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. Create an account.
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Dribbling Beanbag Transfer – This lesson helps teach students how to keep their eyes up when they are dribbling a ball. Grades 6-8. Bottle Cap Basketball (Bounce Pass) – Great way to have your students practice the bounce pass. Pennies work too, but make it much harder! Grades 9-12. Basketball Golf – Set up a course in your gym to help students learn about shooting a basketball. Assessment
BASKETBALL LESSON 4 4th-5th GRADE EQUIPMENT • Set up grid area for every 6 1 basketball for every 2 students • Place basketball containers in Containers or basketball cart • Set-up HRPA play area 2-4 noodles • 5 cones per court to set up grids (24 students per court) LESSON OUTCOMES: Demonstrate a chest pass.
BASKETBALL LESSON 4 K-1st GRADE EQUIPMENT • Set up grid area for every 6 1 basketball for every 2 students • Place basketball containers in Containers or basketball cart • 2-4 noodles • 5 cones per court to set up grids (24 students per court) LESSON OUTCOMES: Demonstrate a chest pass. Execute a fake chest pass.
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.
As stated in performance objectives or lesson evaluation. PRESENTATION. To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps: 1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions; 2. Guide pupils to describe basketball game. Pupil’s Activities – Describe ...
TPA Lesson Plan- Basketball (4v4) 1. Teacher Date Taught Class School/District 2. Subject Team Sports Principle 3. Lesson Title/Focus Basketball 5. Length of Lesson 35-40 Minute Lesson 4. Grade Level 9 th Grade 6.
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