LAB LESSON #4
PROGRAM ACTIVITIES
PROGRESSION OF TASKS AND METHODS
COGNITIVE CONCEPTS
QUESTIONS AND APPLICATIONS
SET INDUCTION:
  • See teaching outline.
 
  • Reflecting on past class activity on fitness concepts and development of a fitness program.
  • Are any of you currently doing any type of fitness program outside of school? What?
  • Today my goal is to give you some additional activities that you might use in a program.
CLASS ACTIVITY:
  • Warm-up activity.
  • Stretching activity.
  • Softball Activity.
  • Track and field activity
  • Basketball activity.
  • Running activity.
  • Cool-down activity.
  • Applying fitness concepts learned in class into actual movement.
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    • Why is it important to warm up before beginning activity.
    • Can anybody think of a way to make these skills more difficult.
    • Why is it important to do cool down activities after you exercise.
    SET CLOSURE:
    • See teaching outline.
    • Bring in equipment.
    • Review class.
    • Check for understanding.
    • Send them in. 
    • Reviewing chapter and fitness concepts.
     
    • What were some of the areas of fitness that we worked on today?
    • What did we do for flexibility?
    • What did we do for cardio-vascular development? 
    • What did we do for muscular strength and endurance? 
    • Did we do any activities that could be used as a stress divergent?
     
    TEACHING OUTLINE
    TEACHING OUTLINE
    TEACHING STRATEGIES
    1. Set induction.
    • In the last class we began looking at activities that you can use to help you get into better shape. Today we are going to be participating in different activities that you can incorporate into a fitness program that are derived from specific sport drills and programs. Before we begin I have some expectations for you. I want you to sit quietly and show respect to the group that is talking and presenting their activity. And I expect them to do the same for you. I want you to participate in the activity and really try it, even if you donít like it. As we are doing the group activities I will be adding some things to some of the groups that I think are good activities that correspond to what the group is doing. We will be doing activities in several areas and several different sports so I hope you have fun and see some different things that you can do to help you get into better shape.
     
    1. Activities.
    1. Warm-up activity.
    1. Jog across field.
    2. Side steps across field.
    3. High steps across field.
    1. Stretching activity.
      1. Leg stretches
      2. Torso stretches
      3. Arm stretches
    1. Softball activity (side to side drill) See drill sheet at end of lesson
    2. Track and field activity
      1. Hops 1/3 across, Lunges 1/3 across, high leg skips 1/3 across, run backwards back
      2. Leap frogs (see drill sheet at end of lesson)
    1. Basketball Activity (shadow drill) See drill sheet at end of lesson
    2. Running activity.
      1. Across the field and back.
      2. Suicides.
    1. Cool-down activity.
    1. Upper body stretching.
    2. Torso stretching.
    3. Arm stretching.
     
    1. Set closure.
    • Today we looked at different types of activities that can be used in a fitness program that you can use to get into better shape. 
     
    • State days objectives.
    • Ask students questions to involve them and to relate to their experiences.
     
    • What types of sports are you involved in now?
    • Do you cover all of the areas of fitness in your training for your sport.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Have class help bring in equipment.
    • Review class.
    • Check for understanding.
    • We tried to cover something from all of the activity categories. What did we do for flexibility?
    • What did we do for cardio vascular development? 
    • What did we do for muscular strength and endurance? 
    • Did we do any activities that could be used as a stress divergent? 
     
    • Send in.
     
    CHAPTER 14
    APPLYING CONCEPTS LAB
    EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
    For this class I will need @ 25 tennis balls, a large field, track space or open space for the students to be able to move in.

    GOAL: This lesson is designed to let students try some more different activities in the areas of fitness concepts (flexibility and coordination, cardio-vascular development, and muscular strength and endurance) that they could incorporate into their own programs.

    OBJECTIVES:
    MOTOR:
    The student will be able to participate in an activity taken from a sport model program that they may not have considered a fitness option to use in their own program.
    COGNITIVE:
    The student will be able to restate the concepts covered in the chapter verbally to the teacher as the skills are being performed and when the teacher checks for understanding in closure.
    AFFECTIVE:
    The student will cooperate in the class by listening to their classmates presentations and participating in the activities to the best of their abilities.

    SOURCES USED:
    Williams, Harageones, Johnson, and Smith. (1995) Personal Fitness: Looking Good, Feeling Good Dubuque, IA: Kendal/Hunt Publishing Company. Pp. 236-252

    Seaton, Schmottlach, McManama, Clayton, Leibee, and Messersmith. (1992). Physical Education Handbook. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
    Prentice Hall.

    Zakrajsek, Carnes, Pettigrew. (1994). Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
    Pp. 233-258

    PREREQUISITES:
    The students should have the understanding of the previous chapters in the book and the willingness to participate in class activities.