Presentation on theme: "Individual/Dual sports/Skill development"— Presentation transcript:
1Individual/Dual sports/Skill development Topics:Sports that include a variety oh health related components of fitnessRules and safetySkill cuesOffense /defense strategiesModified gamesSkill developmentOpportunities to participate outside of class
2Health Related Fitness Body composition- a ratio of body fat relative to other body tissuesCardiovascular Endurance- a measure of the hearts ability to efficiently deliver oxygen through the blood to the other muscles in order to maintain vigorous exerciseFlexibility- the ability to use one’s joints fully in order to prevent muscle injuryMuscular Endurance- the ability of muscles to exercise many times without getting tiredMuscular Strength- the amount of force put forth by a muscle or muscle group.
3Examples of health related components of fitness Cardiorespiratory endurance-jogging, swimming, cycling, roller bladingFlexibility-stretching
4Muscular 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.
5Body compositionBMI, body fat skinfold test, Hydrostatic Weighing
6Skill Related FitnessAgility- the ability to change directions quicklyBalance- the ability to remain upright while standing still or movingCoordination- Coordination is the ability to use the body parts and senses together to produce smooth efficient movements.Power- the ability to do strength performances quicklyReaction time- the amount of time it takes to get movingSpeed- the ability to perform a specific movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
7Examples 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.
8BalanceGymnastics, ballet, and also contact sports where having good balance may prevent you being tackled to the floor!
9Agility- shuttle run, dodging tackles, moving in tennis/badminton
10Coordinationhand-eye coordination in racket sports and the co-ordination to use the opposite arm and leg when sprinting
11Powera sprint start, a shot-put or javelin throw, long-jump, or broad jump/vertical jump
12Reaction timeresponding 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.
13Individual sports-Can you list some? fencingBoxing- muscular and cardiovascular endurance, Body compositionArchery- hand to eye coordination, upper body strengthBadminton-hand/eye coordination, footwork-agilityBowling-balanceCycling-balance, cardio enduranceGolf-hand/eye coordinationPickleball-hand/eye coordinationRacquetball - hand/eye coordinationTennis- hand/eye coordination, cardio enduranceCrossfit-all health and skill related components of fitnessTrack and field-some events-high jump
14Skill developmentLearning cues- projects a clear description of a skill component into the students mind.Enhance learner memory-(cookies)Compresses informationFocus on one specific component of skill-follow throughMotivates to develop and refine skillsSkill progression-starting with easier skills, and working up to harder skills- learn fundamentals and practice, practice, practice!Modified games/small groups3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5 will allow for more touches on the ball-more practice, limits down time and standing around.
15Opportunities outside of school Intramurals/athletics-25 hours of various sportsCommunity parks and recreationLittle/senior/pony tail leaguesPop warner football, Club soccergymnasticsDance, cheerleadingFitness-5ks to triathlons, swim clubs, bike clubsPracticing at homeuse the tools provided from PE and practice them at homeHigh schools offer around 25 sports for boys and girls( weightlifting, bowling, tennis, softball/baseball, track and field, lacrosse, etc.)