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Invasion Games Lesson Plans Primary PE

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Unlock the potential of your students in invasion games with our comprehensive 6-week Invasion Games Lesson Plans Primary PE Planning. Explicitly designed for Year 3 students, this program is tailored to enhance their skills in popular invasion games like basketball and handball.

Through engaging activities, small-sided games, and strategic exercises, students will develop their technical abilities and foster teamwork and effective communication. With a final assessment at the end of the program, you can evaluate their progress and measure their understanding of the concepts covered.

Key benefits of our Invasion Games Lesson Plans Primary PE Planning:

  1. Skill Development: Each week focuses on introducing and honing specific skills, ensuring students have a solid foundation in the fundamental techniques required for invasion games. 

  2. Small-Sided Games: Students will actively participate in small-sided games, providing them with ample opportunities to apply their skills, make tactical decisions, and experience the excitement of gameplay.

  3. Strategy Building: Our lesson plans incorporate strategic exercises that challenge students to think critically, make informed decisions, and work collaboratively with their teammates to achieve game objectives. 

  4. Teamwork and Communication: Through cooperative activities and game scenarios, students will develop essential teamwork skills, such as cooperation, collaboration, and effective communication, fostering a positive and inclusive environment.

  5. Comprehensive Assessment: The final assessment enables you to assess individual progress and evaluate students' understanding of invasion game concepts, allowing for targeted feedback and further development.

Empower your students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in invasion games with our Invasion Games Lesson Plans Primary PE Planning. Watch them grow in confidence, sportsmanship, and strategic thinking as they embark on this exciting physical education journey.

For more resources, check out our Games Year 3 Lesson Plans Primary, Top 15 Games for Primary PE, and Summer Term Lesson Inspiration.

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Four Key Benefits of using our Invasion Games Lesson Plans 

Comprehensive Skill Development

This scheme of work covers all the fundamental skills required in invasion games, such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. This allows PE teachers to ensure that their students are well-rounded and competent in all aspects of the game.

Emphasis on Teamwork: The scheme significantly emphasises teamwork, teaching students how to work together effectively in a game situation. This helps PE teachers instil essential values such as cooperation and communication in their students.

Incorporation of Strategy

The scheme introduces students to the strategic aspects of invasion games, encouraging them to think critically and make strategic decisions during a game. This can help PE teachers develop their students' problem-solving skills and tactical understanding.

Inclusive Assessment

The scheme includes a comprehensive final assessment that evaluates students' knowledge, understanding, and application of skills in invasion games. The assessment is differentiated to accommodate different abilities and needs, ensuring that all students have an equal opportunity to demonstrate their skills and understanding.

Emphasis on Teamwork

The scheme of work places a significant emphasis on teamwork, teaching students how to work together effectively in a game situation. This helps PE teachers instil important values such as cooperation and communication in their students.

Scheme of Work Outline

Weeks 1-2:

Introduction to Invasion Games and Teamwork

In the first two weeks, students are introduced to different types of
invasion games and their rules. They play modified versions of games
such as basketball, football, and netball to familiarise themselves with the basic concepts. In the second week, the focus shifts towards teamwork and cooperation. Students work in teams, emphasising passing, receiving and scoring to understand the importance of these skills in invasion games.

Week 3-4:

Movement Control and Defensive Strategies

Weeks 3 and 4 are dedicated to movement control and defensive strategies. The students practice different movement patterns and
control techniques, such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. They also
learn about defensive strategies, including positioning, marking, and
intercepting. These activities provide students with the necessary skills to navigate and control the game effectively.

Weeks 5-6:

Scenario-Based Games and Review

The final two weeks involve scenario-based games and a review of the material covered. Students play games such as 3 on 3 or 4 on 4, applying their learned concepts and strategies. In the last week, students play a full game and reflect on their progress. They discuss what they have learned and identify areas for improvement. This reflection allows them to acknowledge their progress and set goals for their future learning.