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Students identify the basic knowledge of Negro Leagues baseball. Students identify and analyze the important individuals and events associated with Negro Leagues baseball history. Students identify key vocabulary related to this period of American segregation.
Students participate in a baseball game in which they answer questions related to air pollution. They answer true and false questions as well. They discuss the impact of air pollution on the environment.
Students create a database and use its ability to store, sort, and present information about their fantasy baseball team. They gather information and use their knowledge of statistics to accomplish their team.
In this synonyms worksheet, students choose the correct synonym for the given words about baseball. Students complete 10 multiple choice questions.
You have been hired by a local newspaper to analyze the salaries for baseball players. How would you describe the data including the shape, center, and spread in the context of the problem? Interpret the differences including possible effects of outliers. Included in the lesson are facilitator notes, follow-up questions, and solutions.
Students explore statistics used in baseball to make the connection to mathematical concepts in familiar areas.
In this baseball worksheet, students identify, explore and discuss fifty key terms associated with baseball and then circle each key term in a word search puzzle.
In this word search worksheet, students solve a word search by locating thirty words related to baseball. The word list includes glove and hit.
In this baseball word search worksheet, students analyze 20 words in a word bank that pertain to baseball. Students find each word in a word search. This is an online interactive worksheet that could be printed.
In this algebra worksheet, students convert the score of different bases while playing baseball into fractions. They convert these fractions into decimals and square their answer. There are 12 questions to be solve.
In this research of baseball and cricket worksheet, students utilize a graphic organizer to show how the two sports are similar and how they are different.
Students create their own poems based on the movie "Casey at the Bat." In this poetry lesson, students watch the video and work together with partners to create a poem of various quotes about baseball. Students share their poems afterwards.
Students are introduced to PE rules. They are given feedback on their behavior in class using a bulletin board. Students gather around the bulletin board at the end of each period, if the class followed all the rules that are written on the baseball bulletin, then they move their class shoes up by one base. They comprehend that if they do not follow the rules, students are shown which rules the class needs to work on.
Pupils observe and demonstrate striking, tossing, and fielding techniques to improve their baseball and softball skills. In small groups they participate in an activity in which a tosser throws two balls to a batter, while the batter needs to quickly determine which ball to strike. Students rotate from the batter position to fielding positions.
In this writing prompt worksheet, students learn the date August 18, 1934 as the birthday of baseball player Roberto Clemente. Students then answer the prompt: 'Baseball is considered America's pastime. When you are outside of school, what is your favorite pastime and why?'
Use this creative activity to get your young athletes moving! Many baseball and softball coaches use this type of skill drill at practice. It improves hand-eye coordination and timing. If you are planning to use it in your PE class, use plastic bats and wiffle balls for safety reasons.
While a nifty idea, this presentation is slightly difficult to follow and use. The PowerPoint involves an exploration of the parts of speech, including the use of nouns and adjectives, using animation, music, and interactive elements. However, not all the questions are given, and playing the baseball game is not intuitive.
Students review the basic formatting in Microsoft Word. Individually, they use the program to design a flyer for a baseball game. To end the lesson, they print them out, present them to the class and given a grade based on a rubric.
Students discover the impact baseball had politically and culturally upon the nation and the world from 1940-1950. Students study about, discuss, and take notes about historically significant events and baseball players' contributions during this time.
Students use the Internet to find examples of Black organizations that existed during the first half of the 20th Century (1900-1950), including Negro Leagues baseball and identify the roles of Black organizations that existed both historically and today. They then study about various perspectives on race relations in the United States.