Sec 2A boys practicing their closed dribble.
-Keep your stick in closed contact with ball
-Scan your surroundings
-Ball should not be too far front or back of you
Sec 2A boysin their small sided 3v3 game with 1 min rolling sub.
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Sec 1 Track & Field
- 100m Sprints and Intro to Long Jump
Sec 2 Hockey
Closed Dribble & Open Dribble
-Oncoming 1 on 1
-4 way oncoming
3v3 (1 min rolling subs)
Focus on: short dribbles to position and passing
Monday, January 29, 2007
Quiz for PE Theory
First correct entry from each class gets a prize.
1)Jimbo is 1.75m tall and weighs 77kg.
Calculate his BMI. What category does he fall in?
2)Here are Jimbo's NAPFA test scores:
2.4km Run = 17.23min
Sit ups = 38
Broad Jump = 155cm
Pull-ups(Inclined) = 34
Shuttle Run = 10.1s
Sit & Reach = 25cm
What components of Health Related Fitness does he need to develop for better health?
Post your answers in the COMMENTS field with your name and class.
It's the beginning of Week 5, how time passes.
Barely a month ago, many of our boys were still green young Sec 1s.
Even the Sec 3s had just made the transition to long pants!
Now, everyone seems to have found a sense of belonging.
Something was raised at staff meeting today that struck a chord in me- in our search to embrace technology and become Hi-Tech; we must also not lose sight of the things that make us who were are- the day to day interaction between teachers and student. Knowing that in every little action that we do, we have the capacity to touch others means that we must strive to be Hi-Touch as well as Hi-Tech.
Only then can we go the distance.
Friday, January 26, 2007
Week 4 PE Theory will introduce students to the definition of Health and Fitness.
In Week 5, we will talk more about Health-related Fitness and Skill-Related Fitness
Here we see Sec 1E during their PE Theory Lesson.
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Sec 1- Track & Field
Week 4- Intro to Sprints
Week 5- 100m Timing & Intro to Jumps (Long Jump)
Week 6- Middle Distance (800m)
Week 7- Intro to Jumps (High Jump)
Week 8- Intro to Throwing (Shot Putt)
Week 9- Throwing (Discus)
Week 10- Javelin
Sec 2- Hockey
Week 4- Static Passing and Shooting
Week 5- Open Dribble and Closed Dribble (3 v 3 SSG)
Week 6- Indian Driblle (Relay and Gauntlet Drills)
Week 7- Mini League + Penalty Shootout Competition
Week 8- Mini League + Obstacle Challenge
Week 9- Full-sided game with Rolling Subs
Week 10- Full-sided game with Rolling Subs
*SSG- Small Sided Games
During this Semester, I will be teaching Sec 1 and Sec 2 PE classes.
For Sec 1s, I will be taking 1E and 1F
For Sec 2s, I will be taking 2A and 2C
The schedule for the next 5 weeks is
Sec 1s: Track & Field
Sec 2s: Hockey
Today, we see a clip of Sec 1F having a Introduction to the Games Concept Approach.
This will be more apparent in later weeks when we see the Sec 2s using the GCA approach for Hockey.
Mr Randell Siow
Friday, January 19, 2007
Welcome to this Blog,
In the past, I've chronicled major events and happenings during the year in my professional journal. This year, I'm experimenting with using the blogging platform for ease of updating. This may serve as a site where my students and their parents are able to see what is happening in school and what the various events that me and my students are involved in.
Firstly, it's has been the 4th year running for me as Camp Commandant for the Sec 1 Orientation Camp
This year, we improved on-line updates to parents via Blogger and were able to do video uploads as well.(See Links)
The real-time feedback that we achieved with MoBlog last year was enhanced by better quality pictures and streaming video this year.
The camp was a hit with students and parents alike.
With the help of the PE Dept and the FTs, there were no major incidences/accidents apart from the usual scratches and minor discomforts.
I am now the Assistant Form-Teacher of Sec 2A and will be over-seeing them for their On-line Project Work.
I will be taking them for PE, PE theory and On-line-Project Work. As such, I will work closely with Miss Lim, the Form Teacher.
Both Miss Lim and I have collaborated before as FT and AFT and we work very well together. As such, we are determined to give the best of ourselves to all students under our care. It is our desire to see all our students grow into Gentlemen, Professionals and Sportsmen.
Mr Randell Siow
Posted by Mr Randell Siow at 8:54 AM