1. Yes, the warm-up activity got the students moving around the gym and it was fast paced, so the children’s heart rate was high and blood was flowing.
2. Yes, the lesson was safe because there was no equipment required, the students were just moving their legs, and they were spread out.
3. Yes, it was an individual activity, so all students were able to do the activity the full time and follow the same instructions.
4. No, the fitness activities did not lead to anything, the skills were used during the game at the end but the students barely had any time to play.
5. No, the teacher did not use a traditional sports game, but he came up with a lot of fun ways to active with a balloon.
6. Yes, students were active about 98% of this lesson.
7. No, the teacher did not mention any outside activity during this class time.
8. No, there was no cool down for this lesson because it seemed like the teacher ran out of time and did not even really get to play the game at the end.
9. No, students all had their own equipment and were able to get new balloons if they popped.
10. Yes, transition times were short and the students were moving the whole the class period.
11. Yes, music was played during every activity, which made the environment more exciting and the students could listen for it to know when to start and stop.
12. Yes, the teacher gave clear directions and demonstrations, but he moved a little fast sometimes but it wasn’t a big deal until the game at the end when it was noticeable that students were confused.
13. Yes, the teacher used phrases like “way to go” and “I love it”, which encouraged the students and let them know they are doing the skills right.
14. Yes, after every skill a new one would be incorporated, which made the students better at the skills they learned earlier.
15. Yes, there were many challenges during the lesson and the skills got more difficult, which kept the students active and participating most of the time.
16. Yes, the...