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Name:Deng Ateam

Content/Unit: Basketball lesson plan: free-throw Shooting, Passing


Grade Level: 10
Bridge-in:
Start the class by watching the greatest NBA plays of all time on YouTube. In this unit the
students will learn about the rules and terms of basketball, proper passing and shooting
technique, strategies for game play, and will need use their Ipad to download the QR reader, QR
reader will show them video proper way of passing also shooting. Also Students will learn how
to work together as a team. This unit will also require physical fitness through warm-up and in
game play. Hopefully, the students will learn that there are fun and enjoyable ways to get active
in their life. This unit will also promote social development and interaction with the other
students. The students should show a positive behavior and encourage other classmate to do their
best. The physical and social aspects will promote confidence, self-esteem, and also discover
their strengths and weaknesses.
Objective:
The student will be able to:

Know the basic basketball rules


Successfully shoot 5 free throws, from the free throw line, using shooting techniques
theyve learned.
Hold your follow through.

Bend your knees.

Explain the brief history of basketball when asked.


To work together as a team and be respectful to others

Pre-assessment:
Survey:

Have you had any experience with basketball?


Please Explain.
Rate you experience level. 1 = beginner and 10 = pro

10

1. What is your physical fitness level? 1=not active and 10= athlete
1

10

2. What would you want to work on in this basketball unit?


Participatory Learning:
In groups of two, you are going to assess one anothers SHOOTING AND PASSING. Place a
check mark in the YES box for each part of the skill that your partner does correctly or a check
mark in the NOT YET box if they do not do that part of the skill correctly.
Free-throw Set Shot

Player
1
Yes

Cues:

Player
2
Yes

Not
Yet

Not
Yet

1. Knees Flexed
2. Shooting hand behind the ball(Not both
hands)
3. Extend elbow and legs
4. Follow through with index finger
pointing at basket
BOUNCE PASS

PLAYER
1
Yes

CUES:

Not
Yet

PLAYER
2
Yes

Not
Yet

1. HOLD BALL IN TRIPLE THREAT POSITION


2. STEP IN DIRECTION OF PASS
3. PUSH BALL OUT AND EXTEND ARM DOWN
TO GROUND
4. SNAP WRIST

CHEST PASS
CUES:
1. HOLD BALL IN TRIPLE THREAT
POSITION
2. STEP IN DIRECTION OF PASS
3. PUSH BALL OUT AND EXTEND
ARMS
4. SNAP WRIST
5. BALL IS PASSED TO RECEIVERS
CHEST

PLAYER1
Yes

Not Yet

PLAYER 2
Yes
NOT YET

Post-assessment:

Basketball quiz: worth 5 points


1) How many players are on the court at all times?
a) 4
b) 10
c) 5
2) What is the term when a player dribbles and stops, but then dribbles again?
a) Travelling
b) Foul
c) Double dribble
3) A made free-throw attempt is worth 2 points.
a) True
b) False

4) Who founded the game of basketball?


a) Michael Jordan
b) James Naismith
c) Wilma Rudolf
d) Michael Jackson
5) What is it called when a player scores a point?
A) Goal
B) Touchdown
C) Home-run
D) A Basket
Ask them:

What did you like about this unit?


What did you not like about this unit?
What would you change?

Answer sheet for Quiz:


1) C

3) A

2) C

4) B

5) D

Summary:

At the end of the lesson plan I would ask the student did they enjoy their time. Also review the
questions at the end of the post-assessment to see what the students enjoyed and what they would
change. I think it might be important to know what the students liked and disliked in the unit
because it is what they like not necessarily what the teacher would prefer. At the end of the day
we want our students to enjoy their time being active and playing basketball!