Week of 1-13-19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will play a high paced, cardio driven, version of slow pitch softball.  

Students will use their prior knowledge and skills to competitively play within the game rules.

Gameplay Continued.

Students will work together effectively to improve their teams chances of winning.


Students will demonstrate good sportsmanship and maintain a high level of participation.

Students will continue to play big base.  They will should the ability to follow the rules and governor play on their own.

Outdoor PE

Students will work on packing and maintaining their skiing equipment.

Students will begin a fishing unit:  Students will identify 3 fishing knots and perform one of those with 2 types of fishing line and a hook.

PE/Health 8

Students will set up and play a round robin 3 on 3, half court, tournament.

Students will demonstrate their ability to follow the rules of game play during competition.

Students will set up and play a round robin 3 on 3, half court, tournament.

Students will demonstrate their ability to follow the rules of game play during competition.

APE

6/7 PE

Students work together to score and play a full volleyball game.


Students show respect and patience as everyone in the class continues to learn basic volleyball skills during gameplay.

Students will continue to work on skills while using some modifications to help improve their success.

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Week of 1-6-19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will compete in modified softball games via round robin tournament.

Students will work together as a team by playing multiple roles and positions in an effort to get outs and score runs.

Students will compete in modified softball games via round robin tournament.

Students will show good sportsmanship by following gameplay rules and being respectful to both peers and opponents.

Softball Study Guide:https://tinyurl.com/ydp7adre

Students will review their understanding of softball rules/terms while continuing to play a modified softball tournament.

Students will begin playing a kickball game called Big Base.  Big Base a modified Kickball game to support larger groups.  Students still have to follow basic gameplay rules similar to softball.

Students will continue to play big base.  They will should the ability to follow the rules and governor play on their own.

Outdoor PE

Students will begin forming and molding their snow creatures.


Students work together with a plan to build a creature of snow and ice.

Snow creatures building continued.

Sub Plans: Big Base

Snow creatures building continued.

  • Students will be working together to add specific details to their animal.

Students will begin finalizing their snow creatures.

Students work together effectively in groups.  Each student should have their role in the process.

PE/Health 8

Students will use their basketball fundamentals of dribbling, shooting, and guarding to compete in an individual game of basketball called 21.

Students will use their basketball fundamentals of dribbling, shooting, and guarding to compete in an individual game of basketball called 21.

Sub Plans: Basketball Games

Students will discuss and review basic basketball rules

  • Inbounding
  • Fouls
  • Screens
  • Violations

Students will begin small games of 4 on 4.

Students will discuss and review basic basketball rules

  • Inbounding
  • Fouls
  • Screens
  • Violations

Students will begin small games of 4 on 4.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will practice a 3 step volleyball approach and attack.

  • Volleyball scrimmage

Students will scrimmage in volleyball.  Students focus on using proper cues to pass, set, and hit.

Sub plans:  Big Base

Students will learn to score and rotate properly in volleyball.

Students work together to score and play a full volleyball game.


Students show respect and patience as everyone in the class continues to learn basic volleyball skills during gameplay.

Week of 1-2-19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will play kickball/softball variation games.

Students will work together effectively to play to field and get outs.


Students will be able to strike and underhand softball toss.

Outdoor PE

Students will review and prepare for their Snow Sculpture assignment.

Students will be outside for snow activities including building their shelters, Skiing, and preparing to build their snow sculpture.

PE/Health 8

Students will review and play shooting games in basketball.

Students will review and play shooting games in basketball.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will begin a unit on volleyball.  Students will be able to list multiple opportunities to get involved with the sport.

  • Students will learn how to “pepper”
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass.        

Students will focus on serving the ball over the net underhand and/or overhand with proper technique.

Week of 12-16-19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Review:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rd89CGg8hKwNWhmq8LxRUf-oczHGf7YzLYTjlrlxsuk/edit

Students will play in a large scooter hockey game.

Students will actively participate in a game of hockey while following rules and expectations of the game.

Students will actively participate in a game of hockey while following rules and expectations of the game.

Floor Hockey Assessment:  


Students will play a group game of their choice.

Outdoor PE

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Students work together effectively to build an overnight safety shelter.

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Students work together effectively to build an overnight safety shelter.

Students work together effectively to build an overnight safety shelter.

PE/Health 8

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Students will actively participate in a game of hockey while following rules and expectations of the game.

Floor Hockey Assessment:  


Students will play a group game of their choice.

Floor Hockey Assessment:  


Students will play a group game of their choice.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.

Students will work together to play a modified volleyball game.


Students will be respectful and helpful during setup, gameplay, and clean-up

Week of 12-9-19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Gameplay continued.

  • Students will be able to rotate effectively in floor hockey during gameplay.

Students will work together effectively offensively and defensively in a game of floor hockey.

Students will work together effectively offensively and defensively in a game of floor hockey.

Students will work together effectively offensively and defensively in a game of floor hockey.

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Outdoor PE

Students will be able to climb and coast down a small in with CC skis.

Students will plan their Safety Shelters and Ice sculptures.

Junior Testing:  Dodgball/Big Base

Students will review expectations for their Survival Safety Shelter:

Students compete in a team game of Big Base

Students will begin their Safety Shelters and Ice sculptures.

PE/Health 8

Students will continue working on passing and stick handling in hockey using the 3 on 2 drill.

Students will continue working on passing and stick handling in hockey using the 3 on 2 drill.

Students will learn basic rules, set-up, for a hockey game.  Students will discuss subbing and practice during the game.

Students will learn basic rules, set-up, for a hockey game.  Students will discuss subbing and practice during the game.

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will scrimmage in volleyball.  Students will demonstrate basic knowledge of forearm passing and setting skills.

Students will be able to set up, play, and score a regular game of volleyball with minimal assistance from the teacher.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.

Students are respectful to one another during class.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.

Students are respectful to one another during class.

Students will play a team game with a holiday theme. Students will work together effectively and be respectful to their classmates during competitive play.

Week of 12/2/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will encourage one another and work on hockey terminology while engaging in scooter hockey.

Intro to floor hockey

Students will know 3 cues to a good pass in floor hockey.

Sub Plans

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will work on wrist shots in floor hockey.

Students will do modified drills in hockey to help improve individual skills

  • 3 on 2

  • Students will engage in full hockey game
  • Students will have basic knowledge of positions and rotation in hockey.

Outdoor PE

Intro to CC Skiing:  Students will understand two types of binding and skis and have the opportunity to pick between them.

Students will attempt to ski using proper strides and movement.

Students will participate safely in CC skiing.

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will be able to CC ski 2 laps around the track within the class period.

Students will be able to climb a hill and work their way down safely.

PE/Health 8

Students will encourage one another and work on hockey terminology with engaging in scooter hockey.

Students will encourage one another and work on hockey terminology with engaging in scooter hockey.

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

  • Intro to Floor Hockey:
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass in floor hockey.

Intro to Floor Hockey:

Students will know 3 cues to a good pass in floor hockey.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will begin a unit on volleyball.  Students will be able to list multiple opportunities to get involved with the sport.

  • Students will learn how to “pepper”
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass.        

Students will focus on serving the ball over the net underhand and/or overhand with proper technique.

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will learn to attack a ball at the net via 3 step approach to a hit or tip.

Students will scrimmage in volleyball and demonstrate the ability to rotate and call the ball.

Week of 11/11/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will continue finishing their tournament games.

Students will play and assess their own performance and a classmates via rubric.

Students will play and assess their own performance and a classmates via rubric.

Students will play holiday, thanksgiving, themed game.

Outdoor PE

Students will shoot for location playing tic tac toe.

Students will shoot 3D targets with intention to aim at the proper zone on each target.

Tree Stand safety:  

PE/Health 8

Omnikin Ball:  Students will compete using proper skills and demonstrate understanding during gameplay.

Students will review Omnikin Ball rules and gameplay and play a modified Omnikin game.

Students will review Omnikin Ball rules and gameplay and play a modified Omnikin game.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of Omnikin Ball

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of Omnikin Ball

APE

6/7 PE

Students will play 1 bounce volleyball.  Students will focus on improving their serving and passing technique during game play.

Students will review their knowledge of volleyball. Students will play a modified volleyball game.

Week of 11/11/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Sub Plans:

Sub Plans

Students will understand how the concept and set up of “free throws”.

Free throw practice via game of 21

Students will incorporate a new play within their team.  

  • Tournament play will begin.

Continue 5 on 5 tournament play

  • NFHS offcial signals

Outdoor PE

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Army Presenter:

Students will learn how to fill out a scorecard in archery.

Students will finish shooting and scoring a full round of archery.


Students will shoot for location playing tic tac toe.

PE/Health 8

Omnikin Ball:  Students will compete using proper skills and demonstrate understanding during gameplay.

Omnikin Ball:  Students will compete using proper skills and demonstrate understanding during gameplay.

Omnikin Ball:  Students will compete using proper skills and demonstrate understanding during gameplay.

APE

6/7 PE

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will set up and play a modified volleyball game.  Students will learn proper gameplay rules and understand at least 3 violations of game play.

Students will play the game of volleyball while demonstrating proper skills to serve and return the volleyball.

Week of 11/5/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will play a 5 on 5 game in basketball with 2 officials.  Students will stop halfway and talk about strategies, and attempt to implement one.

Students will have a team of 5, each team will develop and practice their own play.

Sub plans:  Students will work in groups to set up and play their favorite basketball games.

Students will plan and implement a new basketball play within their team.

Students will be able to perform two plays within a live game setting.

Offiating Signals:http://www.gccoa.us/basketball/documents/NFHS%20Basketball%20Hand%20Signals.pdf

Students will play in full court game play.  Students will practice implementing free throws, inbounding correctly, and setting up plays.

Outdoor PE

Students will be introduced to the 11 steps to archery success.  Students will also learn the whistle commands for shooting safety.

Students will practice and implement the 11 steps of archery success.  Students will properly rack their bow, noc their arrow, and pull their their arrows, for safety purposes.

Sub plans:  

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students will practice shooting and assess one another on the 11 steps to archery success.

Students will continue to work on their 11 steps while shooting safely.

PE/Health 8

Students will learn and play the game of Kin-ball.

Students will work together effectively in small groups.

Students will display good sportsmanship during competitive team play.

Students will learn and play the game of Kin-ball.

Students will work together effectively in small groups.

Students will display good sportsmanship during competitive team play.

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students will learn and play the game of Kin-ball.

Students will work together effectively in small groups.

Students will display good sportsmanship during competitive team play.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will begin a unit on volleyball.  Students will be able to list multiple opportunities to get involved with the sport.

  • Students will learn how to “pepper”
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass.        

Students will focus on serving the ball over the net underhand and/or overhand with proper technique.

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students will learn to attack a ball at the net via 3 step approach to a hit or tip.

Week of 10/28/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will review volleyball rules and terminology and play a modified Volleyball game.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball

Students will begin basketball.

Halloween Games

3 on 2 drill, 3rd player is an official.

-Students will focus on passing, and following gameplay rules, while also practicing officiating their classmates.

-Students will recognize 5 different types of fouls or violations within the games.

Outdoor PE

Students will assess their ability to orienteer via calculating points on a map, measuring distance, then calculating those same points and distance in actuality.

Students will review and catch-up on past materials.  

Students will have their final orientation course.  It will be a race to the finish.

Students will play a halloween game.

Students will finish their orienteering final worksheet and do a wildlife lab in the woods.

PE/Health 8

Students will review their tests and play a modified Omnikin Ball game.

Students will review their tests and play a modified Omnikin Ball game.

Students will play modified team games with the Omnikin Ball.

Students will work together effectively to accomplish large team tasks.

Students will play a halloween game.

Students will watch Omnikin Ball professionals, and begin learning basic rules for the game

APE

6/7 PE

Students will play a full 7 on 7 football game.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of flag football.

Students will play a team game in the wrestling room (blood drive).

Students will redo, review tests, and play a game of choice.

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Week of 10/21/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will continue to develop and improve their volleying and striking skills during gameplay

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Outdoor PE

Students will have a basic understanding of how to use a compass and a map to locate specific points

Students will become familiar with an orienteering compass and a map of the school outdoor area.  Students will work to mark specific points.

Students will be able to pace themselves properly in order to calculate feet while finding their target.

Students will use their orienteering skills to set their own target (a golf ball) from a specific point by giving correct degrees and distance in feet.

  • Students will then locate each others targets based off this information.

Thursday continued.

PE/Health 8

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

Students will review their knowledge of volleyball.

Study Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zOdMqllkS_wzUIPEYgb2vIyC4J3AyaKdMRgqfoxrQEM/edit 

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will understand football concepts/rules necessary to line up and run a play legally.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students play small sided games of flag football.

  • Students are able to line up and run plays while following basic football rules.

Students can play a 7 on 7 games by marking the ball correctly, lining up appropriately, and running football plays.  Students are respect

7 on 7 continued.

Week of 10/21/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will continue to develop and improve their volleying and striking skills during gameplay

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Outdoor PE

Students will have a basic understanding of how to use a compass and a map to locate specific points

Students will become familiar with an orienteering compass and a map of the school outdoor area.  Students will work to mark specific points.

Students will be able to pace themselves properly in order to calculate feet while finding their target.

Students will use their orienteering skills to set their own target (a golf ball) from a specific point by giving correct degrees and distance in feet.

  • Students will then locate each others targets based off this information.

Thursday continued.

PE/Health 8

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

Students will review their knowledge of volleyball.

Study Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zOdMqllkS_wzUIPEYgb2vIyC4J3AyaKdMRgqfoxrQEM/edit 

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will understand football concepts/rules necessary to line up and run a play legally.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students play small sided games of flag football.

  • Students are able to line up and run plays while following basic football rules.

Students can play a 7 on 7 games by marking the ball correctly, lining up appropriately, and running football plays.  Students are respect

7 on 7 continued.

Week of 10/21/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will continue to develop and improve their volleying and striking skills during gameplay

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Outdoor PE

Students will have a basic understanding of how to use a compass and a map to locate specific points

Students will become familiar with an orienteering compass and a map of the school outdoor area.  Students will work to mark specific points.

Students will be able to pace themselves properly in order to calculate feet while finding their target.

Students will use their orienteering skills to set their own target (a golf ball) from a specific point by giving correct degrees and distance in feet.

  • Students will then locate each others targets based off this information.

Thursday continued.

PE/Health 8

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

Students will review their knowledge of volleyball.

Study Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zOdMqllkS_wzUIPEYgb2vIyC4J3AyaKdMRgqfoxrQEM/edit 

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of volleyball.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will understand football concepts/rules necessary to line up and run a play legally.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students play small sided games of flag football.

  • Students are able to line up and run plays while following basic football rules.

Students can play a 7 on 7 games by marking the ball correctly, lining up appropriately, and running football plays.  Students are respect

7 on 7 continued.

10/14/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Test:  Students will be assessed on their knowledge of the game of soccer.

Students will be introduced to volleyball:

Students will know and demonstrate 3 cues to a good forearm pass.

Students will learn how to effectively serve underhand and overhand.

  • Serving game called battleship        

Students will practice a 3 step approach when hitting.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

Outdoor PE

Students will be assessed on their ability to calculate the moderate physical activity heart rate zone for an individual and themselves.

Students power walk for a mile and attempt to push the pace to meet their level of moderate physical activity.

Students will be able to explain what geocaching is.

Students will be challenged physically and mentally by attempting to find a mark via geocaching.

Students will continue to follow GPS to a geocache and search for the marker.  Students will attempt to walk a speed that helps them reach their target heart rate.

Students will continue to follow GPS to a geocache and search for the marker.  Students will attempt to walk a speed that helps them reach their target heart rate

PE/Health 8

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

Students will play a modified volleyball game called 4-Square.

Students will work together in small team effectively while showing good sportsmanship.

Students will play a modified volleyball game called 4-Square.

Students will work together in small team effectively while showing good sportsmanship.

Students will play a modified volleyball game.  They will attempt to do a pass, set, and hit.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

  • Locks

Students will be introduced to paddle locks, be able to unlock their own, and be assigned lockers.

Intro to football:

Students will watch some highlights of professional football

Perform the skill of throwing and catching.

Students will learn 3 route patterns and be able to throw to a classmate on the run.

Students will play ultimate football:  Sutdents will focus on throwing accuracy to a moving target.

Week of 10/8/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will play an official game of soccer.  Students will be able to follow the rules with limited guidance from the instructor.

Students will play a modified soccer game while following normal game play rules and demonstrating their skills in soccer.

Sub Plans:  Students will rotate through a variety of stations while staying positive and on task.

Students will demonstrate positive behavior and sportsmanship during class.

Students will exercise their soccer skills and ability during a modififed soccer game..

Test Review:

Full game with subs.

Outdoor PE

Students will understand how to calculate their resting heart rate.

Students will begin power walking and understand the benefits of using power walking as a workout.

Students will calculate their Moderate to Vigorous target heart rate.  Students will attempt to meet their target heart rate via power walking.

Sub Plans:  Students will rotate through a variety of stations while staying positive and on task.

Students will demonstrate positive behavior and sportsmanship during class

Students will do 3 activities to calculate heart rate.  

Students will do a worksheet reflecting on their activity levels for the day.

Students participate in a group game and focus on getting to their target heart rate.

PE/Health 8

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Sub Plans:  Students will rotate through a variety of stations while staying positive and on task.

Students will demonstrate positive behavior and sportsmanship during class

Students will be able to score and rotate correctly in volleyball.

Students will be able to manage and play a full volleyball game with limited instruction and guidance from the instructor.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will work together to play a full game of flag football: They can

  • Run a play
  • Mark the ball
  • Keep track of downs and calculate first downs
  • Play multiple positions.

Students will work together to play a full game of flag football: They can

  • Run a play
  • Mark the ball
  • Keep track of downs and calculate first downs
  • Play multiple positions.

Sub Plans:  Students will rotate through a variety of stations while staying positive and on task.

Students will demonstrate positive behavior and sportsmanship during class

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of football.

Students review and play a group game of their choice.


Week of 10/1/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will continue developing their footwork on dribbling, passing, and kicking, while playing a modified soccer games game.

Students will follow rules and expectations to create a safe learning environment.

Students will be able to follow a modified soccer game following fair play rules and expectations of soccer.

Sub Plans: Scooter Soccer

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students will be able to move the ball through the court effectively while practicing on the rules of soccer.

Students will be able to perform both and indirect and direct kick in class.

Students will inbound the soccer ball correctly pending the situation in each area of the field (overhead throw, corner kick, goal kick).

Students will play an official game of soccer.  Students will be able to follow the rules with limited guidance from the instructor.

Outdoor PE

Students will be able to adjust to play a modified version of ultimate on scooters.  Students will effectively work as a team to pass the ball and play defense in a team game.

Students will use their knowledge and skill in ultimate to play and official game.

Students will be assessed on their skills during authentic play and skills. checklist.

Sub Plans:  2 Way Ultimate football.

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students will be able to move the ball through the court effectively while practicing on the rules of ultimate

Students will show the skills necessary to compete in a game of ultimate frisbee.  Students will work together to move the frisbee up and down the court and set up a defense on the opposing team.

Students will use their knowledge and skill in ultimate to play and official game.

Students will be assessed on their skills during authentic play and skills.

PE/Health 8

Group A

Students will know 3 basic cues to and underhand and overhand serve.

Group B

Students will know 3 basic cues to and underhand and overhand serve.

Students will set up and play Big Base.

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Group B:

Students will learn a 3 step approach when attacking a ball in volleyball.

Group A:

Students will learn a 3 step approach when attacking a ball in volleyball.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will understand football concepts/rules necessary to line up and run a play legally.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students will set up and play Big Base.

Students show good sportsmanship and stay on task during a team game.

Students review their knowledge of football and play minigames of flag football.

Test Review:

Ultimate Football games.

Week of 9/23/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

 

Test Review:

Students will see demonstrations of high level soccer.

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwf-DHYNois
Students will warm up with hacky sack with a soccer ball

Passing:  Students will be able to pass the ball effectively with the inside of both feet.  

Students will  be able to control a ball with their feet while navigating the field of play. 1:4:A2

  • Small games
  • Knockout

Students will use

passing skills to keep the ball in their teams possession. 1:4:B1

  • Pig in the middle                

Students will be able to shoot and kick toward a goal with a three step approach.

  • Students will work together in teams in small sided team games.

Soccer:  Shooting mini games.

Students work together in a team game by passing and commincating.

Students play safely in a competitive environment while showing good sportsmanship.

Outdoor PE

Students will discuss attributes that make up a well rounded athlete.

Test Review:

Students will discuss what “Ultimate Frisbee” is and the opportunities in the area.

Students will learn the three techniques to throwing the frisbee.

Students will understand the rules of ultimate frisbee and be able to list 2 defensive and offensive strategies.

Students will continue developing their throwing and catching skills via small game play.

Students will be able to play and self officiate a game of ultimate frisbee.

Students should good sportsmanship and team cooperation during game play.

PE/Health 8

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will begin a unit on volleyball.  Students will be able to list multiple opportunities to get involved with the sport.

  • Students will learn how to “pepper”
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass.        

Students will begin a unit on volleyball.  Students will be able to list multiple opportunities to get involved with the sport.

  • Students will learn how to “pepper”
  • Students will know 3 cues to a good pass.        

. Students will know 3 basic cues to setting.

Students will know 3 basic cues to setting.

APE

6/7 PE

Sub Plans:

Students will demonstrate the ability to follow class rules and expectations during class.

Students will work together to play a group game with limited intervention.

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

  • Locks

Students will be introduced to paddle locks, be able to unlock their own, and be assigned lockers.

Intro to football:

Students will watch some highlights of professional football

Perform the skill of throwing and catching.

Students will learn 3 route patterns and be able to throw to a classmate on the run.

Week : 9/15/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Game play:  Students will be able to follow rules and regulation of a 7 on 7 flag football game.

Students will show their knowledge and skill of the sport through gameplay.

Gameplay Cont.

Students will demonstrate a positive attitude and a willingness to compete with good sportsmanship in a competitive setting.

Sub Plans: Big Base

Students will play cooperatively together while displaying good sportsmanship and fair play.

Students will follow class rules and protocol while the teacher is away.

Students will have a quiz on their playbook.

Students will continue game play from Monday.

Students will play the last team in a competitive game.

Students will know how to run 4 plays during game play.

Students will be assessed on their content knowledge and skills.

Outdoor PE

Students will play a full soccer game.  They will be able to follow the rules of play with limited guidance.

Students will show good sportsmanship and teamwork while competing in soccer.

Sub Plans: Big Base

Students will play cooperatively together while displaying good sportsmanship and fair play.

Students will follow class rules and protocol while the teacher is away.

Students will be able to demonstrate a proper indirect, direct, and penalty kick while playing in a game of soccer.

Students will review the rules and gameplay and play soccer.

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Students will have

an assessment of their soccer content knowledge and assess their current skills.

PE/Health 8

Students will play icebreakers games.

All Aboard: team building game.

Students will get to know one another better by engaging in a “guess who” game.

Sub Plans: Big

Base

Students will play cooperatively together while displaying good sportsmanship and fair play.

Students will play cooperatively together while displaying good sportsmanship and fair play.

Students will follow class rules and protocol as expected.

Students will play icebreakers games.

All Aboard: team building game.

Students will work on boosting self esteem/trust in a compliment card activity.

Students will play icebreakers games.

All Aboard: team building game.

Students will work on boosting self esteem/trust in a compliment card activity.

APE

6/7 PE

Students will be able to play a full flag football game with limited direction from the teacher.

  • Run Plays
  • Calculate first downs
  • Understand turnovers
  • Play numerous positions

Sub Plans: Big

Base

Students will play cooperatively together while displaying good sportsmanship and fair play.

Students will encourage and support one another during competitive play in flag football.

Students will be able to play a full flag football game with limited direction from the teacher.

  • Run Plays
  • Calculate first downs
  • Understand turnovers
  • Play numerous positions

Students will be assessed on their knowledge of football.

Week 2: 9/9/19

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will compete in small scrimmage using routes learned in previous lessons to formulate plays.

Students will work together to ensure each teammate gets equal opportunity to field all the positions.

Students will use cooperative team skills to run their own practice.  Each team will learn two plays and create their own play.

Students will be able to “tackle” using flag belts and work or correct angles.

Students will Scrimmage each team.

Students will use cooperative team skills to run their own practice.  Each team will learn two plays and create their own play.

Wed. continued….

Review and pick up the same lesson.  Students will know 4 plays and their role within each play.

Game play:  Students will be able to follow rules and regulation of a 7 on 7 flag football game.

Students will show their knowledge and skill of the sport through gameplay.

Gameplay Cont.

Students will demonstrate a positive attitude and a willingness to compete with good sportsmanship in a competitive setting.

Outdoor PE

Students will continue developing their footwork on dribbling, passing, and kicking, while playing a modified soccer games game.

Students will follow rules and expectations to create a safe learning environment.

Students will be able to perform both and indirect and direct kick in class.

Students will inbound the soccer ball correctly pending the situation in each area of the field (overhead throw, corner kick, goal kick).

Students will play a modified soccer game.

Students will demonstrate a positive attitude and a willingness to compete with good sportsmanship in a competitive setting.

Bad Weather!

Students will play an indoor modified game of soccer while they continue to improve their soccer skills.

Students will follow rules and expectations to create a safe learning environment.

Students will learn the field of play and positioning required in a full field soccer game.

Students will demonstrate a positive attitude and a willingness to compete with good sportsmanship in a competitive setting

PE/Health 8

Students will build trust in their classmate via trust building activities.

Class Speaker:  Chippewa Co. Health Officer and their services.

Students will build trust in their classmate via trust building activities.

Students will build trust in their classmate via trust building activities.

Students will build trust in their classmate via trust building activities.

APE

None

None

Biking

none

6/7 PE

Students will understand football concepts/rules necessary to line up and run a play legally.

Students will understand two offensive strategies  vs. defense strategies in football.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Students will use their knowledge and skill acquisition to run a football scrimmage in small groups.

Class

Monday

Tuesday  

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PE/Health 9

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

  • Locks
  • Icebreakers

Students will look at football as a lifetime sport.

Students will be able to give me 3 cues to a good throw in football.

Students will learn 3 route patterns and be able to throw to a classmate on the run.1:4:B1

-Continue routes:


-Students will show the ability to backpedal and break on a route as a defensive player.

Outdoor PE

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

-Locks

  • Icebreakers

Students will see demonstrations of high level soccer.


Students will warm up with hacky sack with a soccer ball

Passing:  Students will be able to pass the ball effectively with the inside of both feet.  

Students will  be able to control a ball with their feet while navigating the field of play. 1:4:A2

  • Small games
  • Knockout

Students will use

passing skills to keep the ball in their teams possession. 1:4:B1

  • Pig in the middle                

Students will be able to shoot and kick toward a goal with a three step approach.

  • Students will work together in teams in small sided team games.

PE/Health 8

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

  • RPC CHAMPION

Students will learn daily routines and work on team building.

  • Team Building Activities
  • Birdie On a Perch

Students will learn daily routines and work on team building.

  • Team Building Activities
  • Birdie On a Perch
  • Team Tag Ball

Students will continue to work on routines.

Students will use their cooperation and team skills to be successful in a team icebreaker games.

  • Team Tag Ball

Color tag

APE

6/7 PE

Students will go through the syllabus and understand the expectations of the class.

  • Locks

Students will be introduced to paddle locks, be able to unlock their own, and be assigned lockers.

Intro to football:

Students will watch some highlights of professional football

Perform the skill of throwing and catching.

Students will learn 3 route patterns and be able to throw to a classmate on the run.

Students will demonstrate their knowledge and skill of soccer via gameplay.  Students will work together as a team and show good sportsmanship during game play.

Game play continued:

Students will calculate their heart rate while resting and after a 20 minute power walk.  Students then will evaluate how power walking fits their exercise expectations.

Students will understand how to rotate and score correctly in a game of volleyball.

Students will play a full game of flag football on the football field while following all rules and expectations of gameplay.