Tara Saghafi Hi Megan, You're welcome, and glad it's relevant. You can find the video here: https://www.gsk scienceeducatio n.com/en-gb/res ources/extraord inary-beings/fu el-to-win/ You'll also find more resources like this under the Extraordinary ... – Mar 19, 9:03 AM
Megan Bowe Thanks for sharing, this is very relevant to the topic I am teaching at the moment. Is the video clip accessible? I would love to ... – Mar 19, 8:35 AM
Nancy Curtiss I love this idea. I am going to work on something like this for Kinder-5th grade. Do you know if anyone has developed one for ... – Mar 14, 5:52 PM
Michael Anstee What have people used as an assessment criteria for an activity like this? Thinking about how to link it to some objectives for a year ... – Mar 13, 6:00 PM
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...
A progressive skill based curriculum for ages 7-9 that can be easily incorporated for KS3 groups dependant on capabilities. The skill-based football curriculum is taught through a series of developmental practices that isolate the particular theme/skill for that session. The measure of success becomes how well the skill is performed in a realistic game situation. This approach provides every coach and player with a definite ‘GOAL’ for each session. Players not reaching their goal should NOT be labeled as failures. It is our belief that rather than dismiss players as failures, the coach uses the information gained as a source of reference to develop future practices. Coaches should note that players aged 7 and up will mostly enjoy the more skill based or ‘GOAL’ driven approach. The skills taught are as follows: Week One – Breaking Pressure Week Two – Applying Pressure – forcing turnovers Week Three – Forward foot...
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 booklet for the Unit 11 Development of Personal Fitness I made for my BTEC students which has made the unit much easier to teach in a practical setting. I hope it's of help - it can be easily tweaked and developed to suit your class, taste and needs in the department.