This lesson plan is evidence of Outstanding planning for maximising the effectiveness of another adult in the classroom in both a practical and theoretical environment. Takes no more than 5 minutes to complete and is given to the TA the day before the lesson so they can best prepare for the students they are there to assist. I ran a whole school CPD on this and the most valuable feedback was from the TA themselves as they felt more included and prepared for the lesson. Hope it helps, tweak it and share it! @PE4Learning
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.
This lesson is aimed at gaining pupils understanding of the effect that aerobic and muscular endurance exercise can have on their skill level. Pupils completed a number of skill games/test/tasks prior to taking part in a 10-20 minute bout of step aerobics. Immediately following the step aerobics the pupils completed the test/games/tasks again to see if their scores would differ. The premise behind the lesson was to look at a professional athlete and think about how difficult it is for them to keep their skill level up for a prolonged period of time. Both PDF and Microsoft Word formats have been provided for your convenience. Please share your thoughts/feedback on this resource by commenting below. Thankyou.
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 primary schools. It provides detailed schemes of work and lesson plans which primary colleagues will find invaluable. It links effectively to the current National Curriculum (Key Stage 1 and 2) and provides challenging activities. It strengthens the link between school and extra-curricular activities and competition and there is also focus on literacy and key words which lends itself to cross curricular activities.
The TGFU (Teaching Games for Understanding) teaching model is used to generalize games and focus more on the tactical and technical skills that are needed to play similar games. This mobility lesson is for invasion games which include sports such as football (soccer), handball, basketball, hockey, etc.
Six weeks worth of lesson plans aiming to develop agility, balance and coordination. These lesson plans are aimed at the non PE specialist primary school teacher but can be used and adapted for PE specialists. Excellent resource for KS1 after school clubs and Multi Skill lessons.
These resources include a presentation and some associated set of tasks covering the question for what causes stress responses in sport. This has been mapped against BTEC Level 3 Unit 17 – Psychology for Sports Performance. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you will be able to identify the causes of stress. You will also be able to provide examples of different causes of stress.
These resources I have used as an introduction to how stress, anxiety and arousal can affect sports performance. They relate specifically to BTEC Sport Unit 17: Psychology for Sports Performance. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you will be able to be able to define the following terms: Stress Anxiety Arousal You will also develop an appreciation of how these factors can affect sport performance. This resource contains a teacher PowerPoint and student info pack.
Here is a Football resource card that identifies the key teaching points and suggests practical ideas to help develop ball control and turning with the ball. Great for use within KS2 or KS3 lessons, to either aid planning or as a teaching/learning resource.