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LESSON PLAN IN

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10

I. OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:

A. introduce themselves into the nature of Cheer Dance and its basic elements;
B. perform the basic hand movement and position in Cheer Dance;
C. shows appreciation in the basic hand movements and positions in Cheer Dance.

II. CONTENT:
CHEERDANCE
(Basic Hand Movements and Positions in Cheer Dance)

III. LEARNING RESOURCES:

1) Reference:
Physical Education and health Learners Material page 159, 187
2) Materials:
Visual Aids, Tapes, Pictures.
3) Other Learning Resources:
National Cheerleading Competition Rule book
www.nccphilippines.com.ph
http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/Motion.pdf

IV. PROCEDURE:

A) Before the Lesson


1. Teaching Strategies
A. ICT
B. Class groupings
C. Lecture and Note Writing
D. Output

2. Preparatory Activity
A. PRAYER
B. GREETINGS
C. ATTENDANCEE CHECKING
D. REVIEW
E. MOTIVATION

“MILLENNIALS CHEER/YELL “

 Formed two groups


 Each group has to pick a letter on the board each letter it has a corresponding
word and they will use to create a short cheer
 The Students perform their own cheer in front of the class.

B) During the lesson


INTRODUCTION:
A. Historical Background
 Cheerleading originated in the United States
 University of Minnesotas
 November 2, 1898 official birth date of cheerleading
 Johnny Campbell
 First 25 years of this sport, male students were the only ones who were allowed to
join cheering teams and pep squads
B. Definition of Cheer dance

CHEERDANCE

Is a coined from the words Cheer and Dance it originated in the United States.

CHEER

To cheer is to shout out words or phrases that may help motivate and boost the morale
of a playing team and perform better during a game.

DANCE

On the other hand, is a physical activity where one expresses emotions or gesture
while performing bodily movements usually in time with rhythm.

Cheerleading

Is the performance of a routine, usually dominated by:


 Gymnastic skills such as jumps, tumbling skills, lifts and tosses.
 Routine of 2 minutes and 30 seconds

Cheer Dance

Cheer Dance routine composed of:


 Composed of yells and cheers.
 Gymnastic skills (pyramids and tosses, stunts, tumbling skills, arm and hand
positions and jumps)
 Dance (fusion of different dance genres)

C. Hand Movements and positions in Cheer Dance

 Beginning Stance
Feet together, hands down by the side in blades.

 Clasp
Hands clasped, at the chin, elbows in.

 Clap
Hands in blades, at the chin, elbows in.
 High V
Arms extended up forming a “V”, relax the shoulders

 Low V
Arms extended down forming a “V”

 Touchdown
Arms extended straight and parallel to each other,

fist facing in.

 Low Touchdown
Arms extended straight down and parallel

to each other, fist facing in.

 L Motion
One arm extended to the side with other arm extended in
a punch motion, (Left L shown)

 T Motion
Both arms extended straight out to the side and parallel to

the ground, relax the shoulders.

 Half T
Both arms parallel to the ground and bent at the
elbows, fists into shoulders.
C) After the lesson

1) Generalization

Cheer dance and cheerleading isn’t just about yelling or cheering, it’s also about the
complicated movements which start in basic motions and skills.
The students will learn the basic skills in cheer dance as they develop strength,
flexibility and other skills and abilities. The students already learned the rudiments of
managing their weight, watching their diet and keeping their body fit through
cheerdance.

2) Application
Activity: Cheer dance Festival
 The class will be divided into 4 groups.
 And each group will be given a 3 minutes to make a simple routine compose of
basic hand movements and position in cheer dance
 Each group will perform in front with music
 Routine will run 1 – 2 minutes
 Students will be graded using criteria.

CRITERIA
Choreography 20 %
Basic Hand Movements 30 %

Cooperation 10 %
Synchronization 20 %
Presentation 20%
TOTAL = 100 %

3) Evaluation
IDENTIFICATION
Directions: Identify the following basic hand movements and positions in cheer dance.
Find the answer on the box.

Low Touch Down Half T T Motion


Low V Clasp
High V Touch Down Low V
L Motion Clap

Answer:

1. Beginning Stance 6. Touchdown


2. Clasp 7. Low Touchdown
3. Clap 8. L Motion
4. High V 9. T Motion
5. Low V 10. Half T
4) Assignment

 RESEARCH AND DO AN ADVANCE STUDIES ABOUT LOCOMOTOR AND NON


LOCOMOTOR MOVEMENT?
 GIVE ATLEAST THREE EXAMPLES OF LOCOMOTOR AND NON LOCOMOTOR
MOVEMENT?

V. REFLECTION

VI. REMARKS