LESSON 4.docx - LEARNING MODULE IN PE 3(INDIVIDUAL\/DUAL SPORTS BADMINTON AGUSAN DEL SUR STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY MAIN CAMPUS BUNAWAN

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LESSON 4 Fundamental and basic skills LESSON OBJECTIVES Upon accomplishing this module, students will be able to: A. Learn the different skills to be used in playing the game; B. Perform the basic and fundamental skills of the sport following the proper form and techniques; TARGET SKILLS Skill demonstration and mastery LEARNERS 2 nd year students in the College of different programs TIME FRAME This module will be accomplished by the students in approximately in 4 hours within two weeks duration to complete all the activities recommended. This is a distance learning program, thus the time frame is flexible and largely self-directed. REFERENCE Physical Education 3 handouts ACTIVITY 1: Let’s Diagnose Your Knowledge 1. What are some of the basic skills that you know a badminton player must possess and practice in order to become a more effective and efficient player? Enumerate these skills accordingly and provide its definition. a. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ b. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ c. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ d. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ e. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ f. ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DISCOV ER READY START LEARNING MODULE IN PE 3 (INDIVIDUAL/DUAL SPORTS: BADMINTON) AGUSAN DEL SUR STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY MAIN CAMPUS, BUNAWAN AGUSAN DEL SUR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT © 2020
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ACTIVITY 2: player know more… Instruction: Badminton game has gone wild and popular around the world and has been played for centuries in the Olympic Games. Which of the countries ranked the top in all countries participating in the Olympic? Cite the specific name of the players from rank 1 to 10 and try to discover which player recorded the fastest serve and smash in a game. NAME COUNTRY SERVE/SMASH RECORD 1. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 2. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 3. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 4. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 5. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 6. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 7. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 8. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 9. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ 10. ______________________________ ____________________ ________________________ ACTIVITY 3: SERVE, SMASH AND KILL In this part, you will be learning on the main concept of the fundamental and basic skills of badminton in which one student must learn in order to master the game of badminton. Please try to read every detail of the fundamentals and basic. You may also refer to the video link presented below the whole text. Just try to browse the hyperlink provided for more information and additional knowledge. FUNDAMENTALS The Basics Before a game begins, a coin is tossed to decide which player or players serve first and which end they stand. Unless otherwise stated, players run the best of three games. Players change ends of court at the beginning of the second game, and, if a third game is played, at the beginning of this game too. After the toss, the server stands on the right hand side of the court, hitting the bird diagonally over the net into the left hand side of the opposition’s half. The server and COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES LEARN LEARNING MODULE IN PE 3 (INDIVIDUAL/DUAL SPORTS: BADMINTON) AGUSAN DEL SUR STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY MAIN CAMPUS, BUNAWAN AGUSAN DEL SUR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT © 2020
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the player receiving the serve must have some part of both feet on the ground within the correct area to serve, or to receive the serve. A foot on the boundary line – the line
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