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Ryan Boddie Floor Hockey PHED 239- Module 4: High School, Dr.

Mangano Springfield College Modified Games Portfolio 11/11/13

Game 1- Keep Away Game 2- Scooter Keep Away Game 3- Ultimate Floor Hockey Game 4- World Cup Floor Hockey Game 5- Gates Game Game 6- Hockey Golf

Game 1 Name: Keep away Teams: Players will be split into 4 teams 5 on each team, Students will be broken up by grade so freshman and sophomores on one half and junior and seniors on the other half. Facility: Gym will be split into 2 halves with two teams on each side. Equipment: Floor hockey sticks (20-25), Cones (50), 4 tennis balls (2 for each game) Focus: Be able to pass the ball 10 times. Objective: Be able to tell the teacher the rules of the game before the activity is started (NASPE 3). Be able to use the proper skill cues indicated by the teacher at the start of the lesson (NASPE 1). Make sure to compliment your teammates at least once during the game (NASPE 5). Rules: Pass the ball at least 10 times before scoring a point Only way the score a point is to reach the other side Each student must pass the ball at least one time in order for the point to count Keeping the hockey stick below the waist/knees at all times (subject to ejection)

Safety Tips: DO NOT LET THE HOCKEY STICKS LEAVE THE GROUND Diagram: Game 1 Game 2

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Extensions: Easier- Pass the ball 5 times Harder- Make sure each student touches the ball 2 times each before the point can be scored References Teaching games for understanding. (2010, February 03). Retrieved from http://tgfu.wikifoundry.com/account/shynkaryk

Game 2
Name: Scooter Keep-away Teams: Students will be split into two teams with 10 on each team; skill levels mixed Facility: Entire gymnasium will be used Equipment: 20 Scooters, 10 pinnies, 2 tennis balls, 2 gator balls, 2 rubber balls, 10 sticks Focus: Use the passing skills along with team communication to score against the other team Objective: Be able to communicate with your team in order to score points (NASPE 5). Demonstrate proper use of passing skill cues throughout the game (NASPE 1). Be able to tell the teacher what the skill cues for passing are before the game is started (NASPE 2). Description - Procedure/Rules: Similar to the previous keep-away game, students will now play full court keep-away with the 4 teams now forming 2 large teams while sitting on scooters. The center line will divide the teams to begin. Both teams will get a scooter and only one team will get pinnies to designate who is on what team. Teams will attempt

to score by receiving a pass from their team in the opposing team's end zone. The end zone will be designated with large cones. A minimum of 10 passes must be made. ** If there are not enough scooters for everyone, then the players on each team that do not have scooter will be placed around the gymnasium with a hockey stick and their objective is to block the passes that come near them. Rules: Must pass the ball at least 10 times before the score will count After every score ball is brought to the center to restart for face off Ball is put in play by the teacher every time 2 students face off for the ball

Safety Considerations: Because scooters are being used, students need to be more careful of how fast they're going. Body and scooter control is important. If there is a driver for the scooter, students will have to be careful as to how fast they're pushing their partner. Crashes must be avoided or the game will be terminated. Extensions: Easier- Make the end zones larger Harder- Make the end zones smaller Diagram: 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2

References Teaching games for understanding. (2010, February 03). Retrieved from http://tgfu.wikifoundry.com/account/shynkaryk

Game 3 Name: Ultimate Floor Hockey Teams: Players will be split into 4 teams with 5 on each team; Students will be given a number 1-4 and will be placed on teams based on their number. Facility: Gym will be split into 2 halves with two teams on each side. Equipment: Floor hockey sticks (20-25), Cones (50), 4 tennis balls (2 for each game) Focus: Be able to pass the ball 5 times and stop once they receive the ball. Objective: Be able to tell the teacher they enjoyed or didnt enjoy playing the activity today at the end of the lesson (NASPE 6). Be able to use the proper skill cues of striking and passing indicated by the teacher at the start of the lesson (NASPE 1). Make sure to work as a team during the game (NASPE 5). Rules: Pass the ball at least 5 times before scoring a point Only way to score is by reaching the end zone Each student must pass the ball at least one time in order for the point to count Once the student has the ball they must freeze with the ball and get rid of it within 3 seconds Stick must not leave the ground at any time (subject to ejection)

Safety Concerns: Students must keep their sticks below the waist at all times. Students should practice proper court awareness and keep their head up when running. This activity is a noncontact game.

Extensions: Easier- Make the end zone larger Harder- Separate the end zone into 2 squares instead of 1 large rectangle Diagram:

References Teaching games for understanding. (2010, February 03). Retrieved from http://tgfu.wikifoundry.com/account/shynkaryk

Game 4
Name: World Cup Floor Hockey Teams: Students will be split into 4 teams. They will be split by the students will get into 4 groups of 5 and each student will get a number 1-5 and they will get with the people that have the same number as you. Facility: Entire gymnasium will be used Equipment: 4 nets, 20 hockey sticks, 7 tennis balls, 7 gator balls, 7

soccer balls, 7 wiffle balls, 7 plastic pucks, 4 sets of 4 different colored pinnies (Each team is a different color) Focus: Use the passing and shooting skills along with team communication to score against the other 3 teams. Objective: Be able to communicate with your team in order to score points against the other 3 teams (NASPE 5). Demonstrate proper use of passing and shooting skills throughout the game (NASPE 1). Be able to tell the teacher what they enjoyed most about the game during the closure of the lesson (NASPE 2). Description - Procedure/Rules: Students will be divided into 4 teams. Pinnies will be used to differentiate teams. Nets will be put on their sides in each corner of the gym. Students will attempt to score on one of the three opposing nets by passing, shooting and striking the net of an opposing team. To begin, place 2 balls on the court and add more. Once a goal is scored the team who was just scored upon will begin with the ball/puck. All four teams are trying to score on their opponents nets simultaneously. **Teams may or may not begin with a goalie (depending on the skill level) Rules: 2 balls start in each teams respected area All of the balls will be on the court at the start of the game Game is started and stop by the teacher (Start is one whistle and 3 short whistles stops game play) Point is scored when an opposing team makes the goal A goal is scored by being shot under the net Once goal is scored it is up to the team that just got scored on to start the passing and shooting again

Safety Considerations: Students must keep their sticks below the waist at all times. Students should practice proper court awareness and keep their head up when running. This activity is a non-contact game Extensions:

Easier- more balls or pucks for each team Harder- Less balls or pucks for each team Diagram:

References Teaching games for understanding. (2010, February 03). Retrieved from http://tgfu.wikifoundry.com/account/shynkaryk

Game 5 Name: Gates Game Teams: Players will be split into 4 teams of 5, Students will be split by assigning a student to each corner of the gymnasium. Facility: Gym will be split into 4 with two teams on each side. Equipment: Floor hockey sticks (20-25), Cones (50), 4 tennis balls (2 for each game)

Focus: Work on base position, defending zones, looking for open spaces, guarding zones and working as a team. Objective: Be able to tell each member in their group one thing that they did correctly throughout the game (NASPE 6). Be able to use the proper skill cues of striking, passing, and blocking indicated by the teacher at the start of the lesson (NASPE 1). Make sure to work as a team during the activity (NASPE 5). Rules: Score as many points as possible Score by running through a series of gates (2 cones = gate) guarded by the opposing team. Pass the ball to your teammates Each gate will be guarded by another team The point is to make it past each team by scoring in their gate The gates cannot be guarded by a goalie All students must play man to man on each other Once you score in one gate the team moves to the next one Gates are stationed around the gymnasium All the other teams are coming up with strategies to protect their gate and how they are going to score on the other teams gates Time limit of 3 minutes per gate

Safety Concerns: Students must keep their sticks below the waist at all times. Students should practice proper court awareness and keep their head up when running. This activity is a noncontact game. Extensions: Easier- Make the gates larger Harder- make the gates smaller and allow a defender

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Reference: Floor hockey. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://education2.uvic.ca/Faculty/thopper/Middle09/Pam/Game s_Unit/Floor_Hockey.html

Game 6 Name: Hockey Golf Teams: Students will be split into 4 teams of 5; the students will be in a line. Every other student will sit down. Then the students will be split by the teacher into the other 2 teams and the same thing will happen for the students who are sitting.

Facility: Whole gymnasium is used Equipment: 10 hula-hoops (Square), 20 hockey sticks,10 hot spots (oval), 10 jump ropes (triangle) Focus: Use the passing and shooting skills along with team communication to score on the targets around the gym. Objective: Be able to communicate with your team in order to score points by hitting the targets (NASPE 5). Demonstrate proper use of passing and shooting skills throughout the activity (NASPE 1). Be able to tell each teammate 1 good thing that they did during the lesson (NASPE 2). Description - Procedure/Rules: Students will be divided into 4 teams. gymnasium are targets. Each target has team, try to accumulate as many points with the most points at the end of the winner.

Scattered around the a point value. With your as they can. The team time period is the

Rules: Pass the ball at least 1 time before shooting on the target Hula-hoop is worth 1 point Jump rope is worth 2 points Hot spot is worth 5 points Each team is responsible to keep their own score Students will rotate to the right

Safety Considerations: Students must keep their sticks below the waist at all times. Students should practice proper court awareness and keep their head up when traveling from target to target. Extensions: Easier- only one person has to shoot before going to the next target

Harder- everyone has to shoot the ball before moving to the next target

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