Lesson as Planned: Teaching Physical Education

In our EPE class, we were asked to take all of the knowledge that we have acquired over the semester and use it to create a lesson plan for a physical education class. I really enjoyed making this lesson plan because I gained a large quantity of new knowledge about teaching physical education over the semester and I was excited to demonstrate my learning. The lesson that I created was for a grade four physical education class. I hope that you find it interesting and very different from a standard physical education class.

Skipping and Rhythmic Movements

Please feel free to comment with different ideas and  modifications! Until next time, thank you for reading my blog!

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