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Windhill C.E. Primary School Short Term Planning Sheet Class:5 / 6 Unit of work: Invasion Games: Uni hockey Date : 6/01/03 Learning Objectives Introduction Key Questions Vocabulary Groupings To learn the basic dribbling and pushing skills. To play a small sided game incorporating skills from lesson. Dribbling Pushing Game Activities Warm up: Jogging and stretching. Relays using sticks and balls in teams. Activity : Introduce holding the stick and dribbling the ball. Left hand at top, right hand half way down, bend knees. Dribble across the hall in pairs / threes in a relay system. Introduce the push pass. Knees bent, weight from back foot to front foot, transfer weight into stick and thro to ball. Look at where sending ball. Same exercise as above in pairs / threes, ball between 3. When half way across push ball to next person in line. Game: 3 or 4 a side game ( possibly 2 across hall ) Use cones to separate hall off. Play winners stay on if teams sitting out. Resources Uni hockey sticks and balls Bibs and cones Plenary Recap on skills learned and discuss any problems found by pupils. Assessment Evaluation
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Windhill C.E. Primary School Short Term Planning Sheet Unit of work: Invasion Games Date 13/01/03 Learning Objectives Introduction Key Questions
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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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