Background: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, face-to-face lessons are being suspended and teachers in Hong Kong have to bring their lessons online which leads to a rapid growth in E-learning. Videos demonstrations provide clear coordination sequences of a motor skill to students and research has shown that visual demonstration has a positive impact on the creation of cognitive structure of a skill in students (Al-abood et al., 2001). Although there are countless of videos on different physical activities and some online resources platforms being published on the Internet in the recent years, there is seemed to be lack of an structured online activity bank for Primary 4 to Primary 6 PE lessons aligning with “Physical Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide” (Curriculum Development Institute, 2017) to as reference on lesson delivery for primary school PE teachers. Aim: To create a Ball Games Activity Bank online with skills and activities demonstrations of Basketball, Handball and Taspony for PE teachers as reference and teaching resources for their KS2 classes. Methods: This project was being divited into 3 stages: i)Video Production, ii)Website Construction and iii)Review and Amendment. A website with a total of 60 videos in Basketball, Handball and Taspony are being created and published to the public. Opinions have been received from the viewers and amendment on the website has been done. Conclusion: The systematic and well-organized Ball Games activity bank for Physical Education in primary school has been published publicly on to the Internet and has a positive impact on improving the effectiveness of PE lessons. Further development of the activity bank can be done by including more lesson ideas of tradition and new sports, and create an English version of the website for teachers in EMI primary schools.
|Qualification||Bachelor of Education (Honours)|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
- Capstone Project (CP)
- Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Physical Education) (Five-year Full-time)
- Programme code: A5B062
- Course code: PES4903