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					                                               Why play games?


 Topic                                   In this unit students will explore the structure and features of a
                                         range of games which involve physical activity. They will consider
                                         reasons why people play these types of games. Students will work
                                         collaboratively to create their own games to present to their peers.


 Standard                                5


 Stages                                  13, 14, 15


 Year level(s)                           9 – 10


 Curriculum area                         Health and wellbeing                         English-literacy

 Strand(s)                               2 – Concepts and skills for                  2 – Writing and representing
                                         movement and physical activity
                                         3 – Skills for personal and
                                         social development



 Understanding goal(s) 1.                      Students will understand why people choose to play games
                                               involving physical activity.

                                          2. Students will understand the structure and features of
                                             successful games that involve physical activity.

                                          3. Students will understand how effective design, communication
                                             and problem solving skills are necessary in collaboratively
                                             developing games involving physical activity.

                                          4. Students will understand how to present the game folio piece
                                             effectively.


 Contents                                Unit of work                                                    Pages 1 – 4
                                         Support materials                                               Page 5
                                         Understanding rubric                                            Page 6
                                         Why play games student workbook                                 Pages 7 – 20




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UGs           Learning opportunities                                       Teacher notes and assessment

              Share the unit goals, outline and                            Teacher note
              assessment rubrics with students. Explain
                                                                           Student workbook and assessment rubrics
              how to use the student workbook.
                                                                           are attached. These can be adapted to suit
                                                                           needs of students.

1             Why do people play games?                                    Assessment for learning
              Using Think, pair, share students list                       Assess students’ ability to:
              reasons why people play games that
                                                                               identify reasons for playing games that
              involve physical activity.
                                                                                involve physical activity
              Some reasons students may give:                                  explain reasoning
                         fun / enjoyment
                         health benefits
                         skill development
                         team building
                         develop social skills
                         relaxation
                         competition
                         recreation
                         to win
              Students record this information into their
              workbook. Students select the four most
              important explain their reasons.

1, 2          What are some of our favourite                               Assessment for learning
              games?
                                                                           Assess student’s ability to:
              Students brainstorm and compile a list of
                                                                               identify and discuss games
              their favourite games. Students suggest
                                                                               identify characteristics of games
              similarities and differences in how the
                                                                               sort by similarities / attributes
              games are structured. Use their ideas as a
                                                                               synthesise ideas
              basis for organising a collaborative list or
                                                                               demonstrate understanding of how to
              use predetermined ‘organisers’ (see
                                                                                play the selected games
              examples below) to classify the games on
              the list
                         No equipment                                     Teacher note
                         Invasion                                         Assessment for learning refers to teachers
                         Net/court                                        using evidence of student progress to
                         Striking/field                                   inform their teaching.
                         Target
                         Tag                                              Assessment as learning refers to students
                         Minor                                            reflecting on and evaluating their progress
                                                                           to inform future learning goals.
              From collaborative lists select three games,
              each from a different category, to play.                     Assessment of learning refers to teachers
                                                                           using evidence of student learning to make
                                                                           judgements on student achievement against
                                                                           goals or criteria.




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 UGs          Learning opportunities                                      Teacher notes and assessment

 2            What makes a game successful?                               Assessment for learning
              Using experiences of the games just                         Assess student’s ability to:
              played, students discuss and share ideas
                                                                              identify attributes of successful games
              about what makes a game successful.
                                                                              understand that some attributes are
              Students analyse the structure of each                           fundamental to game success
              game and list the elements that contribute                      break games down into their
              to a game’s success, such as:                                    component parts and discuss in detail
                                                                              accurately record information using a
                         Rules
                                                                               graphic organiser
                         Player positions
                         Safety considerations
                         Boundaries
                         Active participation for all team
                          members
                         Time frame
                         Scoring system
                         Fun
                         Positive health benefits
                         Others?
              Students could display this using a graphic
              organiser such as a concept map.

 1, 2, 3      Game design                                                 Assessment for learning
              In small groups students design and create                  Assess student’s ability to:
              their own game using the planning
                                                                              demonstrate understanding of game
              proforma provided in the student
                                                                               design
              workbook. The proforma can be adapted
                                                                              identify roles within a group
              if necessary.
                                                                              plan and complete the required task


              Students complete a reflective journal                      Assessment as learning
              entry at the conclusion of each planning
                                                                          Assess student’s ability to:
              session. Using the following guiding
              questions:                                                      reflect on group progress
                                                                              identify issues and suggest ways to
                  How has your group worked
                                                                               improve group effectiveness
                   collaboratively to design your game?
                                                                              reflect on personal contribution to the
                  How has your group allocated group                          group
                   tasks?
                  What have been the positives and
                   negatives of working in this group?
                  How would you describe your role in
                   the group?
                  What would you do differently next
                   time?




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 UGs          Learning opportunities                                      Teacher notes and assessment

 2, 3         Games teaching                                              Assessment of learning
              Have each group teach their game to                         Assess student’s ability to:
              another group of students such as a
                                                                              design a game that has attributes of
              younger grade within the school or a
                                                                               successful games
              group from a local primary school.
                                                                              explain how to play the game
                                                                              implement the game with others

 1, 2, 3,     Games folio                                                 Assessment of learning
 4
              Each group prepares and submits a written                   Assess student’s ability to:
              presentation of their game to contribute
                                                                              convey information clearly and
              to the class’s games folio.
                                                                               effectively for audience
                                                                              organise and present information
                                                                               effectively using an appropriate text
                                                                               and format
                                                                              collaborate with others in the group to
                                                                               decide on the content and form of
                                                                               presentation
                                                                              demonstrate understanding of the
                                                                               topic as identified in the understanding
                                                                               goals
                                                                              assess using the understanding rubric




     Resources
      Student Workbook
      Sample layouts of how rules of games are set out

     Reference

     Tomlinson, Carol Ann (2003) Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom,
     Strategies and Tools for Responsive Teaching, Alexandria VA ASCD




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                                       Why play games?
                                               Support materials




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Understanding rubric

                                 4                           3                           2                              1

 Understands why                 Provides a range            Identifies some             Identifies reasons             Identifies reasons
 people choose to play           of valid reasons            reasons and                 and gives simple               but does not
 games involving                 with justifications         justifications but          justifications                 provide
 physical activity.              relating to issues          these do not                                               justifications for
                                                             explore issues                                             choices

 Understands the                 Describes                   Describes                   Describes                      Describes some
 structure and features          structures and              structures and              structures and                 structures and
 of successful games             features which are          features, which             features, which                features, which
 that involve physical           part of successful          are part of                 are part of                    are part of
 activity.                       games and uses              successful games,           successful games,              successful games,
                                 and explains these          uses these in game          but does not apply             and has difficulty
                                 ideas in own game           design, but is              these to their own             designing own
                                 design                      unable to describe          game design.                   game
                                                             their effect on the
                                                             game.

 Understands how                 Identifies and              Identifies and              Identifies design,             Has difficulty
 effective design,               explains how                discusses design,           communication                  identifying design,
 communication and               design,                     communication               and problem                    communication
 problem solving skills          communication               and problem                 solving skills that            and problem
 are necessary for               and problem                 solving skills              support the                    solving skills and
 working with a team             solving skills all                                      collaborative                  how these
                                                             that support the
 to devise, document             support the                                             development,                   support the
                                                             collaborative
 and demonstrate a               collaborative                                           documentation                  collaborative
                                                             development,
 game involving                  development,                                            and                            development,
                                                             documentation
 physical activity               documentation                                           demonstration of               documentation
                                                             and
                                 and                                                     a product.                     and
                                                             demonstration of
                                 demonstration of                                                                       demonstration of
                                                             a product.
                                 a successful                                                                           a product.
                                 product




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                        Why play games?




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     Understanding goals


     1. Students will understand why people choose to play games involving physical
        activity.
     2. Students will understand the structure and feature of successful games that
        involve physical activity.
     3. Students will understand how effective design, communication and problem solving skills
        are necessary in collaboratively developing games involving physical activity.
     4. Students will understand how to present the game folio in an effectively.


     Assessment Tasks

     Activity                             Tasks

     Contribution to Group                 Active contribution of ideas to increase understanding
     Activities
                                           Active listening skills

     Recording Information                 Completion of all required written tasks

     Reflective Journal                    Entries will justify a personal position and demonstrate an
     Writing                                understanding of why people play games
                                           Entries will monitor own progress and strategies for problem
                                            solving

     Presenting Information                Information is clearly displayed
                                           Information presented has been agreed upon in a collaborative
                                            manner
                                           It demonstrates a clear understanding of the topic by drawing upon
                                            the information gathered during the introductory and guided
                                            performances

     Rubric
     Self assessment questions

     Rubric of each
     presentation

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     Suggested lesson outline

     Lesson 1
     Introduction to unit of work
      Share, refine and set unit goals
      View unit outline and assessment rubrics
     Why do people play games?
      Using think/pair/share make a list of as many reasons as you can for why people play
       games.
      With your partner select four (4) from this list that you believe to be the most important.
      In a reflective journal entry, justify each of your selections.
      Share your selections in a collaborative session with the rest of the class to compile a
       comprehensive list of reasons for why people play games.
     What are your favourite games?
      Through a brainstorm session, compile a list of favourite games.
      Classify the list of games using the following organisers (or other mutually agreed
       organisers):
           No equipment games (eg. Heads up Thumbs Down, Killer)
           Invasion games (eg. invade opposition territory to score as in Touch, Netball)
           Net/court games (eg. involve a net or a court as Tennis, Squash)
           Striking/field games (eg. Cricket, Softball)
           Target games (eg. Primary objective is to reach a target as in Golf, Bowling)
           Tag games (eg. Stuck in the Mud, Chain Tag)
           Minor games (eg. games utilising skills from major sports)
      Select three games, each from a different category, to play during the next lesson.

     Lesson 2:
      Warm-up games, simple no equipment games or tag games.
      Play the three selected games.
      As you listen to the description of how to play the game by your teacher (the teacher may
       provide you with a hard copy of how the game is played) and as you play each game try to
       become aware of the common elements in how the games are structured and how well
       the games work.
      Either brainstorm or think/pair/share a list of common elements. As a class make an
       agreed list of common elements that contribute to successful games. Record this
       information
      Form small groups of 3 – 4 students to begin the task of devising your own game.

     Lessons 3 and 4:
      In small groups, using the planning proforma sheet devise your own game.
      By the end of these planning sessions each group must have ….
           Devised their game
           Agreed upon an original name for their game.
           Completed their written presentation ready to submit
           Allocated roles and responsibilities to each group member in preparation for
            presenting their game to the class.
           Rehearsed the game to see if it works.

    Lessons 5 and 6:
     You will be required to teach your game to a group of students from either another class,
      preferably a younger grade group or to a group from a local primary school.
     Your performance will be assessed by your peers.
     You will be required to reflect upon your performance.

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     Favourite Games

     No Equipment




     Invasion




     Net / Court




     Striking / Field




     Target




     Tag




     Minor




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     Game Structures


     In this space create a concept map using text and images that detail the elements that a game
     needs to make it successful. Your understanding of the topic will be demonstrated by your
     capacity to make clear connections between each of the elements and its contribution to the
     success of games.




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     Game Design


     Your Task ….is to create an original game!

      In small groups of 3 – 4 students devise a game suitable for students of your age that
       reflects the knowledge gained about why people play sport and what makes games
       successful.
      Your game can be based on traditional sports but you are encouraged to focus your
       attention on the original ideas of your group members.
      You must consider the available space and equipment and issues such as safety in your
       planning.
      Your game must involve all members of the group you are teaching the game to.
      You will be required to submit a written description of your game as well as teach the
       game to the class. You will have a 15 minute time limit to present your game.
      You will be required to reflect upon your experiences and have two lessons to work on
       creating your game.




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     Group Presentation
     Planning Proforma
     Names of Group Members




     Name of Game

     Purpose of Game (circle those you wish to promote in your game)

        Skill development                 Team building                    Social skills                       Fun

        Tactical challenge                  Relaxation                    Competition                   Health benefits

               Other?                 ……………………                        ……………….......                  …………………….

     What type of game is it? (circle which one)

                   Invasion                                Net / Court                             Striking / Field

                    Target                                      Tag                                     Minor

     What equipment will you use?




     What type of playing area is required? (circle which one)

                Netball court                           Basketball court                            Grassed area

                 Gymnasium                                Tennis court                                  Other

     What rules will you need for your game? Consider the following questions.

     How long will the game be played for?
     Will the game be played in halves, quarters, innings?
     How will players score?
     How will the game start?
     How will the game restart after a goal or point is scored?
     Will you need rules for out-of-bounds?
     Will you have penalties for infringements of rules?
     Will you have rules to protect the safety of players?

     What roles and responsibilities will your group need to effectively teach your game to
     the class?



     What format will your group use for your written submission?



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     Reflective Planning
     Journal


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Self Assessment Rubric
 The purpose of this rubric is to assess the development of your personal
  contribution of ideas to class / group discussions and to the development of your group’s game.
 At stages throughout this unit of work you will be required to reflect and assess
  your understanding of the topic. Your teacher will use a rubric which uses your
  reflections and other evidence you demonstrated to assess your progress against
  the understanding goals.

                          4                          3                          2                         1
 Effective                I listened and gave        I was a good listener      I generally listened to   I seldom listened or
 communication            useful responses. I        and responded well         others but did not        responded well to
                          explained my learning      to others. I explained     respond to what they      others. I was unable
                          and demonstrated           my learning and            said. I explained what    to explain or
                          how to apply it, and       demonstrated how           I had learned but         demonstrate what I
                          gave examples of           to apply what I had        could not                 had learned.
                          how this learning          learned.                   demonstrate how to
                          could be used.                                        apply it.
 Team or group            I helped the group to      I did not cause waves      Sometimes I was not       I did not participate
 participation            be clear about the         in the group and           a good team               willingly, support the
                          task and its               usually provided           member. I did what        efforts of others or
                          requirements. I            useful ideas to group      was required but did      contribute to team
                          helped the group           discussions. I worked      not provide               actions. I rarely
                          develop a plan for         hard to help the           contributions unless      provided useful ideas
                          working effectively        group succeed.             requested to do so.       in group discussions.
                          and contributed
                          directly to the
                          successful
                          completion of group
                          work.
 Focus on task            I was keenly focused       I showed interest in       I was sometimes           I was easily
                          on the task. I did not     the task at hand. I        distracted or             distracted and often
                          distract others and        rarely distracted          distracted others, but    off task. I often
                          worked without             others, and needed         I responded               distracted others and
                          adult supervision or       minimal supervision        immediately to            did not respond
                          reminders.                 or reminders.              reminders by an           positively to peer or
                                                                                adult.                    adult reminders.
 Preparedness and         I was always               I was nearly always        I was usually             I often came to class
 Persistence              prepared. I                prepared for class         prepared for class        without the materials
                          maintained                 work. I worked             work. I worked            I needed and put
                          responsibility for my      conscientiously            toward improvement        little effort into my
                          own learning. I            toward improvement         when directed to do       work. I
                          worked towards             and asked for help         so, but I needed          demonstrated little
                          continuous                 when experiencing          consistent                interest in
                          improvement and            difficulty (prior to the   encouragement. I          improvement. I gave
                          was open to any help       point of failure). I       asked for help when I     up easily and did not
                          offered,                   required little            experienced failure,      seek help when I
                          conscientiously            encouragement to           or when advised to        needed it or when
                          choosing how to use        keep trying.               do so.                    advised to do so. I
                          that advice. I did not                                                          did not respond to
                          give up, even if the                                                            encouragement and
                          task became difficult.                                                          rarely acted on given
                                                                                                          advice or help.
                                                                                                          Sometimes I gave up
                                                                                                          without trying at all.




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                        4                          3                         2                          1
Independent             I demonstrated a           I was willing to think    I mostly relied on         I relied on an adult
Thinking and            willingness to think       independently with        adult directions and       most of the time to
Problem Solving         on my own; I saw           the support of an         often didn’t risk          direct me to what
                        problems as creative       adult. I could identify   thinking for myself in     needed to be done. I
                        opportunities to use       when there was a          problem situations. I      often didn’t think on
                        and apply learned          problem to                saw problems as            my own and didn’t
                        thinking skills and        overcome. I               ‘risky’ and even           choose to solve
                        processes effectively      attempted to solve        though I have learned      problems unless I
                        and appropriately as       those problems using      skills to use in solving   was told to do so. I
                        needed. I used             thinking skills and       problems, I didn’t         did not apply learned
                        specific knowledge,        processes I have          apply them                 kills and processes
                        understanding and          learned.                  independently.             independently. I gave
                        skill to contribute to                                                          up easily and did not
                        the group’s solution                                                            seek help when I
                        to the problem.                                                                 needed it or when
                                                                                                        advised to do so.




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Self Assessment Questions


Three things I have learned about why people play games are:


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The three most important things I have learned about what makes a good game are:


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Two things that I have learned about myself as a learner are:


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The best activity in this unit of work was: .............................................................................................................

because ...........................................................................................................................................................................

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Something I need to improve is ................................................................................................................................

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I would like to find out more about ........................................................................................................................

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Peer Assessment Rubric
 The purpose of this rubric is to assess the end product of each group.
 Each member of your group will be required to complete a rubric for each
  presentation by shading the description that best suits the performance of each
  group.
 You will be provided with sufficient copies to enable you to assess each group.

                            4                            3                            2                           1
 Group cohesion             Our group worked             Our group generally          Our group worked            Our group often did
                            extremely well               worked well together         fairly well together to     not work well together
                            together to present          to present their game,       present their game,         to present their game
                            their game, with all         with all members             with all members            and the game appeared
                            members contributing         contributing some            contributing some           to be the work of only
                            significant amounts of       quality work.                work.                       1-2 students in the
                            quality work.                                                                         group.

 Explanation of game        The explanation of           The explanation of           The explanation of the      The explanation of the
                            how to play the game         how to play the game         game was vague at           game was confusing
                            was very clear and easy      was clear and generally      times and not always        and extremely difficult
                            to follow. Clarifying        easy to follow.              easy to follow.             to follow. Questions
                            questions asked by the       Clarifying questions         Questions asked by the      asked by the class were
                            class were answered          asked by the class were      class were not well         not well answered.
                            clearly and accurately.      generally well               answered.
                                                         answered.


 Rules                      Rules were clear,            Rules were clear,            Rules were at times         The rules were not
                            promoted safe play and       generally promoted           not clear, generally        clear. Safety may have
                            ensured maximum              safe play and mostly         promoted safe play but      been a concern and
                            participation for all        engaged all team             did not always              may have required
                            team members.                members.                     promote maximum             teacher intervention.
                                                                                      participation.              The rules did not
                                                                                                                  promote maximum
                                                                                                                  participation.

 Creativity                 Our group put a lot of       Our group put some           Our group tried to          Little thought was put
                            thought into making          thought into making          make the game               into making the game
                            the game interesting,        the game interesting,        interesting and fun, but    interesting or fun. In
                            original and fun to play.    original and fun to play.    some elements of the        its current format the
                            It would be fun to play      It would be fun to play      game made it harder to      game would not be fun
                            this game again.             this game again with         understand and enjoy.       to play.
                                                         some minor                   With a review of these
                                                         modifications.               elements the game
                                                                                      would be fun to play.


 Name of the game:                                                     List of group members:




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Written Assessment
Rubric



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Written                    All elements of the          Elements of the game         Elements of the game        Few elements of the
presentation               game are clearly             are addressed with           are addressed with          game are addressed
                           addressed with specific      detail. The information      basic detail although       and there is minimal or
                           detail and information       presented is mostly          one or two details may      no detail, or has little
                           presented is relevant.       relevant.                    lack direct relevance. .    relevance to the game.
                           Diagrams and                  Diagrams and                Diagrams and                Diagrams and
                           illustrations are vivid,     illustrations are            illustrations are           illustrations are not
                           accurate and add to          accurate and add to          generally accurate and      accurate OR do not
                           the reader's                 the reader's                 sometimes add to the        add to the reader's
                           understanding of the         understanding of the         reader's understanding      understanding of the
                           game.                        game.                        of the game.                game.

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