Different TacticsActivity: badminton doublesOwn weakness: backhandshotsTactic: Opponent kept playingthe shuttle to my backhandand because it was poor I keptreturning it into the net, losingus points. Q. What could you do to avoid this happening?
Different TacticsActivity: 800mOwn Strength: strong sprint finishTactic: I stayed behind my opponent until the last 100m then performed a strong sprint finish and beat opponent to the line to win.Opponents Strength: Strong sprint finishShe had a faster sprint finish and crossed the line first, winning the race. Q. What would you do differently now?
Different TacticsActivity: GymnasticsOwn strength: back sommersaultTactic: To perform the back sommersault at the end of my routine to finish with something special.Own weakness: StaminaEffect on performance: By the time I performed my sequence I was so tired and couldn’t land the sommersault correctly. Q. How could you change your tactic to make it work?
Different TacticsActivity: BasketballOpponents team weakness: shooting from long rangeOpponents Strength: shooting close & lay upsQ. What tactic should your own team use? Man to Man Marking or Zone Defence??
Different TacticsActivity: badminton singlesOpponents Weakness: StaminaQ. What is your tactic going to be?AND what would be your strength??
Width in AttackHaving attacking players spread across the width of the playing areaWhy use width in attack?• To pull defenders out wide and create space for play in the middle• It allows your team to get crosses/shots in from the wings
Depth in AttackPlayers spreading out the length of the area. A 2nd attacker moving in front/behind the 1st attacker to support themWhy? More passing options available and provides support on the furthest player forward
Depth in DefenceA 2nd defender moves behind the first line of defence.Why?If the attackers on the other team manage to get past the first line of defence there is cover/support if they are beaten.
Delay in DefencePlayer puts pressure on the ball carrier to provide more time for team mates to re organise
Communication is Key in TacticsVerbal and non verbal communication skills:• Respond to spoken instructions and advice from the coach or other players.• Hand signal (raising arm to the side) can work better than calling for the ball as opponents are unaware of non verbal signals.Why is communication important?• Alert team mates, encourage, motivate and pass on information/change of tactic.
Credit Question 2009 Q8A(i) What is meant by depth in attack? (2 marks)(ii) What is meant by width in attack? (2 marks)(iii) Give one benefit of using width when attacking? (1 mark)BDepth in attack can be important in attacking tactics.Choose a team activity where you used attacking tactics.Team activity: Football(i) Describe the attacking tactic you used where depth in attack was important? (2 marks)(ii) Explain why depth in attack may be beneficial when performing this tactic? (2 marks)
AnswersB (i)Q. Describe the attacking tactic you used where depth in attack was important? (2 marks)A. We got the ball to the goal line and cut the ball backB(ii)Q. Explain why depth in attack may be beneficial when performing this tactic? (2 marks)A. Our midfielders were able to move onto the cut-backs to get a shot at goalORA. The defence found it difficult to cover our players moving onto the ball