Then it was my turn. My age group was 8th grade. I focused on shooting. I set up a bunch of hula hoops standing up along the wall to be pretend rebound frames. And I also had the two rebound frames set up as well. I tried to set it up so that the students had a chance for a lot of reps in a short period of time. I thought that went well but I should have made it somewhat of a competitive drill instead of just a reps drill. For 8th grade they probably got a little bored half way through the circle. After that I gathered the group and went over the rules for shooting. I tried to make it quick but I also wanted to make sure everyone knew what the rules were that way when Justin taught everyone would understand it and be able to play more. For Lab B when I did my script I noticed that I said "OK" a lot! and I didn't realize how annoying that was until I actually listened to it. So in this lesson I made a consious effort to not say "OK" as much. I worte my Lab C script and I did better but I still said it a lot! AGH! so annoying... Here's my Time Coding sheet as well. Still only one point :/
Then it was Justin's turn. He always does such a really good job. Everything he says flows so nicely. He always remembers a safety statement, a hook, and every other little thing that I always seem to forget to do at least one of! Haha, I'm a little jealous of how good he's been doing. Nonetheless props to Justin for sure!