As discussed in Introduction to Building Code Windows article, sitting down to get specific about what matters or you'll want to review/share, is what you should write down when planning your code window. Not that its rocket science, but being able to see some basic ideas can always help get your brain thinking along those lines. The language or terminology you use to describe parts of your game should be the same in your window, so you may call it something slightly different, but so long as your coaches and players are on the same page.
Below are some basic windows for field hockey, lacrosse and soccer and we'd be happy to discuss or add others that would be helpful as a guide.
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Field Hockey Example:
Another soccer example:
Men's Lacrosse Example:
Women's Lacrosse Example: