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IES Maria Rubies Lleida
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Activity 4 Main Part: Activity Skills: Bowling, batting, passing, catching and fielding Speaking support: Using body language and demonstration Interaction Procedure PE language Teams Whole class Explain the Activity Cricket rehearsal to the SS Divide the class into two teams. Draw a little cricket pitch on the floor and provide all the equipment.( Stumps, bails, bat and ball) Name the Ss depending on their function in the field (Batsman, bowlers, wicket keepers, fielders ) and put them in the right position. Ss rehearse the game in order to check the rules and introduce new one.Cricket rehearsal Tell the Ss more information about cricket and ask some of the question on the right: Test cricket is a game that is played over two innings. The aim of the batting team is to score runs while the aim of the fielding team is to get ten people out and close the batting team’s innings. Once the first team is out the second team goes into batting. If it possible Ss can watch the video on T Monitors and points out the language Ss may use. Teacher’s comments (Students may also use this): Is this the right position for a fielder? (Bowler, batsman, wicketkeeper..) What do I have to do? You have to spread over the field You have to hit the ball in order to … You have to catch the ball as fast as possible and pass it to the wicketkeeper How long could a cricket game be? How many points do you score when batting out of the boundaries? How many points do you score when running? What does the WK have to do when he catches the ball?
What does Cricket mean? Could you tell me what Cricket is? From the French Little piece of wood
Some Lacrosse facts Lacrosse originated with the Native Americans of the and, mainly among the Huron and Iroquois often as a part of religious ritual in order to resolve conflicts, heal the sick and prepare for war. Legend tells of games with more than 1000 players from different tribes taking turns to play. It could be played on a field many miles in length and width; sometimes the game could last several days. Early lacrosse balls were made of deerskin, clay, stone, and sometimes wood. Lacrosse played a significant role in the community and religious life of tribes across the continent for many years. Lacrosse may have developed as early as the 12th century and since then it has undergone many modifications. The French Jesuit missionary, Jean de Brébeuf, saw Iroquois tribesmen play it in 1637 and he was the first European to write about the game. He called it lacrosse. Nowadays the sport has gained increasing visibility in the media, with a growth of college, high school, and youth programmes throughout the country. The owners of Canadian hockey arenas invented a reduced version of the game, called box lacrosse, it is an indoor version of the game played by teams of six players. A match consists of four fifteen-minute quarters. The goals in box lacrosse are the same goals that in ice hockey. Activity 1 Reading/Writing skills Objective: Understanding the rules of lacrosse Fill in the gaps using information from the Ppt and the text above. Text The sport of lacrosse comes from a ritual game played by……………………………………. Box lacrosse is a ……………………….. version of field lacrosse. Teams have ……….players. The game is four parts of ……………. minutes. The game is played with a kind of stick with a net at one end called …………….. Players have to take control of the ball and pass it in order to try to …………… in the opponent’s goal. It is a fast and aggressive game where the ……………… with the ball carrier is permitted. The winner is the team that gets more goals by the end of the match.
Games and Activities Unit 2 Hit! Star-wars Dodgeball Rules Diagram Divide the class into two groups each group has a ball They can’t run with the ball but can pass the ball to their partners Each team tries to hit the opponents with the ball If a player is hit below the waist, they sit on the floor. Each team has a secret JEDI that can save his sitting team mates by tagging them. each team tries to guess who the JEDI is in order to hit him The team that makes all the opponents sit wins Place: Gym Equipment: 2 Dodge balls jedi