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Integration lesson: Integrating Art into Physical Education through movement/dance by creating a jump rope routine<br />Cr...
Showcase<br />My purpose for creating this power point is to showcase my lesson.  I also hope that my power point clearly ...
Objectives <br />1.  Review individual jump rope skills, performing stations<br />2.  Learn group jump rope skills, perfor...
Day by Day Procedures 		Day 1<br />Day 1:  The students will have a lesson in which they will use stations to perform the ...
Day 1 <br />Day 1:  Students will watch a jump rope for heart video to understand the concept of jump roping for the healt...
Day 2<br />Day 2:  The students will have a lesson in which they will use stations to perform the partner jump rope skills...
Day 3<br />Day 3:  The students will have the opportunity to create their groups jump rope routine.<br />Routine <br />Ind...
Day 3: Rubric Assessment Performance Task #1Jump Rope Routine Rubric Total points possible:  12<br />
Day 3 <br />Day 3:  The students will watch the collection made with art!<br />Link to Collection made with Art <br />Art ...
Day 4<br />Day 4:  The students will have the opportunity to create/practice their jump rope routine once the creation pro...
Day 5 & 6<br />Day 5 & 6:  The students will perform their jump rope routine in front of the class.<br />
Day 7<br />Constructed response work sheet for students after they have completed the lesson <br />Name: _________________...
Student Constructed Response<br /><ul><li>  Example of a 4th grade student’s constructive response
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  1. 1. Integration lesson: Integrating Art into Physical Education through movement/dance by creating a jump rope routine<br />Created by: Katie Herrmann<br />
  2. 2. Showcase<br />My purpose for creating this power point is to showcase my lesson. I also hope that my power point clearly explains the steps needed to create this lesson in your own school/classroom.<br />
  3. 3. Objectives <br />1. Review individual jump rope skills, performing stations<br />2. Learn group jump rope skills, performing stations<br />3. Review long rope jump rope skills, performing with small group <br />4. Create a jump rope routine based on skills learned throughout the unit<br />5. Learning to work with peers in a small group using team work<br />6. Demonstrate understanding of cooperation, and respect for others while groups perform their routines<br />
  4. 4. Day by Day Procedures Day 1<br />Day 1: The students will have a lesson in which they will use stations to perform the individual jump rope skills.<br />Learning Targets (Skills):<br />Individual jump rope<br />Rocking horse <br />Backwards <br />Double bounce<br />Single bounce<br />Straddle jump<br />Speed jump<br />Crossovers<br />Double under<br />Front to back 180<br />Day 1: Students will watch a jump rope for heart video to understand the concept of jump roping for the health of your body and heart through aerobic exercise.<br />
  5. 5. Day 1 <br />Day 1: Students will watch a jump rope for heart video to understand the concept of jump roping for the health of your body and heart through aerobic exercise.<br />Link to Jump Rope for Heart: American Heart Association <br />American Heart Association <br />
  6. 6. Day 2<br />Day 2: The students will have a lesson in which they will use stations to perform the partner jump rope skills.<br />Partner jump rope skills<br />Side by Side<br />Double Loops<br />Back to Front<br />Back to Back<br />Front to Front<br />Day 2: The students will have a lesson in which they will use stations to perform the group jump rope skills.<br />Long rope skills<br />Twirling- 1,2, 3 and over<br />rotate at elbow<br /> thumbs up<br />Facing the twirlers when you are jumping<br />Jumping in while the rope is twirling<br />Entrance (front door)<br />Enter as the rope turns away from the jumper<br />Entrance (back door)<br />Enter as the rope gets to nose height of the jumper<br />Exit <br />Turn towards the turners <br />Move close to turners<br /> Immediately after jumping brush shoulder of turner<br />
  7. 7. Day 3<br />Day 3: The students will have the opportunity to create their groups jump rope routine.<br />Routine <br />Individual skills<br />Partner skills<br />Long rope skills<br />Distinctive: beginning, middle, and end<br />Project: Create a jump rope routine based on criteria of Rubric<br />Jump Rope routines <br />Team Work<br />Problem solving<br />Visualizing<br />Inventing<br />Day 3: The students will watch the collection made with art!<br />
  8. 8. Day 3: Rubric Assessment Performance Task #1Jump Rope Routine Rubric Total points possible: 12<br />
  9. 9. Day 3 <br />Day 3: The students will watch the collection made with art!<br />Link to Collection made with Art <br />Art Collector Set Detail [collection]<br />
  10. 10. Day 4<br />Day 4: The students will have the opportunity to create/practice their jump rope routine once the creation process is complete.<br />
  11. 11. Day 5 & 6<br />Day 5 & 6: The students will perform their jump rope routine in front of the class.<br />
  12. 12. Day 7<br />Constructed response work sheet for students after they have completed the lesson <br />Name: _____________________<br />Classroom Teacher: ____________<br />Constructed Response <br />1. Describe the steps you and your team took to make sure your routine meat all of the criteria on the rubric. <br />2. If we were to do this activity again what would you do differently?<br />3. What did you do in order to make sure your team was working well together? <br />4. What part of creating the jump rope routine was the most difficult for you?<br />5. What part of the activity was the most fun for you?<br />6. What specific skills did you use in your performance? Please use the skills specific name.<br />
  13. 13. Student Constructed Response<br /><ul><li> Example of a 4th grade student’s constructive response
  14. 14. Student answers read by: Katie Herrmann </li>
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