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Physical Education Lesson Plan

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This is a lesson plan for physical education including outcomes directed towards personal safety

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Physical Education Lesson Plan

  1. 1. Physical Education Lesson Plan<br />By:<br />Andrew Westwood<br />
  2. 2. Social Network Relay<br />This lesson plan is for a physical education class from grades 4-12. <br />This game will allow the students top realize the danger and safety concerns related with social network sites<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />The first thing to do is address the safety concerns with social network sites such as cyber bullying and sexual predators.<br />Once an overview is done with the students you are able to continue on with the lesson <br />
  4. 4. Game Specifics<br />This game will concentrate on sexual predators and the danger associated with social network sites<br />
  5. 5. Game Sequence<br />Once you are done the overview of sexual predators you will give your students an assignment<br />You will get your students to make a new profile on a social network site, or make a fake profile on adobe photoshop or on word if parents are against making a real profile <br />
  6. 6. Game Sequence<br />The profile they make will not be a random one. They will pick characteristics out of a hand in which the teacher has made. <br />These characteristics will entail things such as: - make a picture of you 10 years older<br /> - make a picture of you with different hair and eyes<br />- make a picture of yourself as the opposite sex<br />
  7. 7. Game Sequence<br />There can be multiple characteristics as the same characteristic will be different for different students<br />This part of the assignment will be very enjoyable for students as they will enjoy going on the computer to do an assignment<br />They will also enjoy making a photo of themselves that is different from what they look like<br />
  8. 8. Game Sequence <br />For a preview of how to do this you can show the students adobe photoshop which is free.<br />You can show them how to change hair colors, hair styles, and other features.<br />The students will probably have other resources on how to do this which is fine, as long as it fits the characteristics given.<br />
  9. 9. Game Sequence<br />The next day once the students are back you will take all the photos of the new person with the characteristics and name stapled to the back<br />You can now get the students into a warm up game of some sort for about 3-5 minutes. <br />This will allow you to take the names off the photos and mix them up. <br />Make sure there are two separate piles with the correct names to the photos in the same pile<br />
  10. 10. How to Play<br />The actual game will go as follows <br />You will have two groups split up evenly between the class. <br />All the photos and names of one group will be on the other groups side<br />This will be to make sure a student does not get their own picture. <br />
  11. 11. How to Play<br />On one side of the gym you will have the names of the students in a bag mixed up<br />On the other side you will have the photos nicely places along the floor with the picture side up<br />
  12. 12. How to Play<br />One student will pick a name out of the groups bag <br />They will then run, jump, skip, shuffle to the other side of the gym, depending on what the teacher wants them to do<br />Once the student is on the other side he/she will try to correspond the name with the picture<br />
  13. 13. How to Play<br />Once the student has picked a picture they will run back to their group<br />This will continue until all the students have gotten a chance to go and get a photo<br />
  14. 14. Objectives and Goals <br />The objective of the game is to match as many photos with names as possible <br />The team with the most matches wins<br />This game can be played multiple times as the chance of the same student getting the same name is unlikely<br />
  15. 15. Objectives and Goals<br />The goals of the game are hidden at first to the students <br />After the game is done you will ask how many they got wrong<br />You will then address how easy it is to make a fake profile<br />You show them that even though you may think you are talking to a 14 year old boy, you may not be. <br />
  16. 16. Objective and Goals<br />Once the games are over have the students show each other there own pictures, as they will enjoy looking at each others pictures <br />Once this is done reconfirm the dangers and personal safety concerns<br />This game was done as a fun activity, but was also done to show the dangers of social network sites and sexual predators <br />
  17. 17. Objectives and Goals<br />Make sure the students know that if they are threatened or weary of anything online to tell a parent or some one they trust immediately<br />Also that if anyone has sent anything to you requesting something inappropriate to save it and show it to someone they trust<br />
  18. 18. Curriculum Connections <br />Summary Chart for Safety<br />The student will demonstrate safe and responsible behaviours to manage risks and prevent injuries in physical activity participation and for daily living.<br />
  19. 19. Curriculum Connections<br />Strand B<br />Safety of Self and Others<br />1. Community Safety Awareness<br />2. Environmental Safety Awareness<br />3. Prevention and Care of Injuries<br />4. Community Support and Services<br />5. Violence Prevention<br />6. Personal Safety<br />
  20. 20. References<br />Facebook picture from <br /> : www.wvu.edu/~mcnair/latestnews.html<br />Myspace picture from<br />www.djsunshine.com/whatsnew.php<br />Manitoba Physical Education Curriculum Documents from<br />http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/physhlth/framework/safety.pdf<br />

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