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Author: szeiger
No. Questions: 5
Created: Aug 15, 2015
Last Modified: 3 years ago

Writing Explanatory Basketball

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Get Fouled
This is a strange step, but in game situations you cannot get to the free throw line without getting fouled.

Collect Yourself
You may be mad about the foul or tired from running back and forth. Take a deep breath and enter the half circle.

Perform your Pre-Shot Routine
You should have a routine that you do every time you receive the ball at the charity stripe (free throw line). You might dribble with your left hand, spin the ball, and then shoot, or maybe you take one dribble, pass the ball around your body, take one dribble with each hand, and then get ready to shoot. Make your routine fast. You only have roughly 15 seconds to do it. It should be comfortable and easy to do each time.

Bend your Knees
Many people come up short on their free throws because they do not use their legs. They are an important power aspect.

Tuck your Elbow
It helps you use proper form and make a good accurate shot.

Shoot the Ball
Don’t wait too long or you will psych yourself out. Do what you do best and shoot the ball. Don’t hesitate or rush it. Take your time and execute.

Get Back on Defense
Don’t let the other players rush back on you after you make/miss your free throw.
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2, W.4.2a
A.
How does the author organize the piece?
  1. using headings
  2. using paragraphs
  3. using time
  4. using alphabetical order
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2b
B.
In which section does the writer best support a reason with facts and details?
  1. Get Fouled
  2. Perform Your Pre-Shot Routine
  3. Bend Your Knees
  4. Tuck Your Elbows
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2e
E.
The writer failed to include a conclusion. Which would make the best conclusion for this passage?
  1. Good luck and happy shooting!
  2. If you follow these steps, you are likely to shoot a successful free throw.
  3. Most people have trouble shooting free throws well.
  4. Remember: Practice makes perfect!