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MINOR GAMES:
ASSESSMENT TASK 1: Your task is

To create a fun, unique, simple to teach game that


everyone can play, that is safe and incorporates
fundamental motor skills.
INSTRUCTIONS: In a group of four you will:
1. With your group, plan and create a minor game.
2. Create a presentation file using PowerPoint.
3. Present your PowerPoint to the class.

PLANNING & CREATING YOUR GAME GROUP MEMBERS:


1.

3.

2.

4.

GAME REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST:


Requirement
Include at least three of the following fundamental motor skills note:
Dribble
Jump
Catch
Throw
Pass
Dodge
Run
Strike
Have no more than 6 rules
Be safe to play - the game must NOT involve any situations in which there is a reasonable
chance that players could be hurt.
Ensure that all class members have the opportunity to participate at all times.
Keep it simple to umpire and keep score.
The game needs to be explained & completed within 20 minutes

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OVERALL AIM OF THE GAME HOW DO YOU WIN? (Explain Scoring System)
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GAME RULES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
MODIFICATIONS: Think of 3 ways you could modify your game (Eg. make it
easier/harder)
1.
2.
3.
PLAYING AREA: Draw out the boundaries of the playing area for your game (the game
may be played indoors or outdoors), include any equipment that needs to be placed in a
specific location, for example goals.

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What equipment do you need to play the game?

Explain how/where your game incorporates fundamental motor skills and the benefits
of participating in this game.
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CREATE A PRESENTATION:
-You are required to use Microsoft PowerPoint to create your presentation.
-Each member of your group MUST be involved in the presentation.

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INSTRUCTIONS: Your task is to develop a presentation on the game your group has
created using Microsoft PowerPoint.
-You must include text, diagrams, and photos in your presentation.
You must follow the instructions below when preparing your slides. Marks are awarded based
on how well you address the criteria required for each slide.
Slide
number

Areas to address

Title slide Name of your game

Identify your group members

Explain the aim of your game

Identify & demonstrate the fundamental motor skills


included in your game.

Explain the rules of your game

List & show the required equipment (include photos)

Explain the scoring system of your game

Create 3 modifications to change the game

Diagram the playing area


Boundaries of the playing area
Any equipment that needs to be placed in a
specific location, for example goals.

10

Discuss the benefits of playing your game.

N/A

Has each group member been involved in the


presentation?

Checklist

Yes / No

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ASSESSMENT TASK 1 RUBRIC:

Note: Included Criteria is worth 4 marks

Criteria

4
VERY GOOD

3
GOOD

2
FAIR

PARTICIPA
TION &
INTRO

All group
members
participated in
the creation and
presentation of
the task. Name
of the game
and Group
members are
mentioned in
the slides
Aim and
fundamental
motor skills are
clearly
explained. 3 or
more
fundamental
motor skill are
included in the
game.
All rules are
clear, concise
and cover game
well. No more
than 6 rules
have been
included.
All equipment is
listed with
pictures.
Diagram of
playing area is
included with
clear labelling
and poisoning
of equipment.
Scoring system
is easily
explained and
not
complicated.
Game benefits
including health
and
participation
benefits are
discussed.
Presentation
had a good use
of text
explanations,
photos and
diagrams and
successfully

Most group
members
participated in
the creation and
presentation of
the task. Name of
the game and
Group members
are mentioned in
the slides

Some group
members
participated in
the creation and
presentation of
the task. Name
of the game and
Group members
are mentioned
in the slides

Aim and
fundamental
motor skills are
explained. At
least 3
fundamental
motor skills are
included in the
game

Aim and
fundamental
motor skill are
poorly
explained. Less
the 3
fundamental
motor skills are
included in the
game
Some of the
rules are clear,
but does not
cover game
well. More than
6 rules have
been included
Most equipment
is listed without
pictures.
Diagram and
playing area is
included
without
labelling or
equipment
Scoring system
is explained but
is a bit
complicated.
Few game
benefits are
mentioned.

Aim and
fundamental
motor skills are
not explained. 1
or no
fundamental
motor skills are
included in the
game

Presentation
used text
explanations,
and diagrams.
Presentation
slightly
represented

Presentation
only used text
explanations.
Presentation did
not

AIM &
FUNDAME
NTAL
MOTOR
SKILLS

RULES

EQUIPME
NT &
DIAGRAM

SCORING
&
BENEFITS

PRESENTA
TION

Majority of rules
are mostly clear.
No more than 6
rules have been
included.
Most equipment
is listed with
pictures.
Diagram or
playing area is
included with
some labelling
and positioning
of equipment
Scoring system is
explained and
not too
complicated.
Game benefits
including health
and participation
benefits are
mentioned.
Presentation
used text
explanations,
photos and
diagrams.
Presentation
represented

1 or 0
UNSATISFACT
ORY
Group members
did not
participate in
the creation and
presentation of
the task. Name
of the game and
Group members
are not
mentioned

Rules are barely


or not outlined.
Any rules
outlined are
unclear and do
not cover the
game well.
Equipment is
not listed and
pictures are not
evident.
Diagram or
playing area is
not included.
Scoring system
is explained but
is too
complicated. No
game benefits
are included.

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SPELLING
,
GRAMMA
R&
PUNTUATI
ON

represented
students game
at a high level.
All spelling,
grammar and
punctuation
were correct

students game
well.

students game

Most spelling,
grammar and
punctuation were
correct.

Several spelling,
grammar and
punctuation
errors.

Numerous
spelling,
grammar and
punctuation
errors.

COMMENTS:

SCORE:

/28

ASSESSMENT TASK 2: TEACHING YOUR MINOR


GAME
TASK:
-You are required to teach your minor game to the class.
-Each member of your group MUST contribute to teaching the game.
INSTRUCTIONS: You will be given 20 minutes to explain, teach and run your game. Plus
10 minutes to set and pack up your activity.
-You must take into consideration ALL the slides in your presentation when teaching your
game, including the safety of yourself and those around you.
-Please ensure all the steps below are completed in order for your game to be successfully
executed.
-Following the completion of your teaching task, you are required to individually fill in the
reflection form below and hand it to your teacher the following class.
GOOD LUCK!!!!!

Step

Teaching your game preparations

1
Mark out the playing area with cones and have additional
equipment ready to start the game.
2
Explain the overall aim of the game and what you have to

Checklis
t

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do to score.
3
Explain the rules of the game to the class, including:
State what players can do
State what players cannot do
Point out different positions (if necessary)
Answer any questions provided by students or
teachers
4
Use demonstrations to explain your groups game.
5
Play the game
During the game if it is being played incorrectly you
must stop the game and clarify and correct any
issues.
N/A

Is each group member involved in the presentation?

REFLECTION:
Individually you are required to answer the following reflection
questions in relation to how successful the teaching of your
game was.
1. What worked well in the teaching of your minor game?

2. What didnt work as well in the teaching of your minor game?

Yes / No

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3. Name at least three improvements that could be made in the future
teaching of your game and how?

ASSESSMENT TASK 2 RUBRIC: Note: Included Criteria is worth 4 marks.


Criteria

4
VERY GOOD

3
GOOD

PREPARATION

Was highly
prepared and
organised for the
teaching task. All
equipment was set
up and packed up
correctly

Was mostly
prepared and
organised for the
teaching task.
Majority of the
equipment was set
and packed up
correctly.

INRODUCTION
AND
EXPLANATION

Explanation and
aim of the game
was very clear and
coherent. Students
were given clear
instructions on what
they can and cant
do. All rules were
explained correctly

Explanation and
aim of the game
was clear. Majority
of the instructions
were given on what
students can and
cant do. Most of
the rules were
explained correctly.

DEMONSTATIO
N

All of the group


participated in the
demonstration of
the game. Effective
use of space and
equipment was used
during
demonstration.
Clear instructions
were given in
relation to the
demonstration.
All group members

Most group
participated in the
demonstration of
the game. Good use
of space and some
equipment was used
during
demonstration.
Most instructions
given with
demonstration were
clear.
All group members

GAME PLAY

2
FAIR
Showed signs that
was not fully
prepared and
organised for the
teaching task.
Some of the
equipment and set
and packed up
correctly.
Explanation and
aim of the game
was not very
clear. Some
instructions were
given on what
students can and
cant do. Not all
the rules were
explained
Some of the group
participated on the
demonstration.
Poor use of space
and equipment
was not used
during
demonstration.
Some instructions
were given with
demonstration.
Some group

1 or 0
UNSATISFACTO
RY
Showed no signs of
being prepared or
organised for the
teaching activity.
None of the
equipment was set
or packed up
correctly.
No explanation and
aim of the game
was given.
Instructions were
not given on what
students can and
cant do. Rules
were not explained.
Little or no
demonstration of
the game was given.
Any demonstration
involved only 1
group member and
equipment was
used. No
instructions were
given with the
explanation.
Group members

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were actively
engaged at all times
during game play.
Play was always
stopped and
corrected if any
issues occurred.

were actively
engaged most of the
time during game
play. Play was
sometimes stopped
and corrected if
issues occurred.

PARTICIPATIO
N

All group members


participated and
were productively
engaged in the
entire teaching of
the task. Was able
to answer any
questions that were
asked by peers and
teachers

All group members


participated and
were engaged in
majority of the
teaching task. Were
able to answer most
of the questions
asked by peers and
teachers

REFLECTION
(Individual
mark)

Was able to analyse


and reflect upon
their teaching task.
Student
demonstrated great
detail and
insightfulness in the
answering of all
questions .

Was able to reflect


upon their teaching
task. Students
demonstrated some
detailed insight into
the answering of all
questions.

COMMENTS:
SCORE:

/24

members were
actively engaged
during game play.
Play was
sometimes
stopped, but
issues werent
corrected if they
occurred.
Most of the group
members
Participated and
were engaged in
some of the
teaching task. Was
only able to
answer some of
the questions
asked by peers
and teacher
Was able to reflect
upon teaching
task. Provided
little detail in the
analyse of their
game when
answering the
questions.

were not actively


engaged during
game play. Play was
never stopped and
corrected if issues
occurred.

Some or none of the


group members
participated and
engagement of the
class was limited.
Was not able to
answer questions
asked by students
and teachers.
Students did not
reflect upon their
task. Provided no
relevant responses
in the answering of
the questions.