3 Instruction in International Style Target Archery An Archery education program that was started in Kentucky in 2002 and spreading throughout the United StatesPhysical Education Curriculum for fourth through twelfth grade studentsInstruction in International Style Target ArcheryFollows National Physical Education Standards
4 National Standards: of Physical Education 1. Uses a variety of basic and advanced movement forms(NPH.K-12.1)2. Uses movement concepts and principles in thedevelopment of motor skills (NPH.K-12.2)3. Understands the benefits and costs associated withparticipation in a physical activity. Exhibits andphysically healthy lifestyle. (NPH.K-12.3)4. Understands how to monitor and maintain a health enhancing level of physical fitness (NPH.K-12.4)5. Understands the social and personal responsibilityassociated with participation in physical activity(NPH.K-12.5)
5 Archery Range Rules Know and obey all range commands and instructors. Always keep your arrows in your quivers until told to shoot with the “one whistle” command.Only use the arrows your instructor gave you. Remember what they look like.Always keep your arrows pointed down to the floor or at the target.Only aim and shoot at your target downrange.If you drop an arrow, leave it on the ground until you are told toretrieve all your arrows.Always walk on the archery range.Always be courteous to the shooter next to you.Stand behind the waiting line when you are finished or not shooting.Only one archer may retrieve their arrows from the target at a time.Be sure no one is behind you when removing your arrows.Walk back to the waiting line and return your arrows to your quivers after retrieving them.SAFETY IS ALWAYS FIRST PRIORITY!
8 Establishing Eye Dominance Pointing and Winking:Pointing at the Instructor:
9 Whistle Commands Two Blasts – One Blast – Three Blasts – “Archers may walk to the shooting line.”One Blast –“Archers may load their bows and begin shooting.”Three Blasts –“Archers may walk to the target line to retrieve arrows.”Five or More Blasts –“STOP SHOOTING and put your arrow back in your quiver.”
10 11 STEPS TO ARCHERY SUCCESS FORMStance:Nock Arrow:Drawing Hand Set:Bow Hand Set:SHOT EXECUTIONPre-Draw:Draw:Anchor:Aiming:Shot Set-Up:Release:Follow-Through/Reflection: