Year 9 Physical Education BasketBall
|No of lessons||6-8|
|When is it happening||Term2 Year9|
|What students will learn||
Students will refine and further develop their ability to perform basketball skills learnt in year 8 such as passing (chest, bounce, overhead), shooting, dribbling, attacking, defending, the lay-up, rebounding and protecting the ball etc. Students will be required to demonstrate these skills more consistently and with more accuracy, speed and power. Students will also further develop an understanding for attacking and defensive principles. Students will explore a variety of basketball attacking and defensive formations, positions and roles. Students will also recap and master the knowledge and understanding of the basic rules of the game (lines of the court, what is or isn't a foul, double dribble, travelling and developing a deeper more cemented understanding of the rules of the game. For example, rules of the free throw, rules regarding the key and not being able to pass the ball back into their own half etc. Students will have more responsibility and independency to officiate and manage games etc. Students will develop their communication, resilience, teamwork and leadership skills through a series of different activities, practices and games. Students will recap the components of fitness required in basketball and develop a deeper understanding of when and why these components of fitness would be used in the game. They will be able to link these to specific basketball scenarios.
|Key Knowledge that students should know at the end of 'Topic'||This is the knowledge that students will meet for the first time in this topic||
Recap the origin of basketball, (The history of basketball began with its invention in 1891 in the USA by PE teacher James Naismith as a less injury-prone sport than American football).
Students will develop a deeper understanding by building upon knowledge of the health benefits playing invasion games has physically, mentally and socially. How skills can be learnt and transferred into other sports and everyday life, such as communicating, resilience, leading, problem solving and working collaboratively as a team. Students will recap and refine basketball specific skills such as passing (chest, bounce, overhead), shooting, dribbling, the lay-up, rebounding, protecting the ball, beating an opponent etc. Students will also develop a deeper understanding for attacking and defensive principles such as formations, positions, roles and the whole team attack and defend Furthermore, students will understand when and why to use these tactics throughout the game. Deeper rules into basketball will be recapped and mastered. For example, rules of the free throw, rules regarding the key and not being able to pass the ball back into their own half etc. Students/professional athletes performance will also be analysed create and devise strategies to outwit an opponent.
Students will be expected to retrieve skeletal system and muscular system knowledge from badminton and health & fitness SOL through Q&A and leading warm-ups/cooldowns. Students are to take a more active role in the coaching of others and officiating matches to prepare them for VCERT PE in years 10/11.
|This is knowledge that students may have met before but will need to deepen their understanding|| Students will be expected to confidently recap and name and explain areas on the court such as the backlines, sidelines, the ‘D’, the ‘key’ and basic rules e.g. fouls, free throws, double dribble, travelling, tip off, not being able to pass back into own half etc.
Students will have deeper and more confident knowledge to name and explain when you might pass and why, why might you use different types of passes (chest, bounce, overhead), when might you shoot and why, when might they need to beat an opponent and why, what type of shot you would choose etc. If the students cannot retrieve the knowledge physically then they should be able to recite how to perform the skill verbally or when the skill may be performed. Students will recap, refine and further develop knowledge of tactics of keeping possession, defending and attacking strategies which will be retrieved from previous invasion games. Students will implement basketball specific attacking and defensive strategies into each lesson such as using key words, formations, positions and roles. Students will be required to analyse and evaluate different tactics and strategies in basketball. They will also need to recall these strategies when participating in other invasion sports such as football etc.
Students will further develop their understanding of the components of fitness required in basketball and when they are required throughout a game situation. Students will be expected to retrieve skeletal system and muscular system knowledge from badminton and health & fitness SOL through Q&A and leading warm-ups/cooldowns
|Key Skills that students should be able to demonstrate at the end of 'Topic'||This is the skills that students will meet for the first time in this topic||
Students will undergo a variety of practices focusing on basketball skills which will able them to refine and develop key skills used in the sport such as ball handling, passing (chest, bounce, overhead), dribbling, shooting (set shot, lay-up). Students will learn and develop new skills and knowledge such as the lay-up, rebounding, protecting the ball, beating an opponents etc. Students will implement deeper rules into basketball will be covered, for example, rules of the free throw, rules regarding the key and not being able to pass the ball back into their own half etc. Students will be involved in isolated practices which will force the skill development and a variety of independent practice, 1v1, 2v1, 3v1 and small sided games. Students will be player longer games and be expected to have a higher intensity and pace in comparison to year 8. This competition will force the students to work under pressure and develop their skill set to a higher ability. Students will acquire knowledge through participating in practices, watching and performing in demonstrations, using task cards and analysing video footage. Students will develop their understanding through peer assessment and offering their partner with constructive feedback. They will also be provided with various opportunities to officiate different competitive scenarios in order to demonstrate they understand the rules of the game.
|This is skills that students may have met before but will need to develop||
Students will develop skills and techniques of passing (chest, bounce, overhead), dribbling, shooting (set shot, jump shot, lay-up), rebounding, protecting the ball, beating an opponent, attacking strategies, defending strategies and how to use them in
|Key vocabulary that students should know and understand||
Dribbling, passing, chest pass, bounce pass, overhead pass, shooting, set shot, jump shot, layup, movement, hand eye co-ordination, agility, power, speed, teamwork, resilience, drive, rebound, pivoting, guarding, ball carrier, counterattack, fair play, bicep, tricep, radius, ulna, humerus, hamstring, quadricep, gastrocnemius, tibia, fibula, femur, deltoid. analyse, describe, evaluate
|The Big Question||Retrieve components of fitness knowledge and discuss which are needed in Basketball and how are these transferable to other sports|
Key questions that students should be able to answer at the end of the 'Topic'
|What are the teaching points of dribbling the basketball? How does this change when we 'speed' dribble and have 'close' control of the ball?|
|What are the teaching points of the chest pass? bounce pass? Overhead pass?|
|If you take VCERT PE you need to understand the components of fitness required for various different sports. What components of fitness are needed in football? Why? When would they be used?|
|What are the teaching points of the set shot? jump shot?|
|What are the three stages of a warm-up? Why do we warm up? What muscles and bones are used in basketball? This will help you to complete unit 2 in VCERT PE|
|How many muscles can you name that are used in basketball?|
|What are the teaching points of the lay up? how many steps can you have with the ball? what foot should you jump off if you are on the left/right side of the basket?|
|How can we outwit a defender when dribbling towards them? can we use a feint? or skill?|
|What attacking and defending strategies do we know? how/when might they change? analyse/evaluate them?|
|What does the double dribble rule mean? if you bounce the ball with two hands, what foul is this?|
|What are the teaching points of rebounding?|
|How many seconds is a player aloud in the key? what are the rules regarding the free throw?|