Date of Lesson
: Friday 25
: Touch Football
: Students will apply the theoretical components of the energy systems as used in touch footballStudents will develop understanding of the role energy systems and fatigue has on player performance in relation to touch football.Students will further develop skills and strategic plays for touch football that utilise their theoretical knowledge of energy systems and the effects of fatigue on player performance.Students will cooperatively work individually and with partners in a modified and full scale game environment whilst demonstrating safety at all times.
Teaching SequenceSpecific ObjectivesTeaching StrategiesLearningExperiencesOrganisationResourcesFormative Assessment
Theory – Introduction tofatigue and the impact ithas on performance-What is fatigue-Types of fatigue – Mental& physical-Strategies to minimisefatigue
Students will be ableto implementstrategies thatminimise individualand team fatigue.Teacher asks studentsquestions in relation tothe fatigue and todemonstrate a basicunderstanding.Teacher asksquestions to reinforceunderstanding. e.g.effects on player performance-What is fatigue andhow is it caused?-Ask students to givean example of physical and mentalfatigue-
Strategies to minimizeindividual and teamfatigue and to increaseopposition fatigue
Students take part inan open discussion inrelation to fatigue andthe effects it has onperformanceStudents applyknowledge andunderstanding toanswer questionrelating to fatigue andplayer performance.Students are seated infront of teacher duringthe teacher ledintroduction.A handout resource isdistributed to eachstudent.Fatigue handoutResourceAre students successfullyanswering questions?