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Unit: Badminton Grade : 4-6 Drill/Activity Focus: Serving Number of students per court :6 Learning Objectives: 1. Students will be able to perform an underhand serve over the net on the correct side of the court 2. Students will be able to work as team to get the most amount points possible 3. Students will be able to show knowledge of the proper techniques to perform a serve Equipment: rackets, birdies, hoola hoops, net. Name of drill/ activity Time Teaching cues Organization Comments/reminders Over the fence 4minutes Elbow close to body 2 lines of 3 Just trying to get birdie over the net Precision serving 5 minutes Drop the birdie 2 lines of 3 Serving for specific areas Precision serving (team) 6 minutes -Elbow close to body -Drop the birdie 2 lines of 3 Get 2 points for their team when they get the birdie in the hoop
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Unformatted text preview: Explanation of Activity: For the first activity the students will have to basically try to use the proper techniques to serve the birdie over the net, it does not matter where the birdie lands in the court yet. There will be 6 students per court, 3 per half court, and they would serve diagonally so the birdie lands beside the other team and they don’t have take up time retrieving the birdie. For the second activity the students will try to aim the birdie in the hoola hoops (one placed close to the T and the other in the back corner. For the last activity the students will now be awarded 2 points for every birdie they get in the hoola hoop, after a student has served then they go to the back of their line, every student gets 5 serves. Diagram of Activity:...
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