BASKETBALL •Mr. Lanham •Physical Education •Fundamentals of Basketball
Questions •How many people have played basketball before? •How many people know how to properly dribble a basketball? •How many people know the rules of the game?
Learning Connections •The main connection here is hand – eye coordination for dribbling. •Other connections are understanding the rules and teamwork .
GOALS • Dribble with head and eyes up with both hands. • Dribble around chairs without losing control of the basketball. • Being able to understand what to do when on offense and defense.
Assessment •The student will dribble the basketball while keeping head at me, not the ball. •The student will dribble around chairs without losing control. •The student will know how to run different offenses and defenses
Tasks •Dribble the ball while looking at me, not the ball. •Dribble around 5 chairs while keeping the ball under control (it is not a race, it is for control). •Dribble the ball with your fingertips, do not slap at the ball, treat it like an egg.
Teaching Strategies •Trust yourself, trust the ball, it will come back to you, believe it. •Do not make it a race, do not beat the person next to you, beat my challenge of getting through the chairs. •Treat the ball like an egg, be gentle, do not slap at it, use your fingertips.
Management •Everyone will stand in a straight line, one at a time they will dribble and look at me. •2 lines with 5 chairs lined up in front of each line, two at a time they dribble down through the chairs and then dribble back around.
Materials and Resources • Basketballs • Cones •Chairs
Links to Curriculum Standards •West Virginia Physical Education Standards