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Underhand and Overhand Throwing Unit: 3rd Grade

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Underhand and Overhand Throwing Unit: 3rd Grade
Unit Overview
This unit is designed to teach skills and cues so that students will be able to demonstrate mature form in underhand/overhand throwing.
This unit covers Michigan GLCE's and National Standards.
The unit is six lesson long and includes cross-curricular activities and fitness components.
It involves multiple forms of assessment, such as teacher observation and questions, teacher rubrics, and student exit slips.
Day 1 & 2: Underhand Throw
Students learn and use the cues for underhand throw.
They practice this skill with partners.
Students play the "Egg-Toss Game" with a Fitness component.
The game "Baggo" (Toss Across) is introduced to students. During the game they keep score using tally marks and at the end total up their team points.
Assessment: Observation, Questioning, Overhand Throwing Cues
Day 3 & 4: Overhand Throw
Students learn and use the cues for overhand throw.
They practice this skill both individually and with a partner.
Students play the game "Clean Your Backyard."
They play a "Michigan Facts Tic-Tac-Toe" game.
Assessment: Observation, Questioning, Overhand Throwing Cues
Stations
Headless Horsemen (overhand)
Baggo/Toss Across (underhand)
Jump Rope (fitness)
Push Ups (fitness)
Under/Overhand Target Practice (Guided Instruction)
Day 6: Underhand/Overhand Throwing Stations
Students will complete the same five stations that they worked on in the previous lesson.
The teacher; however, will assess student under/overhand throwing techniques at the Under/Overhand Target station.
Day 5: Underhand/Overhand Throwing Stations
Warm-Up & Stretching
Gather the class and take class on a tour of the five stations.
Review established rules and procedures for stations.
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