Thursday, 23 March 2017

PHYS.ED.Overview for Term 3 2017

Foundation Band(Rs)-students will develop and practice Fundamental movement skills through active play and structured movement activities.
Focus areas
1.Completing and assessing achievement in throwing underarm.
2.Kicking a large ball with the dominant foot.
3.Kicking a large ball for accuracy.
4.Start striking
Years 1&2 Band-students will build on the previous learning of the FMS and further develop them through active play and minor games.
Focus areas
1. Complete the FMS of throwing over arm for accuracy and distance,stressing the correct technique
2. Begin the FMS of kicking. 
Years 3&4 band-students will build on previous learning in movement to help develop greater proficiency across the range of FMS through modified sports.
1.Complete and assess the modified sport of Newcombe Ball.
2.Learn about and play modified Australian Rules football.
3.Playing fairly and show good sportsmanship.
Years 4 & year 4/5 classes- because of the class structures these classes will be doing some work in the 5/6 band with some compromises-students will refine and develop a wide range of FMS in more complex movement patterns.
1.Complete and assess the sport of Sofcrosse
2.Learn about & play the sport of Ultimate Frisbee (year 4) and Badminton (year 4/5)
3.Stressing playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship.
-the year 4/5 class activities will be adjusted to suit their development.
Year 5/6 band- students refine and further develop a wide range of FMS in more complex movement patterns & situations.
1.Complete & assess the major sport of Sofcrosse. 
2. We will learn about the major sport of Badminton. 
3.Stressing playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship and acceptable participation.

Skillantics is continuing in small groups,for years 2&3 and for students who need extra assistance in the curriculum.

Monday, 15 August 2016

PHYS.ED.Overview for Term 3 2016

Foundation Band(Rs)-students will develop and practice Fundamental movement skills through active play and structured movement activities.
Focus areas
1.Completing and assessing achievement in throwing underarm.
2.Kicking a large ball with the dominant foot.
3.Kicking a large ball for accuracy.
4.Start striking
Years 1&2 Band-students will build on the previous learning of the FMS and further develop them through active play and minor games.
Focus areas
1. Complete the FMS of throwing over arm for accuracy and distance,stressing the correct technique
2. Bush Dancing
Years 3&4 band-students will build on previous learning in movement to help develop greater proficiency across the range of FMS through modified sports.
1.Complete and assess the modified sport of Newcombe Ball.
2.Learn about and play modified Australian Rules football.One year 3/4 class will be doing Basketball with the North Adelaide Rockets.
3.Playing fairly and show good sportsmanship.
Years 4/5 & 5 classes- because of the class structures these classes will be doing some work in the 5/6 band with some compromises-students will refine and develop a wide range of FMS in more complex movement patterns.
1.Complete and assess the sport of Sofcrosse
2.Learn about & play the sport of Basketball with the North Adelaide Rockets.
3.Stressing playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship.
-the year 4/5 class activities will be adjusted to suit their development.
Year 5/6 band- students refine and further develop a wide range of FMS in more complex movement patterns & situations.
1.Complete & assess the major sport of Badminton.
2.Participate in learning  about Basketball with the North Adelaide Rockets.
3.Stressing playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship and acceptable participation.

Skillantics is continuing in small groups,for years 2&3 and years 4&5 for students who need extra assistance in the curriculum.


Monday, 23 May 2016

Phys.Ed.Overview.Term2 2016.

  Foundation Band(reception year) - students will develop and practice Fundamental Movement Skills through active play and structured movement activities.
The focus areas this term will be 
1.Throwing underarm a large ball with two hands accurately
2.Throwing underarm different objects with one hand accurately
3.Catching
Years 1 & 2 Band- students will build on the the learning of the Foundation Band and further develop their Fundamental Movement Skills through active play and minor games.
The focus areas this term will be
1.Complete the FMS of ball control
2.Throwing underarm 
3.Throwing over arm for accuracy and distance
4.Start the skills of kicking
Years 3 & 4 Band -students will build on previous learning in movement to help develop greater proficiency across the range of FMS through modified sport
The focus areas this term will be
1.Comlete the modified sport of Floor Hockey
2.Learn about and play the modified sport of Newcombe Ball
3.Playing fairly and showing good team skills
Years 4/5 & year 5 classes are for convenience are working in the year 5 & 6 band - students refine and further develop a wide range of FMS in more complex movement patterns.
The focus areas this term will be
1.Comlete and assess modified volleyball
2.Learn about  and play the sport of Sofcrosse- a modified version of Lacrosse
3.Playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship
the year 4/5 class activities will be modified to suit their skills
Years 5 & 6 Band- two classes
1.Finish the sport of Volleyball and confidently demonstrate the skills
2.Learn and play the sport of Badminton 
3.Playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship

Throughout this term our warm ups will be FITNESS orientated activities

Sunday, 14 February 2016

Phys.Ed.Overview Term 1, 2016

From this year 2016 Phys.Ed will be based on the Australian Curriculum.It is divided into the following bands.
1) Foundation band -Reception 
2) Yr 1 & 2 band
3) Yr2 & 3 band
4) Yr 5 & 6 band.Some classes straddle the bands so some adaptations will be made.
TERM 1
Foundation band focus
1)to develop and practice the fundamental movement skill of Ball Control through active play and structured movement activities.
2)We will also be practicing sports day skills which has a number of fundamental movement skills in the events.
Year 1 & 2 band focus 
1)to broaden the range and complexity of the fundamental movement skills of Ball Control-individually,in groups and in teams.
2) Practicing Sports Day activities,the yr 3 s will be doing the Primary events.
Year 3 & 4 band focus
1)to build on previous learning  in movement  across the range of fundamental movement skills.Students will combine movements to create more complicated movement patterns and sequences.We are currently building on the fundamental movement skill of striking by learning the game of Floor Hockey.
2)We will also be working to better our Sports Day skills.
Year 5 & 6 band focus.
1)Further developing a wide range of fundamental skills in more complex movement patterns and situations through participating in games and sports.At the moment we are learning about the major sport of Volleyball.
2)We will also be looking at refining our Sports Day skills.
SKILLANTICS
This is a program were students who need that little bit of extra confidence in Phys.Ed. are able to do so in a small group,less threatening environment.It is available for yrs 2/3 & yrs 4/5.
In a nutshell Phys.Ed. is all about giving students the skills and enjoyment of being involved in physical activity throughout their lives.
                                             L.Halliday (P.E.)

Saturday, 1 August 2015

Term 3 Overview of R - 5/6 Phys.Ed

Reception (Foundation band)

Learning the Fundamental Movement Skills
Focus Areas 

1. Throwing skills (cont.d)

  • Underarm with two hands (using a large ball) 
  • Underarm with one hand at targets
  • Have a go at overarm throwing 
2. Striking 

  • One handed using a hand bat
  • One handed from a Tee with a padda tennis bat
  • Two handed hit from a Tee e.g. Kanga bat, foam T ball bat 

Years 1&2 Band

Focus Areas 
Continue the fundamental movement skills through active play and minor games of skills 
1. Kicking (continued from last term)
The year 2/3s which overlap the bands are continuing the fundamental movement skill of throwing

  • A large ball from the ground
  • Punt kicking a large ball 
  • Punt kicking a football 
2. Dance 
  • Australian Bush Dancing

Years 3&4 Band

Building on previous learning of movement to develop greater proficiency across the range of fundamental movement skills in Modified Sport 

Focus Areas

1. Continuing modified Australian rules football 

2. Modified Field Hockey 

Years 5&6 Band 

Students refine and further develop a wide range of fundamental movement skills in more complex movement patterns i.e. Major Sports 
*Years 4/5, 5 & 5/6s. The 4/5 class overlap the bands, they will have a slightly different program 

Focus Areas

Year 4/5s

 1. G.L.O. games (Games of Low Organisation) where students participate in modified sports which emphasize cooperation in small and large groups. 

2. Basketball with North Adelaide Rockets


Year 5s 

1. Continue with badminton 

2. Basketball  with North Adelaide Rockets 


Year 5/6s 

1. Sofcrosse 

2. Table Tennis 

With only one 45 minute lesson a week it is probable that Sofcrosse will take up most of the term.












Thursday, 23 April 2015

Term 2 Overview,Phys.Ed.

Reception (Foundation Band)

  • re-enforcing procedures for safe and efficient lessons
  • develop and practice fundamental movement skills through active play and structured movement activities.
Focus Areas
1.LOCOMOTION

  • running
  • horizontal jumping
  • hopping
  • following rules when participating in activities & co-operating with others
2. BALL CONTROL

  • bouncing a large ball with two hands
  • continuous bouncing using one hand
  • dribbling with the feet
  • following rules when participating in activities and co-operating with others
Years 1&2 Band

  • building on the skills learnt in the reception yrs
  • completing the fundamental movement skills of ball control(from term 1)
Focus Areas
1.THROWING  through active play & minor games

  • rolling a ball underarms
  • underarm throwing
  • over-arm throwing
  • identify rules & playing fairly when participating in activities


2. KICKING  through active play &minor games
  • a large ball at a target(from the ground)
  • punt kicking a large ball(footballs&around balls)
  • punt kicking for accuracy
  • identify rules & playing fairly when participating in activities
Years 3 & 4 band
  • Building on previous learning in movement to help students develop greater proficiency across the range of fundamental skills in MODIFIED SPORT
Focus Areas
1.Newcombe Ball (a modified form of Volleyball)
  • chest passing a volleyball over a 2 metre high net
  • catching the volleyball with two hands
  • participating in small & large group pre- game skill activities
  • playing & understanding the rules of the game
  • playing fairly & showing good team skills
2.Modified Football


  • kicking a held football   
  • marking a football(chest mark and overhead mark)
  • hand balling & bouncing  a football
  • participating in group pre- game activities
  • playing & understanding  the rules of the game & playing fairly
  • good team skills
Years 4/5,5 & some yr6 's
Students refine and further develop a wide range of fundamental movement skills in more complex movement patterns
1.Sofcrosse
  • holding a sofcrosse stick correctly,scooping up the ball,throwing & catching the sofcrosse ball
  • participating in lead - up activities co - operatively
  • confidently demonstrating the skills 
  • understanding the rules and playing fairly,having a go
2.Badminton
  • holding the racquet correctly & practicing hitting a shuttle in flight
  • forehand, backhand, serving and overhead shots
  • playing mini- matches & understanding the rules
  • confidently demonstrating the skills
  • playing fairly
- the yr 4/5 lessons will be adapted significantly to suit their skills.













    


Sunday, 8 February 2015