TAS Elementary Physical Education

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Archive for September, 2016

Grade 5 Lesson Overview

September14

Starting Week 3 of this school year, each student in Grade 5 class will be able to lead the warm-up activity before the beginning of the lesson every period. This will develop students’ confidence in demonstrating different limbering and floor exercises in front of the class.     Week 3 – 4: They created combination […]

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Grade 4 – Lesson Overview

September12

Starting Week 3 of this school year, each student in Grade 4 class will be able to lead the warm-up activity before the beginning of the lesson every period. This will develop students’ confidence in demonstrating different limbering and floor exercises in front of the class.                   […]

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Grade 3 Lesson Overview

September12

To improve students’ confidence in the class, each period before the beginning of the lesson, I assign a warm-up leader of the day. Each student will be able to take a chance to become the leader of the warm-up time and he/she will demonstrate limbering and floor exercises.               […]

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Grade 2’s on the move!

September12

For Week 3 – 6, Grade 2 students are working on space awareness and manipulative skills like throwing and catching activities. They use scarves, different sizes of balls and paper airplanes to enjoy the Ocean Rescue, Airplane Throws and more, they will develop and practice their underhand and overhead throws.           […]

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Grade 1 Lesson Overview

September12

For Week 4 – 6, Grade 1 students are working on their manipulative skills, throwing and catching objects in a proper technique. Students used different sizes of balls, scarves and paper airplanes to practice the skills.    

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