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					Curricular Area: Physical Education                                                                                           Grade Level: 7
Topic or Theme: Activity Category: Games: Court and Field Games (Basketball)                                                  Teacher: Cheryl, Lindsay, Kathy, Michael, Kyle
Big Idea(s): Inclusion & social justice within the PE class                                                                   Unit Structure: 6 lesson unit
Length: 180 minutes
                                                                                                                  Desired Results
                                                                                                                 Established Goals:
Movement Skills PLOs - Movement Skills that incorporate traveling across the floor or surface in a variety of directions,      Safety, Fair Play, and Leadership PLOs
levels, and pathways; individually or in partners or groups, in various formations: slide, ready position, run, two-foot stop, C2 Modelling fair play in all physical activities
walk; Manipulative Movement Skills involving the control of objects such as balls primarily with the hands or feet; may also C3 model leadership in creating a positive climate for physical activity
involve the use of specific implements such as racquets or bats: dribble object with hands

B1 Applying learned non-locomotor, locomotor, and manipulative movement skills to new physical activities                  Active Living: Participation PLOs
B2 demonstrate proper technique to send and receive objects with accuracy, distance, and control in unpredictable settings A5 participate daily in a variety of moderate to vigorous physical activities that support their personal physical
                                                                                                                           activity goals
B3 perform sequences of learned non-locomotor, locomotor, and manipulative movement skills demonstrating effective use
of qualities of movement
Manipulative movement skills including send and receive a variety of objects in predictable and unpredictable settings

What essential questions will be considered?                                                                                  What understandings are desired?
What is fair play?                                                                                                            Students will… (Values/Attitudes)
How can a student model leadership in the gymnasium?                                                                          · Recognize the importance of fair play
How does daily participation in physical activity impact us as individuals and as a class?                                    · Recognize the various abilities of others, encouraging fair play, and demonstrating a willingness to adjust
What are the necessary skills involved in playing basketball?                                                                 rules to accommodate needs of peers
                                                                                                                              · Demonstrate inclusive behaviour respecting all members of the class

What key knowledge and skills will students acquire as a result of this unit?
Students will know… (Knowledge)                                                                                               Students will be able to…(desired Skills & Processes)
• Key terms: dynamic stretching, ready position, lay-up, jump shot, dribble, traveling, bounce pass, chest pass, throw-in,    · Ask questions to clarify understandings and instructions
defensive slide, drop step, forward defensive slide, scatter formation                                                        · Listen effectively to understand instructions
                                                                                                                              · Engage in collaborative group work
                                                                                                                              · Participate effectively and appropriately in groups
                                                                                                                              · Contribute appropriately to large group discussion and activity
                                                                                                                     Learning Plan
Lesson #                  Topic                     Objectives/Learning Outcomes                                              Activities                                    Materials                      Assessment/Criteria
               Dribbling skills : dribble   A5 participate daily in a variety of moderate to   Activity #1 Dynamic stretching                                        Basketballs                Assessment for learning: Teacher observations
               while running and head-      vigorous physical activities that support their    Activity # 2Ball handling warm-up                                     Gym
               up. Travelling, double       personal physical activity goals                   Activity # 3 Dribbling drill. Go over proper technique and demostrate
               dribbling and carrying       B1 apply learned movement skills in new and        what traveling, double dribbling and carrying the basketball is.
               will be intoduced.           unfamiliar physical activities                     Activity # 4 Relay Races
   Lesson #1




                                            B2 demonstrate proper technique to send and        Activity # 5 Stretching cool-down
                                            receive objects with accuracy distance and
                                            control in unpredicatable situations,      C1
                                            Apply safe procedures for specific physical
                                            activities
                                            C3 model leadership in creating a positive
                                            climate for physical activity
               Shooting Skills - Lay-up A5 participate daily in a variety of moderate to       Activity #1 - Warm-up - Bouncing Basketballs                             Gym, basketballs (one   Assessment of Learning: skills
                                         vigorous physical activities that support their       Activity #2 - Instruction and practice of 3 parts of a lay-up, in groups each if possible)       demonstrations; teacher observations; student
                                         personal physical activity goals                      at different baskets                                                                             self-assessment
   Lesson #2




                                         B1 apply learned movement skills in new and           Activity #3 - Putting it all together - practicing the lay-up
                                         unfamiliar physical activities                        Activity #4 - Cool-down, practice previously learned skills in groups
                                         B2 demonstrate proper technique to send and
                                         receive objects with accuracy, distance, and
                                         control in unpredictable settings
               Shooting Skills: from     B2 demonstrate proper technique to send and         Activity #1: Dynamic stretching                                          Basketballs               Assessment for learning: Teacher observations
   Lesson #3




               different distances, foul receive objects with accuracy distance and          Activity #2: Skill warm-up                                               Gym
               shots, BEEF (Balance, control in unpredicatable situations,          C1       Activity #3: Review dribbling and lay-ups
               Eyes, Elbows, Follow      Apply safe procedures for specific physical         Activity #4: Practice BEEF (personally record how many you got in
               through)                  activities                                          out of 10 shots)
               Passing skills: Chest -      A5 participate daily in a variety of moderate to Activity #5: Set shot passing game
                                                                                             Activity #1: Basketball Tag                                              Basketballs               Assessment for learning: Teacher observations
               Pass, Bounce Pass and        vigorous physical activities that support their Activity #2: Instruction & Practice of 3 types of passes                  Gym
   Lesson #4




               Overhead Pass                personal physical activity goals                 Activity #3: Three Man Weave Drill: First walk then run
                                            B2 demonstrate proper technique to send and Activity #4: Cool Down with Ball Handling Exercise
                                            receive objects with accuracy, distance, and
                                            control in unpredictable settings
            Defensive skills:         A5 participate daily in a variety of moderate to   Activity #1: Shadow Game                                              Basketballs               Assessment for learning: Teacher observations
            defensive slide, drop     vigorous physical activities that support their    Activity #2: Dynamic Stretching                                       Gym
Lesson #5



            step, forward defensive   personal physical activity goals                   Activity #3: Skill Exploration & Development (defensive ready
            slide                     B1 apply learned movement skills in new and        position, defensive slide, drop step, forward defensive slide)
                                      unfamiliar physical activities                     Activity #4: Practice & Application (wave drill, drag racing drill)
                                      C3 model leadership in creating a positive         Activity #5: Closure/Cool Down (review skills, cool down stretches)
                                      climate for physical activity
            Unit wrap-up &            B1, B2, B3, C2, C3, A5                             Stations:                                                             Basketballs               Assessment of Learning: skills
            assessment                                                                   Station #1: Teacher Assessment                                        Gym                       demonstrations; teacher observations during
                                                                                         (Peer and Self-Assessment at each station)                            Peer assessment handout   basketball game (utilize rubric for grading);
Lesson #6




                                                                                         Station #2: Dribbling games                                           Self-assessment handout   student self-assessment
                                                                                         Station #3: Shooting games                                            Teacher assessment
                                                                                         Station #4: Lay-up games                                              rubric
                                                                                         Station #5: Passing games
                                                                                      Basketball Unit Rubric
                   Not yet meeting expectations            Approaching expectations                              Meeting expectations                      Exceeding expectations

Dribbling          • Virtually no control           • Fluctuation between pre-control and       • Skill ready to use in combination with other skills        • High level of ability
                   • Haphazard                      control but with an observable tendency     • Consistent performance                                     • Fluid
                   • Accidental successes           to execute more actions in the control                                                                   • Uses skills in a variety of situations
                   • No two attempts look alike     mode                                                                                                     • Movements seem effortless
Shooting           • Virtually no control           • Fluctuation between pre-control and      • Skill ready to use in combination with other skills         • High level of ability
                   • Haphazard                      control but with an observable tendency    • Consistent performance                                      • Fluid
                   • Accidental successes           to execute more actions in the control                                                                   • Uses skills in a variety of situations
                   • No two attempts look alike     mode                                                                                                     • Movements seem effortless
Lay-up             • Virtually no control           • Fluctuation between pre-control and      • Skill ready to use in combination with other skills         • High level of ability
                   • Haphazard                      control but with an observable tendency    • Consistent performance                                      • Fluid
                   • Accidental successes           to execute more actions in the control                                                                   • Uses skills in a variety of situations
                   • No two attempts look alike     mode                                                                                                     • Movements seem effortless
Passing            • attempt proper technique for   • maintain some elements of proper         • demonstrate an understanding of how concepts such • Use tracking to anticipate changes in direction,
                   sending and receiving objects    technique or maintain technique            as angle of projection, gravity, and speed affect control, speed, and location of object
                   in unpredictable settings        consistently                               distance, and accuracy when sending and receiving             • Independently select and apply appropriate
                                                                                               objects                                                       offensive and defensive strategies to passing and
                                                                                               • select form varying methods of passing and receiving receiving objects with control and accuracy
                                                                                               appropriate to the situation                                  • Demonstrate three or more different passing
                                                                                               • demonstrate offensive and defensive strategies in           techniques with control and accuracy
                                                                                               passing an object with control and accuracy
Defensive skills   • Virtually no control             • Fluctuation between pre-control and    • Skill ready to use in combination with other skills         • High level of ability
                   • Haphazard                        control but with an observable tendency • Consistent performance                                       • Fluid
                   • Accidental successes             to execute more actions in the control                                                                 • Uses skills in a variety of situations
                   • No two attempts look alike       mode                                                                                                   • Movements seem effortless
Participation      • participate in teacher led       • participate in teacher led physical    • participate daily in teacher-led physical activities (e.g., • independently participate in teacher-led physical
                   physical activities                activities                               in various indoor and outdoor                                 activities more than five times a week
                   • participate in physical activity • participate in moderate physical       • school locations such as the classroom, gymnasium, • independently participate in vigorous physical
                   of minimal intensity               activity                                 multipurpose room, and schoolyard; in community               activity demonstrating physiological changes (e.g.,
                   • use frequent rest intervals      • use occasional rest intervals while    facilities such as recreation centres, swimming pools,        increased heart and breathing rate, feeling warm)
                   while participating in physical    participating in moderate physical       parks, and skating rinks)                                     • independently participate in moderate to vigorous
                   activities                         activities                               • participate in vigorous physical activity resulting in      physical activities continuously for extended periods
                                                      • participate in, with prompts, physical physiological changes such as increased heart and             of time
                                                      activities that develop selected         breathing rate, feeling warm, and perspiration                • independently select and participate in physical
                                                      components of fitness                    • participate continuously in moderate to vigorous            activities that develop the components of fitness
                                                                                               physical activities                                           demonstrate perseverance when engaging in
                                                                                               • participate in physical activities that develop the         physical activity
                                                                                               components of fitness in relation to their goals (e.g.,
                                                                                               muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular
                                                                                               endurance, and flexibility)
Safety       • Apply familiar safety           • Attempt to apply familiar safety        • Apply familiar safety guidelines to new settings and   • Suggest new safety guidelines for new settings
             guidelines to familiar settings   guidelines in a variety of settings and   activities only                                          and activities only
             and activities only               activities only                           • Model safe behaviours in a variety of settings         • Model safe behaviours in a variety of settings
             • Follow prompts and              • Model safe behaviours in selected       • Select appropriate warmup and cooldown routines for    • Select and lead appropriate warmup and cooldown
             reminders from teacher and        settings                                  specific physical activities                             routines for specific physical activities
             peers to demonstrate safe         • Make suggestions for appropriate        • Identify procedures to assist a person injured during  • Independently identify and initiate, as applicable,
             behaviours in a variety of        warmup and cooldown routines              physical activity                                        procedures to assist a person injured during
             settings                                                                                                                             physical activity
Fair Play    • With teacher or peer prompts,   • Recognize the benefits of adjusting      • Adjust rules as necessary to meet needs of peers and • Demonstrate leadership in adjusting rules as
             demonstrate fair play             rules as necessary to meet needs of        be inclusive of all participants                        necessary to meet needs of peers and be inclusive
             behaviours such as                peers and be inclusive of all participants • Consistently demonstrate fair play behaviours such as of all participants
             encouragement and respect for     • Demonstrate fair play behaviours such encouragement and respect for all participants             • Consistently model fair play behaviours such as
             other participants                as encouragement and respect for other                                                             encouragement and respect for all participants
             • May make inappropriate          participants
             comments or otherwise act in a
             way detrimental to the positive
             climate
Leadership   • With teacher support, attempt   • With teacher direction, select and      • Select and apply one or more ways to act in a          • Independently select and apply a variety of ways to
             to demonstrate selected           demonstrate a leadership activity for     leadership role in physical activity as suggested by the act in a leadership role in physical activity
             leadership behaviours such as     physical activity                         teacher, such as: act as peer helpers for selected
             coaching or keeping score                                                   activities; lead an appropriate warmup and cooldown
                                                                                         activity; referee games co-operatively and
                                                                                         independently; act a s team captain; act as equipment
                                                                                         monitor; keep score; act as helper for younger students

				
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