Bowling carpets, 10 pins and 2 balls for each station
The student will:
Participate in the Square Activity demonstrating quick responses and following the movements demonstrated by the instructor.
Participate in Circuit Training Fitness with a Jog to improve aerobic endurance, strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility during the Fitness section of class.
Demonstrate grip, stance, 4- Step Approach and delivery of the bowling ball as demonstrated by the instructor.
Recite rules and etiquette of bowling when asked by the instructor.
Participate in True or False Partner Tag demonstrating cooperative and sportsmanship skills while following the rules during the closing portion of class.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: 1-5
Introductory Activity (2-3 Minutes)
The class forms several 10-yard (m) squares with boundary cones. Students stand in the middle of each side of the square and face the center. On signal, they shuffle around the square to the left or right, depending on the signal of the teacher.
Mark squares off with cones
Alternate stretching with 30 seconds of shuffling.
Fitness Development (8-12 Minutes)
Circuit Training Fitness with a Jog
Students do the best they can at each station within the time limit. This implies that not all youngsters are required to do the same workload. Students differ and their ability to perform fitness workloads differs. Make fitness a personal challenge.
Tortoise and Hare
Bend and Twist
Conclude circuit training with 2-4 minutes of walking, jogging, rope jumping or other self-paced aerobic activity
Tape alternating segments of silence and music to signal duration of exercise. Music segments (begin at 30 seconds) indicate activity at each station while intervals of silence (10 seconds) announce it is time to stop and move forward to the next station.
Use signals such as start, stop, and move up to ensure rapid movement to the next station.
Ask students to do their personal best they can. Expect workloads to differ.
Lesson Focus (15-20 Minutes)
Three Pin Bowling
Regulation equipment or the gymnasium with marked lanes can be used for play. The bowler attempts to knock down the 1–2–3 combination by hitting the 1–3 pocket (right side of pins; 1–2, if left-handed, left sides of pins). One ball is allowed for each turn. Players start with 20 points. Three pins down subtracts 3 points, two down subtracts 2 points, and one pin down subtracts 1 point. The first player to reach 0 points is the winner.
Explain etiquette used in Bowling:
Take your turn promptly.
The bowler to the right has the right of way. Wait until the bowler on the right is finished before assuming a stance.
Continue your approach.
Step back off the approach after delivery.
Use your ball only and use the same ball throughout the game.
Do not talk to a player who is on the approach.
Respect all equipment and the bowling establishment.
Although competition is encouraged, be gracious in any case.
Return all equipment to its proper place.
Closing Activity (5 Minutes)
True or False Partner Tag.
Students face a partner down the middle line in the gym. A safe zone is about 10 yards (m) behind each line. The teacher calls out a true or false question, and the line that has the correct answer (either the true line or the false line) chases the other group and tags them before they reach the safe zone. If a student gets tagged outside the safe zone, he or she changes sides.
Evaluation/Review and Cheer
What part of fitness was the most challenging today?
Can you explain how a strike is scored?
How many times can a person roll the ball when it is her turn?