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Session plan - coaching football skills.Aim - improve close control, one touch passing and awareness.

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Thomas Santilli Training Session Plan SESSION: Passing To improve close control, one touch passing and Awareness. LEARNING OUTCOMES: * How to pass with the inside of the foot * How to pass with the outside of the foot * Creating space for people to pass to you and receiving the ball correctly. Moderator: Mr. Demetriou / Mrs. ward DURATION: 30 mins EQUIPMENT: Cones , bibs, goals , balls Ability of group - Mixed Ability of 20 participants Health and safety Correct footwear -Making sure you don't fall over and injure yourself with incorrect footwear Shin pads- Pads made to protect your shins Surface check - To make sure the Astroturf is suitable to coach on and meets safety requirements Risk assessment - ill make sure that I go through a checklist to make sure the Astroturf has passed all of the safety requirements Safety area - For jewelry and items like a ...read more.

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Achievable- Goal should be able to be obtained within a set period of time and should be relevant to the participant by the end of the session The reason why I have chose passing is because in football it is a compulsory technique u need to play the game of football and I want everyone to achieve phenomenal passing techniques by the end of the session Time based - Amount of time given for session I have chosen 30 minutes for my session the reason for this is so participants don't get bored of my session and that my session will be split into 3 stages which will all take 10 minutes each and will consist of 1.Technique, 2.Skill and a 3.,Small sided game. INTRODUCTION OF SESSION PLAN Location - Turnford school Astroturf Role - Football coach Hope to achieve -The ability Pass a football to another player Session objectives - To be ...read more.

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Session Plan Skill Basic Passing to other players 9.15am How to play keep ball 1.Four attackers play in the 10 yards by 10 yards box against one defender. The defender must try to put pressure on the attackers and win the ball. Progression Play four attackers against two defenders in the smaller box. If the two players win the ball, can they pass out to their team-mates Session Plan Technique 9.30am 9.30 1. In this small sided game the participants will uses the techniques and skills that I have taught them and I will also coach them on there passing techniques to see if they have remembered what I taught them during the session 2. Progression 1 touch football but using there vision skill and technique that they have learnt. Small sided game (Passing) 9.30am Feedback ?? ?? ?? ?? Page 5 of 5 ...read more.

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