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Name: Dylan Corless Estimated Time: 60 Min

Content Area(s): Ultimate Frisbee 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.

Achievement Targets:
Students will show competency in throwing and be able to come up with building and deconstructive strategies.
Students will learn historical facts about given European countries.
Special Planning/Preparations (i.e. safety concerns, etc.):

Procedures Time Materials Adaptations/Modifications for Students’

Diverse Needs

Intro-Activity: The class will line up across the 5 Min

baseline of the basketball court and participate in a
dynamic warm-up.

Warm-up: As a warm-up activity, the class will partner 10 Min Basketball,

up and begin to play multiple forms of catch with a volleyball, soccer
variety of different objects. ball, frisbees, tennis
balls, yoga balls
Rules: Each student will be assigned a number. Each 20 Min Hula hoops, frisbees
number will represent a European Country. Each
country will have a set of ten questions with each
question being worth 10 points a piece for a total of
100 possible points. If a participant misses a question,
they will be given the chance to do a physical activity
to gain partial points.

Activity: Using the points from the prior activity, each 20 Min Mats, balls, hula
student will purchase equipment to build their forts and hoops
objects to throw. The last fort standing will be the

Ending Activity/Cool-down: the class will gather 10 Min

around in a circle and participate in a static stretching
cool down.

Closure: After completing the lesson, the class will be 5 Min

open for any remaining questions and comments.