Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Catch me

 Description:
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.




Body:
WALT: Defensive skills and movements
Success Criteria:
Body Movement
  • Weight on balls of feet
  • Feet shoulder width apart
  • Knees flexed
  • Concentration and eyes on ball, head and eyes up
  • Push hard off outside foot and go forwards to attack pass
  • Quick small feet, stay on balls of feet
  • Arms within confines of body
  • Take feet to ball
  • Land with a SBP
Intercepting
  • Body angled to see player and ball
  • Anticipate pass and player movement
Restrictive Marking
  • Meet player as they start towards the ball/where they want to go
  • stay close to the attacking player
  • Head and eyes up, arms close to body to avoid obstruction/contact
  • Angle body so attacking player is ‘pushed’ away from where he/she wants to go
  • 0.9m from ball carrier








By Harriet



Evlatoin:I think I am good at staying on the balls of my feet
I need to work on my piveting because I twirl not pivet.

Feed back and feed forward: Kate: I think next time you should make sure you record on you device.
But I like the way you described in the description even though you didn't have your movie to show me.



3 comments:

  1. Kia ora, Harriet.

    You have told us your strength for CMIYC but not the area you need to work on. You need to add this. I know the videos have been challenging to load but you need to add this to your post. Good try, Harriet. Strive for excellence in your work!

    Ka pai!

    Cindy

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  2. What has happened to your post today Harriet? Where is your Success Criteria? Please read through your post and fix up the spelling mistakes too.

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  3. It is really hard for me to comment on your defending skills from this video, but I do agree with your evaluation! Pivoting is tricky to master, but great to see you focusing on this.

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