Physical Education


Wednesday 7th February
HANDBALL(3ESO)



Wednesday 7th February
BADMINTON(1º&2ºESO)


Watch the next video to review the main shots in badminton






Thursday 21st February 2019

THEORY NOTES (4ºESO)




Tuesday 12th February 2019
QUIDDITCH (5ºA)



Extra Points: First you need to learn: Quidditch rules. Click on the next link: 

Extra Point: Generate your own Wizard name for Hogwarts: 
https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/fun-stuff/name-generator/ 

Extra Points: Investigate what is the Hogwarts slogan and its origin. 






Friday 31st January 2018
BASKETBALL (1ºESO)



Here you have some files to learn and practice on basket plays. 

Look at the examples and pay attention during practice class to understand. Don't forget to ask me in case of doubt. 

Friday 31st January 2018

FUTSAL (3ºESO)


Here you have the main concepts that you learn with your mates. 


At the end of the unit you must create some plays in gruops usig this sheet



Wednesday 9th January 2019


HANDBALL(6º)




You are going to elaborate in groups of 2-4 people a handball basic rules document. 

Watch the next VIDEO and try to understand the rules and write in a Word document explaining the following aspects:  

- Objetictive of the game. 
- Number of players
- How can you score a goal
- How can you advance
- Game duration
- Goal crease (area)
- 7 metre throw
- Dribble fault
- Substitutions
  
Remember: Use the subtitles option if you need help to understand the video or ask me in case of doubt. 

DON'T COPY AND PASTE THE INFO FROM INTERNET because it involves failing the trimester. I want you to understand the the rules through the video. You can give me the work as many times as you want to be corrected before Deadline 30th January


Make a good job. It will helps you to understand the sportto play better in the practical classes and to pass the exam
Don't forget to send your work at:

davidcasasplaza@gmail.com





Tuesday 8th January 2019

JUDO(2ºESO)

Click to dowload:  JUDO NOTES


JUDO BASIC RULES. 
To learn judo rules you are going to watch the next video: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BUDEaThCew


Then you're going to explain in a word or google document the next concepts: 
  1. Object of the game
  2. Name of judo players
  3. Ippon
  4. Waza-ari
  5. Duration of the match
  6. Requirements to win a judo match
  7. Two types of penalties
  8. Golden score

Deadline: 22th January 

As usual, copy and paste from internet is not allowed. 
You must obtain the information from the video and use your own words. 
The theorical work involves 40% and practice exam 60% in that Judo Unit.
Be careful with the work requirements (have a look at the end of this page). 

I hope you learn and have fun about this beautiful sport. 


Friday 2nd November 2018



BASKETBALL (4ºESO)


Check out what you are going to do on this UNIT. 

BASKET CONCEPTS

ASSASSEMENT SCALE




Technique aspects
Offensive Tactical aspects
Rules and defense





Thrusday 1st November 2018


YOUR OWN WORKOUT (3ºESO)





Visit the  link and download the document. Here you find out what we are going to do in Strength Unit and how we are going to evaluate you work. 

Carefully and lovely made, I provide a 
TABLE to fill with your Workout Exercises.



STRENGTH WORKOUT (2ºESO)

Visit the  link and download the document. Here you find out what we are going to do in Strength Unit and how we are going to evaluate you work. 

Wednesday 25th October 2107

UNIT 2 NOTES

Basic and Complex Motor Skills




Thrusday 1st November 2018.
STRETCHING




Click to DOWNLOAD the document about Stretching.


Most of these exercises have been done in our P.E. class. 
Practice and study it again for the exam.

Monday 17th September 2018.

TRAINING PLAN


ASSESSMENT SCALE

EXAMPLE 1

EXAMPLE 2




Monday 17th September 2018.

HOW SHOULD YOU SEND YOUR WORK






Wednesday 12th September 2018.

KNOW YOUR BODY

Here you can look the main muscles and joints that we've studied at the beginning of this year. 

Remember:


The stretching exercises don´t involve any movement, just postures. 




Joint mobility exercises involve movements.











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