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Developmental Characteristics

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Developmental Characteristics The students will develop many physical skills they many not realize they had, since many of them never had played lacrosse such as: 1. Always watch the ball. 2. Keep top hand at the top of the shaft, bottom hand on the knob when catching 3. Relax the wrists at the point of catching. 4. Slide the top hand about ½ way down shaft 5. Keep stick inline with your shoulder 6. Follow through and finishing with your head point where you want the ball to go. 7. Students have one hand on their stick 8. Students “open” the gate 9. Students “close” the gate 10. Students have one hand on their stick 11. Students “open” the gate 12. Students “close” the gate
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Unformatted text preview: 13. Students have two hands on their stick 14. Students drop their front hand 15. Students “pump the well” 16. Students bring their stick back to their chest 17. Great hand eye coordination. Not only will they learn physical skill, but will also obtain plenty of knowledge of a game they may not know anything about. Including; the history, some strategies, positions, and knowledge about the skills. The life long skills that the students will learn fall under the affective domain, the ability to communicate during drills, the game or offering classmates advice. Preparing them for other events in their lives where they will need these skills....
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