Health and Physical Education

Unit 4 – Foundation Year – Cape York Challenges
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Teaching Resource

In Cape York Challenges, students will develop cooperative skills through play-based activities. Students will describe how their bodies respond to locomotor and non-locomotor movement challenges in small and large groups.

Learning Objectives
In Lessons 1 to 7, students learn to:      
  1. complete a one-hand strike with and without equipment        
  2. complete a one-hand strike with a large racquet/bat 
  3. dodge an opponent and communicate with words and actions to problem-solve      
  4. maintain balance       
  5. skip, hop and jump      
  6. spin a hula hoop
  7. control the parachute and demonstrate how individual movements contribute to the team’s movement.
Observations of individual skill components during each lesson and formal assessment in Lessons 8 and 9. Students to be assessed on performance of skill and active involvement in class activities.
Complete This Unit 
Lesson 1: One-hand strike
Lesson 2: One-hand strike
Lesson 3: Dodging
Lesson 4: Balance
Lesson 5: Skip, hop, jump
Lesson 6: Hula hoop
Lesson 7: Parachute games
Lesson 8: Assessment
Lesson 9: Assessment

Lesson objective

Success criteria

I do

We do

You do

Edit: peer feedback

Effective feedback


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