1. The theme that I would chose would be Marvel comics. I would set up different stations of fitness activities were the students can act like their favorite super hero, character, etc.
The first station, I would have the students pretend that they are a super hero character that they love. I would set up the area with enough space to move around in. They would then start performing different motor skills that their character can do.
The next station would be another super hero theme. The students will pretend that they are a super hero that is really strong such as the hulk or iron man. They will perform different exercises to increase their strength such as sit ups and push ups.
The last station, I would set up different jump rope activities that the students would perform. The students will pretend they are a super hero that can jump such as spiderman.
2. I feel that Stan Lee is a great example of a person that uses great imagination and creativity. He turned the image of super heros to resemble real life situations. This enabled so many children to want to pretend to be their favorite character and copy their positive behaviors.Also, The Warner Brothers are all very creative people that inspired over millions of viewers. They used their imaginations to have an impact on children's lives.
3. The rubric would be out of 4 points.
- Involvement in activities 1 2 3 4
- Students properly demonstrate the realistic sounds and actions of their character 1 2 3 4
A 4 would mean that the student demonstrates the appropriate sounds and actions of their character and has high enthusiasm. A 3 would mean the student demonstrates the appropriate action but does fit with the sound. A 2 would mean the student performs the sounds with some errors but lacks the connection between the sound and action. A 1 would mean the student does not demonstrate the appropriate sound and action and their is minimal to no connection.
- Students guess the object correctly 1 2 3 4
A 4 would mean that the student demonstrates the object correctly. A 3 would mean that the students are able to get the object correctly with minimal help. A 2 would mean that the student uses help from other students by observing them and can then guess the object. A 1 would mean that the student does not guess the correct object and need more instruction and demonstration.