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

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