Physical Education Program
Volleyball:Winning the point
Lesson Plan #8

 

1.Objectives:

A.Student:

1.By the end of class, the students will be able to demonstrate the approach for an attack (spike).

a.Ready position- from the net spiker must turn and run back several steps from the net.

b.Wait for the set

c.Foot work- Right handed spiker, left, right, left, jump

d.Arms extend and swing back

e.Whip arm

f.Hand firm and open

g.Hit top of ball

B.Teacher:

1.The teacher will establish protocol and maintain a safe environment for the students.

2. Instant Activity: 2 man pepper

When I say go, everyone needs to find a partner and being practicing setting, passing and tapping with there partner 10ft. apart. You want to keep the ball under control seeing how many times you and your partner can hit the ball in a row.

3. Set Induction:

How many like to watch a volleyball game that does a lot of spiking. Spiking the ball is one of the most thrilling plays in volleyball. So today we are going to be practicing on the approach of the spike.

4. Content Developmentósee next attached page

5. Closure/Assessment:

I want everyone to spread out in general space.When I say a cue from today I want you to show me what it is.I will walk around checking out everyone in class.

·Ready position- from the net spiker must turn and run back several steps from the net.

·Foot work- Right handed spiker, left, right, left, jump

·Arms extend and swing back

·Whip arm

·Hand firm and open

·Hit top of ball

6. Equipment:(class size 30) 

1.15 volleyballs

2.15 trainer volleyballs

3.5 volleyball nets

4.4 hula-hoops

7. Protocol:

·ìstopî for stop, equipment down, eyes on teacher.

·ìgoî follow directions given by teacher.

·ìhuddle upî walk over and stand in a semi-circle around the teacher.

8. Class Rules:

·Respect fellow classmates and demonstrate good sportsmanship!

·Perform activity as instructed by the teacher!

·Everyone gives their best effort everyday!

·If off-task you will be warned then disciplined.


 
 


Content Development


 



 
 
 
 
 

MAF/Instructional technique

Extensions

Refinements

Applications

·5 volleyball courts will be set up.Use badminton courts if volleyball courts are not available.
·15 volleyballs and 15 rubber volleyballs are spread out equally in the 4 hoops in each corner of the gym.
·Students are divided up in groups of 3 ahead of time.Each group will have at least one student who has volleyball experience.

·The students are gathered around the teacher in a semi-circle.

Game:3v3
·Have a group of 3 demonstrate the game.Total of 3 hits each side.Start the game with a playable toss to partner (free ball).The students can use the forearm pass, overhead pass and the hit. There must be a successful spike to the other team to receive a point.
·The groups are spread out 3 students on each side of the net.
·Refer to the diagram.
Questions:
§Q: What is the hitterís base position at the net?
§A: Face the net

§Q: Why does the hitter want to face the net? 

§A: To see how play develops on opponentís side, to block bad pass.

§Q: What should the hitter do when the ball is crossing the net?

§A: Transition, move off the net.

§Q: How does the hitter approach to attack?

§A: 4 steps off the net, start with Left foot and the right then left and jump while swing arm.

§The students are gathered around the teacher in a semi-circle.


 
Practice:When I say go I want your group of 3 to go to your assigned court.I want you to number yourselves 1, 2, and 3.I want person #1 to be the setter (right side of the net), person #2 to be the hitter (left side of the court), and person #3 to be the tosser (right side of the court, back of the court).Every three spikes you will rotate from tosser, to setter, to hitter.The tosser will toss to the setter, the setter will set the ball to the hitter and the hitter will approaches to hit the ball.This is setting up for the attack.I want this group to demonstrate for the class. We will have two teams practicing together on the same court. One team practicing and the other retrieving the balls. They switch after everyone has had their turn.
§Make sure a group of 3 demonstrates the task for the class.
§The groups are spread out 3 students on each side of the net.
§Refer to the diagram.
§I want the setter to set the ball at different heights to see where the hitter likes it. 
§Now, I want you to try to go at a faster pace. There shouldnít be big breaks between spike make it more like a game.
§Ready position- from the net spiker must turn and run back several steps from the net.
§Wait for the set
§Foot work- Right handed spiker, left, right, left, jump

§Arm extend and swing back

§Whip arm

§Hand firm and open

§Hit top of ball

§See how many out of the three spiked were in bounds.
§Bring the students in to a semi-circle around you.
§Q: As the hitter do you always want to use the same footwork?
§A: Yes, so you know where to start you attack.
§Q: Why do we want to set the ball at different levels?

§A: So the hitter can find the height they like and they can time it better.

Game:3v3
§This is the same 3v3 game that the lesson began with.
§After the game bring the students in to the semi-circle.
Closure/Assessment
I want everyone to spread out in general space.When I say a cue from today I want you to show me what it is.I will walk around checking out everyone in class.
·Ready position- from the net spiker must turn and run back several steps from the net.
·Foot work- Right handed spiker, left, right, left, jump

·Arms extend and swing back

·Whip arm

·Hand firm and open

·Hit top of ball


 


 
 

Created by Amy Carlock, CWU PETE Program, Winter 2003