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MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E.

DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK

BADMINTON – Developing skills and techniques

During this unit of work pupils will have the opportunity to work in pairs and small groups in order to understand the basic principles of badminton. The key process
assessed through this scheme are Making and applying decisions and Developing skills in physical activity and levels are allocated based on the performance of skills
and the ability to apply thinking skills in the game. Pupils should have knowledge of the areas and lines of the court and be able to relate these to the singles game.
They will understand the concept to how to win a point, and later in the Key Stage will learn the proper scoring system for both singles and doubles. Pupils will know how
to start a game with a low serve, and learn the basic tactics in both half court and full court singles. Through playing and umpiring, pupils will develop their
understanding of the laws and rules of the game.

OBJECTIVES WITHIN THIS SCHEME OF WORK:


(1) Knowledge of how to prepare for a game of badminton, and how to prepare the court and equipment for the game safely (2) Learn the names of the lines & areas of the court (3)
Explain the difference between the forehand & the backhand grip & be able to successfully apply both grips (4) To maintain a rally with a partner (5) Ability to win a rally to score a point
(6) To perform a low serve (7) To understand a modified scoring system for a game of singles (8) Participate in a full court game of singles with modified scoring(9) To be able to umpire
in order to control a game

PREVIOUS SKILLS LEARNT AND PERFORMED: Basic hand/ eye co-ordination to contact shuttle in flight.

KEY PROCESSES PLTS Assessment


DEVELOPING SKILLS IN PHYSICAL INDEPENDENT ENQUIRERS: recognise for FORMATIVE
MAKING AND APPLYING DECISIONS ACTIVITY themselves hazards and risks, making reasoned Peer assessment Game play
decisions about how to perform their activities Teacher observation
Pupils will learn to identify and recognise Pupils will learn to use basic principles of
CREATIVE THINKERS experiment Q/A session
similarities in principles of attack and play when selecting and applying tactics for
confidently with their own creative Peer assessment of umpiring skills
defence. defending and attacking.
approaches to produce effective outcomes. SUMMATIVE
Pupils will implement strategic and tactical Pupils will develop the skills necessary to
Selecting techniques and tactics Rules Test
decisions based on movement of the shuttle outwit opponents.
REFLECTIVE LEARNERS make decisions on how to Basic skills Test
into space and choice of skill execution. Basic serves, clears and the ability to make
improve their performance and act on those
Opportunities to referee/coach pupils or in your opponent move around the court will Homework assignment Developing skills
decisions in future performances.
singles/ doubles matches will develop be developed through small sided games SELF MANAGERS make informed choices
communication and decision making skills and conditional situations. about their physical wellbeing
Demonstrating high quality performances EFFECTIVE PARTICIPANTS engage with
and accurate replication will be assessed. activities that they enjoy and have selected
for themselves
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
Different types of serve: Low serve – used in Worksheet differentiation for SEN and EAL students.
Long Serve – used for Diagrams up to help those students identify key techniques.
Check for understanding. – In AFL activity.
Questions scaffold for students and targeting more able student
Groups allocations more able to support weaker students
More able student given extension activities

PUPIL ASSESSMENT LEVELS


NATIONAL CURRICULUM DESCRIPTORS Level 3
Pupils select and use skills, actions and ideas appropriately, applying them with coordination and control. They show that they understand tactics and composition by starting to vary how they respond. They can
see how their work is similar to and different from others' work, and use this understanding to improve their own performance. They give reasons why warming up before an activity is important, and why
physical activity is good for their health.
STUDENT FRIENDLY DESCRIPTORS
• You can play a rally but most shots are played on the forehand side and above the head.
• Most of your rallies end in a mistake rather than winning a shot.
• During a game you often become confused about positioning on court especially in doubles, and court markings sometimes confuse you.
• You can give reasons why a warm up is important before you play badminton.
NATIONAL CURRICULUM DESCRIPTORS Level 4
Pupils link skills, techniques and ideas and apply them accurately and appropriately. When performing, they show precision, control and fluency. They show that they understand tactics and composition. They
compare and comment on skills, techniques and ideas used in their own and others’ work, and use this understanding to improve their performance. They explain and apply basic safety principles when preparing
for exercise. They describe how exercise affects their bodies, and why regular, safe activity is good for their health and wellbeing. They work with others to plan and lead simple practices and activities for
themselves and others.
STUDENT FRIENDLY DESCRIPTORS
• You can play a rally but rarely vary the angle or distance of your shots and the rally often ends in a mistake being made.
• You understanding where your position should be at the serve, but during the game you often become confused about your positioning.
• You can score a game but sometimes get confused about court markings.
• You can describe what the effects of playing badminton can have on your body.
NATIONAL CURRICULUM DESCRIPTORS Level 5
Pupils select and combine skills, techniques and ideas and apply them accurately and appropriately in different physical activities, When performing in different physical activities, they consistently show
precision, control and fluency. They show that they can draw on what they know about strategy, tactics and composition to produce effective outcomes. They modify and refine skills and techniques to improve
their performance and adapt their actions in response to changing circumstances. They analyse and comment on skills, techniques and ideas and how these are applied in their own and others’ work. They explain
how the body reacts during different types of activity, and why physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. They plan, organise and lead practices and activities safely, helping others’ to
improve their performance
STUDENT FRIENDLY DESCRIPTORS
• You can sometimes vary the angle and distance of your shots in a rally but most rallies still end in a mistake.
• You have started to select shots that put your opponent under pressure.
• You can comment on the strengths and weaknesses of another player’s.
• You can perform a badminton specific warm up and cool down.
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES
and PLTS
1. Introduction to the game Independent All: WILL
Introduction to the game * to understand the Brainstorm on whiteboard Enquirers 1. carry out warm-up and
Court Markings principles used to Aim of the game Self Managers cool-down routines safely.
Grip – FH, BH prepare for, and recover Court – lines and how we are going to play using our space Effective
Most: WILL
Racquet Shots – Push, Tap, Whip from Badminton. Shots – clears, drops, smash, serve Participants
1. hit the ball with
The basic shots Scoring - 1st team to 21
FOCUS = Underarm clear * to recognise that **If possible show small video footage of doubles game play. FORMATIVE reasonable consistency
different activities Warm-up Observing and accuracy in
Grip require different Grip – handshake - teacher demo game play cooperative and
Shake hands with the racket emphasis in types of Racket Handling Answers in competitive rallies.
Ready Position fitness ●Bird carry – down the end of the court and back Q/A 2. select and incorporate
1.Feet shoulder width, racquet in front of face, on toes/balls of ● Shuttle Bounce -30 times palm up stretching exercises
feet *to improve consistency, ● Shuttle Scoop - 3 times in a row
which are suitable for
2. Move racquet to hit shuttle Making contact. quality and use of Ready position – students moving around the gym when whistle
Follow through and back into ready position techniques for a specific blows adopt the ready position.
volleyball and their own
Underarm Clear/Serve purpose. Body needs.
1. Handshake grip Game Exploration – 5 minutes for students in pairs to have a Some: WILL
Lead with your non-racket leg and place your racket leg behind. * to adapt and develop free hit. 1. identify which shots
2. Bring your racket back to almost your shoulder level then their skills into specific Q& A session - with what they liked/disliked, are used most for
swing it forward following the rhythm of the stroke. techniques in the successful/unsuccessful defending and which for
3. Hold the shuttle by the feathers and let it drop slightly in activities undertaken. Underarm/Clear serve attacking.
front of you. Teacher demonstration highlight the purpose is to send the
2. select and implement
4. Hit it up with the flat face of your racket and follow through. * demonstrate knowledge shuttle high and to the back of the court.
Overhead clear of the rules, terminology ●Underhand clear rallies in pairs
simple shot combinations
1. Handshake grip and scoring of badminton (if difficulty have a student feeder on other side of net) which move their
Turn your body side-on to the net, Forehand Overhead Clear opponent out of position.
2. Point to shuttle with non racket hand * Analyse their own and ●teacher demo with students mirroring 3. understand and
3. Racket in back scratch position others performance. ● In pairs, underhand clear, overhead clear return – x 10 each identify the basic
4. Hit the shuttle at highest point with straight arm, just in ●Target practice – place hula hoops at the back of the court. principles of good
front of your shoulder with an open racket face. Player 1 underhand clears player 2 OH clears to target – 10 technique.
5. Follow through with hitting arm each.
6. Back to ready position ●The same for the backhand OH clear
Game King of the court – in pairs
EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
More able students encouraged to vary length and movement around court Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
List the Components of fitness required for this sport Use of diagrams to explain skills
Open /Closed skills More able feed the less able students
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK

FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES


and PLTS
Lesson 2 to understand the principles used to Warm-up Creative
Serves – underhand and prepare for, and recover from Sticky toffee – two groups each side of the net Thinkers All: WILL
flick Badminton. Skills relays Reflective 1. carry out warm-up and
cool-down routines safely.
Basic Doubles positions - Bird carry Learners
Most: WILL
and Tactical service * to recognise that different activities - Shuttle bounce Self Managers
1. hit the ball with
Rules require different emphasis in types of Student lead stretch Effective reasonable consistency
All serves must be hit fitness 5 minute hit Participants and accuracy in
under the waist. Body cooperative and
Serves must go to the *to improve consistency, quality and use Recap on types of clears and the purpose. FORMATIVE competitive rallies.
diagonal server of techniques for a specific purpose. Partner Work – overhead clear rally Observation of 2. select and incorporate
students on task stretching exercises
Doubles serving rules. Forehand Overhead clear Peer assessment
Answers from which are suitable for
* to adapt and develop their skills into Around the world in groups of 4
Q/A volleyball and their own
Flick Serve specific techniques in the activities Feedback needs.
1.Racket foot forward undertaken. Serving provided by
2.Shuttle held at the Teacher demo of both underarm and flick serve. Partner analysis Some: WILL
waist further away from * demonstrate knowledge of the rules, Partner to do 10 of each to the diagonal. (Service) 1. identify which shots
the body terminology and scoring of badminton Rules of serving. Peer Assessment are used most for
3.Hold the elbow of How to Analyse Service Technique defending and which for
your racquet arm up at * Analyse their own and others Students conduct analysis on Partners serve attacking.
shoulder level performance. Game 2. select and implement
Ladder games. simple shot combinations
4.Racquet head down
which move their
behind the shuttle.
opponent out of position.
5.Little flick of the 3. understand and
wrist identify the basic
6.Contact at thigh level principles of good
7.Push the shuttle technique.
8.Cross racket over in
front of the same
shoulder
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
More able students can progress onto drop shots Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
Using the technique model describe partners performance Use of diagrams to explain skills
Combinations of serve, clear,drop, smash, clear, drop smash etc More able feed the less able students
Smaller target areas Tick and flick assessment sheets
Court dimensions can be made bigger/ smaller

FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES


and PLTS
Lesson 3 to understand the principles used Warm-up Independent All: WILL
Enquirers 1. carry out warm-up and
Serves – underhand and flick to prepare for, and recover from Shuttle jogs 10
Creative Thinkers cool-down routines safely.
Drop Shot – Overhead Badminton. Shuttle slides 10 Reflective
Most: WILL
Positioning for Doubles Quick feet Learners
1. hit the shuttle with
Rules * to recognise that different 20 stars, 20 sit ups, 10 pushup Self Managers
Effective reasonable consistency
All serves must be hit under activities require different Student lead stretch and accuracy in
Participants
the waist. emphasis in types of fitness 5 minute hit cooperative and
Serves must go to the Body FORMATIVE competitive rallies.
diagonal server *to improve consistency, quality Recap on types of clears and the purpose. Observation of 2. select and incorporate
Doubles serving rules. and use of techniques for a Partner Work – overhead clear rally students on task stretching exercises
Overhead Drop Shot specific purpose. Recap on types of Serve and the purpose. Answers from which are suitable for
1. Handshake grip Court competitions Q/A volleyball and their own
Feedback needs.
2.Turn your body side-on to * to adapt and develop their skills Points per Position
provided by shot
the net, into specific techniques in the Overhead Drop Shot
description task Some: WILL
3.Point to shuttle with non activities undertaken. Teacher demonstration 1. identify which shots
racket hand Question students on the similarities to the overhead are used most for
4.Racket in back scratch * demonstrate knowledge of the clear defending and which for
position rules, terminology and scoring of Partner Work - Player 1 underhand clears, Player 2 OH attacking.
5.Contact the shuttle as high badminton drop shots to target – 10 each 2. select and implement
as possible and out in front of Repeat the same but to the Backhand simple shot combinations
your body. * Analyse their own and others Students describe to each other how to perform which move their
opponent out of position.
6.Tap the shuttle as you hit it performance. the various shots
3. understand and
7.Racket face angles down
identify the basic
8.Follow through with hitting Court Round Robin principles of good
arm 1v1 students not involved line judge, score keepers and technique.
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


9. Back to ready position umpires

EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
How do you combat overhead drop shot Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
Can you recognise the shot your partner is going to take Use of diagrams to explain skills
How do you get the upper hand in a game More able feed the less able students
Tick and flick assessment sheets
Court dimensions can be made bigger/ smaller

FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES


and PLTS
to understand the principles used to Warm-up Independent
Lesson 4 prepare for, and recover from Shuttle jogs 10 Enquirers ALL: WILL
Creative Thinkers
Hairpin dropshot Badminton. Shuttle slides 10 1. hit the ball with
Reflective
reasonable consistency
Quick feet Learners
Double Tactics and accuracy
* to recognise that different activities 20 stars, 20 sit ups, 10 pushup Self Managers
Effective 2. Identify attack and
require different emphasis in types of Student lead stretch defence shots
Participants
Rules fitness 5 minute hit Team workers 3. Warm up and cool down
Hair Pin Drop Shot Body routines safely
1.Racket arm at *to improve consistency, quality and use Recap on types of clears and the purpose. FORMATIVE 3. Evaluate game play
shoulder height of techniques for a specific purpose. Partner Work – overhead clear rally Observation of MOST: WILL
2.Racket face parallel to Recap on types of Serve and the purpose. students on task 1. Select Simple shot
the floor * to adapt and develop their skills into Court competitions Answers from combinations to move
3.Small lift of the Q/A players out of position
specific techniques in the activities Points per Position
shoulder Feedback 2. understand the basics
undertaken. Recap on the purpose of a drop shot
provided by shot of good technique.
4.Slice the racket Partner Work – overhead drop shot description task 3. Evaluate basic
sideways * demonstrate knowledge of the rules, Teacher demonstration of the hairpin drop shot. technique
5. Shuttle falls just terminology and scoring of badminton Partner work – front court hairpin rally. SOME: WILL
over the net. Introduce Practical Performance test 1. Analyse performance
* Analyse their own and others Demonstrate with more able student the combination. criteria and identify
performance. Low serve, underarm clear, overhead dropshot, strengths and weakness.
overhead clear, hairpin drop, clear, smash combination.
Partners provide feedback.
Game Play
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
Test Questions that involve more in depth analysis of technique and strategies More able can assist less able by feeding and peer teaching
Play games against more able to challenge them Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
Use of diagrams to explain skills
More able feed the less able students
Tick and flick assessment sheets
Court dimensions can be made bigger/ smaller

FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES


and PLTS
Lesson 5 to adapt and develop their skills into BASIC BADMINTON RULES and STRATEGIES TEST Independent ALL: WILL
1 lesson Enquirers 1. hit the ball with
RULES TEST specific techniques in the activities
Creative Thinkers reasonable consistency
Smash undertaken. Reflective
Practice for Practical Test *to understand and apply strategic Warm-up Learners
and accuracy
Shuttle jogs 10 Self Managers
2. Identify attack and
Smash and tactical principles more
Shuttle slides 10 Effective defence shots
1.Handshake grip effectively in familiar situations and 3. Warm up and cool down
Quick feet Participants
2.Turn your body side-on to anticipate and describe outcomes. Team workers routines safely
the net, *to adapt strategies and tactics 20 stars, 20 sit ups, 10 pushup
3. Evaluate game play
3.Point to shuttle with non used in one game and apply them to Student lead stretch SUMMATIVE MOST: WILL
racket hand another one. 5 minute hit Basic rules and 1. Select Simple shot
4.Racket in back scratch demonstrate knowledge of the rules, Body Tactics Test combinations to move
position terminology and scoring of Recap Drop shots players out of position
Teacher Demonstration of smash FORMATIVE 2. understand the basics
5.Contact the shuttle as badminton
Students feed to each other high on net and partners Observation of of good technique.
high as possible and in *Analyse their own and others
smashes students on task 3. Evaluate basic
front of your body using a performance. Answers from technique
strong throwing action to understand the concepts of Practice for Practical assessment
Q/A
6. Straighten your elbow as net/wall games and make effective Feedback SOME: WILL
you hit the shuttle. evaluations of strengths and RECAP SHOTS students give descriptions of provided by shot 1. Analyse performance
7.Snap down your wrist at weaknesses of performance. techniques description task criteria and identify
the point of impact * to use the information gained strengths and weakness.
8.Follow through with from the analysis of performance to
hitting arm influence and
9.Back to ready position improve their own play
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
Target areas for shot placement made smaller for more able Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
Analysis of tactics Use of diagrams to explain skills
More able feed the less able students
Tick and flick assessment sheets
Court dimensions can be made bigger/ smaller

FOCUS OBJECTIVES LEARNER ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES


and PLTS
*to adapt and develop their skills into PRACTICAL SKILLS TEST Independent ALL: WILL
Lesson 6/7 specific techniques in the activities Students in partners perform skills whilst being observed by Enquirers 1. hit the ball with
Creative Thinkers
PRACTICAL undertaken. another set of partners. reasonable consistency
Reflective
SKILLS TEST In observations student mention teaching cues and accuracy
*to understand and apply strategic and Learners
Partner Identify strengths and weakness 2. Identify attack and
tactical principles more effectively in Self Managers
Plan strategies Effective defence shots
observations familiar situations and anticipate and
Participants 3. Warm up and cool down
describe outcomes. GAME PLAY Team workers routines safely
*to adapt strategies and tactics used in one Devise court groupings based on observations 3. Evaluate game play
game and apply them to another one. Round Robin Tournament MOST: WILL
Game Play demonstrate knowledge of the rules, 1. Select Simple shot
terminology and scoring of badminton combinations to move
*Analyse their own and others performance. players out of position
2. understand the basics
to understand the concepts of net/wall
of good technique.
games and make effective evaluations of STUDENTS Allocated Levels 3. Evaluate basic
strengths and weaknesses of performance. Complete reflection of their performance technique
* to use the information gained from the Develop Targets for improvement
analysis of performance to influence and SOME: WILL
improve their own play 1. Analyse performance
criteria and identify
strengths and weakness.

EXTENSION DIFFERENTIATION
Differentiate by grouping, questioning, Drills and task
Use of diagrams to explain skills
More able feed the less able students
MOUNT CARMEL RC TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR GIRLS P.E. DEPARTMENT

YEAR 7 SCHEME OF WORK


Tick and flick assessment sheets
Court dimensions can be made bigger/ smaller

RISK ASSESSMENT:

PHASE 1- Play should not begin until the court is clear of stray shuttles. - Ensure that all jewellery is removed before the lesson.
PHASE2 – ALL students should be wearing the correct clothing and footwear, appropriate for the game of badminton.
PHASE 3- Check the workspace before the lesson for any hazards, i.e. wet gym floor - Do not smash directly towards another player/opponent
PHASE 4 – All nets and posts should be correctly erected and secure.
PHASE 5- Encourage students to get into the habit of protecting the face with the racket head, particularly in doubles play.