Lesson 9

Learning Intention

To connect skipping tricks into a movement sequence.

Lesson Information

Putting skipping tricks together

Equipment

  • Skipping rope
  • Music

Lesson:

Steps:

  • Try to perform the skipping tricks that were learnt last week in a row (eg: 4 running man steps, then 4 skiers, then 4 front to back skiers – without stopping!)
  • Trial each of these jumps 10 times in a row without a skipping rope, then with the skipping rope.
  • Two-foot jumps, single leg hops on the right, single leg hops on the left, alternate single leg jump (high knee run).
  • Turn on some music and practise different skipping tricks when the music changes (eg: verse to chorus, speed/beat change etc).

Modifications:

  • Students perform at own pace.
  • Look here for some other beginner skipping tricks.

Reflection

  • How many tricks could you do in one song?
  • Did you jump in time to the music?
  • Were you able to do all of them in a row?
  • How long could you go for without having to stop?

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 8

Learning Intention

  • To skip using the basic skip technique for an extended period.
  • To practice various skipping techniques and tricks.

Lesson Information

Learning some new skipping tricks

Equipment

  • Skipping rope
  • Music

Lesson:

Steps:

  • Can you make any new skipping tricks to try?

Modifications:

  • Students perform at own pace
  • Look here for some other beginner skipping tricks

Reflection

  • Which skipping trick was the easiest?
  • Which was the hardest?
  • Which trick could you do for longer?
  • Which trick was the most fun to practise?

Please click on the Learning Task link below and complete the term reflection: https://tinyurl.com/g4learning

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 7

Learning Intention

I can adjust my technique to successfully perform different gymnastic skills.

Lesson Information

Balance and Locomotion routine

Equipment

  • An open space of approx. 2.2m – check with parents first
  • Various boxes or furniture that can be used to support balance.
  • A yoga mat, couch cushions or other soft matting.

Lesson:

  1. Find a space in your home or outside in your yard that is clear of obstacles and/or furniture.
  • You are going to create your own basic floor routine that combines balances and different locomotion skills (movement).
  • This template will provide you with a sequence for your routine.
  • When designing a routine make sure you include different types of:
  • Balancesfront support, cat shape, tree pose, arabesque, side support, candlestick, front bridge or follow picture below.  
  • Locomotion skills – skipping, hopping, rolling, jumping, leaping.
  • Movementwalking on your toes, sided to side or backwards. 
  • Make sure when you are selecting movements and balances you stick within what you know how to do.

Modifications:

Increase the balances, locomotion and movement poses.

Reflection

  • Which was the most challenging balance? Why?
  • What types of locomotion did you choose? How did you link your balance and locomotion together? 

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 6

Learning Intention

Learning Intention

Lesson Information

Yoga – Betsy the Banana (11:42)

Equipment

  • Laptop/Ipad
  • Mat/carpet
  • Water

Lesson:

  • Use the above link to watch the Yoga workout, there are also other yoga videos you can try on different days this week.
  • Play the YouTube video and follow the poses.

Modifications:

  • Go at your own pace
  • Try your best

Reflection

  • Did you enjoy the Yoga workout?
  • Would you recommend it to anyone else?
  • What’s the secret Yoga code word?

Please click on the link and complete lesson reflection. https://tinyurl.com/g4trial

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 5

Learning Intention

To aim and throw at targets.

Lesson Information

Knock ‘em Down

Equipment

(You can use any of these pieces of equipment to throw and use as targets)

  • 4 cones and 10 bean bags

or

  • 4 plastic bottles and rolled up socks

or

  • 4 Empty Milk bottles and Newspaper rolled up as balls.

Lesson:

  • choose the layout of the 4 cones as targets then stand 4m away with the bean bag.
  • Person 1 selects which target, person 2 must aim for first.
  • Pairs count how many throws it takes for person 2 to hit all 4 targets.
  • Pairs switch roles and repeat.
  • Repeat activity so you attempt to knock down targets in the shortest number of throws focusing on control of effort and use of underarm throw.

Modifications:

  • Increase/decrease amount of targets
  • Increase/decrease distance between throwers and targets

Reflection

Which throw was the most successful?

What adjustments did you have to make? If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 4

Learning Intention

Performing a range of complex static and dynamic balances on different body parts.

Lesson Information

Balance Bingo

Directions

  • Hold each balance for minimum of 5 seconds and then cross it off the board (or place a counter on the picture)
  • Once you have a counter on each of the balancing tasks in a line you can call out BINGO.
  • Try and see how many different ways you get Bingo on the board.
  • You can also play with a partner and take turns attempting different balances to make bingo.

Reflection

What was the hardest balancing task?

What could you do to improve your balancing ability?

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 3

Learning Intention

To create and participate in a fitness circuit.

Lesson Information

1-minute Challenge

Complete each exercise for 60 seconds, then rest for 20 seconds. Complete the next exercise.                          

Keep going until all exercises are complete.

(Watch the instructional video on how to correctly complete these exercises)

  1. Plank
  2. Run on the spot (high knees)
  3. Burpees
  4. 5 left hand jabs/5 right hand jabs (shadow punch)
  5. Alternating lunges jumps
  6. Star jumps
  7. Wall sit

REPEAT CIRCUIT X 3

Reflection

Will practising these exercises improve your heart rate?

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 2

Learning Intention

Develop problem solving, balance, strength and conditioning in indoor settings.

Lesson Information

Connect 4 Relays

Directions:

  • Print / Draw the connect 4 board or use an actual connect 4 board.
  • Use a pencil or marker to mark off the paper stencil (use a different colour to the person you are versing)
  • Place the connect 4 board/paper across the room at least 4m
  • Start the game by counting down 3-2-1 go!
  • Run to your designated area and complete
  • 5 star jumps
  • 5 squats
  • The quicker you can move the faster you will be able to mark the board.
  • Keep going back and forth until someone connects 4.

Reflection

How did you find incorporating fitness with a board game? 

Will this improve your fitness and your heart rate?

If you would like to share your learning with me, send an email to: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au  


Lesson 1

Learning Intention

Accurately measure my resting, exercise and recovery heart rate.

Lesson Information

  • To find your resting heart rate, sit down and make sure you are calm.

(follow the instructions on the video)

  • Find your exercising heart rate by completing the 3 trials below.
  • After finding your Exercising heart rate, wait 5 minutes then find your recovery heart rate. Does your heart rate go down?

 Trial one: Run on the spot as fast as you can for 20 seconds

(Wait 5 min and then take your recovery heart rate)

  • Trial two: Star Jumps for 20 seconds.

(Wait 5 min and then take your recovery heart rate)

  • Trial three Run on the spot for 20 seconds – does your heart rate increase?

(Wait 5 min and then take your recovery heart rate)

Reflection

  1. Is having a low heart rate a good thing?
  2. Does your recovery heart rate increase after the 3 trials?

If you would like to share your learning, send me an email: achazbek@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au