Basketball Assessment DIRECTIONS: Complete the following questions to the best of your ability. 1. Name two ways that you can protect your ball from an opponent while dribbling. a) _____ b) _____ 2. Draw the pathway that a ball should take for the best bounce pass: 3.
Basketball Unit – Lesson 1 Grade: 8 Subject: Physical Education Facility: Classroom and Gymnasium Materials: ° White board and markers ° Handouts of terminology and rules (15) ° Basketballs (15) Standards: 8.2.2 Understand the relationship between cue words and movement skills.
the basketball bounces away, and one more to continue the test. TEST. Time: 60 seconds for one trial. A player is instructed to dribble the ball while passing alternately to the right and to the left of six. obstacles placed in a line, 2 meters (6 feet 6 3/4 inches) apart, on a 12-meter course. The player may.
needs for this unit. You can record your answers on a separate sheet of paper or email them to Coach Blount at email@example.com 1. What is the objective in a basketball game? 2. Have you ever played on an organized basketball team? If so, what level did you play? (YMCA, School, Select, AAU, etc.) 3. How often do you play basketball if ever? 4.
Basketball Skills Assessment Tests (BSAT) Dribbling SET-UP An area of the basketball court (preferably along a sideline or down the center line) 6 cones Floor tape 4 basketballs: One that the athlete is provided initially, two others that are for back-up in case the basketball bounces away, and one more to continue the test. TEST
Basketball Unit Goals and Objectives Kindergarten: Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: 1. Accurately pass a ball to a partner using a bounce pass. 2. Catch a bounce pass from a partner 50% of the time. 3. Dribble a basketball with the fingertips maintaining basic control.
Basketball Skills AssessmentBasketball Skills Assessment. Basketball- students will dribble the ball with both hands, students will shoot the basketball, students will perform lay ups, students will show competency during a game situation. Rubric Code: B5XBWX. By shambleton. Ready to use.
• Assign 2 teams of 3 to each quarter of the basketball court. • One point for every 3 consecutive passes is awarded. • After 3 consecutive passes, the basketball is placed on the ground for the opposing team to begin. • If a pass is incomplete, the basketball goes to the other team. • Principle of 3's is in effect:
Of course, you can use this same setup to test whatever cues you want for whatever skill you’re teaching, our district elementary teachers agreed on using the basketball dribbling cues as a common assessment because it’s a unit that everyone was already teaching. A few thoughts: A review is important before you do any testing.