- Students will demonstrate fundamental object control by controlling volleyballs by using the proper technique shown for passing, setting, hitting, and serving.
- Students will participate in a lifelong sport that they can play casually with their children and grandchildren. This activity teaches good teamwork, communication, and coordination skills.
- Students will apply the concepts of body awareness, time, space, direction, and force to movement by knowing the rules and following them in game play. The main objective of the game is to keep the ball in bounds. Students will show they can control the volleyballs when they are struck so they go in bounds. In addition, one of the rules of volleyball is that and individuals’ body cannot hit the net. The students need to control their bodies so they do not touch the net.
- Students will demonstrate appropriate behavior throughout the unit by encouraging teammates, working together to play the game, and by helping the students that struggle with the skills.
- Unit Plan
- Setting and Forearm Pass
- -Game: King's Court
-Game: Battle Ship Serving Contest
Hitting and Approach
4 Square Volley Ball
Rotating/ Scoring and Game Play
Day 6 & 7