Lesson Plan : Volleyball Skills

Teacher Name:
 Brian Jones
 Grade 7-8
 PE and Health

 Volleyball Skills
 Gross Motor Skills Development (GM) Fine Motor Skills Development (FM) Social Skills (S) Personal Skills (P) Cognitive Development (C) Lifelong Learning/Participation (L) Fitness (F) Adapted Physical Education (AP)
 The student will be introduced to the game of volleyball. He/she will be able to setup the net for a game. The student will demonstrate an overhead pass, forearm pass, overhand serve, and underhand serve. The student must show knowledge of rules, rotations, and personal fouls. The student will also play a regular game of volleyball to demonstrate all skills learned. The student will also write a report on volleyball to gain further knowledge
 #1 Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. (GM, FM, C) #2 Demonstrate understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. (C, GM, FM, S) #3 Exhibit a physically active lifestyle. (F, L, C)
 smartboard, volleyball, net
 Day 8 students will warm up by going through drills of serving, passing, and setting. They will be in groups of 5 and will have 3 minutes to go through each drill totalling 15 minutes. Then students will be divided into four teams with each team playing each other. The first two team will play for 6 minutes and the second 2 teams will play for 6 minutes. Then the teams that lost will play each other for 4 minutes and the 2 teams that won will play for 4 minutes.
 I will give instructions on no negative comments and this is for recreation.
 students will practice playing a game of volleyball.
 written expression student will only have to play 3 minutes of each game. Asthma student will only have to play in one game.
Checking For Understanding:
 informal observation question and answer
 tell students how proud i am of them and keep up the great work.
 this will be done by checklist of participation.
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