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Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011
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Train the teacher kipp hou 11_2011

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  • Needs a picture
  • The next 4 slides need to be fixed
  • Needs spacing help
  • Cover Native American through the evolution of the game today.Refer to the trifold
  • Great visual showing the participants a men's stick, women's stick and pe stick as well as the balls. The visual made for great questions as well as
  • Video shows 2 gb at 2 different angels.
  • Need to redo this……
  • Video shows 2 catches
  • Video shows 3 throws at 2 angles
  • Video shows 3 shots from 2 different angles.
  • Video clip shows how to be a stick length away…how to block and how to never move stick toward opponent’s head
  • Video shows cut away and back to a pass
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    • 1. Train the Teacher Workshop
    • 2. Game Plan for the Day Classroom Overview History of US Lacrosse Skills on the Field Wrap Up
    • 3. • Mission – US Lacrosse is the National Governing Body of lacrosse. Through responsive and effective leadership, we provide programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport.• Vision – We envision a future which offers people everywhere the opportunity to discover, learn, participate in, enjoy and ultimately embrace the shared passion of the lacrosse experience.
    • 4. • Founded on January 1, 1998, as the National Governing Body of lacrosse representing men, women, and youth.• A 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization• US Lacrosse Provides: – Membership Services & Benefits/Chapters – Sport Development Programs – Coach and Official Training & Certification – Sport Science and Safety Research – Special Events – Men’s and Women’s Game Administration – Men’s and Women’s National Teams – Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum – Fundraising
    • 5. Number of Youth Players2001:.............................. 225,9252002:.............................. 258,2812003:.............................. 269,0792004:.............................. 319,9052005:.............................. 351,4262006:.............................. 390,4222007:.............................. 442,8312008:.............................. 484,0372009:.............................. 524,8952010:.............................. 579,987 US Lacrosse: 63 Chapters in 42 States Source – 2010 US Lacrosse Participation Survey (Players aged 18 years or younger)
    • 6. Programs & Services• Coaches Education Training and Certification Program: With the explosion of youth lacrosse players across the country, the need for well educated coaches is at an all time high. The US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program provides the only standardized lacrosse coach’s certification program. US Lacrosse trains over 3,000 coaches per year.• Officials Education and Certification Programs: US Lacrosse offers the only nationally standardized officials’ training and development programs for men’s and women’s lacrosse.• Physical Education Curriculum and Teacher Training: This curriculum was created by US Lacrosse and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), and is a comprehensive and easy way to use co-ed curriculum for elementary school, middle school and high school students. • Fast Break Initiative: This program is designed to infuse a fledgling lacrosse area with resources to launch the sport from the roots up through educating coaches, officials, players and administrators. Fast Break brings programs, training and resources to an area which has a limited amount of lacrosse being played, but displays strong enthusiasm for the sport and a willingness to learn and work with US Lacrosse to grow the game responsibly. • Equipment Grants: USL awards over a million dollars in equipment annually to programs within their first year of operation. Applicant programs must demonstrate a financial need and priority is given to those residing in a state or region where lacrosse opportunities are currently limited or absent. • AED Grant Program: US Lacrosse and Cardiac Science team up to award free AED systems, provide greater educational resources, and special AED pricing for US Lacrosse members. • AND MORE!!!
    • 7. History of Lacrosse
    • 8. Girls’ Game Player/Boys’ Game Player
    • 9. Same Name – Different games
    • 10. US Lacrosse PE Curriculum• Provides a clear sequence of lesson plans that are appropriate for co-educational classes, Grades 4-12.• Introduces and develops the tactical, technical, and cooperative skills needed to enjoy success• Allows students to walk away with the knowledge to continue participation for those who become interested in the sport of lacrosse.
    • 11. Lacrosse in Physical Education Class• Students will learn key skills of the game, tactics, and movement.• Students will be able to utilize other known sports skills ie. Basketball, soccer, etc.• Students will fully enjoy the lacrosse experience in a non- contact environment.
    • 12. Which stick would you use in your class?
    • 13. Basic Rules for SAFE non-contact lacrosse physical education play• Use soft lacrosse sticks and soft lacrosse balls only.• No stick to stick contact• No body to body or body to stick contact• Maintain control of your body at all times• Respect your teammate and opponents at all times• Two Hands on the Stick
    • 14. Best Practices• Drills and Skills – Balls should be moving in the same direction in drills – As with any other sport, small groups with lots of repetition – Combine skills to put the whole thing together (ex: pick up a ground ball and pass to a teammate)
    • 15. Basic Field Skills• Grip• Ground Balls (Scooping)• Cradling• Catching• Throwing• Shooting• Passing
    • 16. Grip
    • 17. Ground Ball/Scoop
    • 18. Cradle
    • 19. Catch
    • 20. Throw
    • 21. Shooting
    • 22. Combined Skill Safety
    • 23. Combined Skills• Throwing/Catching• Cutting/ Passing• Ground Ball/Shooting• Obstacle Course
    • 24. Now let’s take it onto the field!!
    • 25. What I learned this week FINALLY…is the lastslide should be a short video showing clips ofmen’s and women’s lacrosse. Youth up to US Teams. We need the visual here……. I also think a 3v3 PE clip would be a possible addition here.

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