FOOTBALL FEVER OUR GLORY - Playbook - Perth Glory FC

 
FOOTBALL FEVER OUR GLORY - Playbook - Perth Glory FC
FOOTBALL FEVER
Educational resource for Australian primary schools

OUR GLORY
Playbook

        HPE
       Years
      3 and 4

OUR GLORY
Playbook
FOOTBALL FEVER OUR GLORY - Playbook - Perth Glory FC
1. UNIT RATIONALE

OUR GLORY
Playbook
FOOTBALL FEVER OUR GLORY - Playbook - Perth Glory FC
UNIT RATIONALE
Football is the most popular game in the world.                 As a culmination to the unit, students will represent their
                                                                team in an event where they will play football and present
It is a game that is played across continents and all manner
                                                                their playbook to an invited audience.
of geography. It brings people together no matter their
background, culture, language or way of life.
                                                                Background information
It is a game that is played by many millions of Australians
on a weekly basis and Australian male and female teams          Football Federation Australia (FFA) is the organisation
compete on a global stage in FIFA World Cups and Asian          responsible for promotion and administration of football in
tournaments.                                                    Australia. FFA is a member of Federation Internationale de
                                                                Football Association (FIFA), the international governing body
Many Australians are passionate about the game and
                                                                for football. Since 2006, the FFA has also been a member
support Perth Glory - the club that represents your             of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the official
community in Australia’s professional domestic football         governing body for football in Asia.
competitions, the Hyundai A-League and the Westfield
W-League.
Australians are known for their passion for sport and for
young Australians in particular this passion often begins in
the schoolyard. The Perth Glory Football Fever resource
presents a tremendous opportunity for you to engage your               For more information
students in their learning across the curriculum through
their passion and interest in football.                                  about FFA, visit:
Learning through the game of football                                 www.myfootball.com.au.
Our Glory Playbook is a unit where your students work in
teams to develop a playbook that will help them prepare for
a football tournament at their school.
They will learn about the values and behaviours they should
exhibit to best represent their team, in addition to football
skills and the nutritional value of food.

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2. UNIT OVERVIEW

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Unit focus                                                         the study of ‘heroes’, principles of good nutrition or football
                                                                   coaching.
The Our Glory Playbook unit provides students in Years
                                                                   Teachers should take note that the football event is
3 and 4 with an opportunity to develop a playbook that
                                                                   additional to the eight lessons that make up this unit.
will inspire them to represent their team in a football
competition and tell them everything they need to know
about how to play football and good nutrition.                     Unit aims
As a finale to the unit they will present their playbook to an
invited audience and play in a football tournament.
                                                                        The aims of this unit are to:
Flexible pathways
                                                                        • Introduce students to the values and behaviours
The primary focus of this integrated unit of work is                       exhibited by people who are regarded as
Health and Physical Education.                                             ‘heroes’ and icons (sporting and non-sporting).
English and Civics and Citizenship outcomes can also                    • Give students an opportunity to experience a
be met through this unit. The Art domain can also be                       broad range of movement skills and apply them
addressed if teachers allow students to develop their own                  to football specific situations.
Our Glory Playbook rather than use the template provided.
                                                                        • Learn about healthy eating practices and
See Curriculum audit for more information.
                                                                           compare the nutritional value of a range of
While there are eight lessons in this unit that build on each              cultural dishes.
other to provide a sequence of teaching and learning,
                                                                        • Allow students to assess risk and follow safety
teachers can determine alternate pathways to suit their
                                                                           principles in games and activities.
student needs if they wish.
                                                                        • Build student awareness of the importance of
• Lessons 1-8 send students on an engaging journey where
                                                                           the value of respect to the effectiveness and
   they focus on learning that prepares them to showcase
                                                                           harmonious dynamic of a good team.
   their work to an audience and participate in a football
   tournament. Students, in their teams, chronicle their
   learning journey in their Our Glory Playbook - a booklet
   that helps them prepare for their event finale.
• Lessons 1 and 2 provide students with an opportunity to
   study two ‘heroes’ (sporting and non-sporting). Through
   their inquiry students gain an appreciation of what it
   means to represent a country, group or a team.
• In Lessons 3 and 4 students use the Australian Healthy
   Eating Guide Food Plate to learn about major food
   groups and what foods they should eat to prepare for the
   tournament. They compare their food intake with that of
   professional footballers and study the nutritional value of a
   range of cultural dishes.
• Lessons 5 and 6 give students the opportunity to learn a
   football activity so that they can teach others.
 They work in teams and allocate roles within those teams.
  They assess and evaluate their activity and deliver a
  presentation to their class. The football component of this
  unit introduces students to the game of football and helps
  prepare them to participate in the end of unit football
  tournament.
Teachers have the option of delivering all eight lessons
or pick and choose specific lessons to cater for their
curriculum and teaching program requirements.
Teachers also have the option of commencing the unit with
an additional Our respect rules - Values lesson, provided
with this resource, if they wish.

Lesson duration
Each lesson in this unit is designed to take 60 minutes
to complete.
Teachers may decide that additional time is needed to
conduct research or undertake a deeper investigation into

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LESSONS
The following is an outline of lessons in this unit:

 LESSON        LESSON                ACTIVITY              WHAT STUDENTS WILL                  ACTIVITY              LESSON
                TITLE                                            LEARN                          SHEETS              DURATION
     1       Talking         Students will analyse the    Students consider and                                 60 minutes
             about           traits and achievements      recognise what makes a
             heroes          of Australian ‘heroes’       person a ‘hero’.
                             and research ‘heroes’ in
                             and out of football.

     2       Our             Students will present        Students learn to present          • Module -        60 minutes
             inspiration     their ‘hero’ nominations     research information and              Our Glory
                             and start to compile         justify their choices to              Playbook
                             information in their         others. They will learn to
                             playbook.                    fulfill assigned tasks and
                                                          work in a coordinated,
                                                          productive way.
     3       Food - fuel     Students will use the        Students learn how to use          • 3.1              Teacher discretion
             for your        Australian Guide to          the Australian Guide to
             body, fuel      Healthy Eating food          Healthy Eating Food Plate
             for football    plate to assess their diet   to make judgments about
                             and compare it to what       the nutritional value of food.
                             professional footballers
                             eat.

     4       Our super       Students will consider a     Students will make                                    60 minutes
             food dish       range of cultural dishes     judgments on their dietary
                             and decide on one which      choices and evaluate the
                             has the most nutritional     nutritional value of a range
                             value.                       of cultural dishes.
     5       Learning        Students will familiarise    Students learn how to              • ALDI            60 minutes
             football        themselves with the          perform and coach a                   MiniRoos
                             game of football and         football activity and use             Fun Cards
                             prepare a session so         performance criteria to
                             they can show others.        evaluate others.

     6       Showing         Students will run football   Students learn how to work         • ALDI            60 minutes
             football        activity presentations for   as a team to run an activity          MiniRoos
                             the class.                   that aims to teach others             Fun Cards
                                                          how to execute a drill.

     7       Completing      Students will complete       Students learn how to              • Football        60 minutes
             our playbook    their playbooks and          assign roles to members               tournament
                             prepare them for             and revisit what they learnt          plan
                             presentation.                about nutrition and football
                                                          to formulate a coordinated
                                                          display.

             The football    Students will participate    Students learn to                                     Teacher discretion
             tournament      in a football event.         implement event plans
                                                          and achieve and evaluate
                                                          objectives.
     8       How did we      Students reflect on their    Students learn to reflect on       • 8.1             60 minutes
             go?             work.                        what they have achieved,
                                                          their process of learning
                                                          and working with others.

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3. CURRICULUM AUDIT

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AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM LINKS
Domains addressed                                        • Critical and creative thinking
                                                         • Personal and social capability
Our Glory Playbook is an integrated unit of work that
focuses on Health and Physical Education.                • Ethical understanding
Other learning outcomes in domains such as English and   • Intercultural understanding
Civics and Citizenship can also be met by students who
complete this unit of work.                              Advice for teachers
General capabilities addressed                           This unit has been aligned with the Australian Curriculum.
                                                         Each state and territory has its own curriculum framework
Elements of this unit address general capabilities in:   specifications. Teachers should check these also when
                                                         auditing program outcomes.
• Literacy
• Information and communication technology (ICT)

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YEARS 3 AND 4 - HPE

  SUBS STRAND          CONTENT DESCRIPTORS             GENERAL CAPABILITIES                  CROSS-         LESSONS
                                                                                           CURRICULUM
                                                                                            PRIORITIES

 STRAND - PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH

 BEING HEALTHY,                                                                                             3, 4
SAFE AND ACTIVE
                    Identify and practise strategies   • Personal and social
                    to promote health, safety and         capability
                    wellbeing.
                                                       • Literacy
                                                       • Critical and creative
                                                          thinking

COMMUNICATING                                                                                               3, 4
AND INTERACTING
FOR HEALTH AND
                Discuss and interpret health           • Personal and social
  WELLBEING
                    information and messages in the       capability
                    media and on the Internet.
                                                       • Literacy
                                                       • Critical and creative
                                                          thinking
                                                       • Information and
                                                          communication
                                                          technology capability

 CONTRIBUTING                                                                                               7
  TO HEALTHY
  AND ACTIVE
                    Describe strategies to make        • Personal and social
 COMMUNITIES
                    the classroom and playground          capability
                    healthy, safe and active spaces.
                                                       • Literacy
                                                       • Critical and creative
                                                          thinking

                                                                                                            4

                    Research own heritage and          •P
                                                         ersonal and social           •A
                                                                                          sia and
                    cultural identities and explore     capability                       Australia´s
                    strategies to respect and value                                      engagement
                                                       •L
                                                         iteracy
                    diversity.                                                           with Asia
                                                       •C
                                                         ritical and creative
                                                        thinking
                                                       • Intercultural
                                                          understanding

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YEARS 3 AND 4 - HPE

 SUBS STRAND             CONTENT DESCRIPTORS                      GENERAL CAPABILITIES                  LESSONS

STRAND - MOVEMENT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

 MOVING OUR    Practise and refine fundamental movement skills    • Numeracy                       5, 6
   BODY        in different movement situations.
                                                                  • Literacy
                                                                  • Critical and creative
                                                                     thinking

               Practise and refine fundamental movement skills    • Personal and social            5, 6
               in different movement situations.                     capability
                                                                  • Literacy
                                                                  • Critical and creative
                                                                     thinking
                                                                  • Information and
                                                                     communication
                                                                     technology capability

               Practise and apply movement concepts and           • Personal and social            5, 6
               strategies.                                           capability
                                                                  • Literacy
                                                                  • Critical and creative
                                                                     thinking
                                                                  • Information and
                                                                     communication
                                                                     technology capability
                                                                  • Ethical understanding

               Combine the elements of effort, space, time,       • Personal and social            5, 6
               objects and people when performing movement           capability
               sequences.
                                                                  • Literacy
                                                                  • Critical and creative
                                                                     thinking
                                                                  • Numeracy

 LEARNING      Adopt inclusive practices when participating in    • Personal and social            5, 6
 THROUGH       physical activities.                                  capability
 MOVEMENT
                                                                  • Literacy
                                                                  • Critical and creative
                                                                     thinking
                                                                  • Numeracy

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YEAR 3 - ENGLISH
Students will be provided with opportunities through this unit to engage with aspects of the following English content
descriptions.

                               CONTENT DESCRIPTORS                   GENERAL CAPABILITIES                MODES        LESSONS

  LANGUAGE

  LANGUAGE FOR          Understand that successful cooperation      • Literacy                          • Listening   1, 2, 3, 4,
   INTERACTION          with others depends on shared use of                                                          5, 6, 7, 8
                                                                    • Personal and social              • Speaking
                        social conventions, including turn-taking
                                                                       capability
                        patterns, and forms of address that vary
                        according to the degree of formality in
                        social situations.

  LITERATURE

  RESPONDING TO         Draw connections between personal           • Literacy                          • Writing     1, 2, 3, 4,
    LITERATURE          experiences and the worlds of texts, and                                                      6, 8
                                                                    • Personal and social              • Listening
                        share responses with others.
                                                                       capability
                                                                                                        • Speaking
                                                                    • Critical and creative thinking
                                                                                                        • Reading
                                                                    • Ethical Understanding
                                                                    • Intercultural understanding

  LITERACY

   INTERACTINGS         Listen to and contribute to                 • Literacy                          • Listening   1, 2, 3, 4,
    WITH OTHERS         conversations and discussions to share                                                        5, 6, 7, 8
                                                                    • Personal and social              • Speaking
                        information and ideas and negotiate in
                                                                       capability
                        collaborative situations.

                        Use interaction skills, including active    • Literacy                          • Listening   1, 2, 3, 4,
                        listening behaviours and communicate                                                          5, 6, 7, 8
                                                                    • Personal and social              • Speaking
                        in a clear, coherent manner using
                                                                       capability
                        a variety of everyday and learned
                        vocabulary and appropriate tone, pace,
                        pitch and volume.

                        Plan and deliver short presentations,       • Literacy                          • Writing     2, 3, 6, 8
                        providing some key details in logical
                                                                    • Personal and social
                        sequence.
                                                                       capability
                                                                    • Critical and creative thinking

                        Use comprehension strategies to build       • Literacy                          • Listening   1, 2, 3, 4,
                        literal and inferred meaning and begin to                                                     5, 6, 7, 8
                                                                    • Personal and social              • Speaking
                        evaluate texts by drawing on a growing
                                                                       capability
                        knowledge of context, text structures                                           • Reading
                        and language features.                      • Information and
                                                                       communication technology
                                                                       capability
                                                                    • Critical and creative thinking

  CREATING TEXTS        Plan, draft and publish imaginative,        • Literacy                          • Reading     7
                        informative and persuasive texts
                                                                    • Information and
                        demonstrating increasing control over
                                                                       communication technology
                        text structures and language features
                                                                       capability
                        and selecting print, and multimodal
                        elements appropriate to the audience        • Critical and creative thinking
                        and purpose.

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YEAR 3 - CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP

                            CONTENT DESCRIPTORS                      GENERAL CAPABILITIES                  LESSONS

CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP SKILLS

   ANALYSIS,     Use information to develop a point of view.         • L
                                                                        iteracy                       1, 2, 3, 4
 SYNTHESIS AND
                                                                     • Critical and creative
INTERPRETATION                                                          thinking
                                                                     • Personal and social
                                                                        capability
                                                                     • Intercultural
                                                                        understanding

   PROBLEM       Interact with others with respect, share views      • Literacy                       1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
 SOLVING AND     and recognise there are different points of view.
                                                                     • Numeracy
   DECISION
   MAKING                                                            • Critical and creative
                                                                        thinking
                                                                     • Personal and social
                                                                        capability
                                                                     • Ethical Understanding

                 Work in groups to identify issues, possible         • Literacy                       5, 6, 7
                 solutions and a plan for action.
                                                                     • Critical and creative
                                                                        thinking
                                                                     • Personal and social
                                                                        capability
                                                                     • Ethical Understanding

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YEAR 4 - ENGLISH

                        CONTENT DESCRIPTORS                        GENERAL                  MODES           LESSONS
                                                                  CAPABILITIES

LITERACY

                 Interpret ideas and information in spoken     • Literacy                 • Listening     1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
                 texts and listen for key points in order to                                              6, 7, 8
                                                               • Critical and creative   • Speaking
                 carry out tasks and use information to
                                                                  thinking
                 share and extend ideas and information.

 INTERACTING
                 Use interaction skills such as                • Literacy                 • Listening     1, 2, 4, 5, 6,
 WITH OTHERS     acknowledging another’s point of view                                                    7, 8
                                                               • Personal and social     • Speaking
                 and linking students’ response to the
                                                                  capability
                 topic, using familiar and new vocabulary
                 and a range of vocal effects such as tone,    • Critical and creative
                 pace, pitch and volume to speak clearly          thinking
                 and coherently.

                 Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations      • Literacy                 • Writing       3, 6, 7, 8
                 incorporating learned content and taking
                                                               • Personal and social     • Listening
                 into account the particular purposes and
                                                                  capability
                 audiences.                                                               • Speaking
                                                               • Critical and creative
                                                                                          • Reading
                                                                  thinking

 INTERPRETING,
   ANALYSING,    Use comprehension strategies to build         • Literacy                 • Writing       1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
  EVALUATING     literal and inferred meaning to expand                                                   6, 7, 8
                                                               • Information and         • Listening
                 content knowledge, integrating and
                                                                  communication
                 linking ideas and analysing and evaluating                               • Speaking
                                                                  technology
                 texts.
                                                                  capability              • Reading
                                                               • Critical and creative
                                                                  thinking
                                                               • Personal and social
                                                                   capability

                 Plan, draft and publish imaginative,          • Literacy                • Writing       2, 8
                 informative and persuasive texts
                                                               • Information and
                 containing key information and supporting
                                                                  communication
                 details for a widening range of audiences,
                                                                  technology
                 demonstrating increasing control over
CREATING TEXTS                                                    capability
                 text structures and language features.
                                                               • Critical and creative
                                                                  thinking

                 Use a range of software including word        • Literacy                 • Reading       2, 3, 4, 7, 8
                 processing programs to construct, edit
                                                               • Information and
                 and publish written text, and select,
                                                                  communication
                 edit and place visual, print and audio
                                                                  technology
                 elements.
                                                                  capability

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YEAR 4 - CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP

                           CONTENT DESCRIPTORS                      GENERAL CAPABILITIES                  LESSONS

CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP SKILLS

   ANALYSIS,     Use information to develop a point of view.        • Literacy                        1, 2, 3, 4, 7
 SYNTHESIS AND
                                                                    • Critical and creative
INTERPRETATION                                                         thinking
                                                                    • Personal and social
                                                                       capability
                                                                    • Intercultural
                                                                       understanding

   PROBLEM       Work in groups to identify issues, possible        • Literacy                        1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
 SOLVING AND     solutions and a plan for action.
                                                                    • Critical and creative
   DECISION                                                            thinking
   MAKING
                                                                    • Personal and social
                                                                       capability
                                                                    • Ethical understanding

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4. T
    EMPLATES TO
   PROMOTE YOUR EVENT

OUR GLORY
Playbook
1. INVITATION TO OTHER CLASSES
Purpose
To extend an invitation to teachers of other classes to have their class attend the football event.

Sent
In week one of the program.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                            Public School

              18th February 2019

              Dear (Insert: RECIPIENT NAME),

              Our local Hyundai A-League club, Perth Glory is providing our class with an opportunity to learn how to
              prepare for success through football and we would like your class to get involved.

              Learning about team values, nutrition and football

              (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes in our
              community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a football
              tournament.

              The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

              Your class is invited

              The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football tournament scheduled for
              (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

              This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
              All parents and families are welcome to attend and (or) contribute in any way they can.

              We also kindly offer you and your class an invitation to attend.

              (OPTIONAL INCLUSIONS) We have invited special guests from our community and the event day will be
              catered with cultural food. A cultural dance troop and music will also form part of the event day entertainment.

              It will be a great event and we are looking forward to your attendance. Please RSVP by (Insert: DATE).

              I hope to hear from you soon.

              Regards,

              (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

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2. INFORMATION LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY
Purpose
To inform the school community - teachers, students and parents - about the Our Glory Playbook unit.

Sent
In week one of the program.

                                                                                                              Taylor
                                                                                                         Public School

             18th February 2019

             Dear (Insert: RECIPIENT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Our students learning through football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes
             in our community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a
             football tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Come and support our event

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
             All parents and families are welcome to attend and (or) contribute in any way they can.

             For more information please contact me at the school on the contact details provided.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

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3. PROMOTIONAL POSTER
Purpose
To promote the Our Glory Playbook unit.

Sent
In week one of the six week event preparations.

                                                                     Taylor
                                                                 Public School

               A COMMUNITY AND FOOTBALL CELEBRATION

                                          (Insert: Year 3-4 CLASS NAME)

                                       Our Glory Playbook presentation

                                                  (Insert: EVENT DATE)

                                                  (Insert: TIME & VENUE)

                              Join us on this exciting football-themed day where
                        (Insert: Year 3-4 CLASS NAME) exhibits its rich understanding
                         and appreciation of the heroes in our community, the value of
                                    good nutrition and the game of football.

                            (Optional) We have invited special guests and the event
                                       will be catered with cultural food.

                            (Optional) A community dance troop and music will form
                                    part of the football event entertainment.

                           (Insert: YEAR LEVEL) girls and boys are invited to attend.

                                     For more information contact
                 (Insert: YOUR SCHOOL CONTACT AND YOUR SCHOOL PHONE NUMBER
                                        OR EMAIL ADDRESS)

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4. LETTER SEEKING SPONSORSHIP
Purpose
To seek resources for the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week one of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                Taylor
                                                                                                            Public School

             18th February 2019

             Attention:
             (Insert: SPONSOR CONTACT
             NAME ADDRESS SUBURB,
             CITY POSTCODE)

             Dear (Insert: SPONSOR CONTACT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes
             in our community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a
             football tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             A chance to support our event

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.

             I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved on the day. Local and mainstream
             media and many parents will also be in attendance.

             In order to make event an enjoyable one, we are seeking assistance from (Insert: SPONSOR’S NAME) by way of
             donations of food, snacks, drinks or other food products for the students taking part on the day.

             Any assistance your organisation is able to provide would be greatly appreciated.

             Thank you for considering our request. I will contact you in the next week to discuss this further. For more
             information please contact me at the school.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

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5. LETTER SEEKING HELP FROM PARENTS
Purpose
To request parental assistance for the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week one of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                             Public School

             18th February 2019

             Dear Parents,

             As you are aware (Insert: YOUR SCHOOL NAME) will be running the Our Glory Playbook football event on
             (Insert: DATE) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This day is about building partnerships between students, parents and teachers and, with this in mind, we
             extend an invitation to you to be involved.

             If you would like to assist in planning, managing or supervising on the day or providing food for our food stall,
             please contact me at the school at your convenience.

             The Our Glory Playbook football event commences at (Insert: STARTING TIME) and will conclude at (Insert:
             FINISHING TIME).

             Your involvement would be greatly appreciated by the staff and students of the school.

             Should you have any queries about the day or wish to discuss the event further, please do not hesitate to
             contact me at the school.

             I’m looking forward to speaking to you soon.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

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6. INVITATION TO LOCAL DANCE TROOPS
Purpose
To invite a local dance troop to the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week three of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                             Public School

             18th February 2019

             Attention:
             (Insert: CONTACT NAME
             ADDRESS SUBURB, CITY POSTCODE)

             Dear (Insert: CONTACT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes in our
             community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a football
             tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Help us build community

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).This is an event where our students use their learning
             to bring people together and build a stronger community.

             As a respected performer(s) in our community and, with this day being about enhancing community, I would like
             to extend a cordial invitation to you to be involved.

             It would be particularly exciting for our school community if you could perform a set of traditional dances to
             augment the occasion.

             The event starts at (Insert: TIME) and I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved,
             all celebrating a great community initiative.

             Thank you for considering our invitation.

             I look forward to your response in the near future.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                         OUR GLORY              Playbook            HPE Years 3 and 4   21
7. LETTER INVITING COMMUNITY GROUPS
Purpose
To invite local community groups to the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week three of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                             Public School

             18th February 2019

             Attention:
             (Insert: CONTACT NAME
             ADDRESS SUBURB, CITY POSTCODE)

             Dear (Insert: CONTACT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes in our
             community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a football
             tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Help us build community

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
             All parents and families are welcome to attend and (or) contribute in any way they can.

             As you are a respected multicultural group in our community and, with this day being about enhancing
             community, I would like to extend a cordial invitation to you to attend.

             The event starts at (Insert: TIME) and I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved,
             all celebrating a great community initiative.

             Thank you for considering our invitation.

             I look forward to your response in the near future.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                         OUR GLORY              Playbook            HPE Years 3 and 4   22
8. LETTER INVITING SPECIAL GUESTS
Purpose
To invite special guests such as former students, mayor, local councilors etc to the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week three of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                             Public School

             18th February 2019

             Attention:
             (Insert: CONTACT NAME
             ADDRESS SUBURB, CITY POSTCODE)

             Dear (Insert: CONTACT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes
             in our community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a
             football tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Help us build community

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
             All parents and families are welcome to attend and (or) contribute in any way they can.

             As a respected leader in our community, and with this day being about enhancing community, I would like to
             extend a cordial invitation to you to attend.

             The event starts at (Insert: TIME) and I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved,
             all celebrating a great community initiative.

             Thank you for considering our invitation.

             I look forward to your response in the near future.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                         OUR GLORY              Playbook            HPE Years 3 and 4   23
9. LETTER INVITING LOCAL FOOTBALL CLUBS,
HYUNDAI A-LEAGUE AND WESTFIELD W-LEAGUE
CLUBS AND STATE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
Purpose
To invite local football clubs, A-League and W-League clubs and state football association to support your students in the
lead up to and during the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
In week two of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                                 Taylor
                                                                                                             Public School

             18th February 2019

             Dear (Insert: RECIPIENT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes
             in our community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a
             football tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Come and support our event

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
             All parents and families are welcome to attend and (or) contribute in any way they can.

             As you are a respected club (or football association) in our community and, with this day being about enhancing
             community, I would like to extend a cordial invitation to you, your players and coaches to attend and support
             our day.

             Your support and advice to our student coaches would be particularly invaluable.

             The event starts at (Insert: TIME) and I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved,
             all celebrating a great community initiative.

             Thank you for considering our invitation. I look forward to your response in the near future.

             For more information please contact me at the school on the contact details provided.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                         OUR GLORY              Playbook            HPE Years 3 and 4   24
10. LETTER TO LOCAL AND MAINSTREAM MEDIA
Purpose
To promote the Our Glory Playbook football event to local and mainstream media and to provide media outlets with photo
opportunities.

Sent
In week two of the six week event preparations.

                                                                                                              Taylor
                                                                                                         Public School

             18th February 2019

             Dear (Insert: RECIPIENT NAME),

             We are pleased to announce that in (Insert: MONTH) (Insert: SCHOOL NAME) (Insert: CLASS NAME) will be
             taking part in an exciting educational initiative – the Our Glory Playbook unit.

             Learning about team values, nutrition and football

             (Insert: CLASS NAME) is undertaking the Our Glory Playbook unit where it investigates heroes
             in our community and uses them, and what they learn about good nutrition and football, to prepare for a
             football tournament.

             The unit is part of the FOOTBALL FEVER educational resource developed by the Football Federation Australia.

             Come and support our event

             The highlight of the program is the Our Glory Playbook football event scheduled for
             (Insert: EVENT MONTH DATE TIME) at (Insert: VENUE).

             This is an event where our students use their learning to bring people together and build a stronger community.
             I anticipate that there will be well over (Insert: NUMBER) students involved on the day.

             This project provides our students and school with an opportunity to associate itself with a professional
             sporting organisation in our community. From a media perspective it provides a powerful story about students
             celebrating diversity and modeling respect through sport.

             Photo and story opportunities can be made available on request.

             For more information please contact me at the school on the contact details provided.

             Yours sincerely,

             (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                       OUR GLORY             Playbook           HPE Years 3 and 4   25
11. THANK YOU LETTER
Purpose
To thank those who have contributed to and (or) participated in the Our Glory Playbook football event.

Sent
One week after the event.

                                                                                                               Taylor
                                                                                                          Public School

              18th February 2019

              Dear (Insert: PARTICIPATING SCHOOL CONTACT NAME),

              On behalf of (Insert: YOUR SCHOOL NAME), I would like to thank you and your students for contributing and
              (or) participating in the Our Glory Playbook presentation at our school on (Insert: DATE).

              Along with Perth Glory, our school is proud to be contributing positively to our community by running such
              events.

              The program met our curriculum priorities in Health and Physical Education, English and Civics and Citizenship,
              in a meaningful way.

              It also gave our students an opportunity to promote and model the value of respect in our school. The synergies
              around peer learning and cross year level interaction were also a highlight.

              Once again thank you for your support.

              Yours sincerely,

              (Insert: TEACHER NAME or CLASS CONTACT)

                                                                        OUR GLORY             Playbook           HPE Years 3 and 4   26
ASSESSMENT RUBRIC: HOW DID I GO?
Health and Physical Education                                    resources available locally to support their health, safety
Years 3 and 4 Achievement Standard                               and physical activity.

By the end of Year 4, students recognise strategies for          Students apply strategies for working cooperatively and
managing change. They examine influences that strengthen         apply rules fairly. They use decision-making and problem-
identities. They investigate how emotional responses vary        solving skills to select and demonstrate strategies that help
and understand how to interact positively with others in         them stay safe, healthy and active.
different situations.                                            They refine fundamental movement skills and movement
Students interpret health messages and discuss the               concepts and strategies in different physical activities and
influences on healthy and safe choices. They understand          solve movement challenges. They create and perform
the benefits of being fit and physically active. They describe   movement sequences using fundamental movement skills
the connections they have to their community and identify        and the elements of movement.

                                                                 OUR GLORY         Playbook         HPE Years 3 and 4          27
ASSESSMENT RUBRIC: HOW DID I GO?
Rate yourself for this unit by ticking one of the columns for each statement. Ask your teacher to do the same. Are there
differences? Similarities? Talk to your teacher about them.

                      STATEMENT                             EXCELLENT      VERY GOOD            GOOD        DEVELOPING

 MY CHALLENGES...                                           ME   TEACHER   ME    TEACHER   ME   TEACHER     ME    TEACHER
 OUR PLAYBOOK PRESENTATION...
 I was well prepared and knew my role.

 I looked at the audience as I was speaking.

 I spoke at a good pace - not too slow or not too fast.

 I used expression and modulated my voice to make
 my point.

 I used visual aids to enhance my presentation e.g.
 playbook, PowerPoint/Keynote, images etc.

 KNOWING OUR HEROES...
 I can research those from our community who are
 regarded as ‘heroes’.

 I can discuss and justify my ‘hero’ choices.

 I can identify and select written and visual text about
 our ‘hero’ choices.

 KNOWING ABOUT GOOD NUTRITION
 AND FOOTBALL...
 I can investigate a range of cultural dishes.

 I can use Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Food
 Plate to decide which dishes are most nutritious.

 I understand the relationship between food and
 energy.

 I can compare what I have eaten with the Australian
 Guide to Healthy Eating Food Plate.

 I can set up and run a football activity.

 I can self-correct, correct others and accept
 correction by my peers when fulfilling my activity role.

 I have learnt the basic football skills that I need to
 show others.

 I can apply instructions learnt to show others a
 football activity.

 WORKING WITH OTHERS...
 I can show respect to others by allowing them to
 contribute to discussions and listening to their ideas.

 I can participate in and contribute to discussions.

 I can clarify my understanding by asking questions.

 I can plan, rehearse and deliver a presentation with my
 team.

 I can express an opinion and justify my ideas.

                                                                     OUR GLORY       Playbook      HPE Years 3 and 4       28
LESSON 1
TALKING ABOUT HEROES

OUR GLORY
Playbook
TEACHING AND LEARNING PLAN
Lesson 1                                                      TIB - This is because...
Talking about heroes                                          It will help us understand what it means to represent a
                                                              group or team.
Lesson venue
                                                              Lesson delivery
Classroom
                                                              The following provides you with a suggested plan on how
                                                              to deliver this lesson. You are encouraged to take a flexible
Lesson duration                                               approach and modify this lesson and its timings to suit the
                                                              needs and abilities of your students.
60 minutes
                                                              1. Prior to class
Important teacher advice                                      To prepare for this lesson ask students to read a comic
                                                              book, watch a television episode or play a board or
                                                              computer game about their favourite superhero.
                                                              Superheroes could include well known western heroes such
                                                              as Green Arrow, Superman, Spiderman or Wonder Woman.
      Unit pathways
      There are a range of teaching pathways that             During this task ask them to particularly take note of what
      you can take in this unit. It is recommended            makes the superhero special and who the superhero is
      that you review the lesson-by- lesson Unit              representing.
      overview provided to assist you with your
      forward planning.

      Assessment
      The Assessment rubric should be discussed
      with students in the early stages of this unit.
      You may make changes to this rubric in line
      with the lessons you decide to cover.

      Information and Communication Technology
      (ICT), media and social media
      The use of ICT, media and social media
      is encouraged in this unit. See ICT, media
      and social media opportunities for more
      information.

Student prior knowledge
Students should be able to use a range of research tools to
conduct an investigation.

WALT - We are learning to...
Investigate two ‘heroes’ from Perth Glory.

WILF - What I’m looking for...
• I can recognise and discuss the characteristics and
   achievements that makes a person a ‘hero’ to those he or
   she represents.
• I can conduct an investigation into players from Perth
   Glory who are regarded as ‘heroes’.

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The scenario
2. Outline scenario (10 minutes)
At the start of the lesson have the class read the following scenario on interactive whiteboard or projected on a data screen.
Be sure to check your students’ level of understanding and clarify any words that are unfamiliar to them.

               OUR GLORY PLAYBOOK

               Perth Glory is preparing for the new Hyundai A-League and Westfield
               W-League seasons.
               As a member of the Perth Glory squad you have a big responsibility to be
               at your best for the competition. To help you and your team, your class is
               to create a football playbook that will outline what you need to do to be
               successful.
               Your playbook will include advice on how to execute the basic skills of
               football and what good nutrition means. It will also include inspiring stories
               of famous players who have proudly represented Perth Glory.
               At the end of this unit your class will come together and share their
               playbook information and play in a football competition where all your
               secrets of success will be on show.
               A class version of the playbook will be produced and used
               to get you ready for the season ahead.
               Representing Perth Glory in the right manner is
               very important so make sure you and your
               teammates work well together to produce
               a dynamic playbook.
               Good luck.

                                                                OUR GLORY          Playbook         HPE Years 3 and 4       31
Teachers should explain to students that, for the purposes         students to brainstorm, in their teams, the names of some
of this unit, a playbook is a document that contains their         ‘Australian heroes’ that they may know of.
team’s secrets of success. It outlines plans, rules and
                                                                   They may be an Australian footballer or other sportsperson,
knowhow that their team will use to prepare for the football
                                                                   politician, activist, musician, military soldier, artist, poet,
tournament held at the end of the unit.
                                                                   actor, explorer, teacher, medical person, local hero or one of
3. Organising student teams (5 minutes)                            their family members or friends.
Classes that have not completed Our respect rules -                Write student nominations on the board as groups share
Values lesson                                                      their ideas with the class.
Divide the class into six teams. Teams should, where               In their responses students should explain why the people
possible, consist of students who do not normally belong           their team have nominated are ‘heroes’. Responses might
to the same friendship group. It is also recommended that          include:
each group has a mix of academic abilities and a spread of         • their achievements
students with a familiarity of football.
                                                                   • the way they have represented the country
Classes that have completed Our respect rules -
Values lesson                                                      • their actions

If you set the scene for this unit by completing the optional      • their courage and bravery
Our respect rules - Values lesson student groups should            • overcoming huge obstacles
remain the same as those that were formed during that
lesson. These groups should remind themselves of the team          • rescuing others
rules that they agreed to by reading over their                    • building Australia’s reputation around the world
signed agreement.
                                                                   • making Australians proud and inspired.
4. Understanding representation - Talking about heroes
                                                                   Ask students to write the names on the board and their
    (10 minutes)
                                                                   responses in their workbooks for future reference.
As part of their task for this unit it is important for students
to gain an appreciation of what it means to represent a            6. Looking for inspiration (25 minutes)
group or team.                                                     Explain to the class that in this unit each student will be
Refer students to their pre-lesson superhero task. In their        representing their team in a football event.
teams ask them to discuss their favourite superhero with           For inspiration, and to gain an understanding of what it
other team members.                                                means to represent their team with pride, students will now
Ask them to talk specifically about what special powers            research two heroes – one in football, specifically at Perth
                                                                   Glory and one in their local community.
their hero has, who the hero represents such as, city,
country, planet, family or friends and why they admire them        At least one hero should be either a current or former Perth
so much.                                                           Glory footballer and one should be a person outside sport
                                                                   who is recognised for their selfless work in the school’s
5. Australian heroes (10 minutes)                                  local community. They should use the notes from the earlier
Relate the student superhero discussion to real modern day         discussion about ‘Australian heroes’ to assist with their
or historical ‘heroes’ who are admired for their achievements      inquiry.
and the way they have represented their country.
                                                                   Students should have this task completed by the next
Write the words ‘Australian heroes’ on the board. Ask              lesson.

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LESSON 2
OUR INSPIRATION

OUR GLORY
Playbook
TEACHING AND LEARNING PLAN
Lesson 2                                                        •H
                                                                  ow have they set a good example when representing
                                                                 others?
Our inspiration
                                                                The team’s task is to agree on two heroes that will act as
                                                                inspiration for their team and be included in their playbook.
Lesson venue                                                    Once decided teams are to present their two ‘heroes’ to
                                                                the class.
Classroom
                                                                2. Introducing Our Glory Playbook (5 minutes)
Lesson duration                                                 Distribute to each student group Our Glory Playbook
                                                                - hard copy to each group or interactive pdf version on
60 minutes
                                                                student computers, laptops or iPads.

WALT - We are learning to...                                    Flick through the booklet with students. This booklet
                                                                provides them with an (interactive or hard copy) framework
Deciding who will be our inspiration.                           to complete a range of tasks throughout the unit.
                                                                Each team’s completed playbook will assist them to be
WILF - What I’m looking for...                                  at their best for the football event at the end of the unit.
                                                                It will also be the basis of their presentation to an invited
                                                                audience on that event day.

                                                                An alternative for students
     • I can discuss and justify my ‘hero’ choices.
                                                                You may decide to give student teams an opportunity to
     • I can help my team to reach a consensus in its          develop their own Our Glory Playbook. Students can
        choices.                                                decide what additional pages may need to be inserted and
     • I can identify and select written and visual text       what information they will need to prepare for their final
        about our ‘hero’ choices that will act as an            event.
        inspiration for our work.                               The playbook could also be completed as a video, with
                                                                students filming their learning and reflections, and presenting
                                                                their final work online or as part of a multimedia presentation.
                                                                They can incorporate interviews with experts in nutrition
TIB - This is because...                                        and football and include engaging footage to enhance
                                                                their production.
It will help us understand the qualities, characteristics and
behaviours we should adopt when representing our teams          3. Compiling Our Glory Playbook (35 minutes)
in a football event.                                            To start student teams are to complete the Our Glory
                                                                Playbook front cover and Our inspiration page (page 37).
Lesson preparation                                              The front cover includes spaces for the Perth Glory logo
                                                                and name. It also provides a space where a photo of each
Prior to the lesson teachers should organise the following:
                                                                student team can be inserted. Images can be inserted by
• Our Glory Playbook - hard copy to each group or              cutting and pasting digital images or by drawing.
   interactive pdf version on student computers, laptops or
                                                                Our inspiration page (page two of the booklet) provides teams
   iPads.
                                                                with space to insert information about their two ‘heroes’.

Lesson delivery                                                 Students should decide what information about their
                                                                ‘heroes’ that they would like on this page.
The following provides you with a suggested plan on how
                                                                As they will refer to this page to remind themselves about
to deliver this lesson. You are encouraged to take a flexible
                                                                what it means to represent their team, the content they
approach and modify this lesson and its timings to suit the
                                                                decide on should offer them encouragement and motivation.
needs and abilities of your students.
                                                                Some ideas might include:
1. Deciding on our inspiration (20 minutes)
                                                                • The heroes’ achievements
Gather students in their groups and ask them to discuss
and justify their ‘hero’ choices with their team members.       • Inspirational quotes by the ‘hero’ or about the ‘hero’
In defense of their choices students will need to explain:
                                                                • Images of the ‘heroes’ in action or helping others
• Why they think the person they have chosen is a ‘hero’?
                                                                •A
                                                                  list of qualities shown by the ‘hero’, for example, respect
• How did they make their country, city, town, team or          for others and being a good team person
   family proud?
                                                                • Information on how the ‘heroes’ have represented others

                                                                OUR GLORY         Playbook          HPE Years 3 and 4           34
• What hero qualities your team will be showing throughout
                                                                  IMAGE          The Image consultant makes the
   the unit.
                                                                CONSULTANT       final decision on all images used in
As part of a playbook project team each team member                              the playbook. They will also make
should be assigned a certain role to ensure that this                            sure that their team is not infringing
playbook task is completed on time.                                              copyright when sourcing photos
                                                                                 online.
The following roles could be assigned:
                                                                   HERO          The Hero researcher is responsible for
                                                                RESEARCHER       deciding what information about the
    STUDENT                    DESCRIPTION                                       selected ‘heroes’ will be included on
     ROLES                                                                       the playbook Our inspiration page.

   PROJECT          The Project manager is the                   GRAPHIC         The Graphic designer is responsible
   MANAGER          spokesperson for the team. They are          DESIGNER        for deciding on the overall ‘look’ of
                    responsible for ensuring that the task                       the playbook. They need to ensure
                    is completed on time and the team                            that the Perth Glory colours used are
                    members are coordinated. They will                           correct and the layout of each page is
                    also have the deciding vote when the                         engaging.
                    team is not in agreement.
                                                              Student teams should have this task completed by the next
                                                              lesson.

                                                              OUR GLORY       Playbook         HPE Years 3 and 4          35
OUR GLORY
PLAYBOOK

            Insert our team photo

OUR GLORY
Playbook
OUR INSPIRATION
Insert photo of your hero 1   Insert photo of your hero 2

                              OUR GLORY    Playbook    HPE Years 3 and 4   37
AUSTRALIAN GUIDE TO HEALTHY EATING FOOD PLATE

Our Food Plate
Source: Australian Government, National Health and Medical Research Council, Department of Health and Ageing.

                                                                                         OUR GLORY              Playbook   HPE Years 3 and 4   38
CHOOSING OUR SUPER FOOD DISH
Your task
Categorise the ingredients of your favourite healthy dish into the food plate below.
Also include additional foods your team could eat in conjunction with your selected favourite healthy dish - make sure that
all main food groups are addressed.

Name of dish:                                                    Write or type the ingredients of this dish?

Insert picture or drawing of your favourite healthy dish

                                                                OUR GLORY          Playbook       HPE Years 3 and 4       39
OUR FOOTBALL SKILLS

WHAT DID WE ENJOY MOST ABOUT TEACHING OTHERS?

WHAT DID WE FIND MOST CHALLENGING ABOUT TEACHING OTHERS?

WHAT FOOTBALL SKILLS DID WE LEARN?

WHAT FOOTBALL GAME DID WE TEACH OTHERS?

WHAT CAN WE IMPROVE ON FOR NEXT LESSON?

                                           OUR GLORY       Playbook   HPE Years 3 and 4   40
LESSON 3
FOOD - FUEL FOR YOUR BODY, FUEL FOR FOOTBALL

OUR GLORY
Playbook
TEACHING AND LEARNING PLAN
Lesson 3                                                       • Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Food Plate – see: Our
                                                                  Glory Playbook page 2 - hard copy to each group or
Food - fuel for your body, fuel for football                      interactive pdf version on student computers, laptops or
                                                                  iPads.
Lesson venue
                                                               Lesson delivery
Classroom
                                                               The following provides you with a suggested plan on how
Lesson duration                                                to deliver this lesson. You are encouraged to take a flexible
                                                               approach and modify this lesson and its timings to suit the
60 minutes                                                     needs and abilities of your students.

                                                               1. Why we eat (20 minutes)
Student prior knowledge
                                                               Explain to students that, as footballers representing their
Students should understand that the basic energy needs of      teams, they will need to look at their nutrition habits and
a professional footballer is greater than the average person   develop an eating plan to help them perform at their best.
in the population.                                             Draw a graphic organiser (see: Teacher information -
                                                               Graphic organiser – ‘Why we eat’ provided with this lesson)
WALT - We are learning to...                                   on the board with the topic: Why we eat.

Use the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Food Plate to       The topic should stimulate discussion around ideas such
make judgments about what people eat.                          as taste, hunger, health and energy. For the purposes of this
                                                               lesson the focus should be on food and its relationship
                                                               to energy.
WILF - What I’m looking for...
                                                               The following are questions to consider in your class
                                                               discussion:
                                                               • How do you feel when you are hungry?
      • I can talk about why we need to eat.                   • Do you feel more or less energetic?
      • I understand the relationship between food            • Does a professional footballer need more or less energy
         and energy.                                              than the average person? Why?
      • I can make comparisons between what our
                                                               2. What are we eating? (40 minutes)
         group has eaten with the Australian Guide to
         Healthy Eating Food Plate.                            Distribute to teams Activity sheet 3.1 - What we ate and
                                                               drank - hard copy to each group or interactive pdf version
      • I can present and justify our findings to class.       on student computers, laptops or iPads.
      • I understand that food from each food group
                                                               For this task student groups are to write down, in the
         helps the body grow and be healthy.
                                                               spaces provided, what they ate and drank the day before
                                                               for breakfast, lunch, dinner including any snacks.
                                                               Once the activity sheet has been completed ask students to
                                                               turn to page 2 of their Our Glory Playbook.
                                                               Explain to students that the Australian Guide to Healthy
TIB - This is because...                                       Eating Food Plate, shown on this page, tells us that we
                                                               should eat a variety of foods, with less of some foods and
It will help us understand the food intake that will give us   more of others.
the energy we need to play football later in the unit.
                                                               Students should compare what they ate and drank
                                                               yesterday (Activity sheet 3.1- What we ate and drank) with
Lesson preparation                                             the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Food Plate and
Prior to the lesson teachers should organise the following:    present their findings to class. The questions to address
                                                               include:
• interactive whiteboard, data projector or audio visual
   equipment to play video to be viewed by the whole class     • In which category did most of the food consumed by your
                                                                  group come from?
• Teacher information - Graphic organiser – ‘Why we eat’
                                                               • Have you as a group eaten food from each food group?
• Activity sheet 3.1 - What we ate and drank - hard copy
                                                               • As a team are you eating healthily?
   to each group or interactive pdf version on student
   computers, laptops or iPads.                                • Which student has the most nutritious diet in your group?

                                                               OUR GLORY         Playbook         HPE Years 3 and 4         42
• Looking at the food plate which food categories do you    In the next lesson students will be applying their knowledge
   think are most important for professional footballers?    of the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Food Plate to
                                                             decide on a healthy dish from their own culture that will be
Teachers should end this discussion by emphasising that
                                                             included in their playbook.
foods from each of the four main food groups help the body
grow and be healthy.

                                                             OUR GLORY        Playbook         HPE Years 3 and 4      43
ACTIVITY SHEET 3.1 - WHAT WE ATE AND DRANK
In the spaces provided write what every member of your team ate and drank yesterday for breakfast, lunch, dinner and
any snacks.

                                                     SNACKS

            DESSERT                                                                            MEAT

                                               WHAT WE
                                               ATE AND
                                                DRANK

               FRUIT                                                                    VEGETABLES

                                                      DRINK

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GRAPHIC ORGANISER - ‘WHY WE EAT’
This graphic organiser can be used to get students to rank    • To fight off illness
their own ideas. As a class they can debate and justify the
most and least important reasons why people eat. They can     • Makes you feel good
then rank them (bottom step being the most important and      • To stay healthy
the top step being the least important)
Here are some possible student responses:                     • Because they are hungry

• Gives you energy                                            • Because it tastes good

• To stay social                                              • To grow strong.

                                                              OUR GLORY           Playbook   HPE Years 3 and 4   45
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