Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Cmiyc/ catch me if you can

Every week we learn about skills and movement that will help us play sports. This term’s focus has been around defense. We made a video showing some of the goals we have been practicing. I have highlighted the thing I think I have done well YELLOW and one thing I would like to work on PINK.
WALT: Defensive skills and movements
Success Criteria:
Body Movement
  • Weight on balls of feet (yellow)
  • Feet shoulder width apart(yellow)
  • Knees flexed(pink)
  • Concentration and eyes on ball, head and eyes up (yellow)
  • Push hard off outside foot and go forwards to attack pass(yellow)
  • Quick small feet, stay on balls of feet(yellow)
  • Arms within confines of body(yellow)
  • Take feet to ball(yellow)
  • Land with a SBP(pink
  • Body angled to see player and ball (yellow)
  • Anticipate pass and player movement (pink)
Restrictive Marking
  • Meet player as they start towards the ball/where they want to go (pink)
  • stay close to the attacking player(yellow)
  • Head and eyes up, arms close to body to avoid obstruction/contact(yellow)
  • Angle body so attacking player is ‘pushed’ away from where he/she wants to go(yellow)
  • 0.9m from ball carrier(yellow)

Copy link below to see video

  • Your video/s should be no more than 30secs long.
  • Capture you demonstrating the Success Criteria- Defense!
Evaluation: i think i did well at catch me because I'm not really good but I still try my best.
I think I could work on flexing my knees

Feedback/Feedforward: i like  how you told people in your evaluation that your not really good at catch me but you still try.
I think you could get better at SBP because when we do catch me you never really do it.

Gracie ;)

1 comment:

  1. Kia Ora, Devin.

    I really like how you have told us that you try hard at CMIYC even if you don't like it! Ka pai! That is being a self-agent learner! I think that if you keep trying hard you will be able to bend your knees when you land. You have been really honest when thinking about the success criteria.

    Great job, Gracie!