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2 Blacktop Games Treasures Grade 1 Unit 3 Have Fun! Created by Marjorie S. Smith Grade One Shipleys Choice Elementary

3 Introduction Many of our classmates do not know what to play during blacktop recess. First graders run in every direction. Often they run into each other and get hurt. Some run through games that others are trying to play. This is a problem that we must solve before someone is seriously hurt. > Task > Process > Eval > Citations

4 Task It is your mission to seek and find games that can be played SAFELY on our blacktop. Not much equipment should be needed. A small group of children should play it. You must share the blacktop with others. You will research a game, alone or with a partner, and teach the game using a poster, brochure, or book you have written. < Intro > Process > Eval > Citations

5 Process Step 1 First you will research games that can be played during blacktop recess. Step 2 Next you will pick one of these games to teach a small group of your classmates. Step 3 Then you will create a poster, brochure or book explaining how to play the game. You will include the name of the game, the equipment needed, the rules and scoring. Step 4 Finally you will teach the game. Process> Step 1 Process > Step 2 Process > Step 3 Process > Step 4 < Intro < Task > Eval > Citations

6 Blacktop Recess Games Jump Rope Activities Ball Games Running Games Hopscotch Games First research games that can be played during blacktop recess. Process Step 1 Process > Step 2 < Intro < Task < Process > Eval > Citations

7 Jump Rope Activities Traditional Children's Games: Jump Rope Traditional Children's Games: Jump Rope Chinese Jump Rope Jump Rope Rhymes < Process Step 1 Process > Step 2

8 Ball Games 4 Square Game Dodge Ball < Process Step 1 Process > Step 2

9 Running Games Red Light/Green Light Red Light/Green Light Tag Games Freeze Tag Hospital Tag Man Tag Partner Tag Tiggy Off the Ground < Process Step 1 Process > Step 2

10 Hopscotch Games Traditional Children's Games: Hopscotch Traditional Children's Games: Hopscotch Hopscotch from Around the World < Process Step 1 Process > Step 2

11 Process Step 2 < Process Step 1 Process > Step 3 Pick a game to teach a small group of your classmates. Use a flow map to organize information about your game. Flow Map < Intro < Task < Process > Citations > Eval

12 Poster < Process Step 2 Process > Step 4 BrochureBook Game Materials How to Play < Intro < Task < Process > Citations > Eval Use your organizer to create a poster, brochure, or book explaining how to play your game. Process Step 3

13 Process Step 4 < Process Step 3 Finally use your poster, brochure, or book to help you show and tell a group of classmates how to play your game. < Intro < Task < Process > Eval > Citations

14 Evaluation Oral Presentation Rubric : Teaching a Blacktop Game Student Name: ________________________________________ Date: ________________________________________________ CATEGORY Stays on TopicStays on topic all (100%) of the time. Stays on topic most (99-90%) of the time. Stays on topic some (89%-75%) of the time. It was hard to tell what the topic was. ContentShows a full understanding of the topic. Shows a good understanding of the topic. Shows a good understanding of parts of the topic. Does not seem to understand the topic very well. Sequential OrderThe instructions were given in sequential order. Most of the instructions were in order. Some of the instructions were in order. It was difficult to understand order. VolumeVolume is loud enough to be heard by all audience members throughout the presentation. Volume is loud enough to be heard by all audience members at least 90% of the time. Volume is loud enough to be heard by all audience members at least 80% of the time. Volume often too soft to be heard by all audience members. < Task < Intro > Citations < Process HOME

15 Citations Games from Around the World. March 4, Nieboer, Geof. Kids Games. March 4, Peters, Sandy and Thomas. Topics Online Magazine - Traditional Children's Games from Around the World. March 4, Playground Fun. Culture Online / working with the British Council and produced by Learnthings Ltd.. March 16, < Intro < Task < Process < Eval HOME


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