15 Differentiated badminton resources for each of the core skills utilised within badminton. Resource cards provide opportunities for student led activities as well as peer and self assessment opportunities.
Can be used for all groups when doing Badminton, KS3/4/5 with all the information that is required to play, officiate and score a game. Fits nicely so that it can be printed as a 2-sided laminated resource card that will last forever.
A complete set of badminton resource cards, covering every shot used in the game, as well as service and shot cycle cards. These resources are all that you need in order to teach badminton to any age group to Outstanding level.
This booklet describes the skills and techniques in badminton. It includes: the GCSE badminton specification, the rules of badminton, court diagram for singles and doubles, grip breakdown, stroke cyle and characteristics of skill, including diagrams/pictures and teachnique for each shot. Can be used for KS3 and KS4, ready to print off.
A differentiated badminton bingo task card to assess sporting ability, officiating and general understanding of badminton all inside 1 lesson. It allows all levels of ability to achieve success through the use of differentiation by outcome
Here are a lot of different badminton games that you can use in your class. You can print them and let the students take charge within the lesson. It has progressions and differentiations for each of the different games.
A worksheet designed to test knowledge of badminton rules. Originally designed for BTEC Unit 2. Worksheet has 9 questions and requires prior knowledge of badminton rules with some questions requiring advanced knowledge of rules and match play scenarios.
A fun and engaging way of getting pupils to play matches with classmates. The bingo card has a range of challenges in it as well as a differentiation technique to match the ability of the pupils. This also improves communication and literacy levels in Physical Education.
A very detailed 60 minute model lesson plan for badminton, focussing on the short serve. Very detailed learning objectives, assessment, differentiation, diagrams and content included in 3 pages of in-depth specialist subject knowledge.
Perfect for a trainee wishing to view an outstanding lesson plan, or for an experienced teacher wishing to make use during lesson time. Focussed on KS3/4 (year 9/10) students wishing to perfect their short serve, with specific drills to enable maximum participation and achievement, as well as extend learning and challenge higher-end students.