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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High School: Upon successful completion of this unit, students will: 1. Shoot both layups and jump shots using correct basic form. 2. Effectively pass a ball to teammates in a game situation. 3. Demonstrate both zone and man defenses and be able to use both in a game situation. 4. Use various offensive teamwork strategies to score on an opposing team 5.
Basketball Unit Plan Dillan-Jean Karst Unit Objectives Psychomotor 1. Students will be able to effectively pass, dribble and shoot in various drills and game situations (B2) Cognitive 2. Student’s will be able to assesses their peers and provide positive, prescriptive feedback. (A2, C4) 3.
Basketball Lesson Plan. Josh has taught Earth Science and Physical Science at the High School level and holds a Master of Education degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. Use this lesson plan as an ...
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
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
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.
So you’re gonna start planning your Basketball Unit? First things first – kick it off by reminding those athletic kids that think they don’t need any practice with fundamentals that even PRO players practice the fundamentals to get better and master their skills.