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Friday, February 4, 2011

EDU 255 - Jumping into Lab B

 Jump Rope Teaching Assignments


Why jump rope? After all there is only one way to jump rope, right? WRONG! There is an incredible amount of things you can do with a jump rope! The jump rope packet is a valuable tool to break down jump roping into progressions. It gives you (the teacher) the opportunity to focus in on specific skills, and break them down into simple cues for your students to work on. Lab B will be based on the jump rope packet, and will give you the opportunity to focus on the critical teaching elements including: introduction, hook, signal for attention, cues, and demonstration. So brush up your jump rope skills rockers and great ready to jump into lab B!


Jump Rope Teaching Assignments
2/21/2011
  1. Bryan  - Task # 3/4
  2. Andrew - Task # 4/5
  3. Frank - Task # 10/11
  4. Nicole - Task # 12/13
  5. Trent - Task # 13/14

2/23/2011
  1. Josh - Task # 15
  2. David - Task # 24
  3. Tyler - Task # 22
  4. Jacob - Task # 23
  5. Danielle - Task  # 27

Lab B1

Pre-Teaching
  1. Find out which half of the gym you will be on.
  2. You will have about 4-5 minutes to teach one jump-rope task-cue-challenge from our jump rope packet.
Teaching
  1. When your turn comes, the camera will start rolling. You may not ask your group to gather equipment before you begin your lesson.
  2. You will be given a one-minute warning and at the end of your allotted time, the video will be stopped.
  3. Once you’ve completed your lesson, please return all equipment to the proper spot so that others may use it if needed.
Post-teaching
 DUE DATE: All of these items are due one week from the day that you teach before class begins.  
  1. If time permits, an individual debrief will be conducted by SY and assisted by one or more TA’s.
  2. Once all teacher-candidates are done, and if there is time, we will do a quick debrief on some of the positive teaching elements.
  3. Find your video on our YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/rockstarpe )
  4. Grab the embed code from your video (Click here to watch how to get embed code - http://screenr.com/02d) and paste it into your blog post (HTML tab) so that everyone can watch you teach without having to leave your blog.
  5. You will need to watch your video(s) online and reflect on what you did well, what you need to work on, and especially on how your observations will impact and improve student learning. This reflection will need to be on your blog along with at least 3 pictures from your lesson and all your videos embedded into a single post. (http://bpaquette.blogspot.com/2010/10/leggo-my-eggo.html - http://bpaquette.blogspot.com/2010/10/leggo-my-eggo.html
  6. Download the Transcript form (http://rockstarpe.wikispaces.com/file/view/transcript.DOC ) and complete the a transcription of your entire lesson as described on the form.
  7. Download the Time coding form (http://rockstarpe.wikispaces.com/file/view/Time%20coding%20form10sec.doc ) and and complete the time analysis of your entire lesson as described on the form and on the time coding screencast found on the PE Tech Tips page.
  8. You may also have an MP3 recorder to better record your voice if we feel you won't be loud enough and you will have to download the mp3 and complete the transcription.
  9. You will also have to embed the mp3 into your post using one of the methods on our Tech Tips page or directly from our Box.net share site - last year’s audio.
  10. Once done the form follow the instructions to publishing a document as a webpage http://screenr.com/02d
  1. Go to Google Docs and upload the form (be sure the box is checked to convert the document to a Google Doc).
  2. Press the SHARE button and select the Publish as a webpage option.  
  3. Google Docs will ask you if you want to automatically republish any changes and you will say yes.
  4. Copy the URL of your newly published document and paste it on a word within your blog post.

Lab B1 - Checklist
(What TC’s will be graded on)

Teacher’s Name:                                                 Date:                                 

Y   /   N                Introduction
Y   /   N                Signal for attention
Y   /   N                Statement about expectation
Y   /   N                A “hook”
Y   /   N                Safety statement
DEMONSTRATION
Y   /   N                Demonstration more than once (DEAD)
Y   /   N                Demonstration was done at full speed with equipment
Y   /   N                1 – 2 cues were established and taught
Y   /   N                Demonstration was also done in slow motion / in parts relating to the whole
Y   /   N                Demonstration shown with common faults
Y   /   N                Demonstration was done at full speed with equipment in context of task/activity


More then one way to jump rope? There sure is! This video will give you a new appreciation for the jump rope.

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