[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities

[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities
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[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Floor Hockey Unit Theme Activities <3-8>

INCLUDES: Comprehensive bundle of Floor Hockey Activities for Grades 3 through 5 - Physical Education

FLOOR HOCKEY UNIT GRADES 3-5 THEME: COORDINATION

Learning Focus -

This unit will introduce the team sport of Floor Hockey as a tool for reaching our Long-term learning targets in the theme of Coordination.

C.3.1 I can perform activity specific skills. C.3.2 I can use equipment with purpose and control. C.3.3 I can move with purpose in defined boundaries. C.35.4 I can demonstrate movement concepts. CA.35.1 I can cooperate with others to achieve a common goal.

Supporting Learning Targets

Outcomes: Skills/Concepts

Instructional Approach

Instructional Considerations

Grade 3

I can receive a pass using the correct technique.

I can stickhandle the puck under control.

I can pass and shoot keeping my stick blade below my knees.

I can identify the parts of a hockey stick.

I can strike a ball or puck toward a target with accuracy.

I can participate in a lead up game according to the rules.

Grade 4

I can receive and control a puck passed to me.

I can pass a puck/ball to a partner with accuracy.

I can stickhandle using both sides of the blade while jogging forward.

I can explain how to shoot, pass, and stick handle.

I can help a classmate pass and receive a puck/ball.

I can work with others for a common goal.

I can participate in a lead up game according to the rules.

Grade 5

I can pass a puck and receive a puck within a group.

I can stickhandle the puck and pass to a teammate while moving.

I can accept decisions about rule infractions.

I can hold a stick with proper form.

I can move safely with a puck within a specified boundary.

I can guard an opponent with the puck.

I can use offense and defense strategies in a modified game.

I can participate in a lead up game according to the rules.

SKILLS

· Stick handling with both sides of the head of the stick

· Passing with desired accuracy, speed, and control

· Receiving the puck with control

· Shooting with desired force and accuracy-wrist shot

· Goaltending Skills

· Safe play in hockey activities

CONCEPTS

· Teamwork & Communication

· Control

· Safety

· Positioning

Cues

Stickhandling: Hands apart, blade on floor, alternating little taps, puck leads your movement

Passing: look at target, stick back, slide the puck, follow through low.

Receiving a puck/ball: reach for puck, GIVE/bring it in, control it.

Wrist shot: blade on the puck, flick wrist toward target, follow through low

Goaltending: eyes on the puck, block it

Student Adaptations

Special Education / DAPE

Picture communication systems, varied pieces of equipment in size, color and texture, more time to complete task, peer assistance, space modifications.

Specific Disability Recommendations

Modification Organizer

· ELL

Picture communications systems, peer assistance, modeling.

Floor Hockey Resources

Skill Development

· Tunnels

· Hockey Horse

· 8 Goal Hockey

· Stations

· 3 Touches

· Teacher Tag

· Hockey Pirates

Lead-Up Games

· Lane Hockey

· Pirates Gold

· Shoot the Gap

· Unihoc

FITNESS through floor hockey

· Agility through movements on the court

Vocabulary

· Support, Diagonal, Leading, Spacing, Stickhandle, Pass, Communication, Defense, Offense, Accuracy, Control, Strategy, receive, Goaltender, Forward, Center, Safety, Absorbing, Force, Alternating, Blade, Shaft, High stick, Crease, wrist shot.

Guiding questions

· Why is spacing so important in floor hockey?

· What are the safety rules when playing a hockey activity?

· What are the skill cues for receiving a puck?

· What are the skill cues for a wrist shot?

· Why is it important to move to an open space.

· What is the responsibility of the goalie?

· How does the game change when played on ice?

Social-Emotional Learning

· Congratulates other students upon successful outcome/s

· Expresses feelings positively verbally and non-verbally

Extension into the Home

Youth Hockey

Total Pages
17 pages
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