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Lesson Plan for 395A

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Name: Evan Belczyk

Date: 11/23/15

Unit:

Basketball

Grade Level: 6th

Lesson #2
Lesson Format
1. Objectives
Psychomotor: Students will be able to perform a chest pass, bounce pass, and overhead pass by extending their arms and stepping
towards their target.
Cognitive:
Students will be able to demonstrate the knowledge of when to pass to a teammate or shoot the ball during the 3 vs. 3
activities.
Affective:
Students will demonstrate teamwork and cooperation skills by passing to a partner during different activities
2. Teacher Objective: I will be able to improve my demonstrations and make my transitions to the next activity more efficient.
3. Equipment: Basketball hoops, basketballs, pinnies
4. Protocols
- Make sure the person you are passing to is looking before you pass to them.
- Emphasize that it is important that the person receiving the pass has their hands up and ready so they can catch the pass and provide a
target.
- Make sure the pairs are spread out so they will not run into each other.
-Yell Ball, ball, ball if you see a ball rolling on the floor.
LESSON CONTENT & PROGRESSIONS
Introduction, skills task analysis, activity/games

Instant Activity:
Students will run a lap on the
outside field and when they reenter the gym, they will have 23 minutes to shoot hoops with
basketballs, hit volleyballs back
and forth to a partner, or jump
rope throughout the gym.

Teaching Cues The cues are short


quotes of what you are saying to students to
remind them of proper form.

MANAGERIAL STRATEGIES
Organization of space, equipment, students
(diagrams of practice formations, equipment set
up, and game situations ), including method for
assigning students to groups

X
X

Safety Procedures
Checking field, equipment, and facilities for debris,
damage, etc. What safety procedures will you take
to make sure ALL students are safe in your class.

Make sure students are spread


out across the gym so they do
X not run into each other.

X
X

Students will play basketball,


volleyball, or jump rope to get
warmed up.
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Set Induction:
Good afternoon class! My Name
is Mr. Evan and I will be
teaching you how to pass in
basketball today and then you
will be playing a game of 3 vs.
3. Some of the things I will be
looking for when you are
playing are; performing a chest
pass, bounce pass, and
overhead pass by extending
their arms and stepping
towards their target,
demonstrate the knowledge of
when to pass to a teammate or
shoot the ball during the 3 vs. 3,
and demonstrate teamwork and
cooperation skills by passing to
a partner during different
activities.

Passing activity 1:
Students will be paired up and
they will practice a chest pass,
bounce pass, and overhead
pass. One partner will stand on
the sideline and the other will
stand 10 feet away.

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Students are introduced to the
lesson and learn the lessons
objectives.

Extend your arms

Step towards your target

Students will perform chest


passes, bounce passes, and
overhead passes to a partner.

Make sure the person you are


passing to is looking before you
pass to them.
Emphasize that it is important
that the person receiving the
pass has their hands up and
ready so they can catch the pass
and provide a target

Passing activity 2:
Students will form a group of
three and they will play monkey
in the middle. Students will work
on passing over and around a
defender by using different
types of passes.

Extend your arms

Yell Ball, ball, ball if you see a


ball rolling on the floor.

X (Monkey)
Step towards your target

The defender must be an arms


length away from the two people
on offense.

Students will work on passing


around and over a defender by
playing monkey in the middle.
Passing activity 3:
There will be six students at
each basketball hoop
throughout the gym. Three
students will form a line on the
right side of the foul line and the Extend your arms
other three students will form a
line on the left side of the foul
line. The students on the left
side will start off as the passers Step towards your target
and the students on the right
will be the shooters. On the
teachers command, the first
student in line on the right will
run towards the basket and as
theyre running, the first student
with the ball in the left line will
pass to them and they will shoot
a layup. The student who shoots
the layup will grab their own
rebound and go to the other
line. There will be two balls at

Make sure the person you are


passing to is looking before you
pass to them.
X
X
X
X

X
X

Students will pass to the person


in the other line and they will
shoot a layup.

each basket. Students will first


do a chest pass than a bounce
pass than an overhead pass.
The balls will than go over to
the right side and they will pass
to the students on the left side.
3 vs. 3 Game
Students will stay at their
baskets and they will play a
game of 3 vs. 3. They will be
shown how to play and taught
the rules.
Rules:
-Students must stay in bounds.
-Students may not travel
-Students may not double
dribble.
-If team A shoots it and team B
grabs the rebound, they must
take it back past the foul-line.
-After each made basket the
ball goes to the other team.
-Teams must check the ball
before starting.
-If someone is fouled, the
person that was fouled keeps
the ball and teams must check it
back up.
-After a few minutes of play,
teams will rotate courts so they
play new teams.

Extend your arms


X X

Emphasize that it is important


that the person receiving the
pass has their hands up and
ready so they can catch the pass
and provide a target

Step towards your target


X

X X

X
Students will play 3 vs. 3 and
will work on passing to
teammates.

6. Closure/Assessment - How can you prove they met the objectives stated above?
Can someone come out and show the class how to properly perform the passes we worked on today?
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What were some strategies you used during the 3 vs 3 game?


When would you pass to a teammate during a basketball game?
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