1. Topic-
Good/Poor Sportsmanship
2. Content-
Social Skills
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will identify good and poor sportsmanship behavior.
2. Students will practice good sportsmanship behavior.
3. Students will follow group rules.
4. Objectives-
1. Students will attend to a video model.
2. Students will play a game with each other.
3. Students will practice how to be part of a small social group facilitated by adults.
5. Materials and Aids-
Worksheet,Game, Video Model, Computer, Pencils, Written schedule, Rule board, Traffic light.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Student will begin lesson by going over (verbalizing) group rules
2. Students will be asked to retrieve and recall information in regards to good sportsmanship behavior.

B. Development-

1.Student will attend to a video model in regard to good sportsmanship behavior.
2.Students will complete a worksheet as a group dealing with identifying good and poor sportsmanship.

C. Practice-

Students will play a game called "head bandz", and practice good sportsmanship behavior.

D. Independent Practice-

Student's will be given a "Top Ten" good sport list to review with their families.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Group behavior contingency.
2. Prompts. (verbal, gestural)
3. Positive reinforcement.
4. Small group.
5. Corrective feedback.
6. Modeling.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Verbal and non-verbal feedback.
2.Identification of good and poor sportsmanship behavior.
3.Practicing good sportsmanship behavior.

G. Closure-

1.Positive feedback.
2. Quick review of good sportsmanship observed.
3. Parent list.
7. Evaluation-
2.Teacher consultation
3. Data collection
8. Teacher Reflection-
To review skills in weeks to come, and to incorporate skills learned into future lessons.

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