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Young scholars study Japanese American internment camps. In this American history lesson, students compare and contrast the camp internees' experiences with with team sports-related challenges young scholars have encountered. Students discuss team sports and study images of baseball pictures. Young scholars complete a compare and contrast graphic organizer. Students read the book Baseball Saved Us, discuss the story, and write their own story about participating in a team sport.
Here's a great outline of requirements for your athletes to do their final project. It has all the components laid out to take a look at the comprehensive process of what it takes to plan a healthy work out schedule. Nutrition and physical activity are the key components, but really, setting goals and creating balance are also important pieces.
High schoolers explain and describe the focal points of each locomotor movement. They are given the opportunity to practice each locomotor movement. Pupils perform each locomotor movement individually. Students comprehend the eight locomotor movements (i.e., run, walk, leap, jump, hop, gallop, slide, and skip).
Students identify ways that cardiovascular fitness is achieved and maintained. In this cardiovascular health lesson, students discuss what aerobic exercise is and list various activities which address cardiovascular fitness. Students run 100 meters and take their pulse. Students create a picture on drawing paper of them participating in an active leisure activity and discuss the drawing. As a follow-up activity, students complete a quiz.
Students explore personal health by participating in a physical education activity. For this exercises lesson, students discuss their own exercise habits and identify how much is necessary to stay healthy. Students complete a worksheet based on aerobics and heart health and make a vow to exercise more at home.
Setting goals, career exploration, and self-awareness are three major components found on the path to college. A wide variety of wonderful teaching tools are provided to help you facilitate an understanding of how simple it can be to plan out an academic career. Planning cards, charts, activity procedures, and web links makes this a handy resource, focused on getting your class ready for college.
In the Enemy's Country is a painting that depicts several Native Americans dressed and ready for war. Youngsters analyze the artistic and storytelling elements the artist used to convey his idea. They then write a creative piece from the perspective of a person in the painting.
What do statements made by presidential candidates reveal about what they want the public to believe about them? What can be deduced about American culture and values based on these statements? Do these values change over time? How do political messages reflect these changes? Class members access three Mini Pages and examine comments made by candidates in 1979, 1988, and 1995. They then craft their own campaign commercial. Included in the packet are detailed directions for the various activities, worksheets, and links to all required sources.
Pass the peas, please! No, that would be, pass that basketball, please. Learn and practice making chest passes and bounce passes. These are two key skills in playing basketball. Learning good technique is important in executing good passes to teammates. Good description on how to perform these two skills and several drills to set up practicing them.
Team sports are quite social; they involve following rules, playing cooperatively, communication, taking turns, and interpersonal relations. Introduce your special education class to the all-American sport of baseball. They learn about the game, practice content-specific vocabulary, watch a cartoon about baseball, discuss social skills, and if time permits, play the game.
A great way to determine if a career is right for you is to try it out. Learners explore the marketing career cluster by interviewing a person working in the marketing field and by developing a marketing-related service learning project. They brainstorm a list of marketing careers and compare them to careers in business or administration.
It's disturbing to think that one third of children born after the year 2000 will suffer from diabetes and perhaps be the first generation to live shorter lives than their parents! Too many youngsters are not eating properly and are not physically active. It all begins at a young age. Help your class learn about and develop healthy eating habits and become more physically active.