Friday, October 22, 2010
For post exam training:
Mon, 25 Oct, 9-11am
Wed, 27 Oct, 3-5pm
The 4 boys taking part in the Pilot Pen Doubles Tournament, please refer to the link below. The rest of the team can also plan an outing to give them your support:
Thursday, October 7, 2010
- Let them play with one of us
- Team bonding activities (doubles...)
- make them do physical activities (competitions)
- show them what we usually do during our training
- quiz about badminton
- create pamphlet, flyers
- Show them our gear.
Play with them unless there is a long queue. If there is a long queue, play with them for a while, then let them play by themselves.
Have some small games/activities by the side. (little skill games like shooting or keeping the shuttle cock in the air for the longest time.)
Ushers or banners at a strategic location to get people.
5 point game. **Need to make a roster for the available jobs each of us can do at the certain point of time.
Video, questions, quizzes..
Have two groups, A and B so that when one group is resting (eating or water break) another group will take over.
Committee doing the small bazaar games, manning the booth, making the video, ushering, publicity.
Have to be professional, friendly and calm.
Can tell them that these activities is just to interest them in the sport, and it is not our training. Our training is definitely MORE tough.
Mobile. people going around shouting for people to come. (politely) need to make a banner after exams and posters and others.
Preparations may need 3 weeks. need different groups.. 2 major working groups for preparations. Detailed roster would be done by EXCO after exam. (for both actual day and preparation)
We will have to redecorate our blog to show on that day.
EVERYONE will be involved in this event.
Aisyah, Kok Yin, Nadiah, Michelle
Ming Yong, Chen Yu, Sue Lun, Zhi Qi
Benjamin, Jonathan, Kun Yao, Jun Hao, Tse Tzang, Teoh Yun
Working on $40 and Exco need to allocate to all the groups.
Please tell the Exco the amount of money you need for your preparation. (to various groups)
No major activities at the stage.