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Dakota State University

College of Education
LESSON PLAN FORMAT
Name: _Jordan Huska________________
Grade Level: _____9-12______________
School: ____OGorman High School____
Date: __11-19-2015_________
Time: __9:15 am to 9:55 am (9:20-9:45 w/ time lost for changing)________
Reflection from prior lesson: This will be the first time most of these students are exposed to fly fishing.
South Dakota Physical Education Content Standards Addressed:
1 NASPE Standard 2 - The students will apply knowledge of strategy and concepts while participating in fly fishing.
2 NASPE Standard 4 - The students will exhibit responsible personal behavior, social behavior, and teamwork while
participating in fly fishing.
3 NASPE Standard 5 - The students will recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, selfexpression and/or social interaction in fly fishing.
Lesson Objectives:
Cognitive Objectives: (The student(s) will.)
1. TSWBAT identify the 11 steps to the basic fly fishing cast and the 3 hands used in fly fishing.
Psychomotor Objectives: (The student(s) will .)
1. TSWBAT demonstrate correct form in their fly fishing cast.
Affective Objectives: (The student(s) will .)
1. TSWBAT work cooperatively with others and gain a new respect for the environment and outdoors.
Fitness Objectives: (The student(s) will )
1. TSWBAT demonstrate and explain how fly fishing is a lifelong physical activity they can participate in.
Materials Needed: fish, cones, fly rods.
Contextual Factors/ Learner Characteristics: 10 high school students, well behaved, listen well, varying ability levels, first experience
with fly fishing for most of them.

The Lesson
1. Introduction (bring everyone to the middle 1 minute)
Getting attention
What types of activities do you participate in outside of athletics and school?
Relating to past experience and/or knowledge
Fly fishing is an activity that can take the place of video games and movies in your leisure time.
Creating a need to know
We are going to learn the basics of fly fishing in order for you guys to add another activity to what you can be
involved with throughout your life.
Sharing objective, in general terms
We want to actively participate, understand the technique of the fly fishing cast, work cooperatively with others, and
understand that fly fishing is a lifelong activity that we can all enjoy.

2. Content Delivery (10 minutes)

*With everyone in a group, demonstrate and explain the form for casting and reeling as well as discuss the 3 hands used in fly fishing
Rod Hand: the hand they will use to operate the rod
Reel Hand: the hand that operates the reel
Line Hand: the line hand is opposite the rod hand and is used to fish the fly, catch fish and assist in casting extra line.
*11 Basic Steps

Expectations
1. Know the 3 hands and 11 basic steps to fly fishing cast.
2. Effort-Try your best
3. Have fun
*Activity (13 minutes)
1. Students spread out in the gym with fish laid out in the center of the basketball court.
2. Students will practice and improve their fly fishing cast and technique by fishing.
3. I will circulate and assist students as needed.
1.

Closure (1 minute)
a.

Question and Answer of the 3 hands used in fly fishing:


i. Rod Hand: the hand they will use to operate the rod
ii. Reel Hand: the hand that operates the reel
iii. Line Hand: the line hand is opposite the rod hand and is used to fish the fly, catch fish and assist in
casting extra line.

b.

Review 11 Basic Steps

i.

Technology Integration: N/A

Assessments Used: Observation, question and answer


Differentiated Instruction:
-1 page paper on the 11 basic steps for fly fishing cast.
Resources: http://www.schoolofflyfishing.com/
ReflectionThe fly fishing lesson was a lot of fun to teach. This was most of the students first experience with fly fishing and the first time I had
the chance to teach it. I had prepared for this lesson by watching videos and reading about fly fishing prior to teaching it. I also had the
chance to observe Dr. Klungseth teach the same lesson to the class before this one. Although I had watched videos, read, observed and
talked with Dr. Klungseth, my content knowledge in this lesson was below where I would have comfortably liked it to be. For the
most part, however, it was at an appropriate level for this particular lesson. This fact was not extremely evident, although I do think it
was noticeable at certain points. It was evident in the fact that I was not as confident as I normally am in all of my instruction and in
my assistance to some of the students throughout the lesson. If I teach this lesson again, I will want to implement a fly fishing unit as
opposed to just one or two days. One day of fly fishing went well, but being able to go through other aspects of fly fishing leading up
to casting as well as being able to spend more than one day on casting would be ideal. I would also be more assertive in my instruction
both to the class at the beginning as well as throughout the lesson as I move around.