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Digital Unit Plan Template

Unit Title: Orienteering/Amazing Race Name: Kyle Allen


Content Area: Physical Education Grade Level: 7th - 8th
CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s):
3.6 Monitor the intensity of ones heart rate during physical activity

4.4 Classify physical activities as aerobic or anaerobic

5.1 Participate productively in group physical activities.

5.2 Evaluate individual responsibility in group effort

Big Ideas:

Importance of Tracking Heart Rate: Being able to analyze your own heart rate, along with the presence of physical activity, can help students
understand the glaring benefits of an active lifestyle

Differentiating between Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise: Understanding the difference between both Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise can
help students/individuals process the difference between strength and endurance and how both are important for an active lifestyle

Group Work: Being able to work productively in a group is not only important in matters of school but society as a whole. Once an individual can
contribute successfully into a group setting, they can properly function in society

Essential Questions:
How does a persons heart rate increase as physical activity increases?
Whats the difference between Anaerobic and Aerobic Exercise?
How can working in groups help solve problems?

Unit Goals and Objectives:


Each student will:
Demonstrate the ability to properly use and track a heart rate monitor to understand physical activity

Analyze the differences between Aerobic and Anaerobic physical activities

Collaborate with others to research, analyze, and report on how they should effectively participate in the Amazing Race

Analyze individual contributions throughout a group work setting


Unit Summary:
What are the benefit of an active lifestyle? As most people know, being consistently active can help contribute to a healthier lifestyle. Although
most people understand that being active is healthier, most dont understand why or how they can properly reach that platform.

The end goal of this unit is to have an "Amazing Race", which students compete in an orienteering activity while learning about many physical
education principles. Students will work in groups and tackle a spectrum of issues from how to properly use and track a heart rate monitor and
understanding the benefits of regular physical activity.

Students in this unit will learn the ability to track their physical movements while understanding that certain movements and sports have wide
ranging effects on the body. Students will also be developing the ability to work cooperatively with other students to develop a sense of
community and cohesion.

Assessment Plan:
Entry-Level: Formative: Summative:

KWL Chart Introduction in Orienteering Guided Notes during a Prezi presentation Amazing Race Rubric that helps identify
on Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise students ability to solve issues as a
team
Ipad Lesson Popplet Roadmap that
helps students plan Aerobic vs Anaerobic Heart Rate Roadmap Rubric that helps
activities for Amazing Race students properly analyze and describe
heart rate during different physical
Quizlet on competence with HR tracker activities

Puzzle on Map of YLHS

Lesson 1
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Instructional Lesson Activities:
Objective: Students can identify Strategies: This lesson serves as an introduction to the unit of Orienteering.
Demonstrate a basic things they have learned Communication As we try to get to our end goal of completing the Amazing
understanding of the about orienteering and Collection Race students must be able to understand the different aspects
activity Orienteering. questions they still have Collaboration of orienteering.
about the activity Presentation
orienteering Organization KWL Chart (Entry-Level):
Interaction Students will need to watch the videos on orienteering to develop
background information about unit we are about to perform over
the next couple weeks

Students will need to add 2 bullet points in the "What I know"


section of the KWL chart and 5 bullet points in the "What I want
to know" section of the KWL chart prior to watching the videos.
After watching the videos, the students will need to fill out 5
more bullet points in the "What I learned" section of the KWL
chart

Download KWL chart right below videos. You will have 1 week
after KWL chart was assigned to turn it in. You can either E-mail it
to me, turn it in during class time, or turn it in on the bottom of
this page. I have provided an example of what your assignment
should look like but did not add the "What I learned section". Also
on the bottom of this page is a checklist for completing this
assignment

Prepare for Summative Assessment:


In Lesson 1, inform students that at the end of this unit is a group
summative assessment. Each group will be responsible for
completing an Amazing Race across campus that includes both
monitoring heart rate trackers and analyzing Aerobic vs
Anaerobic exercise.
Lesson 2
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Instructional Lesson Activities:
Objective: Students can identify Strategies: This lesson will serve as an introduction to what the difference
Demonstrate an what type of activities Communication between Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise is. Students will follow
understanding between fall under Aerobic Collection along a presentation that will be conducted in an outdoor
Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise and what Collaboration classroom setting.
exercise activities fall under Presentation
Anaerobic exercise Organization Guided Notes (Formative):
Interaction This part of the unit is a formative assessment for students
understanding of what Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise is.
Students will log on to the teachers website and follow along a
Prezi presentation on Aerobic vs Anaerobic exercise.

https://prezi.com/r50ffnn3jc5_/aerobic-vs-anaerobic/

Students will then start to analyze the difference between


Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise VIA the guided notes worksheet
that will be attached accompanied by the presentation.

Prepare for Summative Assessment:


Students will need to understand the difference between Aerobic
and Anaerobic exercise because for their summative assessment
they will be creating a heart rate roadmap of their Amazing Race
activity. As they are going through the Amazing Race They will
track their heart rate monitors. When they create the roadmap of
the activities, they will explain why their heart rate was elevated
and if it was an aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
Lesson 3
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Instructional Lesson Activities:
Objective: Students will correctly Strategies:
Students will be able to identify activities as Communication Popplet Roadmap (Formative):
work in groups and Aerobic or Anaeroibic. Collection
create a guide through Students should be able Collaboration This activity will help students create an outline of what they will be
the Amazing Race. to navigate through an Presentation doing in their Amazing Race activity. Students will gather information
Students will be able to IPAD and correctly use Organization on the activities that will be completed throughout the race. Students
will need to identify which one of their teammates best fit each
demonstrate ability to participating applications Interaction
activity and map out the process in which they will complete the
distinguish between
race. Students will also learn how to use IPADS and multiple
Aerobic vs Anaerobic applications across the IPAD to help influence student learning and
activities and how to engagement.
organize activities based
of an orienteering Directions:
outlook
1) Download activity sheet of what activities will be
performed during the Amazing Race Project.
2) Consider example of next page as a reference for how
project should be completed.
3) Use Popplet to graph the investigation of activities that
will be performed during your Amazing Race
4) Take pictures of your teammates practicing the Amazing
Race activities
5) Include the following sections of your Popplet
a. Title
b. 5 activities
c. Upload Pictures of activities using Coaches Eye
IPAD APP
d. Describe whether each activity is an Anaerobic or
Aerobic Activity after practicing it
e. Instructional Video on how to perform each
activity at a high level
6) Make sure Popplet looks professional and organized
7) Save the Final product as an Image to the Photo Album of
your IPAD
8) Email Popplet to your teacher

Lesson 4
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence Instructional Lesson Activities:
Objective: Students will be able to Strategies:
Students will be able to be able to unbox, setup, Communication Heart Rate Roadmap (Summative):
demonstrate the ability and properly use heart Collection
to analyze a heart rate rate monitor during Collaboration In this activity, students are going to create a Heart Rate Roadmap
monitor and explain how Amazing Raze activity Presentation after they complete the Amazing Race project. Students will learn in
physical fitness increases Organization a previous lesson how to unbox, use, and track the heart rate
a person heart rate Interaction monitor provided by the class. After they learn how to use it, the
students will then monitor their heart rate during all the activities in
the Amazing Race Project. Students will need to identify these 6
things.

1) What type of activity did you complete?


2) Is it Anaerobic or Aerobic
3) What was your heart rate during this activity?
4) What was the difference of heart rate immediately before
the Amazing race and immediately after the Amazing race
5) What activity had the highest heart rate? And why?
6) What are the benefits of Physical Activity?

Summative Assessment: Students will also be assessed during the


Amazing Race itself. Students are going to be assessed on teamwork,
Collaboration, and multiple other standards found on the summative
rubric below.
Unit Resources:

Orienteering Introduction Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3TLmTNOb5E

How to use a compass - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8ckrHq00aI

How to HR Tracker - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9HaXIDRR0k

YLHS Map - http://ylhs.org/content/graphics/ylhs_plot_plan_update.jpg

Tips for working in groups - http://www.speaking.pitt.edu/student/groups/smallgrouptips.html

Anaerobic vs Aerobic Livestrong - http://www.livestrong.com/article/358235-examples-of-aerobic-anaerobic-activities/

Orienteering USA website - http://www.us.orienteering.org/

Quiz on Physical Activity - http://www.aicr.org/reduce-your-cancer-risk/physical-activity/reduce_physical_quiz.html

Intro to Amazing Race - http://www.cbs.com/shows/amazing_race/about/


Useful Websites:

https://quizlet.com/latest

http://popplet.com/

https://www.coachseye.com/

https://www.youtube.com/

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=NewRubric

http://www.discoveryeducation.com/free-puzzlemaker/

http://allenphysedunit1.weebly.com/

http://allenphyseducation.weebly.com/
Name Mr. Allen Date 3/29/2017

KWL Chart
Before you watch the videos, list details in the first two columns. Fill in the last column after
completing the video.

T o p ic - Orienteering

W hat I K now W h a t I W a n t to K n o w W h a t I L e a rn e d
Its a sport Why is it called
It includes physical activity orienteering?
What are the rules of the
sport?
Where does the sport take
place?
Why are we learning about
this in our Physical
Education class?
Is it an individual sport or a

y.
team sport?

f

Popplet Roadmap

IPADAPP: Popplet
IPADAPP: CoachesEye
IPADAPP: YouTube

Directions:

1) Download activitysheet of what activitieswill be performed


duringthe AmazingRace Project.
2) Consider example of next page as areference for how project
should be completed.
3) Use Popplet to graph the investigation of activitiesthat will be
performed duringyour AmazingRace
4) Take picturesof your teammatespracticingthe AmazingRace
activities
5) Include the followingsectionsof your Popplet
a. Title
b. 5activities
c. Upload Picturesof activitiesusingCoachesEye IPADAPP
d. Describe whether each activityis an Anaerobicor Aerobic
Activityafter practicingit
e. Instructional Video on how to performeach activityat a high
level
6) Make sure Popplet looksprofessional and organized
7) Save the Final product asan Image to the Photo Albumof your
IPAD
8) Email Popplet to your teacher
GuidedNotes
What does Aerobic activity need that Anaerobic Drawapictureof anAerobicActivity
Aerobic activity doesnt?

Can Aerobic activity last alongtime?

What is Aerobic activity also called?

What does Aerobic activity need that Anaerobic Drawapictureof anAnaerobicActivity


Anaerobic activity doesnt?

Can Aerobic activity last alongtime?

What is Aerobic activity also called?

What examples do the video provide for Aerobic Write2questionsyouhaveaboutanaerobicvs


Video activity? aerobicexerciseafterwatchingthevideo

What examples do the video provide for Anaerobic


activity?

Videos Aerobic Definition:

Videos Anaerobic Definition:


How can we tell whether an activityasan
DrivingQuestion Aerobic of Anaerobicexercise?
Yorba Linda High School
Amazing Race Rubric
Name: _____________________ Teacher: Mr. Allen

Date: ______________________ Title of Work: ______________

Skills Criteria Points

1 2 3 4
Helping

The teacher observed the students offering help to None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
other students in their group to complete the
amazing race project.
Listening

The teacher observed students working from each None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
other's ideas on how to complete the amazing race
the fastest
Participating:

The teacher observed every student in the amazing None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
race group complete at least one of the physical
activities
Persuading:
None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
The teacher observed the students exchanging,
defending, and rethinking ideas.
Questioning:

The teacher observed the students interacting, None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
discussing, and posing questions to all members of
the team.
Respecting:
None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
The teacher observed the students encouraging and
supporting the ideas and efforts of others.
Sharing:
None of the Time Some of the Time Most of the Time All of the Time ____
The teacher observed the students offering ideas
and reporting their findings to each other.

Total Points ____