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Join Date: Jun 2012
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# 25
02-12-2013, 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted by havam View Post
I like the idea of scrapping the test element. 1v1 would go against the whole message that PvP is a team sport that we have been singing for the last couple of session.

minimum of 3v3 with feedback from observer coaches and co-coaches. We'll go into the basics of teamplay in session 3. Personally, i view session 4 as an opportunity to not do much talking, have some matches, where the basics (redistribute etc) have been covered, and the class as a whole can evaluate each others performances.

Ideally, everybody had enough time to practice and implement our feedback. This is the time to have some fun, and learn something on the side.
You're right, Havam. I think 3 v 3 would be better, in part because I don't want the coaches to have too many students to watch, which would no doubt be the case in a 5 v 5. In any case, we will discuss this a bit more on Saturday when we have the coaches meeting. I hope the two of you are able to make it, so that you can share your insights.

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