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• UNIT OVERVIEW
Team Sports --- Soccer
In the Soccer unit, students will learn to dribble, pass and receive a soccer ball in a game setting. They will also work with teammates to strategize, while demonstrating knowledge of offensive and defensive strategies.
• LONG-TERM LEARNING TARGETS
2.1 I can apply movement skills necessary to participate in a variety of team sports.
2.2 I can assess my own movement skills and make appropriate changes.
2.3 I can demonstrate respect for the physical abilities and performance achievements of self and others.
2.4 I can implement strategies for competitive and non-competitive games.
2.5 I can apply rules, procedures, and etiquette to ensure safety and fair play in a physical activity setting.
2.6 I can contribute to the success of teammates.
2.7 I can demonstrate elements of advanced movement skills within a team sport.
2.8 I can assess skill development in others and provide feedback.
2.9 I can regulate rules, procedures and etiquette to ensure safety and fair play in a physical activity setting for all.
2.10 I can formulate, communicate, and perform strategies for competitive and non-competitive games.
2.11 I can practice inclusion of people with diverse backgrounds and abilities.
2.12 I can create opportunities for my teammates to be successful.
• INSTRUCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
Student Background Knowledge
Students enter HS with varied PE experiences for specific sports and units. All students have a had a chance to learn sport specific skills, strategies, and movement concepts with little time to develop these learning targets at mastery level in the Physical Education setting.
• What components of fitness are developed by playing soccer?
• What strategies/concepts in soccer are similar to strategies/concepts in other sports?
• Why is understanding offensive and defensive strategies important in gameplay?
Range of motion, deflection, motion, balance, velocity, angle, technique, momentum, force, stability, transfer, follow-through, space, pressure, strategy
Goalie, defense, mid-fielder, forwards, striker, passing, shooting, dribbling, agility, corner-kick, penalty-kick, throw-in, direct kick, indirect kick, jockey
• INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACH
• Progression through active experiences based on readiness (skill, knowledge, comfort) and interest.
• Article on Using Differentiation in PE
• Differentiation Organizer
• Differentiation Tree
• PE Central – General PE Adaptations
• 9-12 DAPE Adaptations for Specific PE Units
• General Adaptations for Students with Disabilities
• Geometry: angles of passing, positioning as a team and deflection of ball while goal-tending and shooting
• Physics: force necessary for movement of the ball
Teacher Observational Rubric
• Formative Assessment in PE
• Quick Check Assessments
• General HS PE Rubric
• Effort Rubric
• Coaching Shift
• BORG RPE Chart & Visual
• Fitness Target HR Zones
• PE CENTRAL (World Cup Soccer Tournament)
• Soccer Help
• Soccer Drills
• Better Soccer Coach
• Soccer Xpert
• Bracket Maker
• CoachMe Soccer
• Coach Note: Soccer
• Soccer Trainer