TLW apply different skills learned in the unit to play 5-on-5. Learning Activity: Warm-up 3 laps High knees, butt kickers, lunges, side lung - up to half court line and back. o Arms across, arms over head, toe touches, quad stretch, butterfly, pretzel. o Center circle- ball handling: basketball rotations around head, body, and
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In 2019, 128 years after Dr. Naismith’s first game, the OPEN Basketball Nation celebrates the roots of the game by providing physical educators and youth coaches the tools to teach basketball as a lifelong activity that promotes the very best in humanity. This Middle School Basketball module is just one part of the OPEN Basketball Nation ...
3rd Grade: Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: 1. Accurately pass a ball to a partner using the bounce, chest, and overhead pass using proper form. 2. Catch a pass from a partner 85% of the time. 3. Maintain good control of the basketball while running and dribbling 4. Shoot a basketball with an overhand motion. 5.
Grade 6 Basketball Unit. This website offers four sequenced lesson plans useful for a Basketball unit at the Grade 6 level. The following lessons have been used in a Grade 6 Physical Education class with great success. It is our hope that teachers will find these lessons useful and be able to implement them in their future classes.
KELLI MCLARTY PHYS ED UNIT PLAN BASKETBALL Lesson 1 Grade/Subject: 10 P. E Unit: Manipulating an Object Lesson Duration: 80 min SPECIFIC OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES LEARNING OBJECTIVES (2-3, clear, and measurable) Students will: Intro to Basketball PASSING and DRIBBLING ASSESSMENT S
This is a 6-Day Basketball Unit Plan for 6th-8th Graders. In this you will receive a 6-day Unit, lesson plan, numerous assessments, and small-sided offensive and defensive strategies of the game of basketball. Activities are developmentally appropriate for students with small-sided practice tasks.Wo
Give the point total for each ball. 7 on 7 and two balls may be used per team at any given time. Teams may exchange either ball at any time during the game, official ball exchanger standing near center court, one for each team. Dribbling not necessary, but a pass must be made within 3 seconds of possessing the ball.
Summary: In this highly detailed unit and sequence of lesson plans, students learn all of the specialised movement skills and theory behind the sport of basketball. From the structure of the court, to the fundamental skills that are required to dribble, shoot and pass, this is an ideal unit for years 9 and 10 but could also be used in other areas.
• Assign two groups of 3 to each quarter of the basketball court. • Demonstrate the game with 2 students or with a student and the assistant. • Designate one student to be in the middle (interceptor). • On your signal, the 2 outside students pass the basketball to each other without the interceptor intercepting it or knocking it down.