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Allen PE Lesson Plans

Hello Students,

Before I became a teacher at our school, I taught at Washington Irving for 10 years located on the 3rd floor.

Over 15 former students of mine now make money as professional athletes, sports trainers and got scholarships to Universities because I was very strict and asked them to work hard in my class.

Many of my other students email me and thank me for caring about them and pushing them to become the best they can be.

I want the same for you because I care about each and every student. I want you to learn as much as you can. I want to be a great teacher to you and change your lives for the better.

Here is how you can earn an A in my class and be the best you can be and learn the secret to a long and healthy life.

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1. Come to class on time, with sneakers, shorts, or leggings, or sweat pants and a gym shirt.

2. Take your folder, paper, pencil and a book and “DO NOW.”

3. Read 1 page in the book and answer 5 questions on the board. Will take you 7 minutes. When finished, put your paper back in your folder.

4. To earn extra credit, 1 student will collect the folders, and 1 student will collect the books and pencils.

5. Sitting down, do the special stretches that change your lives for the better. Will take you 7 minutes.

6. After stretching, you will participate in the class activity. Everyone must participate and please do not leave the class before it is over.

7. If you need to get water or go to the bathroom, take the pass.

8. Respect the class, respect other students, respect the equipment, respect your teacher and have fun.

9. Please no eating in class.

THANK YOU AND THAT IS HOW YOU CAN EARN AN A IN MY CLASS.

ALLEN

This is a PE lesson plan prepared for room 804 with the machines.

Students enter the gym and change into their PE uniforms. Boys locker room upstairs in back of the gym. Girls locker room entrance from hallway next door.

At 9:00 students take a blue yoga mat in the metal basket located near the middle window. You stand there handing each student their mat and instruct them to roll it up when done and return to you at this very spot.

While students are sitting in their yoga mat, I take attendance cards and give smiley faces stickers for those that wear a school PE shirt. Absent students get their card turned over so I know they are absent and mark the date of absence on back of card.

Once attendance is taken, we begin the stretching routine. Here it is with photos and text, incorporating language and patterns. One student leader says the number 1 and students answer with number 2. Repeat student leader counts odd numbers and all students count even numbers to ten.

Lower Body-Legs-Below the Belt

1. Sitting on floor feet straight out in front with hands up in the air. Language is straight-parallel-together.

First Position

2. Rock hands forward and touch your toes. Language is forward-over-reach.

3. Cross right leg over left at a 90%. Hands up in the air. Language is 90%-right angle-bend half way.

4. Rock hands forward and touch your toes. Language is forward-over-reach.

Language is 90%-right angle-bend half way.

5. Cross left leg over left at a 90%. Hands up in the air. Language is 90%-right angle-bend half way.

6. Rock hands forward and touch your toes. Language is forward-over-reach.

Language is 90%-right angle-bend half way.

7. Right leg straight left leg bent inside 90% with sole of foot touching inside of right leg. Right hand touches right toe.

8. Left hand up in air look up at ceiling. Make the letter L for LOVE.

9. Left hand touches right toe along with right hand touching right toe.

10. Cross stretch by keeping your left hand on your right toe and pointing your right hand behind you as your eyes follow your finger tips.

11. left leg straight right leg bent inside 90% with sole of foot touching inside of left leg. Left hand touches left toe.

12. Right hand up in air look up at ceiling. Make the letter L for LOVE.

13. Right hand touches left toe along with left hand touching left toe.

14. Cross stretch by keeping your right hand on your left toe and pointing your left hand behind you as your eyes follow your finger tips.

Upper body-arms-above the shoulders

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Allen Test for Physical Education

 Words For Stretching Exercise

Taken from Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Extend- to cause (something, such as your arm or leg) to straighten out or to stretch out

Straight- not having curves, bends, or angles

Forward- near or belonging to the front part of something

Reach- to stretch out :  extend

Exchange- an occurrence in which people give things of similar value

Change– an occurrence in which people give things of similar value

Alternate- occurring in or forming a repeated series

Switch- a sudden change from one thing to another

Lower Body- below your stomach

Upper Body- above your stomach

Cross Over- a basketball maneuver in which a player dribbles the ball quickly from one hand to the other

90%

Triangle- a shape that is made up of three lines and three angles

This is a PE lesson plan prepared for room 826 with the multiple activity stations.

Students enter the gym and change into their PE uniforms. Boys locker room upstairs in back of the gym. Girls locker room entrance from hallway next door.

At 10:55 students take a blue yoga mat in the corner near the small and large hand weights against the wall. Each student takes their mat and instruct them to return it up when done and return at this very spot.

While students are sitting in their yoga mat, I take attendance cards and give smiley faces stickers for those that wear a school PE shirt. Absent students get their card turned over so I know they are absent and mark the date of absence on back of card.

Once attendance is taken, we begin the stretching routine.

Repeat the stretching routine from room 804.

Then we break up into activity stations and engage in free enterprise with:

1. Badminton

2. Volley Ball

3. Jump Rope

4. Soccer

5. Floor Hockey

6. Weight Training

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