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.
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. Watch how he differentiates instruction for so many children.
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A Sample 3 week Unit Plan: This plan is based off seeing kids once a week for 3 weeks, but can easily be modified with the additional activities included to create a longer plan if needed. Details, equipment needed, and relevant grade level outcomes are included for each lesson. Basketball Cues Posters: 2 different variations of posters ...
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.
Elementary PE Dribbling with Basketball Full Lesson (20 min) Lesson Ideas. Instant Activities. Basketball Scramble (3-5) Individual Basketball Skills Card Warm-Up (3-5) Dribble and Go... (3-5) Partner Basketball Skills Card Warm-Up (3-5) UNO Basketball Warm Up (3-5) Be Annoying (4-5) Basketball Warm-Ups (6-12) 3 Team Basketball (9-12) K-2. Poly Spot Dribbling
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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Basketball. Objective: Students will understand and be able to demonstrate the rules and skills needed for an organized basketball game. The skills will include: dribbling, shooting, passing, lay-ups, and game play. Assessment: Peer skill rubric and a written quiz.
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 ...
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.