Year 7 Physical Education
|No of lessons||6|
|When is it happening||Term 3 Year 7|
|What will students learn||
Students must develop their ability to perform rounders related skills such as catching, fielding techniques, bowling, batting, tactics related to bowling and implementing these skills in a game situation. Students will also develop the knowledge and understanding of the basic rules of the game (e.g. how can the fielding team get a batter out/how can a batter score a rounder/ developing a deeper more cemented understanding of the rules of the game) Students will develop their communication, teamwork and leadership skills through a series of different activities.
Students will also develop an understanding for tactics related to bowling such as bowling at a different speed, bowling at a different height, bowling so that the backstop can catch the ball to throw to first and get the batter out
|Key Knowledge that students should know at the end of 'Topic'||This is the knowledge that students will meet for the first time in this topic||
Explore the origin of rounders. Develop an understanding of the health benefits playing rounders has physically, mentally and socially. How skills can be learnt and transferred into other sports and everyday life, these will not just be physical skills such as striking and fielding but social skills such as communicating, leading, problem solving and working collaboratively as a team. Students will develop and refine rounders specific skills such as ball familiarisation and catching, fielding techniques, spin bowling, Batting and how to implement these skills into a competitive game. Batting and fielding tactics will also be analysed throughout their time at SJT with the focus in year 7 being bowling tactics and how to implement these into gameplay to outwit the batter.
|This is knowledge that students may have met before but will need to deepen their understanding||
Students will have knowledge to name and explain areas on the pitch and basic rules e.g. lines, bases, batting square, bowling box. Students will understand game rules such as scoring runs, bowling, how to get the opposition out etc.
Students will have knowledge to name and explain techniques and skills such as how to throw the ball, catching the ball, spin bowling , fielding techniques how to hold the bat and the batting stance. If students cannot retrieve the knowledge physically then they should be able to recite how to perform the skill verbally or when the skill may be performed. Students will have knowledge of basic tactics of fielding strategies, game tactics and understand and explain when might you use different bowling, batting, fielding strategies.
|Key Skills that students should be able to demonstrate at the end of 'Topic'||This is the skills that students will meet for the first time in this topic||Students will undergo a variety of practices focussing on rounders skills which will able them to perform key skills used in the sport such as throwing the ball, catching the ball, spin bowling , fielding techniques, how to hold the bat and batting stance. Students will also implement these skills into a competitive situation. Students will be involved in isolated practices which will force the skill development and partake in a variety of paired and group practices. This competition will force the students to work under pressure and develop their skill set to a higher ability. Students will acquire knowledge through participating in practices, watching and performing in demonstrations, using task cards and analysing video footage.|
|This is skills that students may have met before but will need to develop||
Students will develop skills and techniques of throwing the ball, catching the ball, spin bowling , fielding techniques, how to hold the bat and the batting stance in a competitive environment. Students will develop and implement knowledge of rounders rules and regulations through playing, coaching and umpiring. Students will develop qualities such as independency, communication (speaking and listening), leadership, teamwork, fair play and resilience. Students will be able to demonstrate and develop skills in isolated practices, small sided practices and larger games.
|Key vocabulary that students should know and understand||
Catching, fielding techniques, bowling, batting, tactics.
|The Big Question||What are the three stages of a warm-up?|
Key questions that students should be able to answer at the end of the 'Topic'
|Why do we warm up?|
|What are the teaching points for an over arm throw in rounders?|
|What are the teaching points for catching the ball?|
|What are the teaching points for bowling the ball?|
|What are the different ways you can get a batter out?|
|What are the teaching points for correctly holding the rounders bat?|
|How do you get a player out in rounders?|
|Why do bowlers change pace with their delivery?|
|What is a no ball? How does this effect the scoring system?|
|How can you improve the strength of your team thinking tactically?|
|What happens if a batter his the ball backwards?|
|Why do you need to know the areas of play? For example bowling square, batting box, pitch lines? If you do not know or understand these what can happen?|