With Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12, Second Edition, you can
use mechanically correct progressions to teach students more effectively and increase their enjoyment of physical activity;
build a complete, balanced physical education program that has something for everybody;
save preparation time with lesson plans for 484 classes covering 18 areas of fitness, creative movement and dance, and sports;
take advantage of ready-to-use assessment tools for each developmental level;
find health fitness standards and sport-related fitness norms for multiple ages and grade levels and both sexes; and
facilitate lessons with reproducible study sheets, extension projects, and portfolio checklists.
This popular book provides loads of teacher-tested lesson plans and assessment tools that will decrease your preparation time and increase your students’ competency. After listening to requests of the first edition’s users, the author has packed two more popular field sports and a unique chapter on educational gymnastics into this new edition of Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12.
Lessons can cover beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels and break down each skill as it is introduced. The chapters also integrate the applicable rules and strategies during the learning process and use methods that will keep students active, learning, successful, and completely motivated. In addition to the clear instruction for teaching skills, rules, and strategies, each lesson generates opportunities for students to develop physical, cognitive, and social skills. Each unit is designed to help students gain competency appropriate for their experience level.
Formerly published as Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 7 to 12, the book features exciting new material:
Detailed introductions of skills and how to practice the mechanics of each skill or dance
Three new chapters (field hockey, lacrosse, and educational gymnastics, the latter of which includes three units that can be used in teaching both gymnastics and creative dance)
Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12 provides field-tested lesson plans for 484 classes covering 18 areas of fitness, creative movement and dance, and sports. These professionally prepared plans will not only cut your own prep time but also help you focus on the essentials in each step of your students’ learning process. It is a great resource when you need material for a substitute teacher or when you are asked to submit plans to your school administrator.
In addition to the lesson plans, the book and CD-ROM package contains a wealth of teaching and assessment tools, including skills rubrics, portfolio checklists, unit fact sheets, and quizzes.
The accompanying CD-ROM enables you to print study sheets, student extension projects, portfolio checklists, unit quizzes, and answer keys. You can also print out any page of the text from the CD-ROM (e.g., lessons, full units, tests).
Complete Physical Education Plans for Grades 5 to 12 is an ideal resource for physical education teachers and for district directors who want to give their teachers a resource through which they can provide a consistent curriculum across the school system.
About the Second Edition
Part I Introduction Chapter 1. Using Unit and Lesson Plans Chapter 2. Meeting National Standards for Physical Education
Part II Fitness Units Chapter 3. Physical Fitness Chapter 4. Fitness Testing
Part III Creative Movement and Dance Units Chapter 5. Dance Chapter 6. Educational Gymnastics
Part IV Team Sport Units Chapter 7. Basketball Chapter 8. Field Hockey Chapter 9. Flag Football Chapter 10. Lacrosse Chapter 11. Soccer Chapter 12. Softball Chapter 13. Team Handball Chapter 14. Volleyball
Part V Individual and Dual Activity Units Chapter 15. Badminton Chapter 16. Golf Chapter 17. Handball (One Wall) Chapter 18. Pickleball Chapter 19. Tennis Chapter 20. Wrestling
About the Author
Lesson plan book for middle and high school physical education teachers. Reference for college PE methods and student teaching courses.
Isobel Kleinman, MSE, taught physical education for 31 years at the junior and senior high levels in the New York metropolitan area and coached 10 sports in that period. Since then, she has supervised student teachers for St. Francis College in Brooklyn and presented at the AAHPERD National and Eastern District Conventions and at staff development programs in New York City and Naperville, Illinois.
In addition to authoring the first edition of this book, Ms. Kleinman is the author of the novel Too Dangerous to Teach. She also has written articles related to teaching and served as a contributing editor for www.pelinks4u.org.
In her leisure time, she enjoys the performing arts, traveling the world, playing tennis and golf, dancing, and biking.