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Name: Dylan Corless Estimated Time: 50-60 Min

Content Area(s): Soccer Grade Level(s): 6-8

NASPE Standard(s): Standard 1 - The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and
movement patterns.
Standard 2 - The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement
and performance.

Standard 4 - The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.

Standard 5 - The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-
expression and/or social interaction..

Achievement Targets:
Aiming and accuracy while passing/shooting, control over the direction of the ball, receiving a pass, goal tending
Special Planning/Preparations (i.e. safety concerns, etc.):

Procedures Time Materials Adaptations/Modifications for Students’

Diverse Needs

Intro-Activity: Students will begin by jogging a lap 5-10 Min

around the gym. They will then follow up with
calisthenic stretching.
Warm-up: Students will choose a partner and compete 6-9 Min Soccer balls
against other pairs to keep the ball up in the air using as
many touches as needed in a 3 minute period.

Rules: The students will keep their partners and be on 10-15 Soccer balls, pickle
teams of 2 and begin to play toss-receive-catch over Min ball net
the net. If caught = 1 point, if the ball hits the ground
no point. Toss it over. Allow 1 bounce. Partner helps

Activity: Keeping their same partners, the class will 15-20 Soccer balls, cones
begin playing a game of “Pong.” Players pass back and Min
forth to each other. The rules are that the ball must
never stop, must always stay on the ground and must
go through the two cones without touching them.
Whenever this is violated the other person receives a
point. The closer the two cones are, the closer the pairs
are going to be. The farther apart they are, the more
they will have to move laterally and look more like the
old arcade game “Pong.”

Ending Activity/Cool-down: Upon completion of the 5 Min

game, students will gather around in a circle together
for static stretching.
Closure: As the students finish stretching, the class will
be open for any remaining questions or comments.

References: http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/standards/nationalstandards/