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HANDBALL UNIT







Some sources for the assessment task:



MYP 3 and 4:


This is a scientific article that is related to the assessment task. You can use it to have some ideas about how to connect the fitness components to the handball positions.


J Strength Cond Res. 2014 Jan;28(1):117-25. 

Physical performance profile of handball players is related to playing position and playing class.

Abstract

The purpose of the study was to compare anthropometric data and physical performance characteristics between different playing positions in professional team handball. Furthermore, a comparison between performance profiles of first and second division players was made. Thirty-four male professional handball players were recruited. Measurement of heart rates (HRs) during official games anthropometric data, sprint ability, jumping performance, throwing velocity, and endurance performance were determined and analyzed with respect to playing position. In a further step, additional 31 players from German second division were recruited to compare their profile on each position with profile of the first division players. Players of wings and backs positions had highest average HRs during game, best times in 30-m sprint tests, best jumping performance, and best anaerobic endurance performance. Similarly, backs and wings reached highest throwing velocities. Regarding anthropometric characteristics, wings were players with lowest body height and weight, whereas pivots were heaviest players and players with highest body mass index (BMI). We further found that wings from first division had a better sprint performance compared with wings from second division. Furthermore, pivots from first division had higher BMI and drop jump performance. Our data demonstrated a close relationship of anthropometric data, physical performance characteristic, and the playing position of handball. These information might be helpful for the assessment and evaluation of talents and may help to develop and optimize position-specific training regimes and identification of talents.



Information about the positions:

http://www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/sport/handball/player-positions.html


5 minutes video about positions, rules and strategies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6RcTHNlxto



MYP 1 and 2


Information about the positions:

http://www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/sport/handball/player-positions.html


5 minutes video about positions, rules and strategies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6RcTHNlxto







Some sources for the 3 x 3 Basketball Unit   :-)


Best 10 FIBA plays

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhQwzK7hT4g

4 Shooting Drills that lead to good shooting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWZJDSBaOwY

Ball Handling Drills 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUrJeUDZq-8

At Home Basketball Dribbling Drills

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMndXQmxhxY

Ball handling beginners

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef1N4vXMINQ






                                                                                                             

MYP 3 and 4

Unit: 3 x 3 Basketball                                              

Key concept: Development                                                              Related concepts: Perspectives and Refinement

Global context: Orientation in space and time

Statement of inquiry: We can develop and refine specific sport skills by looking through different perspectives of the same sport.

Assessment criteria: A- Knowing and understanding, B- Planning for performance and C- Applying and performing.


Every week we are going to do 1) and 2) in the first lesson of the week. Number 3) is homework for the following lesson (second lesson of the week), so you must bring it because we are going to use it during the lesson. Number 4) is to be delivered until the end of the unit.        


                           SMART

                                                                                            

Week 1: rules, skills and relationship between Basketball and 3x3 basketball.


Week 2

Basketball skill: Shooting

Development process:

1)    1)Practice the following shooting movements according to information provided:   4)

Shot

Jump shot

Lay up

2)    2)Identify your weaknesses.

3)    3)Develop and describe 2 exercises to improve your shooting. Choose one type of shoot. Use SMART.

4)    4) Describe a 3 x 3 match situation in which you use one of these shooting movements.


Week 3

Basketball skill: Dribbling

Development process:

1) Practice the following dribbling movements:

Crossover

Between legs

Behind the back

Spin

 2) Identify your weaknesses.

 3) Develop and describe 2 exercises to improve your dribbling. You can chose as many dribbling movements as you want. Use SMART.

4) Describe a 3 x 3 match situation in which you use one of these dribbling movements.

  

Week 4

Basketball skill: Passing

1) Practice the following passes:

Chest pass

Bounced pass

Overhead pass

Right/ left hand pass

Behind the back

 2) Identify your weaknesses.

3) Develop and describe 2 exercises to improve your passes. You can chose as many passes as you want. Use SMART.

4) Describe a 3 x 3 match situation in which you use one of these passes.

       


MYP 1 and 2 

Unit: 3 x 3 Basketball                                              

Key concept: Development                                                              Related concepts: Perspectives and Refinement

Global context: Orientation in space and time

Statement of inquiry: We can develop and refine specific sport skills by looking through different perspectives of the same sport.

Assessment criteria: A- Knowing and understanding, B- Planning for performance and C- Applying and performing.

Every week we are going to do 1) in the first lesson of the week. Number 2) is homework for the following lesson (second lesson of the week), so you must bring it because we are going to use it during the lesson.


SMART                  
                                                                    
                     

 

Week 1: rules, skills and relationship between Basketball and 3x3 basketball.

Week 2

Basketball skill: Shooting

Development process:

1)   Practice with your group the following shooting movements according to information provided: 2)

Shot

Jump shot

Lay up

2)   Design a shooting program to use as warm up (10 min) using SMART.           

 

Week 3

Basketball skill: Dribbling

Development process:

1)  Practice with your group the following dribbling movements:

Crossover

Between legs

Behind the back

Spin

2)  Design a dribbling program to use as warm up (10 min) using SMART

 

 

Week 4

Basketball skill: Passing

1)  Practice with your group the following passes:

Chest pass

Bounced pass

Overhead pass

Right/ left hand pass

Behind the back

2) Design a passing program to use as warm up (10 min) using SMART





TEAM SPORTS UNIT



Do you want to know more about Goalball and other Paralympic Sports?

Visit http://www.rio2016.com/en/the-games/paralympic/sports/goalball

Source: www.rio2016.com



On the International Floorball Federation (IFF) website you can find more information about the sport and international news. There is also a link to the Swedish Federation, where you can find news and information about the Swedish teams.

Visit  http://www.floorball.org/default.asp



Do you think Touch Rugby is easy? What about trying to play Wheelchair Rugby?

Visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9xKY0zzZSs




ASSESSMENT ESSAY


Unit: Team Sports

Key concept: Communication

Related concept: Interaction

Statement of inquiry: “For a team to function effectively, all team members must interact and communicate clearly”

  

MYP 1


Deadline: 12/11

 

The students will:

1) Use their Ipads to film each other (working in pairs).

2) Watch their video and also watch one or both movies: “Remember the Titans” and/or “Coach Carter”.

3) Analyse their performance as team players.

4) Answer the following questions:

 

-What is teamwork?

-How was teamwork shown during the movie?

-Were you a good team player during the classes? Why? Give examples and use the movie to support your arguments.

 

 Criterion A: Knowing and understanding

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MYP 2


Deadline: 11/11

 

1) The teacher will film the students during a match. The video will be shown to the class.

2) The students will watch one or both movies: “Remember the Titans” and/or “Coach Carter”.

3) The students will analyse their performance as team players and answer the following questions:

 

How was your performance regarding to teamwork during the Unit? Compare all the sports and games we played. Use the movie examples to support your arguments.

 

 

Criterion A: Knowing and understanding

Criterion B: Planning for performance

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MYP 3


Deadline: 12/11


1) The teacher will film the students during a match. The video will be shown to the class.

2) The students will watch one or both movies: “Remember the Titans” and/or “Coach Carter”.

3) The students will analyse their performance as team players and answer the following questions (always using the movie(s) as examples or as comparison):

 

1) During the Team Sports Unit, were you a good communicator? Compare your ability to communicate during the sports* we played.

 

2) Do you believe that the way you communicated affected your team performance (positively or negatively)?  

 

3) How was your interaction with your teammates during the matches?

 

Criterion B: Planning for performance

Criterion C: Applying and performing

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 MYP 4


Deadline: 13/11


1) The teacher will film the students during a match. The video will be shown to the class.

2) The students will watch one or both movies: “Remember the Titans” and/or “Coach Carter”.

3) The students will analyse their performance as team players and answer the following questions (always using the movie(s) as examples or as comparison):


General questions:

1) What are the characteristics of a good communicator?

 

2) How can communication affect performance?

 

3) Could interactions be affected by communication in team sports?

 

Personal questions:

1) During the Team Sports Unit, were you a good communicator? Compare your ability to communicate during the sports* we played.

 

2) Do you believe that the way you communicated affected your team performance (positively or negatively)?  

 

3) How was your interaction with your teammates during the matches? 

Criterion C: Applying and performing

Criterion D: Reflecting and improving performance

 

 

 

 

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MYP 4A and 4B PRESENTATION:


Group 1: 18/09
Group 2: 28/09
Group 3: 05/10

 

Unit: Team Sports

 

Key concept: Communication

  

1) Create a game:

 

Each group will create a game based on previous experiences with games and sports. The games must have rules and strategies to be followed and the players must have roles. The remaining two groups will follow the information provided in the best way possible, showing good communication and organisation.
 
After the game presentation, the group of the day and the other two groups (working in their own groups) will answer the following questions:
 
Question for the group: Do you think the groups were able to follow the instructions and to organize themselves through good communication? Why? How can they improve?
 
Question for the students: Do you think the presentation group  was able to express what they wanted through good communication? Why? How can they improve?
 
2) Write the answers by hand.

Assessment criteria:
Criterion C: Applying and performing

Criterion D: Reflecting and improving performance
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