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Athletics Interview Lesson

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by lucywig, May 2, 2012.

  1. lucywig

    lucywig New commenter

    Hi All,
    I have been asked to teach 30 min interview lesson on athletics specifically jumping. Not sure if they have a pit have emailed to ask that. Does anyone have any good ideas that could make my lesson stand out? Any help would be much appreicated!

    Thanks!
     
  2. lucywig

    lucywig New commenter

    Hi All,
    I have been asked to teach 30 min interview lesson on athletics specifically jumping. Not sure if they have a pit have emailed to ask that. Does anyone have any good ideas that could make my lesson stand out? Any help would be much appreicated!

    Thanks!
     
  3. What age are the students? Do they mean high jump, long jump or triple jump, or can you choose?
     
  4. 30 mins is not long.

    Focus on one or two objectives, get the students teaching each other the teaching points you identify with them. Have a section for peer assessment in there.

    Good luck
     

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