.”
          Students will listen to one line instruction and only follow them is Simon
            says to. For example, “Simon says put you hands on your nose.” “Stand on
            one leg”. The children would put their hands on their nose, but they should
            ignore the second command.

Skills:
           Children will learn a series of movements that follow a beat.
           „Squash the Spiders‟ (Box Step): - children step forward with their right
            foot and then their left, and then they step backwards with their right and
            then their left. This is repeated until an understanding of the movement is
            achieved.
           „Go Blues‟ (Punch up and out:) - Children will punch both arms up into the
            air then bring them back down and then both punch both arms out either
            side of their body. Repeat. (4 beats)
           „Going Home‟ (Two side steps, left, middle, right, middle): - Children will
            take two side steps the left, then two steps back to the middle. Then they
            will take two steps to the right and then two steps back to the middle. (8
            beats)
           „Yo-Yo‟ (Arm roll):- Children rotate their hands around each other for the
            count of 4 beats.

Games and Activities:
   Children will play another game of „Simon Says‟, but this time the instructions will
    relate to the dance moves that they learnt during the lesson.

Cool Down:
   Follow the leader to the bubble taps and then back to our area.

Evaluation:
   Talk about what the children enjoyed about the lesson.
   Explain that we will be putting the moves into a dance the following week.
   Ask each child about their favourite move.
   Ask each child about their favourite music and try to incorporate that type of
     music for the dance next week.



Teaching Points:
   Encourage the use of directional words such as forward, backward, sideways, up
     and down etc.
   Use the made up names for the dance moves so that the children can relate to
     them better than the explanation of the move.
   Select children who were good throughout the entire lesson to be leaders.
             PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN.
                   -MODIFIED LESSON 4-

Topic: Dance         Year Level: Prep             Lesson Time: 2:00 – 2:45
Venue : Dana St       No of Students: 9           Lesson Length: 45 mins

Objectives:
   Children to perform in a number of activities creative dance moves.
   Look at what a beat is.
   Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words.

CSF II Outcomes:

1.1 Perform simple movement patterns
HPMP0101

Equipment
C.D Player
C.Ds. (Essential Childrens Songs)
Tapes (Children‟s Favourite Nursery Rhymes)

LESSON OUTLINE:
Warm Up:
    “Heads, shoulders, knees and toes.” (5 mins)
Children will follow the teacher‟s actions and sing along when they think they know the
words. The words are simple and repetitive so the children should catch on pretty
quickly.
       Heads and shoulders and knees and toes,
       Knees and Toes
       Knees and Toes
       Heads and shoulders and knees and toes,
       We all clap hands together.
Repeat activity 2-3 times. Have children complete by themselves.


Skills:
   Free Dance. (5 minutes)
  Children will be encouraged to dance to a song however they like. Teachers will also
  dance. It will be intended to create a disco like atmosphere. Children will be
   encouraged to use all limbs when they are dancing. Reinforce good dancing with
   points board.

    Personal Space Dancing. (5mins)
   Children will be encouraged to continue their free dancing. When the music stops the
   children must be in space where if they spun around with their arms outstretched they
   would not interfere with anybody else‟s „personal space‟.

    Shape Dancing. (5 mins)
   Children will continue with the free dance and personal space dancing and this time
   when the music stops they must put themselves into a shape that will be called out.
   Personal space will continue to be encouraged and reinforced.

    Children will be given the opportunity to get a drink from the bubble taps.

    Looking for the Beat. (10 mins)
   Children will listen to the song “Never Smile at a Crocodile” (from Children‟s Favourite
   Nursery Rhymes) once through. The song will then be repeated and the children will
   be encouraged to keep the beat using various limbs (as suggested by them) e.g.
   clicking fingers, clapping, stomping, knocking knees.

    Revision of Last Weeks moves (10 mins)
   Children will be encouraged to remember the moves that they learnt in the previous
   weeks activity. Once remembered they go through them and then put them to the
   music of “Never Smile at a Crocodile”. Keeping the beat will be encouraged as they
   complete this task.

Cool Down:
   Follow the leader to the bubble taps and then back to the area.

Evaluation:
   We will ask the children to give us a smile or a frown as to whether they now think
     they know how to keep the beat to music.
   Talk about the different aspects of the lesson. See if the children can describe the
     key words such as, „beat‟, „personal space‟, „creative‟, etc.

Teaching Points:
   Use of key words throughout lesson so children become used to them.
   Use example of keeping the beat, such as a clock ticking etc
   Draw as much prior knowledge as possible.
                  PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN


TOPIC: Dance                       YEAR LEVEL(S):                 LESSON TIME:
                                   Prep                           2.00 – 2.45pm

VENUE:                                                            LESSON LENGTH:
Dana Street Primary School
                                   NO. STUDENTS:                  45 Minutes
                                   Nine                           DATE: 29th April 2002

OBJECTIVES:
    Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words.
    Demonstrate movement patterns that resemble running, hopping, skipping, changing direction,
     stopping and starting.
    Describe liked or disliked physical activities and reasons for these preferences.

CSF OUTCOMES:
     Perform simple movement patterns.
     Identify feelings experienced during and after physical activity.



REFERENCES:
       Board of Studies. (2000). Health and physical education curriculum standards framework II.
Board of Studies: Carlton.
       Broadway, S. (2001). University of Ballarat – Dance Unit.


EQUIPMENT:
    CD / Tape player.
    Relevant music.
    Cones



LESSON OUTLINE:                                                                   TEACHING
                                                                                   POINTS
Warm-up: Aerobics (5-10 mins)
Just a short aerobics session with a few simple moves. I will be
standing out the front and the children will be copying my moves.         * Use directional words.
Some of the moves will be star jumps, running on the spot and
skipping.
LESSON OUTLINE continued:
Skills: Dance moves (15 mins)                                                TEACHING
                                                                              POINTS
  1. Children will learn two new movements today that will go
     with the music.
  2. They will also be re-introduced to two of the moves used in the
     previous week –
          „Squash the Spiders‟ (box step) – children will step
             forward with their right foot and then their left, and
             then they step backwards with their right and then their
             left. This is then repeated.
          „Go Blues‟ (Punch up and out) – Children will punch          * Use directional words to
             both arms up into the air then bring them back down        describe the new dance
             and then punch both arms out either side of their body.    moves, ie. Backwards,
             This is then repeated.                                     forwards, sideways.
  3. The two steps above will then be put together with two new
     steps –
          „Bus Stop Clap‟ – Children will take a step to the right
             and then twirl in a circle in the same direction ending
             by facing back at the front and clapping. This will then
             be repeated in the opposite direction.                        Encourage children
          „Wave Goodbye‟ – Standing still children will bring              who have mastered the
             their hands above their heads and wave their arms from         moves.
             side-to-side, starting to the right.                          Use the names of the
                                                                            moves so children can
Games / Activities: 15 mins                                                 make a connection.
  1. The children will then put all four steps together to the music
     and repeat a few times.
  2. Children can have free time for a few minutes and have a
     dance.

Cool Down: 5 – 10 mins
  1. Children will play follow the leader to the drink taps and then
     back.
  2. We will have a seat and reflect on the class and give
     encouragement.


EVALUATION (POST LESSON NOTES):
                  PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN


TOPIC: Dance                       YEAR LEVEL(S):                 LESSON TIME:
                                   Prep                           2.00 – 2.45pm

VENUE:                                                            LESSON LENGTH:
Dana Street Primary School
                                   NO. STUDENTS:                  45 Minutes
                                   Nine                           DATE: 6th May 2002

OBJECTIVES:
    Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words.
    Demonstrate movement patterns that resemble running, hopping, skipping, changing direction,
     stopping and starting.
    Describe liked or disliked physical activities and reasons for these preferences.

CSF OUTCOMES:
     Perform simple movement patterns.
     Identify feelings experienced during and after physical activity.



REFERENCES:
       Board of Studies. (2000). Health and physical education curriculum standards framework II.
Board of Studies: Carlton.
       Broadway, S. (2001). University of Ballarat – Dance Unit.


EQUIPMENT:
    CD / Tape player.
    Relevant music.
    Cones



LESSON OUTLINE:                                                                   TEACHING
                                                                                   POINTS
Warm-up: Hokey Pokey (10 mins)
Children should know how to do the Hokey Pokey but just incase we           * Give encouragement for
will explain it to them. We will all get into a circle and go through the   enthusiasm and correct
song together.                                                              moves.
LESSON OUTLINE continued:
Skills: 25 -30 mins                                                           TEACHING
                                                                               POINTS
  1. We will walk through the steps that were taught to the children
     in the previous lesson and repeat a few times.
  2. We will put the moves together again this time to the music           Give encouragement as
     that was introduced to the children also in the previous lesson.       the children are trying
     This will also be repeated a few times.                                to come up with a new
  3. The children will then break into their 3 groups and have free         move.
     time for a few minutes where they can try and create a new            Encourage teamwork;
     move that can be added onto the end of the routine. They may           making sure each child
     come up with a few moves if they wish. (The music will be              in the group has some
     playing in the background so they have a feel for the beat /           input.
     rhythm).
  4. All three of us will be helping a group, trying to give them a
     few ideas.
  5. The groups will then come back and show the other groups
     what they have come up with.
  6. We will then choose one of the moves and add in onto the end
     and practice it with the music, repeating a few times.
  7. If time permits we will try and add another move that the
     children have come up with and then practice it with the
     music.

Cool Down: 5 mins
  1. Play „follow the leader‟ to the drink taps and back.
  2. Have a reflection of the lesson. What did the children like /
     dislike?
  3. Give individual encouragement.
  4. Show the class who got the awards for the week.



EVALUATION (POST LESSON NOTES):
              PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN


TOPIC: Dance                 YEAR LEVEL(S):             LESSON TIME:
                             Prep                       2:00 – 2:45
VENUE: Dana Street           NO. STUDENTS:              LESSON LENGTH:
Primary School.              9                          45 minutes
                                                        DATE: 20th May, 2001
OBJECTIVES:
 Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words.
 Demonstrate movement patterns that resemble running, hopping, skipping, changing
  direction, stopping and starting.
 Describe liked or disliked physical activities and reasons for these preferences.

CSF OUTCOMES:
 1.1 – Perform simple movement patterns.
 1.2 – Identify feelings experienced during and after physical activity.

REFERENCES:
 Board of Studies (2000). Health and physical education curriculum standards
  framework II. Board of Studies: Carlton.
 Broadway, S. (2001). Dance Unit. University of Ballarat.

EQUIPMENT:
 CD player
 CD‟s/music
 Cones

LESSON OUTLINE:                                                       TEACHING
Warm-up (5-10 mins): Game of “Bobs and Statues” so that                POINTS
the children will have a bit of fun getting used to the music,
free to do their own dance moves. No one goes out in the          Remember to use the
game and there is no winner.                                     correct names for the
                                                                    move so that the
Skills (25 -30 mins):                                            children will be always
1. To begin the class students will revise two steps from        able to relate to them.
   the previous weeks, these being the „Bus Stop Clap‟ and
   „Waving Goodbye‟. Once remembered they will be put
   together and then try it to music.
2. Next the students will learn two new steps that they will
   eventually team together with the previous steps. These             TEACHING
   are „Ski Jumps‟ and „Star Jumps‟.
                                                                        POINTS
3. For the „Ski Jumps‟ children will stand with their feet
   together and hands out like they are holding ski pole.
   Then they will jump from side to side four times, jumping      Remember to count the
   left first.                                                     beats/counts out loud
4. Students will then learn the „Star Jumps‟. They will begin     so that all the children
   standing like a „tree trunk‟ (feet together and arms by         have the right timing.
   their side) and as they jumps move arms and legs out into
   a star shape. Two „Star Jumps‟ will be completed to four
   counts.
5. Once children feel comfortable that they know the two           Encourage the use of
   new moves they will put them together. First completing        directional words such
   the steps to eight counts (four counts for each step) and      as forward, backwards,
   then to sixteen counts (four ski, four star, four ski, four     sideways, up and down
   star). Music will be introduced into this.                               etc.
6. If will have enough time left at tend of class children will
   have a go at putting all four steps together, with each
   step having only four counts.


Cool Down (5 mins): Children will walk to the drink taps
playing Follow the Leader, have a drink and walk back. We
will then reflect on the likes and dislikes of the class.


EVALUATION (POST LESSON NOTES):
               PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN


TOPIC: Dance                 YEAR LEVEL(S):             LESSON TIME:
                             Prep                       2:00 – 2:45
VENUE: Dana Street           NO. STUDENTS:              LESSON LENGTH:
Primary School.              9                          45 minutes
                                                        DATE: 27th May, 2001
OBJECTIVES:
 Move to stimuli such as rhythm, beat, music and words.
 Demonstrate movement patterns that resemble running, hopping, skipping, changing
  direction, stopping and starting.
 Describe liked or disliked physical activities and reasons for these preferences.

CSF OUTCOMES:
 1.1 – Perform simple movement patterns.
 1.2 – Identify feelings experienced during and after physical activity.

REFERENCES:
 Board of Studies (2000). Health and physical education curriculum standards
  framework II. Board of Studies: Carlton.
 Broadway, S. (2001). Dance Unit. University of Ballarat.

EQUIPMENT:
 CD player
 CD‟s/music
 Cones

LESSON OUTLINE:                                                       TEACHING
Warm-up (5 – 10 mins): Quick little Aerobic workout,                   POINTS
where we all stand in a big circle and each child takes turns
of suggesting a move. If children get stuck teacher should
have a move ready to do.

Skills (25 – 30 mins):
Children will be revising the four moves that they learnt the
previous week and be putting them all together in a 16 count
dance.
1. Students start by revising the „Bus Stop Clap‟ move.
   After everyone has is able to complete this move we will          TEACHING
   progress onto the next.
                                                                      POINTS
2. The „Wave Goodbye‟ will be practiced until remembered
   and then put together with the „Bus Stop Clap‟ for a total
   of eight counts.                                             Remember to counts
3. „Ski Jumps‟ will then be revised and put onto the end of     the beats out loud so
   the eight counts just completed. May run through this a      that the children can
   few times.                                                   get the timing of the
4. Finally the „Star Jumps‟ will be practiced and then all      moves.
   four moves will be put together. We will run through this
   very slowly so that all students get the hang of what
   order and how many counts we will go for.
5. Then will run through it a bit faster before finally             Go through moves
   putting it to the music.                                      slowly as it is a lot for
6. If children seem to be able to complete the 16 counts        these young children to
   easy enough we may repeat the 16 counts straight after          take in at one time.
   making the dance 32 counts.
7. If there is any spare time at the end of the class
   children will be put into their three groups and will be
   able to pick out their favourite move from the last five
   weeks and add it onto their dance.

Cool Down (5 mins): Children will walk to drink taps, have a
drink and come back. We will then quickly reflect on the last
couple weeks of P.E.


EVALUATION (POST LESSON NOTES):

				
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