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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Menyerang dan Memadang (Striking and Fielding)

STRIKING AND FIELDING

TEACHING GAMES FOR UNDERSTANDING

Organizational Aspects of Fielding Games

Fielding Games are best played outdoors. When playing indoors, use light or foam balls for greater safety and to decrease the distance travelled. Set up the games so that batters hit the ball outwards. Use tees and oversized balls for beginner strikers. In games where a pitcher or bowler is used, improvise some sort of a back drop (a folded mat standing up in an inverted “V” works well). Use small groups to increase opportunities for active participation, but keep safety in mind. When practising skills, have children pair off. One can

practice the skill, while the other does a peer assessment. The peer assessment should be completed with an appropriate amount of guidance and structure, and should consider only one element at a time. A skill card, or assessment tool, can be used. This approach can

contribute to cognitive learning and will help keep practice situations safe.

STRIKING/FIELDING GAME:

SPOTLESS

Object

To fill the basket with balls before the leader can empty it

Equipment

Large number of soft balls, basket or tub

How to Play

Begin with a basket full of soft balls in the centre of the

playing area. The leader empties the basket as quickly as

possible by rolling or throwing the balls around the playing

area. “Custodians” bring the balls back one at a time to fill

the pail. After an appropriate time period, allow

“custodians” to claim victory after the leader “collapses.”

Safety

No throwing balls into the basket

Variation

Use various pieces of soft equipment

(e.g., rubber chickens, sponges)

Think About…

• Being aware of space

• Teamwork, pass the ball to teammates that are closer to the pail

Main Skill Focus Tactical Focus Level of Complexity

Manipulation Covering Space Moderate (Collecting) in the Field Adapted from the PlaySport resource.

SKILLS INVOLVED IN

STRIKING/FIELDING GAMES

Body Management Skills

Locomotor: running, sliding, jumping, leaping

Non-locomotor: starting, stopping, ready position,

bending, reaching

Manipulative Skills:

With hands: throwing

a) Sending Skills:

With an implement: striking

b) Receiving Skills:

Catching

c) Retaining Skills:

Fielders running

with ball

Basic strategies

common to all

STRIKING/FIELDING

GAMES

• Send objects into open spaces

• Position players for best coverage of the playing area

• Players reposition to back up teammates

1 comments:

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