Teach Physical Education: Follow-along Skills & Circuits
Teach Physical Education: Follow-along Skills & Circuits, A 10 lesson physical education course with follow-along videos for grade 2-6 students to complete individually.
I am excited to share my latest PE course, the Super Sport Star sessions course! It’s whole new and exciting way for you to deliver sport at your school. I’ve recorded a collection of 10 high-quality video lessons for your grades 2-6 class to practice and develop their sport skills in real-time with me, Coach Danny…
10 follow-along PE lessons for students to work individually
You’ll get access to a collection of 10 video lessons (downloadable via GoogleDrive). The students will be working individually in the sports hall with their own equipment, as we work through the fundamental skills needed for different sports like basketball, tennis, soccer, and volleyball. They’ll also be developing locomotion, hand-eye co-ordination, reaction-time and more, through various challenges, tasks and drills. The idea is to play the videos via projector onto a wall at one end of the gymnasium.
The lessons vary from 25-35 minutes (and can be easily adapted to be shorter or longer), and are structured with a warm-up, main activities, and stretching & cool down. As we work through the tasks, I’m also educating your students about the different bones, muscles and mechanics involved, so it’s an awesome and new way to deliver physical education with your school.
There are 2 types of sessions to choose from:
• 6 x ’Skill sessions’: These sessions focus on the technique needed for particular sports skills. At the end of each lesson there are some questions to check for understanding (answers given during the session!)
• 4 x ‘Circuit sessions’: These sessions are setup so students rotate through 3 different equipment objects, practicing a different variation each time for around 90 seconds
For each lesson you’ll also get an overview/plan, which can be printed out or followed along with on the iPad…
So with over 90 different skills, warm-ups and fitness tasks, this course is a whole new way to teach physical education, and your students will be greatly engaged with this dynamic approach. And of course, I do the teaching so you don’t have to!