In this lesson, we will focus on developing your agility skills. It will also help with your speed, coordination and reaction skills. You will also experiment with various ways of movement and improve your concentration skills.
Unit Overview: Athletic activity: developing power, strength and speed
In this lesson, we will be developing your speed and agility skills. You will be improving your ability to change direction at speed whilst focusing on good control and balance. You will have the opportunity to create your own speed challenges.
In this lesson, we will be developing your jumping skills which will help with both the high jump and long/triple jump in athletics.
In this lesson, we will develop your stabilising and hamstring muscles in particular, which will help improve your flexibility and core strength. These are both key to all athletics events.
In this lesson, we will have the opportunity to develop your throwing for accuracy skills and techniques as well as learn the fundamental skills and techniques needed for a push (Shot Putt) throw.
In this lesson, we will develop your stabilising muscles to improve your balance and posture. In athletics, stability and core strength is key to being a successful athlete and required in all athletic events.
Units in Physical Education
- Health related exercise activity: components of fitness
- Dance activity: an introduction to choreographic processes, devices and intention, performing set choreography and devising of individual work
- Games activity: developing fundamental and transferable skills
- Athletic activity: acquiring techniques
- Outdoor and adventurous activity: following instructions and problem solving skills
- Health related exercise activity: personalised fitness
- Dance activity: developing the use and application of appropriate action, space and dynamics linked to the intention of seeing 'below the surface'
- Games activity: analysing and improving performance
- Athletic activity: developing power, strength and speed
- Outdoor and adventurous activity: Developing critical thinking