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					                     Unit Plan – Team Handball




                           David C. Hills


                    Western Michigan University




            A Paper submitted to Professor Debra Berkey

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for HPER 6400 - April, 2010
Team Handball – Unit Plan
Table of Contents


Topic:                       Page #:

Introduction/Justification   3

Task Analysis                4

Assessment of Games (BAGS)   8

Instructional Objectives     24

Block Lesson Plans           26

Lesson Plans                 32

Evaluation                   47

Equipment List               55

References                   56




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Team Handball – Unit Plan
Justification



Introduction: The intention of this unit is to familiarize high school students with the
popular world sport of team handball. While it is often confused with the sport called
“handball,” which is a game similar to racket ball, team handball is a fast paced game
consisting of seven players on each team. Team handball players must work together to
attack an opponent’s goal, while also defending their own. Students will gain insight into
the playing area, rules of the game, specific game skills, and strategies employed both
offensively and defensively. The unit will require a variety of skills common too many
sports taught prior to this class. The ultimate objective is to have students experience the
game through playing in modified settings.

Justification: Team handball is an invasion game, appropriate for high school aged
students and listed as a sample activity under the Michigan Merit Curriculum
Expectations. Students will be expected to demonstrate the required skills of the game
such as hand dribbling, the chest pass, overhead pass, and shooting in dynamic settings
(M.1.MS.5). Tactical elements such as moving with and without the ball, attacking an
opponents goal, maintaining possession, defending space and your goal, and being able to
start and restart the game during various situations will be stressed (M.1.IG.1 &
M.1.IG.2). Students will build upon prior knowledge of like games (floor hockey,
soccer, basketball, etc.) and utilize skills learned in these games to improve motor skills
and physical fitness in a dynamic and challenging setting (B.5.FB.1). As a team sport,
personal social skills and traits such as leadership, cooperation, teamwork, and
responsibility will be emphasized (B.5.PS.2). As this game is largely unfamiliar to the
general student population, it should create an exciting and relevant experience that meets
the requirements set by the Michigan Merit Curriculum Expectations for high school
students.




                                                                                           3
Team Handball – Unit Plan
Task Analysis:

#1 Chest Pass: Student will perform a chest pass (utilizing form in TA) hitting a 3x3
target at a distance 15 feet on 4 out of 5 attempts.

Visual Description: Student will perform a chest pass of a team handball from a distance
of 15 feet hitting a target in a designated area.

Movement Sequence                             Movement Cues
Use an appropriate grip with two hands on     Seat the ball
the ball just below chest height.
Stand relaxed with feet shoulder width        Stand relaxed
apart slightly staggered.
Step towards your target, eyes focused on     Step towards your target
target area.
Extend arms out rotating thumbs inward.       Extend
Release the ball fully extend your arms       Full extension
towards the target area.
Thumbs should be pointing at target.          Point at Target
Finish position with arms fully extended,     Finish
with thumbs and chest pointing at target.

Critical Points:
        1. Grip
        2. Balance
        3. Step to target
        4. Finish

Task Complexity Variables:
      Learner – Beginning
      Action – Chest pass performed with task analysis
      Environment – Condition 1 = Hit a 3x3 target
                      Condition 2 = 15 foot distance
      Skill – Criterion = 4 out of 5 attempts

Name           Cue 1          Cue 2          Cue 3             Cue 4         “Extra
                                                                             Cue”
               Grip           Balance        Step to           Extension     Finish
                                             Target




                                                                                        4
Team Handball – Unit Plan
Task Analysis:

#2 Dribbling: Student will execute proper dribbling mechanics (TA form) as they run
through a course of cones set up over a distance of 50 feet on 3 of 4 attempts.

Visual Description: Participants will perform proper dribbling techniques of a team
handball as they navigate through a course of cones.

Movement Sequence                            Movement Cues
Start with feet staggered – dominant foot    Stagger feet
back.
Head up and eyes focused ahead, slight bed   Eyes up
in knees.
Dribble ball with pads of fingers.           Soft hands
Bounce height of ball should be about        Waist high
waist high.
Protect and guard ball with off arm, ball    Guard ball
should be in arm away from defender.
Should take two steps for every one          Two step
bounce.
Transfer ball to outside arm away from       Ball away
defender.

Critical Points:
        1. Use finger tips
        2. Bounce height
        3. Guard the ball
        4. Eyes and head up

Task Complexity Variables:
      Learner – Beginning
      Action – Dribbling a team handball with task analysis
      Environment – Condition 1 = Cone course
                      Condition #2 = 50 feet
      Skill – Criterion = 3 out of 4 attempts

Name          Cue 1           Cue 2          Cue 3         Cue 4            “Extra
                                                                            Cue”
              Stance          Head - up      Soft Hands    Guard Ball       Two Step




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Team Handball – Unit Plan
Task Analysis:

#3 Shooting: Student will perform an overhand shot (TA form) demonstrating the four
most critical points striking a target 5x5 feet from a distance of 10 yards during four of
five trials.

Visual Description: On the run, the student will reach out with the non-throwing hand
while reaching up and back with the throwing hand (ball in hand), and throw the ball with
an overhand motion towards the desired location.
Movement Sequence                            Movement Cues
Use an appropriate grip with one hand on     Grip
the ball.
Raise the ball high above the head with      Ball up
elbow slightly above shoulder.
Reach out with non-throwing arm for          Open up
balance; staggered stance with non-
throwing foot in front.
Begin the throw by leading with elbow;       Lead with elbow
motioning towards the target, keeping ball
high.
Release ball at target with palm rotating    Palm down
toward the ground.
During throw, you should transfer weight     Transfer Weight
from your back to front foot.
Finish with the off arm in pocket area and   Finish Pose
throwing hand in line with target

Critical Points:
        1. Grip
        2. Ball High
        3. Transfer Weight
        4. Finish

Task Complexity Variables:
      Learner – Beginning
      Action – Overhand Shot performed with task analysis
      Environment – Condition 1 = Hitting 5x5 target following 4 critical points
                      Condition 2 = 10 yard distance
      Skill – Criterion = 4 out of 5 trials
Name          Cue 1          Cue 2          Cue 3         Cue 4            “Extra
                                                                           Cue”
              Grip           Ball High      Transfer      Finish           Elbow Lead
                                            Weight




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Team Handball – Unit Plan
Task Analysis:

#4 Catching: Students will catch a team handball (using form in TA) from a distance of
10 yards while moving sideways between a designated 10 x 10 foot area on 4 of 5 trials.

Visual Description: Students will shuffle inside a designated area and receive passes of a
team handball from a partner who is 10 yards away.

Movement Sequence                             Movement Cues
Stand using an athletic stance with feet      Athletic stance
under armpits and legs slightly bent.
Arms out in front of chest with elbows        Arms in front
slightly bent.
Fingers should be spread with thumbs          Diamond up
touching thumbs and index fingers
touching index fingers – forming a
diamond.
As the ball makes contact with the fingers,   Arm shocks
cushion the ball into the body by bending
the arms.
Secure the ball by wrapping fingers around    Seat the ball
it, holding it close to your body.
Finish by pivoting away from the defender.    Pivot

Critical Points:
        1. Athletic Stance
        2. Arm out
        3. Diamond up
        4. Seat the ball

Task Complexity Variables:
      Learner – Beginning
      Action – Catching a team handball performed with task analysis
      Environment – Condition 1 = Distance of 10 yards moving sideways
                      Condition 2 = 10 x 10 foot area
      Skill – Criterion = 4 out of 5 trials

Name           Cue 1          Cue 2           Cue 3           Cue 4      “Extra
                                                                         Cue”
               Athletic       Arms out in Diamond up          Arm Shocks Seat the ball
               Stance         front




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                      Score: 16 /20
Fitness               Game            Berkey’s
                                Assessment of Games


 1. Name of the game: Dribble Tag

 2. Source of the game: Internet (http://people.ehe.ohio-state.edu/coape/lesson-plans/)

 3. Brief description of the game: An identified area in open space will be used for a
 dribbling game. On the start command each student will begin dribbling their ball. They
 will attempt to tag other students with their non-dribbling hand while maintaining control
 of their own dribbling ball. Once tagged, students must exit the area. The objective of
 the game is to be the last one in the designated area. The game is designed to help
 develop ball control while keeping you eyes up.


                                   Activity Analysis
                                                     Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.            1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Dribbling a handball
        Keeping eyes up while dribbling
        Running to avoid
        Running to tag an opponent

        Students can practice appropriately          Yes             No

                                                     Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                              1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        All Students must work independently
        Mass participation game
        All students have their own ball and perform activity

        Potential examples of waiting:
        Once a player is tagged out the must wait for a game reset




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                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for High School aged
       Students
       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and skills

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Honesty
       Following Rules
       Strategy

       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive/Defensive Strategy

Modifications for special needs students:
Create zones/movement areas for players to navigate for a set period of time.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                       Score:16/20
Fitness               Game            Berkey’s
                                Assessment of Games


 1. Name of the game: Score Ball

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.cwu.edu)

 3. Brief description of the game: The object of the game is to use an overhand throw of a
 handball at various sized targets marked on the wall with differing scores associated with
 them. The boxes will collectively make up a Team Handball goal, with higher points
 being awarded for the smaller boxes. Each student is given five throws for assigned
 distances (progressively farther distances as the students gain experience), with points
 being tallied at the end of each round.


                                   Activity Analysis
                                                      Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.             1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Throwing a handball at a target
        Overhand shot technique
        Hitting a target

        Students can practice appropriately           Yes             No

                                                      Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                               1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students work individually to hit a target
        Multiple line and targets
        Groups collectively keep track of scores

        Potential examples of waiting:
        Players waiting for turns will be actively involved with scoring other participants
        and passing balls back to the shooter.




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                                                       Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate             1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for High School aged
       Students
       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and techniques

                                                       Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development          1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught?(Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy
       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Aiming, trajectory, and force of throw.

Modifications for special needs students:
Modify the distance of the shooter from the targets.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                        Score:18/20
Fitness               Game             Berkey’s
                                 Assessment of Games


 1. Name of the game: Circle Tag

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.vancouverhandball.ca)

 3. Brief description of the game: One player will attempt to tag one other specified
 player passing through the 9’ meter line, but not the circle (goal area or 6’ meter line).
 The tag player is being blocked (impeded) by other defenders who are attempting to
 protect the player from getting tagged. The tag player has 45 seconds in which to make
 the tag and then rotate through to new players.


                                    Activity Analysis
                                                       Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.              1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Chasing to tag
        Evading opponents
        Spatial positioning
        Running to avoid
        Running for 45 seconds

        Students can practice appropriately            Yes             No

                                                       Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                                1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students are placed in groups and
        All members of the groups participate
        in every repetition as either a runner or blocker.

        Potential examples of waiting:
        All players’ participation for duration of game




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                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for High School aged
       Students
       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and strategies

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught?(Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy
       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive/Defensive Strategy

Modifications for special needs students:
Restricted area with fewer participants.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                       Score:18/20
Fitness               Game             Berkey’s
                                 Assessment of Games


 1. Name of the game: Piston Drill

 2. Source of the game: Internet (http://people.ehe.ohio-state.edu/coape/lesson-plans/)

 3. Brief description of the game: Game is designed to simulate game like situations of
 the backcourt players. The backcourt forms two horizontal lines with players about 3
 yards apart and 5 yards between lines. Play starts with a lateral pass to partner, who will
 proceed to attack (dribbling) towards the opposing player as if they were a goalie. After
 closing the distance, the player will then make a lateral pass back to their teammate. The
 ball will then go to the opposing team and they will repeat the drill going back the other
 way. As the drill progresses the goalie may defend either of the attacking players and the
 offense must react to find the open person.

                                   Activity Analysis
                                                      Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.             1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Passing
        Catching a handball
        Offensive spacing
        Locating open teammates
        Moving with and without ball

        Students can practice appropriately           Yes             No

                                                      Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                               1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students must work collectively with teammates to achieve objectives.
        Students are placed in groups of four with all students participating
        simultaneously.

        Potential examples of waiting:
        All players’ participation for duration of game



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                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for High School aged
       Students
       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and strategies

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught?(Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy
       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive/Defensive Strategy

Modifications for special needs students:
Modify pace starting with walking drills.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                        Score:18/20
Fitness               Game             Berkey’s
                                 Assessment of Games


 1. Name of the game: Shield Ball

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.vancouverhandball.ca)

 3. Brief description of the game: Position seven students in a circle with a diameter of
 approximately 9 meters. Take an eighth student and place them in the middle with a
 blocking shield. The ball will be placed in the hands of one of the players in the outer
 circle who will attempt to throw it and hit the shield. The objective of the shield holder is
 to prevent the circle players from being able to hit the target shield. Players in the outer
 shield must pass the ball around to get a good shot on the shield within the allotted
 (varying) time.


                                    Activity Analysis
                                                       Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.              1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Passing (various tech.) a handball
        Catching a handball
        Shooting a handball
        Offensive movement
        Defensive movement

        Students can practice appropriately            Yes             No

                                                       Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                                1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students must work collectively with
        Teammates to achieve objectives
        All students in group are participants

        Potential examples of waiting:
        All players’ participation for duration of game



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                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for Middle
       and High School aged Students

       Justification for this population/group:
       Offensive strategies and concepts

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy
       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive/Defensive Strategy

Modifications for special needs students:
Modify spacing.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                       Score:17/20
Fitness               Game             Berkey’s
                                 Assessment of Games



 1. Name of the game: Target Relay

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.cwu.edu)

 3. Brief description of the game: Students are divided into relay teams and each team is
 given one ball. On the start signal, one player runs to the six meter line and shoots the
 ball on a 3x3 target on the wall. The player must then retrieve the ball and pass it to the
 next person in their line. The process is repeated until the allotted time is up. Teams
 keep track of successful shots, and one point is awarded for every attempt that hits inside
 the target area.

                                    Activity Analysis
                                                      Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.             1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Throwing a handball at a target
        Catching and controlling a handball
        Passing the handball to a teammate
        Running

        Students can practice appropriately           Yes             No

                                                      Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                               1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students must work collectively with
        Teammates to achieve objectives
        All students will have repetitions as the shooter.

        Potential examples of waiting:
        All players’ participation for duration of game




                                                                                              18
                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for Middle and
       High School aged students.

       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and strategies

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy

       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive strategy
       Shooting and passing techniques

Modifications for special needs students:
Create a larger target area and/or change the distance.




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                      Score:17/20
Fitness               Game            Berkey’s
                                Assessment of Games



 1. Name of the game: Interval Handball

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.vancouverhandball.ca)

 3. Brief description of the game: Students are divided into teams of four. Four benches
 are set up in each corner (at an angle) of a designated square playing area. Teams are
 sent to each bench and will face off against the team across from their position. Two
 teams sit behind their benches while the other teams begin play per the rules of the game.
 The object is to hit the opposing team’s bench with the ball. Once successful, the two
 teams rush behind their respective benches and the other teams begin play.

                                   Activity Analysis
                                                     Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.            1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Throwing a handball at a target
        Offensive/Defensive movement
        Catching and controlling a handball
        Passing the handball to a teammate
        Defending a goal

        Students can practice appropriately          Yes             No

                                                     Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                              1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students most work collectively utilizing
        offensive and defensive strategies .

        Potential examples of waiting:
        When other teams are playing students are waiting for a turn.




                                                                                             20
                                                      Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate            1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for
       High School aged students.

       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced movements and strategies

                                                      Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development         1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught?(Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy

       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive and Defensive strategy
       Communication with teammates
       Shooting and passing techniques

Modifications for special needs students:




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 Team Handball – Unit Plan
 BAGS Analysis:


Type of Activity:
Lead-up               Drill                                       Score:18/20
Fitness               Game             Berkey’s
                                 Assessment of Games



 1. Name of the game: Pass it

 2. Source of the game: Internet (www.cwu.edu)

 3. Brief description of the game: Students will line up in positions of a basic offensive
 and defensive alignment. The offensive team will be given the ball and they must
 complete either four or eight passes before being allowed to shoot. The offensive team
 will earn a point for successfully completing four passes and three points for successfully
 completing eight passes. Making a goal is worth two points. The defense will attempt to
 intercept, disrupt the play or block the shot, earning two points for each. Teams are given
 three possessions before switching sides.

                                   Activity Analysis
                                                      Low------------------------------High
 1. Students can develop physical skills.             1      2        3        4       5

        State the skills:
        Offensive/Defensive movement
        Throwing a handball at a target
        Passing the handball to a teammate
        Catching and controlling a handball
        Defending a goal
        Running/changing directions

        Students can practice appropriately           Yes             No

                                                      Low------------------------------High
 2. Participation level                               1      2        3        4       5
        Roles of the students:
        Students most work collectively utilizing
        offensive and defensive strategies .

        Potential examples of waiting:
        When other teams are playing students are waiting for a turn.



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                                                    Low------------------------------High
3. Activity is developmentally appropriate          1      2        3        4       5
       Stage/Age for which activity is appropriate:
       Activity is appropriate for High School aged students.

       Justification for this population/group:
       Advanced concepts and strategies

                                                    Low------------------------------High
4. Cognitive, personal and social development       1      2        3        4       5

       What personal social skills could be taught?(Action/Condition):
       Team work
       Cooperation
       Strategy

       What cognitive skills could be taught? (Action/Condition):
       Offensive and Defensive strategy
       Communication with teammates
       Shooting and passing techniques

Modifications for special needs students:
Points for simply completing a pass and modify the target area.




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Team Handball – Unit Plan
Instructional Objective


Psychomotor Objectives:

P-1    Student will perform a chest pass hitting a 3x3 target at a distance 15 feet on 4 out
       of 5 attempts.

P-2    The student will be able to perform proper chest pass mechanics during a
       simulated game on 9 out of 10 attempts

P-3    Student will execute proper dribbling mechanics as they run through a course of
       cones set up over a distance of 50 feet on 3 of 4 attempts.

P-4    The student will be able to dribble a handball for 3 consecutive minutes during a
       two of three class sessions.

P- 5   Student will perform an overhand shot demonstrating the four most critical points
       striking a target 5x5 feet from a distance of 10 yards during four of five trials.

P-6    Students will be able to demonstrate proper shooting mechanics in game
       situations on 4 out of 5 attempts.

P-7    Students will catch a team handball from a distance of 10 yards while moving
       sideways between a designated 10 x 10 foot area on 4 of 5 trials.

P-8    The student will be able to keep eyes up and demonstrate proper catching
       mechanics 9 out of 10 times during game simulations.


Cognitive Objectives:

C-1    Students will successfully identify both the offensive and defensive positions of
       the handball team when asked by the instructor on 9 out of 10 questions.

C-2    Student will demonstrate knowledge of the offensive tactics through game
       situations on two of three trials during three class sessions.

C-3    The student will be able to verbally recite the necessary mechanical details of the
       overhand shoot when requested by the instructor on 3 of 4 trials.

C-4    The student will be able demonstrate they know how to use a defensive tactic
       during game situations on two of three trials




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Team Handball – Unit Plan
Instructional Objective


Personal Objectives:

PS-1   Students will demonstrate respect for authority by performing the teacher
       requested tasks within ten seconds during four of five trials.

PS-2   Student will demonstrate cooperation by working with teammates to apply
       offensive tactics by passing, catching and shooting the ball when appropriate on
       four of five trials.

PS-3   Students will demonstrate social responsibility by dressing for class on 5 out 5
       consecutive days.




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         Team Handball – Unit Plan
         Block Plan

         Lesson #1
Time       Task                  Drills            Situation         Criteria          Critical
                                                                                       Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                            In Gymnasium                        Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                             in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                       more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                              15 yard drill
                                                   area
15 min. Introduction to Team                       In Gymnasium                        Skills similar to
        handball – distinguish                     in one group –                      Basketball,
        between hand racket                        have handball                       soccer, floor
        ball and team                              to pass around.                     hockey, etc.
        handball.
20 min. Moving the Ball:         Technique         In Gymnasium      Student will      Stagger feet
         Dribbling the ball      demonstration     Pairs for keep    execute proper    Eyes up
                                                   away              dribbling         Soft hands
                                 Skill Game –      Group for         mechanics (TA     Waist high
                                 1. Dribble keep   extreme           form) as they     Guard ball
                                 away              dribbling         run through a     Two step
                                 2. Extreme        Mass              course of cones   Ball away
                                 Dribbling         groupings for     set up over a
                                 3. Dribble Tag    dribble tag       distance of 50
                                                                     feet on 3 of 4
                                                                     attempts.
5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      K.2.IG.1; K.2.PA.1;
MMC       K.2.SB.1; K.2.FE.1




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         Team Handball – Unit Plan
         Block Plan

         Lesson #2
Time       Task                  Drills           Situation         Criteria           Critical
                                                                                       Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                           In Gymnasium                         Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                            in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                      more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                             15 yard drill
                                                  area
5 min.    Review Dribble                          In Gymnasium
          Technique                               in one ball per
                                                  student
15 min. Catching:                Technique                          Students will      Athletic stance
        Diamond                  demonstration                      catch a team       Arms in front
                                                                    handball (using    Diamond up
                                 Skill Games –                      form in TA)        Arm shocks
                                 1. Bounce                          from a distance    Seat the ball
                                 catch                              of 10 yards        Pivot
                                 2. Catch relay                     while moving
                                                                    sideways
                                                                    between a
                                                                    designated 10 x
                                                                    10 foot area on
                                                                    4 of 5 trials.
15 min. Passing:                 Technique                          Student will       Seat the ball
        Chest pass               demonstration                      perform a chest    Stand relaxed
                                                                    pass (utilizing    Step towards your
                                 Skill Games –                      form in TA)        target
                                 1. Star drill                      hitting a 3x3      Extend
                                 2. Assembly                        target at a        Full extension
                                 line                               distance 15 feet   Point at Target
                                                                    on 4 out of 5      Finish
                                                                    attempts.
5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      M.1.MS.4; M.1.MS.5;
MMC       B.6.RP.1; B.6.FE.1




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         Lesson #3
Time       Task                  Drills             Situation        Criteria            Critical
                                                                                         Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                             In Gymnasium                         Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                              in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                        more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                               15 yard drill
                                                    area
5 min.    Review                                    In Gymnasium
          Catching/Passing                          in pairs - one
                                                    ball per pair
20 min. Shooting:                Technique                           Student will        Grip
                                 demonstration                       perform an          Ball up
                                                                     overhand shot       Open up
                                 Skill Games –                       (TA form)           Lead with elbow
                                 1. Catch n’ Shot                    demonstrating       Palm down
                                 2. Overhand                         the four most       Transfer Weight
                                 shot                                critical points     Finish Pose
                                 3.Target Relay                      striking a target
                                                                     5x5 feet from a
                                                                     distance of 10
                                                                     yards during
                                                                     four of five
                                                                     trials.
10 min. Putting it together:     Technique
        Dribble/pass/catch/      demonstration
        shooting
                                 Skill Games –
                                 1. Score Ball
                                 2. Keep Away

5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      M.1.MS.4; M.1.MS.5;
MMC       B.6.RP.1; B.6.FE.1




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         Lesson #4
Time       Task                  Drills            Situation        Criteria          Critical
                                                                                      Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                            In Gymnasium                       Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                             in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                       more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                              15 yard drill
                                                   area
5 min.    Review Shooting                          In Gymnasium
                                                   in pairs - one
                                                   ball per pair
20 min. Defensive Skills:        Technique                          Student will      Eyes up
        Body placement           demonstration                      demonstrate       Arms out
        Hand location            Skill Games –                      proper            Palms up
                                 1. Mirror drill                    defensive         Knees bent
                                 2. Circle Tag                      technique in      Do not cross feet
                                 3. Blocking                        circle tag on 4
                                 relay                              of 5 attempts.


10 min. Putting it together:     Skill Games –
        Dribble/pass/catch/      1. Interval
        Shooting/defense         Handball


5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      M.1.IG.1; M.1.MS.4;
MMC       K.2.MS.1; K.2.IG.1




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         Lesson #5
Time       Task                  Drills           Situation        Criteria           Critical
                                                                                      Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                           In Gymnasium                        Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                            in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                      more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                             15 yard drill
                                                  area
5 min.    Review Defensive                        In Gymnasium
          skills                                  in pairs - one
                                                  ball per pair
20 min. Offensive Skills:        Technique                         Student will       Eyes up
        Moving with/out ball     demonstration                     demonstrate        Spacing
        Fast break               Skill Games –                     proper             Downhill
                                 1. Ball Tag                       Offensive          See you target
                                 2. Pass/Catch                     technique in       Find the hole
                                 run around                        fast break drill   Be patient
                                 3. Shield Ball                    on 4 of 5
                                                                   attempts

10 min. Putting it together:     Skill Games –
        Dribble/pass/catch/      1. Fast Break
        Shooting/defense/        2. Interval
        offense                  Handball

5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      K.2.IG.2; K.2.MS.2;
MMC       M.1.IG.2; M.1.IG.1




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         Lesson #6
Time       Task                  Drills           Situation        Criteria           Critical
                                                                                      Elements/Cues
10 min. Dynamic Warm-up                           In Gymnasium                        Personal pace
        Knee-ups/kick-                            in lines of no
        up/lunge twist/ankle                      more than 5.
        ups/flamingos                             15 yard drill
                                                  area
5 min.    Review Offensive                        In Gymnasium
          skills                                  in pairs - one
                                                  ball per pair
10 min. Gametime:                Technique                         Student will       Eyes up
        Review games in prep     demonstration                     demonstrate        Spacing
        for game                 Skill Games –                     proper             Downhill
                                 1. Shield Ball                    Offensive          See you target
                                 2. Fast Break                     technique in       Find the hole
                                 3. Interval                       fast break drill   Be patient
                                 Handball                          on 4 of 5
                                                                   attempts

20 min. Putting it together:     Skill Games –                     Student will       Eyes up
        Dribble/pass/catch/      1. Simulated                      demonstrate        Spacing
        Shooting/defense/        game of                           proper             Downhill
        offense                  Handball                          Offensive          See you target
                                                                   technique in       Find the hole
                                                                   fast break drill   Be patient
                                                                   on 4 of 5
                                                                   attempts
5 min.    Review what have
          learned
MDE:      K.2.IG.2; K.2.MS.2;
MMC       M.1.IG.2; M.1.IG.1
          K.2.IG.1; K.2.PA.1;
          K.2.SB.1; K.2.FE.1
          M.1.MS.4; M.1.MS.5;
          B.6.RP.1; B.6.FE.1




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Topic: Introduction to Team Handball and Moving the Ball

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, cones, scrimmage vests.

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Question – “Has anyone ever seen team handball played in the
Olympics?” Distinguish between hand racket ball and the team sport of handball briefly
explaining the positions and offensive/defensive objectives.

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting position
Warm up activity (10min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: To familiarize students with the sport of team handball. Students will learn to
dribble and move with the handball.
Critical points of dribbling: 1. Eyes up 2. Soft hands 3. Waist high control 4. Guard
ball.
Challenge: Who can maintain control while dribbling through their legs?
Question to Check: Who can tell me where your eyes should be while you are dribbling?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min):
Teacher instructional and explanation at the center of the court, discussing the critical
points of dribbling.

1. Skill - Extreme Dribbling – Instructor will model different types/styles of dribbling
such as seated, kneeling, on one leg, through obstacles, under legs and off the wall.
Students will then be given 30 second bursts to try different techniques and become move
comfortable handling the ball.

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
2. Drill - Dribble Keep Away – After the instructor models the drill at center court,
students will be placed in pairs and assigned a defined area. On the start command, one
player will begin dribbling the ball while the other attempts to swat it away.




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Transition: Divide Class in to four groups at center court to observe demonstration; one
group will become chasers.
3. Game -Safety Ball – After demonstration by the instructor, all students will receive a
ball except 3-4 players. The players without the ball will attempt to tag everyone with a
ball. Those players with handballs will begin dribbling on the start command and must
maintain their dribbles unless tagged by a player without a ball. Once tagged, they are
frozen until another player with a ball dribbles it under the tagged players legs.




Transition: Stay where you are, pass out additional ball so all students have one.
4. Game - Dribble Tag - Each student will begin dribbling their ball on the start
command and attempt to tag other students with their non-dribbling hand while
maintaining control of their own dribbling ball. Once tagged, students must exit the area.
The objective of the game is to be the last one in the designated area. The game is
designed to help develop ball control and while keeping you eyes up.

Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review basics of the game of team handball and
review the critical points of dribbling.




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LESSON PLAN #2 – Team Handball

Topic: Catching and Passing

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, cones, dots, scrimmage vests.

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Review of dribbling technique from previous lesson –
Question “who can show me proper dribbling technique and describe the 4 critical
points?”

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting positions
Warm up activity (10 min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: Students will become aware of the basic body and hand positions for catching
and passing the ball.
Critical points of catching: 1. Athletic stance 2. Diamond shape with hands 3. Arms
extended 4. Cushion the ball - Arm shocks
Critical points of passing: 1. Relaxed stance 2. Step at your target 3. Extend your arms
4. Finish with thumbs pointing at target

Challenge: Everyone stand up and follow the steps without a ball
Question to Check: What shape should your hands make when you are ready to catch?
When making a chest pass, where should our thumbs be pointing after releasing the ball?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min):
Teacher instructional explanation at center court of critical points of catching and passing


1. Drill - Bounce Catch – Instructor will model catching technique by bouncing the ball
first off the floor (should bounce above head) and then off the wall. Each student will
then get their own ball and on the start command begin with floor bounces and then
progress to wall bounces.


Transition: Divide the class into groups of four
2. Skill - Catch Relay – Teams of four will line up single file across from one another.
The object is to catch a pass from the player opposite you and pass it back to the next




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person in line. Once you have passed the ball you must run to the end of your line.
Players must use proper catching and passing technique




Transition: Divide into groups of five.
3. Drill - Star Drill – Groups of five students will align in a star pattern (marked by
cones) with one player holding a ball. The player with the ball will pass it to the person
opposite them; upon catching the ball the player will then pass it to the next person
opposite them and continue in a star pattern. Players will use proper catching and passing
techniques. As players progress they may change directions of the star and add
additional balls.




Transition: Stay in your groups and form a line
4. Drill - Assembly Line – Players will align in a straight line facing in the same direction
with about 10 feet separating them. The ball will start at the feet of the first person in line
and on the start command they will pick up the ball. After picking up the ball the starting
player will turn and pass it to the next person in line; they will catch the ball and turn and
pass it to the next person in line. This continues until the reach the end of the line.




Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review basics of catching and passing in the
game of team handball. Review the critical points of both catching and passing.




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LESSON PLAN #3 – Team Handball

Topic: Shooting the ball

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, marked target areas on wall, goals, cones, dots

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Review of catching and passing technique from previous lesson
– Question 1 “who can show me proper catching technique and describe the 4 critical
points?” Question 2 “who can show me proper passing technique and describe the 4
critical points?”

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting position
Warm up activity (10min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: Students with gain experience with the various techniques for properly
shooting a team handball at a target area.
Critical points of the overhand shot: 1. Grip 2. Ball up and open 3. Elbow lead 4. Palm
down 5. Transfer Weight

Challenge: How many people think the can hit the small square on in the target area
from the nine meter line?
Question to Check: Who can show me the proper grip?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min): Teacher instructional explanation at center court of critical points of
the overhand shot followed by a demonstration of the technique

1.Skill - Fundamentals – Partner up and pass the ball back and forth using proper
shooting technique. Students will slowly widen the distance as they become comfortable.

Transition: Divide class in half
2. Drill - Catch n’ Shot - have students line up on the six meter line. The first person in
line will receive a pass and take three steps towards the goal and shot using an overhand
technique. As they become comfortable move the line back and from side to side.




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Transition: Stay in groups
3. Drill - Zig-Zag Shot – Students will dribble the ball through a course and conclude
with an overhand shot from the nine meter line. Teams can compete to see who can score
the most point in a given period of time.




4. Game – Score Ball The object of the game is to use an overhand throw of a handball
at various sized targets marked on the wall with differing scores associated with them.
The boxes will collectively make up a Team Handball goal, with higher points being
awarded for the smaller boxes. Each student is given five throws for assigned distances
(progressively farther distances as the students gain experience), with points being tallied
at the end of each round.



Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review the techniques of shooting the ball.




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LESSON PLAN #4 – Team Handball

Topic: Defensive Skills/Strategy

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, marked target areas on wall, goals, benches, scrimmage
vests

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Review of overhand shooting techniques. Everyone stand up
and review the critical points of an overhand through one step at a time, when instructed
b the teacher.

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting position
Warm up activity (10min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: Students will learn the basic defensive positions and the fundamental body
and hand techniques. Spacing and movement with regards to teammates will also be
covered.
Critical points of the defensive body position: 1. Eyes up 2. Arms out 3. Palms up 4.
Slight knee bend.

Dry Run: everyone stand up and get in the defensive position and mirror the teacher’s
movements.
Challenge: Can you stay mirror my movement all the way across the court?
Question to Check: Why do we have to have our arms out when we are playing defense?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min): Teacher explanation at center court of critical points of the defensive
body position, and the basic defensive positions and responsibilities of the defensive
players.

Transition: Find a Partner
1.Skill - Fundamentals – Partner up down the line with about five feet of space around
you in all directions. Get into the basic defensive stance facing our partner and give each
other feed back.

Transition: Find a new Partner
2. Skill – Mirror Drill: Line up across from your partner and get into the defensive
position. The other student will act as an offensive player and move side to side. The
defensive player will mirror the sideways movement trying to keep the offensive player




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in front. After a ten second burst, players will switch roles. Progress in duration and
speed as students become proficient,

Transition: Divide class into groups of six
2. Drill – Circle Tag - One player will attempt to tag another player passing through the
9’ meter line, but not the circle (goal area or 6’ meter line). The tag player is being
blocked (impeded by other players) who are attempting to protect the player from getting
tagged. The tag player has 45 seconds in which to make the tag and then rotate through
to new players.




Transition: Divide class in half
3. Skill - Blocking Relay – Fist two people in each line will step out and defend their
teams cone. First person in the remaining line will, on start command, attempt to run
around the other teams cone and return to the line as quickly as possible. Defenders are
attempting to re-route and impede the path of the offensive player. First team to return
all of their players wins.




Transition: Have students organize into teams of four while setting up the playing areas
4. Game - Interval Handball - Students are divided into teams of four. Four benches are
set up in each corner (at an angle) of a designated square playing area. Teams are sent to
each bench and will face off against the team across from their position. Two teams sit




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behind their benches while the other teams begin play per the rules of the game. The
object is to hit the opposing team’s bench with the ball. Once successful, the two teams
rush behind their respective benches and the other teams begin play.




Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review the defensive positions. Student will
stand in a defensive position and demonstrate movement side to side with proper
technique.




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LESSON PLAN #5 – Team Handball

Topic: Offensive Skills

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, marked target areas on wall, goals, cones, dots, shield,
benches

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Review of defensive techniques; Question – “did anyone
discover movements that were particularly difficult to defend yesterday? How might we
use that information to our advantage?”

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting position
Warm up activity (10min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: Students will learn the basic defensive positions and the fundamental body and
hand techniques. Spacing and movement with regards to teammates will also be covered.
Critical points of an offensive play: 1.Eyes up 2. Spacing 3. See you target 4. Find the
holes

Challenge: What makes it difficult to defend two people with one defender?
Dry Run: Walk through why it is difficult and proper spacing.
Question to Check: Why is it critical that the offensive player has their eyes up?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min): Teacher explanation at center court of critical points of the offensive
spacing and position, and the basic offensive positions and responsibilities of the
offensive players.

Transition: Divide class in half
1.Skill – Ball Tag – Whole class spreads out in the gym with one team designated offense
and the other defense. The offensive team is given a ball and on the start command will
attempt to tag members of the opposing team with the ball. Once tagged, the defensive
players exit the floor until all are out or time has expired; teams will then switch sides.


Transition: Divide have class get in one line
2. Drill – Pass/Catch - The first six players in th line spread out on the base line of the
floor, three on each side facing outward. The next person in line then passes the ball to




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the first outward facing student who catches and passes the ball back to the moving
player. The player then catches the ball dribbles to the next outward facing student who
 repeats the drill. At the end of the drill the players rotate.




Transition: Have students get into groups of eight.
3. Skill – Shield Ball - Position seven students in a circle with a diameter of
approximately 9 meters. Take an eighth student and place them in the middle with a
blocking shield. The ball will be placed in the hands of one of the players in the outer
circle who will attempt to throw it and hit the shield. The objective of the shield holder is
to prevent them circle players from being able to hit the target shield. Players in the outer
shield must pass the ball around to get a good shot on the shield with in the allotting
(varying) time.




Transition: Have students get into 4 groups.
4. Game - Interval Handball - Students are divided into teams of four. Four benches are
set up in each corner (at an angle) of a designated square playing area. Teams are sent to
each bench and will face off against the team across from their position. Two teams sit
behind their benches while the other teams begin play per the rules of the game. The




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object is to hit the opposing team’s bench with the ball. Once successful, the two teams
rush behind their respective benches and the other teams begin play.




Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review the techniques of shooting the ball.




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LESSON PLAN #6 – Team Handball

Topic: Gametime – Team Handball

Subject: Physical Education – Team Handball

Duration: 60 minutes

Equipment: Team handballs, marked target areas on wall, goals, cones, dots, shield,
benches

Anticipatory set (5 min.): Review of offensive techniques; Question – “why is spacing so
important to the offense? How can the defense limit this advantage?”

Transition: Everyone in lines of no more than five in your starting position
Warm up activity (10min): Dynamic Warm-up - Knee-ups/kick-up/lunge twist/ankle
ups/flamingos

Objective: Students will apply the basic concepts and techniques from the previous
lessons on dribbling, catching, passing, shooting, defensive play and offensive play.

Challenge: who can answer the following questions: How many offensive players are
there? Can a defensive player shoot the ball?

Transition: Gather everyone at center court
Method (40 min): Teacher explanation at center court of critical points of the game
specifics and rules.

Transition: Have students get into groups of eight.
1. Skill – Shield Ball - Position seven students in a circle with a diameter of
approximately 9 meters. Take an eighth student and place them in the middle with a
blocking shield. The ball will be placed in the hands of one of the players in the outer
circle who will attempt to throw it and hit the shield. The objective of the shield holder is
to prevent them circle players from being able to hit the target shield. Players in the outer
shield must pass the ball around to get a good shot on the shield with in the allotting
(varying) time.




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Transition: Have students get into 4 groups.
2. Game - Interval Handball - Students are divided into teams of four. Four benches are
set up in each corner (at an angle) of a designated square playing area. Teams are sent to
each bench and will face off against the team across from their position. Two teams sit
behind their benches while the other teams begin play per the rules of the game. The




Transition: Have students get into two lines.
3. Skills – Fast Break –The first pair of players will, on the start command, begin by
passing the ball to a goalie (instructor) who will return the pass, to start a narrow fast
break. The two players will dribble and pass the ball to the opposite end of the court and
shoot. A goalie in that net will pass the ball back out and the players will start a wide fast
break back towards the starting goal (at the same time a second group is starting its
narrow fast break) and shoot on the goal.




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Transition: Group students into four teams.
4. Game - Hit the Benches – On either side of the gym, have one team on offense and the
other on defense. Three players on each side, with the offensive team trying to hit the
benches behind the defenders.




Closure (5 min): All in at center court to review the techniques of game play. Question
“did anyone discover any secrets?”




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Evaluation

Type: Straight Point/Percentage System.

Weighting: Weighting is accounted for by total points assigned to each area.

Data Collection Forms: Task Cards to be used as progress and grade reports.

Justification: Students will be evaluated on the psychomotor skills outlined in the task
analysis of the critical skills. Each skill is graded on a rating scale of 1-3: 1 being “not
mastered,” 2 being “in progress,” and 3 being “mastered.” These points will be tallied for
each skill to formulate into a percentage score. All psychomotor skills will be combined
to account for 66% of the total points for the unit. Other points will come from cognitive
skills, 17%, and personal skills, 17%. Each scoring area will be recorded on a “Task
Card” which will be used to communicate with both students and parents as progress
reports. At the completion of the unit, the points from each “Task Card’ will be
combined and recorded on the “Final Unit Task Card” to indicate the final unit grade.


Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A         80% - 83%      = B-    67% - 69%      = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-    77% - 79%      = C+    64% - 66%      =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+    74% - 76%      =C      60% - 63%      = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B      70% - 73%      = C-    59% - below    =F




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Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A        80% - 83%        = B-   67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-   77% - 79%        = C+   64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+   74% - 76%        =C     60% - 63%     = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B     70% - 73%        = C-   59% - below   =F

Task Card: Chest Pass                                                Rating    Comments

Movement Sequence                         Movement Cues
Use an appropriate grip with two          Seat the ball
hands on the ball at chest height.
Stand relaxed with feet shoulder width    Stand relaxed
apart slightly staggered.
Step towards your target, eyes focused    Step towards your
on target area.                           target
Extend arms out rotating thumbs           Extend
inward.
Release the ball fully extend your arms   Full extension
towards the target area.
Thumbs should be pointing at target.      Point at Target

Finish position with arms fully           Finish
extended, with thumbs and chest
pointing at target.
Chest Pass: Student will perform a
chest pass (utilizing form in TA)
hitting a 3x3 target at a distance 15
feet on 4 out of 5 attempts.

                                          TOTAL




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Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A         80% - 83%   = B-   67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-    77% - 79%   = C+   64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+    74% - 76%   =C     60% - 63%     = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B      70% - 73%   = C-   59% - below   =F

Task Card: Dribbling                                             Rating   Comments

Movement Sequence                        Movement Cues
Start with feet staggered – dominant     Stagger feet
foot back.
Head up and eyes focused ahead,          Eyes up
slight bed in knees.
Dribble ball with pads of fingers.       Soft hands
Bounce height of ball should be          Waist high
about waist high.
Protect and guard ball with off arm,     Guard ball
ball should be in arm away from
defender.
Should take two steps for every one      Two step
bounce.
Transfer ball to outside arm away        Ball away
from defender.
Student will execute proper
dribbling mechanics (TA form) as
they run through a course of cones
set up over a distance of 50 feet on 3
of 4 attempts.

                                         TOTAL




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Ratings:              Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered          100% - 94% = A            80% - 83%   = B-   67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress       90% - 93%      = A-       77% - 79%   = C+   64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet           87% - 89%      = B+       74% - 76%   =C     60% - 63%     = D-
                      84% - 86%      =B         70% - 73%   = C-   59% - below   =F

Task Card: Overhand Shot                                           Rating   Comments

Movement Sequence                       Movement Cues
Use an appropriate grip with one        Grip
hand on the ball.
Raise the ball high above the head      Ball up
with elbow slightly above shoulder.
Reach out with non-throwing arm         Open up
for balance, stagger stance with
non-throwing foot in front.
Begin the throw by leading with         Lead with elbow
elbow motion towards the target,
keeping ball high.
Release ball at target with palm        Palm down
facing toward the ground.
During throw you should transfer        Transfer Weight
weight from your back to front foot.
Finish with a off arm in pocket area    Finish Pose
and throwing hand in line with
target
Student will perform an overhand
shot (TA form) demonstrating the
four most critical points striking a
target 5x5 feet from a distance of 10
yards during four of five trials.
                                        Total




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Evaluation




Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A          80% - 83%   = B-    67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-     77% - 79%   = C+    64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+     74% - 76%   =C      60% - 63%     = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B       70% - 73%   = C-    59% - below   =F

Task Card: Catching                                               Rating    Comments

Movement Sequence                      Movement Cues
Stand using an athletic stance with    Athletic stance
feet under armpits and legs slightly
bent.
Arms out in front of chest with        Arms in front
elbows slightly bent.
Fingers should be spread with          Diamond up
thumbs touching thumbs and index
fingers touching index fingers –
forming a diamond.
As the ball makes contact with the     Arm shocks
fingers, cushion the ball into the
body by bending the arms.
Secure the ball by wrapping            Seat the ball
fingers around it, holding it close
to your body.
Finish by pivoting away from the       Pivot
defender.
Students will catch a team
handball (using form in TA) from
a distance of 10 yards while
moving sideways between a
designated 10 x 10 foot area on 4
of 5 trials.
                                       TOTAL




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Ratings:              Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered          100% - 94% = A        80% - 83%   = B-    67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress       90% - 93%      = A-   77% - 79%   = C+    64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet           87% - 89%      = B+   74% - 76%   =C      60% - 63%     = D-
                      84% - 86%      =B     70% - 73%   = C-    59% - below   =F

Task Card: Cognitive                                           Rating    Comments
Objectives

Students will successfully identify
both the offensive and defensive
positions of the handball team
when asked by the instructor on 9
out of 10 questions.
Student will demonstrate
knowledge of the offensive tactics
through game situations on two of
three trials during three class
sessions.
The student will be able to
verbally recite the necessary
mechanical details of the overhand
shoot when requested by the
instructor on 3 of 4 trials.
The student will be able
demonstrate they know how to use
a defensive tactic during game
situations on two of three trials
                                      TOTAL




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Evaluation




Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A        80% - 83%   = B-    67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-   77% - 79%   = C+    64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+   74% - 76%   =C      60% - 63%     = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B     70% - 73%   = C-    59% - below   =F

Task Card: Personal                                             Rating    Comments
Objectives

Students will demonstrate respect
for authority by performing the
teacher requested tasks within ten
seconds during four of five trials.
Student will demonstrate
cooperation by working with
teammates to apply offensive
tactics by passing, catching and
shooting the ball when appropriate
on four of five trials.
Students will demonstrate social
responsibility by dressing for class
on 5 out 5 consecutive days.
                                       TOTAL




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Ratings:               Grading Scale:
3 = Mastered           100% - 94% = A        80% - 83%     = B-    67% - 69%     = D+
2 = In Progress        90% - 93%      = A-   77% - 79%     = C+    64% - 66%     =D
1 = Not Yet            87% - 89%      = B+   74% - 76%     =C      60% - 63%     = D-
                       84% - 86%      =B     70% - 73%     = C-    59% - below   =F

Final Unit Task Card                                              Rating    Comments

Chest Pass                           Total Final Rating

Dribbling                            Total Final Rating

Shooting                             Total Final Rating

Catching                             Total Final Rating

Cognitive Objectives                 Total Final Rating

Personal Objectives                  Total Final Ratings

                                     TOTAL




Comments:




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Equipment List                             Prices from: www.usgames.com

                                  25 Team Handballs                        Total = $350




Voit® Tuff Coated Foam Handball
IN STOCK
$13.94 EA
                                  2 Nets                                   Total = $130




Lil' Shooter Goal 5'H x 10'W
         IN STOCK
         $64.79 EA
                                  2 Sets of Vests                          Total = $126




Lightweight Numberd Scrimmage Vest-Adult
        IN STOCK
        $62.99 DZN
                                  One set of cones                         Total = $13




Prism Pack Low Profile Cones - Dozen
        IN STOCK
        $12.59 DZN                                            All Equipment Total = $619



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References




1. Jefferies, Stephen C. (2002). Retrieved from http://www.cwu.edu/~jefferis/

2. The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology. (2010).
       Retrieved from: http://people.ehe.ohio-state.edu/coape/lesson-plans/

3. Summers, David. (2007). The Sports Book – The Games, The Rules, The Tactics, The
      Techniques. New York, New York. DK Publishing.

4. Vancouver Team Handball Association. (2004). Retrieved from
       http://www.vancouverhandball.ca/

5. Wartalowicz, Mariusz. (2008). Middle School PE Lesson Ideas. Retrived from:
       http://www.pecentral.org




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