lunes, 21 de mayo de 2018


May 21- May 25, 2018

Required Materials for Class:  Tennis shoes, water bottle and appropriate clothing.

Optional Materials for Class:  Bug spray, hat and sunscreen.        
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: To participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.

GOALS: We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.

Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!




REMINDER: I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
-  Dresses for the girls
-  Jeans (shorts or pants)
-  Crocks
-  Sandals
-  Boots



RULES:
Have fun!
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Positive attitude!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!

                                  


SECOND GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of VOLLEYBAL: serving, blocking and volley.

Activities.

2.      To begin the game. I will put two balls into play by throwing them high into the air, throwing some to each side of the net.

             




THIRD GRADE

During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of VOLLEYBAL: serving, blocking  and volley. Practicing manipulative skills in a game situation.



Activities.
1.      Arrange the children in 3 circles of six to eight children each. Have the children stand at least 10 ft apart from one another, facing counterclockwise. Give a ball to one person in each circle.

2.      

Gather the children into an information formation.
1.      Ask the children which were their favorite games from the last few classes (e.g., punch Line ball, so you can have the appropriate equipment ready.)
2.      Organize play for two or three games ( Keeping team sizes small)
3.      Tell them they must settle their own arguments or else they will not be allowed to choose what they do another time.


                                                


FOURTH GRADE

During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of VOLLEYBAL: serving, blocking, volley and spike. Students will put this knowledge to test in games.

Activities.
Arrange partners facing each other from behind lines 20 ft. apart, each pair with a volleyball. Mark additional lines at 30, 40, and 50 ft. apart.

1.      Describe and demonstrate the skill:
Start in a stride stance (weight on back foot) with the leg opposite your hitting arm for- ward.
Contact the ball with the heel of your open hand, squarely below and behind the center of the ball.
2.      Have the children practice serving the ball back and forth between partners, beginning 20 ft apart and, after some success, moving back to 30. Then 40. And finally 50 ft.
3.      Encourage the children to observe each for correct techniques:
Obeserve your partner to see if he or she is drawing the serving arm backward in a pendular fashion. Is he or she shifting weight from the back to the front foot?









FIFTH GRADE

During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of VOLLEYBAL: serving, blocking volley and spike. Students will put this knowledge to test in games. 

Activities.
Arrange partners facing each other from behind lines 20 ft. apart, each pair with a volleyball. Mark additional lines at 30, 40, and 50 ft. apart.

1.      Describe and demonstrate the skill:
Start in a stride stance (weight on back foot) with the leg opposite your hitting arm for- ward.
Contact the ball with the heel of your open hand, squarely below and behind the center of the ball.
2.      Have the children practice serving the ball back and forth between partners, beginning 20 ft apart and, after some success, moving back to 30. Then 40. And finally 50 ft.
3.      Encourage the children to observe each for correct techniques:
Obeserve your partner to see if he or she is drawing the serving arm backward in a pendular fashion. Is he or she shifting weight from the back to the front foot?


domingo, 15 de abril de 2018

May 14- May 18 , 2018

Required Materials for Class:  Tennis shoes, water bottle and appropriate clothing.

Optional Materials for Class:  Bug spray, hat and sunscreen.        
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: To participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.

GOALS: We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.

Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!





REMINDER: I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
-  Dresses for the girls
-  Jeans (shorts or pants)
-  Crocks
-  Sandals
-  Boots



RULES:
Have fun!
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Positive attitude!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!

                                  


      


During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of  HANDBALL: catching, goalkeeping, pass and dribbling.


WHAT IS HANDBALL?





Handball is a combination of Basketball, Soccer and Netball.   It is played indoors on a court about the size of two basketball courts.  At the each end of the court is a net which is 9 feet wide by 6 1/2 feet high.  The object of the game is simply to score more goals than the other team.
The ball is usually moved around the court by passing.  However, the ball can be dribbled, but like in basketball you cannot double-dribble. You can dribble for as long as you want (though you risk getting the ball taken away). You can only take at most three steps after catching a pass.  You cannot hold the ball for more than three seconds without passing it.  If a player is fouled he is allowed a free zone 9 feet wide to restart play.  Each team has 12 members, two of which are goalkeepers.  7 team members play and substitutions can be made at any time.  There is a halfway line on the court.  There is also a safety area that extends about 20 feet around the goal.  A player is not allowed to be in this area.  Shooters may leap into this area if they shoot before they land.




SECOND GRADE

Activities and Procedures:

Introduction (15 minutes): introduction of the unit; video presentation about handball

Warm up activity (10-15 minutes):

Touch the opponent

Two teams of equal numbers scatter around the gym Team with the ball starts and tries to touch an opponent with the ball. If the opponent gets touched by the ball the whole team does 5 push ups and they start the game.

Variations: Extra balls (maximum 3) can be added to make the game more challenging.

Main activity (30 minutes):

1. Skill games

‘Dribbling duel’

One player is dribbling. The other one tries to get the ball. How many times the defender is successful in one minute?

Tricky dribbling

Players dribble/bounce the ball in various body positions (sitting, kneeling, etc.) Players dribble/bounce with one hand and jump up and down on the opposite leg

Players dribble the ball through/under obstacles Players dribble/bounce two balls in sync.

Line tag

Players dribble their ball around the gym but only allowed to walk/run on the lines. When meet a team-mate both player need to make a half turn.



Freed by a bounce

Every player moves around the gym by dribbling a ball. 3-4 players (without a ball) try to touch every dribbling player. If a player gets touched he/she stands in a straddle position. Another player who has to bounce the ball through the legs can free him up from this position. Can the tag players freeze every player?


2. Game play

Hit the benches
  
Team A is on one side of the field. Team B are the defenders. A passes to get a good chance for throwing at the benches. They must stay behind a certain line. B team players try to block the shots


Conclusions (10 - 15 minutes):

1. What have we learned? How do we move with or without the ball? What is important when we dribble?



THIRD GRADE


Activities and Procedures:

Introduction (15 minutes): introduction of the unit; video presentation about handball

Warm up activity (10-15 minutes):

Touch the opponent

Two teams of equal numbers scatter around the gym Team with the ball starts and tries to touch an opponent with the ball. If the opponent gets touched by the ball the whole team does 5 push ups and they start the game.

Variations: Extra balls (maximum 3) can be added to make the game more challenging.

Main activity (30 minutes):

1. Skill games

‘Bounce it up

Players bounce the ball and when it is in the air slip through then catch it.

Variations: while the ball is in the air do one push up, lie down on your stomach, back etc.

Pass and catch

Pass the ball to the player in the opposite group and run to the end of your group’s line.

Pass and catch 2

Pass the ball to the player in the opposite group and run to the end of the row of the opposite groups’ line.

Pentagon

5 players form a circle; they pass to the second player beside them.



Tiger ball

Maximum 7 players form a circle. 3 players inside the circle are the tigers and try to block the passes. If a tiger catches the ball he/she changes place with the player. Variations: increase the number of tigers in the circle.

Conveyor Belt

Each team must try to transport the balls from A to B as quickly as possible, by passing the ball from player to player.
  
Zig-zag passing

Same game as Conveyor belt. This time the balls are passed from A to B in a zig-zag line.


2. Game play

Hit the benches

Team A is on one side of the field. Team B are the defenders. A passes to get a good chance for throwing at the benches. They must stay behind a certain line. B team players try to block the shots


Conclusions (10 - 15 minutes):

1. What have we learned? What are the hand positions for receiving the ball?



FOURTH GRADE


Main activity (40 minutes):

1. Skill games

Fundamentals

Students pair up and following the teacher’s instructions will pass the ball back and forth while practicing the various shooting techniques.

Overhand Shot

Shooting for goal with overhand shot from 3 steps.

Variations: shot from running, from dribbling


Shooting competition

Same as previous exercise, teams work in opposite directions. They shot at the opponent’s goal. Which team can score the most goal in 10 minutes?


Target shooting

Players stand around the 6m line, facing the goal. At the teacher’s mark they all shoot for goal and try to hit the corners, cones or mats.

Target shooting 2

Team A tries to get to the benches at the end of the court by dribbling the ball and without being touched by an opponent. Once they reach the bench they need to hit one of the cones. Every hit is 1 point. Those players who got touched must go back to the start line and start again. Which team can reach the most point in 3 minutes.



2. Game play

Keep Away

Two teams of equal numbers, from two members upward, scattered throughout the designated area. The members of one team try to keep the ball from the members of the other team through passing, dribbling and moving about as per the basic rules of handball. The ball is awarded the opponents if a team member holds the ball more than three seconds, takes more than three steps or allows the ball to
go out of the designated area.

The Queens Ball
Divide the court as on picture. Each team begins the game on their own half and try to pass the ball over to the Queen who must try to catch it. If it is successful then one member of the team is allowed to take up position in the opponents half and the ball maybe passed to her. The team which has eventually all it’s players in the opposing half is the winner.



Conclusions (10 minutes):

1. What have we learned? What are the most important things we need to pay attention to when shooting and aiming for a target?



FIFTH GRADE



Main activity (40 minutes):

1. Skill games

Fundamentals

Students pair up and following the teacher’s instructions will pass the ball back and forth while practicing the various shooting techniques.

Overhand Shot

Shooting for goal with overhand shot from 3 steps.

Variations: shot from running, from dribbling
  
Shooting competition

Same as previous exercise, teams work in opposite directions. They shot at the opponent’s goal. Which team can score the most goal in 10 minutes?


Target shooting

Players stand around the 6m line, facing the goal. At the teacher’s mark they all shoot for goal and try to hit the corners, cones or mats.

Target shooting 2

Team A tries to get to the benches at the end of the court by dribbling the ball and without being touched by an opponent. Once they reach the bench they need to hit one of the cones. Every hit is 1 point. Those players who got touched must go back to the start line and start again. Which team can reach the most point in 3 minutes.





2. Game play

Keep Away
 Two teams of equal numbers, from two members upward, scattered throughout the designated area. The members of one team try to keep the ball from the members of the other team through passing, dribbling and moving about as per the basic rules of handball. The ball is awarded the opponents if a team member holds the ball more than three seconds, takes more than three steps or allows the ball to go out of the designated area.

The Queens Ball
Divide the court as on picture. Each team begins the game on their own half and try to pass the ball over to the Queen who must try to catch it. If it is successful then one member of the team is allowed to take up position in the opponents half and the ball maybe passed to her. The team which has eventually all it’s players in the opposing half is the winner.



Conclusions (10 minutes):

1. What have we learned? What are the most important things we need to pay attention to when shooting and aiming for a target?