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HPE2203 Jan 2016

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

LESSON PLAN HPE 2203

LESSON ORGANISATION
Year Level:

Time:

(based on Australian Curriculum: Health & Physical Education)

9:00

Date:

Learning Area: Health & Physical Education

Strand:

Students Prior Knowledge:


Students have practiced the skill of passing and offensive
strategies and tactics; however this will be the first lesson
of defence, and how to utilise some defensive strategies
and tactics.

Focus Area:

Movement and Physical Activity (MPA)

Sub-strand:
Moving our body
Understanding Movement
Learning through Movement
Content Descriptor:
Use feedback to improve body control and coordination
when performing specialises movement skills in a variety
of situations (ACPMP080)
Practice, apply and transfer movement concepts and
strategies with and without equipment (ACPMP082)
Demonstrate and explain how the elements of effort,
space, time, objects and people can enhance movement
sequences (ACPMP084)
Practice and apply personal and social skills when
undertaking a range of roles in physical activities
(ACPMP086)
Modify rules and scoring systems to allow for fair play,
safety and inclusive participation (ACPMP088)

Teachers Prior Preparation/Organisation:


Ensure LEST is available for the lesson
All equipment is ready to use

Equipment List
30 cones
12 balls
16 bibs/sashes

General Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)


Literacy

Numeracy

ICT Competence

Critical and
creative thinking

Ethical
behaviour

Personal and Social


competence

Intercultural
understanding

Cross-curriculum priorities (may be addressed in the lesson)


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
histories and cultures

Asia and Australias engagement with Asia

Sustainability

Lesson Objectives (i.e. anticipated outcomes of this lesson, in point form beginning with an action verb)
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

Students will improve their understanding of defensive strategies and tactics


Use Modified rules to develop a larger defensive ability

LESSON EVALUATION (to be completed AFTER the lesson)


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Assessment of Lesson Objectives and Suggestions for Improvement::

Teacher self-reflection and self-evaluation:

LESSON PROGRESSION
Time
9:00

Motivation and Introduction:


Good morning Year 7s, today we are going to transition into some slightly more challenging drills and skills; however
this time, we will be focusing on our defensive strategies and tactics. First of all, we will start by doing 3 vs 2, as the
defenders, you will be outnumbered, therefore it is vitally important that you work hard and as a team to try to intercept
the ball.
Student
Organisation

Lesson Content

Class Organisation Resources/Equipment

(Content & KTP)

(Position of teacher/students, setup/working area/grids for class, transitions)

(Individual task structure,


differentiation)

Run at inside shoulder of


defender

9:03
3 vs 2 in a grid.
Defenders must
stay in position to
start

Take space if offered as


well as try a dummy
Pass flat
Stay Lateral
Communication is vital
Draw defender

Once skills
progress
defenders can
move to try and
stop attackers
either by
intercepting the
ball or touch the
ball carrier

Look at hips
Stay low

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9:13

Bridging organization

Gather students into central location

Ask if there is any questions in regards the wrap/loop

Answer the questions

Explain the next drill defence support


Key Teaching Points
9:15

Ball-carriers,
designated O,
move through the
corridors.
Defenders,
designed X,
stand in the 1
metre deep
defence

Stay an even
distance apart
from each other

Avoid both
defenders getting
drawn into the
ball carrier.

zones. As
attackers pass
through the
defence zones,
the
bypassed
defenders move
to the next
vacant defence
zone.
The degree of
difficulty can be
increased by
narrowing the
corridor;
increasing the
number of
players in both
attacking and
defending units;
and, increasing
the depth of the
defence zone.
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(Fox Sports
Pulse, 2016)

9:25

Bridging organization

Gather students into central location

Ask if there is any questions in regards the wrap/loop

Answer the questions

Explain the next drill 2 on 3 attack and defence


9:27

2 on 3 attack
and defence
drill

Must run around cone,


get used to defending
with fatigue.

Set an area with


two different
coloured cones
on the touch line
in the middle,
one for
defenders and
one for attackers.
At the prompt of
the teacher (blow
whistle) the
students run
around the
designated
cones and attack
the defenders to
score. Ball carrier
should initiate the
attack by
attacking the
inside shoulder
of the first
defender.

This drill is a vital drill to


enhance the ability to
alter the original starting
point on defence, as the
majority of the time you
are on the move and
never set in the one
position in touch rugby.

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9:33

Bridging organization

Gather students into central location

Ask if there is any questions in regards the wrap/loop

Answer the questions

Explain the next drill 7 vs 4.


9:35

7(defenders)
vs 4(attackers)
-

- Attackers

start with the


ball at the
halfway line

- They will

have 6
attempts to
move the ball
up the field

Students will need


assistance in
understanding when and
where to be aggressive
on defence.
Allow time to stop the
play and reinforce points,
explain something that
could have helped make
the play better. Or even
stop the play and show
an example of something
that was done extremely
well.

- No turnovers,

run through 6
sets of 6
touches, then
rotate
defenders
and attackers

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Bridging organization

Bri

Bridging organization

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9:45

Lesson Closure: (Review lesson objectives with students)


Review lesson objectives with students
Explain why the objectives were met and why, or if not why they werent, and how they could be next
time.

Transition: (What needs to happen prior to the next lesson?)


Check emails for team announcements for the competition next week
Bring hat, water bottle and uniform for class.
Assessment: (Were the lesson objectives met? How will these be judged?)
Global check through movement around the class to view all students.

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