Presentation on theme: "Individual/Dual sports/Skill development Topics: Sports that include a variety oh health related components of fitness Rules and safety Skill cues Offense."— Presentation transcript:
Individual/Dual sports/Skill development Topics: Sports that include a variety oh health related components of fitness Rules and safety Skill cues Offense /defense strategies Modified games Skill development Opportunities to participate outside of class
Health Related Fitness Body composition- a ratio of body fat relative to other body tissues Cardiovascular Endurance- a measure of the hearts ability to efficiently deliver oxygen through the blood to the other muscles in order to maintain vigorous exercise Flexibility- the ability to use one’s joints fully in order to prevent muscle injury Muscular Endurance- the ability of muscles to exercise many times without getting tired Muscular Strength- the amount of force put forth by a muscle or muscle group.
Examples of health related components of fitness Cardiorespiratory endurance-jogging, swimming, cycling, roller blading Flexibility-stretching
Muscular strength- Max bench press, one squat, 1leg press. Muscular endurance- the most amount of sit – ups in one minute, performing lifting weights for a period of time.
Body composition BMI, body fat skinfold test, Hydrostatic Weighing
Skill Related Fitness Agility - the ability to change directions quickly Balance - the ability to remain upright while standing still or moving Coordination - Coordination is the ability to use the body parts and senses together to produce smooth efficient movements. Power - the ability to do strength performances quickly Reaction time- the amount of time it takes to get moving Speed - the ability to perform a specific movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
Examples of skill related components of fitness Speed- sprinting in races, when playing golf, the speed of your arms and upper body in creating the swing are vital in driving the ball over a long distance.
Balance Gymnastics, ballet, and also contact sports where having good balance may prevent you being tackled to the floor!
Agility- shuttle run, dodging tackles, moving in tennis/badminton
Coordination hand-eye coordination in racket sports and the co-ordination to use the opposite arm and leg when sprinting
Power a sprint start, a shot-put or javelin throw, long- jump, or broad jump/vertical jump
Reaction time responding to the gun at the start of a race, but also a goalkeeper saving a penalty, a badminton player reacting to a smash shot, or swing a baseball bat to hit the ball.
Individual sports-Can you list some? fencing Boxing- muscular and cardiovascular endurance, Body composition Archery- hand to eye coordination, upper body strength Badminton-hand/eye coordination, footwork-agility Bowling-balance Cycling-balance, cardio endurance Golf-hand/eye coordination Pickleball-hand/eye coordination Racquetball - hand/eye coordination Tennis- hand/eye coordination, cardio endurance Crossfit-all health and skill related components of fitness Track and field-some events-high jump
Skill development Learning cues- projects a clear description of a skill component into the students mind. – Enhance learner memory-(cookies) – Compresses information – Focus on one specific component of skill-follow through – Motivates to develop and refine skills Skill progression-starting with easier skills, and working up to harder skills - learn fundamentals and practice, practice, practice! Modified games/small groups 3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5 will allow for more touches on the ball-more practice, limits down time and standing around.
Opportunities outside of school Intramurals/athletics-25 hours of various sports Community parks and recreation – Little/senior/pony tail leagues – Pop warner football, Club soccer – gymnastics – Dance, cheerleading – Fitness-5ks to triathlons, swim clubs, bike clubs – Practicing at home use the tools provided from PE and practice them at home – High schools offer around 25 sports for boys and girls ( weightlifting, bowling, tennis, softball/baseball, track and field, lacrosse, etc.)