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  • Soccer Lesson Plan

    In this learning segment I will teach the rules of the soccer game, dribbling, and passing. The rules will be taught in the station with flash cards, this is so the student 's can activity participate in a soccer game outside of school. Two soccer basics are dribbling and passing. The students will practice dribbling in and out of different cone patterns to mimic having to dribble around an opponent in a game of soccer. Passing is another important skill in soccer, students will practice passing a ball to a partner. In the game of soccer the ball will have to be passed to a teammate to be able to score a goal. ] b. Given the central focus, describe how the standards and learning objectives within your learning segment address the development of student competencies in the psychomotor domain and at least one other learning domain (cognitive and/or affective) related to movement patterns, performance concepts, and/or health-enhancing physical fitness. [ Learning the rules of the game of soccer, how to dribble a soccer ball and how to pass a soccer ball all address the learning objectives to help develop the student 's competence in all three domains. Dribbling and passing both help develop movement patters that relate to the psychomotor domain. Learning the rules of the game will teach performance concepts, this meets the cognitive domain. Working in groups of stations to learn the game rules, as well as working with a partner to pass the ball works in the affective…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience As A Soccer Coach

    The United States of America Women 's Soccer team have outstanding players and have very qualified coaches, managers, and trainers. As I seen the USAWS team is currently looking for a head coach. I see myself as a very experienced and qualified applicant for this position with my background knowledge and experience. All throughout my life I have been playing soccer, which shows I have tons of playing experience. On the different teams I have played for we would have trainings, go to camps as a…

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  • The Perfect Shot In Soccer

    The Perfect Shot I can do this. I know I can. Everyone is counting on me. My friends, my family, and my team. I have to make this shot. I can't let them down. I won't let them down. To most people, taking a penalty kick in a soccer game is simple. All they have to do is kick a ball 12 yards just enough so that it crosses over a white line and rolls past the goalkeeper. However, it's not as easy as it seems. It can be this easy if players think positive instead of thinking negatively about…

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  • Discourse Community Examples

    Some of them include: it is a sport that can be played at anytime and anywhere, it lowers body fat and builds strength and endurance, it encourages teamwork, it is a good way to make friends, and it increases your confidence and self-esteem. Different from other sports, all it takes to play soccer is a ball and an opposition. The sport doesn’t require a lot of equipment and can be played anywhere. It is an easy sport to play, but a hard sport to be good at. Unlike basketball, hockey and…

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  • Narrative Essay Soccer

    One of the great things about soccer is that it is not a school-sanctioned sport. To me this said that I could play another season of soccer with my friends from Socastee and Waccamaw without the normal High School rivalry between these schools. Year after year, the schools pulled pranks on each other, sometimes nothing big, but sometimes something big. I remember my freshman year, when a few guys I knew went over to Socastee and painted their skylight in their commons. When the sun shined into…

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  • Analysis Of The Richest Celebrities: Lionel Messi

    Celebrities-Lionel Messi Lionel Andres ‘Leo’ Messi was born on 24th June 1987. He is an Argentine football player and plays for Spanish club Barcelona and is highly paid richest celebrities. He plays for Argentina national team. He also has a Spanish citizenship, which means he can play as an EU player. People usually say that he is the world’s best foot ball player. Messi received FIFA world player of the year at the age of 22 and several Ballon d’Or. Messi learned football by Furkan Kara- who…

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  • Personal Narrative-Smack In The Face

    Smack in the Face Imagine you were on a mission trip. The group you were with got done with the first job you had to to then you went to a boys and girls club, and a kid ask you to go to the gym and play game with him. So you play with him and you throw a ball at one of your friends as hard as you can, miss miserably and hit a kid in the face. I went on a mission trip up to Duluth Minnesota with Carl Kruse, Dillion Bathke, Connor Jurens, Seth Sproke, Cole Riemersma, and a few others. It was…

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  • Lesson Plan For Soccer

    Lesson Plan 1 Tight Dribbling Level one: single tight dribble, SLOW and controlled. Dribble down the line of cones then picks ball up and return to the line. Level two: single tight dribble, quick and controlled. Dribble down the line of cones as quickly as you can still keeping your ball under control. At the end of the line of cones pick ball up, return to the line. Level three tight dribble with an opponent; dribble down with control, another student will meet you in the middle and try…

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  • Narrative Essay On Transition Soccer

    My new coach was a tall skinny man named Jeremy Moore. His glasses reflected the light of the soccer field lights. He was taking over for my old coach who just had his third child. He had short blonde hair standing up like the turf of the field. His body type was one of a soccer player, lean, light, but strong. He had come to one of our practices the year before to see us play. He stood next to my two old coaches. We were playing a short fields scrimmage. I was on the blue team. He stood to the…

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  • Reflection On Cognitive And Physical Domains

    For this learning segment, the cognitive, affective, and physical domains are measured by assessments give during the learning segment In the cognitive domain a pre and post written test, cross word puzzle, labeling the lines on the field sheet and exit slips were used. To measure the psychomotor domain, I used pre and post skills tests and a score card for station 7 in lesson plan number 2. The affective domain is measured by the use of exit slips in lessons 2, 3, and at the end of this…

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