The following thesis is concerned with the topic of coordination training. According to modular secondary education, which will be introduced nationwide starting from tenth grade, as of the schoolyear 2017/18, regarding all forms of secondary education that last for three years or longer, a module will be created, which will serve to familiarize students with the meaning and major aspects of coordination. The thesis consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part will cover general components of performance capability, followed by closely discussing several aspects of coordination. A few of these topics are: performance-determining factors of coordination, guidance and control of coordination, the meaning of coordination, components of coordinative abilities, coordinative requirements, development and trainability of coordination, weaknesses in coordination, diagnosis of coordination and training methods for improvement of coordination. Finally, the theoretical part will conclude with the presentation of a special form of coordinative training, which is called proprioceptive training. Furthermore, the practical part will deal with a general introduction into the modular system, followed by the presentation of the module for coordination training for secondary education, which has been developed in the course of crafting this thesis. This will be done by explaining the framework conditions and aims, according to which the coordination module has been devised. The final part of this thesis consists of the designed lesson plans including explanations of the individual exercises. While the first unit serves as a general introduction, the units two to nine will each address one component of coordinative capabilities and proprioceptive training. The tenth and final unit forms a collective closure of the module.