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.
This resource is designed to explain what solo taxonomy is and how to use it within lessons. The first resource is a lesson resource that can be used to develop deeper thinking and learning skills utilising the concept of Solo Taxonomy. The second resource is a presentation that I gave at a TeachMeet held at my school. The presentation outlines what Solo Taxonomy is and breaks down the concept in teacher friendly language, proving examples of how it can be used within lessons.
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.
A simple, ready to use worksheet to record in pairs the results of a selection of boxing-based fitness drills.
Each exercise is given a name that describes the activity, which can be easily changed as required.
The way I use this is to print out the skeleton almost life-size, put it up at the front of the class, and then give each child a lable which they have to put in the right area. It’s a kind of revision tool but you can use it how ever you like! Hope it’s useful guys Attachments have been provide in both Microsoft Word and PDF formats.
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.
These sessions are designed as a 12 week recreational level curriculum covering all aspects of the game for football/soccer players aged 9-12 years. Sessions are designed to challenge players but in a fun learning environment.
These sessions are designed as a 12 week recreational level curriculum covering all aspects of the game for football/soccer players aged 5-8 years. Sessions are designed to challenge players but in a fun learning environment.