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PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSON PLAN

Activity: LEVEL # 3 WEEK # 17

GRADE LEVEL & NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 5th, 27
TIME: 30 mins

EQUIPMENT: cones, basketballs, and pinnies

OBJECTIVES:
The Student will be able to:
1. learn the basic rules of basketball.
2. participate in self-directed manner in basketball drills.
3. Work with teammates in basketball lead up games.

CALIFORNIA PE STANDARDS:
Introductory Activity: 5.4 Act in a safe and healthy manner when confronted with negative peer
pressure during physical activity.
Fitness Activity:
3.1 Demonstrate how to warm up muscles and joints before running, jumping, kicking, throwing, and
striking.
3.7 Sustain continuous movement for an increasing period of time while participating in moderate to
vigorous physical activities.
Lesson Focus: 1.16 Pass a ball back and forth with a partner, using a chest pass and bounce pass.
Game: 1.14 Dribble a ball (by hand or foot) while preventing another person from stealing the ball.

PART 1: INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITY (2-3 mins):
Activity Teaching Hints
Students acquire a basketball or playground ball Alternate right and left hands while dribbling.
and begin dribbling around the area. On signal,
they stop and pivot. On the command “go,” they
begin dribbling. change the pivot foot every other time.

PART 2: FITNESS DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY (8-12 mins):
Activity Teaching Hints
Jumping Jack variations (25 seconds)
Lunge variations (25 seconds) Demonstrate the exercises first.
Directional Runs (25 seconds)
Bounce with Body Twist (25 seconds) Take 6-10 seconds to complete a resistance
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exercise.
Walk, stretch and relax for a minute or two.

PART 3: LESSON FOCUS (15-20 mins):
Activity Teaching Hints
SKILLS: Fingers spread with thumbs behind the ball.
1. Chest (or Two-Hand) Pass
For the chest, or two-hand pass, one foot is ahead Step forward, extend arms, and rotate hands
of the other, with the knees flexed slightly. The slightly inward.
ball is released at chest level, with the fingers
spread on each side of the ball. The elbows Throw at chest level to the receiver.
remain cool
Spread the fingers and catch with the fingertips.

Release the ball off the fingertips.

PART 4: GAME ACTIVITY (5 mins):
Activity Teaching Hints
Flag Dribble Blow the whistle when a player is eliminated.
Supplies : A junior basketball and a flag for each
player.
Skill: Dribbling
The object is to eliminate other players and avoid
being eliminated. Players are eliminated if they
lose control of the ball, if their flag is pulled, or if
they go out of bounds. Keeping control of the ball
by dribbling is interpreted to mean continuous
dribbling without missing a bounce. A double
dribble (both hands) is regarded as a loss of
control.

Start the game with players scattered around the
area near the sidelines. Each has a ball, and all the
flags tucked in the back of their belts. On signal,
all players begin to dribble in the area. While
keeping control of the dribble and staying in
bounds , they attempt to pull a flag from any
other player’s back. When players lose control,
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they move to the perimeter of the area and
practice their dribbling skills. As soon as the game
is down to a few players, start the game over.
Sometimes two players lose control of their
basketball at the same time. In this case, both are
eliminated.

Variations:
1. If using flags is impractical, the game can
be played without this feature. The
objective then becomes to knock aside or
deflect the other basketballs while
retaining control of one’s own ball.
2. Flag Dribble can be played with teams or
squads. In this case, each squad or team is
clearly marked.

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