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1. 1. Course title: Games Year: 2 Term: 2 Teacher: Katie and Marc Lesson no. Learning Activities and Assessment Cross curr. Resources Topic objective differentiation opportunities links 1 WALT: That being active is good for them To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game WILF: Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and avoiding collisions Show control and accuracy with the basic actions for rolling, underarm throwing Understand the concept of tracking and get in line with the ball to receive it Warm up: Sharks and Fishes Explore Next few lessons they will be learning to send & receives accurately. Discuss what this means. Take a beanbag & slide across the floor, then run after it & pick it up. Can they vary the distance that the beanbag travels? Repeat with a quoit – rolling & retrieving. Remind children to keep their eyes on the quoit. Ask children to take a target such as a small cone & try to slide a beanbag along the ground to hit the target, explain that the children need to look at target & take aim. Develop Tell children to work in pairs and put their targets together so there is a gap in between. This time they need to slide their beanbag between the 2 targets. Ask children to work with a partner, sliding the BB so it hits their partner’s feet. Their partner then retrieves the BB & slides it back. Then work with a partner to slide a BB between their Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Bean bags Tags St. Stephen’s International School Scheme of Work
2. 2. partner’s legs. The person who slides the BB then runs behind partner to retrieve. Swap roles. Recap Key points of the lesson Cool down Ask children to sit in a large circle. Get them to pass a bean bag around the circle in time to the teacher counting the beat – 1,2,3,4. When the teacher calls ‘change direction’ children pass the beanbag round the other way. 2 WALT: How to choose and use skills effectively for particular games WILF: Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents. Warm up: Ask children to find a space and sit down. How do their bodies feel – are they cold, warm, hot? Is their heart beating slowly or quickly? Explain that we are going to warm up our bodies by playing W.U. Game: Top Gear Explain to children that in some games the aim is to pass a ball over a net in order to score a point. Discuss how a ball is used in tennis and a shuttlecock in badminton, show if possible. Tell children that they are going to try to score points by playing BB Badminton – but in their game they will try to slide the BB over their opponent’s line Throughout the activities ask the children how they can be improving. Stop & show Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Bean Bags
3. 3. good examples and get children to practise if necessary. Have a competition, where winners play each other. Recap the key points Cool down Get them to pass a bean bag around the circle in time to the teacher counting the beat – 1,2,3,4. When the teacher calls ‘change direction’ children pass the beanbag round the other ways 3 WALT: To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game WILF: Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and avoiding collisions Show control and accuracy with the basic actions for rolling, underarm throwing Warm up Sharks and Fishes. Explore Get children to choose a large ball and to roll the ball away then run after it and pick it up. If children have access to lines challenge them to roll the ball across the lines then along the lines. Get them to roll the ball to a wall or an upturned bench to retrieve it. Extend this to rolling the ball to hit a specific target such as a cone. Remind children to watch the ball at all times, to roll the ball along the ground, to run and overtake the ball before trying to retrieve it and to keep hands close to the ground. When aiming remind then to look at the target. Repeat with a small ball. Ask children to work with a partner, rolling and returning the ball while sitting, kneeling and standing. Challenge children to increase Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Large soft balls Small soft Balls
4. 4. the distance from their partner to make the task harder. Working in pairs, ask children to roll a ball against a wall or upturned bench so that their partner has to retrieve it on the rebound. Recap key points covered Cool down Colour lines, shout a colour, pupils stand on that colour on the floor of the gym. 4 WALT: To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game WILF: Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents. Use skills in different ways in different games and try and win by changing the way they use skills in response to their opponents actions Warm up Numbers Game Explore Take a bean bag and to practice throwing it up into the air and catching it with two hands. Remind them to watch the bean bag at all times until it is safe in their hands. Tell them to draw the bean bag into their body as they catch it. Challenge children to throw the bean bag slightly higher or just in front of them so that they have to move to catch the bean bag. How many times can they throw and catch the bean bag within 30 seconds without dropping it? Develop Repeat the activity throwing and catching the bean bag with one hand then throwing and catching while they move. Ask children to take a hoop as well as their bean bag. Show children how to Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Bean Bag Hula Hoops
5. 5. throw the bean bag underarm to land in the hoop. Ask children to practice this. If they miss the bean bag they should stand nearer to the hoop and if they get the bean bag inside the hoop they should move further away. Challenge children to get the bean bag in the hoop 10 times. Children then work with a partner to throw a bean bag so that it lands at their partner's feet. This person should then pick up the bean bag and throw it so that it lands at the other child's feet. Children should then throw the bean bag to their partner who must catch it and then throw it back. Recap Key points of the lesson Cool down Numbers Game 5 WALT: To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game WILF: Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents. Use skills in different ways in Warm up Numbers Game Explore Take a bean bag and to practice throwing it up into the air and catching it with two hands. Remind them to watch the bean bag at all times until it is safe in their hands. Tell them to draw the bean bag into their body as they catch it. Challenge children to throw the bean bag slightly higher or just in front of them so that they have to move to catch the bean bag. How many times can they throw and catch Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Bean Bags Hula Hoops
6. 6. different games and try and win by changing the way they use skills in response to their opponents actions the bean bag within 30 seconds without dropping it? Develop Repeat the activity throwing and catching the bean bag with one hand then throwing and catching while they move. Ask children to take a hoop as well as their bean bag. Show children how to throw the bean bag underarm to land in the hoop. Ask children to practice this. If they miss the bean bag they should stand nearer to the hoop and if they get the bean bag inside the hoop they should move further away. Challenge children to get the bean bag in the hoop 10 times. Children then work with a partner to throw a bean bag so that it lands at their partner's feet. This person should then pick up the bean bag and throw it so that it lands at the other child's feet. Children should then throw the bean bag to their partner who must catch it and then throw it back. Recap Key points of the lesson Cool down Numbers Game 6 WALT: To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually Warm up Sharks and Fishes Develop: Take a large ball and throw it into the air then catch it. Remind them to keep their eyes on the ball. Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) Bean Bags Soft balls
7. 7. and in combination to suit the game WILF: Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents. Use skills in different ways in different games and try and win by changing the way they use skills in response to their opponents actions Can they throw it a little higher each time and still catch it? Can they throw it up just in front of them so that they have to move to catch it? Teach them to reach up with both hands towards the ball and to cup their hands around it, then bring it down towards their chest and hold it tight. Can they throw the ball up and then let it bounce before they catch it? How many times can they let the ball bounce before they must catch it so that it doesn't stop bouncing? Can they catch the ball on the 'magic moment' of the bounce? Can they catch the ball just before it touches the floor? Ask children if they can describe the 'magic moment' when bouncing a ball. Tell children that today we will be working on throwing and catching. The aim will be to catch the beanbag before it touches the floor. Give the children a few minutes to practice throwing and catching a beanbag while stationary. Choose a few children to demonstrate the throwing and catching. Challenge children to throw and catch the beanbags again, varying the height of the throw, throwing it a little in front of them, throwing it and catching it while moving. Ask some children to demonstrate what (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership)
8. 8. they did. Recap Key points Cool down Numbers game 7 WALT: To be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games To explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game WILF: Use skills in different ways in different games and try and win by changing the way they use skills in response to their opponents actions Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents Warm up Numbers game/Letter game Recap: Give children a number of different targets towards which they can aim. Make sure they are different sizes and different levels. E.g. various sized cones, skittles, hoops, lines, and shapes on walls. Emphasise the importance of looking at the target when taking aim and following the movement through. Children could vary the distance to make the task easier or harder. They could rotate in groups round a series of targets. Give them a few minutes to practice aiming at each. Challenge them to hit the target three times within the given time. Game: Lily Pad Bouncers. Children remain stationary at a hoop and the ball is passed around the circle by bouncing it into the next circle. The person next to the hoop is called the bouncer and they have to catch the ball before bouncing it into the next hoop in the circle (see appendix for instructions). Cool down Sharks and Fishes Assessment: (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) Maths: (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Hula Hoops Soft Balls 8 WALT: Warm up Ask children to find a space and Assessment: Maths: Hula Hoops
9. 9. How to choose and use skills effectively for particular games To watch, copy and describe what others are doing To describe what they are doing WILF: Watch others’ movements carefully Describe what they have done or seen others doing Copy what they see and say why it is good. Recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents. sit down. How do their bodies feel – Are they cold, warm, hot? Is their heart beating slowly or quickly? Why do children think it is important to warm up their bodies? Tell children that we are going to warm up our bodies by playing (TOP Start)Beans:- Recap: Ask children to work with a partner and to throw the ball underarm for their partner to catch. Tell them to start quite close together and then to increase the distance. Does this make the task harder or easier? Remind them that the catcher must watch the ball at all times, reaching for the ball, cupping it and bringing it in towards their chest. The thrower must throw the ball so that their partner can catch it. Ask children to vary the height of the throw. If there is a wall throw the ball against it so that it bounces for their partner to catch. If not use a hoop and bounce the ball inside the hoop for their partner to catch. Challenge children to try to send the ball to their partner while they are on the move. What must they remember when doing this? Children could then work in groups of five or six. They stand in a circle and throw (Peer assessment) (Observation) (Q & A) (Summary) (scoring) (splitting groups) English: (speaking) (key words) (writing) Citizenship: (team work) (communicating as a group/ind) (leadership) Soft Balls
10. 10. the ball across the circle for another child to catch. Children could choose to catch the ball while it is still in the air or to let it bounce first. Cool down Numbers/Letter Game