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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: _Chris King, Richard Jacobson DATE: 4/25/17 TIME: 11-12


SCHOOL: Springfield College LESSON#: 1 FACILITIES: The Track CLASS SIZE: 24
GRADE: High School UNIT/THEME: corn hole GENERIC LEVEL: Control/Utilization
EQUIPMENT: 1. Hula hoops 2. Bean bags 3. Hot spots
FOCUS OF LESSON: Throwing underhand shot in cornhole.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO); MA CF + National Standard(s)/Grade
Level Outcomes; Task #s where content is taught; Task # where objective is assessed:
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

_(P)- Demonstrate the ability to perform an underhand bean bag toss correctly during activity 1
and activity 2. (S1. M25.7 MA CF 2.8) (Taught: Informing; Assessed: Activity 1 and 2)
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_(C)- Identify why making a 3 point shot is an important strategy in the game during the closure
of the class. (S2. M9.6; MA CF 2.8) (Taught; Informing; Assessed: Closure)
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_(A)- Exhibits personal and responsible behavior at the game area by following two rules stated
by the teacher during activity 1 and 2.
(S4. M1.6; MA CF 2.7) (Taught: Informing; Assessed: During activity 1 and 2)
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Check each objective: Is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally appropriate?

TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:

1. Use names at least 10 times throughout the lesson


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2. Give 5 positive specific feedback statements and 5 corrective feedback statements


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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS - What are the safety concerns? What is unique about the
students in this class?
This game can be played inside or outside. If it is a nice day out, we will play at Stagg Field
Track. If it is not, we will play in the fieldhouse. The students are very capable of performing the
skill.

REFERENCES :
Graham, G., Holt/Hale, S.,& Parker, M (2007). Children moving: A reflective approach to
teaching physical education (7th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.
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Hopple, C. J. (2005). Elementary physical education teaching and assessment: A practical


guide (2nd ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
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LESSON PLAN FORM

TIME SEQUENCE OF LESSON ORGANIZATION REFLECTIONS

0-2:00 Transition: Students will


meet in a semi-circle around
the two teachers.

Introduction:
Greeting: Hi everyone Im
Mr.King and this is Mr. T T
2:00- Jacobson
5:00 SSSSSSSSSS
Safety: Students need to
make sure to look before
they throw the bean bag- so
they wont hit one of their
peers. Students should also
make sure that they dont
step in the middle of the
cornhole games to avoid
being hit by a bean bag.

Signals:
Start Signal: ready go!
Stop Signal: 3,2,1 Freeze
Check for understanding:
Ask a student what our stop
and go signals are. Also, ask
the students to name the two
safety measures they need to
take.
Lesson purpose: Today we
will be learning the skill cues
to the underhand throw for
cornhole.
Skill cues:
-arm back
-Step with opposition
-follow through

Transition:students will walk


to the area that is designated
for activity #1
5:00-15:00
Leading: Chris King
Assistant: JJ

Activity 1: Students will be


with their partners and throw
a bean bag back and forth to
each other, practicing good
skill cues. T

Extension up: Have the S S S S


students practice at a quicker
pace
Extension down: Have the
S S S S
students move closer to each
other

Check for understanding: T


Are we sure everyone
understands how to toss a
bean bag?

Student demo: Have a


student volunteer to
demonstrate the activity in
front of the class
Transition: The students will
stand in a semi-circle as the
teacher explains activity 2.
Then, they will walk with
their partners to their spot
15:00- across from their hula hoop.
30:00
Leading: JJ
Assistant: Chris

Activity 2: The students will


learn how to throw at a target
in activity 2. There will be 12
O O O O
hula hoops lined up. Each
pair (we will go by the
teaching groups for the class)
will line up 10 feet away
from one of the hula hoops. S S S S
They will throw the bean bag S S S S
(using the skill cues) towards
the hula hoop to try to work
on their accuracy throwing TT
the bags.

Student demonstration:
Have a student volunteer to
demonstrate the activity.

Extension up: Throw the


bean bags from further away.
Extension down: Throw
from a closer distance to the
hula hoop.

Pinpointing: We will
pinpoint someone who is
doing a great job following
the skill cues.

Transition: Students will play


a game against the team
standing next to them. Every
odd number row will walk to
30:00- the other side to play against
55:00 their opponent.

Leading: Chris
Assistant: JJ
Activity 3:
Students will play a game S S S S
with their partner and
another group. Each game
will go to 11 and once the
game is done, one of the
groups will move to the right
S S S S
each time they finish a game.
Teams will keep track of
their wins and losses and at
the end of the class the T T
records will be recorded.
The scoring system is 1 point
for bean bag on hula hoop, 2
points for being inside the
hula hoop, and 3 points for
the bean bag landing on a hot
spot.

Student demo: Have a


student volunteer to
demonstrate activity 3

Extension up:Have the


students throw towards a
smaller target.
Extension down: Have the
students throw towards a
larger target.

Transition: Students will


make a semi-circle around TT
the teachers for closure. SSSSSSSSSS
55:00-
60:00
Closure:
P- Students will perform the
three skill cues mentioned:
step with opposition, arm
back, follow through.
C- Students will tell the
teachers the three skill cues
A- Students will put a
thumbs up or down if they
had fun today