tag_rugby_planning

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Topic: Games: Tag Rugby Year Group: 2 Session time: 1 hour Period of time: Summer 2 Teacher: Mr Martin No of weeks: 6 IN ALL LESSON ENSURE THAT PUPILS ARE TAUGHT TO RUN FORWARD WHEN THEY HAVE THE BALL IN ALL LESSON ENSURE THAT PUPILS ARE TAUGHT TO GIVE THE TAG BACK TO THE PLAYER THEY TAKE IT FROM. Assessment Criteria Expectations of unit: Outcomes MOST CHILDREN WILL BE ABLE TO: show awareness of opponents and team-mates when playing games; perform basic skills of rolling, striking and kicking with more confidence; apply these skills in a variety of simple games; make choices about appropriate targets, space and equipment; use a variety of simple tactics; describe how their bodies work and feel when playing games; work well with a partner and in a small group to improve their skills Session 1: Session objective: To be able to follow the rules of a tag game. To be able to throw and catch a rugby ball Start to learn how to tag other player.  Assessment:  By observation against learning outcomes. Warm up: Main Activities: Plenary Complete a range of dynamic flex  warm ups in a group. Introduce the tag belt to the pupils and show how the tag belt is to worn.  Allow pupils time to get belts on and check belts are being worn correctly.  Explain to the pupils that Tag Rugby is a non-contact sport, and the worst  that can happen is they take your tag belt.  Play tails. Make a gird 20 by 20 metres. The aim of the game is to collect as  many tags as possible in 30 seconds. Explain that in this game you can keep  the tags and you are not out if you lost both your tags. After 30 seconds  count how many tags you have. The winner is the person with the most tags.  Repeat game.  As pupils play the game highlight the need to try and grab the tag at the  bottom when it flies up in the air and not at the belt.  Play `keep my tail`. All the pupils take their tags off, except for 2 pupils who  take off 1 belt and place the other on the bag of their belt like a tail.  The winner of this game is the player who has the tag belt after 30 seconds.  Pupils run around inside the grid and chase 1 of the players with a tail. If you  Standing in a circle pass the ball  around slowly to the person next  to them.  How can we dodge getting  tagged?  How many hands do we have to  have on the ball? Why is it important to be looking 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 452 taught by Professor Brothersmith during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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