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Unit: Badminton Grade: 4-6 Drill/Activity Focus: Smashes Number of students per court :3 Learning Objectives: 1. Students will be able to perform a smash to get points. 2. Students will be able to work with their partner to score points with smashes 3. Students will be able to show knowledge of the proper techniques to perform a smash Equipment: rackets, birdies, cones, wall. Name of drill/ activity Time Teaching cues Organization Comments/reminders Badminton hockey 11minute s -eye on the shuttle -get under the birdie Groups of 3 Score into the net Badminton hockey for prizes 4 minutes Drop the birdie line Score into the net Explanation of Activity: For the first activity the students will be in groups of three and they
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Unformatted text preview: would setups the cones along the wall to create a net. One player is the goalie, one is the feeder and the last is the smasher/scorer. The students will get 3 rounds of 5 shots, 15 shots total each player. The smasher will be 10-15feet away from the wall, and they can use a balloon if they do not feel comfortable using a birdie. For the second activity the students will line up and get a chance to aim for a target set on the wall (2 bricks). Students who hit the target go o the back of the line for another shot, if they miss then they will go back in their groups. The last player remaining will win a prize. Diagram of Activity:...
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