Narrations (for scripts) - General information and teaching points about the sport and the skills required to participate successfully. A document for each competence level. As the level progresses, the information becomes more specific and technical. You can use the narrations to familiarise yourself with an unfamiliar sport before commencing a class. The language is student-friendly, so you can use them as a basis for your own script if you wish to narrate the video files yourself.
Skills sessions/Lesson plans - These activities can be used in your PE classes to initially practise some of the skills featured in the videos. Equipment requirements are listed, and diagrams show how to set up each activity. Lists of potential questions are also included, to test students’ understanding. To edit the Skills sessions, copy and paste the text from the PDF into your own document.
Skills chart (for assessment) - This editable assessment chart of the skills covered in the videos contains space for student names (additional name spaces can be added). Criteria for achieving assessment levels of ‘high’, ‘medium’ and ‘low’ in each skill are also included.
Data projector files (.mov) - These can be played on a data projector on wet weather days. The voiceover for these is for the intermediate competence level only. You can also add your own narration, if you prefer.
Sports Skills Video Podcasts:
The DVD includes a Skills Chart for assessment, sample skills lessons, overview and teaching points and video podcast files: with sound and without.
The User Manual provides a step-by-step guide on how to customise the video podcast voiceovers on both Mac and PC.