Play with purpose: developing netball game sense : teaching movement and tactical skills

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    Abstract

    Play with Purpose: Developing Netball Game Sense focuses on a game-centred Game Sense approach to teaching netball.

    This resource presents a long term development model for Game Sense sport teaching for novice-beginners through to experienced netball players. It will enhance netball players game development at all stages of the players game learning. The resource emphasises learning of the strategies and skills required to participate more confidently and in a 'thinking' way.

    Game Sense as a coaching objective and sport teaching approach is explained, with the resource divided into 7 parts to guide clubs and schools through the Game Sense progression.

    Play with Purpose: Developing Netball Game Sense contains more than 40 successful, modified and lead-up games structured with a particular focus for maximum participation. Examples of Key Questions at each level of game development are included, as well as examples of game modifications to challenge or further develop skill learning. Games flow from 'fundamental sport skills' to 'developing a game plan'.

    It is relevant for teachers and coaches from primary aged children to youth and adult netball.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationHindmarsh, SA
    PublisherAustralian Council For Health, Physical Education and Recreation
    Number of pages68
    ISBN (Print)9780992341503
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

    Keywords

    • Play
    • Juvenile Sport
    • Netball

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