Objective: The student will obey school guidelines for behavior
and rules for playing sports.
Language Arts Standard: Reading, Listening & Speaking
The Prop Box with Costumes
Colored Pencils and 8" x 11" sheets of paper
(for making a get well card)
Appropriate Rubric: One for each student to complete
during each role play
• Identify Need
• Introductory Activity
• Define Steps and Sequences of Skill
1.Read the rules to know the rules of any game or sport.
2. Make sure everyone else knows the rules and is willing to follow
3. Keep in mind everyone makes mistakes.
4. Sometimes chance plays a big part is determining the winner
of a game.
5. Accept winning without bragging.
6. Accept losing without grumbling.
7. Thank all the players for trying their best and being willing
to play the game with you.
8. Expression: "It's not important who won or lost the game,
it's how the game was played."
• Model the Skill
• Role Plays/Classroom Discussion
• Independent Uses
for Role Play
(Speaker)____________________________ Student (Subject)____________________________
Date: _____________________ Observer's
Skill Being Practiced: _____________________________
of Speaker: Role play requires dramatic
|Did the student read the
rules to know how the task is done?
| Did the student make sure
everyone else knows the rules and is willing to follow them?
|Did the student remember
that everyone makes mistakes?.
|Did the student state his
awareness that chance plays a big part is determining the
winner of a game?
|Did the student accept
winning without bragging?
|Did the student accept
losing without grumbling?
| Did the student thank
all the players for trying their best?
Other Comments: ___________________________________________________________
may read rules and discuss them for any game.
Address in Lesson:
1.2 Identify and interpret figurative language and words with
1.5 Understand shades of meanings in related words.
2.7 Make reasonable assertions about a text through accurate,
supporting citations .
2.4 Offer a logical sequence of information and engage the listener,
foster an acceptance of an idea.
2.1 Understand and analyze the differences in structure and purpose
between various categories of informational materials.
3.3 Analyze characterization as delineated through thoughts, words
and speech patterns.
1.2 Determine a speakerís attitude toward a subject.
1.6 Use speaking techniques, including voice modulation , inflection,
tempo, enunciation and eye contact for effective communication.
1.1 Analyze idioms, analogies, metaphors and similes to infer
the literal and figurative meanings of phrases.
3.4 Analyze the relevance of the setting (e.g. place, time, customs)
to the mood, tone and meaning of text.
1.2 Paraphrase a speakerís purpose and point of view and ask relevant
questions concerning the speakerís content, delivery and purpose.
1.3 Organize information to achieve particular purposes by matching
the message, vocabulary, voice modulation, expression and tone
to the audience and purpose.
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