Team Handball (Gr6)

This unit will prepare students for the following invasion games: soccer, basketball, and ultimate.  The skills learned on both offense and defense transfer neatly to the other thtree sports.

Grade level: 
Invasion Games
National Standards: 
Essential questions: 

How does your movement without the ball help your team maintain possession of the ball?
How does inactivity without the ball make it harder?
What skills are needed to play invasion games well?
How can team sports promote cooperation and friendship?

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Unit Goals/Objectives: 

The students will be able to:

  1. Accept each other, and work cooperatively in small groups and teams to achieve goals.
  2. Pass, receive and move without the ball to keep it away from defenders.
  3. Master the concepts of cold, warm and hot defense.
  4. Show sportsmanship by praising all good plays that they see.  This can be shown by a simple, "nice play."
  5. Show respect, by staying on task, and helping each of their teammates to be successful.
  6. Develop offensive and defensive strategies to use in games
  7. Develop team skill by working together during practice sessions.
  8. Use fakes and movement without the ball in creative combinations
  9. Show perseverance when practice or games are challenging

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Mitchell, S., & Oslin, J. (2013). Teaching sport concepts and skills: A tactical games approach for ages 7 to 18 (Third ed.). Champaign, Illinois: Human KInetics.
SHAPE America. (2013). Grade-level outcomes for K-12 physical education. Reston, VA: Author.

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