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    • HantisThe Future of Physical Education
    • Meet the “Craters”
    • Do You “Kno”?• Mix of ping pong, tennis, and four square.• Played a top four tables with 1 tennis ball and four students. – Two teams• Created in Kentucky by four high school friends.• Very fast paced• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiHydn94e F0&feature=player_embedded
    • Psychomotor Domain• NYS Standard 1A – Students will: • Perform manipulative skills • Become competent in sports and activities• NASPE Standard 2 – Students will: • Understand movement concepts • Understand strategy and tactics
    • Affective Domain• NYS Standard 2A – Students will: • Demonstrate responsible social behavior• NASPE Standard 5 – Students will: • Respect self and others in physical activity
    • Cognitive Domain• NYS Standard 1A – Students will: • Show competency in a variety of motor and sports activities• NASPE Standard 2 – Students will: • Understand movement concepts, principles, and strategies as they apply to learning and performance
    • Safety• NYS Standard 2• NASPE Standard 5• Students will learn to work safely with partners.• Students will learn to perform safely in any environment.
    • Cardiovascular Endurance• Requires: – Running – Movement – Rotation – Many other locomotor movements
    • Coordination• Requires: – Fine motor skills – Eye limb coordination – Gross motor skills
    • Feasibility• Requires little equipment – Multiple types of balls and tables may be used• Can be played anywhere• No teacher training required for instruction
    • Student Feedback• “This unit was by far the best the whole year.”• “Just three units on Hantis and I improved many different sports skills.”• “Hantis is so much fun I play with my friends in my free time.”• “I enjoyed Hantis so much I started my own club after school!”
    • Foundations for Other Sports• Basketball: – Dribbling – Fingertips• Tennis/Ping Pong – Volleying – Serving – Returning
    • PE Representative• Workshops – Teachers – Students• Hantis “craters” will come into school and work with students• Good PR for school
    • Questions?Any future questions, contactme at: kgroberts5@gmail.com