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Pass It Off
This lesson will allow students to practice passing, dribbling, and bouncing skills using basketballs
Grade Level: 3 - 5th
Length of Time: 20 - 30 Minutes
Objectives & Outcomes
The learners will work on skills related to basketball.
- Tape for floor
Opening to Lesson
- Begin by telling students that they are going to practice skills associated with basketball.
- Demonstrate how to properly dribble, pass the basketball, and bounce the ball to someone else.
Body of Lesson
- Explain to students that you will call out a direction for them to complete and then pass or bounce it to a partner.
- Begin by pairing off students and giving each pair one basketball. Have one partner on one side or the gym/room behind a tape line and one on the other side.
- Start simple by having the partner with the ball dribble for a three count and then bounce the ball to a partner, have the partner do the same.
- Continue to change the orders to challenge students (dribble the pass without the ball bouncing, dribble for a five count without stopping and then pass the ball but let it bounce twice before it gets to the partner, etc.)
- Allow students to take turns trying to shoot baskets.
Assessment & Evaluation
Students will practice skills related to basketball such as dribbling, bouncing, and passing with a partner. Evaluation will be based on participation and the ability to attempt and improve on the necessary skills.
Modification & Differentiation
Allow students to practice as possible based on abilities.
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