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PE - BALL SKILLS Unit Plan year 1

PE - BALL SKILLS Unit Plan year 1

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PE and Health unit planner
Developmental sequence of teaching/learning
Term
2
 Y ear
1
Band
Early Years (R-2)
Unit/topic outcome description
Students develop their stability, locomotor and manipulative movement skills through a varietyof ball exercises that help to develop hand eye co-ordination, balance, movement, rolling,bouncing and catching. It involves students working autonomously and in groups.
EssentiallearningsThinking skills/processes, forexample, Bloom’s,Gardner’s or keycompetenciesICTsResources/equipment
Futures* Identity* Interdependence* Thinking* Communication* Remembering* Understanding* Applying
Analysing* Evaluating
Creating* Digital camera
Computer/printer
Video camera
Calculator
Internet
CD player
Clock/stop watch
Fax
Scanner
Email* Pedometer* Variety of differentsized balls* Whistle* Hoops* Skittles or similar
StrandKey ideasSACSA outcomes (verbatim)
Physical activity andparticipation“Children exploremovement patterns andrefine co-ordinatedactions, developing self awareness and skills thatfacilitate on goingparticipation and physicalactivity.” [Id][KC5][KC6]1.1 Demonstrating self-awarenessand co-ordination and control of movement skills for wideninginvolvement in physical activities indifferent settings. [Id][C]
 
Planning
Key ideasFocus of LearningSequence of core teachingeventsResources
Children exploremovement patternsand refine co-ordinated actions,developing self awareness and skillsthat facilitate ongoing participationand physical activityHow to use equipmentproperly.Sport safety.Leadership skills.Differences in ballsSelf-awarenessCommunicationEye, hand, foot co-ordinationRolling skills Trapping/stopping skillsSelf esteemSelf confidenceSelf assessmentIntroduce students to setting,behaviour management (refer toAppendix 1), and rules for use of equipment.Enquire about prior skills in rolling,trapping, bouncing, catching ballsIntroduce students to different balls,their size and texture.Have students play with the balls,ask them to play with a partner andsee what they notice about differentsized balls.Students to be taught rolling skillsusing medium or large sized balls.Students to practice rolling skills byrolling their ball at a wall.Students to be taughttrapping/stopping skills, these will bepracticed when the ball returns fromthe wall.Students to count how many timesthey can roll the ball at wall and itreturns to themClothingFootwearHatsPedometerWhistleVariety of ballsCameraEye, hand, foot co-ordinationBouncing skillsCatching skillsSelf esteemSelf ConfidenceSelf assessmentStudents to be taught bouncing skillswith medium and large sized balls.Students to practice bouncing skillsby them self, using two hands.Students taught catching skills,these will be practiced when theycatch the ball after bouncing it.Students to count how many timesthey can bounce and catch the ballwith both hands and not drop it.Variety of ballsCameraWhistleEye, hand, foot co-Students continue to practice rolling Variety o
 
ordinationRolling skills Trapping/stopping skillsDifference in ball sizesSelf esteemSelf confidenceSelf assessmentand trapping skills by rolling theirball towards a large target. Increasedistance between student andtarget. Decrease ball sizeStudents to count how many timesthey hit the targetballsHoopsCameraWhistleEye, hand, foot co-ordinationBouncing skillsCatching skillsDifferences in ballsSelf esteemSelf confidenceSelf AssessmentStudents continue to practicebouncing skills, bounce to partner.Increase distance between pairs.Decrease ball size.Count how may times they canbounce to one another withoutdropping it.Variety of ballsCameraWhistleEye, hand, foot co-ordinationRolling skills Trapping/stopping skillsDifferences in ballsSelf esteemSelf confidenceStudents to practice rolling skillsagain by rolling to a smaller target,gradually increase distance betweenstudent and target. Decrease ballsizeVariety of ballsCameraWhistleSkittlesEye, hand, foot co-ordinationBouncing skillsCatching skillsRolling skills Trapping/stopping skillsDifferences in ballsSelf esteemPractice all rolling and trapping,bouncing and catching skills byplaying team gamesVariety of ballsCameraWhistle

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