PED 212: week 5 Final Project Essay

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Physical Education Kindergarten
Shatara Williams
PED 212: Foundation of Movement & Motor Activities
Instructor: James Woodward
February 03, 2014

LESSON PLAN Lesson Information: (Follow the Leader)
Date: 02/03/2014
Grade Level: Kindergarten (ages 5 and 6)
Level of Development: Kindergarten (ages 5 and 6)
Number of Students: 18
Fundamental Skill: Demonstrate locomotor skills (running, jumping, skipping, crawling, marching, and etc.)
State Standard: Georgia, The Georgia Performance Standards for Physical Education are founded on the National Physical Education Standards established by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. (NASPE) The Standards suggest what a physically educated
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Also keep your distance from other groups so that you do not bump into one another. you are not allowed to go outside the areas that are marked with bright orange place markers. Any student who does not follow the rules will sit in time out, if that does not work you will be giving an alternative assignment, and the last if you continue to misbehave I will then take you down to the principle office.
Teaching/Assessing: I will be walking around to monitor and assist each group and making sure that each group of students are performing each part of the lesson. If I see that a student is having a hard time performing one of the locomotor skills in this lesson I will work with them until the student has mastered the skill that they were having trouble with,
Home Connection: Dear Parents,
It is an honor to be able to able to work with your children. The purpose of this email is to provide you with an activity that you could do at home to help your child practice the locomotor skill running that they learned in class. Your child could chase the dog around in the yard that will help them grasp the locomotor skill running. If you have questions feel free to email me or stop by the classroom.
Mrs. Williams
Lesson Accommodations:
Accommodations for Children with Disabilities: Children who are in a wheelchair can roll themselves, or can have a partner push them through the pathways. Children who