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P.E Homework - Lesson plan for football Alex Moses 13S When teaching beginners it must be known that they are in the cognitive stage of learning. In this stage of learning certain approaches must be taken to keep the students excited and involved. To do this certain things like praising success (positive reinforcement) works as all students in this age are generally young with short attention spans. For the beginner's lesson plan it would be more discovery learning, getting the student to get a feel for the sport through feeling the ball with their feet or shooting practice. The teacher teaches through examples and skills, and the student will learn through repetition and trail and error, also if the student is unsuccessful they are not punished but this is considered as "part of the experience" and the students learn through observation. Example of a lesson plan for beginners: * Warm up - a big bag of balls and all the students get a ball and kick it around to warm up, the teacher walks around to see individual students and spends a brief moment with each student passing the ball. * Exercises - the group splits into pairs each pair is given a number then the pairs split to two different sides 10 metres apart. The teacher places the ball in the middle of the two lines of students. Numbers are then called out randomly and the corresponding students must make it to the ball first. ...read more.


For the teaching style the student and teacher will have a lot of interaction as the teaching style used is reciprocal, in this the teacher will set a task and ask the students for feedback afterwards. This helps interaction and the teacher knows who is learning as the teacher will ask questions and the student will have input. The students also will work in pairs and self correct together which is team building, the teacher will also give and overview of how the lesson went and how individual exercises go. * Warm up - a few 'easy' laps across the field and some light stretching. As students are at this phase this means they are interested in the sport and will be willing to do harder exercises, although students must still be kept interested and not punished too hard. * Exercises - using no defenders to start do a dribbling exercise between 2 people. Then add a passive defender and the attackers have to pass or go around the defender, then the defender becomes increasingly active. The students switch between being defenders and attackers. This practice helps develop decision making. * Practices would be broken up with ball juggling and free shooting between the group to keep the students interested and make sure they don't feel that they are worked to hard. The students can still lose interest at this phase. ...read more.


* The students would do the same for different situations such as corners, this has the same effect as set pieces. The teacher would speak to the different students in their different positions to give them different advice and techniques as what is relevant to a defender might not be relevant to an attacker. * To teach mental preparation and the students to control their temper in situations the teacher could make an attacker go against 2 defenders and give him options to pass back to or a defender with two attackers coming at him, or a goalie coming out to decrease the angle the attacker has to shoot at. This would teach the students to decrease their amount of panic and they would remember these practices for real games and this would increase the mental side of their game. * Game situation - A full scale game with even teams and full rules. The teacher would play referee or as the coach is another referee is present. If a student doesn't put in full effort or makes a terrible mistake the teacher wouldn't embarrass him in front of the team but rather substitute him and talk to him individually to stop him from losing confidence in the future. The teachers would try and encourage set plays that the students have practiced. The teacher may disallow heavy tackling as to protect players from possible injuries that could occur. ...read more.

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