[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities

[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities
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[Phys Ed] [Grades 3-8] Soccer Unit Theme Activities <3-5>

INCLUDES: Comprehensive bundle of Soccer Activities for Grades 3 through 8 - Physical Education

SOCCER UNIT GRADES 3-5 THEME: COORDINATION

Learning Focus -

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

C.35.1 I can perform activity specific skills. C.35.2 I can use equipment with purpose and control. C.35.3 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 move to the ball to receive a pass.

I can pass with the inside of my foot to a partner.

I can do a sole trap to control the ball.

I can direct a ball to a target with a toe kick.

I can dribble a ball with control while changing directions.

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

I can perform a throw-in pass.

Grade 4

I can pass a moving ball to a target.

I can trap a ball with the inside of my foot.

I can use my hands to catch or block a ball from entering a goal.

I can describe how to dribble, pass, trap, throw-in and strike a soccer ball.

I can pass with the outside of my foot to a partner.

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

Grade 5

I can move to open space so I can receive the ball.

I can pass to a partner in an open space.

I can dribble around a stationary object without losing control of the ball.

I can dribble a ball with control while changing speeds and direction.

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

SKILLS

· Dribbling with inside and outside of foot

· Passing with accuracy, speed, and control

· Trapping (sole and inside of foot)

· Striking with desired force and accuracy

· Goaltending Skills (catch, block, throw)

· Throw in

CONCEPTS

· Teamwork & Communication

· Ball Control

· Force when passing/shooting

· Difference in foot placement when kicking a stationary ball vs. a moving ball

· Offense strategies (i.e. passing to an open teammate, move to an open space, shoot at an open space, etc)

· Out of bounds- returning the ball to play

· Direct versus indirect free kicks

Cues:

Pass: Look, step, kick/push ball, follow through to target.

Dribble:Eyes up, short taps, keep it close, move with ball

Throw in: ball in two hands overhead, step and throw, drag toe

Strike/shoot: Look at goal, step and leap, plant, kick, follow through to target

Trap: (Soletrap) move to ball, stop it/ step on it

(Inside of foot trap) move to ball, toe out, block and give, control it

Soccer Resources

Skill Development

· Bridges

· Red Light, Green Light

· Relays

· Partner work

· Dribble Tag

Lead-Up Games

· Mega Soccer

· Mega Soccer: version 2

· Line Soccer

· Pin Guard Soccer

· “Get outta there

FITNESS through Soccer

· Agility – ball plyos

· Core Strength

Vocabulary

· Support, Diagonal, Leading, Spacing, Dribble, Pass, Strike, Communication, Defense, Offense, Handball, Accuracy, SoleTrap, Control, Goaltender, Sideline/Touchline, Endline, Throw in, Goal kick, Direct kick, Indirect kick, Corner kick

Guiding questions

· Why is ball control important?

· How can proper spacing help with defensive and offensive success?

· What are the skill cues for dribbling a soccer ball?

· How is the ball put back in play when it goes over the sideline?

· How does a soccer game begin?

· How does a Soccer game continue when a team scores a goal?

Social-Emotional Learning

· Honesty - Handball

· Teamwork – passing, spacing

Extension into the Home

· Youth soccer

Total Pages
7 pages
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