TEACHER’S GUIDE

TEAM SPORTS: play, cooperate and compete in English

Beatriz Ruiz Nova

2008-2009

TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide.

Index.

INDEX

1. Basketball.

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1.1. Schedule.

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1.2. Lesson Plans. A. Basketball techniques, skills and tactics. B. Basketball rules. C. Basketball history. D. Basketball games.

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1.3. Activities.

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2. Volleyball.

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2.1. Schedule.

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2.2. Lesson Plans. A. Volleyball techniques, skills and tactics. B. Volleyball rules. C. Volleyball history. D. Volleyball games.

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2.3. Activities.

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3. Bibliography. 3.1. Internet resources. 3.2. Book resources.

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TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide.

Basketball Schedule.

1. BASKETBALL.

1.1. Schedule.

Activity: BASKETBALL Order: 1 Number of sessions: 18

Term: FIRST

SESSION NUMBER

CONTENTS Subject presentation

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Technique and skill: ball control Tactic: 4v4

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Technique and skill: dribble, shot Tactic: 2v2 (man to man defence) Rules (theory) Technique and skill: lay-ups, pass

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Tactic: 3v3 (pass and go; man to man defence) Technique and skill: lay-ups, dribble

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Tactic: 1v1 (man to man defence), 2v2 (pass and go)

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Basketball history (theory) Technique and skill: ball control, shot

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Tactic: 5v5 (create and take up space in the basketball court)

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Technique and skill: lay-ups, pass Tactic: 3v3 (applying all the tactic concepts) Preparing expositions (give material to pupils) Tactic: 5v5 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 1: pass exercise Technique and skill: shot, rebound

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TEAM SPORTS. 4 . Tactic: 2v2 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 2: dribble exercise 11 Technique and skill: pass Tactic: 3v3 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 3: shot exercise 12 Technique and skill: dribble Tactic: 4v4 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 4: pass exercise 13 Technique and skill: lay-ups Tactic: 5v5 (applying all the tactic concepts) 14 15 16 17 18 Explanation and training about technique and skill practical exam Technique and skill exam Technique and skill exam Tactic exam Tactic exam IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz. Basketball Schedule. Teacher’s guide.

Basketball techniques basketball . to apply basketball techniques. 5 .According to the class development ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to practise and demonstrate basketball techniques and skills and basketball tactics. Basketball Practices.Apply .Techniques .Create a fair play atmosphere .Have to / don’t have to .Experiment with different game situations . skills and tactics.According to the lesson .Facilitate students participation on equal terms regardless of sex and individual level . A.Tactics KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to develop basketball techniques.TEAM SPORTS. to apply basketball techniques. Level: 2n ESO to play the games using basic basketball techniques.Solve game situations IES LA SÉNIA.Past simple/continuous .Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports .Present simple/continuous .Basketball skills techniques and . SKILLS AND TACTICS Topic: . skills and tactics. CONTENT COGNITION COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning . CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP . Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. skills and tactics when playing the game. Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson Plans. to use verbal and non verbal language to communicate. Aims: To develop basketball techniques and skills and basketball tactics. Timing: 15 Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… lessons to apply the rules in the games. Lesson Plan.Must / mustn’t .Basketball rules basketball tactic principles . BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES.Basketball skills tactics .2.Apply .Should / shouldn’t . to play the games with sportsmanship.Can / can’t .Skills . 1. skills and tactics.Encourage students to satisfy their curiosity for knowledge .Conditional ■ Language for learning Understanding messages Creating messages Asking doubts Expressing actions Understanding game situations ■ Language through learning . TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to understand the teacher’s explanations. to interpret different situations in the game.Present/past perfect . Teacher’s guide.

3) Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. Beatriz Ruiz. dribble. Timing: 1 lesson to develop strategies to understand the contents.Can / can’t ■ Language for learning .TEAM SPORTS.Key vocabulary: backboard. travelling. goal . Lesson Plan. Aims: To know the main basketball rules.According to the class development ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to know how the basketball court is and which ones the main rules in basketball are. taking into account it’s (lesson number the first time they learn a subject using English as a learning language. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to understand the rules to apply them when they play.Appreciate the importance of the fair play . shoot.Present simple . to know the main rules in basketball. free throw.Appreciate the necessity of the rules in the games . Basketball Rules. CONTENT Basketball rules COGNITION Increasing the knowledge about the basketball rules COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning . Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… Level: 2n ESO to look up new vocabulary. IES LA SÉNIA. BASKETBALL RULES Topic: Basketball rules KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to know the basketball court.Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports ■ Language through learning . bounce. to look for information on the internet. Teacher’s guide. bound.Identifying the basketball court CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Understanding basketball rules . B. 6 .

To be born ■ Language for learning . Level: 2n ESO Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… to look for information on the internet. winner. 7 . basket . Beatriz Ruiz. Timing: 1 to develop strategies to understand the contents. CONTENT Basketball history COGNITION COMUNICATION Increase the knowledge about the basketball origin ■ Language of learning .To be from . where and how basketball was born. knock.Appreciate how something can change along the time .Past simple .Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to say who.Can / can’t . Lesson Plan. Teacher’s guide. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to answer questions about “who. Aims: To know who.Answering questions .According to the class development CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Comparing basketball rules along the time ■ Language through learning .Completing phrases . Basketball History. when.TEAM SPORTS. rules. IES LA SÉNIA.Appreciate how something can start according to a necessity in an specific moment of the history . opponent. when and where basketball was born and its development in the time. goal. team. play. number 6) Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. BASKETBALL HISTORY Topic: Basketball history KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to know when basketball was born.Key vocabulary: ball. who invented it and where it was invented. game. when. C. taking into account it’s lesson (lesson the first time they learn a subject using English as a learning language. where and how” using the past simple. to know some aspects about basketball evolution.

Lesson Plan.Solve game situations ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to explain rules to their classmates and to practise basketball skills.Basketball basketball rules games . to interpret different situations in the game. pass. Subject: PE Level: 2n ESO Timing: 10-20 minutes in 5 lessons (from lesson number 9 to 13) Aims: To develop speaking skills and basketball skills. Basketball Games. score.Present simple . to play the games with sportsmanship. Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. catch .Basketball rules . D.Can / can’t .Apply . IES LA SÉNIA.Key vocabulary: shoot. Beatriz Ruiz. BASKETBALL GAMES Topic: Games KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to understand simple rules. CONTENT COGNITION COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning . to look up new vocabulary. to speak in front of their classmates in English. Teacher’s guide.Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports . dribble. defence. attack.According to the class development CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Have to ■ Language for learning Expressing rules Understanding rules Developing cooperative actions ■ Language through learning . Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… to read and understand the rules of the games.TEAM SPORTS. to explain game rules. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… to understand the rules of the games. to use English to communicate.Create a fair-play atmosphere . 8 .

9 . Teacher’s guide. Basketball Activities.3. DIAGRAM LEGEND Attacking player with the ball Attacking player without the ball Cones Ball Movement without the ball Dribbling or bouncing Pass Shot Lay-up IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. Activities. 1.

To know how the lessons are going to run.4v4 KEY VOCABULARY: .To check the strong and weak points of the students in the game.Subject information . Teacher’s guide. . Lesson 1.In front/behind . rules…).To dribble .TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz.Basketball . mainly. To improve the English language.To improve the control of the basketball with both hands.Ball control .To spread out .Right/left hand/knee/ear .Court . The teacher explains what students are going to work on. 10 . .To sit down/to stand-up SUBJECT INFORMATION. CONTENTS: . understanding and speaking skills. Basketball Activities. To perform correctly the techniques and skills related to the sport we are working on.Eye contact . OBJECTIVES: 1 DATE: BASKETBALL . LESSON NUM. To apply tactic elements in the game: timing. OPTIONAL SUBJECT: TEAM SPORTS 2009-2010 AIMS To learn more about some team sports (history.Foul . space and communication. To use properly the sport techniques and skills in the game. the assessment criteria and the rules pupils have to follow in the lessons (See “Presentation” power point). To attend the PE lessons and to follow the rules in the class. IES LA SÉNIA.To bounce . how they are going to work.

Beatriz Ruiz. The mark in the attitude is going to be about (it’s not possible to pass a resit in that part): Attendance. material and facilities: 1 point. punctuality and equipment: 1 point. Students who fail the theory or the practice will have extra exams at the end of the course. Interest and motivation in the lessons: 1 point. 11 . you have to pass the three parts The mark in the theory is going to be about: Sport history reading. Respect for other students. Lesson 1. Practical exams. CONTENTS First term Basketball Volleyball Second term Football Hockey ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Theory: 20% Practice: 40% Attitude: 40% Third term Rugby Handball If you want to pass the subject. To take a shower/wash: 1 point.TEAM SPORTS. Sport rules. teacher. Basketball Activities. Use of English in class. Teacher’s guide. The mark in the practice is going to be about: Daily work at class. IES LA SÉNIA.

o Make different movements bouncing the ball: sit-down. WARM-UP: Each student has a basketball. Do your trainers up and tie your hair up. CLASS RULES (See “Rules-Poster”) Bring the correct equipment to the class. Pupils have to imitate the different movements the teacher makes: o Low bounce standing in your position (right hand / left hand / cross over the ball in front / cross over the ball behind / different movements between the legs…). stand-up. you’ll be able to play more time. Beatriz Ruiz. Before the practical lesson starts. o Teacher marks a direction with the hand. for safety. Be punctual. Pupils have to use the right/left hand according to the direction. The players without a basketball are defenders and are limited as to how far they can move by having a pivot foot that cannot be changed. Basketball Activities. There are always working to do. Keep your personal belongings in the changing room. the pupils with the basketball IES LA SÉNIA. Pupils have to dribble the ball two laps in each direction.TEAM SPORTS. when you are in the changing room. Lesson 1. 12 . On the teacher’s signal. KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. One-third of the pupils have a basketball. Students have to follow the directions dribbling the basketball and without losing eye contact with the teacher. Take your shower in 15 minutes or have a wash in 5. Teacher’s guide. touch the floor with right/left knee/elbow/ear… In half court. Help with the material. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 1 power point). MAIN THEME: Pupils opposite to teacher. Every pupil has a basketball. Go to the toilet before the class starts. and the others spread out.

Defenders are not allowed to commit foul. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles.TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide. Basketball Activities. Beatriz Ruiz. dribble and attempt to control their dribble. They must dribble with both hands and change directions. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors pectorals triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Players will have to keep their heads and eyes up to avoid collisions. If the dribbler loses the ball control and one of the defenders gets it. using their opposite arm and body to protect the ball from the “defenders”. Teacher observes the difficulties and the well-done things that pupils make during the game. 4v4. Lesson 1. those players switch positions. 13 .

When the teacher blows the whistle. that player becomes “it”. Teacher’s guide.Dribble .TEAM SPORTS.To blow the whistle KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT.To work the shot in a stressful situation. the student has to leave the ball on the floor and take another one.Man to man defence KEY VOCABULARY: .Sit-ups . Beatriz Ruiz.Shot .To shoot .To jog . Players must keep their heads up to know who is “it” and to not collide with other moving players. The two students that don’t get a basketball have to do 10 sit-ups. . LESSON NUM. .To collide . Pupils with the basketball have to dribble the ball wherever in the court. Each student except two has a basketball. Pupils have to dribble the basketball wherever in the court. That player attempts to tag any of the other players while (s)he has control of his/her dribble. OBJECTIVES: 2 DATE: BASKETBALL . MAIN THEME: Dribble tag. the student has to leave the basketball on the floor and take another one. The teacher names one of the players “it”. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 2 power point). When the teacher blows the whistle. 14 . WARM-UP: Each student has a basketball. IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 2.To score .To introduce the man to man defence in a game.To improve the control of the ball with both hands with eyes up. and attempts to tag another one. Every pupil has a basketball. CONTENTS: . Basketball Activities. The players who are not “it” must dribble their basketballs too.Floor . Before the practical lesson starts. When “it” tags someone.Rebound .To tag . pupils without basketball have to jog wherever in the court.

The group loses one point each time that the ball touches the floor in the rebound. o The player who is “it” can dribble with either hand. - 2v2. Each player has the responsibility of defending one player of the opposite team. the defender has to be close to him/her and between the ball and the basket. one basketball for each group. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. the other players have to use their weak hand. Teacher’s guide. Man to man defence.TEAM SPORTS. If the opponent doesn’t have the basketball the defender has to separate a little bit from him/her and maintain eye contact with the opponent and with the ball. o - Two players are “it” at the same time. If the opponent has the basketball. Two groups. The winner is the group that gets 20 points in the first place. 15 . Lesson 2. calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. Basketball Activities. The group gets two points each time that someone of the group scores. Beatriz Ruiz. Teacher chooses a shooting spot for each team approximately the same distance from the basket.

Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. Lesson 2. 16 . adductors buttocks triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Basketball Activities.

17 . Basketball Activities. a) Travelling. h) Eight-seconds rule. students will work in the computer classroom.Basketball rules Students have to complete the following activities. 2. 4. two or three points for the score of the team. A player in possession of the ball has five seconds to pass. A player or the ball is out-of-bounds if (s)he/it touches the floor outside the boundary lines. c) Personal foul or illegal contact.To learn the basketball rules. i) Twenty-four-seconds rule. Beatriz Ruiz. If it’s possible.TEAM SPORTS. 3. CONTENTS: . A successful basket means one. e) Back court violation. When the team in possession passes the ball back into their own half of the court. Lesson 3. LESSON NUM. d) Basket. shoot or dribble the ball. so they have to be able to look for information on internet. Also if the player or the ball touches the line or some object situated out of the bounds. OBJECTIVES: 3 DATE: BASKETBALL . 1. Teacher’s guide. Match the names of the rules with the corresponding explanation. b) Double dribbling. g) Three-seconds rule. IES LA SÉNIA. f) Five-seconds rule. A. j) Out-of-bounds.

How many players have a basketball team in the court? Solution: Five IES LA SÉNIA. No player can stand inside the key more than three seconds. How long is a basketball match? How many parts does it have? Solution: Forty minutes. Solution: a) 8 b) 9 c) 5 d) 2 e) 1 f) 3 g) 7 h) 6 i) 10 j) 4 B. 18 . pushing. 1. Beatriz Ruiz. 8. Blocking. A team has eight seconds for advancing the ball over the centre line.TEAM SPORTS. Walking or running without dribbling. Lesson 3. 10. holding. Bounce – stop – bounce again. When a team has the ball. Basketball Activities. it has twenty-four seconds for trying a shoot at goal. 7. 6. Four parts of ten minutes. charging and tripping constitute a foul against the opponent. Teacher’s guide. 2. 5. 9. Answer the following questions.

TEAM SPORTS. Lesson 3. C. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz. 19 . Complete the picture with the words or phrases in the box below: backboard – back line – basket – centre line – free throw line – key – side line – three-points line – 28 meters – 15 meters Back line Key S i d e l i n e Free throw line Three-points line Centre line 28 meters Basket Backboard 15 meters IES LA SÉNIA. Basketball Activities.

Basketball Activities. D. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. Vocabulary box. IES LA SÉNIA. 20 . Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson 3.

To touch . Dribbling the ball backwards. Every pupil has a basketball. Right side: o o o Left step + shot. one.Chest pass .To train different sorts of passes with and without an opponent.Step . Each student with a basketball dribbling it in the middle of the playground. LESSON NUM. CONTENTS: . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 4 power point). 21 .Lay-ups . Basketball Activities.To favour the movement of the players without the basketball in attack. Lesson 4.Man to man defence . WARM-UP: Teacher marks each side of the playground with a number.Pass . Teacher says a number between 1 and 4 and students have to go as quick as possible to the side with the number. .To control the lay-up skill.Bounce pass KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. One bounce (right hand) at the same time as left step + right step + left step + shot.Backwards .Forwards . Teacher’s guide. Before the practical lesson starts. o o o o Right hand. The students have to practise the lay-ups step by step. Pupils have to go first to the number side and after to the opposite side. Right step + left step + shot. IES LA SÉNIA.Overhead pass .To work the man to man defence in a game. three and four. OBJECTIVES: 4 DATE: BASKETBALL . MAIN THEME: Lay-ups step by step.To catch . .Pass and go KEY VOCABULARY: . Beatriz Ruiz. two.Lay-up . . Left hand.TEAM SPORTS.

Left side: o o o Right step + shot. Beatriz Ruiz. and then goes to the end of that line. one in the middle. bounce or overhead passes. Man to man defence. The student with the ball passes to the first pupil who is two lines on his left. Left step + right step + shot. o o o Chest pass. IES LA SÉNIA. it’s compulsory to go to another place in the court when you pass the ball (pass and go). In attack. One ball is used. - All the students in a circle. We can’t pass back to the player who has passed us the ball. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. The receivers continue passing two lines on their left. It can be in the front of any of the five lines. Basketball Activities. The player in the middle goes to the circle if he just touches the ball. One bounce (left hand) at the same time as right step + left step + right step + shot. the student who has made the wrong pass goes to the middle. 22 . o o o We can’t pass to our right/left partner. They can do chest. If the player in the middle catches the ball. Overhead pass. Pupils are divided into five lines around a circle. - 3v3. The players of the circle can’t move and have to pass the basketball between them. Lesson 4. Bounce pass. moving quickly to that line.

23 .TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Lesson 4. Basketball Activities. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors external oblique trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz.

CONTENTS: . Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz.To improve the lay-up skill. WARM-UP: Each student with a basketball. They must score two no consecutive times in each basket. LESSON NUM. .Pass and go KEY VOCABULARY: .TEAM SPORTS.Man to man defence . .Free throw line / foul line . .Lay-ups . OBJECTIVES: 5 DATE: BASKETBALL . pupils have to do a lay-up and go to the end of the other line. 24 . Basketball Activities. MAIN THEME: Two lines in the centre line of the court.Lay-up .To work the man to man defence.Dribble .To score . IES LA SÉNIA.Back line KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. o o Right side. Lesson 5.To pick up .Right/left . Left side. Before the practical lesson starts.To dribble .To favour the movement of the players without the ball in attack. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 5 power point).Attack / defence .To train the speed dribbling.

the student who picks the ball up is the attacker and the pupil who doesn’t. Lesson 5. The student who does not pick up a basketball. has to do ten sit-ups. has to try to get one before the others arrive to the back line (committing no fouls). T IES LA SÉNIA. Basketballs (the same number of balls as pupils) in the free throw line. Teacher throws the basketball forward. Beatriz Ruiz. the students run toward the basketballs. o o o Right/left hand. - Two lines in the back line of the court. Teacher in the middle with a basketball. At the end. There is one basketball less than the number of pupils. pick them up and dribble up to the opposite back line of the court. the player without a basketball is out. 25 .TEAM SPORTS. When the teacher blows the whistle. The last one that arrives to the back line. Crossing over the ball. Teacher’s guide. Basketball Activities. - Pupils are lined in the back line of the court. They play in the opposite basket. is the defender.

- 2v2. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. calves quadriceps hamstrings deltoids pectorals triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. In attack. it’s compulsory to go to another place in the court when you pass the basketball (pass and go). COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Beatriz Ruiz. 26 . Basketball Activities. Lesson 5. Man to man defence.

TEAM SPORTS. OBJECTIVES: 6 DATE: BASKETBALL . James Naismith is known in the world as the inventor of basketball. so they have to be able to look for information on internet. basketball was born. The same year. Naismith wanted to practise a sport for playing inside during the cold winter in a small space. If it’s possible. Lesson 6. 27 . students will work in the computer class. LESSON NUM. they played with a football ball and two peach baskets as goals. He played a simple game known as duck-on-a-rock outside his school. Teacher’s guide. James Naismith was from Canada. Beatriz Ruiz. Basketball Activities. Complete the gaps with one word from the box. The game involved knocking a “duck” with a rock. ball – body – born – fist – from – goal – hands – inventor – opponent – peach – played – practise – rock – school – team – thirteen – time – winner– winter – world James Naismith Dr. he moved to the YMCA school. but in 1891. IES LA SÉNIA.To learn the origin of basketball CONTENTS: . in USA.Basketball history Students have to complete the following activities. A. The first time.

Similar rules Different rules 1. 8. You can’t shoulder. 3. B. strike or trip an opponent. the other team counts a goal. Compare the first basketball rules with the present rules. Answer the follow questions with a full sentence. Goal is when the ball goes into the basket and stays there. 4. 28 . You can hold the ball in the hands. At the beginning. If one team makes three consecutive fouls. basketball had thirteen rules. IES LA SÉNIA. 4. When was basketball born? Basketball was born in 1891. 6. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. but you can’t hold the ball with other part of your body. 2. 6. 7 D. Some of them are: 1. The winner is the side making the most goals at the end. C. push. Basketball Activities. You can bat the ball with one or two hands. Teacher’s guide. 5. Vocabulary box. basketball had thirteen rules. You can throw the ball in any direction with one or two hands. Who did invent basketball? James Naismith invented basketball. Beatriz Ruiz. 3. Where was James Naismith from? Jame Naismith was from Canada. The time is two 15-minute halves with five minutes' rest between. What did they use the first time they play basketball? They used a football ball and two peach baskets as goals. 7. Lesson 6. 5. 2. but never with the fist. 4. 5. Example: 1. Which ones are similar and which ones are different? Rule number 1 is done for you. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. hold.TEAM SPORTS. 8 2. 3. How many rules did basketball have at the beginning? At the beginning.

Before the practical lesson starts. WARM-UP: Each student with a basketball. Pupils have to go to the other side of the court dribbling two basketballs.Man to man defence KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. 29 . the other is waiting his/her turn. They must score one right side lay-up and one left side lay-up in each basket. .To dribble . Simultaneous bounce. LESSON NUM. jogging or running). OBJECTIVES: 7 DATE: BASKETBALL . One pupil is working. The goal is to eliminate players until there is one person left.Create space . IES LA SÉNIA.To bounce between the legs . .To train the shot. Dynamic (walking. one with each hand. o o Alternative bounce. The player has to bounce the basketball between his/her legs.To favour the movement of the attack players in the court.TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson 7. o o Static (standing up in one place).Create space and replace KEY VOCABULARY: .Key . One pupil is working.Shot .To improve the ball control.To lose the ball control . the other is waiting his/her turn. In pairs with two balls. CONTENTS: . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 7 power point).Free throw shot / foul shot . - Players line up around the key and rotate through the line shooting one free throw. MAIN THEME: One basketball each two students. Teacher’s guide.To score . Basketball Activities.Ball control .

o o Only one student can be eliminated at the same time. - 5v5. the players have to move to create free spaces than must be taken for the team mates. A pupil is eliminated when (s)he misses his/her free throw. Teacher’s guide. Man to man defence. scores his/hers. and the player behind him/her. 30 . All the previous students who have missed their throws are eliminated for the scorer. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors pectorals buttocks IES LA SÉNIA. Basketball Activities. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. In attack. Lesson 7.

31 . Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson 7. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Basketball Activities.

MAIN THEME: Two post are positioned at the elbows (P1 and P2). students change the role.Lay-up . as a shadow. Basketball Activities. each with a basketball. (s)he is going to receive and give back an extra pass from P1. IES LA SÉNIA. In his/her way.Elbow (in the court) KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. LESSON NUM. Students repeat the action in the opposite direction.Overhead pass .To practise lay-ups. 32 . with one ball that will be passed back and forth between the two lines. O1 follows his/her pass and goes to the end of the opposite line.To train the pass. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 8 power point). In pairs.Row/line .Tactics KEY VOCABULARY: .Lay-up . one opposite the other about 5-6 metres. CONTENTS: .Bounce pass . O1 starts with a ball and passes O2. WARM-UP: “The shadow”. . One of the pair has the ball and dribbles it around the court.TEAM SPORTS. Before the practical lesson starts.Chest pass .Pass . Lesson 8. . Beatriz Ruiz. Teacher’s guide. When teacher says.To apply tactics concepts we have worked on the lessons. Two lines of pupils. His/her partner has to follow him/her imitating all his/her movements.Shadow . one ball for each twos. OBJECTIVES: 8 DATE: BASKETBALL .

we’ll change to the left side. P2 and P3. IES LA SÉNIA. and makes a lay-up in the opposite basket. P6 goes to the end of the line and the player who has made the exercise goes to P1. After that. P3 to P4. Basketball Activities. 33 . Six students are posts (P1 to P6). P5 to P6. Teacher’s guide. P5 and P6. P4 to P5. P2 to P3. (S)He repeats the action in the other side of the court. P6 P5 P4 P1 P2 P3 - 3v3. with P4. Beatriz Ruiz. P1 goes to P2. The first in the line passes and receives back the ball to P1. Apply tactic concepts. Lesson 8. When pupils have practised on the right side. students change positions.TEAM SPORTS. P1 P2 8 6 4 2 1 3 5 7 9 - One line on the right side baseline of the court with two balls in the front.

Beatriz Ruiz. 34 . Basketball Activities. Lesson 8. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors buttocks trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles.TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide.

GROUP 1: pass game. Lesson 9. you have to explain and organize your game to your classmates. The winner is the team that gets more points. The students have to work the vocabulary of the game. Teacher’s guide. Basketball Activities.Games material . 35 . IES LA SÉNIA. . they have to play.Tactics Students are going to make 4 groups. The lesson day teacher tells you. One team wins one point when they get 10 passes. Beatriz Ruiz. You can make bounce passes. Rules: We need two teams and one ball. OBJECTIVES: 9 DATE: BASKETBALL .TEAM SPORTS. You can’t dribble. Read the exercise the teacher has given to your group and look up the vocabulary you don’t understand.To apply tactics concepts we have worked on the lessons. If the team loses the ball control. “10 PASSES” Names: Aim: To get 10 passes without losing the ball control. each group has to explain their game to the rest of the classmates and after that. At the corresponding class. CONTENTS: . the count starts again. Lesson number 9 Lesson number 10 Lesson number 11 Lesson number 12 Lesson number 13 Games distribution Group 1 exposition: pass Group 2 exposition: dribble Group 3 exposition: shot Group 4 exposition: pass A. Each group deals with a game. LESSON NUM.To prepare an activity to develop students oral skills.

If you lose the ball. “21” Names: Aim: To get twenty-one points. You score the free-throw shot and the rebound: 3 points. If you don’t catch the rebound before the ball touches the floor. GROUP 2: dribble game.TEAM SPORTS. two or three points whenever it is your turn: o o o o You don’t score any shot: 0 points. You only score the free-throw shot: 2 points. s/he can shoot again. The winner is the student who is not eliminated. you are out. You can get zero. You have to make the opponents lose the ball while you are bouncing yours. Basketball Activities. If s/he scores. “THE KING OF THE RING” Names: Aim: To hold your ball and beat the others. After the rebound you have to give the ball to the first one in the row. - You can’t run if you have the ball. Everybody has to dribble the ball all the time. If the shooter catches the rebound before the ball touches the floor. gets 2 points. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz. 36 . IES LA SÉNIA. If s/he scores. We play in a delimitated space. s/he gets 1 more point. The first one in the row shoots. Lesson 9. Rules: Everybody has a ball. Rules: A row in the free-throw line with one ball. GROUP 3: shot game. you can’t shoot again. one. You can’t commit personal fouls to get de ball. You only score the rebound: 1 point.

IES LA SÉNIA. The winner is the team that takes less time to beat the opposite team. “ELIMINATE STOPWATCH” Names: Aim: To beat the opposite team as quick as you can.TEAM SPORTS. Basketball Activities. You can’t run if you have the ball. MAIN THEME: 5v5. Beatriz Ruiz. Vocabulary box. You can’t dribble. One team has the ball until they beat the opposite team. Apply tactic concepts. GROUP 4: pass game. Teacher’s guide. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. students have to dribble to the nearest basket. Lesson 9. WARM-UP: Every student has a basketball and dribbles the ball all around the court. Rules: Two teams. 37 . The teacher checks the time one team needs to beat all the members of the other team. B. You eliminate a member of the opposite team if you touch him/her with the ball while you hold the ball with two hands. When the teacher blows the whistle. make a lay-up and dribble back to the middle of the court.

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KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Before the practical lesson starts, the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 10 power point).

WARM-UP: Every student has a basketball and dribbles the ball all around the court. When the teacher blows the whistle, students have to dribble to the furthest away basket, make a lay-up and dribble back to the middle of the court.

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“NBA 2 ball”. One player in each basket at the same time with a ball each. Every player has one minute to score as many baskets as possible from any of the designated shooting spots. Each shooting spot is worth a different point value, based on the difficulty of the basket (the point value is indicated inside the spots). The player has to pick up his/her ball after every shot (rebound). The players can’t shoot two consecutive times from the same spot. At the end, the players must have shot at least once from each spot. The winner is the player with the higher score.

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You have to make the opponents lose the ball while you are bouncing yours. o o If you lose the ball. When the teacher blows the whistle.To bounce . students have to cross over the ball and change the direction. OBJECTIVES: 11 DATE: BASKETBALL .Direction change KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Teacher’s guide.Baseball pass .Pass . LESSON NUM. you are out. 42 .Tactics KEY VOCABULARY: . Before the practical lesson starts. Six students are posts (P1 to P6).TEAM SPORTS. The first in the line passes the ball to P1 and goes to his/her place.To dribble .Exposition . .Dribble . . Basketball Activities. WARM-UP: Every student has a basketball and dribbles the ball all around the court.To train the dribble and the pass. We play in a delimitated space.To apply tactic concepts we have worked in the lessons. CONTENTS: . Rules: o o o o Everybody has a ball. The winner is the student who is not eliminated. One line on the right side baseline of the court with two balls in the front. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 11 power point).To improve English language skills. MAIN THEME: Exposition 2: dribble game: “THE KING OF THE RING” Aim: To hold your ball and beat the others. Lesson 11. P1 passes to P2 and goes to his/her IES LA SÉNIA.To cross over . Everybody has to dribble the ball all the time. Beatriz Ruiz.

P6 P5 P4 P2 P1 P3 - 3v3. Apply tactic concepts. Beatriz Ruiz. The last one. Teacher’s guide. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors buttocks triceps IES LA SÉNIA. goes to the end of the line. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Lesson 11. 43 . place and the action is repeated by the other players. Basketball Activities.TEAM SPORTS.

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MAIN THEME: Exposition 3: shot game: “21” Aim: To get twenty-one points. 45 .Blue . . students have to dribble looking for something with the colour and touch it. o If you don’t catch the rebound before the ball touches the floor. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 12 power point).Free-throw line .Yellow . The first one in the row shoots. two or three points whenever it is your turn: IES LA SÉNIA. gets 2 points. When the teacher says the name of a colour. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS.Grey KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. If the shooter catches the rebound before the ball touches the floor. OBJECTIVES: 12 DATE: BASKETBALL .White . CONTENTS: . one.To improve English language skills. o After the rebound you have to give the ball to the first one in the row.Exposition . .To bother . o You can get zero.Tactics KEY VOCABULARY: . If s/he scores. Beatriz Ruiz.To catch .Shot .Black . Rules: o o o A row in the free-throw line with one ball. If s/he scores.Pink . WARM-UP: Every student has a basketball and dribbles the ball all around the court.Dribble .Red . LESSON NUM.To train the shot and the dribble.Rebound .Green . s/he can shoot again.To apply tactic concepts we have worked on the lessons. s/he gets 1 more point. Before the practical lesson starts. Lesson 12. you can’t shoot again. Basketball Activities.

All of them have to dribble at the same time in a space smaller each time. Left hand. You only score the rebound: 1 point. You score the free-throw shot and the rebound: 3 points. If you are touched. Lesson 12. 46 . you are out. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Teacher’s guide. Who is the one that eliminates all the others? o o Right hand. You don’t score any shot: 0 points. The player who looses the ball control is out.TEAM SPORTS. It’s not allowed to bother the other players. all of them start to dribble in the same direction. trying to touch the player in front of them. - 4v4. You only score the free-throw shot: 2 points. Basketball Activities. - Each student has a basketball and positions themselves as in the graphic. calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz. Apply tactic concepts. - Each student has a basketball. When the teacher blows the whistle.

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If someone doesn’t have a group. o o o You can’t dribble. You eliminate a member of the opposite team if you touch him/her with the ball while you hold the ball with two hands. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 13 power point). LESSON NUM. CONTENTS: . The teacher checks the time one team needs to beat all the members of the other team. .To improve English language skills. WARM-UP: Every student has a basketball and dribbles the ball all around the court. Teacher’s guide.To apply tactic concepts we have worked on the lessons. Before the practical lesson starts.TEAM SPORTS. Rules: o o o Two teams. You can’t run if you have the ball. One team has the ball until they beat the opposite team.To train the pass and the lay-ups.Exposition . IES LA SÉNIA. students have to make groups with so many people as teacher has said. Basketball Activities. MAIN THEME: Exposition 4: pass game: “ELIMINATE STOPWATCH” Aim: To beat the opposite team as quick as you can. Beatriz Ruiz. (s)he will have to do five sit-ups. .Pass .Numbers up to 10 KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT.Tactics KEY VOCABULARY: .Lay-up .Sit-up . Lesson 13. Students have to dribble the ball to make the groups.Lay-ups . 48 . OBJECTIVES: 13 DATE: BASKETBALL . When the teacher says a number.Basket .

- Each student has a basketball and has to do three lay-ups in the right side and three in the left side of each basket (twelve lay-ups in total). o The winner is the team that takes less time to beat the opposite team. calves quadriceps hamstrings deltoids pectorals triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz. Apply tactic concepts. Teacher’s guide. Students have to count how many baskets they score. We repeat the exercise twice. and the second time. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. - 5v5. students have to try to improve their first score. 49 . Lesson 13. Basketball Activities.TEAM SPORTS.

To bounce . One ball for each pair.TEAM SPORTS. One of the pair is jogging around the court while his/her partner scores once in each basket. WARM-UP: In pairs. After the last cone. LESSON NUM. Beatriz Ruiz.Lay-up . .To improve English language skills.Pass KEY VOCABULARY: .Lay-ups .Overhead pass KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. When the player with the ball has completed the scores.Bounce pass . Teacher’s guide. Students have to dribble between the cones crossing over the ball. Before the practical lesson starts. OBJECTIVES: 14 DATE: BASKETBALL .To dribble . MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 1: dribble and lay-up. IES LA SÉNIA.Chest pass . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 14 power point).To practise the practical exam about basic techniques and skills. Lesson 14. pupils have to continue the dribble and make a lay-up.Dribble . CONTENTS: . o o Right side. Basketball Activities. the pair switches roles. Left side. 50 .

TEAM SPORTS. In pairs. Students can go and come back along the court as many times as they need to complete the exercise. each pair has to make thirty passes. Lesson 14. - Exam exercise 2: pass. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz. It means that. 51 . calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. ten bounce passes and ten overhead passes between both. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. students have to make ten chest passes. in total. Students have to jog at the same time they are making the passes. Basketball Activities.

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Left side. LESSON NUM. MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 1: dribble and lay-up. 53 . calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 15.TEAM SPORTS. Basketball Activities. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. OBJECTIVES: 15 DATE: BASKETBALL . (See technique assessment sheet) o o Right side. Beatriz Ruiz.To assess exercise 1 of the practical exam about basic techniques and skills.Lay-ups WARM-UP: To practise exam exercise 1.Dribble . CONTENTS: . Teacher’s guide.

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LESSON NUM. Teacher’s guide.To assess exercise 2 of the practical exam about basic techniques and skills. calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. CONTENTS: .Pass WARM-UP: To practise exam exercise 2. OBJECTIVES: 16 DATE: BASKETBALL . Beatriz Ruiz. MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 2: pass. 55 . (See technique assessment sheet) COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Basketball Activities. Lesson 16.

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Basketball Activities. Left hand. LESSON NUM. CONTENTS: Individual tactics.TEAM SPORTS. (See tactic assessment sheet) IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 17. Create and take up space. MAIN THEME: - Tactic exam: 5v5. Teacher’s guide. WARM-UP: - To dribble the ball in the court as is shown in the graphic. Beatriz Ruiz. 57 . Students always have to do forward movements. OBJECTIVES: 17 DATE: BASKETBALL . o o Right hand.To assess basketball tactics in a match. Pass and go.

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(See tactic assessment sheet) IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. Pass and go. o o Right hand. 59 . WARM-UP: - To dribble the ball in the court as is shown in the graphic. Teacher’s guide. Create and take up space. When students go back to the previous cone. Lesson 18.To assess basketball tactics in a match. LESSON NUM. Beatriz Ruiz. CONTENTS: Individual tactics. Basketball Activities. they have to do a backward movement dribbling the ball. Left hand. OBJECTIVES: 18 DATE: BASKETBALL . MAIN THEME: - Tactic exam: 5v5.

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1. Teacher’s guide. dig Tactic: 4v4 (applying all the tactic concepts) 11 Exposition 3: service exercise Technique and skill: volley. dig. Activity: VOLLEYBALL Order: 2 Number of sessions: 17 Term: FIRST SESSION NUMBER 1 CONTENTS Technique and skill: volley (overhead pass) Tactic: 2v2 (volley pass) Technique and skill: dig (forearm pass) Tactic: 2v2 (volley or dig pass) Rules (theory) Technique and skill: underhand service Tactic: 2v2 (three hits game) Technique and skill: volley. service. service IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Schedule 2. dig. 61 .TEAM SPORTS. service. Schedule. 2. service Tactic: 3v3 (three hits game. rotation) Volleyball history (theory) Technique and skill: volley. volley Tactic: 4v4 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 2: dig exercise 10 Technique and skill: volley. Beatriz Ruiz. dig. VOLLEYBALL. service Tactic: 3v3 (applying all the tactic concepts) Preparing expositions (give material to pupils) Tactic: 3v3 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 1: volley exercise 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Technique and skill: dig.

Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Schedule Tactic: 4v4 (applying all the tactic concepts) Exposition 4: volley exercise 12 Technique and skill: dig.TEAM SPORTS. service. Teacher’s guide. volley Tactic: 4v4 (applying all the tactic concepts) 13 14 15 16 17 Explanation and training about technique and skill practical exam Technique and skill exam Technique and skill exam Tactic exam Tactic exam IES LA SÉNIA. 62 .

to play the games with sportsmanship.Experiment with different game situations . Aims: To develop volleyball techniques and skills and volleyball tactics.Create a fair play atmosphere .Volleyball skills . Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills.Apply volleyball tactic principles .Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports .Present simple/continuous .Encourage students to satisfy their curiosity for knowledge . Teacher’s guide. to apply volleyball techniques. CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Past simple/continuous . to interpret different situations in the game.2. Timing: 14 Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… lessons to apply the rules in the games. A. 63 . skills and tactics.Have to / don’t have to .Volleyball rules COGNITION . VOLLEYBALL TECHNIQUES. Beatriz Ruiz.Must / mustn’t . CONTENT .According to the class development ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to practise and demonstrate volleyball techniques and skills and volleyball tactics.Tactics KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to develop volleyball techniques. skills and tactics.TEAM SPORTS.Skills .Present/past perfect .Facilitate students participation on equal terms regardless of sex and individual level IES LA SÉNIA. Level: 2n ESO to play the games using basic volleyball techniques. to apply volleyball techniques.According to the lesson .Conditional ■ Language for learning Understanding messages Creating messages Asking doubts Expressing actions Understanding game situations ■ Language through learning .Volleyball techniques . SKILLS AND TACTICS Topic: . Volleyball Practices Lesson Plan 2.Techniques .Apply volleyball techniques and skills .Should / shouldn’t . TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to understand the teacher’s explanations. Lesson Plans.Can / can’t . to use verbal and non verbal language to communicate.Solve game situations COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning . skills and tactics when playing the game. skills and tactics.Volleyball tactics .

Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… Level: 2n ESO to look up new vocabulary. Teacher’s guide. team. to look for information on internet. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to understand the rules to apply them when they play.According to the class development ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to know how the volleyball court is and which ones the main rules in volleyball are. 3) Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. Timing: 1 lesson to develop strategies to understand the contents.Can / can’t . rotation .Present simple . to know the main rules in volleyball. VOLLEYBALL RULES Topic: Volleyball KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… rules to know the volleyball court. service.Appreciate the importance of the fair play . net. 64 .TEAM SPORTS.Key vocabulary: court.Appreciate the necessity of the rules in the games .Understanding volleyball rules . Volleyball Rules Lesson Plan B.Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports ■ Language through learning . IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz. CONTENT Volleyball rules COGNITION Increasing the knowledge about the volleyball rules COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning .Have to / must ■ Language for learning . score. taking into account it’s (lesson number the first time they learn a subject using English as a learning language.Identifying the volleyball court CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP . Aims: To know the main volleyball rules.

when.Appreciate how something can change along the time . Beatriz Ruiz. Level: 2n ESO Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… to look for information on the internet. IES LA SÉNIA. player.Key vocabulary: mix.To be born ■ Language for learning . where and how” using the past simple.Comparing volleyball rules along the time ■ Language through learning .TEAM SPORTS. where and how volleyball was born. Timing: 1 to develop strategies to understand the contents. taking into account it’s lesson (lesson the first time they learn a subject using English as a learning language. 65 .Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to say who. win . who invented it and where it was invented. Aims: To know who. score. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… Subject: PE to answer questions about “who. rules.Participle .Appreciate how something can start according to a necessity in an specific moment of the history . when and where volleyball was born and its development in the time. rotation.Completing phrases . court. when. team. Volleyball History Lesson Plan C.To be from .According to the class development CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Answering questions . to know some aspects about volleyball evolution. VOLLEYBALL HISTORY Topic: Volleyball history KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to know when volleyball was born. Teacher’s guide.Present and past simple . number 6) Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. CONTENT Volleyball history COGNITION COMUNICATION Increase the knowledge about the volleyball origin ■ Language of learning .

Solve game situations COMUNICATION ■ Language of learning . Methodological skills: Pupils will be able… to read and understand the rules of the games. to interpret different situations in the game. to explain game rules.Key vocabulary: volley.Apply volleyball rules . Volleyball Games Lesson Plan D. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. service. to toss.According to the class development CULTURE/CITIZENSHIP .Have to ■ Language for learning Expressing rules Understanding rules Developing cooperative actions ■ Language through learning .Volleyball games COGNITION . VOLLEYBALL GAMES Topic: Games KEY SKILLS: Pupils will be able… to understand simple rules.Present simple . to look up new vocabulary. IES LA SÉNIA. to use English to communicate. to play the games with sportsmanship. CONTENT . to feed. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Communicative skills: Pupils will be able… to understand the rules of the games.Create a fair-play atmosphere .Can / can’t . receiver . Subject: PE Level: 2n ESO Timing: 10-20 minutes in 5 lesson (from lesson number 8 to 12) Aims: To develop speaking skills and volleyball skills.Appreciate English as a tool to learn about games and sports ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Pupils should be able to explain rules to their classmates and to practise volleyball skills.Volleyball rules . Beatriz Ruiz. 66 . to speak in front of their classmates in English. Personal skills: Pupils will be able… to apply previous knowledge and skills. dig.

3. Teacher’s guide. DIAGRAM LEGEND Player with the ball Player without the ball Cones Ball Movement without the ball Pass IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities 2. 67 .TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. Activities.

Volley pass (overhead pass) . At the same time pupils have to: o o o Lap 1: make the ball go around the waist. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 1 power point). Pupils have to jog two laps in each direction.To learn and practice the volley pass technique (overhead pass). Lap 3: throw the ball and catch it after one bounce (try to throw the ball further away every time). Lap 2: the same movement in the opposite direction.Court .Net KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT.Volleyball .Lap . CONTENTS: . MAIN THEME: In pairs.Volley pass / overhead pass . WARM-UP: Each student has a ball. next time (s)he has to try four. 68 . Volleyball Activities. one ball for each two pupils.2v2 (volley pass) KEY VOCABULARY: .Waist . If the student gets three consecutive volley passes. Student has to control the ball all the time. Students try to do three consecutive overhead passes to themselves. How many consecutives volley passes are they able to do without loosing the control of the ball? o o One bounce is allowed. o Lap 4: throw the ball and catch it without bouncing it (try to throw the ball higher every time). Students repeat the previous exercise using the wall as a support. IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz.Wall . Lesson 1. Before the practical lesson starts. LESSON NUM.TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide. With no bounce. OBJECTIVES: 1 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . five and so on.

One bounce of the ball before each touch is allowed. They start the game with a volley pass. They have to volley the ball over the net. They can do as many touches as they want. Pupils can only use the volley pass to play. Volleyball Activities. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. - Pairs position themselves in each side of the net. Teacher’s guide. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. How many passes are they able to do maintaining the control of the ball? - 2v2. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors external oblique trapezium IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 1. 69 .

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- To learn and practise the dig pass technique (forearm pass). - To play the game using both dig pass and volley passes. CONTENTS: - Dig pass (forearm pass) - 2v2 (dig and volley passes) KEY VOCABULARY: - To jog - To clap - To feed - Head - Forearm - Back

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KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Before the practical lesson starts, the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 2 power point).

WARM-UP: Each student has a ball. Pupils have to jog two laps in each direction. At the same time pupils have to: o o o Lap 1: make the ball go around the head. Lap 2: the same movement in the opposite direction. Lap 3: throw the ball and catch it after clapping once, twice, three times and so on. o Lap 4: throw the ball and catch it in your back.

MAIN THEME: In pairs, one ball for each two pupils. One of the students has to feed the ball to his/her partner. The other tries to do a dig pass to him/herself and catch the ball to become the feeder. The ball has to go up with control after the dig. When the student controls the ball several times, (s)he tries to do two, three, four… consecutives dig passes to him/herself before catching the ball. Students repeat the previous exercise using the wall as a support. How many consecutives dig passes are they able to do without loosing the control of the ball? o o One bounce is allowed. With no bounce.

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Your team has to serve in the correct order. You can’t touch the ball two consecutive times. palm or throw the ball. 7. 5. The players have to rotate each time they win the serve. There are six players in each team. either above or below the net. 12. The player starts the game from any part of the service area. Teacher’s guide. If the ball touches the net in the serve. You can’t carry. 15. OBJECTIVES: 3 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .TEAM SPORTS. 11. IES LA SÉNIA. and goes over it to the other side. 4. Complete the gaps with one word from the box. A ball touching a boundary line is good. Volleyball Activities. good – area – team – three – lines – wins – twenty-five – rotate – players – six – body – correct – service – match – two – volley – dig – court – ball – sets 1.To learn the volleyball rules. One team wins the set. the game continues. 8. You can’t touch the net with any part of the body. you must hit it (volley or dig). 13. Your can play the ball out of the boundary lines.Volleyball rules A. 74 . 3. 9. One team can do three hits every time the ball is in their side. Lesson 3. LESSON NUM. Players have to rotate in a clockwise manner. when they get twenty-five points. 2. You can’t cross to the opponent half court. 14. CONTENTS: . Beatriz Ruiz. 6. 10. when they get three sets. One team wins the match.

B. 75 .TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide. Complete the picture with the words or phrases in the box below: frontcourt – backcourt – net – service area – side line – attack line – 18 meters – 9 meters – 3 meters – 6 meters service area s i d e l i n e backcourt attack line frontcourt net 18 meters 3 meters 6 meters 9 meters IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities. Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson 3.

C. 10 SCORING 5. Lesson 3. 12. 15 D. Teacher’s guide. 9. Beatriz Ruiz. 3. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. Vocabulary box. 13. SERVICE 1. 4. 14 PLAYING THE GAME 2. 11. Complete the table writing the numbers of the rules of the exercise A in the correct column. IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. Number one is done for you. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. 8. 6 ROTATION 7. Volleyball Activities. 76 .

77 .Service area . . Teacher’s guide.Underhand service . Students have to go to the opposite side of the court. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 4 power point). WARM-UP: Students in twos with one ball for the pair positioned as in the graphic. Beatriz Ruiz. Overhead (two hands). Lesson 4.TEAM SPORTS. (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) IES LA SÉNIA.To play the game using dig pass and volley pass and underhand service. .To play the game as a team.To learn and practise the underhand serve.2v2 (three hits) KEY VOCABULARY: . make 5 passes against the wall. Before the practical lesson starts.Server . Right hand. OBJECTIVES: 4 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .To catch .To serve .Underhand service KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Volleyball Activities. Left hand. CONTENTS: . come back and give the ball to his/her partner. Passes have to be done: o o o o Underarm (two hands). LESSON NUM.

Volleyball Activities. students switch positions. IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. Every three services. one on each side of the volleyball court. One ball per pair. students have to try to make the services further away from the wall. Lesson 4. From the service area. 78 . the other waits his/her turn. The partner has to catch the ball and repeat the action from the service area of his/her side of the court. The student with the ball has to be in the service area and serves to his/her partner. Beatriz Ruiz. The first one who completes the round is the winner. Students have to follow the numbers of the areas. MAIN THEME: In twos. Teacher will put a mark on the wall representing the height of the net. students have to score one serve in each of the areas marked in the opposite half court. make a competition against his/her partner. (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) - In twos. o o Students can choose the area they try to hit. The students have to make services against the wall over the mark. Service area Service area - Students. Teacher’s guide. one works. Every time that it is a new turn. in pairs.

COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. It is compulsory for the students to do three hits in the game. 5 4 Service area 6 3 1 2 - 2v2. Beatriz Ruiz. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors pectorals buttocks NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. 79 . Lesson 4. Teacher’s guide. Volleyball Activities.TEAM SPORTS.

.TEAM SPORTS. make 5 passes against the wall.To catch .To improve the service. WARM-UP: Students in twos with one ball for the pair positioned as in the graphic. LESSON NUM. 5 consecutive volley passes with no bounce between touches. the volley and the dig.To play the game as a team.Dig (forearm pass) . 5 consecutive dig passes with no bounce between touches. OBJECTIVES: 5 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . Lesson 5.3v3 (three touches) KEY VOCABULARY: . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 5 power point).Rotation rule . . Passes have to be done: o o o o 5 consecutive volley passes with one bounce between each touch. CONTENTS: .Basketball key . Teacher’s guide.Dig pass . 5 consecutive dig passes with one bounce between each touch.Volley pass . 80 .Volley (overhead pass) .Rotation KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Before the practical lesson starts. Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities.Underhand service .To apply the rotation rule in the game. come back and give the ball to his/her partner.Underhand service . (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) IES LA SÉNIA.Basket . Students have to go to the opposite side of the court.

The partner has to receive the ball using a dig pass. Lesson 5. (S)He attempts to set the ball into the basket making a volley pass (overhead pass) after tossing the ball to him/herself. Beatriz Ruiz. The winner is the first pupil who completes the journey. The student with the ball has to be in the service area and serves to his/her partner. Teacher’s guide. Teacher introduces rotation rule. Volleyball Activities. 9 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 - In twos.TEAM SPORTS. A player begins at the first mark. If the player is successful. one on each side of the volleyball court. Service area Service area - 3v3. IES LA SÉNIA. catch it and repeat the action from the service area of his/her side of the court. Pupils play using the underhand service and three compulsory touches. it’s next player turn. One ball per pair. 81 . MAIN THEME: Teacher marks different points around the basketball key (see graphic below). (s)he moves to the next mark until (s)he misses. At this time.

COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles.TEAM SPORTS. Lesson 5. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors buttocks trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. 82 .

A. born in New York. decided to mix elements of basketball. years – sport – number – 25 – handball – new – three – court – violent – players – name – world – team – score – rotation – rules – volleyball – intense – win – basketball In 1995. originally called “Mintonette”. volleyball. tennis and handball to create a new game. volleyball. Morgan Only twelve kilometres and four years separate both. They new name was more descriptive. Complete the gaps with one word from the box.TEAM SPORTS. the sport of volleyball was 100 years old. If it’s possible. and today. But Morgan needed a game less violent and less intense for older players. students will work in the computer class. LESSON NUM. there are more than 800 million players in the world. William G. so they have to be able to look for information on internet. Teacher’s guide. CONTENTS: . 83 .Volleyball history Students have to complete the following activities. basketball. William G. The history of volleyball is close to another popular court game. Changes were immediately made in the game: One of the first changes was the name. In 1895. Morgan. OBJECTIVES: 6 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities. baseball.To learn the origin of volleyball. Lesson 6. The sport originated in United States. IES LA SÉNIA.

2. - The rotation has been part of the game from the beginning. Who did invent volleyball? William G. tennis and handball. Lesson 6. Which was the first name of the volleyball? The first name of the volleyball was Mintonette. Which sports did William G. Same rules Different rules Rotation Number of players. B. Example: 1. When was volleyball born? Volleyball was born in 1895. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. Teacher’s guide. Morgan was from New York. Morgan mix to create volleyball? He mixed elements of basketball. Beatriz Ruiz. Which ones are the same and which ones are different? Use exercise A to set the answers.TEAM SPORTS. 4. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. a team had to score 21 points to win a game. the number was reduced to 15. the number was established at three. C. The first rules allowed an unlimited number of hits. The number was set at nine and later to six. Vocabulary box. a team had as many players as it wanted. Where was William G. - Originally. 84 . In 1917. Morgan from? William G. IES LA SÉNIA. Answer the follow questions with a full sentence. baseball. - Under the original rules. 3. Compare the first volleyball rules with the present rules. score D. later. 5. Volleyball Activities. Today it’s 25. number of hits. Morgan invented basketball.

Before the practical lesson starts.To run .To jog . CONTENTS: . LESSON NUM. Teacher’s guide.Volley pass .TEAM SPORTS. Volleyball Activities.Service area . three touches) KEY VOCABULARY: . Beatriz Ruiz. WARM-UP: Students in twos with one ball for the pair positioned as in the graphic.To play the game as a team.Underhand service . 10 consecutive dig passes to themselves.Rotation KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. Exercise area IES LA SÉNIA. . the volley and the dig.Volley pass / overhead pass . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 7 power point). .Dig pass . 85 .3v3 (rotation rule.To improve the service. Students have to jog to the opposite side of the court and make the following exercises trying no to loose the control of the ball: o o 10 consecutive volley passes to themselves.To apply the rules in the game.To achieve .Underarm service . Lesson 7. OBJECTIVES: 7 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .Dig pass / forearm pass .

In fours. Which group achieves 10 passes? o o o Students can only make volley passes. When they loose the control of the ball.TEAM SPORTS. Player O1 has to do an underhand service from the service area. Lesson 7. Service area IES LA SÉNIA. two pupils in each side of the net. Students can only make dig passes. The second student has to repeat the action. Students have to do as many touches as they can without loosing the control of the ball. one ball per group. Students have to apply the rules and it’s compulsory to play with three touches in each side. 1 2 Service area 3 4 - 3v3. volley pass and dig pass are allowed. 86 . Students will do five services each one. player number two will make the service. Both. Beatriz Ruiz. On the other side. make the underhand service to his/her partner and run again until the initial place. players O2 and O4 are ready to receive the ball (any of them) and to do as many touches between them (O2 and O4) as they can. the student with the ball has to run to the opposite side. - With the same organisation. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide. MAIN THEME: In fours. one ball per group.

Teacher’s guide. Lesson 7. Volleyball Activities. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Beatriz Ruiz. 87 . calves quadriceps hamstrings deltoids external oblique trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS.

Read the exercise the teacher has given to your group and look up the vocabulary you don’t understand. CONTENTS: . they have to play. each group has to explain their game to the rest of the classmates and after that.To apply the concepts we have worked on the lessons. you have to explain and organize your game to your classmates. the game continues with O3. (s)he gets two points and goes to the end of the line. The lesson day teacher tells you. IES LA SÉNIA. in a row facing the basket. Lesson 8. Teacher’s guide. Lesson number 8 Lesson number 9 Lesson number 10 Lesson number 11 Lesson number 12 Games distribution Group 1 exposition: volley Group 2 exposition: dig Group 3 exposition: service Group 4 exposition: volley A. If (s)he scores. LESSON NUM. “THE SETTING GAME” Names: Aim: To get more points than the other players. GROUP 1: volley pass game. Each group deals with a game. 88 . (s)he gets two points.Games material .3v3 Students are going to make 4 groups. Game: The players position themselves in the basketball free-throw shot line. Player O1 tosses the ball to him/herself and attempts to score in the basket using the volley pass. OBJECTIVES: 8 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . Beatriz Ruiz. If O2 scores after one bounce. (s)he only gets one point.To prepare an activity to develop students oral skills. If O2 doesn’t score. If (s)he doesn’t score. The students have to work the vocabulary of the game. At the corresponding class.TEAM SPORTS. If (s)he gets directly the rebound and scores. Volleyball Activities. . O2 can try to score using again the volley pass.

A serving error (if you are starting the game with the service) is a point for the receiver. a basket and one volleyball ball. One player wins points when s(he) scores a basket using the volley pass (overhead pass). Beatriz Ruiz. the game starts again with player O2. The receiver has to pass the ball to the target using the dig pass. the server can just feed the ball). The winner of the game will play against the target. o Score after the rebound with one bounce of the ball: 1 point. Lesson 8. Game: We have three players. the point is awarded to the receiver. Rules: We need two players or more. the server (S). IES LA SÉNIA. The winner is the player who gets more points. Teacher’s guide. The server serves the ball to the receiver (if the players are not still good enough at serving. who was the following in the line. O4…. At this moment. the point goes to the server. 1 2 3 4 5 GROUP 2: dig game. “THREE POINTS” Names: Aim: To score three consecutive points. Score after the rebound without any bounce of the ball: 2 points. the receiver (R) and the target (T).TEAM SPORTS. If the target can catch the ball with one step without moving the pivot foot. If the pass is not acceptable. until the ball bounces more than once. o o Direct score: 2 points. The first player who scores three points in a row wins the game. 89 . Volleyball Activities.

Every twos need a ball. and so on). The target counts the points of each player. The server can only use the underhand service. However. if the second player misses. The opposite half court has six areas marked on the floor. Lesson 8. If the first player misses his/her service. the players switch roles and the first becomes the second and the second becomes the first. You only pick up a letter if you are the second player. The first player predicts the area where (s)he is going to put the ball. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. R. If the second player successfully duplicates the first player’s service. O. The game continues until a player spells “HORSE”. Game: Students play 1v1. R S T GROUP 3: service game. Rules: The receiver can only use the dig pass. the score remains the same. then (s)he picks up a letter (H. IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities. 90 . Beatriz Ruiz. “HORSE” Names: Aim: To beat the opponent player. Rules: Players can only use underhand service.

Volleyball Activities. students play 2v2. Three contacts are allowed on each side. 5 4 S 6 3 1 2 GROUP 4: volley pass game. The court is 9 meters wide and 3 meters long. WARM-UP: Every student has a ball and run all through the court with it. Lesson 8. IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. B. The only contact allowed is the volley pass. When the teacher blows the whistle. students have to stop and make 3 volley passes and 3 dig passes to themselves. Write in the box the vocabulary you have had to look up. Rules: Three touches maximum. Each student completes the box with his/her vocabulary. Players can only use the volley pass. The service can be done using the underhand service or a volley pass. Vocabulary box. 91 . “SHORT COURT GAME” Names: Aim: To get 10 points before the opponent. Teacher’s guide. One player can’t make two consecutive touches. Beatriz Ruiz. Game: In pairs.

MAIN THEME: 3v3. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. Apply game concepts. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors pectorals triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. 92 . Volleyball Activities. Lesson 8.

If O2 doesn’t score. the volley pass and the dig pass. (s)he only gets one point.Volley pass . IES LA SÉNIA. Game: The players position themselves in the basketball free-throw shot line. the game starts again with player O2. (s)he gets two points and goes to the end of the line.Underhand serve . Lesson 9. (s)he gets two points. Beatriz Ruiz. the game continues with O3.To improve English language skills. O4…. Students with the ball have to call the name of one without ball and pass it to him/her. If (s)he doesn’t score.TEAM SPORTS.Left . If O2 scores after one bounce. in a row facing the basket. Teacher’s guide. Player O1 tosses the ball to him/herself and attempts to score in the basket using the volley pass. until the ball bounces more than once. Volleyball Activities. If (s)he scores. . .Right .Feeder / To feed KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT.Exposition . If (s)he gets directly the rebound and scores.To apply concepts we have worked on the lessons.To call . MAIN THEME: Exposition 1: volley pass game: “THE SETTING GAME” Aim: To get more points than the other players. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 9 power point).To improve the service. who was the following in the line. Before the practical lesson starts.4v4 KEY VOCABULARY: .Side steps . OBJECTIVES: 9 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .Tosser / To toss . LESSON NUM.Dig pass . O2 can try to score using again the volley pass. 93 . WARM-UP: Half of the students have a ball. All of them (the ones who have a ball and the ones who don’t) run wherever they want in the court. At this moment. CONTENTS: .

They repeat the exercise 10 times and switch positions. 94 . Lesson 9. 1 2 3 4 5 - Two players with one ball. Teacher’s guide. o Score after the rebound with one bounce of the ball: 1 point. Score after the rebound without any bounce of the ball: 2 points. Volleyball Activities. who has to dig the ball back to the tosser. has to do side steps to arrive to the ball and hit it from a correct position. The tosser (T) has the ball and passes it in any direction (right or left) to his/her partner.TEAM SPORTS. The winner is the player who gets more points. Rules: We need two players or more. One player wins points when s(he) scores a basket using the volley pass (overhead pass). The player who makes the dig. a basket and one volleyball ball. o o Direct score: 2 points. Beatriz Ruiz. T IES LA SÉNIA.

Lesson 9. - In twos. Service area Service area - 4v4. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Teacher’s guide. The student with the ball has to be in the service area and serves to his/her partner. catch it and repeat the action from the service area of his/her side of the court. Volleyball Activities.TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. one on each side of the volleyball court. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors buttocks triceps IES LA SÉNIA. Apply game concepts. One ball per pair. The partner has to receive the ball using a dig pass. 95 .

NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. 96 . Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide. Lesson 9.

97 . 2 1 IES LA SÉNIA. LESSON NUM. One ball per pair. Before the practical lesson starts. WARM-UP: Students in pairs in one side of the court.Catch .Net .Straight .Wall . Beatriz Ruiz.Over .Cross KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. When (s)he arrives to the net. Teacher’s guide.Under .Dig pass .To apply concepts we have worked on the lessons.Exposition . the volley pass and the dig pass. (s)he continuous until the end of the court and repeats the action to come back.A line .To improve English language skills. Volleyball Activities. . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 10 power point). Lesson 10. (s)he has to throw the ball over the net and (s)he has to pass under it to catch the ball in the other side. After that. CONTENTS: . The first has to run until the opposite side of the court.4v4 KEY VOCABULARY: .Underhand service . .TEAM SPORTS.Volley pass .To improve the service. Students repeat the exercise 5 times. OBJECTIVES: 10 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .

98 . Lesson 10. The target counts the points of each player. the receiver (R) and the target (T). The first of the line has the ball. One ball per group. the point is awarded to the receiver. the server can just feed the ball). the point goes to the server. 2 and finally 1. The winner of the game will play against the target. A serving error (if you are starting the game with the service) is a point for the receiver. The group makes a line opposite the wall. Game: We have three players. Volleyball Activities. next time they have to do only 4 consecutive touches per person. the server (S). If the pass is not acceptable. MAIN THEME: Exposition 2: dig game: “THREE POINTS” Aim: To score three consecutive points. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. R S T - Groups of four pupils. IES LA SÉNIA. Rules: The receiver can only use the dig pass. The receiver has to pass the ball to the target using the dig pass. If the target can catch the ball with one step without moving the pivot foot. Teacher’s guide. The server serves the ball to the receiver (if the players are not still good enough at serving. The first player who scores three points in a row wins the game. 3. The server can only use the underhand service. If students achieve the exercise. Next of the line is ready to start his/her turn without stopping the ball. (S)He has to feed the ball to him/herself and volley 5 consecutive times against the wall.

The player who receives the ball repeats the action. Teacher’s guide. o o Straight service. One ball per eight students on the top of one of the lines. Students have to try to maintain the control of the ball as much as possible. Only one touch is allowed in each side. Volleyball Activities. IES LA SÉNIA. (S)He has to serve to the line in front of him/her and go to the end of his/her own line. (5) - Two groups of four pupils. The player with the ball has to volley the ball to the first student of the opposite line and go at the end of his/her line. - Each fours in one of the back lines of the court. The groups situated in a line one opposite the other in each side of the net. Lesson 10. Cross-court service. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. 99 . The first of one line with a ball.

calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors external oblique trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Teacher’s guide. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. Apply game concepts. Volleyball Activities.TEAM SPORTS. Lesson 10. 100 . - 4v4. Beatriz Ruiz.

o o Volley pass. Beatriz Ruiz.Volley pass . Teacher’s guide.To apply concepts we have worked on the lessons.To improve English language skills. the volley pass and the dig pass. every pair has a ball.To improve the service. They have to jog to the other side of the court and come back making passes to themselves trying no to loose the ball control. .To feed .Dig pass .To jog . the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 11 power point). Dig pass. Before the practical lesson starts. Repeat the action twice. Volleyball Activities. LESSON NUM.4v4 KEY VOCABULARY: .Underhand service .To achieve . IES LA SÉNIA.Underhand service KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. WARM-UP: In twos.Volley pass . 101 . OBJECTIVES: 11 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . Lesson 11. CONTENTS: . .TEAM SPORTS.Exposition .Dig pass .

IES LA SÉNIA. They have to arrive to the other side of the net making controlled passes over the net. Beatriz Ruiz. and so on). However. You only pick up a letter if you are the second player. One on each side of the net. If the first player misses his/her service. the score remains the same. one ball per pair. The game continues until a player spells “HORSE”. Volleyball Activities. Every twos need a ball.TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide. The first player predicts the area where (s)he is going to put the ball. Dig pass. O. Rules: Players can only use underhand service. If the second player successfully duplicates the first player’s service. 102 . o o Volley pass. Lesson 11. MAIN THEME: Exposition 3: service game: “HORSE” Aim: To beat the opponent player. The opposite half court has six areas marked on the floor. if the second player misses. R. the players switch roles and the first becomes the second and the second becomes the first. Game: Students play 1v1. 5 4 S 6 3 1 2 - In pairs. then (s)he picks up a letter (H.

next time they have to do only 4 consecutive touches per person. calves quadriceps hamstrings deltoids pectorals triceps IES LA SÉNIA. - In pairs. Volleyball Activities. Dig pass. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. o o Volley pass. The pair is situated opposite the wall. His/her partner is ready to start his/her turn without stopping the ball. Lesson 11. 2 and finally 1. 103 . 3.TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. If students achieve the exercise. (5) - 4v4. one ball per pair. The one with the ball has to feed the ball to him/herself and volley 5 consecutive times against the wall. Teacher’s guide. Apply game concepts.

Beatriz Ruiz. NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. Volleyball Activities. 104 . Lesson 11. Teacher’s guide.

Volley pass .4v4 KEY VOCABULARY: .To achieve . When they are in the initial position they start again the exercise. When both are beside the net (but each one on his/her side) O1 makes a volley pass over the net to O2.Dig pass . Teacher’s guide. 1 2 IES LA SÉNIA. In this moment O2 goes back to his/her back line making volley passes to him/herself and O1 goes back just jogging.To apply concepts we have worked on the lessons. . the volley pass and the dig pass.Dig pass . (s)he will use the lesson 11 power point. O2 just jogs up to the net.To improve English language skills. If teacher decides to show it.Underhand service KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT. O1 has the ball.Underhand service . one opposite the other.TEAM SPORTS.To improve the service. 105 . teacher decides if it’s necessary to show it.Volley pass . LESSON NUM. WARM-UP: In pairs. one ball per pair. At the same time.To feed .Exposition . so before the practical lesson starts. and has to jog up to the net making volley passes to him/herself. but this time it’s O2 who is carrying the ball. Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities. CONTENTS: .To jog . The key vocabulary is the same as lesson 11. OBJECTIVES: 12 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . . Lesson 12. The pair is positioned on each back line of the court.

Game: In pairs. The groups situated in a line one opposite the other in each side of the net. next time they have to do only 4 consecutive touches per person. (S)He has to feed the ball to him/herself and dig 5 consecutive times against the wall. 2 and finally 1. Next of the line is ready to start his/her turn without stopping the ball. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. Beatriz Ruiz. The player with the ball has to dig the ball to the first IES LA SÉNIA. students play 2v2. The court is 9 meters wide and 3 meters long. 106 . The service can be done using the underhand service or a volley pass. 3. If students achieve the exercise. One ball per eight students on the top of one of the lines. Players can only use the volley pass. The group makes a line opposite the wall. One player can’t make two consecutive touches. Three contacts are allowed on each side. The first of the line has the ball. The only contact allowed is the volley pass. Rules: Three touches maximum. MAIN THEME: Exposition 4: volley pass game: “SHORT COURT GAME” Aim: To get 10 points before the opponent. - Groups of four pupils. One ball per group. (5) - Two groups of four pupils. Lesson 12.

Volleyball Activities. student of the opposite line and go at the end of his/her line.TEAM SPORTS. Only one touch is allowed in each side. Students have to try to maintain the control of the ball as much as possible. 107 . The winner is the one of the pair who gets more points at the end of the services. The player who receives the ball repeats the action. His/her partner is in the marked side of the court giving the balls back to him/her. - 4v4. - In pairs. Teacher’s guide. Teacher marks some areas in half court. Beatriz Ruiz. Lesson 12. Students have to serve from the opposite half court trying to score in one of the marks. (s)he wins two points. Apply tactic concepts. COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. one ball per pair. Every time the student scores. Students have 10 services each and compete against his/her partner.

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Exam exercise 2: dig pass.TEAM SPORTS.Dig pass . Before the practical lesson starts. students have to pick up one ball. Exam exercise 3: service.Dig . they don’t need to continue.Volley . they don’t need to continue. Teacher’s guide.Service area . . The balls are in the middle of the court and students are jogging around the court.Underhand service KEY VOCABULARY POWER POINT.To practice the practical exam about basic techniques and skills. Students have to do as many dig passes to themselves as possible maintaining the ball control and using the correct technique.To improve English language skills.To feed . if teacher considers it necessary. the key vocabulary is shown with a power point (See lesson 13 power point). IES LA SÉNIA. MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 1: volley pass. If students achieve 10 volley passes. Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities.Service KEY VOCABULARY: . OBJECTIVES: 13 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . Repeat the previous exercise. but when students pick up one ball. 109 . CONTENTS: .Volley pass . make 5 volley passes to themselves and leave the ball again in the same place. Students have to do as many volley passes to themselves as possible maintaining the ball control and using the correct technique. If students achieve 10 dig passes. they have to make 5 dig passes to themselves. LESSON NUM. When teacher blows the whistle. Lesson 13. WARM-UP: One ball per student. Teacher checks how many services are done successfully. Students have to do 5 underhand services from the service area.

COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. one feeds the ball over the net and the student who is being assessed has to receive it with a dig pass to him/herself.TEAM SPORTS. Students repeat the action 5 times. catching the ball after the dig with no bounce. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors buttocks trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities. Beatriz Ruiz. Teacher’s guide. 110 . Two students. - Exam exercise 4: dig reception. Lesson 13. Teacher checks how many dig receptions are done successfully.

calves quadriceps hamstrings deltoids external oblique trapezium IES LA SÉNIA.Volley pass .To assess exercise 1 and 2 of the practical exam about basic techniques and skills.Dig pass WARM-UP: To practice exam exercise 1 and 2. LESSON NUM. Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities. Lesson 14. 111 . (See technique assessment sheet) Exam exercise 2: dig pass. MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 1: volley pass. (See technique assessment sheet) COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. OBJECTIVES: 14 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . CONTENTS: .TEAM SPORTS. Teacher’s guide.

Teacher’s guide. Volleyball Activities. 112 . NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 14. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS.

(See technique assessment sheet) Exam exercise 4: dig reception. calves quadriceps hamstrings adductors pectorals triceps IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities.TEAM SPORTS. 113 . (See technique assessment sheet) COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. CONTENTS: .To assess exercise 3 and 4 of the practical exam about basic techniques and skills.Underhand service . OBJECTIVES: 15 DATE: VOLLEYBALL .Dig reception WARM-UP: To practice exam exercise 3 and 4. Lesson 15. Teacher’s guide. Beatriz Ruiz. MAIN THEME: Exam exercise 3: underhand service. LESSON NUM.

Lesson 15. Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide. 114 . NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA.

115 . calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. CONTENTS: Individual tactics. WARM-UP: In pairs.TEAM SPORTS.To assess volleyball tactics in a match. Dig pass. Teacher’s guide. One on each side of the net. LESSON NUM. Beatriz Ruiz. Volleyball Activities. OBJECTIVES: 16 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . o o Volley pass. one ball per pair. (See tactic assessment sheet) COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. They have to arrive to the other side of the net making controlled passes over the net. Lesson 16. MAIN THEME: Tactic exam: 4v4. Group tactics.

Beatriz Ruiz. adductors buttocks triceps NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Volleyball Activities. Teacher’s guide.TEAM SPORTS. 116 . Lesson 16.

LESSON NUM. one ball per pair. (See tactic assessment sheet) COOL DOWN: stretching different muscles. MAIN THEME: Tactic exam: 4v4. One on each side of the net.To assess volleyball tactics in a match. CONTENTS: Individual tactics. WARM-UP: In pairs. Teacher’s guide. Lesson 17. calves quadriceps hamstrings IES LA SÉNIA. Beatriz Ruiz. OBJECTIVES: 17 DATE: VOLLEYBALL . o o Volley pass. 117 . Volleyball Activities. Group tactics. They have to arrive to the other side of the net making controlled passes over the net.TEAM SPORTS. Dig pass.

adductors external oblique trapezium NOTES: IES LA SÉNIA. Lesson 17. Teacher’s guide. Volleyball Activities. 118 . Beatriz Ruiz.TEAM SPORTS.

org 3.fivb.com/ www. Ward Lock. BIBLIOGRAPHY.wlake. SERVE IT UP. 2002.html www.fotosearch.kansasheritage. 2006. Beatriz Ruiz.html www.php http://dearingvolleyballschool. Internet resources. IES LA SÉNIA.TEAM SPORTS. WILLIAM. Bibliography. 3. 101 YOUTH BASKETBALL GAMES AND DRILLS. Play the game.1. 1994.spikeopaths. Volleyball for Life. CINDY. 119 .com/ www.uk/rules_basic_volleyball. Mayfield Publishing Company. HAL.org/hilliard/whspe/volleyball/volleyball_history. BASKETBALL.htm www. VOLLEYBALL: Steps to Success. - TITMUSS.com www. - NEVILLE. BONNIE and GREGORY.fiba. BRUCE E. Book resources.nba. Human Kinetics. - www. 2004. - WISSEL.com/analysis/rules_index. - KENNY.org.org/people/naismith. Teacher’s guide.google. - BROWN. 1998.2. 3. Human Kinetics. BASKETBALL: Steps to Success. DAVID. Coaches choice.com www.

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