Active and Healthy



Active and Healthy

About the unit/ Where this unit fits



This unit places emphasis on the importance of doing physical activities regularly and keeping ourselves clean and tidy in order to keep the body fit and healthy. It will also compare the types of activities each age group can do.

Another important aspect is making the children aware of the importance of respecting and helping to protect the natural environment when they are taking part in outdoor activities.

Finally, and no less important, we have to insist on the importance of protecting themselves when they are using the objects that form part of their daily life and when they are practising sports outdoors.
This unit is expected to take 6-8 hours.


Prior Learning
Language used in the unit
Important Resources
- Knowledge and Interaction with the Physical World and the environment.

- Social and Citizenship Competencies.

- Autonomy and Personal Initiative.







Nouns: machine, shower, Land, Open air, Fresh air, Nature, Water, Sunshine, Outdoors, Clothing, Socks, Fingers, Toe nails, Wounds, Danger, Risks, Fall ill.

Actions: Hunt, Look after, Build, Chop, Protect, Rest.

Characteristics: Dirty, Warm, Dangerous, Fragile, Short, Clean, Master, Quickly, Risky, Sedentary.

Gym (spaces and timing)

Materials: Hoops, plastic bags and gloves. Sheets of papers about healthy and fit drawings.

To organize individual and group fun activities correctly.



Expectations
At the end of this unit all the children must



- relate exercise and health in the 21st century.

- identify Physical Education as a means of keeping oneself fit and healthy.

- exercise and carry out physical activities regularly.

- identify and carry out means of protecting oneself when doing any kind of physical activity.

- identify and take part in outdoor activities.

- identify the risks and dangers in physical activities and in the environment.

-use physical activities as a means to promoting good relationships and respect towards others regardless of race or gender.

-show a respectful and tolerant attitude to the different physical capacities between oneself and fellow students.

At the end of this unit most of the children should


- identify the risks and dangers in physical activities and take part in outdoor activities showing more precision.


At the end of this unit some of the children could
- have consolidate and extend their knowledge about the risk and dangers of physical activities, part in outdoor activities and vocabulary.









Lesson
Learning goals
Learning outcomes
Main activity
Assessment criteria
1
To identify physical activity as a means to keeping fit and healthy.


To identify and participate in activities in the open air.






The pupils should learn:
To identify and take part in outdoor activities. To relate exercise and health in the 21st century.



Play “Hoop Race” When the teacher blows a whistle; roll your hoop as fast as possible down your lane. When you get to the end, your partner rolls the hoop back to the starting point.
Identifies and practises physical activity as a means to keeping fit and healthy.

Identifies and participates in activities in the open air.



2
To learn and practice healthy habits to avoid risks and dangers.

To be aware of the importance
of protecting oneself when doing
any kind of physical activity.



The pupils should learn:
To identify the risks and dangers in physical activites.


Make a list of the activities that you think are dangerous or not dangerous for our health.
Shows interest and curiosity for learning and practising ways of avoiding risks and dangers.

3

-To show a respectful attitude about the environment with material recycling.
The Children should: respect the environment for a good health

To pick up all papers you see on the ground and put them in plastic bags, in small groups.



Show interest and curiosity for learning and practising with material recycling.
4
- To realize and participate in recycling activities

The children should learn: to identify and play with recycling materials




Play “Bowling” with bottles of sand. The pupils have to build them.

Identify and participates in activities in the open air with recycled material

5




6





Lesson #

Learning objectives
Learning outcomes
Evidence for Assessment



Dicourse/Text targeted
Languaje targeted- Non-verbal L Targeted




Outline of leading activities


Classroom Management
Timing
Grouping
Pupils
Teacher
Resources





























































Assessment Criteria
All children must be able to


Most of the children will be able to
Some of the children could