Week 31: Ball Handling – Dribbling & Shooting with Hands

 

LEVEL

UNIT

WEEK 31 Ball Handling – Dribbling & Shooting with Hands

EQUIPMENT

Kindergarten Games Dribbling and Shooting with Hands Playground Balls, Cones, Spots, music & player

 

SHAPE Elementary School GLOs:

    • Standard 1. The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.
      • Combines traveling with the manipulative skills of dribbling, throwing,catching and striking in teacher practice task environments. (S1.E26.K)
    • Standard 2. The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles,strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
      • Uses movement concepts in conjunction with sport skills; (change of direction w/dribbling, Looking for open spaces while traveling, etc.) (S2.E5.K)
    • Standard 3. The physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.
      • Actively participates in physical education class. (S3.E2.K)
      • Participates in cool down and stretching activities during class. (S3.E4.K)
      • Identifies active-play opportunities outside of physical education class. (S3.E1.K)
    • Standard 4. The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
      • Follows directions in group settings (e.g. safe behaviours, following rules, taking turns). (S4.E1.K)
      • Acknowledges responsibility for behaviour when prompted. (S4.E2.K)
      • Follows instruction/directions when prompted. (S4.E3.K)
      • Shares equipment and space with others. (S4.E4.K)
      • Recognizes the established protocols for class activities. (S4.E5.K)
      • Follows teacher directions for safe participation and proper use of equipment with minimal reminders. (S4.E6.K)
    • Standard 5. The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.
      • Works safely and cooperatively with others in the class. (S5.E4.K)

Expected Outcomes:

The Student will be able to:

Psychomotor

  1. Students will dribble and shoot safely.
  2. Students will Look where they are moving to and for other players as they play and shoot the ball.
  3. Students will Shoot the ball through the hoop from different distances.

Cognitive

  1. discuss the similarities between dribbling with feet and hands.
  2. discuss the similarities between throwing at the target and shooting.

Affective

  1. Have Fun
  2. play safely and cooperatively with the students shooting at the hoops.

 

ACTIVITY

TIME

PROCEDURE WITH TRANSITIONS, MODIFICATIONS AND ACCOMMODATIONS

Teaching Tips, Assessments & Differentiation Strategies

Entrance Routine 1< min Have the cones spread around the space inside the boundaries before the students arrive, if possible.
Transition 1 < min Welcome, get a ball and stand in an own space. If the space is not preset ask the students to get a ball and a cone to set up in own space.
Part 1 Warm Up Review 5­‐10 min Safety

Traffic Lights

  • Teacher or Traffic light stands at one end of the court while all the players line up on the other end. Every player has a ball.
  • The object of the game is to be the first player to dribble the ball up the court and cross the finish line.
  • Players have to dribble to advance up the floor. Teacher/Traffic Light stands on the baseline and holds up either a red, green, or yellow piece of paper, cone or spot.  No verbal commands for this game!
  • Players learn to keep their eyes up while they’re dribbling because they have to see the colors to know what to do. If they perform the wrong dribble, they must go back to the beginning.
    • Red = STOP = Put ball between your two feet (or Control Dribble in own space in first and second grade.)
    • Yellow = Slow Down = Backward or sideways dribble
    • Green = GO = Speed Dribble
Transition 1 < min Keep your ball and put the cones back around the boundaries. Stand near one of the hoops hanging from the basketball nets.  There will be (x#) of you at each hoop. Teaching Tip:

  • Have targets hanging from the hoops or clipped to a fence. Set the height of the hoop so that the students are shooting the ball upward.
  • X#: To determine how many students at each hoop, divide the students between the number of hoops you are able to put up
Part 2 New Skill 10­‐20 min Shooting the ball into a hoop or target.

AT: Throw your ball at the hoop, trying to get it to go through the hoop.

  • Remember to look before you shoot the ball to make sure no one is in front of the hoop.
  • Verbally Review the points to throwing the ball to the wall as the students shoot the ball through the hoop.
  • After a few minutes of reviewing throwing to a target move onto part 3
Assessment Tips:

Discuss the similarities between shooting a ball at a hoop and throwing the ball to the wall.

Give your students a chance to discuss this with a partner, or the people at their hoop.

Transition 1 < min Keep your ball and find an own space.
Part 3 Practice 5­‐15 min Traffic Lights w/Shooting

  • Teacher or Traffic light stands at one end of the court while all the players line up on the other end. Every player has a ball.
  • The object of the game is to be the first player to dribble the ball up the court and shoot the ball through the hoop at the finish line.
  • Players have to dribble to advance up the floor. Teacher/Traffic Light stands on the baseline and holds up either a red, green, or yellow piece of paper, cone or spot.  No verbal commands for this game!
  • If they perform the wrong dribble or miss the shot, they must go back to the beginning.
    • Red = STOP = put ball between your two feet
    • Yellow = Slow Down = Backward or sideways dribble
    • Green = GO = Speed Dribble

Musical Dribble & Shoot Mardi Gras Travel/Stop mp3

When the music begins, start dribbling and traveling.  As you get close to a target/Hoop, make sure your path is clear and take a shot at the hoop.  if you make it, keep the point and dribble to another target.  If you miss, retrieve the ball and shoot again, until you make it.  Be sure to take a shot at all the hoops before repeating hoops.  When the music stops, freeze, with the ball between your two feet.

Transition 1 < min Put away your ball and get a mat that matches the color of the ball.  Put the mat in an own space for stretches.
Part  4 Cool Down 5 min Cool Down

Choose 3 stretches to do with the class.

Review

  1. How is dribbling with your hands like dribbling with your feet?
  2. How is shooting the ball like throwing it to the wall?

Closure/Taking it Home

Make up a game to play at home that uses throwing at or in a target to score?  it can be a smaller object or ball and a smaller target.  play it with someone at home and tell us about it next time!

Media

Mardi Gras Travel/Stop mp3

Additional Part 1 Activities

Dribble Tip Over

Scatter cones all over the gym floor. On signal students dribble around in the boundaries using the hand they are not using to dribble, tipping or set up cones.  After the cones are all knocked down, the game changes to picking them up!

Variations:

  • Have the students change hands they are dribbling with each time they knock down a cone.
  • Have two groups of students each with different jobs, picking up or tipping down cones.

Additional Part 3 Activities:

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