#2755. Football 101
- Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Math
- Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Football
- Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Soccer
- Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Statistics
- The kick pass and crouch lift are basic to football participation. The pupils will need to become competent in in these skills to fully understand the game while they are playing the game. Time should be provided today for pupils individual development in either pairs, group practice, or skills practice.
- Now the children understand more about the concept of greater than less than, the kindergarten lesson plan can move on to more practical examples. Sinking & Floating - Interactive Science Activity For the less numerate learners in your class, a practical and visual example where they are free to do their own science experiments, is a great way.
- The first person to touch it is the winner. Shout out a word (e.g. ) and everyone rushes to touch that picture. Then continue shouting out other words, as students race around the room touching objects on the posters. This should be fast paced and fun. Play 'Touch the picture' in pairs Now, pair up students.
- Read the 'Lesson Summary' together and have students take the lesson quiz to check for understanding. Activity Students will now practice drills and activities related to football.
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Posted Mon Dec 9 09:43:09 PST 2002 by Jamel Harris ([email protected]).
University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Ok
Materials Required: a football
Activity Time: 9 weeks
Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Math
• 1. How big is a football field?
• 2. What are penalties in football?
• 3. How does one throw a football?
• 4. What is offense?
• 5. What is the proper way to tackle?
• 6. What is defense?
DESIGN OF COURSE
• THIS COURSE IS FOR HIGH SHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS WITH AN INTEREST OF UNDERSTANDING THE GAME OF FOOTBALL.
• THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE THE NON- ATHLETE AN IDEA OF WHAT GOES ON THE FIELD.
• THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR A CLASS SIZE OF APPOXIMATELY 50 STUDENTS.
THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR A 9 WEEK BLOCK SCHELDULE THAT MEETS FOR AN HOUR AND A HALF, TWO DAYS A WEEK.
• What are the dimensions of a football field?
• How many yards are assessed on a penalty?
• Who typically throws the football?
• What are the names of the positions?
• How many players are on the field at a time?
• What is essential to playing defense or offense?
The students understanding will be assessed through a written exam, as well as a presentation.
• WEEKS 1 AND 2 ARE IN THE CLASSROOM.
• WEEK 1- (DAY 1) DISCUSS DIMENSIONS OF A FOOTBALL FIELD. (DAY 2) DISCUSS THE POSITIONS AND JOBS THE PLAYERS PERFORM.
• WEEK 2- RULES AND PENALTIES
• WEEKS 3 -- 8 ARE ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD TO PERFORM DRILLS.
• WEEK 3- QB DRILLS
• WEEK 4- RB DRILLS
• WEEK 5- LB DRILLS
• WEEK 6- DB DRILLS
• WEEK 7 AND 8- SPEED BALL
• WEEK 9- (DAY 1) WRITTEN TEST (DAY 2) PRESENTATIONS
The strand units of the Games curriculum include:
- Sending, receiving and travelling
- Creating and playing games
- Understanding and appreciation of games
Emphasis in the Games programme should include the development of skills, the creation and playing of games and the understanding of games. Traditionally, there has been an emphasis on ‘playing the game’ or practising skills in isolation from the game, and the curriculum endeavours to link the practice of skills with playing a small sided game.
The games programme should provide opportunities for children to develop skills and understanding through enjoyable individual, small group and team activities.
Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Football
Playground games help the child to move effectively and to interact with others. These are included in the strand unit ‘creating and playing games’.
Children should experience a balance of skills and games in a number of categories:
The approaches and methodologies for PE, outlined in the PE ‘Teacher Guidelines’ on pages 42 -100 are an excellent reference for teachers in organising Games lessons.
A guided discovery approach in a unit of work in games is outlined on p44
Use of a play area divided into grids an a games lesson is outlined on p54
Nexus 2 vst download full versioneverxx. A unit of work in games outlining a six week programme of work for third and fourth classes is outlined on pp 86-87
A unit of work in games outlining a six week programme of work for fifth and sixth classes is outlined on pp 88-89
In addition the PSSI lessons on Games for all class levels are an excellent resource for teachers and outline a comprehensive programme of work specific to each class lesson incorporating a variety of approaches and methodologies across the class levels.
Please find attached further resources to support you in implementing the Games strand:
Active Playgrounds: An article from the ‘In Touch’ magazine to support schools in setting up activities on the playground at break times.
Playground Games progression: A list of playground games suitable for each class level
Co-operative Games in the primary school: An article from the ‘In Touch’ magazine outlining a variety of co-operative and parachute games which can be incorporated into the games and other strands of the PE curriculum
Co-operative Games video footage: Video footage of three co-operative games, ‘Hula Hut’, ‘Bull Ring’ and ‘Traffic Lights’ demonstrated with a fifth class group of children.
Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Soccer
Stations: A sample of station teaching ideas for Games from the PE in-service on Games which can be adapted to suit the various class levels.
Games incorporating the development of ball skills: A selection of games, divided into three levels of difficulty which incorporate ball skills from different sports, while being fun and challenging.
Lesson Plan: Touch Football Teaching Games For Understanding Statistics
Ball handling skills: A selection of activities for that can be incorporated into the strand units ‘sending, receiving and travelling’ and ‘creating and playing games’.
|Active playgrounds InTouch June 09.pdf||491.15 KB|
|Co-operative games in the Primary School.pdf||163.12 KB|
|Games incorporating the development of ball skills website.doc||72.5 KB|
|playground games progression doc.docx||73.83 KB|
|Station Teaching.docx||162.06 KB|