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Springfield College Daily Lesson Plan

Name: Nick Ambrogio


Date: 12/4/14 Time: 8:54 - 10:18
School: ELHS
Lesson #: 3 of 4
Facilities: Small Gym
Class Size: 28
Grade: 11
Unit/Theme: Basketball
Generic Level: Utlization
Equipment: 7 Basketballs
Focus of Lesson: Offensive Plays
Student Performance Objectives (SPO): (National #
; MA CF #
;
Task/Activity #
)
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

(P) Create 3 offensive plays within group of four that can be successfully used
during game play (S1, H2, L1, MA CF: 2.17, Task 2)
(C) Understand the importance of the pick and other offensive strategies when
questioned during the conclusion (S2, H2, L2, MA CF: 2.17, Conclusion)
(A) Cooperate and be an active member of your group by participating when
creating the offenses. (S4, H3, L2, MA CF: 2.26, Entire Lesson)
Check each objective is it specific? Is it achievable? Is it developmentally
appropriate?
Teacher Performance Objectives During the lesson the teacher will:.
Keeping students active throughout entire lesson
Projecting Voice
Less use of the word ummm
Special Considerations What are the safety concerns? What is unique about the
students in this class?
There is only 2 basketball hoop, will need to keep groups that arent in game play,
active.
References: http://www.akcoach.com/easyplays.html , http://www.jesbasketball.com/animated/poffensemotionoverloadmotion.html
TIME

SEQUENCE OF LESSON

ORGANIZATION

9:00 9:02

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Informing:
T
Checking for Understanding questions
Why do we use offensive plays in basketball?
(So that the defense cant predict what offenses
strategy is to score)
What is one example of how to get open on offense
in basketball?
(Pick, cut to basket, cut to the outside)

X = offense
O = defense

Demonstration
9:02 9:07

Teacher will have 4 students demonstrate a pick


a pick is a blocking move by an offensive player, by
standing beside or behind a defender to free a
teammate

Xo
O
X
O

on ball pick
SETS PICK
2 on offense
2 on defense
1 student sets pick for student who has ball, student
with ball goes around pick

Xo
O
XO

off ball pick


6 students
3 on offense
3 on defense
one student on offense without the ball will set a pick
for the other teammate without the ball
the teammate who the pick is being set for will go
around and get the pass from teammate with ball
Explain how students will use picks to get open in
game of keep away.
Transition: Break the students up into 6 groups
based on the assigned groups One student from

Xo
O
XO

OX

SETS PICK
Xo
O
XOXO

group 1, 3, and 5 will pick up a basketball that will be


outside activity area

X on left goes around

Task 1: keep away


9:07 9:08

students will get into teams of 4 or 5 and pass


basketball around to teammates keeping it away from
defense. Every 5 consecutive successful passes are
a point. Students need to use at least one pick for
point to be awarded.

XO

XO
XO

chest pass, bounce pass, overhead pass are all legal.


XoO
9:08 9:20

XO

student will move around by dribbling, no traveling, no


double dribble
Transition: Students will stay in same groups and
find a section on the court
Task 2
Each group will create three of their own basketball
offenses and practice them within their group.

Transition: teams 1,2,3,4 prepare to play, teams


5,6,7 prepare for sport ed jobs (referee, statistician,
trainer, coach)
9:20 9:21

9:21 9:36

9:36 9:37

Game play
tournament:
Sport Model Ed
Each team will have a job assigned for each player
Transition: student put basketballs back where they
picked them up from and line up against the wall
Conclusion

Hoop

What is the purpose of a pick?

T1 vs T2

REF

T3 vs T4

What did you focus on while creating your offenses?


REFs

9:37 -

Hoop

10:07
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10:07 10:10