Mr Derrick’s Basketball Master Class

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PE Easter School
Higher – Int2
Thursday 14th April
Intermediate 1
Tuesday 6th April
Structures, Strategies & Compositions
Today, we will...
• Homework feedback
• Recap structure of decision making answer
• Investigate / highlight some differences in the way a SSC question
paper can be structured.
• Attempt past paper questions within the suggested time allocation.
Decision Making - Structure (covered last week)
 Introduction: The importance of decision making in the fast break (example intro
given in two slides)
Key decisions within my role (decisions that you make as a PG or C or F not team decisions)
(work through decision in chronological order)
 1st decision…
 What were my options (explain each of the choices available to you)
 Why did I make this choice (explain the choice you made and why it was correct)
 Consequences? What would happen if I didn’t make the correct decision.
 2nd decision
 What were my options (explain each of the choices available to you)
 Why did I make this choice (explain the choice you made and why it was correct)
 Consequences? What would happen if I didn’t make the correct decision.
 How your team decided which fast break option to use. Your 3 fast break options are 1
decision, you had 3 options to choose from.
 Conclusion:
Describe why making the correct decision quickly ensured your fast
break was successful.
Be aware…..
The order in which questions are asked in the SSC section of
the paper can vary. Unlike the other two areas it’s not as easy
to predict the order in which questions will be asked.
See the next slide for an example…
Slide 1 - Higher
Slide 2 - Intermediate 2
Slide 3 - Intermediate 1
Describe a structure, strategy or composition
you have used in an activity of your choice.
Discuss how you considered 2 of the
following:
 Speed in attack
 Width/Depth/Mobility
 Using Repetition, Variation and Contrast
 The importance of Creativity.
(6)
Describe how you gathered data on this SSC
and discuss the areas for development you
identified.
(6)
Describe how you addressed the weaknesses
highlighted in part (b). Explain the actions
you took.
(4)
What improvements can now be observed in
your whole performance?
(4)
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Describe, in detail, a Structure, Strategy
or Composition you have used.
(4)
Discuss some of the problems that
either you or your team/group
experienced when applying this Structure,
Strategy or Composition.
(6)
With reference to the problems you
experienced in part (b), discuss the
decisions you took to develop and
improve your performance.
(6)
Explain how you evaluated any
improvements that were made in your
performance in the chosen Structure,
Strategy or Composition.
(4)
Describe, in detail, your chosen structure,
strategy or composition.
(4)
Describe how you gathered data on the
effectiveness of your structure, strategy or
composition.
(4)
Describe any problems you had when using
the
chosen
structure,
strategy
or
composition.
(4)
How would you change or adapt your
structure, strategy or composition to develop
your performance?
(4)
Explain the importance of decision making
in relation to a structure, strategy or
composition. Give examples.
(4)
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Select a structure, strategy or composition you
have used. Describe, in detail, your selected
structure, strategy or composition.
(4)
Choose one element from the list below.
Space, Speed, Variation
Motifs, Creativity, Design
form, Width/Depth/Mobility
Explain how this was a strength in your
structure, strategy or composition.
(4)
Choose a different element from part (b).
Explain how this was a weakness in your
structure, strategy or composition.
(4)
What decision(s) did you take to improve the
effectiveness of your structure, strategy or
composition?
(4)
Describe how the decision(s) you took made
your whole performance more effective.
(4)
Describe a structure, strategy or composition
you have used in this activity.
(3)
Describe two strengths of this structure,
strategy or composition.
(4)
Describe two weaknesses of this structure,
strategy or composition.
(4)
How did you gather information on your
performance?
(3)
What action(s) did you take to overcome one
of the weaknesses described in part (c)?
(3)
Give examples of how these actions affected
your whole performance in the structure,
strategy or composition.
(3)
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Name a structure, strategy or composition from
this activity.
(1)
Describe your role within this structure, strategy
or composition.
(3)
Select two of the following:
developing motifs, width, space,
depth , creativity, mobility, speed
Describe how you used each in your structure,
strategy or composition.
(4)
Describe the method(s) you used to collect
information on your performance in this
structure, strategy or composition.
(3)
Give examples where the structure, strategy or
composition was not successful.
(3)
What did you do to overcome these problems?
(3)
What effect did this have on your structure,
strategy or composition?
(3)

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