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YEAR 8 & 9 NETBALL

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Rebecca Caisley

on 30 September 2015

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Transcript of YEAR 8 & 9 NETBALL

LESSON 1
NETBALL
WARM UP
What types of fitness do you think you need to play Netball at a high level?
EXTENSION:
EXPLAIN why you have chosen that type of fitness.
Understand and apply the rules of footwork
LESSON OBJECTIVE
LESSON OUTCOMES:
GOOD LEARNING -
You can perform the correct footwork when receiving the ball and
CONSISTENTLY
identify your landing foot
(LEVEL 4)
GREAT LEARNING -
You can pivot correctly, keeping your balance whilst holding the ball
(LEVEL 4)
EVEN BETTER LEARNING:

You can pivot
in the air
and then deliver an ACCURATE pass in a NON-COMPETITIVE situation
(LEVEL 5)
LESSON TWO
WARM UP:
How many different types of passes do you see in this video?
EXTENSION:
where do they use them?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Select and perform the most appropriate pass dependent on the situation.
GOOD LEARNING:
You can perform FOUR types of passes ACCURATELY SOME of the time however you
SOMETIMES
drop the ball
(Level 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You select the correct pass for the situation, passing ACCURATELY
MOST
of the time and you
RARELY
drop the ball
stationary and on the move
.
(Level 5)

EVEN BETTER:
You can
CONSISTENTLY
pass with
ACCURACY
whilst being put under pressure in a game situation. You
CONSISTENTLY
catch on the move.
(Level 6)
LESSON 2
CHANGING CHALLENGE:
How do both teams escape their defenders?
EXTENSION:
What skills from other games can we transfer to Netball?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Create space by demonstrating ATTACKING techniques.
GOOD LEARNING:
you can explain the differences between the types of dodge and perform them correctly.
(Level 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
you can use dodging EFFECTIVELY to get away from your partner.
(Level 5)

EVEN BETTER:
You can dodge effectively
CONSISTENTLY
in a game situation and CREATE SPACE
(Level 6)
LESSON 4:
C
HANGING
C
HALLENGE:
What do all these images have in common?
EXTENSION: What is today's lesson about?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Use space to increase opportunities for attack.
GOOD LEARNING:
You understand how to get into space and the importance of using dodges and getting into space You know and understand how to get into space and the importance of using dodges and getting into space
(Level 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You understand the tactic behind BANDING when building an attack
(Level 5)

EVEN BETTER LEARNING:
You use imagination and creativity to complete the correct banding using changes in speed, fakes and dodges
(Level 6)
LESSON 7:
CHANGING CHALLENGE:
To clearly know and understand how and why we shoot in Netball.
Watch the video and tell me
THREE
points of shooting.
LESSON OBJECTIVES:
GOOD LEARNING:
You can perform the Static shot accurately
S
OMETIMES
(AF1 = Level 4)

You can identify your partners areas of improvement (AF2= Level 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You can perform the Static shot accurately
M
OST of the time
(AF1 = Level 4)

You can provide accurate FEEDBACK to your partner (AF2= Level 5)

EVEN BETTER LEARNING:
Your shooting ability is
C
ONSISTENT in a game situation
(AF1 = Level 6)
LESSON 6:
CHANGING CHALLENGE:
Can you name all of the positions in a Netball team?
EXTENSION:
Can you DESCRIBE where they are allowed to go?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
To demonstrate a knowledge of roles through correct positional play.
GOOD LEARNING:
You can IDENTIFY the different roles in a Netball team
(LEVEL 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You can challenge others about the positions in a Netball team
(Level 5)

EVEN BETTER LEARNING:
You can perform in at least 3 different positions abiding by their roles and areas of play.
(Level 6)
LESSON:
CHANGING CHALLENGE:
How would you DESCRIBE the word DEFENDING?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
We are learning to be able to demonstrate an ability to mark an ATTACKER
GOOD LEARNING:
You can keep your head up when defending and stick to your partner throughout the games.
(AF1 = Level 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You can show EXCELLENT AGILITY to change direction quickly and find the player you are marking your partner MOST of the time
(AF1 = Level 5)

EVEN BETTER LEARNING:
You can effectively limit space and apply the 1 meter rule CONSISTENTLY (AF1 - Level 6)
LESSON 8:
ASSESSMENT
CHANGING CHALLENGE:
What do you think I am assessing you in?
THINK: what have we covered in lessons?
LESSON OBJECTIVE:
Your ability to apply all of the previously covered skills at the best of your ability.
GOOD LEARNING:
You can perform the
BASIC
footwork, passing and shooting skills. You play an active role in games showing an understanding of the positions.
(AF1 - LEVEL 4)

GREAT LEARNING:
You can perform
MOST
footwork and passing skills. You demonstrate an understanding of attack and you can effectively mark an opponent.
(AF1 - LEVEL 5)

EVEN BETTER LEARNING:
You can perform
ALL
of the footwork skills. You can play in a variety of positions. You can perform a sprint dodge and double dodge effectively moving into space. You communicate effectively on the court using verbal and non-verbal signaling.
(AF1 - LEVEL 6)
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE:

CONSISTENTLY
applying correct footwork in a game situation
(LEVEL 6)
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