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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
This basketball unit is a basic fundamental skill unit for the sport of basketball. This unit was designed for grade 5, and may be adjusted to meet the needs of third grade through high school.This basketball unit consists of nine lessons: Ball Handling, Passing, Dribbling, Shooting, and The Lay-Up. Subjects:
Feb 21, 2018 - Ideas for basketball lesson plans. I will adapt these lesson plan ideas to 6th grade PE and Ohio PE standards. These lessons will help me to improve my instruction of invasion games.
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.
Basketball Lesson Ideas for PE. Teaching Dribbling. Elementary PE Dribbling with Basketball Lesson Video – Watch Elementary PE Teacher Tom Winieki teach a lesson on basketball dribbling to his 4th graders. This video will give you a great perspective on how to effectively teach the skills of basketball in a very small space.
Basketball Unit Plans 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.
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.
• Play space is a basketball court (add a second court if too crowded). • Give positive specific feedback. Designate 4 students as “taggers;” they wear pinnies. • Each student (including taggers) has a basketball and is dribbling. • On your signal, taggers attempt to tag as many students as possible without
Basketball Dribbling Cues Assessment. At the end of the unit I give my 2nd graders a verbal quiz to see if they know the 3 cues for a basketball dribble, this is one of our common report card assessments for 2nd grade (details on how I do grades here).