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This lesson is one of the lessons I am planning on teaching within the next week. The students I will be working with are children of the Owensville Middle School faculty. I work during the day; so the teachers and their children are very nice and will be staying after school for me to complete my lesson. Most of the students I will be teaching are in grades 1-4. Any input would be great.
Instructor: Greg Carwile
Lesson: Let’s Dance
Owensville Middle School
Time: 40 minutes
Equipment: whistle, stereo, music: “Bunny Hop” and “Duck Dance”
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Pronounced YOU-nee-commons, the name conveys a sense of togetherness in learning. "Uni" is a recognized contraction of "university" and also means "one" in the formation of compound words ("Uni," n.d.). This project focuses on a return to the original meaning of university as "a community of masters and scholars" ("University," n.d., para. 1). "Commons" represents shared ground or a shared road ("Concurrency," 2008) whereby learners at UniCommons.com may share a common platform to develop and present their scholarship.
With the passing of George Steinbrenner, I decided to start a collaborative project that compiled some of the greatest team owners/managers in sports. Nominate the person who you believe had an influential effect on a team or sport and explain their major contribution to sports management. It can be any manager/owner in any sport.
1) Owner/manager: George Steinbrenner (July 4, 1930 – July 13, 2010)
I’m sure you’ve all noticed that the link to the sport psychology movies in the “Watching a Sport Psychology Movie” assignment in the Apply section for this class doesn’t work. Prof. Sather says he is aware of it and has yet to find a useful list elsewhere on the web. I thought it’d be a worthwhile activity for us to work on a group project creating a sport psychology movie list. If we all contribute a couple of movies then we should have something useful for our class to use for the “Watching a Sport Psychology Movie” assignment and for future classes if Prof. Sather decides to use it. Read more »
November 30, 2010
100, 200, 400 meter athletes training
Instructor- Mike Erland
Evaluator- Kristyn Lee
- Equipment and materials are organized for maximum efficiency and safety.
- Teacher maintains order and students are on task throughout the lesson.
- Good pedagogical techniques are employed.
- Appropriate tempo and flow is maintained for the activities.
- Time is managed properly.
- Transitions between activities are smooth.
- All students are supervised throughout the teaching session.
This is a shortened version of my previous basketball lesson plan
3 Day Basketball plan
Rules: No jewelry and rubber bands. No sagging, no boots sandles or casual shoes. Cross Trainers and Basketball shoes only. Arm bands and things of that nature are permitted as long as it is not a distraction. Glasses are okay, but not recommended.
Fundamentals will be the biggest part of the first week.
The rules of the sport to be covered in week one will have to do with dribbling. After roll call, at the beginning of instruction I will demonstrate double dribbling carrying and traveling violations. These are the only necessary rules to include thus far as I move into the session.
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