# 4.3 Invasion game

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## Invasion game

This is an ideal opportunity for creativity and fun within the context of group activities.

An “Invasion Game” is characterised by the fact that a certain person or team’s “territory” is invaded. It can be effected by physical touching or by being hit by a tennis ball, for example. When an opponent has successfully invaded the other’s territory, a point is scored.

## Leggie

Material for the game: a cricket or tennis ball for every two groups.

• Divide the class into groups of 5 - 10 learners. There must be an equal number of groups.
• Two groups stand at a distance of 5 m opposite each other.
• Each group tries to roll or throw the ball underhand underneath the legs of their opponents.
• One point is allocated to the one group if an opponent from the other team tries to catch the ball but drops it.
• One point is scored each time that the group succeeds in sending the ball between the legs of their opponents.
• The team with the highest score at the end of the game is the winner.

## Group work

• Teams are given 10 - 15 minutes in which to devise there own game and to write down the basic rules of the game.
• Each team gets an opportunity to demonstrate its game to the rest of the class.
• Learners choose the most successful game and then the whole class gets the opportunity to play the selected game.

Hint: Encourage learners to create an interesting name for their game.

## Assessment

 Learning outcomes(LOs) LO 4 P HYSICAL D EVELOPMENT A ND M OVEMENTThe learner will be able to demonstrate an understanding of, and participate in, activities that promote movement and physical development. Assessment standards(ASs) We know this when the learner: 4.1 participates in an outdoor adventure programme through orienteering in different environments; 4.2 performs a sequence of physical activities including rotation, elevation and balance movements; 4.3 participates in and reports on a fitness programme; 4.4 designs and plays a game that includes the concept of invasion; 4.5 investigates fair play in a variety of athletic and sport activities.

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