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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE - DAILY LESSON PLAN

NAME: Brittany Gage

DATE: October 31, 2014

SCHOOL: Roger L. Putnam High School


CLASS SIZE: 20

GRADE: 10th

TIME: 7:42-8:25

LESSON#: 2

FACILITIES: Gymnasium

UNIT/THEME: Volleyball

GENERIC LEVEL: Control/ Utilization


EQUIPMENT:

1.Volleyball (20) 2. Volley ball Nets (2)

FOCUS OF LESSON: Forearm passing


STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (SPO):
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
(C) Identify why forearm passing is important in the game of volleyball when asked the teacher at the end
of the lesson (MACF 2.19 SHAPE, S2.H1.L1) ).
(A) Demonstrate appropriate behavior towards peers and teacher by not talking when the teacher is
talking and following all directions.(MACF 2.26, SHAPE S4.H5.L1)
(P) Demonstrate forearm passing a volleyball using the correct skill cues for at least 50% of the lesson.
(MACF 2.17, SHAPE S4.H3.L1)
TEACHER PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES - During the lesson the teacher will:
1. Provide demonstrations for how every activity is to be done.
2. Give positive specific feedback to each student on their serves
3. Encourage students to assist others that are struggling
4. Check in with all groups to see the progress of each student
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS -

-Desist any off-task behavior right away.


-Use teacher wait-time when students are talking.
REFERENCES :

http://www.thephysicaleducator.com/resources/skill-poster-files/Volleyball/ForearmPass/Forearm-Pass.pdf

LESSON PLAN FORM


TIME

SEQUENCE OF LESSON

7:427:47

Transition:
Students will change
Students will move to Putnam
line in gymnasium for
attendance.
Students will line up across
the line alphabetically by last
name, so teacher can take
attendance.

7:477:50

7:507:52

7:528:00

Warm-up:
Teacher will take the students through
a series of arm and leg stretches.
Teacher will do all the stretches with
the students

ORGANIZATION
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X X X

X X

X X

X X

X X

Transition:
Students will meet between
the two volleyball courts
Teacher will demonstrate how
to forearm pass the volleyball.
Informing: Forearm pass skill cues:
Feet slightly wider than
shoulder width with knees
flexed
Arms must straighten and
grip thumbs together to
create a flat contact surface
from wrists to elbows.
Arms swing slightly forward
and upward to contact the
ball.
The body moves forward in
the direction towards the
target. (power comes from
your legs)
Safety:
Always roll the volleyball
under the net
Never throw a ball at someone
when they are not looking.
No spiking
Teacher will demonstrate exactly what

REFLECTIONS

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I did an awesome


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job of giving a
verbal and visual
demonstration of
this skill. The
students were all
engaged when I
was giving them
the direction
because they had to
hold their arms out
the proper way.

Safety was
addressed and there
was no issues.

8:008:05

8:058:10

the students are going to do.


Activity #1:
Each student will get a partner. One
partner will toss the ball up in the air
high enough so it bounces first. After
the first bounce the other partner will
forearm pass it back to their partner
for them to catch it. Each partner will
do this five times each before they
switch. They will keep doing it until
the teacher calls them back in.

Activity #2:
Each student will stay with their
partner. This time they will try to toss
the volleyball to their partner and that
partner will try to forearm pass it
without it bouncing first. They will
each do this 5 times and then switch
partners.

X X

X X

With certain classes


I need to make sure
certain people do
not work together
because they cannot
handle working
with each other.
This will help
decrease off task
behavior.

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Good job stopping


the class and
demonstrating each
activity.

Extensions: Continuously forearm


pass it back and forth to each other.
8:108:12

8:128:20

X X

Transition: Students will meet


between the two volleyball courts and
place their volleyballs in the bin.
Teacher will identify the boundaries
for each court before splitting teams
up.

Activity #3: Teacher will split the


students up into 4 groups of 5 for 5v5
games.

X
X

8:208:25

Transition: Students will move to


locker room to change.

X
X

X X
X

X
X

The game improved


so much from the
first lesson. I did a
good job of
encouraging the
students to put
effort in and getting
them motivated.