Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Teamwork Teacher Resources
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Students participate in a game of scavenger hunt. In this teamwork lesson, students use clues to find hidden objects. Students must work cooperatively to complete each task.
Students examine hiking preparation. In this hiking activity students plan and pack a bag for a day hike, explore wildlife safety, and investigate the teamwork involved in a group hike.
Students work in groups to practice teamwork and ball handling. In this teamwork lesson, students work in groups of 4-5 in a circle and pass a ball. Students rotate within their circle as they pass the ball.
Students work cooperatively as a team to cross a "radioactive" river using a scooter and carpet squares. They discuss and analyze their teamwork and cooperation and the different skills used to complete the activity.
Students explore teamwork, decision-making, and ways to communicate. They discuss their favorite activities, places they would like to travel and set ground rules for their groups. After identifying their feelings toward the program, they write a letter about what they are looking forward to, nervous about and hope to learn. In groups, they sight see to look for specific information and write a mission statement.
Students explore teamwork and communication. In this art lesson, students work together to create a mosaic at a bus stop.
Learners produce products and calculate their group's profit or loss. In this productivity lesson, students work as a team to produce products at specific specifications for a pretend company. At the end of the time limit, they compute their team's profit or loss.
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.
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.
Twelfth graders are put into business management teams. Each week one leader research one of the following topics: Management, Leadership, Teamwork, and Ethics in Business. They give presentations to the class on their topic of study.
Young scholars apply the mechanical advantages and problem-solving capabilities of six types of simple machines (wedge, wheel and axle, lever, inclined plane, screw, pulley) as they discuss modern structures in the spirit of the engineers and builders of the great pyramids. While studying the steps of the engineering design process, students practice teamwork, creativity and problem solving.
Students study environmental issues from different perspectives. They look at the issues from the view of both preservationists and conservationists as they identify themselves with one group or the other. They determine how teamwork plays a role in engineering.
Learners participate in an after school program that promotes accepting differences, self-motivation, teamwork, leadership roles, personal safety and self-responsibility, family unity and recognizing the characteristics of good friendships. They prepare to make a personal self-care plan for the days, weeks and years ahead of them.
Students read books to discover the importance of friendship, teamwork, and community service. After reading the book, they discuss conflict resolution strategies. Students discuss healthy eating food pyramids. They write an essay about role model.
Students play a game that can be played outdoors or indoors throughout the year. They practice team work skills. Students practice good sportsmanship skills. They are shown the rules of the game. Students are explained that Broomball orignated in Canada in the early 1900's. They discuss that the game is played with the rule and strategies similar to hockey.
High schoolers read the Ohio High School Athletic Association Sportsmanship Resource Guide, paying particular attention to what it says for School Reporters. They then write a news article about the issue presented.
Learners explore ways to build cooperation and teamwork while serving as a leader. In this team building lesson, students define cooperation and identify ways a leader builds cooperation. Learners participate in activities that build teamwork. Students write a reflection paper about the lesson.
Pupils explore teamwork by trying to find pieces to a puzzle.
Learners practice vocabulary, writing and teamwork skills. In groups, students play a memory game. Learners observe a prepared handout. They write, using correct spelling, what they have seen in an allotted amount of time.