10. Basketball Manitoba Coach School Clinic Outline
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COACH SCHOOL CLINICS
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Clinic Goals
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To provide an understanding of;
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1) Progressing through a skill - phases of teaching
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2) Loading a drill-increasing the variables/difficulty of the drill
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3) Error detection and error correction - when to intervene & when to wobble
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4) Planning a practice
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DECISION MAKING
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Players need to be able to think for themselves on the floor. In training, the coach must provide the players with problems and allow them to come up with the solution. Too often coaches TELL the players the solutions without allowing the players the valuable experience of learning. There is no depth of understanding developed. With this in mind coaches need to go through the phases of teaching:
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PHASES OF TEACHING
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PHASE A drillintroduce the skill on "air" (1 on 0, 2 on 0 etc)
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PHASE B drillthe coach "guides" the decision making of the players by providing reads
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PHASE C drill the players use the skill in break down drills with live defence
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PHASE D drillthe players use the skill in game like situations (2on2, 3on3, 4on4 and 5on5)
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LOADING A DRILL / PROGRESSIONS
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increasing the variables or difficulty of the drill/skill by adding restrictions or rules such as; allowing only 2 dribbles, limiting court space, adding defenders, changing the angles or location of the drill
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ERROR DETECTION & ERROR CORRECTION
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- "wobbling" allows a player to explore the skill and try to correct it themselves
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- error DETECTION should be constant, when to CORRECT depends on many things
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- highly technical skills in PHASE A & B are corrections to be made early
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- "reads" of play in PHASE C & D can be made after the some repetitions or on the fly
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