Different activities for teaching stick handling, passing, shooting and game play. More focus on different activities to practice the essential skills in floor hockey not so much breaking down the skills in extreme detail. Great if you like to
French as a second language rubric. Rubric parts include breakdown for Speaking, Writing and Understanding. Can be easily tailored to be used across different grade levels and for a wide variety of assessments.
Different table tennis activities for junior-senior high students. Skills are broken down with some detail but more emphasis on a variety of activities that can be done with a large class with limited tables over the course of 2 weeks. I have 8-9
Wrestling unit plan for gr. 7/8/9 physical education. Unit is broken down into lessons that include wrestling specific warm-ups, skills and games. Glossary is included that explains in more detail the warm-ups and games. Unit plan is designed for
Six different tennis games for when you have lots of students and few courts to use. Most games will accommodate anywhere from 2-12 kids per tennis court. One game can accommodate 30+students for the court. Games are written in detail and have
French project where students create a map of a French community. Project requires students to use community vocabulary, present tense verbs, proper sentence structure and their oral skills. Rubric included.
Fun Christmas-themed class fitness activity that relates to the "12 days of Christmas" song. Can be modified for any age group and be modified to be performed in smaller spaces classrooms all the way up to full size gymnasiums. Can be done as en
Basketball Golf score card. Mark an X on each court graphic for where students need to shoot from. Assign a par for different shots on the graphics. Par is the expected amount of shots it should take from the location to sink the ball. Score
Exercise Log with suitable exercises for junior/senior high students to track their workouts. Log has upper body, lower body and core exercises already filled in but can be customized with any exercises of your choice. Chart has designations for
Fun project for FSL students to learn/practice their "House" vocabulary while interacting with IKEA France's website. Students also will practice present tense verbs. Students also make stronger connections with French culture by exploring the