Final Project

Online Unit Plan: Physical Education

Boxing: Grade 9

Outcomes: PE9.1

Examine and apply the principles of training (i.e., overload, progression, specificity, adaptation, use/disuse) to personal action plans that incorporate daily moderate to vigorous movement activity and focus on the improvement and/or maintenance of self-selected components of health-related fitness (cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility).

Indicators:

a. Apply an understanding of the principles of training while participating in movement activities that focus on challenging one or more components of health-related fitness.

c. Create, implement, evaluate, and revise a personal fitness plan that illustrates the use of the principles of training and incorporates at least 30 consecutive minutes of moderate to vigorous activity on a daily basis.

f. Assess fitness plans of others (e.g., classmate created, family member created) as to the effectiveness of the plans based on the incorporation of the principles of training to benefit specified components of health-related fitness.

g. Provide feedback to support others (e.g., classmate, family member) in making improvements to personal fitness plans.

Assessment:

Achievement of provincial curricula outcomes. Effectiveness of teaching strategies employed. Student self-reflection on learning (oral). Differentiated instruction.  Peer feedback (checklist assessment). Provide a brief demonstration of the skills learnt (project). Rubric. Observation. Guided discussion. Conferencing.

What I want students to know: the benefits of staying active. The benefits of daily cardio. The skills and techniques needed for boxing. To be able to create and implement the skills learnt.  How to constructively help each other and guide each other in their learning.

What students should understand: the skills and techniques must be used correctly to avoid injury. Stay within your weight class and skill level when choosing a partner.  The importance of intervals during heavy workouts.

Students should be able to: practice the techniques and skills learnt from the tutorial videos.  Create and assess individual and partner work.  Use the skills learnt in a safe and effective way.  Moderate their own workout so they are not over exerting themselves.

Essential Questions: What is the importance of staying active?  How does staying active affect our bodies and health?  How can we connect diet to activity?  How much activity should we be doing each day to stay healthy?  Why is cardio so important?

Inclusion and Adaptation Notes: For a child with an exceptionality, please modify to suit their needs.  Do not exclude the child from this lesson.  It is participation based.  The goal is to stay active.

NOTE: Handout rubric and checklist at the start of lesson 7 for assessment and evaluation.  

Lesson 1:

Stretches:  Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders –  cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges.  Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up:  Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible).  10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: Skipping for minutes as long as you can.

Activity 1: The Very Basics

Stance

Footwork

Punches

Practice each for 10 minutes.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: Stretches.  Shake yourself lose from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions.  Self refelct.

Lesson 2:

Stretches:  Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio (refer to previous link on skipping if needed/wanted).

Activity 2: Footwork, more in depth

Do’s and Don’ts of Footwork.

Balance.

Practice on your own facing the mirrors for ten minutes.

Practice what you have learnt so far with a partner.  Peer feedback and teaching is required.  Make a sequence involving 5 things you have learnt.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: Stretches. Shake your self off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 3:

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed

Activity 3: Dodging and Blocking Punches

How to slip a punch and counter punch.

How to block a punch

Practice on your own in front of the mirrors for ten minutes.

Practice in pairs.  Give useful pointers and positive feedback.  Peer teaching required.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: Stretches: shake yourself off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 4:

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed and agility – skipping

Activity 4: Increasing Punching Speed and Power

Speed

Practice what you have just learnt on the spot in front of the mirrors. 5 minutes.

Power

Set out stations with various equipment needed. Spend five minutes at each station, rotating until all have been completed.

Get into pairs. Spar (gently) practicing what you have learnt so far.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: Stretches. Shake yourself off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 5:

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed and agility. Go for a full three minutes – skipping.

Activity 5: Heavy Bag Use

Heavy Bag Workout for Beginners.

How to Correctly Punch a Heavy Bag.

Pair up. Take turns using the heavy bag. Take three minute turns/intervals.  You will need to rest after your turn.  Do not over exert yourself.  Use the correct techniques learnt.  It is very important to have correct stance and punching technique to ensure you do not injure yourself.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: shake yourself off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 6:

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed and agility. Go for a full three minutes – skipping.

Activity 6: Sparring

Sparring for beginners.

Staying calm while sparring.

Use the techniques learnt in the video, with a partner similar to your size and at your level. Watch your breathing while sparring.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: Stretches. Shake yourself off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 7:

NOTE: Handout rubric and checklist at beginning of the lesson for assessment and evaluation.  

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed and agility. Go for a full three minutes – skipping.

Activity 7: Final Project Training

Individually and in pairs you will create a series of movements showing what you have learnt throughout this course. Your partner will help assess and evaluate your individual and joint task.

1) Individual: Start from the beginning. Show what the basics are, correct footwork, dodging and blocking, and speed and power.  Effort is necessary. If your movement is limited please explain to your partner what you would do if modifications/adaptions were not needed. A checklist will be provided for assessment. Participation is a large portion of your mark.

2) Partners: A checklist will be provided for you to assess/evaluate your partner. You will be assessing heavy bag training techniques and sparring techniques.If your movement is limited please explain to your partner what you would do if modifications/adaptions were not needed. Participation is a large part of your mark.

Today you will spend time practicing your routines. Next class, the whole class will be assessed at the same time.  You should only be watching your partner, not other partners. Please be respectful of this as some students will not be comfortable performing in front of the full class or having an audience.

Give peer feedback during the training phase.  Help each other with correct movements, techniques, and stances. If you see your partner is not using the correct movements, correct them constructively. All videos are accessible if you need them for a recap.

I will be moving around the class conferencing with you individually and providing feedback.

Closing: shake yourself off from head to toe.

Group Discussion: What did you learn?  What skills have you gained?  How does your body feel?  Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course?  What is the importance of staying active?  Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Lesson 8:

Stretches: Hamstrings – back leg bent, front leg forward, lift toes to the sky. Oblique’s – right arm up, lean to the left, switch. Arms/shoulders – cross right arm, hook with left arm, switch. Calf’s – lunges. Hold each stretch for 8 seconds.

Warm Up: Jumping jacks, burpies, sit ups, push ups, squats, the plank (hold for as long as possible). 10 reps of each, 3 times.

Cardio: practice speed and agility. Go for a full three minutes – skipping.

Activity 8: Final Project

You have ten minutes to practice your movements.  As you practice checklists for individual and partner assessment will be handed out.

The class will be split into two groups.  Individual and Partner: the individual group will start with the individual assessment. The partner groups will begin with the partner assessment. When you have completed your first group switch and find a partner station/individual station to go to.

Individual Group: Find a comfortable space, decide who will be going first for individual performance. Remember, eyes on your partner only, at all times.  Use the checklist to asses your partners growth and skills.

Partner Group: Find a station with a heavy bag. Decide who will be going first for the heavy bag training. Both of you must complete the heavy bag training before moving onto sparring.  When sparring, please be respectful of your partner.  Our aim is not to hurt your partner, but show what skills you have gained. Remember, eyes on your partner only, at all times. Use the checklist to asses your partners growth and skills.

I will asses each student based on my observations throughout the course, improvements made, participation, group discussion, and peer feedback/assessment.  A Rubric should have been provided prior to starting the final project.

I will be observing the whole class.  I will not be giving feedback.  I will be grading with a rubric.

Closing: shake yourself off from head to toe.

If you are finished before others, please have a seat around the edge of the gym.  Orally reflect on what you have learnt, what you liked, what you disliked, the benefits of staying active, lifestyle changes (if any) you have made during this course, and if you will continue to build on this knowledge, with your partner.

Group Discussion: What did you learn? What skills have you gained? How does your body feel? Has your diet changed/been affected due to this course? What is the importance of staying active? Do you have any questions? – please allow students to ask questions and feed off of their responses for further questions. Self reflect.

Your Rubric: Collaborative Work Skills : Physical Eduction Boxing

Boxing Checklist

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5 thoughts on “Final Project

  1. Awesome Lesson Plan, Robyn

    I found myself moving around my hands while I was watching the videos, lol Lucky my hunny wasn’t around, lol just kidding

    anyways I had fun watching the video and lesson plan was well planned out!

    Like

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