Lesson Planning for High School Physical Education PDF With Web Resource
Lesson Planning for High School Physical Education provides standards-based, ready-to-use lesson plans that enhance student learning and help students become physically literate. Designed to complement the successful elementary and middle school books in the series, this book also provides guidance on how to plan effective lessons that align with SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education.
Lesson Planning for High School Physical Education is written by master teachers and edited by SHAPE America. In this book, you’ll find:
• More than 240 lesson plans that provide deliberate, progressive practice tasks and integrate appropriate assessments to evaluate and monitor student progress
• Innovative and unique modules on topics such as fly fishing, rock climbing, line dance, yoga and stress management, and more, as well as more traditional modules
• Introductory chapters that present the key points for the grade span, putting the lessons in context and providing teachers and PE majors and minors a clear roadmap for planning curricula, units, and lessons
• Lessons that reflect best practices in instruction, helping teachers enhance their effectiveness
• Expert guidance in delivering quality lessons that are designed to reach objectives and produce outcomes, and not just keep students occupied
The lessons correspond to each category in SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education, and are sequential and comprehensive—you get complete, ready-to-use units and not just individual lessons that don’t connect. The lessons include resource lists, references, equipment lists, and student assignments. The accompanying web resource offers easy access to printable PDF files of the lessons. Your administrator will be able to see at a glance that the lessons in the book are designed to meet the national standards and outcomes created by SHAPE America.
The lessons in Lesson Planning for High School Physical Education can be used as they are or modified to fit the needs of your students. They also are perfect models for teachers and college students to use in creating their own lessons. The text includes instructional strategies such as how to teach for transfer, utilize grids and small games, differentiate instruction for varying ability levels, integrate conceptual material, and more.
The book is organized into two parts. Part I explores issues pertinent to planning for high schoolers’ success, including how to plan lessons using SHAPE America’s Grade-Level Outcomes, meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes, developing an electives-based program for high school students, and the importance of teaching for student learning.
The lesson plans themselves are found in Part II, and each lesson aligns with SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Part II offers plans in these categories:
• Outdoor pursuits
• Individual-performance activities
• Net and wall games, such as badminton and tennis
• Target games
• Dance and rhythms
• Fitness activities, such as Pilates, resistance training, and yoga
• Personal fitness assessment and planning
Each category contains modules of 15 or 16 lessons, each of which incorporates various National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes. For example, you can address Standard 4 outcomes—which are about personal and social responsibility—during lessons on net and wall games, lessons on dance and rhythms, and so on.
With the high-quality lesson content and the many tools and resources provided, Lesson Planning for High School Physical Education will help teachers foster their students’ physical literacy and help students develop physically active lifestyles that they can maintain throughout their adult lives.
Table of Contents
Part I Planning for Student Success in High School
Chapter 1. The Importance of Teaching for Student Learning in High School
Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Robert J. Doan, and Stevie Chepko
Factors That Influence Student Learning
The Instructional Environment
How the Grade-Level Outcomes Are Coded
Understanding the Scope and Sequence for K-12 Physical Education
Chapter 2. Teaching to Standards: Planning Lessons Using the Grade-Level Outcomes
Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Stevie Chepko, and Robert J. Doan
Planning for the Module
Planning for Individual Lessons
Setting Up the Lesson
Planning for Embedded Outcomes
Optimizing Learning Through Embedded Outcomes
Chapter 3. Meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes in High School
Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Robert J. Doan, and Stevie Chepko
High School Is Different
The Progression From Middle School
High School Instructional Environment
Grade-Level Outcomes for High School Students (Grades 9-12)
Operational Definitions of Activity Categories
Chapter 4. Developing an Electives-Based Program for High School Students
Why Consider Electives-Based Physical Education?
Select a Design, Create a Plan, and Then Implement the Program
Personalized Curriculum Design
Take the First Step
Part II Lesson Plans for High School Physical Education
Chapter 5. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Outdoor Pursuits
Integrated Fly Fishing
Chapter 6. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Individual-Performance Activities
Adrienne Koesterer and Mary Westkott
Chapter 7. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Net and Wall Games
Charla Tedder Krahnke, Melanie Perrault, and Charlie Rizzuto
Chapter 8. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Target Games
Chapter 9. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Dance and Rhythms
Patrice Lovdahl and Lisa Jacob
Chapter 10. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Fitness Activities
Ericka Fangiullo, Anthony Smith, and Joni M. Boyd
Yoga and Stress Management
Chapter 11. Extending Students’ Skills and Knowledge to Designing and Implementing Personal Fitness Plans
Fitness Assessment and Program Planning
About the Editor
Lynn Couturier MacDonald, DPE, is a professor and chair of the physical education department at State University of New York at Cortland and is a former president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), now called SHAPE America (Society of Health and Physical Educators). Dr. MacDonald earned her BS and DPE degrees in physical education from Springfield College and her MS in biomechanics from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Dr. MacDonald chaired the NASPE’s Curriculum Framework and K-12 Standards Revision Task Force, which spearheaded the 2013 revision of SHAPE America’s National Standards for K-12 Physical Education and the development of SHAPE America’s Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. She also served as one of the three principal writers of SHAPE America’s book National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education, published by Human Kinetics. She has presented at the national level on the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes. She is a member of SHAPE America and the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education. Dr. MacDonald enjoys spending time with her family, being active outdoors (cycling, kayaking, gardening), and reading for pleasure.
Robert J. Doan, PhD, is an assistant professor of physical education in the University of Southern Mississippi’s school of kinesiology. He previously taught physical education in elementary school. Dr. Doan serves as a board member for the Mississippi Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD), a SHAPE America state affiliate organization. He also serves as a teacher-education program reviewer for SHAPE America and as an article reviewer for two of SHAPE America’s professional journals: Strategies and Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Dr. Doan has conducted research on a variety of physical education topics and has presented at multiple conferences at the state, regional, and national levels. Dr. Doan earned his undergraduate degree from Grand Valley State University, attended Winthrop University for his master’s degree, and completed his PhD in physical education with an emphasis in curriculum and assessment at the University of South Carolina.
Stevie Chepko, EdD, is assistant dean for accreditation at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is former senior vice president of accreditation for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Dr. Chepko earned her EdD in curriculum and instruction and sport history from Temple University. She is a respected authority on performance-based standards, teaching for mastery, and assessment in physical education. Dr. Chepko served on the National Association for Sport and Physical Education’s Curriculum Framework and K-12 Standards Revision Task Force, which spearheaded the 2013 revision of SHAPE America’s National Standards for K-12 Physical Education and the development of SHAPE America’s Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. She also served as one of three principal writers of SHAPE America’s book National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education, published by Human Kinetics.
ExcerptsFactors That Influence Student Learning
Upper Body Machines
Why Consider Electives Based Physical Education?
AncillariesThe web resource includes lesson plans in PDF format for easy printing or for accessing on a tablet or computer.
All ancillary materials for this text are FREE to course adopters and available online at http://www.humankinetics.com/LessonPlanningForHighSchoolPhysicalEducation.