Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Teamwork Teacher Resources
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Students complete activities regarding good sportsmanship. For this sportsmanship lesson, students discuss winning, losing, and cheating. They participate in Sportsmanship scenarios and discuss what they would do in each situation.
Elementary learners discuss what it means to be a good and bad sport during competition. They define specific behaviors that would constitute both good and bad sportsmanship. Next, they role-play different situations demonstrating positive and negative behaviors. Finally, they complete a worksheet with regard to their new knowledge.
Students discover how to play sports fairly by role playing sports scenarios in class. In this sportsmanship lesson, students participate in a charades activity in which they act out a random event while the class decides if this is an example of good sportsmanship or not. Students complete a quiz after the charades activity.
For this social studies worksheet, students learn that teamwork is a vital part of life at school. Students read the information and advice on this poster. Students list examples of teams or groups they have enjoyed and write how working together can be helpful.
Learners complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Teamwork Saves The Day. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Pupils share examples of good sportsmanship, then read a news article about a team helping an injured player score a home run. The teacher introduces the article with a discussion and vocabulary activity, then students read the news report and watch a video about good sportsmanship. The lesson includes interdisciplinary follow-up activities.
Ninth graders survey the school population about character qualities. Working as a team, they write a script and video tape it for presentation about a schoolwide issue. They play a game stressing teamwork.
Sixth graders listen to the story BEING A BAD SPORT as teacher reads to the class. They identify good and bad sportsmanship by reading and writing activities. They then go to the gym and simulate a game situation recording examples of good and bad sportsmanship.
Third graders define and give examples of teamwork. Following a class discussion about the subject, they write paragraphs expressing their interpretations from the perspective of lawyers, judges, and other career personnel. Presentations also include student-drawn pictures on the topic.
Teamwork is the focus of this lesson. By discussing what teamwork means, learners begin to explore this topic. There are a series of slides focusing on the behavior of geese that highlight leadership and teamwork skills.
Students identify and apply appropriate teamwork strategies to ensure successful Completion of the Colonization of Mars project. They discuss what good teamwork means and practice good teamwork skills throughout the unit.
Students explore the concept of collaboration. In this teamwork lesson plan, students use handheld computers to evaluate the role of cooperation in today's business world.
Students complete activities as an analysis of leadership, teamwork, and community service. In this teamwork and leadership lesson plan, students discuss teamwork and read an example of it. Students participate in a teamwork building activity and create a pennant, motto, and poster for the topic of leadership and teamwork.
Scholars build a simple filtration system to remove impurities from muddy water and rate the filtered water to a grade of clarity scale. The focus is on teamwork and problem solving. This lesson would be effective in your STEM curriculum or as a lesson in water quality with your earth science class. Consider having older learners research water quality issues in other countries as a way to extend this into social studies.
In this sportsmanship worksheet, students read through the checklist to determine if they were respectful during a game and displayed sportsmanship.
Students practice working in groups to brainstorm about what teamwork means to them. They develop their own guidelines to pass along to others about how to work in a group successfully.
Students are given the opportunity to use the teamwork and leadership skills they learned in our cooperative learning unit in a real situation. They participate in relays, races, and rope challenges to showcase their ability to work with other student
Stuents explore aspects of bravery, family relationships, and teamwork as well as the darker human aspects of deviance and confession as they read the journal of the main character Paul Fisher and dramatize events from the novel in videotape format.
Survivor field day is based on challenges and games played in the TV show Survivor. Using everyday PE equipment that might be available at most elementary schools; here are some games of challenge and teamwork. With each one of these games, the teacher could adapt it to use the equipment available and the skill level of the group. While this lesson is set up as a field day, each of these activities could be done as stand-alone games.
Seventh graders participate in a mini world cup competition. They improve their soccer skills and build teamwork. They research and draw the flag from the country they represent. They follow traditional soccer rules and participate in the competition.