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TERM/WEEK:

3/4

YEAR LEVEL: 9

LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: HPE-Netball

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM HEALTH AND PHYSICAL

EDUCATION
General Capabilities:
Literacy

Numeracy

ICT

X
X
X
Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures
WEEK/
AUSTRALIAN
SPECIFIC
LESSON

CURRICULU
M LINKS

HPE
ICT
Personal, Social
&
Movement &
Knowledge &
Process &
Community
Health
Physical Activity
Understanding
Production

LESSON
OBJECTIVE

Critical and creative thinking


X

Ethical Understanding
X

Asia and Australias engagement with Asia

ASSESSMENT
(what & how)

TEACHING &
LEARNING
EXPERIENCE
S
(include learner
diversity)

RESOURCES

Personal and social


Competence
X

Sustainability

KEY
QUESTIONS

Intercultural Understanding

Lesson 4

Characteristics of
respectful relationships:

respecting the
rights and
responsibilities
of individuals
in the
relationship

respect for
personal
differences and
opinions

empathy
(ACPPS093)

Tactical skills used to


create, use and defend
space, such as
selection of positions
(ACPMP101)
Movement skills and
sequences within
different physical
activity contexts
reflecting:

increased
speed and
accuracy

increased
complexity
(ACPMP099;
ACPMP100)
Skills and strategies
for effective
leadership, including
teamwork and
motivation
(ACPMP105)
Characteristics of fair
play and application of
fair and ethical
behaviour in physical
activity (ACPMP107)
Transfer of skills and
tactics between
physical activities
(ACPMP106)

Implement and
apply data
storage and
organisation
techniques
(ACTDIP041)
Role of
hardware and
software in
managing,
controlling and
securing the
movement of
data in a digital
system
(ACTDIK034)

Analyse and
visualise data to
create
information and
address
complex
problems
(ACTDIP037)
Design the user
experience of a
digital system
(ACTDIP039)
Work
independently,
and
collaboratively
to manage
projects, using
digital
technology and
an iterative and
collaborative
approach.
Considers time,
cost, risk and
safety

Conduct fitness
test for assessment
& comparison of
baseline data to
track progress of
student, and
establish areas
that need work in
following weeks
and to create
teams and record
results for
comparison of
previous fitness
tests.
Test skills and
video game for
formulation of
teams for
tournament in
weeks 6-10.
Ensure the rules
of Netball are
understood, as
well as the
understanding of
how to umpire a
Netball game,
because students
will be officiating
the tournament.

Informal Assessment:

Skills/Drills:
visual
observation
of game play

Knowledge
of Netball
and positions:
visual
observation
of game play

Knowledge
of umpiring:
visual
observation
Formal Assessment:

Skills:
Coaches Eye
and
observation
checklist

Fitness:
Fitnessmeter
with video
recording

1.

2.

3.

4.
5.

6.
7.

Warm-Up: dynamic
stretching, numbers game

Skills:

Fitness
Testing: Class
divided into 4
even groups.
One member
from each
group
allocated with
task of
tracking
results

Stretches
FitnessMeter
Drills
Coaches Eye
Weebly Netball
Sworkit
Cones
iPad
Netball Court
15x Netballs
Bibs
Whistle
Timer
Curriculum

Can the students


umpire a Netball
game?
Has the students
fitness improved
from week 1?
Are students using
the ICT
appropriately and
correctly?
Are any of the
students struggling?

Drills:

Drill 1:
Shoulder Pass
& Catch

Drill 2: One on
One Defence
Modified Small Game
Half-Court Game

use students as
umpires.
Cool-Down: light jogging
into walking, static
stretches (Sworkit)
Conclusion:

Ask students if
they can recall
basic rules of
netball (3secs,
defending,
stepping etc),
what strategies
or tactics
worked well in
their game?

Do students
understand the rules
of Netball?

Diversity: Injured
students assist with
videoing & setup.
Students unfamiliar
with netball are
paired with students
familiar with the
game. Students with
learning disabilities
provided with
adequate instruction,
included and given
appropriate tasks