Lesson plans and objectives

9/3 Tuesday, Blue Day
Review:  Students can name several biomechanical muscle groups used in running.
Students can name several biomechanical muscle groups in throwing.
Students can use those muscle groups to throw a football in a group setting.
Students can identify several ways a person can receive a football.
Students can practice handoffs, laterals, and forward passes in a small group setting.
 
 
9/4 Wednesday, White Day
Same as Tuesday
 
 
9/5 Thursday, Blue Day
Review:  Students can name several biomechanical muscle groups used in running and throwing.
Students can practice throwing/passing a football in a small group setting.
Students can work cooperatively in a small group setting running various pass patterns:
     fly
     down and out
     hook/curl
     slant
Students can design plays that use the various pass patterns or handoffs in a game-like situation.
 
 
9/6 Friday, White Day
Same as Thursday
 
9/9 Monday, White
The student can:
name/show a stretch for the hamstrings
name/show a stretch for the quadriceps
list 3 hints for running a mile pre-test succcessfully
name/run/identify 4 running patterns in football
properly grip a football for passing
step forward with opposite leg while passing
wear flags in a manner that demonstrates good sportsmanship
be a contributing member of a flag football team
 
Differentiated instruction-
Students:
lead stretches, exercises, help design 2 running plays and 2 passing plays for their flag football
team, critique one another on passing biomechanics.
 
 
9/10 Tuesday, Blue
Same as Monday
 
 
9/11 Wednesday, White
The student can:
critique the biomechanics of a partner's push-ups
complete and record the score of a push-up pretest, demonstrating proper form
help design offensive plays for his/her flag football team
show the proper and allowable way to block in flag football
be a contributing member of a flag football team
 
Differentiated instruction-
Students:
discuss the biomechanics of push-ups in a small group setting, record push-up pretest scores, help
design 2 more running and 2 more passing plays for their flag football team, discuss how
people can become contributing members of their football team.
 
 
9/12 Thursday, Blue
Same as Wednesday
 
 
9/13 Friday, White
The student can:
demonstrate knowledge of the following flag football terms through participation in a flag football
game:
offense, defense, quarterback, receiver, block, line of scrimmage, first down, interception,
fumble, kickoff, center, down and out, post, fly, slant, hook, curl, fake, hand-off, forward pass,
lateral, pitch
 
Differentiate instruction-
Students:
participate in flag football mini-games while a named student calls play-by-play (utilize vocab).