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I-Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students are expected to:

define Basketball
appreciate the importance of determining violations in playing
basketball
execute the various violations in Basketball.

II-Subject Matter:
Nature and Background of Basketball
Reference:
Materials:
III-Procedure:
A1. Activity (pre-lab)
Drill: Ask the students if they have experience in playing team sports. What
particular game in
team sports they have played?
Motivation: Present the following words and let the students to identify what
does these words
pertains to:
*Point Guard

*Shooting guard

*Fouls

*Travelling

*Dribbling

*Overtime
Activity Proper:
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Group the students into two (2).


Let the students to choose two representatives in each group.
Let the students to complete the sentences given at the count of 10
Choose the correct answer on the words posted on the board.
The first group who can get the highest score will be the winner.

is a team sport, where in the objective is to shot a ball through a


basket.
is issued when the game ends with a draw.
is a violation to move without dribbling.
is a Canadian clergy who introduced the game basketball.
fastest player of the team.
*basketball *overtime
*James Naismith
*center

*travelling

*offensive foul

*point guard
*dribbling

Setting of Standards:
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Let the students read all the sentences on the previous activity.
A2. Ask the students the following questions:
How did you find the activity?
Who among you here have tried playing basketball?

A3-Abstraction:
December 1891 basketball was invented by a Canadian clergyman James
Naismith. Young Mens Christian Association Training School (Springfield College) in
Spring Field Massachusetts. The first ball used in basketball was a soccer ball.
Teams had nine players before. In 1897 team of five become standard.
BASKETBALL is a team sport, wherein the objectives are to shoot a ball through a
basket. A regular basketball hoop consists of a rim 18 inches in diameter and 10
feet high mounted to a backboard. A team can score a field goal by shooting the
ball through the basket. A field goal scores 2 points. If a player touches or behind
the three points lines the score is 3 points. Additional time (overtime) may be issued
when the games ends with a draw. The ball can be advanced on the court by
bouncing it while walking or running ( dribbling) or throwing(passing) it to a team
mate. It is a violation to move without dribbling (travelling), to carry it or to hold the
ball with both hands them resume dribbling (double dribble).
Fouls
Personal foul- a disruptive physical contact is penalized and a free throw is usually
awarded to an offensive player if he is fouled while scoring the ball.
Technical foul- may also be issued when certain infractions occur, most commonly
for unsportmanship like conduct on the part of the player or coach. It gives the
opposing team a free throw, and the opposing team is also retained possession of
the ball.
Basketball Specific positions
Point guard- usually the fastest player on the team.
Shooting guard- creates a high volume of shots on offense, guards the opponents
best perimeter player on defense.
Small forward- often primarily responsible for scoring points via cuts to the basket
and dribbles penetrations; on defense seeks rebounds and steal.
Power forward- play offensively often with their back to the basket.
Center- uses height and size to score ( on offense) to protect the basket closely or
to rebound.

A4- Application
1. Group the students in two.
2. Let them create a role playing that shows personal and offensive foul
within 5 minutes.
IV- Evaluation
In a sheet of paper answer the following questions:
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Its a disruptive physical offense.


The one who introduced the game basketball.
The first ball in playing basketball.
-5. A regular hoop consist of a rim which is ________ in diameter and ______
feet in high mounted back board.

V- Assignment
In a sheet of paper. Enumerate the basic skills in basketball.