Instructions Begin the lesson by asking students to describe the game of basketball. Start with one volunteer and ask them to state... Distribute the text lesson Basketball Skills, Activities & Safety. Ask students to read the 'Skills, Activities, and... What attributes must a player have in order ...
Teachers Basketball Lesson Plan Booklet Lesson Plan 1 Activity 1. Slappers ahead 2. Stretching Time 5 mins • 5 mins Drill Setup • Players in pairs • Each player tries to “slap” their partner behind the knee Modification • Prepare by putting hands on their partners shoulders • Each player tries to step lightly on their
TLW respect the rules of the game of lightening. Learning Activity: Warm-up 3 laps High knees, butt kickers, lunges, side lung - up to half court line and back. o Arms across, arms over head, toe touches, quad stretch, butterfly, pretzel. o Center circle- ball handling: basketball rotations around head, body, and
To introduce ball handling and dribbling skills; jump stops and pivots; and a few rules of basketball. BALL HANDLING SKILLS (10 minutes) 1. Circle Ball Around: a. Waist d. Head g. Both Knees b. Knees e. Right Knee h. Figure 8 c. Ankle f. Left Knee i. Figure 8 Walk 2.
• Students stand in horseshoe arrangement with basketball on the ground between their feet. • Dribbling: Push basketball with pads of fingers; basketball should back spin, non-dribbling arm is up to protect basketball. • Demonstrate skill. • All students practice stationary dribbling with dominate hand and protecting with non-dominant hand.
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All players need a basketball (or share) and should stand on the sideline. Players should be in a stance with their legs wide and their chest up. The players will then wrap the ball around one leg...
Basketball Basic Rules Object The game is played with 2 teams. Each team consists of 5 players on the court at a time. The object of the game is to outscore your opponent by shooting the ball into your basket and preventing them from putting the ball into theirs. The ball can be advanced up the floor with the hands only, either by
5. Many rules can be changed (allow double dribbling, no time limit in the lane, etc.). Visual Impairment 1. Orient player on the court and give an area to cover. 2. Brighter colored equipment. 3. Brighter boundary lines. 4. Beeper in the ball. 5. Lighted hoops. 6. In drills, use a ball retrieving device or set up in partners. 7.