Author:
Katie Neal
Subject:
Physical Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Level:
High School
Tags:
  • Fitness for Life
  • Game
  • Health and Wellness
  • Lesson Plan
  • PE
  • Pehigh
  • Physical Education
  • pehigh-ffl
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    English
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    Education Standards

    Fitness for Life 5.1 - Team Building Hoops and Dots Lesson Plan

    Fitness for Life 5.1 - Team Building Hoops and Dots Lesson Plan

    Overview

    In this lesson plan, students will learn the benefits of social skills, health, and wellness they can get from physical activity through a game of "Hoops and Dots."

    Summary

    Author: Chett Muhlestein

    Subject: Team Building/Social Skills

    Grade Level: 6th-12th

    Lesson Length: 60 Minutes

    Background for Teachers

    Equipment Needed: 

    Technology

    • Powerpoint
    • Leadership Video
    • Teamwork Video
    • Music during game
    • Timer if you want to add that adaptation

    Step 1 - Goals and Outcomes

    Step 1 Goals and Outcomes

    Core Standards: 

    • Standard FFL.4.10- Exhibit proper etiquette, respect for others, and teamwork while engaging in fitness activities.

    • Standard FFL.4.11- Assume a supportive role (e. g., spotter, providing feedback, analyzing technique, and partnering).

    • Standard FFL.4.13- Communicate with fellow participants to solve conflict without confrontation (e.g., bullying).

    • Standard FFL.4.14- Accept others' ideas, cultural diversity and body types by engaging in cooperative and collaborative movement projects.

    • Standard FFL.4.17- Develop strategies to include others in activity participation.

    Objectives: 

    • Students will learn the benefits of social , health, and wellness they can get from physical activity by understanding vocabulary. 

    • Students will participate in Activity demonstrating skills they have learned.

    Step 2 - Planning Instruction

    Step 2 Planning Instruction

    Adaptations: 

    • For students with vision impairments you can use bigger hoops or hoops that light up. You can also place beepers next to hoops

    • Shorten distance between hoops or dots to help those that might struggle with larger gaps

    • If student is in wheelchair you can use large hoops and a peer to help

    • Teacher can take away dots or hoops to for groups that need more of a challenge

    • Give some groups the dots and some the hoops and see what works best

    • Set a time limit to add more of a challenge

    Step 3 - Instruction

    Step 3 Instruction

    Vocabulary:

    • Leadership
    • Etiquette
    • Diversity
    • Trust
    • Teamwork
    • Sportspersonship
    • Equity
    • Empathy
    • Rule
    • Social Justice
    • Sensitivity
    • Bullying

    Lesson Overview

    • Show powerpoint on Social, Health, and Wellness Benefits of Physical Activity. 

    • Break into groups of 10-15 based on your class sizes.

    • Give each group 15 hoops or dots

    • Their task is to get from one side of the gym to the next but they can only step in the hoop or on the dot. If they step anywhere outside of the hoop or dot then they have to start over.

    • They need to get their whole team to the other side to complete their task

    • Give each group about 2 minutes to discuss strategy and collaborate

    • Have groups try their strategies and see what groups can make it across

    • After giving the groups enough time to complete the task switch out the hoops for dots and give them time to strategize and collaborate. 

    • Have them try their strategies and see what groups can make it across

    • If you still have time left in class add a time limit to the activity and see what groups can complete the task.

    • Discuss why they would want to learn these skills?

      • Be more successful in life
      • Build empathy

      • Build social skills

      • Make friends

    • When would you use these skills later in your lifes?

      • In the careers
      • Playing lifelong sports

      • With your families and friends

    Instructional Procedures

    1. Students dress and be ready in the gym. (5 minutes)

    2. Attendance

    Warm Up:

    20 Jumping Jacks

    10 Lunges

    10 Push Ups

    2 Laps on Track  (8 minutes)

    1. Give Pre-Test on Social, Health, and Wellness Benefits of Physical Activity (7 minutes)

    2. Show powerpoint on Social, Health, and Wellness Benefits of Physical Activity. Answer any questions from powerpoint (10 minutes)

    3. Group students into teams of 10-15 depending on class size. Have them collaborate and work together on Hoop and Dot activity. Have class discussion on why we need to learn this and how we will use it in our lives? (20 minutes)

    4. Give students Knowledge Check exit ticket on Social, Health, and Wellness Benefits of Physical Activity (10 minutes)

    Step 4 - Assessments

    Step 4 Assessments

    Assessment:

    • Formative: Pre-Test on Powerpoint 
      • Teacher will watch during activity and look for those who are showing good qualities of teamwork and collaboration.
    • Summative: Students will complete quiz at the end of the lesson

    Assessment Bank Questions:

    1. Leadership

    2. Teamwork

    3. Rules

    4. Etiquette

    5. Sportspersonship

    6. Social Justice

    7. Diversity

    8. Equity

    9. Sensitivity

    10. Trust

    11. Empathy

    12. Bullying

     

    1. Actively assuming the role of a leader

    2. effective, cooperative work by all team members

    3. A guideline or regulation for conduct or action

    4. typical or expected behavior of a social group

    5. Respect for opponents and grace in winning or losing

    6. Equity and justice is achieved in every aspect of society

    7. Inclusion of different types of people in society

    8. Personal quality of being fair and impartial

    9. Paying attention to the feelings and concerns of others

    10. belief that others are honest and reliable

    11. ability to understand and be sensitive to the feelings of others

    12. ability to understand and be sensitive to the feelings of others