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Forehandten1 - gymnasium and they will each start off with a racquet and a puff ball in their hands They would have to walk around and listen to

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Unit: Tennis Grade: 5-6 Drill/Activity Focus: Forehand ground stoke Number of students per court :6 Learning Objectives: 1. Students will be able to have the proper form and technique to perform a forehand ground stroke 2. Students will be able to work around their classmates to perform forehand ground strokes on the call 3. Students will be able to show knowledge of the proper techniques to perform a forehand ground stroke Equipment: rackets, puff balls, tennis balls, net. Name of drill/activity Time Teaching cues Organization Comments/reminders Simon says 5minutes -ready position -wrist is locked -weight on back foot Scattered around the gymnasium -Watch out for others -Use only puff balls Drive it 10minutes -transfer weight to front foot -contact ball at waist 6 per court, in partners Getting feed from partner Explanation of Activity: For the first activity the students will be scattered around the
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Unformatted text preview: gymnasium and they will each start off with a racquet and a puff ball in their hands. They would have to walk around and listen to what Simon/teacher says. The teacher will say either ready position or forehand. They don’t start doing another action until Simon says so(can say forehand twice in a row), they must remain frozen between movements/actions. If Simon says forehand then they must do the proper forehand ground stroke from what they have learnt before. There will be plenty of extra puff balls on the floor spread out everywhere. For the second activity students will be partnered up and they will simply toss the ball to their partner and they will use a forehand ground stroke to hit back over the net towards their partner, they can use puff balls or tennis balls if they feel comfortable. Diagram of Activity:...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2010 for the course EDKP 252 taught by Professor Andrew during the Winter '10 term at McGill.

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