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I have chosen to do my study on a comparison of hockey passing (hit and push).

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Analytical Investigation. When I had chosen these sports I had to rule out which sports I would not be able to have access to equipment easily, at first I recognised that swimming would be very hard as there is not really a quiet time after school hours to use the swimming pool publicly. Then I also ruled out netball, as this is not one of my favourite aspects of sport and would find it challenging to do my Analytical Investigation on this sport. I was then left with Hockey and Badminton and as facilities I had in mind for Badminton were not available, I was left with hockey, which was a delight as I have three grass pitches available to me in my area and two Astroturf pitches. This would make it easy for me to arrange my sessions to suit the pupils and me. I have chosen to do my study on a comparison of hockey passing (hit and push). I am choosing this sport as I have been playing hockey now for three years at school and for nearly three years at Salford Youths also playing for Manchester Youths and Manchester Moss Park Ladies. I have taken part in the Greater Manchester Youth Games twice and also played in many different leagues and tournaments. I train once week and have a league match every other Sunday morning. Since year 7 I have been taught the basic rules and skills of hockey in P.E in school. But since I have been attending Salford Youths my knowledge has widened. I like to play hockey, as there is a certain amount of freedom while you are out on the pitch. Also as a Goal Keeper I like to have the control my team needs when they are playing out field. I understand positioning of players and have good judgement of layout and what works best with people of different abilities. ...read more.

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I will ask pupils individually how far they think they are comfortable passing over and pairing them with the person with a close range. Test Two Practice Four This next practice is basically an elaboration on practice one. It will build the confidence of each to pass the ball when they feel another player is in an adequate place. The person who is receiving the ball should run into a space and indicate to the feeder that he/she is ready by placing the stick firmly on the ground. Practice Five My first practice will have three people to a group. This practice is called fill the gap. The people will make a square shape but with one corner missing. This space will change every time the ball is fed. The person with the ball feeds the ball into the empty corner and the person stood to the left of this empty spaces' job is to run to the corner and meet the ball. Practice Six In this practice the ball will be hand fed to each pupil by myself and with out stopping it, they must pass it straight back. Practice Seven My first practice will focus on the follow through. As will my second. This practice will be very basic with two people standing face-to-face passing the to and fro. But as the ball is released they player MUST be in a position so that when the ball is received at the other end it can be stopped straight away. Practice Eight This next practice is basically an elaboration on practice one. It will be a 5m jog dribbling the ball then releasing it to a target the ball shall be released in both the pass and hit alternatively. Test Three Analytical Investigation. Analytical Investigation. Within my first session I also had an initial test, which was to show, the pupils and me what their abilities were and where each was up to. ...read more.

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His results at the end of the final session with help from practices were: 5-meter mark Hit: 75% 5-meter mark Push: 75% 10-meter mark Hit: 75% 10-meter mark Push: 75% 15- meter mark Hit: 50% 15-meter mark Push: 50% Ricky From the beginning of my sessions I could see potential from Ricky. He started with a natural feel for the stick. Through all the sessions he has shown the skills that he has leant and put them into practice in the later sessions, this is evident in this session as I analysed everything from previous sessions. As the others I feel that Ricky would benefit and would be a beneficial part to a team. His results at the end of the final session with help from practices were: 5-meter mark Hit: 75% 5-meter mark Push: 75% 10-meter mark Hit: 75% 10-meter mark Push: 50% 15- meter mark Hit: 50% 15-meter mark Push: 50% Chloe From session one Chloe has shown the highest standards of determination, she has persisted through all the practices when she was sceptical and uneasy, Chloe I feel will benefit from this experience not only from a hockey perspective but as a person, she has gained confidence and skills to play a sport she enjoys. She has progressed to show all the skills from the pervious sessions in a final analysis. Her results at the end of the final session with help from practices were: 5-meter mark Hit: 75% 5-meter mark Push: 75% 10-meter mark Hit: 50% 10-meter mark Push: 50% 15- meter mark Hit: 50% 15-meter mark Push: 50% Although no-one got 100% accuracy in any of my sessions I feel the progress that all five of the sports people has been astonishing, within five weeks all the players will have become worthy additions to a hockey team, if they carry on which I think they all would benefit from. Janine Slater Pupil No: 9252 Analytical Investigation Comparison Between The Push and Hit in Hockey Which is More Successful...? P.E 1 ...read more.

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