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Structures, Strategies and Compositions Lesson 8:Adapting fast break Evaluating Fast break
Today we will... Homework feedback - Developing fast break to overcome a weakness Adapting fast break Evaluating improvements in fast break Revision checklist for S3 Exam Issue revision homework for Easter holidays
Homework feedback Homework codes used in PE Excellent of the standard expected Satisfactory, some key content / information missing Unsatisfactory, not of the level required – REDO
Homework feedback Generally. for question one, for question two. Common mistakes Question One Question Two Question Three
Homework Feedback Question One Describe how you developed your fast break? Question Two How did you increase the difficulty of the practice as your skill level improved? Question Three How has your performance changed after improving your fast break?
Describe how you developed your fast break? Completed fast break with 2 players (Point guard and centre). Centre rebounded the ball, played outlet pass to point guard who had cut wide. PG dribbled up the middle lane and passed to centre who had overlapped PG to fill the right lane. Centre dribbled into score with lay-up. Added in a forward, now all three lanes were filled. Exact same start accept this time PG passed to the F who dribbled into score with a lay-up. To make our fast break less predictable we increased the options available to our PG. Gave him two more options: Option 2 Pass to centre, centre scores. Option 3, PG went alone to score How did you increase the difficulty of the practice as your skill level improved? We started with a passive defender who closed down the PG but never stole the ball. After scoring three successful baskets we made the defender active, this meant he could steal the ball and compete. As our performance improved we added an extra defender, giving us one active and one passive defender. Lastly to make the practice even more game like we made both defenders active. After developing our fast break through progressive practices we played a conditioned game that focused our play on the fast break. How has your performance changed after improving your fast break? Our fast break is now less predictable because we can score from all three lanes. This means the defence can no longer predict who the point guard will pass to. As a result of the practices we have undertaken our skill level has increased. This means we can no break up court at speed and score before the defence get back to set up.
Adapting fast break Sometimes your attacking strategy will need to be adapted during a game. Why might this be? 1.Opposition know / can predict what you are going to do 2.One of your players is playing in the wrong position Centre not tall/strong enough to win rebound Point Guard not fast enough when dribbling up court Q1.Explain how you adapted your strategy. Q2.Why did this adaptation make your strategy more effective?
Evaluating improvements in fast break Next period we will reassess our fast break to ensure our performance of the fast break has improved. Question How would you suggest we evaluate / reassess our fast break…. Solution Competitive game – Opponents of similar ability – 10 minute game Video recorded game Watch video – complete observation schedule Observation schedule – fast break analysis – broke fast break down into component parts Compare observation schedule to initial observation schedule – has performance improved V
Evaluating improvements in fast break Question Describe how you evaluated your performance of the fast break to check for improvements. V
QuestionConfidence Describe a structure or strategy you have used. 5 4 3 2 1 Describe how you gathered information on your structure or strategy 5 4 3 2 1 Describe your role within a structure or strategy. 5 4 3 2 1 Describe how you identified what position you should play 5 4 3 2 1 Explain why speed was important for this strategy. 5 4 3 2 1 Explain why width was important for this strategy. 5 4 3 2 1 Explain why it is important to gather information on your structure, strategy or composition 5 4 3 2 1 Describe 2 strengths in your structure or strategy 5 4 3 2 1 What are the weaknesses in your structure, strategy 5 4 3 2 1 Give examples where your structure, strategy or composition was not successful. 5 4 3 2 1 How did you develop your performance of your structure, strategy 5 4 3 2 1 Give an example of a situation when you had to adapt your strategy, explain how you adapted it 5 4 3 2 1 How did you check to see if improvements had been made? 5 4 3 2 1
Revision Homework – Easter Holiday 1. Describe a structure, strategy or composition (SSC) you have used within an activity of your choice. 2. Describe how you identified what position you should play within your teams SSC. 3. Explain why you were suited to this role within your teams SSC. 4. Describe how you gathered data on your teams performance of their chosen SSC. 5. Explain why the methods you used to gather data on your fast break were appropriate. 6. Explain what you found to be your teams strengths and weaknesses when performing the fast break. 7. How did you develop your teams performance of their chosen SSC. 8. How did you make your practice more difficult as your performance improved. 9. Explain how you evaluated the improvements in your teams performance of their chosen SSC. 10. Explain how your performance improved as a result of developing your fast break. 11. Give an example of a situation where your team had to adapt or change their performance of a SSC.
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