DETAILED LESSON PLAN WEEK 4 PRACTICAL LESSON
Considerations Warm up (5-10min) Detailed lesson plan (Wk 4, Practical lesson 2) 80 minutes duration 27 students Students will: Play game of 6v6 volley ball Game rules: Rainbow (underarm throw) serve No jumping above the net (meaning no spikes) Focus: keeping the ball in play and warming up body for the lesson ahead. Explanation Using the whiteboard. Class discussion using questioning. Activity: Goal: complete 5 attempts at setting to either FOUR, TWO, or RED hitters In groups of 7-8 5 attempts then rotate. Feeder initiating setter change Clear call of set location Location of hitters on set up Questions Q. What can teams do to vary their tactics in setting up for attack? A. Change sets Q. Where on the court does the setter come from when the setter is changed? A. Back of the court Q. What are some of the most important things to consider when performing an attacking play like this? A. Communication (signal from back court player to initiate movement) (Voice from setter to let hittters know where the ball is going) Q. Where do I stand as a hitter? A. On the attack line Q. Who should initiate the movement of the backcourt player to the front of the court? And how could they do that? A. The player receiving the ball from the opposition. (Class make up a appropriate word) What is the optimum trajectory for position two/four/red? A . Two – 0.5m high, Four – 1m+ high outside set & Red – 1m+ high back court.
Activity – Setting drill (10-15 minutes)
Game (15-20 minutes)
6v6 Rainbow serve Focus on implementing what they have learnt in lesson Scoring system: 1 point for initiating setter from the back court 1 point for loud call whilst ball is in air (setter) 1 point for set going to intended hitter 1 point for the actual point What is one way we can change the way we attack? A. Change setters How do you change setters? A. Setter comes from backcourt What is one important thing when changing setters? A. Voice/Communication
Competition task (15 minutes)
Team worksheets Students will be assigned into their teams for the competition component of this topic. Teams will work together on the team work sheet and each sign a contract concerning fair play and participate within this competition. Competition task (Appendix.1.). Analysis Students will play a game of 6v6 in their competition teams. Students are to analyse their team members in 2mintute intervals using the peer assessment sheet concerning specific skills and communication of their game (Appendix.2). Rules and regulations As a class, students will brain storm rules and regulations for the competition, specifically rules relating to fair play and consideration of team members. Teacher will announce the regulation of play as follows 10minutes games – 5minute halves Games are umpired by 2 students - one from each of the bye teams Games are scored by 2 students – one from each of the by teams Umpires have the final rules (no arguing) No ‘poor sportsmanship’ will be tolerated Points may be deducted from teams for violating the rules – as per the teacher’s choice.
Team analysis (15minutes)
Competition rules and regulation (5minutes)
Statisticians of each team will announce the fixtures for the first round of play.