Athletics Year 4 Lesson 1 Learning Objectives Challenge

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Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 1 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 1 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e Face forwards or shake head? ) Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to standing jump as far as they can. Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest ways for them of to direction, improve. speed & level in So. W Milestone Focus: 2 (Demonstrate changes competitive environments or during performances). 3 (Demonstrates a clear understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise). 7 (Use FUNdamentals of movement to employ simple tactics in competitive environments) L. O 1 – To develop children’s ability to jump as far as they can! L. O 2 – To develop pupils knowledge of how they can use their body to maximise performance Lesson Plan: 1. Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. Skill intro – Long Jump: Organise pupils into pairs numbering them ‘ 1’ and ‘ 2’. With all field events set up 2 lines, Safety line & Action Line. All pupils must stay behind action line until told to do otherwise. Ask pupils to jump in a variety of ways (Arms up, without bending knees, looking sideways) alternating from 1 to 2 each time. Mini. Plenary – Q & A, So how should we jump to gain distance? Pupils then add these elements and attempt to jump further! 3. Skill intro (2) – Relay technique Organise existing pairs into 4 equal sized groups, each in single file lines behind a cone. Each pupil takes it in turns to sprint out and around a

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 1 Teaching Points – Long Jump Bend knee’s &

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 1 Teaching Points – Long Jump Bend knee’s & push with quadriceps Swing your arms, Look forwards Bend knee’s on landing Take off on one, land on two. 2. Skill intro – Long Jump All pupils stand on Safety line until you instruct them to do otherwise. Use formative assess. to move pupils left and right Action along line to ensure line Safety level of challenge is line L/A appropriate. 3. Skill intro (2) – Relay Technique 4 groups, stand single file. Pass baton over, runner runs around the back of the line then out around cones – returns. M/A run around cones furthest away, L/A run around closet cones. Teaching points – Relay change-over technique Face away from team-mate Arm behind body, and parallel to floor, Palm up, fingers outstretched. Split feet, bent knees. M/A

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 2 Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions &

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 2 Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select L. O 1 – To develop pupils ability the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e to hurdle effectively Face forwards or shake head? ) L. O 2 – To develop pupils Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to knowledge of how they can use hurdle effectively their body to maximise Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest performance for of them to improve. So. W Milestone Focus: 2 (Demonstrateways changes direction, speed & level in competitive Learning Objectives: environments or during performances). 3 (Demonstrates a clear understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise). 7 (Use FUNdamentals of movement to employ simple tactics in competitive environments) Lesson Plan: Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. Skill intro – Sprinting Experiment: You are now about to conduct a simple experiment to help the children understand/remember the teaching points of sprinting. For each part of the body the children are going to practice running in 3 different ways, after which they will have to select the style they wish to use (Ask them to place in an imaginary place – we like to tell the children they have a ‘Coaches corner’ in their brain and that is where we’d like them to store this information). Pupils work in pairs, ‘A’ performs the action twice whilst ‘B’ observes, they then swap. For arms ask the children to 1) Run with arms glued to their side. 2) Run with arms above their head constantly. 3) Run with their arms bend at the side (as usual), with their hands never going below the hip, or above the lip (their mouth). Once all have tried this ask them to select one style for the Coaches corner. Complete the same process for other parts of

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 2 Teaching points – Sprinting Start low Slice through

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 2 Teaching points – Sprinting Start low Slice through the air w/ hands Move arms ‘Hip to lip, not across the zip’ Keep head facing forwards always Teaching points – Hurdles Jump over hurdles, one foot at a time (Lead leg, trail leg). Aim to take the same amount of steps between hurdles. Jump as flat as possible 4. Relay Technique 2. Skill intro – Sprinting Experiment 1. ARM S by Down 1. HEA D Looking side left 2. Above 2. Looking head right 3. ‘Hip to 3. Looking lip, never straight the – Hurdling forward 3. across Skill intro zip’ All pupils stand on Safety line until you instruct them to do otherwise. Use formative assess. to move pupils left and right along line to LEGS 1. Two feet together 2. High knees 3. Medium stride length L/A M/A

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 3 Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions &

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 3 Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select L. O 1 – To develop pupils ability the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e to hurdle effectively Face forwards or shake head? ) L. O 2 – To develop pupils Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to knowledge of how they can use hurdle effectively their body to maximise Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest performance ways for them to So. W Milestone Focus: (2) Demonstrate changes ofimprove. direction & speed during competition (3) Demonstrates an understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise. (6) Competent in FUNdamentals of movement Learning Objectives: Lesson Plan: 1. Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. Skill intro – Hurdles: Split class into 4 groups (based on ability). Pupils take it in turns to attempt hurdles, return to the back of the line once completed. Differentiate by the distance between hurdles and the size of the hurdles (M/A larger hurdles, close together. L/A smaller hurdles, further apart). Progress to competition phase. Each group has a time limit to do as many shuttles as possible. 3. Skill intro – Triple Jump (Use Safety & Action lines) Begin with hop phase – pupils measure how far they can hop. Then step in isolation. Lastly jump in isolation. Begin to instruct pupils to add the phases together (Hop then

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 3 Teaching points – Hurdles Jump over hurdles, one

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 3 Teaching points – Hurdles Jump over hurdles, one foot at a time (Lead leg, trail leg). Aim to take the same amount of steps between hurdles. Jump as flat as possible Teaching points – Triple Jump Hop, Step, Jump. Each phase should be equi-distant. Pupils should bend their knees at each point of contact with floor 2. Skill intro – Hurdling All pupils stand on Safety line until you instruct them to do otherwise. Use formative assess. to move pupils left and right along line to ensure level of challenge 3. is Skill intro – Triple Jump appropriate. All pupils stand on Safety line until you instruct them to do otherwise. Use formative assess to move pupils left and right along line to ensure level of challenge is appropriate. 4. Relay Technique

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 4 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 4 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e Face forwards or shake head? ) Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to Triple Jump effectively Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest ways for them to So. W Milestone Focus: (2) Demonstrate changes ofimprove. direction & speed during competition (3) Demonstrates an understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise. (6) Competent in FUNdamentals of movement L. O 1 – To develop pupils ability to Triple Jump effectively L. O 2 – To develop pupils knowledge of how they can use their body to maximise performance Lesson Plan: 1. Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. Skill intro – Triple Jump (Use Safety & Action lines) Begin with hop phase – pupils measure how far they can hop. Then step in isolation. Lastly jump in isolation. Begin to instruct pupils to add the phases together (Hop then step. Then Hop, step, jump). Pupils should not pause between each phase. Use miniplenaries to reinforce teaching points and model good practice. 3. Bull nosed Javelin - Use field events set-up (Safety Line, Action Line). Pupils cannot move from either line until you tell them too. Be strict with this rule, it is for safety purposes. Allow pupils 3 to 4 throws using trial & error. All pupils must wait until the pupil has thrown before you can inform they can retrieve their javelin. Mini-

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 4 Teaching points – Triple Jump Hop, Step, Jump.

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 4 Teaching points – Triple Jump Hop, Step, Jump. Each phase should be equi-distant. Pupils should bend their knees at each point of contact with floor Teaching points – Bull nosed Javelin Stand side-on, weight on the rear leg. Release the javelin at 45 degrees. Keep the throwing elbow high, draw the Hand ‘fast and last. 2. Skill intro – Triple Jump All pupils stand on Safety line until you instruct them to do otherwise. Use formative assess to move pupils left and right along line to ensure level of challenge is appropriate. 3. Skill intro – Bull nosed Javelin Pupils are split into pairs. All pupils stay on Safety line Until told otherwise. Make sure all pupils have thrown before you instruct pupils to fetch their javelins. 4. Relay Technique

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 5 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 5 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e Face forwards or shake head? ) Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to throw the Javelin effectively Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest ways for them to So. W Milestone Focus: (2) Demonstrate changes ofimprove. direction & speed during competition (3) Demonstrates an understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise. (6) Competent in FUNdamentals of movement L. O 1 – To develop pupils ability to throw the Javelin effectively L. O 2 – To develop pupils knowledge of how they can use their body to maximise performance Lesson Plan: 1. Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. Bull nosed Javelin - Use field events set-up (Safety Line, Action Line). Pupils cannot move from either line until you tell them too. Be strict with this rule, it is for safety purposes. Allow pupils 3 to 4 throws using trial & error. All pupils must wait until the pupil has thrown before you can inform they can retrieve their javelin. Miniplenary – Q&A, How can achieve more distance when throwing? . Tease out teaching points and allow pupils a chance to improve! 3. 400 m – At this stage of this children’s learning they will now experience what to them will be regarded as a middle distance even. Use the space you have wisely. If you can create a 200 m square then brilliant! It will make it easier for the children to

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 5 Teaching points – Bull nosed Javelin Stand side-on,

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 5 Teaching points – Bull nosed Javelin Stand side-on, weight on the rear leg. Release the javelin at 45 degrees. Keep the throwing elbow high, draw the Hand ‘fast and last. 2. Skill intro – Bull nosed Javelin Pupils are split into pairs. Teaching points – Middle Distance Running Ensure that the children understand that they will not be able to run at full pace. Clever runners, save some energy And time when they use up there last bit of energy! 4. Relay Technique All pupils stay on Safety line Until told otherwise. Make sure all pupils have thrown before you instruct pupils to fetch their javelins. 3. Skill intro – 400 m If you can create a 200 m square then brilliant! It will make it easier for the children to understand how many times they have to run around the track. Group your M/A children so that they run against each other, group your L/A so they run together. Allow the L/A to go first – M/A to time their score. Then swap roles! STAR T

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 6 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 6 Learning Objectives: Challenge 1 – Can children follow instructions & select the correct teaching point when given 2 options? (i. e Face forwards or shake head? ) Challenge 2 – Can children use teaching points to run the 400 m effectively Numeracy in P. E! Literacy in P. E! - children Inspiration in P. E! Challenge 3 – Can watch others and suggest ways for them to So. W Milestone Focus: (2) Demonstrate changes ofimprove. direction & speed during competition (3) Demonstrates an understanding of how the body changes/functions during exercise. (6) Competent in FUNdamentals of movement L. O 1 – To develop pupils ability to run the 400 m effectively L. O 2 – To develop pupils knowledge of how they can use their body to maximise performance Lesson Plan: 1. Warm-up – Command Response: Pupils move continuously in set area, upon hearing a command they must react as quickly as possible. Add the commands ‘Hop’ (Land on same leg as used for take-off) ‘Step’ (Jump from one foot to another, ensure pupils leave ground) ‘Jump’ (From one foot to two feet). STRETCH. Then repeat 2. 400 m – At this stage of this children’s learning they will now experience what to them will be regarded as a middle distance even. Use the space you have wisely. If you can create a 200 m square then brilliant! It will make it easier for the children to understand how many times they have to run around the track. Group your M/A children so that they run against each other, group your L/A so they run together. Allow the L/A to go first – M/A to time their score. Then swap roles! 3. Shotput - Use field events set-up (Safety Line, Action Line). Pupils cannot move from either line until you tell them too. Be strict with this rule, it is for safety purposes.

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 6 Teaching points – Middle Distance Running Ensure that

Athletics Year 4 - Lesson 6 Teaching points – Middle Distance Running Ensure that the children understand that they will not be able to run at full pace. Clever runners, save some energy And time when they use up there last bit of energy! 2. Skill intro – 400 m Teaching points – Shotput Stand side-on, push the Shotput into the neck. Bend knee’s with weight over The back leg (Toe, Knee, Chin in Line). Explode up & push at 45 degree’s! 4. Relay Technique If you can create a 200 m square then brilliant! It will make it easier for the children to understand how many times they have to run around the track. Group your M/A children so that they run against each other, group your L/A so they run together. Allow the L/A to go first – M/A to time their score. Then swap roles! 2. Skill intro – Shotput Pupils are split into pairs. All pupils stay on Safety line Until told otherwise. Make sure all pupils have thrown before you instruct pupils to fetch their shotputs. STAR T