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.
Can you please explain to me the breakdown of the lessons you would do with a Kindergarten class for your Basketball Unit? For example – Lesson 1: Ball Handling and Dribbling Lesson 2: …? Lesson 3: ….? Thank you so much!
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.
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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