PE: Floor Hockey
Students will model good sportsmanship
in athletic competition
Students will learn the rules,
positions, terms, and skills associated with hockey
C Layer: Choose enough for
- Take notes over
lecture (3 at 5 pts each)
Rules and Positions
Proper Techniques of Passing, Shooting,
Signals of Officials of Hockey
- Create a chart showing
10 of the signals used by officials in hockey (15 points)
- Write a letter to
a friend as if you just played your first professional hockey game.
- Complete flashcards
over terms, positions, and rules of hockey. (15 points)
- Go to www.nhl.com and provide an oral summary to the
teachers about the rules and positions in hockey. (10 points)
- Create a visual
on the computer labeling the equipment worn and used by hockey players.
- Write a one page
paper discussing the origins of hockey. (10 points)
B Layer: Choose enough for
- Choose a minimum
of 2: Accurately demonstrate the proper skills for:
- Participate in the
class game (10 points for each day participating (maximum of 30 points
over 5 days of playing)**In order to get points, you must participate,
demonstrate skills, and practice good sportsmanship throughout the game.
- Be one of 2 officials
for a class game of floor hockey (10 points)
- Coach one of the
2 teams playing the game of floor hockey (10 points)
A Layer: Choose 1 for 25 points:
- Record 10 minutes
a hockey game on TV. Analyze the footage as a coach or official. What
would you have done differently? Do agree with the decisions of the
- Would you rather
play hockey on ice or inline skates? Which do you think is safer? Which
would be more fun?
- Hockey players were
not always forced to play hockey with helmets on their heads. In the
late 80s/early 90s, rules changed forcing newer players to wear helmets.
Would you have wore one or not given the chance? Why or why not?