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Tchoukball Unit

Kerry Friesen
April 18-21
Tuesday Lesson Plan
Time Pre-Class
20min Activating Teach Rules and Terminology
on the word wall

25min Acquiring Throwing and Catching Drills

10min Applying Full Court Gameplay

Assessment SA P
Thursday Lesson Plan
Time Pre-Class
15min Activating Review Throwing and Catching Drills

45min Acquiring Gameplay Tournament Round Robin Timed


Games
- Applying
Assessment Self-Assessment - Skills
Friday Lesson Plan
Time Pre-Class
5min Activating Review Rules
50min Acquiring Game Play Tournament Playoffs

Applying
5min Assessment Self-Assessment Skills
Exit Slip Knowledge
- (List the rules of 3s)
Objective and Scoring
The Objective of the game is for the team with possession of the ball to
throw the ball at the rebound surface and hit the floor outside of the
forbidden zone.

A player must bounce the ball off the rebound surface so that it hits the
floor outside of the forbidden zone. (if the ball hits the frame no point is
awarded apply penatly rules)
Every time the ball hits the ground outside of the forbidden zone, it counts
as one point for the throwing or attacking team.

The objective of the defensive team is to try and catch the ball after it hits
the rebound, and before it hits the floor.
Rules (Rule of 3s)
Each team may shoot the ball at either rebound, throws must be from
an inbounds position and behind the base line.
Illegal to intercept a pass from the other team.
Max 3 passes before a shot.
Max 3 steps by a player with the ball.
Max 3 seconds with the ball.
Max 3 throws at one tchouk, before attacking the opposite rebound.
Max 3 seconds in the forbidden zone after jumping and throwing the
ball.
The Forbidden Zone
Gameplay
On full size courts 132 x 66ft, teams will have 9 players per team.
On half size courts 66 x 36ft, teams will have 7 players per team.
In Mens gameplay games will consist of 3x15min periods.
In Womens or Co-ed gameplay, games will consist of 3x12min
periods.
Players are not allowed to interfere with players on the other team:
Intercepting passes, a player moving with the ball, a defender trying to catch
the ball,
Penalties
Taking more than 3 steps
Making a fourth pass
Contacting the floor out of bounds or in the forbidden zone while
possessing the ball
A player drops the ball when passed to them or accidently catches a pass
from the other team
Catching the ball after it is thrown of the rebound by a teammate
Blocking an opponent with possession of the ball from moving or freely
passing

After a penalty, the ball is given to the other team and the game is
continued from that spot with a pass.
Skill Development
Skill Development
Strategies
Offensive
Using angles when throwing to find open space
Pass width wise across the forbidden zone to shift the receiving teams
positions
Take advantage of both rebounds by spacing players throughout the court and
moving the ball, where the opposing team has fewer players.
Defensive
Position players in receptive angles to the angle of the throwing
Players near the forbidden zone, have low stances
Different depths of players ready to catch the ball.
Word Wall Terminology
Rebound
Forbidden Zone
The Rule of 3s

https://www.jmu.edu/kinesiology/hpainstitute/documents/Tchoukba
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SLOs - Senior 2
K.1.S2.A.1 - Analyze own level of performance of selected movement skills according to proper form/ technique (e.g., use peer-coaching or video tape to analyze tennis serve for placement
of toss, preparatory swing, transfer of weight, contact point, and follow- through...)

K.1.S2.B.2 - Explain biomechanical principles (i.e., force, motion) for the improvement of specific movement skills in a physical activity selected by self or others (e.g., keep your head down in
a golf swing, lean into the wind to reduce air resistance while cycling, rotate trunk and hips forward in batting...)

K.1.S2.B.3 - Analyze movement concepts related to strategies for individual physical activities (e.g., body awareness in weight training for strength, body awareness in going up an incline in
cross-country skiing...)

K.1.S2.C.1 - Demonstrate an understanding of rules (i.e., safety rules, game rules, etiquette, officiating signals) associated with selected sports while participating and/or officiating

K.1.S2.C.2 - Apply the terminology associated with the skills and rules for selected individual and dual activities/ sports (e.g., forehand/ backhand in badminton, bogie/par/birdie/eagle in
golf...)
K.1.S2.C.3 - Analyze the effectiveness of offensive and/or defensive strategies in a variety of specific games and sport situations (e.g., analyze a team's strategies for strengths and
weaknesses...)
K.1.S2.C.4 - Examine moral and ethical conduct in specific sport situations (e.g., intentional fouls in basketball, fighting in hockey...)
S.1.S2.A.2 - Select and refine manipulation skills (e.g., serve, forehand stroke, dribble, receive a pass), applying mechanical bioprinciples (i.e., force, motion, balance) related to activity-
specific physical activity skills
S.1.S2.B.2 - Apply and refine selected activity-specific movement skills (e.g., shooting for a goal...) in physical activities, including team games using an implement (e.g., field hockey, lacrosse,
ice hockey, bandy...)
S.1.S2.B.3 - Demonstrate the ability to keep score and/or officiate in selected organized sports (e.g., scoring in bowling, golf...)

K.2.S2.C.1b - Explain how exercise of different intensities (e.g., mild, moderate, vigorous, intermittent, continuous, aerobic, anaerobic...) affects the structure and function of the
cardiovascular system and respiratory system (e.g., lower resting heart rate, increased heart size, increased stroke volume, lower blood pressure, increased blood volume...) in the context of
healthy living and the prevention of disease

K.4.S2.A.2a - Examine the effectiveness of using a goal-setting process for setting and achieving personal goals and/or for changing a behaviour (e.g., evaluate application of goal-setting
process to improving cardiovascular fitness, career plan...)