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Lesson Plan Grade/Subject: Phys. Ed. Unit: Gymnastics/Dance Lesson Duration: 33 Min Date: April 17 Grade: 9s OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGAM OF STUDIES General Learning Outcomes: Activity Cooperation Specific Learning Outcomes: A9–9 choreograph and perform dance sequences, using the elements of movement and basic dance steps and patterns A9–12 apply and refine ways to improve the functional and expressive qualities of movements, that combine
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    Lesson Plan   Grade/Subject:  Phys. Ed. Unit  : Gymnastics/Dance Lesson Duration: 33 Min Date:  April 17 Grade:  9s OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGAM OF STUDIES General Learning Outcomes: Activity Cooperation Specific Learning Outcomes: A9 – 9 choreograph and perform dance sequences, using the elements of movement and basic dance steps and patterns A9 – 12 apply and refine ways to improve the functional and expressive qualities of movements, that combine basic skills in a variety of gymnastic experiences individually, with a partner, or in a group; e.g., educational, rhythmic and artistic C9 – 4 describe, apply, monitor and practise leadership and followership skills related to physical activity Learning Objectives Students will:  -   Demonstrate the ability to create their own routine by incorporating gymnastics -   Demonstrate leadership and the ability to participate in different roles that help the overall group. -   Demonstrate fluidity and creativity while performing gymnastics tasks.  ASSESSMENTS Observations:  -   Are students on task? -   Did students incorporate all necessary components in their routine? -   Are students demonstrating good cooperation and leadership skills? Key Questions:  -   What are key components to creating your own routine? -   How was it different performing single/partner moves and whole group moves? -   In what ways did you take a leadership role, or another role in your group to complete the task. Written/Performance Assessments:  Students will be given a self assessment to complete about the process of creating their own routines. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT Mats   Music Self assessments PROCEDURE Introduction    As they come in from changing: Dynamic warm up (5 minutes) 5 Jumping Jacks 4 Push ups 3 Laps 2 Burpees 1 High five to a class mate Low-Management Time:  Mats will be set up already Transition to Body:  Bring everyone in to quickly discuss what today will look like   Body   Learning Activity #1: Practice Routines Students will be given the beginning chunk of the block to fix up their routines. They need to be completed by 20 minutes prior to class ending so that we have time to present each group. Students must be on task and they must fill out their checklist so that I can use it to grade during their presentation. Learning Activity #2:  Presentations (last 20 minutes of class) Students will get into their groups and one at a time perform their routine for the class. The students watching will be responsible for ONE other group to peer evaluate their performance. I will be evaluating and checking off that they have all required components in their routine. Closure   Consolidation/Assessment of Learning:  Students will complete a self assessment (to be handed in that day or tomorrow) that allows them to ponder the key questions of today’s class and reflect on the process of making their own routine. Transition to Next Lesson:  Tomorrow we will be doing more dance
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