Learning objective: 1. To understand the correct dribbling technique 2. To know how to protect the ball 3. To be able to change direction whilst dribbling Lesson Structure Introduction/ warm up (Connection and Activation) With timings Differentiation (Extension/Support)
When dribbling stationary I will have my student extend his dribbling arm/hand all the way out ...
The student will be able to dribble a basketball using motor skills and different movement patterns. Students will be able to lean their body forward slightly, with knees partially flexed, and head up. The wrist of the dribbling hand is relaxed, with fingers cupped and spread apart. Push the ball toward the floor off the fingertips.
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.
Learning objective: 1. To understand what the correct basketball shooting technique. 2. To score a basket using the backboard. 3. To be able to combine dribbling skills with shooting skills. Lesson Structure Introduction/ warm up (Connection and Activation) With timings Differentiation (Extension/Support)
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.
How to Dribble a Basketball in 7 Steps. Step #1 - Spread and Relax Your Fingers. The first step in learning how to dribble a basketball is to relax your fingers and make sure they’re spread out evenly on the basketball. Young kids have a tendency to keep their fingers together unless they’re taught otherwise.
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.