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Inclusion and Differentiation Case Study 1 – Bench Ball.
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Inclusion and Differentiation Case Study 1 – Bench Ball • Janice is coaching a group of twenty 9-year-olds. They are playing bench ball (like netball but the net is one of the player standing on a bench). They are playing 10-a-side, but it is clear that it is not working very well and some kids are starting to withdraw. Please answer the following questions: • What are the potential root causes of the failure of the activity? • What potential solutions could Janice consider and what would each of them achieve?
Inclusion and Differentiation Case Study 2 – Dodge Ball Ewen has been asked by his Head Teacher to run a lunch-time badminton club for pupils from Year 7 to Year 11. By the morning of the first session Ewen finds out that over 25 children have signed up for the sessions. Ewen has two badminton courts, 10 rackets, 7 shuttle cocks and access to the PE equipment cupboard which has tennis, athletics, basketball and football equipment in it. Please answer the following questions: 1. What are the potential problems Ewen will have to deal with? 2. What can Ewen put in place to make sure all children get the most out of the session?
Inclusion and Differentiation Case Study 3 – Wheelchair User Participant Nigel runs a basketball session for 7-10 year olds at his local community centre. Last week Johnny, a new player, came in. Johnny is a 10 year old wheelchair user that has not done much sport in the past, but who saw the GB Wheelchair Team play in London and was inspired to try it. Nigel was taken by surprise and on reflection thinks he didn’t support Johnny as well as he could have done. Nigel has spoken with Johnny’s parents and assured them this week he will be ready. Please answer the following questions: 1. What are the key issues presented by integrating an wheelchair user into an able body session? 2. What possible solutions can you think of to ensure that both Johnny and the rest of the kids get the most out of the session?