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Grade:Grade7/8/9SportsPerformance

Unit:FloorHockey

Dates

LessonTitle

GLO

SLO

LearningActivities

Jan.20

Introduction
toFloor
Hockey

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

1.Introducestudentsto
thefloorhockeyunit
andoutlinethat
evaluationwillbe
basedonskill,self
evaluationandteacher
evaluation.
2.Outlinethesafety
protocolofthefloor
hockeyunitwiththe
students.Explainthat
anyignoranceofrules
willresultinsitting
out.
3.Fortheremainderof
theclass,pickteams
forstudentstoplay
gamesandrotateteams
every10minutes.
1.Performawarmup
forstudentstodoto
openclass.
2.Givestudentsthe
optionofcreatingtheir
ownteamsorhavinga
draftwherecaptains
picktheirownsquads.
3.Designatetherestof
gymtimeforstudents

Jan.21

TeamDraft
and
Exhibition
game

A
C

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

Assessment

Observation

Observation

Dates:Jan.20thtoJan.31th
Safety

Instructional
Strategies

Equipment

Motivation

Positive
Reinforcement

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Hockey
Balls

Modeling
Competition

Benches

Hockey
Balls
Benches

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

toplayanexhibition
gamewiththeirnewly
formedteams.
Jan.22

Jan.23

TeamName
and1stGame

TeamLogo
and2ndGame

A
C

A
C

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Breakthestudents
backintotheirteams
choseninthelast
lesson;theteamswill
nowpicktheir
respectiveteamname.
3.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
begintheirseasonby
playingtheirfirst
opponent.Record
scoresafterclassis
over.
1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Breakthestudents
backintotheirteams,
handeachgroupa
pieceofposterpaper
andinstructstudentsto
createateamlogo.At
theendoftheseason,
thebestlogowillwin
bonuspoints.
3.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill

Observation

Observation

abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)
Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)
Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks
Hockey
Balls

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

Benches

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Positive

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Modeling

Hockey
Balls
Benches

Reinforcement

Competition

Jan.26

TeamMotto
and3rdGame

A
C

Jan.27

4thGameof
Season

A
C

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

continuetheirseason
byplayingtheirsecond
opponent.Attheendof
class,recordthescores
inordertoupdate
standings.
1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Breakthestudents
backintotheirteams,
instructtheteamsto
createtheirownmotto
orcheer.Attheendof
theseasonthebest
cheerwillbeawarded
bonuspoints.
3.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
continuetheirseason
byplayingtheirthird
opponent.Attheendof
class,recordthescores
inordertoupdate
standings.
1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
continuetheirseason
byplayingtheirfourth
opponent.Attheendof
class,recordthescores
inordertoupdate

cheating)

Observation
Rubric

Observation

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Hockey
Balls

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

Benches

Hockey
Balls
Benches

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

standings.

Jan.28

Jan.29

5thGameof
Season

Quarter
Finals

A
C

A
C

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
continuetheirseason
byplayingtheirfifth
opponent.Attheendof
class,recordthescores
inordertoupdate
standings.
3.Toconcludethe
class,explainthat
playoffswillworklike
theNHLandhowthe
topseedwillplaythe
lowestseedandsoon.
1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
continuetheplayoffs
byplayingtheir
quarterfinalopponents.
Recordscoresand
winnersattheendof
theclass.
3.Toconcludeclass,
explainhowtheteams

Observation

Observation
Rubric

abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)
Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks
Hockey
Balls

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

Benches

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks
Hockey
Balls
Benches

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

Jan.30

SemiFinal

A
C

Jan.31

FinalGame
andAwards

A
C

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

A9-5
A9-6
C9-1
C9-3
C9-5
C9-6

wholostwillplayeach
otherforthenextgym
classandannouncethe
semifinalmatchups.
1.Havestudents
completeawarmupto
begintheclass.
2.Fortherestofthe
time,studentswill
continuetheplayoffs
byplayingtheirsemi
finalopponents.
Recordscoresand
winnersattheendof
theclass.
3.Toconcludeclass,
explainhowtheteams
wholostwillplayeach
otherforthenextgym
classandannouncethe
championshipmatch
ups.
1.Tobegintheclass,
havestudentscomplete
aselfevaluationfor
theunit.
2.Breakthegymup
intocorresponding
gamesthatfollowthe
playoffgrid.
3.Toconcludeclass,
giveoutawardsfor
bestteam,bestlogo,
bestmottoandetc.
Tallyupanyextra

penaltiesor
cheating)
Observation
Rubric

SelfEvaluation
Observation
Rubric

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no
penaltiesor
cheating)

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Outlineall
safety
measuressuch
asspacing
(tightspaces
withmany
gamesgoing
on),stick
position
(nothing
abovewrists)
andfairplay
(etiquette,no

SocialModel

HockeyNets

Cooperative
Learning

Hockey
Sticks

Hockey
Balls

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

Benches

Hockey
Balls
Benches

Positive
Reinforcement
Modeling
Competition

pointsinordertoname
theinauguralDAversa
CupChampion.

penaltiesor
cheating)

Floor Hockey Assessment


Students Name: ___________________ Date: _____________ Class: ________
Stick Handling

Uses heel of stick to maintain control of ball


Short but controlled motion to cradle ball.
Try not to look at the ball
Try to keep your running stride and move in a straight line
Able to perform dekes or quick change of motion when stick handling

Rating: /5
Shooting

Wrist Shot
Able to coral ball and pull back
Able to release ball after pulling back
Uses proper follow through
Backhand Shot
Able to coral ball and pull back
Able to release ball after pulling back
Uses proper follow through
Snap Shot
Snaps wrist on shot
Able to move and perform snap shot
Uses proper follow through
Slap Shot
Performs proper motion with stick
Makes contact at heel of blade
Uses proper follow through

Rating:
Passing

/12

Passing
Gives pass that leads recipent
Hard, on ground and controllable pass to recieve
Able to move and pass at the same time
Able to pass both on forehand and backhand
Recieving
Cradles ball when receiving pass
Uses heel of stick to receive pass
Able to receive pass while on the move
Able to receive pass on forehand and backhand

Rating: /8
Defensive Awareness

Able to identify man to cover


Uses proper stick position to defend
Does not perform any illegal actions such as slashing, hooking or tripping

Able to intercept ball when opponent is off balance or loses control

Rating:
/4
Positional Play

Forward
Stays in own lane
Understands responsibility in defensive zone
Plays in right position
Defence
Understands responsibility in own zone
Plays in right position

Rating: /5
Etiquette

Plays by the rules


Does not perform any illegal actions
Is courteous and shows opponent fair play and etiquette

Rating:

/3

Socc
Total: /37
Notes:

Rate the student according to the following rubric (criteria)


A
B
C
D

90-100%
75-89%
55-74%
0-54%

Excellent Performs the skill correctly on almost all occasions. Strong class player, skills performed with great consistency.
Proficient Performs skills correctly on most occasions. A good class player, a few skills require additional practice.
Developing - Performs skills correctly on some occasions. An improving class player, more practice required on all skills.
Emerging Performs the skills correctly on very few occasions. A novice, beginning player with little exposure or
experience/skill.

FloorHockeyRecordingSheet
Classes:_______________
Game#1

Game#2

Game#3

SemiFinal

Final

BvsG
_______________
RvsY
_______________

Scores:

BvsR
_______________
GvsY
_______________

Scores:

BvsY
_______________
GvsR
_______________

Scores:

#1vs#4
_______________
#2vs#3
_______________

Scores:

Scores:

Scores:

Scores:

Scores:

WinnervsWinnerScores:
___________
LoservsLoserScores:
___________