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Lesson Year: 8 Group: Total No.

: M: F:
Subject: Basketball
1 Lesson: Passing and Receiving Ability: Period:
SEN:
Duration: w/c
Objectives: To be able to perform other types of passes (shoulder and overhead). To clearly understand and know how to perform these passes, why these passes
are used, and where they are used in the game of Basketball. To understand the rule of traveling in Basketball e.g. That you cannot take two or more steps
before releasing the ball for a pass or shot
Activity Description Objectives Teaching Points Differentiation
Warm Up The pupils perform shuttles to To understand and know the benefits - Run hard and efficient Ask students how they could make
the top of the key, half way, of a warm-up prior to exercise e.g. To - Touch line with hard warm up easy / harder / intense
and back-line raise HR. To warm muscles up which
will
Pair Students arranged in a circle. To understand the importance of Hold stretches for 8 seconds. Get pupils to show stretches for
Stretching Teacher leads through series of stretching at the start of the session. No bouncing. certain muscles used within
stretches and questions students To know the names of major muscles. Basketball
as to what muscles we were To carry out in pairs correct stretching
stretching. routines safely.
Passing and 1. Pupils pass the ball against To be able to perform other types of Chest pass hold ball with fingertips Increase accuracy
Receiving the wall passes (shoulder and overhead) and thumbs behind ball, wrists cocked Perform chest bounce and
To clearly understand and know how slightly. Ball at chest with elbow to shoulder pass against wall
2. In pairs 5 10 m apart use to perform these passes, why these sides, flick ball from hands Add defender in to the passes
the different types of long passes are used, and where they are Bounce ONLY ONE BOUNCE Pupils evaluate performances and
passes. used in the game of Basketball. - same as the chest but the ball travels techniques
3. In 3s, pass ball along line up To understand the rule of travelling in down bouncing 1 m in front of partner No dribbling
the court using correct Basketball e.g. That you cannot take Shoulder balls on fingertips with Start again if travel with ball
movement, stopping and two or more steps before releasing the elbow at right angles to body. The
pivoting techniques. ball for a pass or shot hand is behind the ball .
4. Pass and follow The opposite foot forward with hand Add defender in to the passes,
and transfer weight forward whether they are stationary, active or
- Extend arm forward releasing ball semi active
5. 2 v 1 Piggy-in-middle - off fingers Play 2 v 2 possession game
Using any pass to keep
possession - no dribbling
allowed

Game 6. 3 v 1 3 v 2 dribbling To incorporated all previously - They can use any type of method Every player must touch the ball
allowed -1 pupil REF learnt skills into small sided within the rules to advance. before they can shoot and score
- Pupils must use space games. - They cannot go out of court in No dribbling
To understand and know how to contact with the ball. Can only take two steps with ball
perform these skills and the laws - No contact allowed
and regulations of these in
Basketball.
To learn how to play Basketball
under a competitive environment

Cool Down Walk around every line on the To understand why you Cool Down - Gentle walking speed. Ask pupils questions why a Cool
Basketball Court and do rhythmical movement after - Take in deep breaths down is essential after exercise
exercise - Keep upright
Equipment

ICT Assessment Citizenship Peer Evaluation Literacy Numeracy Pupil planning


Analysis of perf. Evaluation Feedback Q&A Mathematics Art English Science Technology
Comments / Notes:

Improvements:

HEALTH AND SAFETY THROUGHOUT THIS LESSON

Gum-shields can be worn. - Instruct tell pupils that there must be NO CONTACT ALLOWED
- Always - check the working areas and equipment used with the session is safe to use - Stretch muscles thoroughly when stretching
- Clearly instruct that the pupils must keep their heads up and eyes open at all times. - Space group out when dribbling

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS FOR LESSON, SCHEME AND PLANNING DEVELOPMENT


Lesson Scheme Development