JLBC Physical Education Curriculum Guide Grade 6

JLBC Physical Education Curriculum Guide Grade 6

JLBC Unit 10/Option #1: Striking Skills--Paddle Ball* Suggested Time: 3 JLBC Weeks

JLBC *Note: Teachers choose to teach Unit 10 Striking Skills Option #1 JLBC Paddle Ball or Option #2 Badminton.

JLBC Standards Instructional Activities & Resources Equipment

JLBC Manipulative Skills

JLBC Strike a ball continuously against a wall and with a partner, using a paddle for forehand and backhand strokes.

JLBC Strike an object consistently, using an implement so that the thing travels in the intended direction at the desired height.

JLBC Movement Concepts

JLBC Explain how to increase force based on the principles of biomechanics

JLBC Explain how impact force is reduced by increasing the duration of impact: 2.3 Analyze and correct errors in movement patterns.

JLBC Provides feedback to a partner to assist in developing and improving movement skills.

JLBC Manipulative Skills

JLBC Explain the role of the legs, shoulders, and forearm in the forearm pass.

JLBC Identify how much time is necessary to prepare for and begin a forehand and backhand swing.

JLBC Illustrates how the intended direction of an object is affected by the angle of the implement or body part at the time of contact.

JLBC Week 1: Basic Paddle Skills (grip, ready position, footwork, stroking technique) (Ready-to-Use, )



Wall or partner practice without a net

Use verbal or written partner feedback (Appendix)

JLBC Week 2: Bounce and Drop Serve Technique (Ready-to-Use,)

Wall practice

Bench ball

Floor Ping Pong

JLBC Week 3: Modified/Lead-Up Games (Ready-to-Use, )

Cut-Throat Paddle Ball

Paddle Ball Tennis

Paddles (1 per student)

Balls (1 per student)

Wall or net (optional)




Forehand Backhand Ready position Footwork Biomechanics—

-Angle -Force

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