Unit Plan (Basketball 12 days)

BASKETBALL UNIT (12 DAYS)

Time of each day: 30-40 minutes

GRADE LEVEL:  Middle School

Unit Objective:

  • The Students will show good sportsmanship by participating in the unit lessons to their fullest ability.
  • TSWS responsibility by attending the class and participating throughout the unit.
  • TSWS ability to fallow and enforce direction (referee).
  • TSWS effort in making their skills better by participating in each lesson of the unit.
  • TSWS an understanding of Basketball by testing physically showing their skills and academically proving they understand basic rules and regulation of the sport.

ODE Benchmarks:

1. Demonstrate movement principles (mechanics, force, speed) in performing skills related to a team activity and an individual or partner activity.

2. Execute a floor exercise, jump rope, or manipulative routine with intentional changes in direction, speed, and flow.

10.  Demonstrate an understanding of the rules to be followed during participation in specified physical activities.

15. Apply rules, procedures, and etiquette that are safe and effective for specific activities/situations.

16. Identify the elements of socially acceptable conflict resolution and sportsmanship.

NASPE STANDARDS:

1  Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

2  Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities

3  Participates regularly in physical activity

5  Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.

LESSONS:

Day 1 – 5 vs 5 Game/Referee Day

Day 2 – Dribbling

Day 3 – Dribbling

Day 4 – Shooting

Day 5 –Shooting

Day 6 – Shooting

Day 7 – Passing

Day 8 – Passing

Day 9 – Incorporating passing, shooting and dribbling

Day 10 - 3 vs 3 & Referee Practice

Day 11 – Skills Demonstration Test

Day 12 – Written Rules and Regulation Test

Basketball Day 1

OBJECTIVE:  The students will show their ability to follow direction.

                        TSWS their ability to enforce rules

                        TSWS their current level of skill in the basketball fundamentals.

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation)

            Whistles for each student.

List of simple basketball rules and calls for each student.

 

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

Have the students jog 5 laps around the gym.  As they are finishing their laps have them pick a paper with the general rules and referee calls listed on it.

Review the paper with the students stretching.

Introduce the unit of Basketball.

ACTIVITY:

Split the students into 3 teams (A, B and C)

Set up a game of basketball (Full court)

Team A and B are the teams playing, Team C will be the Referees.

8 minute Intervals (To maintain safety and control of students)

Rotate team B and team C play, team A Referees

Rotate team C and team A play, team B Referees

Remind students if they have questions, Whistle and stop the game to ask.

All calls by the referees are to be called within 3 seconds of the call, practice correct hand motions and terms.

Teacher will over watch all calls and the game.  Only keep score if needed (students want) otherwise it is just for practice.

Rules: Must pass the ball 3 times before shooting the ball.  Each player on the team must touch the ball at least once in 2 possessions (this is for farness)

No double dribble, no fouls, no traveling, use out of bounds lines, points are 3 pointers are 2 pts 2 pointers are 1 pt.  Passing must be practices and shooting must be practiced.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have students sit and stretch while any questions about the rules and calls are asked.  Also allow a review of the sheet.

Basketball Day 2

OBJECTIVE: The student will show their skill level in dribbling a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their dribbling skills by participating in the lesson.

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation)

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

1. Upon entering the gym, each student obtains a basketball and begins to dribble around the perimeter of the gym.

2. On the signal, students place ball at their feet.

3. Review dribbling techniques, i.e. ball low, eyes up, finger tip control

4. Have students line up at one end of the gym and follow the teacher's lead.

5. Teacher leads students forward, backward, right , and left. This will encourage students to keep their eyes up and not to watch the ball.

6. Have students go to their squads with their balls for stretches and strengthening exercises.

a. Using the ball, teacher leads the class in various stretches.

b. Have the students lay on their backs, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor. Rest the ball on tummy, raise shoulders, and reach with the ball to just past the knees. Repeat 10 times.

c. Have students get in push up position with the ball placed under their chest. Lower until chest touches the ball. Repeat 10 times.

d. Repeat b&c for a second set.

ACTIVITY:

8 minute Intervals (To maintain safety and control of students)

 

Explain to students that today's activity will really challenge them to dribble with control. Explain (demonstrate as needed) how each student will have a partner. One partner decides to first be the chaser ("it"). Both players will have a ball and begin spread out away from each other in general space. At the "go" signal, the "it" has to chase after and tag only his/her partner (both must always dribble while moving -- no traveling!). Once tagged, the two switch roles.

Divide students into partners, or, if students are able to choose a partner of their similar ability, let them choose their own partner. Have them spread out then give the "go" signal. Observe students' abilities to dribble with control -- not running into others and/or traveling. You may need to stop the activity to remind students that the real idea of the game is to move away from others while dribbling with control, just as they might in a game situation. Pinpointing a few groups who are able to do this well may help at this time, as well.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Split the class up into 5 groups.  Line the groups up in single file groups at the base line, explain that this is a CONTROLLED race.  The teacher will sound off commands (Rt Hand, Cross over, Lt Hand, Cross over, Cross over, Stop, Turn Around, Backwards, Quack like a duck, Dribble on your knees ECT be fun but safe)  Once the a team mate reaches the half court like the next member goes, once all members have reached the other side of the court the race is over. First team to make it to the other end wins.

Basketball Day 3

 
OBJECTIVE: The student will show their skill level in dribbling a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their Dribbling skills by participating in the lesson.

 

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation) and cones

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

1. Upon entering the gym, each student obtains a basketball and begins to dribble around the perimeter of the gym.

2. On the signal, students place ball at their feet.

3. Review dribbling techniques, i.e. ball low, eyes up, finger tip control

4. Have students line up at one end of the gym and follow the teacher's lead.

5. Teacher leads students forward, backward, right , and left. This will encourage students to keep their eyes up and not to watch the ball.

6. Have students go to their squads with their balls for stretches and strengthening exercises.

a. Using the ball, teacher leads the class in various stretches.

b. Have the students lay on their backs, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor. Rest the ball on tummy, raise shoulders, and reach with the ball to just past the knees. Repeat 10 times.

c. Have students get in push up position with the ball placed under their chest. Lower until chest touches the ball. Repeat 10 times.

d. Repeat b&c for a second set.

ACTIVITIES:

Knock out - Split the class up into two groups.  Each group is set to different sides of the gym.  Each side of the gym should be marked off with areas (cone markers)  Each group should stay inside the marked area (inbounds).  The game objective is to keep your dribble going, and try knocking out other student's dribble.  If a student stops dribbling, picks up their dribble, loses control, goes outside on the boundary markers, or another student makes the student lose his or her ball they are out and must stand along the wall dribbling until there is one last student remaining in their group.  Repeat this 3-5 times (depending on class size).  At the end of the last trial have all the last remaining (the winner from each trial) move to the same marked off area, and have the trial winners try one fine time while the others mover to the opposite marked off area to play the game there.  The last one standing in the "trial winner area"  is the winner.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have students sit in their squads and stretch their legs (Butterfly, calf stretch, ect) while listening.  Ask students about the importance of dribbling the basketball low and keeping their eyes up.  Tell students what a great job they did and have them line up for their classroom teachers.

BASKETBALL DAY 4

OBJECTIVE: The student will show their skill level in shooting a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their shooting skills by participating in the lesson.

MATERIALS: Basketballs (check inflation)

WARM UP AND INSTRUCTION:

Jog 3-5 laps around the gym.  Allow students to practice shooting the basketball as in a shoot around (allow some socialization) shoot around for 5-8 minutes.  Then introduce the activity.

ACTIVITY:

Teacher will give verbal instruction and demonstrate proper technique of shooting the basketball:  

  • Feet should be shoulder width apart for a good base of balance.
  • Shooting hand is under the center of the ball with the guide hand at the side of the ball.
  • Elbow of shooting hand should be tucked in and under center of ball.
  • Keep eye on the target, the center of the goal, shoot ball with an up and outward motion.
  • Follow through as if you were reaching through the goal to drop the ball in.

Break into groups of six at each goal. They will then partner up and practice shooting the ball to their partner. Partners will watch each other and help correct any mistakes in using the proper technique. (One way to make partner assessment more effective is to choose one or two critical elements for students to focus on at a time. For example, is the shooting hand under the center of the ball with the guide hand at the side of the ball?)

The students will then get back into their groups of six and form a circle around the goal. The first student will take three shots, making at least one shot. They will continue shooting until they are successful. The students will then rotate in a clockwise direction. They can stand as close to the goal as they need to in order to have successful results.

The students will then compete against the other groups to see who can make the most number of shots. Each student will take three shots then rotate, keeping score of the team’s total number of made shots. This can be done for five minutes or longer depending on how much time remains in the class.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have students sit in their squads and stretch their legs (Butterfly, calf stretch, ect) while listening.  Ask students about the importance of Shooting the basketball ("BEEF", Squaring up, Ect).  Tell students what a great job they did and have them line up for their classroom teachers.

BASKETBALL DAY 5

OBJECTIVE:  The student will show their skill level in Shooting a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their shooting skills by participating in the lesson.

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation) Markers (tape, cones or pennies markers)

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

1.  Shoot around for 5 -8 minutes, allowing students to socialize and practice range shots.

2.  After the shoot around, have students jog 3 laps around the gymnasium.

3.  Introduce the activity and explain the point system and shooting goals.

ACTIVITY:

Timed: 20 second intervals

Each team member goes once and rotates to the next team member.

Assign point values to each Marker:

10 points for lay-ups
20 points for mid-range
30 points for long-range

Each marker is placed on the floor. Label each basket with a color and place the corresponding colored star around that hoop. Place Star Collector boxes in each corner of the gym. Divide class into 4 groups and assign them to each of these corners.

If a student makes a shot, they may choose to leave that spot, Then they move to another marker and try their
Give the students a fixed number of shots allowed to take to reduce the competition aspect.

The idea is for each team to earn as many points as possible, in a given time limit. The student may choose any Marker, any color. The student then stands over or on the marker they chose and shoots the ball. If they make the basket, they record their points on their team's point card. If they miss, they simply move on to another star.

After each team member has gone through the shooting drill once repeat another one or 2 times (depending on the size of the class)  Add up the total of the individual team scores and divide by 10.  The team with the most points wins.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have each team play against another team.  After a short game (5 minutes) gather the students and ask how they feel about their shot.  Has you shot improved, or not?  What area do you find improved the most, short range, mid-ranged, or long ranged?

BASKETBALL DAY 6

OBJECTIVE: The student will show their skill level in passing a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their shooting skills by participating in the lesson.

 

MATERIALS:  enough basketballs for students (check air), and Marked shooting spots

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

1.  Shoot around for 5 -8 minutes, allowing students to socialize and practice range shots.

2.  After the shoot around, have students jog 3 laps around the gymnasium.

3.  Introduce the activity and explain the point system and shooting goals.

ACTIVITY:

Divide the students into groups. The number of groups should be the number of baskets. Place 5-6 marked spots around a basketball net in a horse-shoe, or U shape. Each group is at a basket, with each student standing on a spot.

One student from each group shoots the ball at the goal. Each student continues to follow in order, shooting the ball. The students shoot in the same order in their group, one at a time. The teacher can move their marked spots closer or further away from the goal if they wish (depending on the stage of ability).

The goal is to score each student’s shot in a row, if one team member misses, the team starts all over until the team makes each shot in a row.  If there is trouble making the shot after 5 restarts the players can rearrange the order of the team members for a better chance to finish the goal.  Once they have finished the goal, they rotate clockwise and repeat 5-6 times (as many markers there are is as many times they rotate). 

The first team to make it through the whole rotation and shots in a row wins.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Split the class up into 2 groups and have them play a game of knock out.  Line them up at the 2 main court foul line.  The first student shoots and follows their shot (if missed make try to make the basket), right after they shoot the next student shoots if the second player makes it before the first student, then the first student is “knocked out”, the ball is passed to the next student and repeat.  Once a student is out, they can practice shooting on the side baskets.

BASKETBALL DAY 7

OBJECTIVITY:  The student will show their skill level in passing a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their passing skills by participating in the lesson.

 

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation)

 

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION:

Have students jog 3 laps.  Than have the student split into 2 groups and line them up facing the other line.  Hand out balls and have them practice passing the ball to each other.  The Teacher calls out passing style (Chest, Bounce or Overhead).  This should take about 5 minutes MAX.

ACTIVITY:

Rotate the warm-up lines, and try to even out the groups in skill level (Better students with less better students as partners).  Each partnered pair has a ball, Pick out 2 balls and have those paired partners stand in-between the 2 lines (in a freelance style – Able to move around and about the line area.

X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X 

     O          O

O       O

X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X

The example above is how it should look.

In-between the lines of Xs is called the “shark zone”, The balls are now the “Fish”

Each pair of partners have to try to get their ball passed back and forth 8 times without being taken by the “sharks” in the “Shark Zone”.  There must be 2 passes of each type (2 chest, 2 bounce, and 2 overhead).  They get 4 minutes to finish.

When the ball is caught by the “Shark” The people who through it are out and must jog a lap for 2 passes they did not make out of 10.

After the 4 minutes, or when all the balls are caught, pick new “Sharks” and Repeat.

 

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have all the students jog their laps that are remaining, (If there are students that have a high number of laps like 10 or higher knock it down to 8 or so depending on the time left for class.

After Laps are finished have students shoot around or practice passing and dribbling.

BASKETBALL DAY 8

OBJECTIVITY:  The student will show their skill level in passing a basketball

            TSWS an effort to increase their passing skills by participating in the lesson.

 

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation)

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION:

Have students jog 3 laps and then pair up into partners and practice passing (5 of each pass: chest, bounce, overhead).

ACTIVITY:

Number off the class into 3 groups, each group should have about 5-8 kids.  Give 2 balls for each group.  Set the group into a circle.

                X

      X                  X

  X                             X

      X                  X

                X

Each group must practice passing the ball to each other in a Star like pattern around the circle. (remember stepping towards the target and fallowing through the pass.)

The teacher calls out what type of pass to do, so if they call out Bounce the groups bounce pass until the teacher changes the call.

After the group has made 4-5 passes add another ball, Repeat until there are 4 to 5 balls (reasonable amount of balls due to the size of group and ability) (ALSO be sure they are truly comfortable with the passing.)

If the group is having a hard time

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Indian Run:

Line up the class on one side of the gym everyone except 2 students have a ball.  The two students without a ball jog past the line as the line passes the ball to the runner.  Each student in line will pass the ball in order one after another to the “Indian” who will run by and catch and pass back.  The orders of passes are as follows (Bounce, Chest, Overhead, Bounce, Chest, Overhead…).  After going through the line the next student will go, repeat until the whole class has finished ( This give the students time to review each pass and practice passing on the move.)

BASKETBALL DAY 9

OBJECTIVE: The student will show their skill level in basketball

            TSWS their increased ability in performing passes, dribbles, and shots     

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for 4 games. (check inflation)

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION:

Allow the students to warm up by shooting around for 3-5 minutes. 

The students should pair up and practice 10 passes of each pass (3 kinds).

Finally the students must dribble 2 laps (one it handed and one rt handed).

ACTIVITY:

Round-robin tournament, Separate class equally into teams of 3. 

Use the side half courts to maximize games. 

There should be about 10 teams, when the 8 playing teams are playing the last 2 teams will practice their referee skills, 2 refs per court, the teacher or an assistant may have to referee the last court.

The 4 courts will be used during the game, and the games are played to 11 pts (must win my 2). 

Game Rules:

Half court regulations, 3 pts count as 2, 2 points count as 1.  Call fouls, when fouled means gain the ball possession if not already.  After the shot you must take it back behind the 3 pt line to “Check” the ball with the other team.  Use out of bounds markings as a half court set up.  The ball MUST BE PASSES AT LEAST ONCE BEFORE A SHOT IS TAKEN, for farness.  Poor sportsmanship will not be tolerated and will result in a forfeit of the tournament and cost laps the entire class period.

Referees:

A pamphlet of High School Regulations and signals will be used, for fairness and the correct practice of calls.

BASKETBALL DAY 10

OBJECTIVITY:  The students will show their ability to follow direction.

                        TSWS their ability to enforce rules

                        TSWS their current level of skill in the basketball fundamentals.

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs for each student. (check inflation)

            Whistles for each student.

List of simple basketball rules and calls for each student.

 

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION

Have the students jog 5 laps around the gym.  As they are finishing their laps have them pick a paper with the general rules and referee calls listed on it.

Review the paper with the students stretching.

ACTIVITY:

Split the students into groups of 7 or 8 (5-6 if needed)

Set up a game of basketball (half court)

Each group should rotate to practice Refereeing, and playing

EX. Student 1, 2 and 3 are on a team. Student 4, 5 and 6 are on a team.  Student 7 and/or 8 are referees.  Each rotation goes in order ex. Team (student 2,3,4) Team (student 5, 6, 7) Referees (student 8,1) ect.

4 minute Intervals (To maintain safety and control of students)

Rotate until all students have gone through each place (Allowing 2 turns as referees)

Remind students if they have questions, Whistle and stop the game to ask.

All calls by the referees are to be called within 3 seconds of the call, practice correct hand motions and terms.

Rules: Must pass the ball 2 times before shooting the ball. 

No double dribble, no fouls, no traveling, use out of bounds lines, points are 3 pointers are 2 pts, 2 pointers are 1 pt.  Passing must be practices and shooting must be practiced.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have students sit and stretch while any questions about the rules and calls are asked.  Also allow a review of the sheet.  If needed set up examples and go over calls and rules as a visual review.

BASKETBALL DAY 11

Basketball testing (Physical Skill Test)

OBJECTIVITY:

The Student will show their ability to perform the fundamental basketball skills (dribbling, shooting and passing)

MATERIALS: Will need enough basketballs (check inflation)

  5 cones

One whistle for teacher. 

Note cards and pens for each student.

WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTION:

Tell class today is skills test day,

Allow Shooting around and passing and dribble practice. (time:10-15 min)

Allow them to ask questions or concerns before setting up the skill test.

Hand out note cards and have the students write on them:

NAME:_________________________

DRIBBLE:  LT: 0 - 1                        RT: 0 – 1

            Crossover:  Lt to RT: 0-1        RT to LT: 0 – 1

Shooting:   Shot A:  0 – 1

            Shot B:  0 – 1

            Shot C:  0 – 1

Passing:  Chest:  0 – 1           Bounce:  0 – 1                    Overhead:  0 – 1

Total:

ACTIVITY:

Set up 3 stations, each station allow the student s to practice the skill told to do at that station (Station 1-Passing, Station 2-Dribbleing, Station 3-Shooting)

Station 1-Have students pair up and demonstrate their passing on the move (Use half court side lines as start and end markers, each partner will pass while jogging down the side on the court and back, Down Chest pass, Back Bounce pass, Down Overhead pass.

Station 2-Each student will have to dribble around a set of cones using one hand.  They weave around 5 cones using the RT hand.  When they reach the end they Crossover from Rt to LT.  They then use their LT hand to come back through the 5 cones.  When they get back to the start the finish by crossing over again from Lt to RT.

Station 3-Each Student will have to show their shooting skills in 3 shots.  They can be any shot range as long as they shoot 3.  Each shot should maintain in the 2 pointer range and be at least 3 feet away from the basket. 

Each card that the students have will be marked as a pass = 1 pt circled, or a 0 = not pass.

The teacher or Teacher Aid must directly observe the skill, and mark the correct pt value.

CLOSING ACTIVITY:

Have the students add up their points and write the total on the card.  Hand in the card to the teacher (if any questions or doubts there may be a reasonable re-test option for on-2 skills If the student believes they can do better than they did during the test. (ONLY IF A SERIOUS NEED, SUCH AS A REALLY LOW SCORE OR MESS-UP)

BASKETBALL DAY 12

Basketball Referee Test (Written Test)

OBJECTIVITY: 

The Student will show their knowledge of the Rules and Regulations of the Game of Basketball.

MATERIALS:  Tests, Pens/pencils, a Classroom (Not a gym)  

ACTIVITY:

Test Below:

_______________________________________________________________________

Basketball Referee Written Test

Matching: match the term to the best definition (worth 2 pts each).

Blocking

The extra period(s) played after a regulation game ends tied; also called OT

Charging

One of the two officials in most international and high school basketball competition.

Field Goal

When passing the ball inbounds after gaining possession, players have five seconds to get the ball to a teammate.

Five-Second Violation

An unguarded attempt to score from a line 15 feet from the basket.

Foul

The use of a defender´s body position to prevent an opponent´s advance.

Free Throw

 

When the offensive team loses the ball to the defensive team for any reason.

Holding

An offensive foul that happens when an offensive player runs into a defender who has an established position.

Overtime

Using the hands to interfere with or limit an opponent's freedom of movement.

Personal Foul

 

No offensive player can be in the free-throw lane for longer than 3 seconds at a time.

Three-Second Rule

 

Taking more than one and a half steps without dribbling while you have the ball. It's also called traveling when you pick up your dribble and then move or change your pivot foot. Either way, you'll turn the ball over to the other team if you travel, so don't do it! (Also called Walking).

Timeout

Contact between players that gives one team an unfair advantage. Players cannot push, trip, hack, elbow, hold, restrain or charge an opponent. These are also counted as team fouls.

Traveling

 

When play is temporarily suspended by an official or at the request of a team to discuss strategy or respond to an injured player.

Turnover

 

A basket made while the ball is in play.

Referee

Actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations.

 

 

 

 Draw a Full Court (12 pts) and List the proper place for the vocabulary and actions listed below, on the picture you draw (2pts each).

  1. Foul Line                                              G. A base line
  2. Three Point Line                                    H. A side line
  3. A 2 Point Shot                                        I. Where the tip off takes place
  4. Both Baskets                                        J. the out of bounds area
  5. Half Court Line                                      K. Where a guard player plays
  6. The Paint (where 3 seconds are called)      L. Where a post player plays

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Short Answer (2pts each):

  1. How many players are on the court at one time? ___________________________
  2. How many players from the same team can be on the court at once? ___________
  3. If you playing Basketball and you out on the court, and the other team has the ball what are you on, Offence or Defenses? ___________________________________

 

EVALUATION:

ATTENDANCE ---> 20%

            Attendance is taken daily by the teacher during warm-up.  Each day missed is 2% taken off the total of 20%.

PARTISIPATION ---> 40%

            This is decided by the teacher.  If a student is no participating and has been asked to participate, there will be a second asking to participate with a warning that their grade may be affected if they do not participate, Each day that a student severally does not participate 4% will be taken off.

Test-Skills ---> 20%

            The skills test may be worth a total of 8 pts but it will be used as an evaluation of the student’s ability to learn kinesthetically.

Written-Test ---> 20%

             The written test may be worth 60 pts but the ability to learn rules and regulations academically will be worth the 20% of the grade.

 

 

 

 

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