This full lesson plan reviews the Full Swing and then introduces the chip shot along with how to perform it using the critical elements. This is a basic lesson plan with a warm-up using stretches for golf. It's a lesson plan that is used if you aren't too familiar with golf and how to teach it. It can be adjusted to fit your own teaching styles and can be taught at any grade level depeding on the skill of your students. It's a good lesson to introduce if you are looking for a different unit to start teaching. It also includes a task sheet for the students to help with keeping the students on task.
The following objectives will be covered: Given a review, students will demonstrate an understanding of class protocol by obeying all set rules throughout the entire period.
Given group activity, students will demonstrate socially responsible behavior by collaborating with their peers throughout the entire activity session.
Given a warm-up, students will perform flexibility exercises by executing the golf-specific stretches for 10 seconds correctly.
Given a review, students will demonstrate an understanding of gross motor skill by performing 3 of 5 full swings with 100% accuracy.
Given an explanation, students will employ gross motor coordination by completing the chipping activities according to 4 of 5 critical elements.
Given a review, students will employ gross motor coordination by executing the full swing in the accuracy/distance competition according to 4 of 5 critical elements.
Given a closure session, students will show an understanding of a gross motor skill be answering the rapid-fire questions by the teacher with 100% accuracy.