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