This excel worksheet reinforces the focus for students to know how to take their pulse. It is a template for all areas of sport and activity. It has been used effectively in jump rope, basketball and WOD lessons and engages students to work out at their own pace based on their heart rate.
The fourth instalment of my football coaching series, this time on the 7-9 age range. This follows on from my 3-6 year old curriculum. It is intended to be progressive and challenging to this age group. Once again, I’d appreciate any feedback. Enjoy and please share. Contents The Four corners The Coaches Continuum Player considerations Responsibilities of the coach Session Outline Discipline Discipline Module 3 overview & technique tips Module 2 overview & technique tips Curriculum topics Week 1 – sign ups and intros Weeks 2 and 10 – Skills test Week 3 – Dribbling part 1 Week 3 – Dribbling part 1 Week 4 – Dribbling part 2 Week 4 – Dribbling part 2 Week 5 – Short passing Week 5 – Short passing Week 6 – SAQ day Week 7 – Passing and receiving Week 7 – Passing and receiving Week 8 – Turning Week 9 – Shooting Week...
This activity worksheet is an interactive class exercise for students who have at least a general idea of health-related fitness concepts (e.g. 12 years of age and older). Each student has a fitness topic bingo sheet and a pen. Students mingle around the room collecting signatures from other students who can say “YES” to a topic in a particular box. The game can stop when someone has five-in-a-row or when someone fills his or her entire card with at least one signature in each box (my favorite way to play). This activity is a nice way to get students interacting and learning about each other. It’s also a nice lead in to discuss a wide variety of fitness-related topics. For example, eating habits, exercise habits, fitness levels, and fitness practices. You can also take the idea and create other signature bingo cards for different subject areas. Dr. Chris Cavert Northeatern...
Here is a copy of a presentation I delivered as part of a TeachMeet. It identifies what Multi-Abilities and Multiple Intelligence mean, why they are important, and how they can be applied to teaching. It was well received by my colleagues but I am always interest to hear what other professionals think about MA and MI.
Recent advancements in ICT have allowed for the use of mobile technology and micro blogging within education to become a reality. Mobile apps, and micro blogging websites such as Twitter, have the potential to really enhance learning experiences within education. This poster outlines how this technology can be used to enhance teaching and learning experiences and promote physical literacy.
The aim of this resource is to provide a clear framework which teachers and other physical education and school sport professionals can use to develop squash in secondary schools. It provides detailed schemes of work and lesson plans which secondary colleagues will find invaluable. It links effectively to the current National Curriculum (Key Stage 3 and 4) and provides challenging activities. It strengthens the link between school and extra-curricular activities and competition (School Games) and there is also focus on literacy, physical literacy, and key words which lend themselves to cross curricular activities.
Here is a trampolining resource booklet with ideas, student safety info, progress sheets, AFL, key words etc. Students appreciate using them and helps them to develop their skills and knowledge of trampolining. Feel free to use.