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HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION WORKSHEET on VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS HAND SIGNALS NAME: __________________________________ Year & Section: ___________________________

Partners Name/Signature: _______________ DATE: __________________________

INSTRUCTIONS: I. Look at the illustrations, read the term/descriptions, and do your best to familiarize with each hand signals for volleyball referees and line judges. II. Do the following exercises with your partner. Remember that your honesty and cooperation is expected in accomplishing this worksheet. Exercise 1. 1. Give your worksheet to your partner. Your partner will read from the worksheet the term of the hand signal, and then you have to demonstrate how the hand signal is done. 2. Your partner will put a mark in the corresponding box in the Referees hand signal and Line judges hand/flag signal column if your answer is correct, otherwise, she will mark it with X if you answered incorrectly. 3. Change roles once you finish your turn in demonstrating hand signals. Exercise 2. 1. Get your partners worksheet. Demonstrate the hand signal; your partner will try to guess the term for the hand signal that you demonstrated. 2. Put a mark in the corresponding box in the TERM/DESCRIPTION column if your partner answered correctly. Mark it with X if your partner answered incorrectly. 3. Change roles once your partner finishes her turn in guessing the hand signals you demonstrated. III. Submit to the teacher at the end of the period.
Referees hand signals TERM / DESCRIPTION Referees hand signals TERM / DESCRIPTION TIME OUT

EXPULSION

BALL OUT

CATCH

BALL NOT TOSSED OR RELEASED AT SERVICE HIT

FOUR HITS

NET TOUCHED BY PLAYER / SERVED BALL FAILS TO PASS TO THE OPPONENT THROUGH CROSSING SPACE

BLOCKING FAULT OR SCREENING

POSITIONAL OR ROTATION FAULT

BALL IN

PENETRATION TO OPPONENTS COURT / BALL CROSSING THE LOWER SPACE

DELAY WARNING/DELAY PENALTY

LINE JUDGES HAND/FLAG SIGNALS

TERM / DESCRIPTION

LINE JUDGES HAND/FLAG SIGNALS

TERM / DESCRIPTION BALL OUT OR FOOT FAULT BY ANY PLAYER DURING SERVICE

BALL IN

BALL OUT

Sources: Rules of the Game. http://www.fivb.org/EN/RefereeingRules/Documents/FIVB.20112012.VB.RulesOfTheGame.Eng.TextfileOnly.2.1.1.pdf Illustrations for Hand Signals. FIVB Official Volleyball Rules 2005, www.fivb.org

Scoring Rubric for Worksheet:


Criteria General Appearance 4 3 Worthy of praise; no creases nor unnecessary marks/print; legible handwriting Was able to demonstrate correctly 25 30 items Was able to demonstrate correctly 19 24 items Was able to recall correctly 20 30 items 2 With a few smudges & blots; minimal creases; readable handwriting 1 Tolerable; essential markings/handwriting needs improvement 0 Very untidy

Demonstration Skills

Was able to demonstrate correctly 13 18 items Was able to recall correctly 10 19 items

Was able to demonstrate correctly 7 12 items Was able to answer correctly 1- 9 item/s

Was able to demonstrate correctly 1 6 item/s Was not able to answer any items at all

Remembering Skills