The Year 5 and 6 curriculum supports students to refine and further develop a wide range of fundamental movement skills in more complex movement patterns and situations. They also apply their understanding of movement strategies and concepts when composing and creating movement sequences and participating in games and sport. Students in Years 5 and 6 further develop their understanding about movement as they learn to monitor how their body responds to different types of physical activity. In addition, they continue to learn to apply rules fairly and behave ethically when participating in different physical activities. Students also learn to effectively communicate and problem-solve in teams or groups in movement settings.
This learning overview provides 5 weeks of learning activities. By the end of the unit students will know the pre-shot decisions and skill executions for target games and be able to perform them in a variety of target games. Students will also understand how to apply critical and creative thinking to solving movement challenges in target games whilst working with others. Each lesson provides a formative assessment task to enable students to reflect on their learning. At the conclusion of the unit students will apply technical, tactical and personal and social skills in target games.
SACPSSA & ACHPER: Health and Physical Education-Home Learning Lesson Plans.
SACPSSA and ACHPER have collaborated to deliver a combined series of lesson plans that include warm-ups, fitness activities and games to develop movement skills, collaboration, problem solving and decision making. There are links to supporting resources and notes for parents giving tips about how to modify activities, question and support learning and reminders about key teaching points to support skill development for students learning at home.