Hockey Lesson Plans (KS3 & KS4) (All lessons)

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Hockey Lesson Plans (KS3 & KS4) (All lessons)

Year 7: This resource includes:

  • Moving with the ball (x2)
  • The Push Pass
  • Tackling (The Block Tackle)
  • The Maintaining Possession & the Creation of Space
  • GAMES

Year 8: This resource includes:

  • Moving with the ball
  • (The Push , The Hit, The Reverse stick)
  • The Hit (Emphasis on passing)
  • Tackling (The Block Tackle)
  • Possession & the Creation of Space
  • Shooting and Games

Year 9: This resource includes:

  • Moving with the ball
  • Aerial Pass
  • Beating a player
  • (The Block  and Jab Tackles)
  • The Slap (Emphasis on passing)

Year 10: This resource includes:

  • Long Corner (x2)
  • Short or Penalty Corner (3)
  • Goalkeeping & one touch shooting
  • Games

Year 11: This resource includes:

  • Tactics and Formations
 

Hockey Lesson Plans (KS3 & KS4) includes:

To be competent in and be able to further develop existing skills of sending receiving and traveling with a ball, i.e. The push pass, receiving a push pass, dribbling with the ball, shooting,  and outwitting an opponent. To also enhance their performances and creativity through playing small- sided games of hockey and incorporating the refined skills. They will also have an understanding of the basic laws and lines on the pitch that govern the games alongside a developing knowledge of techniques, tactics and compositional ideas to produce efficient and effective outcomes. Throughout the phases students are constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques. Also, the pupils should start performing the skills in small sided games and to understand and know the foundational principles of the game such as looking up, communication and space.

To develop existing skills of sending, receiving and travelling with the ball, i.e. The reverse push pass, the slap, the Indian dribble and advanced methods of beating a player. To play small sided games, increasing both skill level and knowledge and understanding rules and laws that govern the games  Throughout the phases students are constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.  To develop understanding and knowledge of the tactics and strategies involved in a game of hockey

To be able to perform the fundamental skill used within a full sided game of Hockey.  The pupils should be able to develop knowledge and understanding of the positions in hockey, and the roles and responsibilities of these positions.  Throughout the phases they should develop skills and understanding of set situations in hockey and therefore enhancing their knowledge of the laws and rules of hockey and apply them to a game situation.  To develop understanding and knowledge of the tactics and strategies involved in a game of hockey. Throughout the phases students are constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.  The students will also understand the importance of being prepared for physical activity alongside having a clear understanding about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle whilst participating in Hockey.

To be able to perform the fundamental skill used within a full sided game of Hockey to a very competent level.  To know, understand and perform the skills within many situations found within a game of Hockey e.g.  Long / Penalty corners. To also be able to recognise the importance of responding to changing situations within the game in attack and defence. Throughout the phases students are also constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.   They should understand the laws of the game and be able to start to officiate matches fairly and correctly performing the correct signals.  They understand and know the stretches for all major muscles and those specific to Hockey




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