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1 Key Ideas for class Phases of a lesson Characteristics of teaching style groupings Basic Task model - task progression Learning domains (channels) or curriculum organizers
2 Mechanics of unit planning Tim Hopper PE352 - 2001 Due: Friday, March 7th
3 “The journey is the destination.” Eldon, Kathy. (1997) The Journals of Dan Eldon. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.
4 Expectations A unit with subject matter and behaviour outcomes for 10 x 1hr lessons, NOT 10 LESSON PLANS Choose an activity from list
5 Requirements Philosophical statement How you believe your unit can contribute to an active lifestyle aim. What is teaching? What is learning? What assumptions are in your understanding of these two terms?
6 How can the way you understand teaching maximize student learning?
7 Outcomes Intents to tasks you create. Tasks will lead to CAPS objectives Assumed entry characteristics (Experience, culture, age)
9 Diversity Issues - How are they different? Gender ratio Ability range Cultural groups UNIQUE Children with Special Educational needs How will diversity add to your unit?
10 After you have an outline unit then… Exit outcomes?? - Skill and behaviour Unit objectives?? – What are students suppose to learn (CAPS)?
11 Sequence of major events Simple to more complex Key games/activities aim for in unit Tournament days Performance days Assessment days Field trips Task cards, stations
12 Content analysis What content will you teach? Subject-matter (motor skills needed) Conceptual understanding Personal/social behaviour What procedures and routines will happen during your unit? (often connect to personal/social curriculum organizer) Link to resources PE452 beginning units PE352 ten-lesson units
14 Block Plan – Badminton Gr 8 Other formats could be used - See Pe452
15 Conceptual understanding PURPOSE to learning What progressively gives meaning to the skills you use in gradually more challenging environments. Tennis? Gymnastics? Track and Field?
16 Phases of a skill (PE 341) Preparatory phase Wind-up phase (set-up) Force producing phase Follow-through and/or recovery phase (Carr, 1997)
17 Where to start? 1. Sport 2. Age 3. Games/Activities 4. Possible Sequence for unit 5. Task progression, concepts and skill cues 6. Outcomes – teaching styles?
18 Assessment ideas What results do you expect? How will you provide feedback to the learners regarding their progress? Formal – formative and summative Informal – ongoing (NB - Will develop in class after reading break)
19 Where do teaching styles fit into your plan? Student interest Practice Feedback Learning theories Student responsibility Active lifestyle concepts
20 Curriculum Organizers analyzeshow liststate definetell copyquestion describeidentify matchcreate nameinvent showdiscover comparesolve judgeapply Active Lifestyle (Cognitive) Personal & Social (Affective) Teaching Styles Review