Michael Cummings Ha! in the peer assessment I put in the badminton not quidditch. Instead of stating did the student take care of their racquet, it should ... – Jun 15, 4:18 AM
Dr Alison Murray Thanks for this. I enjoyed the holistic approach which will serve as a super foundation for educators of primary physical education to plan cross-curriluar learning ... – Jun 05, 2:08 PM
Queenie Pickering good to know but what to do if you don't have access to a gym or covered area? What is an alternative? – Apr 05, 8:44 PM
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 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.
Six weeks worth of lesson plans aiming to develop agility, balance and coordination. These multi skills lesson plans are aimed at the non PE specialist primary school teacher but can be used and adapted for PE specialists.
In this unit, pupils will focus on developing more advanced skills and apply them in game situations in order to outwit opponents. Pupils will develop the use of attacking and defensive tactics. Pupils will prepare mini tournaments and compete in them. They will work in groups taking on a range of roles and responsibilities to help each other to prepare and improve as a team. Pupils will also develop a deeper understanding about healthy lifestyles and fitness.
In this unit, pupils will accurately replicate individual technique and apply theoretical concepts into practice. Development and demonstration of these fitness techniques will be seen through circuits, aerobics, weight and continuous training. Candidates will be assessed in relation to the GCSE assessment criteria. Opportunities to lead, coach and analyse others will enhance leadership and communication skills.
In this unit, pupils will focus on developing more advanced skills and apply them in game situations in order to outwit opponents. Pupils will prepare tournaments and compete in them. They will work in groups taking on a range of roles and responsibilities to help each other to prepare and improve as a team and to develop a deeper understanding about healthy lifestyles and fitness.