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SUMMATIVE AND FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT

KEY IN Learning in sport ABT Learning about sport THR Learning through sport Task Area of interest summary (500words) - ABT Participation - IN Team training - THR Team group work roles, design, time management - THR Weekly slideshow worksheets - ABT Referee course - ABT Practical ability - IN Weight (Summative) 5% 5% Due date Thurs wk2 Mon wk5 Tues wk6 Mon wk7

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LESSON OUTLINES
Practical lesson 1 Week1 Tactical problem/focus Setting up for an attack Passes, pursing and saving the ball. Teaching objectives Forearm pass technique Set technique Court positions (16) Lesson plan 1. Game 3v3 rainbow serve 2. Practice task 1 groups of 3, practice dig and setting to one another. Rotate. 3. Practice task 2 groups of three practice a dig and set to one another with a moving setter. Tactical problem/focus Winning the point Attacking the ball with a spike & dig/set/spike sequence during game. Teaching objectives Execute a spike Execute a standing spike Lesson plan 1. Game 3v3 rainbow serve & bonus point for two contacts on one side. 2. Practice task 1 in small groups, ball is fed over the net to a setter who will set to a hitter of their choice. Hitter is to spike (standing) the ball over the net and the point is played out. 3. Practice task 2 (as Lesson focus Volleyball history, Olympics and game rules. Teaching objectives Volleyball rules History of volleyball Volleyball within the Olympics How volleyball rules have changed over time Lesson plan 1. Class individual brainstorm All things Volleyball 2. Class discussion and brainstorm. 3. Slideshow lecture Overview of The history of Volleyball and Volleyball in the Olympics. 4. Volleyball rules and Practical lesson 2 Theory lesson 1

4. Game 3 v3 rainbow serve, bonus points for dig/ pass sequence. 5. Practice task small groups a feeder team will replicate a difficult ball through a serve and attacking team must pursue and save the ball. Play out the point. 6. Game 6 v6 bonus points for a successful pursuit and save of a difficult ball.

above) with a focus on jumping spikes. 4. Game 3 v 3 aim to develop a dig/set/spike for each play. Game stops when this is disrupted and point is awarded. 5. Game 6 v6 rainbow serve. Bonus point for dig/set/spike sequence.

how they have changed over the years. 5. Students are given the remainder of the lesson to research Volleyball in an area of their interest. Students will hand up a summative 500word summary of their findings due week 2. I.e. Rules and regulations, famous players, beach Volleyball, Famous umpires

Week2

Practical lesson 1 Tactical problem/focus Wining the point attacking the ball and transitioning to attack. Teaching objectives Setter transitions to hitter successfully. Lesson plan 1. Game 3v3 rainbow serve. Focus on dig/set/spike sequence. 2. Practice task 1 groups of 3. Passer passes to setter then transitions into hitter (spike). 3. Game 3v3 rainbow serve. Passer

Practical lesson 2 Tactical problem/focus Winning the point approaching for attack with spike. High sets for hitter.

Theory lesson 1 Curriculum outcomes Lesson focus Energy systems & sources for physical performance

Lesson plan 1. 3v3 rainbow serve. Point only awarded by successfully hitting a spike. 2. Practice task 1 in groups of 6 (3v3). high serve (free ball), setter sets the ball high and hitter approaches the net. Play out the point. 3. Practice task 2 practice of high sets within groups of 3 (toss to setter, high set to hitter, hitter spikes over

Teaching objectives Sources (carbohydrates, fats & proteins) Chemical breakdown (Glucose, Glycogen, Free fatty acids) Aerobic and anaerobic systems (ATP-CP, lactic acid system & oxygen system) Specific activities contribution of energy

Lesson plan 1. Slideshow lecture. Students are to fill out a worksheet related to the lesson content for each theory lesson.

transitions to hitter failure results in loss of rally. Passer is rotated. 4. Game 6v6 rainbow serve. Bonus point for passer successfully transitioning into hitter.

the net.). focus on 0.5-1m height on set. Rotate. 4. Practice task 3 (as in PT1) focus on 0.5-1m height on set, hitter transitioning to the net. Play out the point. 5. Game 6v6 rainbow serve. Bonus point for set/spike sequence with 0.5-1m height on set & hitter transitioning to the net.

2. Class discussion and question time to clarify any components of the theory students dont understand. 3. Class discussion and brain storm How is this related to Volleyball?. Students are to consider such questions as: What is the dominant energy system used during a serve/spike? When and how would you use carbloading in a volleyball tournament? What is the relationship between the duration of a volleyball gameand the energy systems being used? 4. Students are to work though the worksheets which are due at the beginning of the next theory lesson.

Week3

Practical lesson 1 Tactical problem/focus Defending space on your court defending a free ball or spike with a dig. Lesson plan 1. Game 3v3 forearm pass is first contact. Rainbow serve. 2. Practice task 1 Groups of 6 (3v3) teams take turns replicating a free ball. Point is played out.

Practical lesson 2 Tactical problem/focus Winning the point starting the point on attack (serve) and transition into court. Lesson plan 1. Game 3v3 Overhead or underarm serve. 2. Practice task 1 In pairs beginning close to the net, complete an overarm serve. Rotate. 3. Practice task 2 in pairs from the back

Theory lesson 1 Curriculum outcomes Lesson focus Training and evaluation of physical performance

Teaching objectives Acute responses (anaerobic and aerobic training) Chronic responses (anaerobic and aerobic training) Fitness relevant to performance

Lesson plan

Focus on communication and court positions. 3. Practice task 2 (as above) Introduce a first contact dig. Tosser alternates toss from a free ball to a spike replicate. Focus on court positions and communication. 4. Game 6v6 Focus on communication and court positions. Aim for dig as the first contact (high and towards the setter). Bonus point for successful communication and movement on court.

court rotate 3 over-arm serves each. Receiver must dig the ball. Rotate. 4. Practice task 3 in groups of 4 on half court - serve to receiver. Receivers dig and return the ball for play. Server must cover back court ready for play. Play out the point. 5. Game 6v6 Overarm service. Focus on hard to serve areas. Bonus points for receiving a difficult serve with a dig. Focus on server transitioning back into play.

1. Slideshow lecture. Students are to fill out a worksheet related to the lesson content for each theory lesson. 2. Class discussion and question time to clarify any components of the theory students dont understand. 3. Class discussion and brain storm How is this related to Volleyball?. Students are to consider such questions as: What types of fitness would be most beneficial for elite volleyball players? What acute responses may be the result of training in volleyball? 4. Students are to work though the worksheets which are due at the beginning of the next theory lesson.

Practical lesson 1 Week4 Tactical problem/focus Defending against an attack containing the dig. Lesson plan 1. Game 3 v3 point can only be won on a spike or down ball. 2. Practice task 1 In teams, tosser

Practical lesson 2 Tactical problem/focus Winning the point playing the set. Games and performance analysis Lesson plan 1. Game 6 v6 Focus on keeping the ball in play. 2. Practice task 1 in

Theory lesson 1 Lesson focus Training and evaluation of physical performance. Teaching objectives Training and evaluation of physical performance Measuring fitness relevant to performance Training principles and methods specific to fitness factors Lesson plan

passes with a mock spike to a backcourt digger who digs the ball to themselves. Focus on containing the ball. Rotate. 3. Practice task 2 As above, tosser begins the game with a mock spike to the digger who contains the dig towards a team mate. Play out the point. Each rally must contain a dig. 4. Practice task 3 Setter begins the play with a high set to a hitter (transitions off the net). Spike must be received with a dig by the opposing side. Rotate. 5. Game 6v6 Each play must contain a dig, failure results in a loss of point. Bonus points for a well contained dig.

small groups, tosser passes to setter who will aim to set the ball in position 2, 4 or red successfully. 3. Game 6 v 6 Bonus points for initiating setter from the back court, communication, a successful set to the nominated hitter. 4. Competition task Arrange teams for competition. Teams are to work through the roles worksheet 5. Game 6v6 in competition teams. Students are to analyse their team members in 23mintute intervals using the peer assessment sheet. 6. Team meeting Teams are to discuss their team, the analysis sheets and team plan for the following 4 practical lessons. 7. Competition rules and regulations are set by the class. Fixtures are set by statisticians of each team.

1. Slideshow lecture. Students are to fill out a worksheet related to the lesson content for each theory lesson. 2. Class discussion and question time to clarify any components of the theory students dont understand. 3. Class discussion and brain storm How is this related to Volleyball?. Students are to consider such questions as: What training principles would be beneficial for a Volleyball training program? How could be improve our fitness for Volleyball? How could we measure our fitness relevant to a game of Volleyball? 4. Students are to work though the worksheets which are due at the beginning of the next theory lesson. 5. In competition teams, students are to create a team training 20-30min in length based on the team skills analysis. Students are to give 5 examples of how they could improve their fitness for Volleyball during different states of play.

Practical lesson 1 Week 5 Tactical problem/focus Defending against an attack solo block & double block Lesson plan 1. Game 4v4 focus on defending against the spike. 2. Practice task 1 In groups of 5: setter sets a high ball to the hitter who spikes to the blocker. Blocker aims to create a successful block on the net. Consider court positions for the team. 3. Practice task 2 As above, focus on a successful double block with a team mate. Consider court positions for the team. 4. Competition games. 10 minutes per game. 1v2 3v4 2v3

Practical lesson 2 Tactical problem/focus Attacking as a team attack coverage Lesson plan 1. Game 6 v 6 Bonus points for a set & spike with positions 2 or red. 2. Practice task 1 Tosser passes the ball hit to a setter calling free ball. Hitters transition off the net and setter sets a high set to position 2, 4 or red. Focus on the team covering the hitter.

Theory lesson 1 Lesson focus Physiological factors affecting performance

Teaching objectives Body stature, composition and gender Environmental considerations and performance Lesson plan

1. Slideshow lecture. Students are to fill out a worksheet related to the lesson content for each theory lesson. 2. Class discussion and question time to clarify any components of the theory students dont understand. 3. Class discussion and brain storm How is this related to Volleyball?. Students are to consider such questions as: What somatotype would be best suited to Volleyball? What are some differences between a male and female volleyball player? What environmental considerations would differ between Volleyball and beach Volleyball? Students are to work though the

3. Practice task 2 as above. Focus on the coverage of the court if hitter 4 spikes the ball. 4. Game 6 v 6 (warm up game) Bonus points on correct set and hit to nominated position. Bonus point if a block is successful. 5. Competition game. 10

minutes per game. 1v3 4v2 1v4

worksheets which are due at the beginning of the next theory lesson.

Week6

Practical lesson 1 Tactical problem/focus Winning the point and defending against an attack ball placement (spike) and covering of blockers Lesson plan 1. Game 6 v6 bonus point for dig/set/spike or a block. 2. Practice task 1 Tosser passes to a setter, hitters transiton off the net, setter calls 2, 4 or red and hitter spikes the ball. Defense focuses on playing the ball out dig/set/spike. 3. Practice task 2 Free ball. Focus on team communication and tactics. 4. Practice task 3 King of the court. Students focus on quick thinking and quick movement on the court. 5. Competition games. Students with a bye will analyse team members of

Practical lesson 2 Tactical problem/focus Culminating event Competition day.

Theory lesson 1 Lesson focus Volleyball SA Referee course Lesson plan

Lesson plan 1. Team warm up/training time to discuss plays, weakness, strengths etc. (10minutes) 2. Competition game. Students with a bye will analyse team members of playing and report to them at the end of the game. This information will be used in team meetings leading up to the grand final (Appendix. 3).

Students will participate in the Volleyball SA referee course with a Volleyball SA representative. Course will run for 4 hours with theory and practical components. Volleyball SA will be in charge of this lesson.

1v3 4v2 1v4

3. Team meetings students in their teams will take 5minutes approximately to analyse their feedback from the peer analysis sheets and discuss team plays and tactics. 4. Semi final (3rd & 4th position decider)

playing and report to them at the end of the game. This information will be used in team meetings leading up to the grand final. 1v2 3v4 2v3

5. Grand final (1st & 2nd decider)

6. Presentation presented by the team organizers of each individual team.