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NAME: Kevin Mallon

TIME: 11:40-12:20
FACILITIES: Gymnasium

DATE TAUGHT: 1/9/15


CLASS SIZE: 21
LESSON #: 1 and 2

SCHOOL: Rebecca Johnson Elementary School


GRADE LEVEL: 2-3

EQUIPMENT NEEDS (#):


21 basketballs
30 hot spots
Music player
25 cones
36 number hot spots
21 matching cards
LESSON FOCUS: Hand Dribbling
NATIONAL (NASPE) STANDARDS:
1. Demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns
4. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others

UNIT: Basketball

Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks:


2.1 Apply movement concepts including direction, balance, level (high, low), pathway (straight, curve, zigzag), range (expansive, narrow), and force absorption (rigid,
with bent knees) to extend versatility and improve physical performance
2.2 Use a variety of manipulative (throwing, catching, striking), locomotor (walking, running, skipping, hopping, galloping, sliding, jumping, leaping), and nonlocomotor (twisting, balancing, extending) skills as individuals and in teams
2.7 Demonstrate responsible personal and social conduct used in physical activity settings
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: By the end of this lesson, the students should be able to:
1. (P) Demonstrate the correct way to dribble a ball while traveling at different speeds and dodging obstacles without losing control
2. (C) Identify all the skills cues associated with hand dribbling when asked by the teacher at the end of the lesson
3. (A) Respect themselves, classmates, and equipment throughout the entire lesson by following all of the class rules

TEACHER PERFORMANCE GOALS: During the lesson the teacher will:


1. Demonstrate activities from multiple angles to allow the students to process the skill better
2. Give out both corrective and positive specific feedback to all students throughout the lesson
REFERENCES:
Elementary Physical Education Teaching & Assessment, Hopple, Pg. 188
National Standards & Grade Level Outcomes for Physical Education, pages 29,36

TIME

SEQUENCE OF LESSON

ORGANIZATION

0-2:00

Introduction
Students will enter the gymnasium and line up on
the green line to have a seat
Teacher will introduce himself as Mr. Mallon or Mr.
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Teacher will review the classroom rules and signals
since its been a couple of weeks since the students
have had PE class
Signals: Go Signal = Ready Go; Stop Signal =
Whistle Blow, Stop, Look, Listen, Shhhh, ball at
your feet

2:00-6:00

6:00-7:00

Instant Activity
Teacher will split the class in half by counting them
off
One group will do the Fitness Walk, which consists
of the students walking around the perimeter of the
gym along the green line. Students may not run.
The other half will work on their hand dribbling skills
by doing the Number Dribble. This activity has the
students find a ball, which is placed on top of a
number. Whatever the number is the students must
dribble their ball that many times. Once they
complete that number they then must find the
number that comes after the number they just did.
Highest number is 36. If students get past 36 they
will return to the number 1.
Groups will rotate after 2 minutes.
Checking for Understanding: teacher will ask
students what theyre supposed to do when they
finish with their number.
Teacher Positioning: teacher will be moving
throughout the gym giving out feedback
Transition
Teacher will moves students in small groups, by
their team colors of to the days meeting place in

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Teacher will be moving around the gym

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Students will balls will leave them where they are

Informing
Teacher will pick a student Star of the Day to help
with demonstrations and collecting equipment
Teacher will also take attendance
Teacher will now review skill cues of hand dribbling
with the class. Have Star Student of the Day dribble
in front of the class if he or she would like to and
ask the class what he or she is doing right.
Skill Cues:
o Head/eyes up
o Ball bounce to waist level
o Use fingerpads
o Use one hand
o Bend knees
Teacher Positioning: teacher will be in front of the
whiteboard facing the class
Checking for Understanding: teacher will ask
students the recite the skill cues for hand dribbling
Activity #1: Dribble Down and Back
Cones will be spread out along the baseline
indicating lines
At each students seat there will be a card. After they
look at their card they must find their classmate with
the match and take a seat behind a cone
Each pair will have one basketball each. On the
teachers go signal one partner will dribble down
using their dominant to the opposite baseline and
back. They will hand their basketball off to their
partner and he or she will then do the same. Next
students will use their non-dominant hand. And
lastly, the students will use the V dribble
(crossover). Teacher will indicate when the students
should crossover by using cones as markers.
Activity will be demonstrated by teacher
Teacher Positioning: teacher will be along the
green line closet to the office observing the students
Checking for Understanding: ask students when

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Assessment (SPO #1): teacher will observe
students to see if they are able to dribble at different
speeds and dodge obstacles without losing control

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Transition
Students will sit down at the cone they are
positioned at
Activity #2: Music Dribbling
In this activity each student will have their own ball
to dribble
Hot spots will be spread out all across the
gymnasium floor
When the teacher begins playing music students
will dribble around the gymnasium. When the music
stops they must dribble over to a hot spot and stand
on it.
Once music begins playing again students will
dribble off their hot spot and continue around the
gymnasium
Extension: to avoid students hovering around hot
spots teacher can designate a certain area where
students can dribble that is far away from the hot
spots
Extension: teacher can also have make rule that
students can only go to hot spot that corresponds
with the color of their ball
Extension: students can only use their nondominant hand or the V dribble
Demonstration: Activity will be demonstrated by
student and teacher
Teacher Positioning: teacher will be over by the
stereo controlling the music and observing students
skill levels
Checking for Understanding: ask students what
theyre to do when the music stops/starts.
Assessment (SPO #1): teacher will observe
students to see if they are able to dribble at different
speeds and dodge obstacles without losing control

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Transition
Students will leave their balls at their spot and walk
over back to the meeting place and have a seat in
the team lines
Students will be moved by their squad lines
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Closure
Teacher Positioning: teacher will be in front of the
whiteboard facing the class
Assessment (SPO 2,3)
1. What are the skill cues for hand dribbling?
a. Eyes/head up
b. Waist level
c. Knees bent
d. Use fingerpads
2. Was everyone able to follow all of the class
rules today?
a. Yes I respected others and the
equipment and came prepared with
my sneakers
Teacher will now use the grade book to give
students a grade of 1 through 5 based on their
behavior. 5 being the best.

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Transition
Students will be moved by their team lines and line
up on the green line to wait for their teacher

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