Lesson Plan 1: Nine Men’s Morris Historical/Cultural Perspective

Materials: Chalk and two stones. Procedure

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Materials: Chalk and two stones.
Procedure: Draw the diagram shown here on the ground with chalk. Write the names of the days of the week, heaven, and the world in Spanish in the boxes of the diagram.

  1. Throw the puck on Monday – lunes. Hop over that space onto Tuesday – martes.

  2. Using the same hopping foot, kick the puck out of lunes and back behind the baseline. Now hop out of the diagram. (Players can agree to stand on their hopping foot while kicking with other foot.)

  3. Toss the puck into Tuesday – martes. Hop into lunes, then Wednesday - miércoles. Kick the puck out of the diagram and hop out.

  4. Repeat this for miércoles, then Thursday - jueves. When the puck is thrown into jueves, hop into miércoles, then jump into both Friday – viernes and Saturday – sábado, with one foot in each box. Then hop on one foot into Sunday – domingo, kick out the puck to behind the baseline as before.

  5. Don’t throw the puck into either viernes or sábado. Continue the pattern by throwing the puck into domingo, then el cielo. Jump into el mundo with both feet, turn with a leap, and then kick the puck back past the baseline.

  6. Always hop over the box where the puck lands. If you toss or kick the puck onto the wrong space, you lose your turn. When you get your next turn, start where you left off. The player who gets through the entire diagram first wins.

Assessment: Observation sheet based on level of participation on a 0-2 scale: 0-non-particpation 1-some participation 2- full participation in activity, and an anecdotal record based on behavior during activity.

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