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					LESSON: Basketball Unit – Manipulation (Dribbling, Jump Stop)

Grade Level:        3-5                                       Lesson # 1
NASPE                                                                                            Virginia Standards of Learning:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a             1. Demonstrates proficiency in all fundamental movement skills and patterns and competence
   variety of physical activities.                                                                  in several movement forms. (SKILLS)
2. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as       2. Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skills and
   they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.                               specialized movement forms. (MOVEMENT CONCEPTS)
3. Participates in regular physical activity.                                                    3. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (FITNESS)
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.                          4. Demonstrates personal and social behaviors in physical activity settings.
5. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical      (RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS)
   activity settings.                                                                            5. Demonstrates a physically active lifestyle including activity within and outside of the
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social        physical education setting. (PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE)
   interaction.
Equipment Needed:

    -Basketballs
    -Playground Balls
    -Cones
    -Poly-dots

Warm-Up/Instant Activity:

    -Laps around the gym

Activity/Lesson:

    Major Theme: Basketball Skills, Dribbling, Jump Stop
    Procedures:
    -Show how you can travel with the basketball
    -Freeze, by putting the ball on the floor
    -Show how you can travel using the right hand to dribble
     -when you come to another person give them a “high 5”
     -repeat using the left hand and give a “high 5”
     -be relaxed, keep ball under control, keep it close to you
     -use the right hand first, then the left hand
    -Show how you can play, “Everybody’s It Tag” using the basketball, must dribble the whole time
     -what body position were you in when you were about to be tagged?
     -bend knees to keep the ball under control (don’t dribble too high and be out of control
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

  -Show how you can dribble low in a low dribbling stance – STATIONARY dribble
   -dribble with the right hand and the left foot in front
   -dribble with the left hand and the right foot in front (do this so you do not bounce the ball on your foot as you dribble)
   -keep an eye on the teacher as he/she moves around the room (say out loud how many fingers the teacher is holding up as he/she
     walks around the room)
   -keep your head up as you dribble
   -when the teacher puts up a fist (no fingers) students will switch hands
  -Show how you can dribble with the right hand, while the left knee is down on the floor
   -switch and dribble with the left hand while the right knee is down on the floor
   -repeat and do with one finger dribbling
   -repeat and do with one finger at a time, like you are typing on a ball
   -do this and close your eyes, feel the ball come back up
  -Show how you can dribble the basketball in your own space using just one hand, using both, crossing from one hand to the other
    (Teachers, make sure students are using the fingers and no the palm on the ball)
  -Show how you can travel around the space dribbling the ball, switch from one hand to the other
  -Show how you can keep the dribble going, but when a whistle blows, drop down on one knee and continue the dribble, on GO
    get up and continue
   -continue, but use the opposite hand
   -repeat, but on the whistle, close eyes and go down on one knee
   -repeat using the other hand
  -Show how you can keep the dribble going as you stay at a low level

  Jump Stop
  -A jump stop is used to get the body under control for shooting, passing or pivoting
  -Show how you can walk and then do a two foot jump – jump stop
   -walk and jump stop in front of a cone (opponent)
   -do not straddle the cone
  -Show how you can walk, do a jump stop and shoot in the air
   -place three poly-dots (one on either side of the basket and one in front) around the basket
   -show how you can dribble to a poly-dot, do a jump stop and then a jump shot to the basket\

Culminating Activity:

   -Dribble from one basket to another and practice the jump stop before shooting
Closure:

  Review dribbling and jump stop

Extensions:
LESSON: Basketball Unit – Manipulation and Shooting

Grade Level:        3-5                                       Lesson # 2
NASPE                                                                                            Virginia Standards of Learning:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a             1. Demonstrates proficiency in all fundamental movement skills and patterns and competence
   variety of physical activities.                                                                  in several movement forms. (SKILLS)
2. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as       2. Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skills and
   they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.                               specialized movement forms. (MOVEMENT CONCEPTS)
3. Participates in regular physical activity.                                                    3. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (FITNESS)
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.                          4. Demonstrates personal and social behaviors in physical activity settings.
5. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical      (RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS)
   activity settings.                                                                            5. Demonstrates a physically active lifestyle including activity within and outside of the
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social        physical education setting. (PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE)
   interaction.
Equipment Needed:

    -Basketballs
    -Playground Balls
    -Baskets
    -25 Cones or more
    -Poly-dots
    -Six Pinnies

Warm-Up/Instant Activity:

    -Students will come in and practice dribbling and shooting at the baskets

Activity/Lesson:

    Major Theme: Basketball Skills – Shooting
    -Review dribbling and jump stops
    -Talk about he basic sports position
     -dribbling stance-hands on knees, bent knees
    -Using cones scattered throughout the gym, each student takes a partner and on the word GO, they challenge each other and
      see which person can touch the most cones (they must dribble to the cone to touch it)
      -repeat doing it with a different partner
    -Using the dribbling stance, show how you can dribble to a cone, do a cross over (switch the ball to the other hand) and continue
      dribbling to the next cone
    -Holding the ball, show how you can pivot with the foot opposite the one used for dribbling, pivot away from the cone (5th grade only)
    -Review jump shot – dribble to the cone and jump shot
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

  Shooting
  -Bring the students together and show and tell them:
   -if you are shooting with the right hand, place the right foot slightly in front of the body
   -if you are shooting with the left hand, place the left foot slightly in front of the body
   -to help explain the technique for shooting do the following
     -place both hands on your knee and be in a sports position (knees bent, feet apart)
     -bring the shooting hand up off the knee and in front of the face, cock wrist back (do not stand up, but stay with knees bent)
     -elbow is facing to the floor, not out to the side
     -knees are bent
     -follow through by saying, “bye-bye” to the ball
  -Show how you can do the shooting technique without the ball (when the teacher claps his/her hands, shoot the invisible ball)
   -check to see the hands are in the correct position (non shooting hand is on the side of the ball)
  -Using the ball, dribble in the space, do a jump stop (to get under control), pause then do a jump shot
  -Using the poly dots around the basket, dribble to the poly-dot, do a jump stop, then a jump shot using the correct shooting technique
    -stay close to the basket to shoot

Culminating Activity:

   -Play “Wipe Out” with three to four people at each basket, one person will wear the pinnies
    -one person at each basket will wear the pinnie, on GO everyone at each basket will begin to shoot
    -if the person wearing the pinnie makes the basket all the points are gone and the team must start over, thus called “Wipe Out”
    -play again, but let someone else be the “Wipe Out” person
    -repeat, but every time the pinnie person makes the basket multiply the number made by two

Closure:

   -Talk about correct shooting technique

Extensions:
LESSON: Basketball Unit – Manipulation (Passing and Defense)

Grade Level:        3-5                                       Lesson # 3
NASPE                                                                                            Virginia Standards of Learning:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a             1. Demonstrates proficiency in all fundamental movement skills and patterns and competence
   variety of physical activities.                                                                  in several movement forms. (SKILLS)
2. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as       2. Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skills and
   they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.                               specialized movement forms. (MOVEMENT CONCEPTS)
3. Participates in regular physical activity.                                                    3. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (FITNESS)
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.                          4. Demonstrates personal and social behaviors in physical activity settings.
5. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical      (RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS)
   activity settings.                                                                            5. Demonstrates a physically active lifestyle including activity within and outside of the
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social        physical education setting. (PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE)
   interaction.
Equipment Needed:

    -Basketballs
    -Playground Balls
    -Cones
    -Poly-dots

Warm-Up/Instant Activity:

 -Students will come in and practice dribbling and shooting at the baskets

Activity/Lesson:
    Major Theme: Basketball Skills – Passing, Defense
    -Review the defense stance and the shooting stance
    -Review the jump stop and why it is used
    -Using a basketball, dribble to a poly-dot, jump stop, get into a shooting stance and do a jump shot
                                     X                 X



                                X      X
     Then dribble to another basket , do a jump stop and a jump shot
    -Around the world shooting drill – use the four poly-dots for shooting, make it continue to the next poly-dot, if you miss start over again
     -this can be done with a partner or by yourself
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

Passing
   -Show how you can do a chest pass to your partner, bounce pass (fifth graders can do an overhead pass also)
    -place the shooting hand behind the ball before doing the pass
    -step forward when doing the pass
    -partner needs to put their hands up for a target – reach for the ball and bring it close to the body (don’t have hands close to the
     body when you catch it or the ball might hit you in the chest or face - reach for the ball)
    -hold the ball like you shoot it – one hand behind the ball
    -talk about correct technique for each one
    -in groups of three slide from the one side of the gym (east to west) to the other
       -person in the middle faces straight ahead
       -two on either side will do a sideways slide down the floor
    -ball starts with the middle person, then is passed to either side, back to the middle and then to the other person
    -keep hands out for a target
    -(challenge for fifth graders – use two balls)
    -(**third graders – do stationary chest and bounce passing before doing a sideways slide and pass)
   -Show how you can do a moving partner pass
    -with a partner (move side to side, slide step, about four steps without the ball)
    -using the ball, pass to your partner as you slide sideways, slide back to where you started and keep going, using either a bounce
      pass or chest pass
   -Fifth grade will be able to do the above drill in their squads and using one ball first and then adding the second ball
           X              0
           X
           X

     -0 has the ball and will pass down the line as they move down the line – can either ruse a bound or chest pass
     -keep hands out in front as a target and be ready to catch the ball
   -Slide side to side and on the whistle, whoever has the ball will dribble to the closest basket, do a jump stop and then a jump shot
   -Partner will follow, rebound the ball and do the same thing
   -Each person will get one shot and then go back to sliding
   -Teacher will count to ten and this must be completed before he/she reaches ten
   -Talk about a defensive stance
    -put left foot in front with hands out in front, knees are bent
    -on GO, pivot the right foot back, this is a drop step
    -teacher will point in a direction and students will try to stay in the defensive stance and move keeping the back to the basket
    -always keep the body between the basket and the ball
Culminating Activity:

  -In groups of three, one person is on offense, one on defense and one is the counter
  -On GO, offensive player tries to dribble and shoot to the basket, defensive player tries to stay between the basket and the offensive player,
    and the counter counts to ten
  -Must score before they finish counting or until a basket is scored or defensive player gets the ball
  -Switch positions

Closure:

  -Talk about different types of passing

Extensions:
LESSON: Basketball Unit – Manipulation (Passing, Offense and Defense)
Grade Level:        3-5                                       Lesson # 4
NASPE                                                                                            Virginia Standards of Learning:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a             1. Demonstrates proficiency in all fundamental movement skills and patterns and competence
   variety of physical activities.                                                                  in several movement forms. (SKILLS)
2. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as       2. Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skills and
   they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.                               specialized movement forms. (MOVEMENT CONCEPTS)
3. Participates in regular physical activity.                                                    3. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (FITNESS)
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.                          4. Demonstrates personal and social behaviors in physical activity settings.
5. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical      (RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS)
   activity settings.                                                                            5. Demonstrates a physically active lifestyle including activity within and outside of the
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social        physical education setting. (PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE)
   interaction.
Equipment Needed:

    -Basketballs
    -Playground Balls
    -Cones
    -Poly-dots

Warm-Up/Instant Activity:

    -Review the jump stop and jump shots using the shooting stance

Activity/Lesson:

    Major Theme: Basketball Skills – Passing, Offense and Defense, Shooting
    -Using a basketball, dribble to a poly-dot, jump stop, get into a shooting stance and do a jump shot.

                                   X                  X



                                         X        X

     Then dribble to another basket, do a jump stop and a jump shot
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

  -Set the gym up so cones are in a zig-zag:

        ^5                                 ^3                                ^1 start here also

                        ^4                                 ^2


                        2^                                 4^


          1^                                3^                               5^
   Start here
   -using a side slide step, slide to each cone and then go to the other side and repeat the drill
   -third grade – do the slide by themselves, then holding hands to a partner
   -dribble with the left hand to start, switch to the right hand at the second cone, left hand dribble at the third cone, right at the
     fourth and left at the fifth cone

  -Third graders can do the following:
   -partner and one ball (place extra ball away)
   -one person with the ball (offensive player) hold the ball and jogs, defensive players do a slide step and also holds the ball, offensive
    player always looks either at the north wall or the south wall
  -Fourth and Fifth graders can do the following:
   -one partner is the offensive player and dribbles the ball, while the defensive player stays in the defensive stance and guards the whole
    way down the court
   -switch when you get to the fifth cone (defensive player needs to stay out in front of the offensive player)

  -One on one (start on the East side and go to the West side of the gym)
   -one person on defense and one on offense
   -offensive player must keep dribble going (if not they give the ball to the partner and switch places)
   -defensive player must stay between the basket and the ball
   -offensive player dribbles across the court and takes a shot after getting into the shooting stance

  -One person will be on defense at each of the six baskets
   -each basketball will have a line of people behind the cone
   -each person will take their turn trying to score on the defensive player
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

   -the next person in line will count to ten
   -game is over when offensive player looses their dribble, the defensive player gets the ball or the next person in line has counted
     to ten, rotate defensive player after all in the group has been on offensive against that player

  -Repeat the same thing, but have two players on offense against one defensive player
  -After a shot, remember to rebound
   -remember to switch defensive players after everyone in the group has had a turn
Culminating Activity:

Closure:

   -Review the difference between offense and defense

Extensions:
LESSON: Basketball Unit – Manipulation (Passing, Offense and Defense)
Grade Level:        3-5                                       Lesson # 5
NASPE                                                                                            Virginia Standards of Learning:
1. Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a             1. Demonstrates proficiency in all fundamental movement skills and patterns and competence
   variety of physical activities.                                                                  in several movement forms. (SKILLS)
2. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as       2. Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skills and
   they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.                               specialized movement forms. (MOVEMENT CONCEPTS)
3. Participates in regular physical activity.                                                    3. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness. (FITNESS)
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.                          4. Demonstrates personal and social behaviors in physical activity settings.
5. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical      (RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS)
   activity settings.                                                                            5. Demonstrates a physically active lifestyle including activity within and outside of the
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social        physical education setting. (PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE)
   interaction.
Equipment Needed:

    -Basketballs
    -Playground Balls
    -Cones
    -Poly-dots
    -Pinnies

Warm-Up/Instant Activity:

    -Students will come in and practice dribbling and shooting at the baskets

Activity/Lesson:

    Major Theme: Basketball Skills – Passing, Offense and Defense, Shooting
    -Review the jump stop and jump shots using the shooting stance
    -Students will learn the shooting game call “Pig”
     -with a partner, take turns shooting at the basket, if you make it, then your partner has to make it from the same spot
     -if they don’t they get a “P,” if you miss the partner gets to shoot from anywhere
     -the first person who spells out the work “PIG” loses, and the game starts over with a new partner
    -Third Graders
     -dribble around the room with a partner and one ball, on a whistle sound, pass to your partner who will dribble around the
       room (stay fairly close to your partner)
    -One partner takes shots at the basket, while the other partner passes to the wall – use the playground balls to pass to the wall (stay
      close to the wall and make quick passes)
     -on the whistle, switch places
Activity/Lesson, cont.:

  -Using one ball and having one partner, dribble and pass to your partner as you travel to the basket
   -shoot and your partner will get the rebound, then your partner will shoot, get the rebound and move to another basket at
     the other end of the gym
   -repeat the above
  -“Teacher Wipe-Out”
   -everyone will shoot at the basket and try to get 15-20 points, can get one point for hitting the backboard or net
   -teachers will travel to the different baskets and make a long shot, if they make it, everyone must start over (or just the people at
     that basket must start over)
   -if teacher makes it he/she calls out “Wipe-Out”

Culminating Activity:

  -In groups of three, place a red pinnie on one person
  -Place them at a cone that is either on the side of the side baskets or at the foul line at the end baskets
  -Play one on one (person with red pinnie is the defensive player)
  -One person is on offensive, one is on defense and one is counting to ten
  -Drill for fifth graders – three on two, two on one
   -start three offensive people on one side of the court and two defensive players on the other
   -three move down to try to score on the defense
   -if the defense gets the ball they return to their court and the middle offensive player becomes the defensive player, thus you
    have two against one

Closure:

Extensions:

				
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