Kicking and Punting

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Part 24 Key Points. Kicking Requires precision, body control, purpose of contact, power and directionProvide an assortment of kicking chances to create establishment of kicking aptitudes for use in different amusements. Part 24 Key Points. Showing Kicking Precontrol Level TasksChildren need hone opportunities:In just reaching a stationary ballTapping ball while moving behind itExplorat

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Section 24 Kicking and Punting

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Chapter 24 Key Points Kicking Requires exactness, body control, purpose of contact, constrain and bearing Provide an assortment of kicking chances to create establishment of kicking abilities for use in different diversions

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking Precontrol Level Tasks Children require rehearse openings: In just reaching a stationary ball Tapping ball while moving behind it Exploration exercises ought to include: Use of an assortment of balls Kicking everywhere focuses for the sake of entertainment Approaching and kicking a stationary ball

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Control Level Tasks Develop undertakings that help youngsters: Make reliable contact with ball Kick for precision Kick in various headings and different paces Kick with an accomplice Contact the ball with various parts of the foot.

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Utilization Level Tasks Focus on precision and control in more perplexing element circumstances Tasks can include kicking for exactness and separation Should be charming difficulties including performing aptitudes moving and in connection to a rival

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Proficiency Level Tasks Involve amusement circumstance with vast number of players, requiring comprehension of complex connections and key improvements (offense and protection ideas) Box 24-2 and Box 24-3 show key perception focuses for right/mistaken kicking frames which can be utilized to assess understudies' formative level and utilized as reason for choosing proper instructional undertakings Progression winding proposes a grouping for creating kicking

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Kicking (cont) Activities found in content Identifies Tasks Identifies Challenges Assessment thoughts found all through section

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Chapter 24 Key Points Punting Is the ability of kicking a ball that has been discharged from the hands, while it is still noticeable all around A troublesome expertise requiring the coordination of different body developments Introduced simply after kids have rehearsed other kicking aptitudes

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting Precontrol Level Tasks Enjoyable investigation encounters in reaching lightweight balls with the foot, both after skip and before it achieves ground Provide encounters where youngsters hurl collect and endeavor to reach ball, after it ricochet, with knee or leg as opposed to foot

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Control Level Tasks Provide chances to work on punting for separation, stature and precision utilizing diverse balls Should help kids Consistently reach ball Drop ball rather hurl it Move to reach the ball

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Utilization Level Tasks Involve consolidating punting with different variables, for example, Partner connections Time limits Accuracy Dynamic Situations

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Proficiency Level Tasks Involve hone in erratic, dynamic circumstances Used in diversion circumstances that include Traveling Complex connections Punting for precision and separation

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Key Observation focuses in Box 24-43 demonstrate amend/inaccurate punting shapes which can be utilized to assess understudies' formative level and utilized as reason for choosing suitable instructional errands Progression winding recommends a succession for creating punting

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Chapter 24 Key Points Teaching Punting (cont) Activities found in content Identifies Tasks Identifies Challenges Assessment thoughts found all through section

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Progression Spiral for the Skill Theme of Kicking • PROFICIENCY LEVEL Playing Cone Soccer Playing Alley Soccer Playing Soccer Keep‑Away Playing Minisoccer Kicking at a moving target Kicking at little stationary targets • UTILIZATION LEVEL Playing two‑on‑one soccer Passing to an accomplice when all is said in done space Kicking to a making a trip accomplice Kicking to an accomplice from different edges Playing Soccer Golf Playing one‑on‑one soccer Traveling and kicking for an objective Performing a persistent tap/spill and alter of course Changing bearings: tap/spill • CONTROL LEVEL Keeping It Perfect: Zero, Zero Dribbling around stationary obstructions Traveling in pathways Starting and halting Tapping the ball along the ground (soccer spill) Kicking to an accomplice Kicking a moving ball from a stationary position Kicking to targets Kicking to a separation zone Kicking for separation Kicking noticeable all around Kicking on the ground • PRECONTROL LEVEL Tapping the ball (as in soccer) Approaching a stationary ball and Kicking everywhere targets Kicking a stationary ball from a stationary position

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Progression Spiral for the Skill Theme of Punting • PROFICIENCY LEVEL Playing Punt‑Over Punting while voyaging Receiving and punting against adversaries • UTILIZATION LEVEL Playing Rush the Circle Punting inside a constrained time Receiving a pass, then Punting to an accomplice Punting at edges • CONTROL LEVEL Punting for tallness Punting for precision Using punting zones Punting for separation Punting distinctive sorts of balls Punting with an approach Punting over low ropes Punting for consistency • PRECONTROL LEVEL Dropping and punting Dropping, skipping, and kicking lightweight balls

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