Floor Hockey – gameplay!

The fourth part of our digital Sports Guidebook shows FITS participants competing in an international floorball tournament. The winner was Slovak team, but two other teams fought hard and managed to score at least one goal per game.

The Guidebook was created by students and teachers of three parnter schools, from Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria. The films were shot during Learning Teaching Training Event in Zilina, Slovakia. Enjoy it! ?

Floor Hockey – Warm-up techniques!

If you want to play floor hockey, you need to warm up first. The third part of our digital Sports Guidebook introduces you to warm-up techniques used even by professional hockey players before the match! These are e.g. lower skipping, jogging, high skipping, leg curls, leg extensions, combined jump aside, stretching, etc.

The Guidebook was created by students and teachers of three parnter schools, from Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria. The films were shot during Learning Teaching Training Event in Zilina, Slovakia. Enjoy it! 🙂

 

Floor Hockey – drills!

The second part of our digital Sports Guidebook introduces you to drills typical for floor hockey, such as stickhandling, dribbling, passing, shooting, attacking and many more.

The Guidebook was created by students and teachers of three parnter schools, from Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria. The films were shot during Learning Teaching Training Event in Zilina, Slovakia. Enjoy it! 🙂

 

Floor Hockey – Rules and Equipment!!!

Would you like to learn to play floor hockey? Then let us introduce the first part of our digital Sports Guidebook which explains what rules apply in floor hockey and what equipment you will need to play it 🙂

The Guidebook was created by students and teachers of three parnter schools from Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria. The films were shot during Learning Teaching Training Event in Zilina, Slovakia. Enjoy it! 🙂

 

The floorball glossary done

One of the FITS results is a multilingual glossary of the sport terminology in  English, Polish, Bulgarian and Slovak language and some part is  already prepared.

glossary floorball

FITS in Slovak media

The Private vocational school Pro scholaris in Žilina offers to its students a opportunity to attend at three international projects FITS, ELS and WISH. According to the director of the school Mr. Tomáš Milata it is extremely important that pupils could visit a foreign country and get familiar with the functioning of other schools. The students have a lot of task to complete that you must to be prepared in Slovakia, and then they must be transmitted to the partner schools. We have three mobility projects,  that takes us a lot of time, but I think that this is extremely usefully expended energy,” said Milata.

http://skolskyservis.teraz.sk/skoly-sr/sos-pro-scholaris-v-ziline-pripravuje/44216-clanok.html

Slovak poster

The poster shows how great the Erasmus + is. The international meeting „Everyone Can Play! – Hockey took place in Žilina in January 2018. After presentations of the countries, regions, towns and schools the international teams took part in a number of teambuilding activities. The students could visit HK Dukla Trenčín and meet a profesional hockey players.  Students and teachers attended  a live ice-hockey match, they also took part in workshops on how to play floorball and all the students played matches between mixed international teams. And for now we are looking forward to Bulgaria, because  Everyone can do it – dance!

Slovak FITS in video

Soon we will join the next project meeting in Bulgaria… but for now we can live from some of the FITS memories 🙂

Let’s play Floor Hockey! – PE lesson plan in English and Polish!

Physical Education plan created in two languages: English and Polish.

Subject: Let’s play floor hockey!

Objectives  of this Physical Eduaction lesson are to mare students practice speed, works on strenghtening their arms and legs, improves their edurance, agility and motor coordination. After the lesson students will know basics and rules of floor hockey, they will know how to properly pass the puck, shoot, receive, dribble, play one-on-one and play as part of a team.

 

Let’s play hockey!

Zagrajmy w hokeja!

Say NO to exclusion! – form lesson plan in English and Polish.

Subject: Say NO to exclusion.

Objectives if this lesson are to let students express their feelings concerning other people, to make them aware of problems connected to discrimination and social exclusion, to make them emphatic. After the lesson students will be tolerant of others – they won’t mind other people’s appearance, beliefs, opinions or social status. Moreover, students will be able to express their opinion about others without criticising, to name their feelings and emotions concerning other people. They will want to stand up for others and react appropriately to different opinions and behaviours.

Say NO to exclusion

Mówimy NIE wykluczeniu!

 

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