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Effective: Summer 2013
PHED 38CBEGINNING BASKETBALL1 Unit(s)

Advisory: Advisory: This course is included in the Team Sports family of activity courses; students with disabilities that significantly limit mobility or sensory perception may have difficulty participating and/or put themselves at risk of injury due to the physical demands of the course.
Grade Type: Letter Grade, the student may select Pass/No Pass
Not Repeatable.
FHGE: Lifelong Learning Transferable: CSU/UC
3 hours laboratory. (36 hours total per quarter)

Student Learning Outcomes -
  • Demonstrate the basic fundamentals for basketball
  • Perform with an increasing degree of proficiency the offensive and defensive skills of basketball
Description -
Introduction to the basic rules and strategies of the game of basketball. This will be accomplished through demonstration and practice of skills as well as competition.

Course Objectives -
The students will be able:
  1. Understand the most current rules of basketball
  2. Be introduced to beginning basketball motor skills
  3. Understand and execute beginning basketball offensive concept
  4. Understand and Execute beginning defensive basketball concepts
  5. Understand and execute beginning team offensive strategies
  6. Understand and execute beginning team defensive strategies
  7. Understand and execute beginning situational basketball
  8. Execute beginning basketball conditioning drills
  9. Discuss and demonstrate positive team
Special Facilities and/or Equipment -
Gymnasium, basketballs, pennies and class room

Course Content (Body of knowledge) -
  1. Understand the most current rules of basketball
    1. Individual Rules
      1. Types of fouls
      2. Types of violations
      3. Consequences of fouls and violations
      4. Time accounts
      5. Scoring process
      6. Time outs
      7. Quarters vs halves
      8. Bonus and Double Bonus
      9. Court Regulations
      10. Substitution/s

  2. Be introduced to beginning basketball motor skills
    1. Beginner shooting form
    2. Beginner shooting mechanics
    3. Beginner defensive technique
    4. Beginner passing techniques
    5. Beginner passing skills
    6. Beginner dribbling techniques
    7. Beginner dribbling skills
    8. Beginner footwork

  • Understand and execute beginning basketball offensive concepts
    1. Beginning 1 vs 1 moves
    2. Beginning Post Play
    3. Beginning Passing strategies
    4. Beginning Screening Techniques
    5. Reading Basic Basketball Situations
    6. Beginning Fast Break Tactics

  • Understand and Execute beginning defensive basketball concepts
    1. Fundamental Stance
    2. Sliding
    3. Arm Positions
    4. Guarding on-ball
    5. Guarding off-ball
    6. Post Defense

  • Understand and execute beginning team offensive strategies
    1. Team spacing
    2. Basic offensive alignments
      1. 4 out, 1 in
      2. 3 out, 2 in
      3. 5 out
    3. Beginning scoring strategies
    4. Beginning screening
    5. Beginning cutting
    6. Offensive Rebounding

  • Understand and execute team defensive strategies
    1. Beginning team man-to-man defense
    2. Basic man rotations
    3. Beginning zone defense
    4. Basic zone rotations
    5. Helping the ball defender
    6. Charges
    7. Basic defensive rebounding skills

  • Understand and execute situational basketball
    1. Baseline out-of-bounds - front court
    2. Baseline out-of-bounds - back court
    3. Sideline out-of-bounds - back court
    4. Sideline out-of-bounds - front court
    5. Jump Ball
    6. Strategies for baskets at the end of the clock

  • Execute basketball conditioning drills
    1. Sprinting
    2. Beginning Lateral Development
    3. Beginning Plyometrics and Vertical Jump Training
    4. Beginning Weight training recommendations

  • Discuss and demonstrate positive team attitude
    1. Respect for self
    2. Respect for others
    3. Sharing is receiving
    4. Being other-centered
    5. Fatigue and Temperament
    6. Winning vs Success

    Methods of Evaluation -
    1. Observation and feedback of performed skills and strategies
    2. Written Final Exam
    Representative Text(s) -
    The most current NCAA Basketball Rule Book

    Disciplines -
    Physical Education
     
    Method of Instruction -
    1. Lecture
    2. Physical Modeling and cooperative practice
    3. Video
    4. Reading
     
    Lab Content -
    Dribbling, passing, defensive drills
    shooting form and practice
    rebounding, positioning, footwork
     
    Types and/or Examples of Required Reading, Writing and Outside of Class Assignments -
    Recommended videos and reading/writing assignments as determined by the instructor.