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Developmental sequence of teaching/learning

Term 2 Year 4 Band Middle years

Unit/topic outcome description


Students develop their manipulative movement skills by learning how to shoot a ball
in a basketball action concentrating on preparation, propulsion and follow through,
to achieve adequate height, and arc flight path, and accuracy.

Essential Thinking skills/ ICTs Resources/


learnings processes, for equipment
example, Bloom’s,
Gardner’s or key
competencies
 Futures  Remembering  DVD player  15 basketballs
 Identity  Understanding  Internet  PE clothing
 Interdependence  Applying  Digital camera  Whistle (ACME
 Thinking  Analysing  Computer Thunderer)
 Communication  Evaluating  CD player  Line markers
 Creating  Email  Gymnasium

Strand Key ideas SACSA outcomes (verbatim)


Physical activity Students individually, in groups or 2.1- (The student) confidently
and participation teams enhance their self- performs and repeats movement
awareness through developing, sequences with control, balance
refining and expanding their and coordination that in turn
movement abilities and strategies enhance their ability to plan for
within an appropriate context of and participate in a wide range of
physical activities. Id, In, KC4 physical activities. Id, In, KC3

Personal and social


development

Health of individual
and communities
Planning
Key ideas Focus of Sequence of core Resources
Learning teaching events

Students individually, Lesson one: Gymnasium

in groups or teams
Introduction to fundamental ball
enhance their self-
skills.
15 balls (A mixture of
awareness through
Detailed introduction to the Basketballs, volleyballs
developing, refining
specific skill: Shooting. and grip balls)
and expanding their

movement abilities

and strategies within


Informational Lesson using Line markers
an appropriate
DVDs or videos giving examples
context of physical
Introduce students to using of elite athletes demonstrating
activities. Id, In, KC4 Acme Thunderer
basketball equipment. shooting techniques. Cover the

different types and varieties of


Appropriate handling of
balls skills there are, provide the
equipment. Digital Camera
students with a list of different

sports that use ball skills.

Lesson two:

Students develop hand-to- Demonstration of the three


eye coordination skills. phases involved in a correct

shooting technique
Students develop the
(Preparation, Propulsion and
specific techniques
Follow Through). Using pairs
involved in the three
of experienced students (or just
phases of shooting
ones you know are competent
correctly.
in balls skills) demonstrate to

the class the different ball skills.

Activity ‘Piggy in the Middle’

(Arc promotional version).

Group of three students, two


Focus on developing arc
standing opposite each other
promotion.
with the third in between them.

Video Tape each student during

this activity.
Lesson three:

Introduction to Phase one of the

shooting process

(Preparation).

Discussion and Explanation of

what is involved in a correct

shooting stance. Including the

right angle at your elbow, the

‘off’ or non-shooting side foot is


Preparation phase –
slightly forward, facing forward,
Stance = shoulder width
legs parted at shoulder width,
apart, correct posture and
and the ball held in the
hand positioning on the
fingertips (NOT the palm).
ball.

Checking technique by pairing

the students up and have them

critiquing each other’s stances

and give feedback.

Activities involving stance and

then practicing throwing the ball

to their partner from the correct

stance, using the proper

preparation.

Lesson four:

Introduce students to the

second phase of the shooting

process (Propulsion).

Explain and Demonstrate

proper propulsion technique.

Including bending at the knees,


Propulsion phase – Hand
bouncing down then up, flicking
and arm action movement,
of the arm from the elbow, and
90’ degree angle, wrist
releasing the ball at the right
action correct release and
time (jump to get more
technique.
distance).

Checking technique by pairing

the students up and have them

critiquing each other’s stances

and give feedback.

Activities in pairs, that include

the use of the correct propulsion

techniques (throwing to each


other over a distance).

Lesson five:

Recap of the previous skills

learnt, and trying to add these

previous skills to the follow

through technique to produce a

complete shooting motion.

Introduce students to the

second phase of the shooting

process (Follow Through).

Explanation of the correct follow

through technique. Including


Follow through phase –
flick of the wrist (to achieve a
Arm action, weight
backspin and help with the arc),
transferral and body
transference of weight, and the
positioning.
forward movement of the body.

Checking technique by pairing

the students up and have them

critiquing each other’s stances

and give feedback.

Activity in pairs again using

these techniques, integrating

preparation, propulsion and

follow through techniques

together to produce a correct

shooting action.

Lesson six:
Students practice and
Re-record another video of the
refine the skills learnt.
students playing the ‘Piggy in
Students develop self- the Middle’ activity using
confidence. shooting techniques.

Students develop Establish and discuss the


awareness and self differences and improvements
esteem. in techniques from when they

Students develop started to now.

interactive communication Integrate the three phases into


skills in pairs and group a shooting game, this time
structures. focussing on technique,

accuracy, execution and control

of the movements.
Assessment

Criteria for Assessment Who will SACSA outcome Record of


assessment strategy assess? assessment
Observe students Teacher 2.1- (The student) confidently Teacher keeps
Students demonstrate as they perform performs and repeats movement record of student
proper steps taken for -will keep
sequences with control, balance assessment
throwing a ball… -Teachers students in
and coordination that in turn
Preparation observe students track and aid
enhance their ability to plan for
who are them in
-legs: stand side on to and participate in a wide range Record shows
direction of throw observing peers developing or
of physical activities. Id, In. class list against
refining their
-arms: throwing arm -Observing the specific throwing
moves in a downward skills
three stages of skills in
and backward arc
throwing… Peer preparation,
Propulsion propulsion, and
Preparation -will identify
-legs: opposite foot to follow through
throwing arm steps the errors
Propulsion
forward made by their Tick off when
-head and trunk: hips
Follow through partner when achieved
then shoulder rotate undergoing confidently
forward the activity
-arms: Elbow bends in Product Analysis
a 90% angle as Students keep a
throwing arm moves -students
Take video video record or
above head compare their
and photo photos of
Forearm and hand lag video record
records of themselves to
behind upper arm performance with
students monitor their
Follow through how an expert
undertaking development
does it when
- Body weight shifts the activity,
with you weight throwing
which will be
transferral from a high
center of gravity to a used to
low center of gravity. highlight
- Wrist follows through
performance
to a gooseneck and for self
position. evaluation

Students demonstrate
the correct arc
promotion and flight
trajectory.

Students demonstrate
effective
communication,
behaviour skills and
development of self
confidence.
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