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The topic and focus of this lesson will be teaching basic and fundamental volleyball skills. The instructor will provide demonstration of skills for students. The students will then be given time to practice the skill under teacher supervision.
Primary Learning Objective(s):
The students will be able to demonstrate the overhand and underhanded volleyball serve.
Additional Learning Objective(s):
Students will be able to analyze and apply the rules of the sport throughout the lesson. The 2007-08 rules can be found here.
91 to 120 Minutes
Materials and Resources:
Volleyballs, Volleyball Nets
Technology Resources Needed:
Internet access for video demonstration Digital projector
The instructor will prepare for this lesson by studying the most updated volleyball rule books. The major concepts of this lesson will be to teach the rules of the game and to demonstrate the fundamentals so that students will learn to practice the proper skills.
Students will be given a brief description of the rules and procedures used in volleyball. Students will view the video demonstration at the link below. A computer with a digital projector can be used for large group viewing. Students will divide into two groups and line up on the endlines of the volleyball court. The instructor will describe and demonstrate the proper form for the under and overhanded serve. Students will be allowed to practice for an allotted time. Students will be monitored by the instructor to ensure that students are using the proper techniques. The instructor will provide feedback for student improvement.
For assessment the students will be required to complete 8 of 10 over- or underhanded serves across the volleyball net.
Students may work on receiving the volleyball if they have mastered the skill of serving.
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