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Physical Education: Grade 6 Version: CPS 09-10

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Unit Name: 6th ‚€“ 8th Grade Ultimate Frisbee

Essential Question

6th-8th Why is teamwork so important in Ultimate Frisbee? 6th Grade: Why are short passes important in Ultimate Frisbee? 7th Grade: Why is ‚€œbeing open‚€Ě important in Ultimate Frisbee? 8th Grade: What makes a play advanced in Ultimate Frisbee?

Topic 1

6th Grade

  • Rules
  • Field Dimensions
  • Throwing
  • Catching
  • Topic 1 Vocabulary

      Fundamentals
    • Offense
    • Defense
    • Pancake catch
    • "C" catch
    • Endzone

    Topic 1 Standards and Elements

    Topic 2

    7th Grade
    Necessary prior knowledge see 6th grade
    Review as needed

  • Positioning
  • Defense/Offense
  • Out-of-Bounds/Rules
  • Topic 2 Vocabulary

    • Positioning
    • Short Pass
    • Scramble
    • Hail Mary

    Topic 2 Standards and Elements

    Topic 3

    8th Grade
    Necessary prior knowledge see 6th & 7th grade.
    Review as needed

  • Strategy
  • Pass plays
  • Topic 3 Vocabulary

    • Advanced Vocabulary
    • Give and Go
    • ¬†

    Topic 3 Standards and Elements

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