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Daily Student Participation and Classwork...
Motivational Video
4th Grader Jaden Newman
Benefits of Basketball
• Basketball develops physical fitness, as many sports do.
• Basketball simultaneously develops speed, hand-eye coordination and cardiovascular endurance
• Moving quickly back and forth across the court develops lower-body fitness, while shooting, defending and passing develop upper-body fitness.
• Basketball is a great cardiorespiratory endurance sport
• Participating in basketball works on fine motor development as well

Common Injuries
• Knees
• Ankles
• Shoulders
• Finger

National Standards
The game of basketball will meet the National Standards of Physical Education and the Standards for California Physical Education.

Standard 1
Standard 2
Standard 3
Standard 4
Standard 5
State Standards
Basketball skills and the game of basketball focus on many aspects of the California State Standards.

Standard 1
Standard 2
Standard 3
Standard 5
Behavior Management
Discipline System
Discipline System:
1st Time Offense – private conference with the student
2nd Time Offense – time out in a designated place
• The student will need to tell the teacher when they are ready to return and participate in class. If the student chooses to not participate in class for the remainder of the period, the student and teacher will talk after class. And the class will need to be made up.
3rd Time Offense – time out for the remainder of the class, date and description of incident.
Repeated Disruptions – call to parents
Severe Disruption – send to the office
All school wide rules are followed in PE and dealt with in accordance with our school wide discipline plan. Example: gum, hats, etc.

Rules for Physical Education
• STRIVE to do your best
• RESPECT ourselves, each other and equipment

Behavior Management: Teacher and Student Expectations:
• We will be ready to go from “bell to bell”
• We focus on desired outcomes
• We strive for personal improvement
• We demonstrate “modeled” behavior
• Our transitions will be efficient and quick

Dress Out Requirements

Dress Out Requirements
All students wear a uniform consisting of athletic shoes, socks, PE shirt and shorts.
• PE uniform attire must be worn by all students’ daily, regardless of active participation or not.
• Proper athletic shoes and socks must be worn. No open-toe shoes, slip-ons, or boots.
PE loaners are available in the locker room office when students forget their PE uniform.

Medical Modifications

Students will be excused from PE for up to 3 days with a note from the parental guardian.
• After 3 days a doctor’s note is required.
• REMBER, all students must dress daily for PE.

Absences/Excuses/Make-up Procedures
Excused and unexcused participation days will and can be made up…
• 2 Make up days allowed based on sports activity.

• Power point
• Prezi
• Web quest will be designed to promote out of class research
• Internet use for research and writing on basketball
• Pedometers

Yearly Scope & Sequence

Aug 15- Oct. 1- SOCCER
Oct. 2 - Nov.15 - FRISBEE
Nov. 15 - Dec.19 - HOCKEY
Jan. 10 - Feb. 14 - BASKETBALL
Feb. 15 - April 1 - VOLLEYBALL
April 2 - May 15 - TRACK
May 16 - June 14 - PICKLEBALL

Basketball Scope & Sequence

1. Passing, Catching; Chest Pass and Bounce Pass
2. Dribbling
3. Shooting
4. Rebounding & Boxing Out
5. Rules and Combined Skills
6. Defense & Footwork Skills
7. Layups
8. Stations: Dribbling, Passing, Footwork
9. Dribble skills & Sideline Basketball
10. Basket Snatch Ball
11. Defensive
12. Different Shots & Free Throw Routine
13. Exam & Skill Testing
14. Team Play
15. Team Games

Week 1:
Warm –Up
Medicine Ball Exercises with a basketball

Fitness, Group


Psychomotor Objectives:
TSWBAT dribble the basketball for 30 consecutive seconds.
Affective Objectives:
TSWBAT describe 2 benefits of dribbling a basketball.
Cognitive Objectives:
TSWBAT explain to a partner the proper form and technique for dribbling a basketball.

Closing with a stretch

Stretch and discussion

Warm- Up

Jump Rope Exercises


Ball Handling Drills



Psychomotor Objectives:
TSWBAT demonstrate 3 out of 5 layup skills of the reciprocal task sheet.
Affective Objectives:
TSWBAT cheer their group members and complement each member 1 or more layup task they performed well from the reciprocal task sheet.
Cognitive Objectives:
TSWBAT recall the 5 skills of a layup, by a show of formative assessment of “thumbs up or down”, while participating in the closing stretches.

Stretch and discuss

Week 3

Stationary Ball Handling Skills

• Nine-Station

• Free throws

Psychomotor Objectives:
TSWBAT demonstrate the proper form and technique for shooting a basketball 3/5 times during the set shot drill.
Affective Objectives:
TSWBAT high five, 3 students who make a nice shot and explain to them what the aspect of the shooters shot the student appreciated.
Cognitive Objectives:
TWBAT verbally recall 2 types of shots to a teammate and explain to a partner why they prefer one of the types of shots instead the other shots.

Stretch and discuss

Reciprocal task sheet
Final Grading
Basketball Fitness. (2014, January). In http://www.fitnesshealth101.com/fitness/general/sports/basketball. Retrieved December 27, 2014, from google.

iRubric. (2011). In Rcampus. Retrieved November 13, 2014, from google.

Darst, P. W., Pangrazi, R. P., Sariscsany, M. J., & Brusseau, T. A. (2012). Dynamic Physical Education for Secondary School Students, (7th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Pearson Benjamin Cummings.

Pangrazi, R. P. (2004). Dynamic Physical Education For Elementary School Children (14th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Pearson Benjamin Cummings.

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