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Group #: _8__________ Names: Brock Braniff_______________
Instructional Model: teaching personal and social responsibility
Overview: To help students learn responsibility by gradually giving them more responsibilities. By doing this it will promotes self and social responsibility to the students/.
Alignment with NASPE National Standards:
1 - The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns. AKA modeling or showing how students can complete different motor skills and movements. 2
2 - The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance. AKA students use their understanding of the idea to help them perform the movements. 2
3 - The physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness. AKA modeling or showing students how active they should be. 2
4 - The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others. AKA the students demonstrate their prior knowledge of social norms. 1
5 - The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction. AKA students realize why it is important to be active; for health and social reasons. 1
I would use the use of independent practice to teach student’s personal and social responsibility. I would do that by giving verbal prompts to the students so they know what is the students’ responsibility. So if the students’ responsibility is to put way the basketballs and cones after we are done I would ask half of them to put away the basketballs and the other half to put away the cones. For social responsibilities if I saw someone not participating I would go up to them and ask why they are not. If they do not give me an answer then I will point out that the students are having fun and getting to know each other while they are participating and he is not participating.
Assumptions about teaching:
The teacher should trust his or her students but also monitor them closely.
The teacher should notice when a student has been empowered with too much responsibility and falls behind.
The teacher is responsible for assigning roles to the students.
The teacher is responsible for giving clear directions and cleaning up any confusions the students may have.
The teacher should have activities planned each day.
The teacher should have an atmosphere that makes students feel comfortable to ask questions.
Assumptions about learning:
The learner must cooperate with his or her classmates above all else.
The learner must follow the directions of the teacher.
The learner needs to ask questions when they are confused.
The best learning occurs when the students are having fun.
The learner will be ready for class on more occasions than not.
Validation of the Model:
(Research validation, craft knowledge validation, intuitive validation)
Teaching and Learning Features:
Control selection: Teacher Control
Managerial control: Teacher Control
Task presentation: Teacher Control but the teacher can ask a student to show the task he is describing.
Engagement patterns: Teacher Control, Student Control. The teacher explains the patterns and students interact with the patterns. First you talk about the activity, then you model it, then the students model it, and the teacher helps students perform the task.
Instructional interactions both the student and teacher are responsible for feedback
Pacing interactive the teacher is in full control of pacing
Task progression both the teacher and student. It is based on performance and how well the student complies
Assessment of Learning:
Formal: you have the students take a written test to see if they understand the basics of the activity. You could also have them perform the task and grade them on that performance.
Informal: you watch how the students are doing or ask them how they are doing.
Key Teaching Skills:
Time and Class management
Task presentation and structure
Review and Closure
Planning Tips: this it will promotes self and social responsibility to the students/.
Formal: you have the students take a written test to see if they understand the basics of the activity. You could also have them perform the tas