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[Physical Education] VOLLEYBALL Activities - Unit Planner, Lessons Agenda
· UNIT OVERVIEW
Team Sports --- Volleyball
In the Volleyball unit, students will learn how to properly demonstrate the skills of bumping, setting and serving. Students will also learn how to utilize these skills in a game setting.
· LONG-TERM LEARNING TARGETS
2.1 I can apply movement skills necessary to participate in a variety of team sports.
2.2 I can assess my own movement skills and make appropriate changes.
2.3 I can demonstrate respect for the physical abilities and performance achievements of self and others.
2.4 I can implement strategies for competitive and non-competitive games.
2.5 I can apply rules, procedures, and etiquette to ensure safety and fair play in a physical activity setting.
2.6 I can contribute to the success of teammates.
2.7 I can demonstrate elements of advanced movement skills within a team sport.
2.8 I can assess skill development in others and provide feedback.
2.9 I can regulate rules, procedures and etiquette to ensure safety and fair play in a physical activity setting for all.
2.10 I can formulate, communicate, and perform strategies for competitive and non-competitive games.
2.11 I can practice inclusion of people with diverse backgrounds and abilities.
2.12 I can create opportunities for my teammates to be successful.
· INSTRUCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
Student Background Knowledge
Students enter HS with varied PE experiences for specific sports and units. All students have a had a chance to learn sport specific skills, strategies, and movement concepts with little time to develop these learning targets at mastery level in the Physical Education setting. For some students, this may not include Volleyball.
· What components of fitness are developed by playing volleyball?
· What strategies/concepts in volleyball are similar to strategies/concepts in other sports?
· How would strength training improve one's strength in volleyball?
Team, pass, serve, boundaries, offense, defense, strategy, score,
forearm bump, set, spike, block, serve, setter, server, fault, net, attack