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My Top Interdisciplinary Social Studies Lesson Plans | Lesson Planet

My Top Interdisciplinary Social Studies Lesson Plans | Lesson Planet | Curation Project: Integrating | Scoop.it

This is a little article written by an elementary school teacher about her favorite ways to incorporate social studies with physical education.  These ideas can also be used in secondary schools if they are just changed to be more appropriate for those grade levels. 

 

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MathBall.pdf

Really cool interdisciplinary activity for using math in the gym.  The whole activity is explained and would be a great resource for physical education teachers at all leavels. 

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factsheet_pa_guidelines_schools.pdf

Great resource from the Centers of Disease Control of giving schools ideas of how they can make sure students are being physically active throughout the school day, not just in physical education class. 

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Awesome Lesson Ideas to Integrate Science Across the Curriculum

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This article gives ideas specially how to integrate science with other subjects.  The middle section gives ideas of how to use science in physical education.  Some ideas are: biology and nature walks, science fitness circuits, and phys ed physics.  

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Education World: Writing Fits in with Phys Ed

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This is another great article about how a school integrates writing with physical education.  It gives specific details how the school actually uses writing in physical education, but it also gives just general ideas of how to integrate these two subjects.  Some examples they give are:journals, problem solving, creative writing, advertisements, brochures, and posters. 

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02.04.05: Integrating the Craft of Writing into Physical Education

This is an article that explains how you can integrate the craft of writing into physical education.  This resource also gives everything a physical education teacher would need to use this idea.  From lesson plans to course objectives, everything is there that someone would need or can use to go off of in their physical education cirriculum. 

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Think and Run

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This is a video of how an elementary physical education teacher integrated math into this lesson.  I think it is an awesome idea of his.  The main idea physical educators need to remember when integrating core subjects, is to not focus too much on the core subject content that they forget to keep the students as physically active as possible throughout the class.  

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The Walking Classroom

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This is and should be an inspiration to all physical education programs.  Walking Classroom is a program used in schools as obesity intervention.  The integration part of this program is that it promotes physical activity while using podcasts that are aligned with state standards.  The students are walking/jogging while listening to academic podcasts.  This program is set up to be a daily routine for students.  I think this is a great program, especially since the research I have seen shows a very positive connection between academic performance and physical activity. 

 

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abadie.pdf

This is an article from a published journal that states the links between physical activity and academic acheivement.  I know this resource does not give you lesson plan ideas of how to either integrate core subjects into physical education or vice versa, how to integrate physical activity in your core subject area.  However, it is the research that should persuade you as teachers to use these results to encourage yourself to use physical activity as a way of learning for your students because the research proves that it will help students academically. 

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PE Universe > Intregrating core subjects in middle school P.E. class

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A Space for Physical Educators...This website is very usefull for physical educators.  There are many different resources, however, this was a discussion I found about physical education teachers giving each other ideas of how to integrate the core subject areas into the activities they did with their classes in physical education.

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Active Academics: Lesson Idea Index

This is for all other subject area teachers besides physical education.  It is a great site that shares ways to include ways your studnets can be physically active in your specific subject area classes!  This is very important, especially since some schools today are getting rid of physical education. 

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Math & Movement » What Is Math & Movement?

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This article discusses easy ways to have elementary students be physically active while learning math skills.  One of the activites even includes math and yoga!

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A Collaborative Approach to Developing an Interdisciplinary Unit | U-M School of Kinesiology

A Collaborative Approach to Developing an Interdisciplinary Unit | U-M School of Kinesiology | Curation Project: Integrating | Scoop.it

This is a really interesting idea that is new to me.  The physical education teacher in this study and the math teacher taught together for a whole unit.  Very cool idea!  There is a write up and also a video that you can watch that explain how it worked. 

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Partners N Health - Integrating Physical Activity into the School Day

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This article explains how this specific school district has the progam Take 10! to integrate physical activity throughout the entire school day. 

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Integrating Science Across the Curriculum: A Great Science and Phys Ed Activity!

Integrating Science Across the Curriculum: A Great Science and Phys Ed Activity! | Curation Project: Integrating | Scoop.it

Interesting article about using strategies to create cross-curricular unites, lessons, and activities.  This specific resource is great for those who need ideas of how to incorporate science with physical education. 

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Exploratory Classes Incorporate Math - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal

Exploratory Classes Incorporate Math - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal | Curation Project: Integrating | Scoop.it
“3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39!” yelled Jefferson Middle School fifth-graders.

 

This is an article about how this Middle School uses physical education to practice students' math skills.  Specific teachers and students talk about how great this has worked for them and it also gives physical educators ideas of how they can integrate math at their schools. 

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Models for interdisciplinary teaching in physical education

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This is an article that explains a model that can help guide teachers in how to integrate all subjects: language arts, math, science, social students, and the arts in with the content of physical education. 

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Math+PE=Fun

Really cool video of how this middle school integrates math and physical education.  Students talk about how they feel practicing math in physical education class. 

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Physical Education Printables, Lessons, & References (K-12) - TeacherVision.com

Physical Education Printables, Lessons, & References (K-12) - TeacherVision.com | Curation Project: Integrating | Scoop.it

This is a great resource for physical education teachers that need any type of lesson plan, print out, assessments, and references.  However, this focuses on intergrating subject areas into the physical education cirrculum.  There are different ways on this resource that show physical education teachers how to include math, social studies, language arts, and science in their lessons!

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IM TECHIN PE!: A few ideas for integrating Technology in PE...

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This is a blog post from a physical education teacher that gives you ideas of how to integrate technology into your physical education class.  Depending on your school and the resources you have, some ideas may need to be altered, but using technology in the physical education setting is a great idea to keep students up to date and give them a little change throughout the year.

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pa-during-school-day.pdf

This article is from the National Association for Sport and Physical Education.  It is a great resource to show how core subject areas can be integrating into the gym, but also how physical activity can be used in a core subject classroom.  The articles discusses how important physical aciviity is, especially to help with children's learning process.  There are strong facts that show how physical activity promotes academic acheivement.  These facts are the reasons why all teachers should try to integrate physical activity in their classrooms, especially if their school does not have a physical education program that is mandatory. 

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JOTS v25n2 - Models of Curriculum Integration

This is a research article that outlines cirriculum integration.  It does not give specific ways to integrate subject areas into physical education.  However, it does show how integration truly works and explains everything you need to know about cirriculum integration, especially for novice teachers. 

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PEC: Lesson Plans for Physical Education

PE Central is a great resource for any physical education teacher no matter the grade level.  There are numerous lesson plan ideas available.  This link gives a list of different lesson plans that integrate different subjects, like social studies and language arts, into physical education.

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Teaching: Integrating Other Subjects Into Physical Education Classes

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This article is great especially for elementary physical education teachers.  It discusses how activities such as math tag and an alphabet workout can be used to keep students physically active in class while practicing their skills/knowledge from their other subject areas. 

 

 

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