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Unit I ­ Personal Fitness for You Lesson Plan Textbook Chapter(s): Chapter One ­ Why Personal Fitness Lesson Objectives: Students will be able to: · Identify reasons why fitness is an important state and national concern · Define health, wellness, and physical fitness · Identify each of the health-related components of physical fitness · Identify each of the skill-related components of physical fitness · Describe the benefits of achieving optimal fitness · Identify the major risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease and death · List and describe the differences between controllable and uncontrollable risk factors · Describe the relationship between fitness and lifestyle · Perform a circuit workout which includes flexibility, muscular fitness, and cardiorespiratory fitness activities. Correlation to State/National Standards: NASPE: Standard 6 ­ Students value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction. Sunshine State Standards (Florida): P.E.A. 3.4.1, P.E.A. 3.4.2, P.E.A. 3.4.3, P.E.A. 3.4.4, P.E.A. 3.4.6, P.E.B. 1.4.6, P.E.B. 2.4.5, P.E.C 1.4.1, P.E.C. 1.4.3, P.E.C.2.4.1 South Carolina AKS: PE 09 A 2002-13 Virginia PE Standards of Learning: 10.4 Teaching Resources: · Personal Fitness for You Video (on CD) · Power Point Chapter Review · Transparencies: 1-1 through 1-11 · Crossword Puzzle 1 Related Lab Activities: Lab 1-1 Lab 1-2 ­ Lab 1-3 ­ Pre-Exercise Medical History Form Lifestyle Profile Your Fitness Image

Teaching Area Fitness classroom and gymnasium or field area Equipment/Materials Needed: · Student CD's · Student Textbooks · Copies of Lab Activities (or have students print their own) · Class Workout Cards (on Teacher CD) Terminology Review (Encourage students to use the Vocabulary Flash Cards on the Student CD as a review or tutorial): Behavior Emotional fitness Environment Health Health-related physical fitness Heredity Intellectual fitness Maturation Physical fitness Sedentary Skill-related physical fitness Social fitness Spiritual fitness Wellness Lesson Introduction and Organization: · Give students an orientation to the course. Describe how the class will be organized ­ i.e. days in classroom, days in gym, fitness center, weight room, etc. Issue student textbooks and CD's. Discuss how the book is organized. · Point out the materials on the Student CD and encourage students to review the chapter activities on the CD. · Emphasize this is a very different physical education class. · Point out how important this class is to them personally. · Discuss the course philosophy: Cooperative ­ not competitive Fitness ­ not sports Knowledge as well as skill Exercise can be enjoyable Class Discussion Topics: · Ask students what the terms wellness and fitness mean to them.

· Ask students what some of their fitness habits are. · Ask students to name some factors which may influence their level of fitness and health. How would a higher level of fitness enhance their lifestyle? · Discuss whether they believe that a person's lifestyle is important in achieving fitness. · Ask they if they know how to design a lifetime fitness program ­ if not, discuss how this course will benefit them. · Ask students, "How do you feel about yourself?" Emphasize how this course can help each of them feel better about themselves. Point out the connection between being physically active and looking and feeling better. · Discuss with the class how health-related fitness and skill-related fitness differ. · Stress the importance of fitness in avoiding health problems and achieving longterm health and wellness. · Ask students to describe how heredity, environment maturation, motivation and behavior have contributed to their current level of fitness. · Have students prepare a self-assessment of the lifestyle changes they need to make. · Ask students how a higher level of fitness would provide immediate benefits to them. · Discuss how environmental factors can affect the fitness level of them and their family (exercise and recreation areas, weather, air pollution, etc.). · Discuss other factors that affect their family opportunities to develop health and wellness. Class Physical Activity: Students perform activity in preparation for the fitness evaluation which will be administered: stretching exercises, muscular strength and endurance, healthy heart activities. Suggested Activity: Prepare a circuit using the Activity Cards on the CD. Select exercises from each of the health-related components: flexibility, muscular fitness, and cardiorespiratory fitness. See the section on Physical Activity Lessons for a variety of possible class activities. Student Assessment Activity: · Chapter One Quiz (on Teacher CD) or student quiz on student CD · Lab activities · Crossword puzzle (could be a group activity) · Have students write a note to their parents telling them about this fitness class and what they expect to learn. · Have students complete a log of all the activity they do for one week.

· Have students list 5 things they can do around the house that would increase their activity level. Lesson Wrap-up: · Discuss the importance of making a commitment achieve their personal best level of fitness. · Announce the class activities for the next class. · Encourage students to do at least one of the Suggested Physical Activities listed in the textbook. · Suggest that students explore the websites on the Student CD. · Point out that there are English and Spanish Chapter Summaries and Study Guides on the Student CD.

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