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Basketball Rules and Hand Signals by Johnathan Murphy, Kelly Lau, Louis Ganse The Class Project Form groups of 3 students. Your groups will evaluate 11 basketball scenarios (acted out in class by your classmates) and determine what violation was committed. After creating your list of violations in specific order, you will be responsible for creating a power point presentation. The Power Point Presentation The slides in your power point must be in the same order as the violations committed on your list. For each violation, provide a definition, result of the foul, and a visual aid (referee hand signal, example of the violation in action, etc.) Your Slides Your slides should have a background You should have a minimum of 6 slides (no more than 2 violations per slide) Each slide should include a visual aid Each slide should have a transition animation Every slide should contain an appropriate heading and be free of spelling and grammar errors Your Rubric Item Present Not fully present Not present Correct order Definition & Result Background Transitions Headings Grammar and Spelling Visual Aids 6 slide minimum National Standards Standard 2: Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings. Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social interaction. A Sample Student Power Point Presentation Traveling A player shall not run with the ball without dribbling it. 1 foot is allowed to move when the ball is held. 2 steps are allowed during a drive toward the goal. Violation results in a turnover of possession. Blocking A defensive player shall not use his body to displace the offensive player’s progress towards the goal. Violation of this rule results in a personal foul charged to the defensive player. The offensive player will be awarded free throws or the ball out of bounds. Charging An offensive player shall not run into or through his defender. The defensive player is entitled to his own vertical space and cannot be displaced. Violation results in a turnover of possession and a personal foul charged to the offensive player. 3 Second Violation An offensive player is allowed a maximum of 3 consecutive seconds in the key area. Violation results in a turnover of possession. Double Dribble A player shall not dribble the ball using two hands at once or dribble, stop, and then dribble again. Violation results in a turnover of possession. Holding No player shall use hands or arms to physically hold another player when on defensive or offense. Holding violation results in a personal foul and the team who committed the foul loses possession. Jump Ball When two opposing players hold the ball at once or when the team who has possession is ruled indeterminate, a jump ball is called. Result of a jump ball is a change of possession based on an alternating possession arrow. Loose Ball Foul A loose ball foul is committed by a player who holds or displaces his/her opponent when attempting to retrieve a free ball. Result is a personal foul charged to the player and possession to the other team. Pushing Pushing is called when a player on offense or defense uses his hands to push an opponent out of position. Result is a personal foul charged to the “pusher” and possession to the other team. Technical Foul A technical foul is a foul for unsportsmanlike conduct. 2 technical fouls committed by the same player/coach results in an ejection. The opposing team is awarded 1 or 2 free throws and possession. Personal Foul A personal foul is any normal foul that can be charged to an individual player. Players are allowed 5 personal fouls in one game. A result of 5 personal fouls in one game is disqualification of the player for the remainder of the game.
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