Basketball Unit – Lesson 1 Grade: 8 Subject: Physical Education Facility: Classroom and Gymnasium Materials: ° White board and markers ° Handouts of terminology and rules (15) ° Basketballs (15) Standards: 8.2.2 Understand the relationship between cue words and movement skills.
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Basketball Unit Goals and Objectives Kindergarten: Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: 1. Accurately pass a ball to a partner using a bounce pass. 2. Catch a bounce pass from a partner 50% of the time. 3. Dribble a basketball with the fingertips maintaining basic control.
Take a look at the fundamental skills with videos below, (part of the ‘ Basketball PE lessons ’ pack) – and teach them in your next gym class when working on basketball. If you need an example basketball lesson, click here to see an easy to follow 1-hour example lesson.
After teaching the ball handling drills during the first lesson, we begin the following lessons of our unit by doing a quick warmup for about 3-4 minutes of Follow the Leader and ask students to work on keeping their eyes up and trying to copy the ball handling moves that the teacher is doing without looking at the ball.
This module introduces children to ball handling skills and movement concepts most often associated with the sport of basketball. Hand dribbling, passing, and receiving (catching) are the primary skills emphasized. However, a variety of other learning outcomes are also addressed within the module’s activities. Note: there are no outcomes for 2-handed passing associated with basketball.
6 Week Basketball Lesson Plans - Years 4/5/6. This resource includes six weeks of basketball lesson plans that progress and follow on from one another. They are suitable for years 4, 5 and 6.
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.
Basketball Skills(MS 6-8) It would be very interesting to know what Dr. James Naismith would think about the evolution of a game that he invented in December of 1891. Although his vision for the game probably didn’t include the NBA, slam dunk contests, or 3-point shoot-outs, we believe he would be happy to know that millions of students ...
competitions for primary school children. 4. Prepare children for intra and inter school competition by instruction in basic sports skills. 5. Make children aware of the positive benefits of participation in sporting activities. 6. Keep up to date with the latest coaching practices and the principles of physical growth and development.