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Stage 1 SPORT Program Fundamental Movement Skills Term 3 2013

Foundation Statements
Students participate and perform in dance, gymnastics, minor games and sports. They complete simple movement sequences that show an understanding of dynamics, spatial awareness, relationships, timing and rhythm of movement. They demonstrate fair play and cooperation in small groups. Students develop proficiency in the fundamental movement skills of the hop, side gallop, skip, overhand throw, kick and two-handed strike. They participate in physical activities that promote enjoyment and recognise the importance of these for health and lifestyle balance.

Organisation
This sport program focuses on fundamental movement skills. Every week for one hour, each class will participate in learning experiences based on one skill. The skills are; catch, overarm throw, hop, vertical jump, sprint run, skip, kick side gallop. An assessment will be conducted at the end of the lesson to determine if each student is developing the skill.

Outcomes and Indicators


MOS1.4 Demonstrates maturing performance of basic movement and compositional skills in a variety of predictable situations.
hops on preferred and non-preferred foot absorbs force when jumping and landing from different heights repeats movements to form a sequence, eg jump, hop, run

ALS1.6 Participates in physical activity, recognising that it can be both enjoyable and important for health.
engages in a range of planned activities, eg fundamental movement skills, favourite simple games, movement exploration describes how activity, rest, nutrition and sleep are important for lifestyle balance identifies physical changes during and after exercise, eg heart racing, breathing quickly, feeling hot participates in a range of minor games and practices that assist skill development throws a small ball or beanbag overarm to a wall, target or partner, using high and low pathways catches a large ball travelling along the ground or through the air with two hands identifies the most efficient ways of using a variety of games equipment, eg grip, stance, action

GSS1.8 Performs fundamental movement skills with equipment in minor games.

Values and Attitudes Outcomes


V5 Willingly participates in regular physical activity.
values the importance of physical activity to personal health enjoys regular participation in worthwhile physical activity recognises the challenging and satisfying nature of performance recognises the value of lifelong commitment to regular physical activity appreciates the need to participate in physical activity with safety acknowledges effort in achieving results recognises the aesthetic and technical qualities of movement appreciates the features of a skilled performance strives to achieve quality in personal performance values the contribution made by support personnel in achieving quality performance

V6 Commits to realising their full potential.

Stage 1 SPORT Term 3 2013 Fundamental Movement Skills Timetable


Brianna Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
1L Hop 1Z Skip 1B Skip 2NG Vertical Jump 2J Overarm Throw 2A Catch 1L Vertical Jump 1Z Sprint Run

Louise
1Z Side Gallop 1B Overarm Throw 2NG Catch 2J Side Gallop 2A Kick 1L Sprint Run 1Z Kick IB Vertical Jump

Josie
1B Kick 2NG Sprint Run 2J Hop 2A Skip 1L Catch 1Z Vertical Jump 1B Catch 2NG Hop

Danielle
2NG Overarm Throw 2J Kick 2A Vertical Jump 1L Overarm Throw 1Z Hop 1B Side Gallop 2NG Skip 2J Catch

Susan
2J Vertical Jump 2A Hop 1L Skip 1Z Catch 1B Sprint Run 2NG Kick 2J Sprint Run 2A Side Gallop

Denise
2A Sprint Run 1L Side Gallop 1Z Overarm Throw 1B Hop 2NG Side Gallop 2J Skip 2A Overarm Throw 1L Kick

Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9

MAP

Catch

Netball

Overarm Throw

Dots Hop

Volleyball Vertical Jump

Skip

Grass Sprint Run Side Gallop

Kick

Note: In Week 4, two classes are doing skipping. Both classes can use the grass as no other activities will be using the grass this week.

Fundamental Movement Skill:

HOP
Location: Dots Equipment: None

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Tips One student is in and has to tip the other students. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Support leg bends on landing, then straightens to push off. Lands and pushes off on the ball of the foot. Non-support leg bent and swings in rhythm with the support leg. Head stable, eyes focused forward throughout the jump. Arms bent and swing forward throughout the jump.

4. Skill Application / Games: Note have mini breaks in between activities / play games using other skills e.g. skipping, jogging. Simon Says: Play to develop hopping skill. E.g. Simon says, hop forwards, backwards, sideways, hop four to the right, then hop four to the left. Have breaks in between with other skills. Bee Stings: Students walk within the space. One child is the bee. The bee chases students by hopping. The bee stings the other players by touching their backs. Change bees frequently / increase the number of bees. Hopping Mad: Students hop around until the teacher calls out a number. They have to form a group of that size. Hopscotch: Students use hopscotch squares to practise hopping. Vary hopscotch by getting students to hop with their hands behind their back, on top of head, on hips etc. Relays: Team hopping relays.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Walking (backwards, tiptoes, sideways etc).

Fundamental Movement Skill:

OVERARM THROW
Location: Netball Court Right Equipment: 15 beanbags, 6 small / medium sized balls, 5 hoops.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Loose Caboose Groups of 4. Three children stand in line with hands placed on the hips of the person in front. They move around while the fourth child tries to join the end of the group. If successful, the first person becomes the chaser. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Eyes focused on target area throughout the throw. Stands side-on to target area. Throwing arm moves in a downward and backward arc. Steps towards target area with foot opposite throwing arm. Hips then shoulders rotate forward. Throwing arm follows through, down and across the body.

4. Skill Application / Games: Beanbag Throw: Students practise the skill by throwing a beanbag into a hoop. Throwing to Partner: Students practise overarm throw by throwing a beanbag to a partner. Partner will provide feedback to the student on how they could improve. E.g. take a step forward. Students can move further apart when they feel more confident / need a greater challenge. Corner Spry: Groups of four or five stand in a line facing a leader about two metres away. The leader throws the ball to each member in turn. When the last student catches the ball, he/she takes the place of the leader. The leader stands in the place of first student and the line moves down one place. Continue until the leader is back in his/her original position.

Team Passing: Make two even teams (hats inside out for one team). Students have to pass the beanbag to people on their team while the other team tries to intercept. The aim of the game is to have the highest amount of overarm passes without dropping the beanbag.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Standing (one leg, tiptoes, eyes closed etc).

Fundamental Movement Skill:

SPRINT RUN
Location: Grass Left Equipment: Oztag tags, markers/cones.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Dodge and Mark Pairs. One child tries to lose his/her partner, who attempts to keep within an arms length at all times. Change roles after 30 seconds. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lands on ball of the foot. Non-support knee bends at least 90 degrees during the recovery phase. High knee lift (thigh almost parallel to the ground). Head and trunk stable, eyes focused forward. Elbows bent at 90 degrees. Arms drive forward and back in opposition to the legs.

4. Skill Application / Games: Follow the Leader: A student leads a group of six people running around the playground, over obstacles and around trees etc. Catch the Foxs Tail: In pairs, one student tucks a Oztag tag into the back of their waistband so it hangs out like a tail. They are the fox and the other is the hound. On signal, the hound chases the fox and tries to snatch the foxs tail. If successful, they become the fox. After a few minutes, students find a new partner. Simon Says: Simon may ask students to run quickly, slowly, heavily or lightly, with short or large stride, with a forward body lean, upright, in pairs or groups, with straights legs or arms. Zigzag Running: One at a time, students zigzag between a series of markers. Relays: Complete running relays in small groups.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Body Movements children lie on backs, feet out and arms by their sides. Ask them to move right arm and left leg together, pat forehead with right hand, make a circle in the air with right foot etc.

Fundamental Movement Skill:

SKIP
Location: Grass Top Equipment: None

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: One Against Three Groups of 4. Three join hands and form a circle. Designate one of the three as it. The other player is the chaser. Keeping the circle intact, move in different directions with the aim of keeping the chaser away from it. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Shows a rhythmical step-hop. Lands on ball of the feet. Knee of support leg bends to prepare for hop. Head and trunk stable, eyes focused forward. Arms relaxed and swing in opposition to legs.

Teaching Tips: A skip is the following sequence with rhythm: right hop, left step, left hop, right step, right hop, left step, left hop. Get students to clap the step-hop beat. 4. Skill Application / Games: Skipping Poison: Students skip within area and pretend everyone else is poison. If another student touches you, you are poison too and must skip with one hand behind your back. Start skipping slowly and get faster. Sharks and Seals: A student is the shark and stands in the middle while the remaining students are seals and stand in a line. The seals have to skip across to the other side without being tagged by a shark. If they are tagged or do not skip, they are then a shark. Water Under the Bridge: Students skip around in pairs. One pair of students tries to tag the other pairs of students. When a pair is tagged, they stand still, face each other and form a bridge by joining hands and holding them above their heads. To release these students, a free pair of students must skip under the bridge. Skipping Relays: Complete skipping relays in small groups.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Relaxation tense and relax muscles / body parts.

Fundamental Movement Skill:

CATCH
Location: Netball Court Left Equipment: 15 small / medium sized balls.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Make a Group Players jog around the area. The teacher calls a number and the players quickly form a group of that size. Play over and over with other skills e.g. skip, hop, side gallop etc. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Eyes focused on the object throughout the catch. Feet move to place the body in line with the object. Hands move to meet the object. Hands and fingers relaxed and slightly cupped to catch the object. Catches and controls the object with hands only (well-times closure). Elbows bend to absorb the force of the object.

4. Skill Application / Games: Catching Challenge: Students throw the ball at waist height to each other. When successful, both students take a step backwards and when unsuccessful both take a step forward. Corner Spry: Groups of four or five stand in a line facing a leader about two metres away. The leader throws the ball to each member in turn. When the last student catches the ball, he/she takes the place of the leader. The leader stands in the place of first student and the line moves down one place. Continue until the leader is back in his/her original position.

Down and Out: In pairs or small groups, throw the ball to each other. The first time the ball is dropped the person has to kneel on one knee. If the ball is dropped a second time, the person kneels on both knees. The third time, the person crouches, the fourth time the person sits. They can be let back into the game at anytime.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Walking (backwards, tiptoes, sideways etc).

Fundamental Movement Skill:

KICK
Location: Bottom Grass Equipment: 15 soft kicking balls.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Knee Tap Set a time, e.g. 30 seconds. On go players try to tap as many people on the back of the knee as possible. Players count how many backs of knees they touch. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Eyes focused on the ball throughout the kick. Forward and sideward swing of arm opposite kicking leg. Non-kicking foot placed beside the ball. Bends knee of kicking leg at least 90 degrees during the back-swing. Contacts ball with top of the foot (a shoelace kick) or instep. Kicking leg follows through high towards target area.

4. Skill Application / Games: Partner Kick: Practise kicking back and forth to a partner. Kick in the Goal: Students will practise their aim and kicking skills by kicking in between two markers (goals). How far can you kick? Kick the ball as far as possible with the preferred foot. Use objects e.g. a tree, fence as a marker for how far they kicked. They can use this marker to better their kick next time. Corner Spry: Groups of four or five stand in a line facing a leader about two metres away. The leader kicks the ball to each member in turn. When the last student stops the ball, he/she takes the place of the leader. The leader stands in the place of first student and the line moves down one place. Continue until the leader is back in his/her original position.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Standing (one leg, tiptoes, eyes closed etc).

Fundamental Movement Skill:

VERTICAL JUMP
Location: Volleyball Court Equipment: 7 skipping ropes, 6 hoops, 6 markers.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Traffic Lights The leader calls either: green (move freely within the space), orange (jog/skip/jump etc on the spot) or red (stop). 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Eyes focused forward or upward throughout the jump. Crouches with knees bent and arms behind the body. Forceful forward and upward swing of the arms. Legs straighten in the air. Lands on balls of the feet and bends knees to absorb landing. Controlled landing with no more than one step in any direction.

4. Skill Application / Games: Helicopter Jump: In groups of 3 or 4. Designate a child to be Helicopter to swing rope in a circle. Children make a circle around helicopter and jump the rope as it is swung around. Students count how many jumps they make before it is stopped. Try to beat their score. NOTE: reinforce safety of not swinging the rope too fast or hard. Obstacle Course: Set up obstacle course where students run and practise their jump. Set up hoops, markers etc for students to jump into or around. Jumping Jo: Select one child to be Jumping Jo. He or she has to perform a number of actions which the other children imitate frog jumping, jumping forwards, backwards, sideways. This continues until Jumping Jo stands still and claps hands. One this signal, the children jump away as Jumping Jo tries to catch one. The person who is caught becomes Jumping Jo for the next turn. Relays: Students practise jumping by completing relays.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Body Movements children lie on backs, feet out and arms by their sides. Ask them to move right arm and left leg together, pat forehead with right hand, make a circle in the air with right foot etc.

Fundamental Movement Skill:

SIDE GALLOP
Location: Grass Right Equipment: Beanbags for each student, 6 hoops.

Learning Experience
1. Warm Up: Red Light One student is in and has their back to the rest of the class. Students must creep towards the person. The person who is in can turn around at any time. Students must freeze when this happens. If they move they have to go back to the start. First student to the person who is in touches their back and runs away while they try and chase them. Can play again at the end of the lesson using side gallop if time permits. 2. Static Stretches: Complete various stretches of the major muscle groups. 3. Skill Development / Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Smooth rhythmical movement. Brief period where both feet are off the ground. Weight on the balls of the feet. Hips and shoulders point to the front. Head stable, eyes focused forwards or in the direction of travel.

4. Skill Application / Games: Partner Side Gallop: In pairs, students face each other and practise side galloping using the correct rhythm. Frost and Thaw: One player is Frost and is the chaser. Another player is Thaw. Frost tries to tag as many of the other players as possible. Once tagged they must freeze on the spot. Thaw can melt these players by tagging them. They can rejoin the game. Students must move around using side gallop. Bean Bag Relay: Make sure there is a beanbag for each student. Beanbags are placed between the group and the hoop. Students have to side gallop to collect a beanbag and continue to place it in the hoop. Side gallop back and tag the next player so they can go. The first team to have all beanbags in the hoop and all students are back are the winners. Races: Complete side gallop races.

5. Assessment: Complete an assessment checklist of each student. 6. Warm Down: Relaxation tense and relax muscles / body parts.

Assessment Checklist
Fundamental Movement Skill: Class:
Name Overall Check Does it look correct? Comments (If necessary)