Writing swimming lesson plans can be time consuming, but it is an essential task to get right if you are going to deliver an effective, results based lesson.
Here at Swim Teach, I have taken the work out of lesson planning by providing you with plans that cover every lesson you could possibly need - all in one pdf file.
Ready-made lesson plans for swimming teachers that take the hard work out of planning.
Discover every swimming lesson from first entering the pool and building confidence to swimming in deep water, including plans written explicitly for adults. Ensure progress with sequenced lesson plans for each part of front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly, aimed at beginner, intermediate and advanced swimmers. Each plan also has an assessment grid so that you can monitor and measure the progress of each of your swimmers quickly and easily. These pre-made lesson plans are ready to go leaving you to focus on the individuals in your classes and fine-tune your practice as a successful swimming teacher. Click here for more details.
Lesson plans that start from the very beginning with first entering the water, and move on to building confidence with floating, breathing and gliding, are essential for teaching beginners. Click here for some sample swimming lesson plans written exclusively for beginners.
Adults learning to swim may need a different approach from the teacher. For some exclusive sample swimming lesson plans for adults, click here.
Lesson plans packs are pdf files that can be downloaded and printed for each swimming stroke. All of these plans are included in the 101 Swimming Lesson Plans book, but you may only want plans for a certain stroke.
Each stroke pack contains 18 lesson plans covering all stroke parts (body position, leg kick, arm pull, breathing and timing) with separate plans for beginners, intermediate and advanced, so that progress is ensured.
Each plan also has an assessment sheet, so that you can monitor and measure the progress of each of your swimmers.
18 lesson plans per swimming stroke. Buy all 4 strokes and you're getting 72 pre-made lesson plans, ready to go.
18 separate lesson plans that start with the full stroke and then move onto breaking the stroke down into it component parts. The body position lessons focus on developing a flat and streamlined shape through the water. The leg and arm lesson plans perfect the techniques needed to keep the stroke smooth and relaxed. Breathing and timing plans add to the finer details. These plans leave you to focus on the individuals in your classes and fine-tune your practice as a successful swimming teacher. Click here to check out some examples.
Breaststroke lesson plans that ensure your swimmers learn a smooth and relaxed technique step-by-step. Body position plans ensure an effective and efficient shape, whilst the leg kick plans teach a powerful whip action. The arm pull and breathing lesson plans help to develop a flawless technique that fits perfectly into the timing and coordination. Swimming lesson plans for teachers that really make a difference. Click here to check out some examples.
Grab some detailed backstroke swimming lesson plans and take the hard work out of teaching backstroke technique. The beginner lesson plans lay down the perfect foundation in each stroke part, for the intermediate and advanced to build on and fine-tune. The assessment tools for each lesson make assessing your swimmers a quick and easy job. This leaves you to focus on the individuals in your classes and fine-tune your practice as a successful swimming teacher. Click here to check out some examples.
Butterfly is a tough swimming stroke to teach and these lesson plans do much of the hard work for you. Stating with the basics of the undulating body movement, they move through each stroke part and add in the leg kick, arm pull, breathing and timing, with separate lesson plans for each part. Work through them all, starting with the beginners lesson and progress though the intermediate and advanced lesson, and your swimmers will blow you away with their butterfly stroke technique. Click here to check out some examples.