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Unit: Tennis Grade: 5-6 Drill/activity focus: Warmup Number of students per court: 12 Learning Objectives: 1. Students will be able to get their heart rates up and 2. Students will be able to work with the teacher to understand the proper movements and tactics 3. Students will show knowledge of different tennis tactics, moves and grips. Equipment: racquets Name of activity Time Teaching cues Organization Comments/reminders Hospital tag 7 minutes -know the moves -know the grips 12 per court Hospital tag 8 minutes -know the tactics -know the boundaries Explanation of activity: For the first activity the students will be 12 students per court, there will not be a net setup. This is like a regular game of tag but everyone is it. If someone touches you on your head then you must
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Unformatted text preview: hold your head with one hand and you only have one hand to tag others, if you touched a second time on your back then you hold your back with your other hand and you now can only evade others. If you are touched a third time then you must go to the doctor (teacher) to heal you. And the teacher will ask you to show him a certain move like the forehand stroke, serve, backhand, ready position, etc. Once they have completed what the doctor asked then they are back in the game. For the second activity the students will be limited to half the court and be asked questions about the court lines, and tactics. Ie: where in the service would you want to serve, where would you return the serve, etc. Two games happen on two courts. Diagram:...
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