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HLTH 2204

Curriculum Models in Physical Education

Tutorial Five

Games for Understanding – A tactical games approach


 Develop strokes from the forecourt
 Introduce the strategies & tactics of doubles play
 Discussion for SEPEP season
o game modifications
o fixtures
o ethics
o results
 Evaluate the doubles pairs for SEPEP (Pre season)
 Selection to confirm pairs

1. Net Shot Game

Play 1V1 using a low serve followed by play limited to the area between the net and the front service line
(Fig 1)

P4

P2 P2

P1 P1

P3

Fig 1 Fig 2

2. Development
Introduce partner. (Fig. 2)

Games for Understanding Approach (GU)


Play 1V1 using a low serve followed by play limited to the area between the net and the front service line
After a given number of shots from the front court play an attacking lob and play the rally out

Discuss the merits of the various positions it is possible to adopt after the attacking lob

3. Trials & Selection Process (Stage 1)

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4. The Doubles Game
Players may need to slow the game down and play co-operation doubles to learn court
positioning in relation to:

a) the intention of the shot played from their side;


b) positioning with partner to cover possible replies.

Sections of the game with appropriate court positioning can be rehearsed and then put back
into the whole game. For areas of responsibility for players in attacking and defensive
formations see Fig 3

Fig 3

Teachers Notes
For starting positions in tasks see Fig 4

Task 1
Player 1 serves high and takes up a sides defensive position with Player 2.
Players 3 and 4 move from receiving serve positions to an attacking front/back
formation and must play a downward shot. Players 1 & 2 try to hit low into a space.
Teacher Notes
• Each player has 5 successive
serves. The practice stops
after the 4th shot in each rally.
Guided Discussion
Which side had the advantage after the 4th shot and what position had that side
taken up?
Development
Play the rallies out.

Task 2
Player 1 serves low and takes up a front attacking role with Player 2 behind.
Player 3 returns with a low placement. The rally continues for 4 shots.
Guided Discussion
Discuss the merits of the various positions it is possible to adopt after the return of
serve.
Development
Play the rallies out.

Task 3
Player 1 serves low and looks for replies around the net area. Player 3 replies
with a net shot. A cooperative net rally follows until Player 1 lobs the shuttle high to
the rear court and takes up a defensive role in one half-court. Player 2 moves into
the adjacent half-court. Stop the rally after the lob: check all positions.
Guided Discussion
Discuss the merits of the various positions it is possible to adopt after the return of
serve.
Development
Play the rallies out.
Fig 4

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See notes associated with this tutorial for additional Doubles practice routines

Student Check

In defence, players should take


up a position so that they are
Fig 5 equidistant from the shuttle
within the angle of returns,
facing the shuttle.

Angle of return with line


dividing the angle of return

Fig 5

5. Mixed Doubles
In attack
Female role is:
• Cover the front part of the court.
• Keep the shuffle low on the opponent’s side of the net.
• Kill at the net whenever possible.
• Try to get a lifted shuttle for partner.
Male role is:
• Hit down whenever possible.
• Placement shots should be used to create spaces.
• Use power to create a winning shot or to get a weak reply for partner.

In defence
Female role is:
• Drop back to cover the cross court smash.
• Move back into the front part of the court at the first opportunity of regaining the attack.
Male role is:
• Be ready to cover the straight smash.
• Play a shot to regain the attack.

Once doubles players have developed a basic understanding of attack and defence principles, the game can be
played faster and with a competitive rather than a co-operative approach.

REMEMBER
The basic principles:
• Whenever possible get the shuttle low on the other side of the net (See Fig 6).
• Develop an aggressive approach, but vary placement and power.
• Treat good shots with respect, but try to reply with a good shot from your side to increase your chances of winning.
• Be prepared to rally until you get the chance to play a winning shot.
• Get to the shuttle early.

Fig 6

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Attempt to develop the above principles both in serve and receive practice and in practice games.

6. The Low Serve


Forehand Serve (Fig 7) and Backhand Serve (Fig 8)

Aim To force the opponent to play a lifted return.

KTP
• Use a short push action.
• Keep the hand cocked.
• Try the shortened grip.

7. Service Rules

8. Service Rotation Doubles

9. Trials & Selection Process (Stage 2)

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