This is an excerpt from Teaching Sport Concepts and Skills 4th Edition With HKPropel Access by Stephen A. Mitchell,Judith L. Oslin & Linda L. Griffin.
Elementary Level II
Tactical Problem Attacking
Game Team handball
Lesson Focus Receiving and shooting quickly and accurately
Objective Transition to shoot and shoot accurately after receiving a pass.
4v4 to goal with goalkeeper
Goals Shoot when possible and be on target.
- Players may take up to three steps with the ball.
- Players use a warm defense (arm’s length).
- To score, players shoot downward from outside the shooting line or goal box.
Q: What should you do if you receive a pass close to the goal?
Q: Where do you aim—up or down? Why?
A: Down. It is harder for the goalkeeper to save.
Shooter A passes to feeder F, who passes the ball across to shooter A, who has advanced. Shooter A receives and shoots at the goal. Player B shoots next (figure 11.8).
Cue Pass, move, receive, step, and shoot downward.
- Players feed from the other side.
- Players fake a shot before the actual shot.
- Players jump and shoot.
Repeat game 1.
Questions and a discussion about shooting.
Q: When is the right time to shoot?
A: As soon as you get the chance.
Q: Where do you aim the shot, and why?
A: Down, to make it harder for the goalkeeper.