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Chapter 24 Kicking and Punting. Chapter 24 Key Points Kicking Requires accuracy, body control, point of contact, force and direction Provide a variety.

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1 Chapter 24 Kicking and Punting

2 Chapter 24 Key Points Kicking Requires accuracy, body control, point of contact, force and direction Provide a variety of kicking opportunities to develop foundation of kicking skills for use in various games

3 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking Precontrol Level Tasks Children need practice opportunities: In simply making contact with a stationary ball Tapping ball while moving behind it Exploration activities should include: Use of a variety of balls Kicking at large targets for fun Approaching and kicking a stationary ball

4 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Control Level Tasks Develop tasks that help children: Make consistent contact with ball Kick for accuracy Kick in different directions and various speeds Kick with a partner Contact the ball with different parts of the foot.

5 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Utilization Level Tasks Focus on accuracy and control in more complex dynamic situations Tasks can involve kicking for accuracy and distance Should be enjoyable challenges involving performing skills on the move and in relation to an opponent

6 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Proficiency Level Tasks Involve game situation with large number of players, requiring understanding of complex relationships and strategic developments (offense and defense concepts) Box 24-2 and Box 24-3 indicate key observation points for correct/incorrect kicking forms which can be used to evaluate students’ developmental level and used as basis for selecting appropriate instructional tasks Progression spiral suggests a sequence for developing kicking

7 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Activities found in text Identifies Tasks Identifies Challenges Assessment ideas found throughout chapter

8 Chapter 24 Key Points Punting Is the skill of kicking a ball that has been released from the hands, while it is still in the air A difficult skill requiring the coordination of various body movements Introduced only after children have practiced other kicking skills

9 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting Precontrol Level Tasks Enjoyable exploration experiences in contacting lightweight balls with the foot, both after bounce and before it reaches ground Provide experiences where children toss ball up and attempt to make contact with ball, after it bounce, with knee or leg rather than foot

10 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Control Level Tasks Provide opportunities to practice punting for distance, height and accuracy using different balls Should help children Consistently make contact with ball Drop ball rather toss it Move to make contact with the ball

11 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Utilization Level Tasks Involve combining punting with other factors such as: Partner relationships Time limits Accuracy Dynamic Situations

12 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Proficiency Level Tasks Involve practice in unpredictable, dynamic situations Used in game situations that involve Traveling Complex relationships Punting for accuracy and distance

13 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Key Observation points in Box indicate correct/incorrect punting forms which can be used to evaluate students’ developmental level and used as basis for selecting appropriate instructional tasks Progression spiral suggests a sequence for developing punting

14 Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Activities found in text Identifies Tasks Identifies Challenges Assessment ideas found throughout chapter

15 Progression Spiral for the Skill Theme of Kicking PROFICIENCY LEVEL Playing Cone Soccer Playing Alley Soccer Playing Soccer Keep ‑ Away Playing Minisoccer Kicking at a moving target Kicking at small stationary targets UTILIZATION LEVEL Playing two ‑ on ‑ one soccer Passing to a partner in general space Kicking to a traveling partner Kicking to a partner from various angles Playing Soccer Golf Playing one ‑ on ‑ one soccer Traveling and kicking for a goal Performing a continuous tap/dribble and change of direction Changing directions: tap/dribble CONTROL LEVEL Keeping It Perfect: Zero, Zero Dribbling around stationary obstacles Traveling in pathways Starting and stopping Tapping the ball along the ground (soccer dribble) Kicking to a partner Kicking a rolling ball from a stationary position Kicking to targets Kicking to a distance zone Kicking for distance Kicking in the air Kicking on the ground PRECONTROL LEVEL Tapping the ball (as in soccer) Approaching a stationary ball and kicking Kicking at large targets Kicking a stationary ball from a stationary position

16 Progression Spiral for the Skill Theme of Punting PROFICIENCY LEVEL Playing Punt ‑ Over Punting while traveling Receiving and punting against opponents UTILIZATION LEVEL Playing Rush the Circle Punting within a limited time Receiving a pass, then punting Punting to a partner Punting at angles CONTROL LEVEL Punting for height Punting for accuracy Using punting zones Punting for distance Punting different types of balls Punting with an approach Punting over low ropes Punting for consistency PRECONTROL LEVEL Dropping and punting Dropping, bouncing, and kicking lightweight balls


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