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Grade: Grade 10 Physical Education

Dates Lesson Title GLO SLO

Unit: Fitness
Learning Activities Assessment Safety

Dates: March 31st to April. 7th


Instructional Strategies 1. Direct Instruction 2. Social Model Equipment Motivation

Mar. 31

Introduction to the workout centre

A C D

A10-13 C10-3 C10-4 D10-3

Apr. 1

Goal Setting

A B D

A10-13 B10-2 D10-6

1. Walk around of the workout centre, demonstrating the different machines and why we use different machines or free weights to workout. 2. Safety and etiquette discussion. 3. Students will then be given time to experiment and workout with new machines in pairs. 1. Brief discussion on how and why we use goal setting. Students will be given their progress report for the week and must make up their own personal goals to meet. 2. Students will be given their workout groups (the people they will be working out with for the unit). 3. Students will then workout to achieve their goals.

Safety and Etiquette Quiz Observation

Outline all safety regulations that must be taken while working out (someone spotting, over lifting, spills and potential hazards). Awareness of others Safety regulations while in the workout centre. Working in groups effectively (no bullying or exclusion) Awareness of others.

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling

Goal Setting Progress Report Observation

1. Direct Instruction 2. Cooperative Learning 3. Social Model

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling Achievement Goals

Apr. 2

Benefits of Health

A B

A10-13 B10-6

Apr. 3

Nutrition

A B

A10-13 B10-1

Apr. 4

Body Image

A B

A10-13 B10-4

1. Brief discussion on the benefits of health by being physically active and how can we be physically active in the community. 2. Students will get in their workout groups and begin working out to achieve their goals. 3. At the end of class students will complete an exit slip. 1. Brief discussion on the benefits of good nutrition and some of the effects that bad nutrition can have (diabetes and etc.) 2. How the combination of healthy eating and physical activity can lead to a healthier lifestyle. 3. Students will get in their workout groups and being working out to achieve their goals 4. At the end of class, students will complete an exit slip. 1. Brief PowerPoint on body image and the expectations of society. Why are these expectations wrong? 2. Critical thinking

Exit Slip Observation Discussion

Safety regulations while in the workout centre. Awareness of others.

1. Direct Instruction 2. Cooperative Learning 3. Fitness For Life Model

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling Achievement Goals Moral Development

Exit Slip Observation Discussion

Safety regulations while in the workout centre. Awareness of others.

1. Direct Instruction 2. Cooperative Learning 3. Fitness for Life Model

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling Achievement Goals Moral Development

Observation Discussion

Safety regulations while in the workout centre.

1. Direct Instruction 2. Cooperative Learning 3. Social Model

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling Achievement

Apr. 7

Final Fitness Day

A10-13

when seeing different false advertisements. 3. Students will get in their workout groups and begin working out to achieve their goals. 1. Students will be given the last class to workout and complete their goal setting progress reports. 2. At the end of the class, students will complete a test consisting of all the information learnt during the unit.

Awareness of others.

Goals Personal Values

Observation Goal Setting Progress Report Test

Safety regulations while in the workout centre. Awareness of others.

1. Cooperative Learning 2. Social Model

Workout Centre

Positive Reinforcement Modeling Achievement Goals

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance Demonstrate proper etiquette Observation

A10-13

C10-3 C10-4 D10-3

Safety Quiz Observation Safety Quiz

Develop leadership and participation skills in physical activity Demonstrate routines or procedures of safety LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Resources #3: YouTube

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Poster Paper and Markers

PROCEDURE
Introduction (30 min.): Attention Grabber: Show a quick YouTube clip from Pumping Iron. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: I will give students poster paper and break them into groups of 4 or 5. In their groups, students will do a brainstorming web or chart answering the following questions: Have you ever worked out before? What are some of the different workouts you know about? What kind of knowledge do you have about working out? Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before class begins, I will bring poster paper and markers. I will also have the safety quiz completed. Transition to Body: After the brainstorming activity, I will do a walk around the gym with the students and talk to them about some of the different safety and etiquette aspects of the workout centre. We will have a short discussion about this and talk about how some of the different machines can help you workout. Body (30 min.): Learning Activity #1: For the remainder of class, students will be given time to have a quick workout in order to experiment with the different machines and free weights. At this time I will ask students to think about any fitness goals that they have and some of the people that may have similar goals and that they can workout with. Also, students will need to pick workout buddies in order to ensure that there is a person always spotting them as well as another person to socialize with and be aware of safety and surroundings. Assessments/Differentiation: For this class, there will be no formal assessment for the activity as students are just given time to workout and experiment and think about what they want to do for the rest of the unit. This is an introductory unit. However, I can still use observation to ensure students are practicing safety and good engagement throughout the class. Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing

techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students.

Closure (20 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: To end the class students will complete a safety and etiquette quiz. Feedback From Students: The feedback I will receive back from the students will be through the safety quiz. Students will show if they understand the simple foundations of what the routines are to be in the gym and prove to understand the hazards of using equipment in the workout centre. Feedback To Students: The feedback that students will be receiving back from me will be in the form of verbal comments (positive reinforcement, knowledge transfer, etc.) and the mark they will receive back from the summative quiz. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson will go into the goal setting process and how the students will be using this in the unit.

Lesson Plan

Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education


SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance Demonstrate ways to achieve personal fitness goals. Analyze personal fitness levels Analyze different ways to maintain or increase fitness levels LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP Observation Goal Setting Report Goal Setting Report Goal Setting Report

A10-13

B10-2 D10-6

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Goal Setting Progress Report

PROCEDURE
Introduction (20 min.): Attention Grabber: Quizzes will be handed back to the students. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Students will do a quick warm up and stretch in order to start the class. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: The goal setting progress report book will be completed prior to class as well as marking for the quiz. Transition to Body: I will lead a discussion/lecture about the proper goal setting techniques and also why it is important to set goals. Students will then be given an introduction to the goal progress report project. They will be given their workbooks and explained the process of this project (set the goal, find the workouts and things you need to start your goal, daily evaluation, etc.) Body (55 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will be given the rest of the class to set a realistic goal and experiment or think about the machines and type of workouts they would need in order to accomplish this goal. Students will then workout for the rest of the period in order to achieve their goals. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessment for this lesson will be observation (student participation and engagement) as well their starting point for the goal progress report. Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students, and achievement goals (setting goals and working to achieve goals and feel successful). Closure (5 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: To end the lesson, students will do a quick cool down and stretch. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I am receiving back the students will be in the goal progress report. I can see what students want to work on and achieve during the unit and also to see if they selected appropriate machines and/or types of workout to be used. Feedback To Students: The feedbacks the students will receive back from me are in the form of verbal comments as well as the marks they will receive back from the quizzes. Also, after reading through some of the goal progress

reports, I can give comments or advice for how students can complete their goals. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson will focus on the benefits of health of physical activity.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

(2-3, clear, and measurable)

(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance Clarify the positive benefits achieved from physical activity. LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP Observation

A10-13

B10-6

Exit Slip

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Goal Progress Report Benefits of Health Lecture

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber and Assessment of Prior Knowledge: Yoga stretch YouTube clip. Afterwards give students a chance to ask any questions regarding the goal progress report before moving on. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Prior to lesson, exit slips will be made up and the lecture will be created. Transition to Body: I will do a brief lecture on the benefits of health as it comes to working out while also emphasizing the fact that obesity is rising and that the students in this generation can become leaders and promote healthy living in order to eliminate these rates and find them in a healthy lifestyle. Body (55 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will be given the rest of class time to go through their workouts in order to achieve their goals in their goal progress report. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessment for this lesson will be in the form of observation (participation and engagement) as well as the goal progress report (progress of achieving their goals). As well as the exit slip that will be completed at the end of class. Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students, achievement goals (setting goals and working to achieve goals and feel successful) and moral development (students will learn more about themselves and find intrinsic motivation to get better). Closure (10 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: Students will complete an exit slip to close out the class. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive back from students will be in the form of the exit slip and conversations I have with the students while they participate. As well as a space provided for students to ask questions. Feedback To Students: The feedback that I will receive back from the students will be in the form of comments during my observation and through the discussions I have in the lecture. Transition To Next Lesson: The next class will focus on nutrition and health.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

(2-3, clear, and measurable)

(Observations, Key Questions, Products/Performances)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance Analyze nutrition plans that positively effect performance. LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP Observation

A10-13

B10-1

Exit Slip

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Exit Slip Benefits of Health Lecture Goal Progress Report

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber: I will begin the class by answering any questions that the students may have asked on the exit slip from the prior class. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: The students will do a quick whip around or brainstorm about some of the key concepts that they learned from the prior class regarding benefits of health. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before class begins, exit slips and lecture will be created. Transition to Body: I will engage the students through a brief lecture on nutrition and have the students have a discussion about the relationship between nutrition and physical activity. Body (55 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will be given the rest of class time to go through their workouts in order to achieve their goals in their goal progress report. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessment for this lesson will be in the form of observation (participation and engagement) as well as the goal progress report (progress of achieving their goals). As well as the exit slip that will be completed at the end of class. Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students, achievement goals (setting goals and working to achieve goals and feel successful) and moral development (students will learn more about themselves and find intrinsic motivation to get better). Closure (10 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: Students will complete an exit slip before the end of class. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will be receiving back from students will be from the exit slip as they will indicate their understanding to me as will be able to ask any questions in a space indicated to be answered. Feedback To Students: The feedback that the students will receive back from me will be in the form of verbal compliments or advice regarding observations as well as when I answer any questions from the exit slip from the prior class. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson focuses on body image and media.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions,

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Products/Performances)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance Analyze the role of media in body image LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP Observation

A10-13

B10-4

Discussion

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Body Image Lecture Goal Progress Report

PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 min.): Attention Grabber: I will answer any questions that students had marked down on the exit slip. Assessment of Prior Knowledge: A quick whip around or brainstorming session about the role of nutrition in health as a review of the prior class. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: The body image lecture will be created. Transition to Body: I will do a brief lecture on the role of media and body image. We will discuss some topics such as media expectations and how they are wrong. Introduce the Glam Girls clip about the toddlers who get glammed up for competition. As well as some discussion on the unrealistic advertisement guarantees some commercial or ads make. Body (60 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will be given the rest of class time to go through their workouts in order to achieve their goals in their goal progress report. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessment for this lesson will be in the form of observation (participation and engagement) as well as the goal progress report (progress of achieving their goals). Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students, achievement goals (setting goals and working to achieve goals and feel successful) and personal values (how much the student values physical fitness and healthy living). Closure (5 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: The class will conclude with me explaining to the students the unit test for the next class and what needs to be completed in the goal progress report. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive back from students will solely be found in the discussion. Feedback To Students: The feedback that students will receive from me will be in the form of verbal comments coming from observation and the discussion. As well as answering any exit slip questions. Transition To Next Lesson: The next lesson is the final lesson of the unit.

Lesson Plan
Grade/Subject Grade 10 Physical Education
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM

Unit: Fitness

Lesson Duration: 80 min ASSESSMENTS


(Observations, Key Questions,

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(2-3, clear, and measurable)

ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Products/Performances)

Students will: Adapt fitness skills to improve performance Improve fitness skills to improve performance LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED Observation Goal Setting Report Unit Test

A10-13

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies Resource #2: Dave Spill

MATERIALS/ EQUIPMENT/ SET UP


Workout Centre/Gym Machine and Free Weights Unit Test Goal Progress Reports YouTube

PROCEDURE
Introduction (10 min.): Attention Grabber, Assessment of Prior Knowledge and Transition to Body: We will begin the class with a Just Dance YouTube clip to warm up with. I will then ask students at this time to ask any questions that they may have about the unit test or the goal progress report that is due in this class. We will have a quick discussion review on some of the most important details we learned about in the unit. Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: The expectations for learning for the students are that students are participating and being engaged in the all classes. Students will be given a lot of individual time to work out and benefit themselves. The expectations of behaviour are that students demonstrate safety and etiquette during the entire unit while also being a good leader and companion to others in the class. Advance Organizer/Agenda: Before the class begins, the unit test will be created. Body (40 min.): Learning Activity #1: Students will be given this time to complete their final workouts for their goal progress report in order to hand them in during the final class. If students finish early then they may study for the unit test that will take place later on in the lesson. Assessments/Differentiation: The assessments for this class will be the goal progress report (final copy), observations on technique and etiquette and the unit test which will relate to all concepts learned throughout the entire unit. Motivation: The motivation for this class will be positive reinforcement (giving positive feedback, showing techniques, acknowledging student success) and modeling (being a physical activity leader and modeling behaviour to the students, and achievement goals (setting goals and working to achieve goals and feel successful). Closure (30 min.): Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: The students will be given a half an hour to complete the unit test. It will be a basic test that has components of all the lessons the students would have learned in the unit. If everyone completes the test early, we will play a couple games or continue the work out. Feedback From Students: The feedback that I will receive back from the students will be primarily from the unit test and the goal progress report. These two components are the bigger projects in the unit and should tell me a lot about my student learning and assessment. Feedback To Students: The feedback that the students will get back from me will be in the form of a mark on their projects as well as comments that accompany the mark.