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DEMONSTRATION OF TEACHING 
GAMES FOR UNDERSTANDING IN 
NET-WALL GAMES 
SUFFOLK ZONE APHERD 2014 
SUFFOLK ZONE, NY 
NOVEMBE...
WHAT IS THE BIG IDEA? 
Development of Deep Understanding 
That can be transferred to other games
Content is Focused on Tactical 
Problems—Then Technique!
Tactical Problems 
• Placement 
• Consistency 
• Positioning 
• 4 R’s: Read, React, Respond, Recover (Hopper, 2003)
Questioning as Teaching 
• What do you? (TACTICAL AWARENESS) 
• How do you? (SKILL & MOVEMENT) 
• When is the best time to...
The Keep Up Game (see Hopper, 2003) 
• Play 1 x 1 in one badminton service box 
• Ball has to stay in the air 
• Ball has ...
Assessment 
Assessment
References 
Griffin, L., Mitchell, and Oslin. (2003). Sport 
foundations for elementary physical education. 
Human Kinetic...
Teaching Games for Understanding: Net and Wall Games Lesson Demonstration
Teaching Games for Understanding: Net and Wall Games Lesson Demonstration
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Teaching Games for Understanding: Net and Wall Games Lesson Demonstration

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Teaching Games for Understanding: Net and Wall Games Lesson Demonstration

  1. 1. DEMONSTRATION OF TEACHING GAMES FOR UNDERSTANDING IN NET-WALL GAMES SUFFOLK ZONE APHERD 2014 SUFFOLK ZONE, NY NOVEMBER 4, 2014 Dr. Stephen Harvey West Virginia University, WV, USA
  2. 2. WHAT IS THE BIG IDEA? Development of Deep Understanding That can be transferred to other games
  3. 3. Content is Focused on Tactical Problems—Then Technique!
  4. 4. Tactical Problems • Placement • Consistency • Positioning • 4 R’s: Read, React, Respond, Recover (Hopper, 2003)
  5. 5. Questioning as Teaching • What do you? (TACTICAL AWARENESS) • How do you? (SKILL & MOVEMENT) • When is the best time to? (TIME) • Where is / can? (SPACE) • Which choice? (RISK/SAFETY)
  6. 6. The Keep Up Game (see Hopper, 2003) • Play 1 x 1 in one badminton service box • Ball has to stay in the air • Ball has to be tossed above head height per possession • If ball lands on floor in quadrant or out of quadrant = point is over and awarded to respective player
  7. 7. Assessment Assessment
  8. 8. References Griffin, L., Mitchell, and Oslin. (2003). Sport foundations for elementary physical education. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL. Slade, D. (2010). Transforming play: Teaching tactics and game sense. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL.

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