Question 1 SURVEY 120 seconds Q. At what level should the ball be positioned when dribbling? answer choices At your... Question 2 SURVEY 120 seconds Q. What part of your fingers should the ball touch the ball? answer... Question 3 SURVEY 120 seconds Q. Where should your eyes be when dribbling and ...
Question 1 SURVEY 30 seconds Q. When stopping your dribble in a game, you may... answer choices dribble the ball again. Question 2 SURVEY 30 seconds Q. Which part of your body is used to control a basketball while dribbling? answer... Question 3 SURVEY 30 seconds Q. Which is the only way to bounce ...
For most students, it’s easy to answer the question “What are the 3 cues for dribbling?”, but for some students, I need to ask more questions to get the answer like “What part of your hand should you dribble a ball with?” or “How high should you dribble a basketball?” and “Where should you look when dribbling a ball?”
34. Front V-Dribble – Left Hand Using only your left hand, dribble the ball from side to side in the shape of a ‘v’ in front of your body. 35. Side V-Dribble – Right Hand Using only your right hand, dribble the ball backwards and forwards beside your body in the shape of a ‘v’. 36. Side V-Dribble – Left Hand
1 Which one of these rules is not a foul in wheelchair basketball and wouldn't cause the game to be paused? Your options: [ Crashing into someone else's chair on offence when you have no control over it ] [ Crashing into the back of a player on your own team and causing them to fall out of their chair ] [ Lifting out of your seat during a game ] [ Making contact with any part of another players body ]
A player, in possession of the ball, is moving without dribbling the ball. A player with the ball moves his/her pivot foot without dribbling. Double Dribble Dribbling the ball with both hands at the same time. Dribbling the ball after picking up the original dribble. Time Violations
How to Dribble a Basketball in 7 Steps. Step #1 - Spread and Relax Your Fingers. The first step in learning how to dribble a basketball is to relax your fingers and make sure they’re spread out evenly on the basketball. Young kids have a tendency to keep their fingers together unless they’re taught otherwise.
Basketball Dribbling Cues Assessment. At the end of the unit I give my 2nd graders a verbal quiz to see if they know the 3 cues for a basketball dribble, this is one of our common report card assessments for 2nd grade (details on how I do grades here).