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  1. 1. Course title: Athletics Year: 4 Term: Teacher: Mr Marc/Mrs Katie Lesson no. Learning Activities and Assessment Cross curr. Resources Topic objective differentiation opportunities links 1 HIGH JUMP WALT: Start to understand the basics of the high jumping. Understand how to do a scissors kit jump. WILF: Do a scissors kit to get over a flexible bar, onto the high jump mat. Warm up Tag, whilst running, then jumping with left leg, then right leg. Stretching as a group. Teach the technique of doing a scissors kick to get over the bar. Key points: i) big arch on the run up, to make sure you are side on at the mat. ii) Jump with your outside leg iii) drive up with the inside leg and swing your arms up for power. iv) Kick the inside leg over and then follow with the outside leg to end standing on the mat. Practice: Pupils practice on two mats, split into boys and girls. Reinforce the key points; and give feedback to individuals as they do a jump as to what to improve next time. Teach: Pick a pupil that is very good at the technique or demonstrate yourself, to give pupils a model to try and copy. Reinforce the key points again. 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) Flexible bar for high jump High jump mats x 2 High jump pole x 4 St. Stephen’s International School Scheme of Work
  2. 2. Practice: Pupils practice on two mats, split into boys and girls. Reinforce the key points; and give feedback to individuals as they do a jump as to what to improve next time. Move the bar up as pupils all start to clear the first height. Recap teaching points for the scissors kick in high jump
  3. 3. 2 JAVELIN WALT: Understand the technique of throwing a javelin. WILF: Pupils to throw a javelin with the basic technique. Warm up Zone ball: two zones on either side of the football field. One team tries to get the ball into the zone, with someone catching it to score a point, the other team trying to do the same in the other zone. You can only intercept the ball, not steal it. Focus on pulling throw. Explore: In groups of 2/3, one throws, then when instructed the next person collects, and gets ready to throw on the instruction to. Throw as far as you can… Teach the technique of throwing a javelin Key Points: i) It’s a pulling throw, elbow is in front of your wrist. ii) Straight arm to begin with, standing sideways. iii) As you bring the arm through, you follow through with your body, and step forward, releasing the javelin Explore: Have another go at throwing the javelin as far as you can. Add cones, where your javelin lands, you put your cone, can you beat your score last time. Recap teaching points of javelin throw. 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) Foam javelins Cones
  4. 4. Cool down to return body to pre exercise state.
  5. 5. 3 DISCUS WALT: Understand the basic technique of throwing a discus. WILF: Be able to throw the discus with a basic technique. Warm up Stuck in the mud Explore: In groups of 2/3, one throws, then when instructed the next person collects, and gets ready to throw on the instruction to. Throw as far as you can… Teach the technique of throwing a discus Key Points: i) It’s a swinging throw, swing next to your body. ii) Stand sideways, swing your arm with the discus, twist your body. iii) As you bring the arm round for the final time, your go from a low to a high position, releasing at a high point. Explore: Have another go at throwing the javelin as far as you can. Add cones, where your javelin lands, you put your cone, can you beat your score last time. Recap teaching points of javelin throw. Cool down to return body to pre exercise state. 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) Foam discus Cones
  6. 6. 4 SHOT PUT WALT: Understand the basic technique of throwing a shot put. WILF: Be able to throw the shot with a basic technique. Warm up – Throwing possession game in teams try and get the ball across the score line for a point (to warm up shoulders ready to throw) Teach the correct stance, correct way to hold the shot, (shot in neck, clean palm dirty neck, high elbow, sideways on and push!) Hip knee toe watch it go! Look at weight transfer. Develop by aim and speed in movement to throw further. Place cone where shot first lands, aim to beat your score, and others! Recap teaching points of shot put throw. 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) Tennis balls / Indoor shots
  7. 7. 5 LONG JUMP WALT: Teach basic technique for long jump. WILF: Pupils to show correct take off and 2 footed landing. Warm up to raise body temperature. Tag, only can hop, only jump and hop scotch. When caught stuck in the mud. Teach students the standing long jump technique (FOBISSEA). Have a competition with partner trying to out jump them. Look at arm movement to ensure forward momentum and talk about marking from the body part nearest take off. Develop – into a one step 1-2 footed takeoff. Driving non take off leg up for power. Develop to sand pit, look at short run up, 1 foot take off, forward momentum and landing in the pit with 2 feet. Measure. Recap the teaching points and measuring of long jump. Cool down to return body to pre exercise state. 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) Cones Tape measure Rake
  8. 8. 6 TRIPLE JUMP WALT: Teach basic technique for long jump. WILF: Pupils to show correct take off and 2 footed landing. Warm up to raise body temperature. Tag, only can hop, only jump and hop scotch. When caught stuck in the mud Teach students the standing long jump technique (FOBISSEA). Have a competition with partner trying to out jump them, out hop them, step them and then triple jump them. Look at arm movement to ensure forward momentum and talk about marking from the body part nearest take off. Develop – into a one step take off driving non take off leg up for power, leaping onto other leg and then jumping onto 2 feet like long jump. Develop to sand pit, look at short run up, 1 foot take off, hop, step, jump, forward momentum and landing in the pit with 2 feet. Measure. Recap the teaching points and measuring of long jump. Cool down to return body to pre exercise state. 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) Cones Tape measure Rake
  9. 9. 7 1500m WORLD RECORD CHALLANGE WALT: Team work, stamina and pushing to the limit. WILF: Pupils to show correct take off and 2 footed landing. Warm up to raise body temperature. Slow jog round the track , mobility and stretch. Discuss El Garuge World record 2.26 sec for 1500m. 25 lengths of the 60m track. Split class into groups of 5/6 and run as relay. Once rested and had water pick 8 strongest and fittest students to really go for the record. All class re-do it too. Discuss fitness, David Beckham running 7-8000m every game. What can they do to improve there fitness? Cool down to return body to pre exercise state. 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) Stopwatch
  10. 10. 8 MINI OLYMPICS WALT: Assessment Lesson. WILF: Assess pupils in a game situation Warm up to raise body temperature and introduce the basic skill of badminton. Explain the Olympics structure: 4/5 in a team, each team will do a certain event and record their scores. Once completed, they move onto the next station. Events: i) Shot Putt ii) Javelin iii) Discuss iv) 60m Sprint v) 200m Run Recap all the skills learnt thus far Cool down and recap all work covered in the unit. 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) Foam Discuss Foam Shot Putt Foam Javelin Cones

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