TLW demonstrate different skills of basketball to try and score points. 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.
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.
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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.
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This Basketball Unit Plan was designed for the Elementary School aged group, more specifically Kindergarten through to Fourth Grade. Included in this package are 16 basketball lessons that have been placed in the order I have taught them in my physical education classes. Within each full page less
Use this lesson plan as an introduction to a unit on basketball. Students will read a text lesson, summarize and discuss its contents, and take part in some hands-on activities.
• Assign 2 teams of 3 to each quarter of the basketball court. • One point for every 3 consecutive passes is awarded. • After 3 consecutive passes, the basketball is placed on the ground for the opposing team to begin. • If a pass is incomplete, the basketball goes to the other team. • Principle of 3's is in effect: