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Golf Block Plan

3 WEEK UNIT

This unit has been specifically designed to meet all five components of the SHAPE America National Standards for Physical Education.

Week #1

Week #1

Introductory Activity

Fitness

Lesson Focus

Closing Activity

Monday

Help Me Tag

Continuity Exercise

Putting

Line Putting

Tuesday

High Five

Parachute Fitness Activities

Chip Shot

Hula Hoop Circle Pass

Wednesday

Vanishing Bean Bags

Continuity Exercises

Chip Shot Review Pitch Shot

Carry & Fetch Relay

Thursday

Partner Crows and Cranes

Parachute Fitness Activities

Full Swing

Reverse Hula-Hoop Spin

Friday

Jog and Review

Continuity Exercises

Review Address Routine Swings

Pentabridge Hustle

Week #2

Week #2

Introductory Activity

Fitness

Lesson Focus

Closing Activity

Monday

Fastest Tag Ever

Circuit Training

Full Swing

Frisbee Keep Away

Tuesday

New Leader Warm-Up

Hexagon Hustle

Pitch Shot
Chip Shot
Full Swing

Pig Ball

Wednesday

Bean Bag Touch and Go

Circuit Training

Sand Trap Shots and Full Swing

Thursday

Quick Hands

Hexagon Hustle

Putting

Putting Fun

Friday

Builders and Destroyers

Circuit Training

Full Swing

Nine Lives

Week #3

Week #3

Introductory Activity

Fitness

Lesson Focus

Closing Activity

Monday

Mirror Activity in Place

Rhythmic Aerobic Exercise to Music

Pitch Shot

Musical Hoops

Tuesday

New Leader

Walk, Jog, Sprint

Putting and Pitching Stations

Frozen Tag

Wednesday

Flag Grab and Chase

Rhythmic Aerobic Exercise to Music

Pitching Rules and Etiquette

Frisbee 21

Thursday

Written and Skill Exam Putting Practice

Friday

Stretch & Warm Up

Golf Game in Foursomes

Unit Objectives:

The student will:

  1. Participate in gross motor movements, isometrics, and cardiovascular activities.
  2. Cooperate with group members during the fitness scavenger hunt as directed by the instructor.
  3. Participate in Parachute Fitness Activities to increase cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility.
  4. Execute High 5 to increase the circulation and generally warm the body up while reinforcing the following of a beat while moving.
  5. Demonstrate starting, stopping, running skills in Bean Bag Touch and Go and Ball Activities.
  6. Read the class safety rules hand out and sign the cover sheet indicating understanding.
  7. Demonstrate and use the proper grip 100% of the time.
  8. Demonstrate the proper address of the ball 100% of the time.
  9. Execute the chip, pitch and drive shots using form demonstrated in class.
  10. Demonstrate the stance, grip, and address routine used in putting a golf ball.
  11. Putt the ball on the practice greens.
  12. Demonstrate the basics of the full swing.
  13. Review chipping using a self-check task sheet.
  14. Identify etiquette and rules on Task Sheets 15 – 17.
  15. Demonstrate the golf full swing using the 5 iron and skills demonstrated in class.
  16. Using the full swing, practice hitting into a net and at targets.
  17. Improve sand trap shot technique as demonstrated by the instructor.
  18. Execute form taught in class for Sand Trap Shots.
  19. Complete a written exam covering rules, etiquette, and skills techniques scoring at least 70%.
  20. Play Frisbee Keep Away demonstrating throwing, catching and jumping skills.
  21. Demonstrate dodging, running, and agility during Help Me Tag.
  22. Play “Frisbee 21” with a partner demonstrating one and two hand catching and throwing accuracy.

Play a game of simulated golf demonstrating skills, rules and etiquette studied during the unit.

Academic Integration Areas:

  1. The Challenge Course activities can integrate Muscular Use Identification, Numeric Patterns and Contrasting Terms.

    The teacher can say:
    • Tell me the main muscles that are used during your leaping and jumping fitness activities.
    • What muscles are you using during crab walks, curl-ups, and push-ups?
    • Create a pattern for moving through the Challenge Course. Reverse the pattern.

  2. The Frisbee 21 game requires cooperation and responsibility between the students. It also can reinforce numeric patterning.
    • What pattern did you notice developed to earn points? Were more points earned with the 2 handed catch or the 1-handed catch?

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