Instructional Procedures "Basketball Frenzy": Scatter the basketballs on the gym floor and have the students stand next to a basketball. On the... Dribble three times and move to another ball. Dribble with the non-dominant hand. Do cross-over dribbles. Do patterns: one dribble, two dribbles, three ...
Activity 1-Dribbling. Students line up in six lines on the baseline. Each student in the front of the line should have a basketball. Students will dribble down the court in a variety of ways. Each drill will be done 3 times. *Remind students to keep their head and eyes up while dribbling so they don't run into anybody.
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We will begin with a quick jogging and stretching routine. Followed by having the students get in five lines starting at the baseline with six people in each line spaced six feet apart. I will instruct the students to stand there and dribble the basketball for thirty seconds. Blow the whistle for them to stop, then ask them to dribble for thirty more seconds.
- Stationary position (following teacher) dribbling high above waist, low as low as possible, weave between legs. - Practice tossing ball in air catching behind back, Go to wall and bounce pass/ Chest pass
Basketball Dribbling Cues Assessment. At the end of the unit I give my 2nd graders a verbal quiz to see if they know the 3 cues for a basketball dribble, this is one of our common report card assessments for 2nd grade (details on how I do grades here).
BASKETBALL LESSON 1 4th-5th GRADE ACTIVITY #2 Dribble and Move • Students begin dribbling and moving inside the court area. • personal space. Each student must maintain personal space by keeping his or her head up. • Start with dominant hand dribble. • Change to non-dominate hand dribble.
Lesson Plan Name: Coach Rangel Date: May 3, 2021 Grade Level: 9 th grade Sport: Basketball Skill: Dribbling Learning Objectives: TLW practice and demonstrate proper techniques of dribbling through the use of agility and skill drills.
• 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. • All students practice stationary dribbling with non-dominate hand and protect with