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Year 7

 Unit: Invasion GamesUnit: BadmintonUnit: Fitness
Unit content (lesson order)• Attacking Principles
• Playing Areas
• Scoring Methods
• Rules of a game
• Maintaining Possession
• Sportsmanship / Etiquette
• How to win a point.
• Court markings / dimensions.
• Grip.
• Short and long serve.
• Basic overhead shot
• Side on stance (body position and footwork)
• How to Warm Up and Cool Down for Sport.
• Short term effects of exercise.
• Intensity R.P.E.
• CV fitness
• Muscular endurance
• Diet
• Emotional health
Notes (how to do the work)These are the essential skills to be a top-class games player!! You are required to watch and practice these skills for 10 minutes every day on your journey to becoming the next world class player!

There are some different options to choose from Cricket to Football to Basketball! So, pick your favourite skills and practice away!
You may need to be creative if you don’t have a ball at home with a pair of socks for example. Have also put some theory work if you don’t have a ball at home.

Cricket
Improving basic hand eye coordination.
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Home Cricket Fielding Drills
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Home Cricket Batting Drills
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Football mastery skills
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Basketball
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Complete a booklet for invasion games, highlighting the rules of different games e.g. football, netball, basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Find images and create another booklet to show the pitch / court markings and boundaries for football, netball and basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Create a booklet highlighting what different formations, tactics and strategies could be deployed to win.
You have been hired as a badminton coach at Evington sports centre.
Watch the videos below and create coaching cards which include a picture and describe how these essential badminton shots are played.
Short serve
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Long serve
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Overhead forehand
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At the heart of every top athlete is their ability to maintain the highest levels of performance again and again. Therefore, you have decided to work on improving your fitness to reach the highest levels.

To begin you need to prepare and that means to warm up!
click here
Now you are going to improve your CV Fitness by completing the Beginners Cardio Session.
click here
Finally, you need to stay flexible and complete a cool down.
click here
Diet plays an important part to remaining fit and healthy. Read through information answer the questions and then complete a fact sheet about the unit.
Create your own weekly diet plan.
Nutrition click here
Health and well-being read through information answer the questions and the test then complete a fact sheet about the positives and negatives of peoples lifestyle choices. click here
Sedentary lifestyle read through the information, answer the questions. Create a promotional poster highlighting the negative effect of leading a sedentary lifestyle. click here

Year 8

 Unit: Invasion GamesUnit: BadmintonUnit: Fitness
Unit content (lesson order)• Defensive Principles
• Marking
• Positions
• Playing Areas
• Scoring Methods
• Rules of a game
• Sportsmanship / Etiquette
• Recap on long serve for feeding purposes
• Drop shot
• Overhead clear
• Smash
• Varying shots to decrease opponent’s chances
• Adopting basic strategies in gameplay
• Sequencing shots
• Muscular Strength and Endurance
• Cardiovascular fitness
• Agility, Balance, Co-ordination, Flexibility,
• Power, Speed, Reaction time,
• Plyometric training
Notes (how to do the work)These are the essential skills to be a top-class games player!! You are required to watch and practice these skills for 10 minutes every day on your journey to becoming the next world class player!

There are some different options to choose from Cricket to Football to Basketball! So, pick your favourite skills and practice away!
You may need to be creative if you don’t have a ball at home with a pair of socks for example. Have also put some theory work if you don’t have a ball at home.


Cricket
Improving basic hand eye coordination.
click here
click here
Home Cricket Fielding Drills
click here
Home Cricket Batting Drills
click here
Football mastery skills
click here
Basketball
click here
Complete a booklet for invasion games, highlighting the rules of different games e.g. football, netball, basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Find images and create another booklet to show the pitch markings and boundaries for football, netball and basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Create a booklet highlighting what different formations, tactics and strategies could be deployed to win.
You have been hired as a badminton coach at Evington sports centre.
Watch the videos below and create coaching cards which describe how these essential badminton shots are played.
Drop shot
click here
Overhead clear
click here
Smash
click here
At the heart of every top athlete is their ability to maintain the highest levels of performance again and again. Therefore you have decided to work on improving your fitness to reach the highest levels.

To begin you need to prepare and that means to warm up!
click here
Now you are going to improve your CV Fitness by completing the Beginners Cardio Session.
click here
The other option is a HIIT session to improve Muscular Endurance.
click here
Finally, you need to stay flexible and complete a cool down.
click here
Diet plays an important part to remaining fit and healthy. Read through information answer the questions and then complete a fact sheet about the unit.
Create your own weekly diet plan.
Nutrition
click here
Health and well-being read through information answer the questions and the test then complete a fact sheet about the positives and negatives of peoples lifestyle choices. click here
Sedentary lifestyle read through the information, answer the questions. Create a promotional poster highlighting the negative effect of leading a sedentary lifestyle. click here

Year 9

 Unit: Sport EducationUnit: BadmintonUnit: Fitness
Unit content (lesson order)Taking on different roles (fitness coach, captain, skills coach, administrator, equipment manager, statistician, official, timekeeper) participation in full sided games• To understand differences from singles to doubles
• Doubles rules and rotations
• Effective return in doubles
• Defensive and offensive court position/strategy
• Methods of training. Circuit, interval,
• SAQ, continuous, Components of Fitness
Notes (how to do the work)These are the essential skills to be a top-class games player!! You are required to watch and practice these skills for 10 minutes every day on your journey to becoming the next world class player!

There are some different options to choose from Cricket to Football to Basketball! So, pick your favourite skills and practice away!
You may need to be creative if you don’t have a ball at home with a pair of socks for example. Have also put some theory work if you don’t have a ball at home.
Cricket
Improving basic hand eye coordination.
click here
click here
Home Cricket Fielding Drills
click here
Home Cricket Batting Drills
click here
Football mastery skills
click here
Basketball
click here
Complete a booklet for invasion games, highlighting the rules of different games e.g. football, netball, basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Find images and create another booklet to show the pitch markings and boundaries for football, netball and basketball. How are they similar, how do they differ?
Create a booklet highlighting what different formations, tactics and strategies could be deployed to win.
Create a coaching resource of badminton court which clearly highlights the similarities and differences between singles and doubles format in terms of court markings.

You should also:
Explain how the service rotations work in doubles
Research and describe the different tactics and strategies that could be deployed for singles and doubles play.
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At the heart of every top athlete is their ability to maintain the highest levels of performance again and again. Therefore, you have decided to work on improving your fitness to reach the highest levels.

To begin you need to prepare and that means to warm up!
click here
Now you are going to improve your CV Fitness by completing the Beginners Cardio Session.
click here
The other option is a HIIT session to improve Muscular Endurance.
click here
Finally you need to stay flexible and complete a cool down.
click here
Diet plays an important part to remaining fit and healthy. Read through information answer the questions and then complete a fact sheet about the unit.
Create your own weekly diet plan.
Nutrition click here
Health and well-being read through information answer the questions and the test then complete a fact sheet about the positives and negatives of peoples lifestyle choices. click here

Year 10 & 11

Year Unit: Sport EducationUnit: BadmintonUnit: Fitness
Year 10Unit content (lesson order)Taking on different roles (fitness coach, captain, skills coach, administrator, equipment manager, statistician, official, timekeeper) participation in full sided games-to understand differences from singles to doubles
-doubles rules and rotations
-effective return in doubles
-defensive and offensive court position/strategy
Methods of training. Circuit, interval,
SAQ, continuous, Components of Fitness
Notes (how to do the work)These are the essential skills to be a top-class games player!! You are required to watch and practice these skills for 10 minutes every day on your journey to becoming the next world class player!Create a coaching resource of badminton court which clearly highlights the similarities and differences between singles and doubles format in terms of court markings.
You should also:
At the heart of every top athlete is their ability to maintain the highest levels of performance again and again. Therefore you have decided to work on improving your fitness to reach the highest levels.
Year 11Unit content (lesson order)Taking on different roles (fitness coach, captain, skills coach, administrator, equipment manager, statistician, official, timekeeper) participation in full sided games-to understand differences from singles to doubles
-doubles rules and rotations
-effective return in doubles
-defensive and offensive court position/strategy
Methods of training. Circuit, interval,
SAQ, continuous, Components of Fitness
Notes (how to do the work)These are the essential skills to be a top-class games player!! You are required to watch and practice these skills for 10 minutes every day on your journey to becoming the next world class player!Create a coaching resource of badminton court which clearly highlights the similarities and differences between singles and doubles format in terms of court markings.
You should also:
At the heart of every top athlete is their ability to maintain the highest levels of performance again and again. Therefore you have decided to work on improving your fitness to reach the highest levels.

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