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Day 1 I. Unit Focus: Volleyball, Chapter 30 II. Lesson Overview: Teach Basic fundamentals and different types of of serving a volleyball

III. Psychomotor Objective: Grade 3, St. 1, No.4
The student will be able to perform correctly demonstrate ability to strike a volleyball back to a partner using their hands and forearms

IV. Cognitive Objective: Grade 3, St. 3, No.1
The student will be able to detect, Identify at least one activity for participation on a regular basis

V. Affective Objective: Grade 3, St.6, No. 2
The student will be able to Show consideration of others in physical activity settings

VI. Equipment Needs:
10 volleyballs

VII. Lesson Focus: 1 minute> Taking roll asking their favorite activity to do outside of school. I will do this to get the students involved early.

3 minutes > Good morning guys. Today we are going to work on our fitness using Volleyball. (Introduce volleyball and origin) then tell them the focus of the day. We will first go through a station of stretching together. This is important when starting all physical activity. After stretching, we will go through four stations which we will learn the 4 types of serves. You will each have volleyball and I will say go to begin the each station and stop to end.

6 minutes > Now we will begin our stretching. Does anyone know why it is important to stretch? (Correct answer) to prevent injury and to ensure that all our muscles are loose and ready for performance. (Go through a full stretch with the kids.)

Underhand serve
5 minutes> Now we are going to work on serves the first one I will to teach is the Underhand serve. This is a serve in which the player strikes the ball below the waist instead of tossing it up and striking it with an overhand throwing motion. Underhand serves are considered very easy to receive and are rarely employed in high-level competitions. Everyone will perform 5 serves each. I will demonstrate first.

Float Serve
5 minutes> We will next work on the float serve. Float serving in volleyball is done by hitting the volleyball with a flat hand and not following through the serve. (The kids must perform 5 serves correctly in this station.) I will again demonstrate first.

Topspin Serve
5 minutes> The topspin serve is an overhand serve where the player tosses the ball high and hits it with a wrist span, giving it topspin which causes it to drop faster than it would otherwise and helps maintain a straight flight path. Topspin serves are generally hit hard and aimed at a specific returner or part of the court. (The kids must perform 5 serves correctly in this station and I will again demonstrate first.)

Sky ball serve
5 minutes> This is a specific type of underhand serve occasionally used in beach volleyball, where the ball is hit so high it comes down almost in a straight line. This serve was invented and employed almost exclusively by the Brazilian team in the early 1980s and is now considered outdated. This serve is still usually used in beach volleyball. (The kids must perform 5 serves correctly in this station and I will again demonstrate first.)

8 minutes > Serving to each other this activity used to work on the different types of serves in volleyball. I will split the students in pairs and they will have to do each of the 4 serves we learned five time to back and forth to each other.

VIII. Closure: 7 minutes> The teacher will ask questions to the students. Can anyone list the four types of serves, which we learned today (correct answer) The float, topspin, underhand, skyball. Which of the following is not commonly used these days? (Correct Answer) The skyball. Which serve do you usually aim at a defender? (Correct Answer) The top spin serve. Which of the following was your favorite type of serve and why? (Give each student an opportunity to answer.)

IX. Assessment: I will observe the students as they work on serving the volleyballs. I will also observe how they answer the questions in the closure portion of the assignment. This will allow me to know if they have truly grasped the concepts that I was trying to get across.

Day 2 I. Unit Focus: Volleyball, Chapter 30

II. Lesson Overview: Teach essentials of passing in volleyball

III. Psychomotor Objective: Grade 3, St.1, No.4
The student will be able to demonstrate ability to dig, pass and serve a softly thrown lightweight volleyball back to a partner using a variety of body parts.

IV. Cognitive Objective: Grade 3, St.7, No.3
The student should be able to identify the benefits that accompany cooperation and passing to others in the volleyball setting

V. Affective Objective: Grade 3, St.2, No.3
The student should show respect and consideration of others while they working throughout the day

VI. Equipment: 10 volleyballs, yellow and blue cones

VII. Lesson Focus: 1 minute> taking roll by asking them their favorite food. (This is to get them involved early in the day)

3 minutes > Good morning guys. Today we are going to work on our fitness using Volleyball again. We will work on the passing and digging aspects of volleyball today. Teams use this to set up their offense in volleyball so they can score points. Yesterday we worked on serving a volleyball. Does anyone remember the four different types of serves which we learned? (Correct answer) Topspin, Sky ball, Underhand, float. We will again first go through a station of stretching together. As again it is important when starting all physical activity. After stretching, we will again go through four, five minute stations again. I will say go to begin the each station and stop to end.

6 minutes > Now we will begin our stretching. Does anyone know why it we said it was important to stretch? (Correct answer) to prevent injury and to ensure that all our muscles are loose and ready for performance. (we will go through a full stretch)
Forearm Passing
5 minutes> The forearm pass or dig is used to play a ball that is coming below head height, so it cannot be volley or a ball which is traveling a a great velocity. This technique is implemented by bringing the forearms together to make a platform, off which the ball rebounds. The forearm pass is most often used to receive the service or opponents attacking shot. Students should start in an athletic position relaxed and ready to move. Stand with your knees flexed comfortably with your weight on the balls of your feet. (I will demonstrate first and the students will perform five times each)

Linear Passing
5 minutes> Passing linear refers to passing the ball between the knees where you can get directly in front of the ball and move through it. It is again essential that you start with feet shoulder width apart. (I will demonstrate first and the students will perform five times each)
Overhead Passing
5 minutes> When playing the ball with the hands overhand to pass a deep, hard, flat serve keep your hands firm and hold them closer together than you would when setting or passing an easy free ball. Feet should be spread with the hips, shoulders, and knees square facing your target. The fingers and hands should push straight through when playing the ball. Having the hands firm and close together helps you control the ball. . (I will demonstrate first and the students will perform five times each)

Angle Right/ Left
5 minutes> the angle right/left technique is used when a player gets behind the ball and passes to the target that’s to their right or left. The ball is taken outside the frame of the body while dropping the right/left shoulder, depending on their teammate is standing. (I will demonstrate first and the students will perform five times each)

8 minutes> Activity
The toss and pass drill helps get players comfortable with basic volleyball skills. The drill also allows each player the opportunity to contact the ball repeatedly. Divide the team into pairs and have the pairs stand facing each other and a few paces apart. So that you can watch the players more easily, have all the pairs stand in a line. Give each pair a ball. Instruct one player in each pair to toss the ball repeatedly to his partner for his partner to pass back. Tell players to focus on hitting the ball with the same part of their forearms each time, and to point their body in the direction of their pass. After five minutes, have the partners switch roles so that the other players get to practice passing. You can also run this drill for setting practice..

VIII. Closure: 8 minutes I, the teacher, will ask questions to the students. What type of passes did we learn today? (correct answer) Angle Passes, Overhead, Linear, Forearm. Which type of pass was your favorite (No correct answer but I will give every child that want to answer an opportunity). How should your feet be placed while performing a pass (Correct answer) Shoulder width apart. They help in gaining maximum momentum.

IX. Assessment: I will see how the students answer the question and how they perform the passing techniques which learned today. I will also see how they are answering the questions to will help me recognize how well they have comprehended the topics which they learned.

X. Modification/Adaptation: For a student who lacks strength and endurance, I personally will go and assist him/her individually, after I have explained each activity. I will stand in a position where I will still be able to view all the students, to still maintain control of the class.

Day 3 I. Unit Focus: Volleyball, Chapter 30

II. Lesson Overview: Teach essentials of spiking and digging a volleyball

III. Psychomotor Objective: Grade 3, St.1, No.4
The student will be able to spike and dig a volleyball towards a specific target by using their hands and forearms.

IV. Cognitive Objective: Grade 3, St.6, No.1
Recognize differences and similarities in others while participating in volleyball activity.

V. Affective Objective: Grade 3, St.5, No.3
The student will be able to demonstrate cooperation in group activities

VI. Equipment needs: 10 volleyballs, 1 Radio

VII. Lesson Focus: 1 minute> taking roll by asking them their favorite sport or activity to play and/or watch. (this is to get them involved early)

3 minutes > Good morning guys. Today we are going to conclude our session on volleyball. We previously worked on our serving and passing; today we will work on our spiking and digging. Striking is one of the most popular ways to score points in volleyball and digging is a way to negate a strong strike by an opposing team. We will again first go through a station of stretching together. As again it is important when starting all physical activity. After stretching, we will again go through four, five minute stations again. I will say go to begin the each station and stop to end.

6 minutes > Now we will begin our stretching. Does anyone know why it we said it was important to stretch? (correct answer) to prevent injury and to ensure that all our muscles are loose and ready for performance.

Spike
5 minutes> (I will first explain why spiking is done in volley). This station will be a partner station where they will work on spiking. One partner will volley the ball and the other will spike it in the opposite direction. They will take turns working on this and do this five time each.

Underhand Dig
5 minutes> In this station we will again get in partners and work on digging. One partner will loft the ball up angling it at the ground while the other will time it and dig it before it hits the ground. It is essential that the student keep his/her knees bent and remain in a low stance. (I will demonstrate first and the students will do this in partners. They must execute five times each)

Overhand Dig
5 minutes> This technique is used If the ball comes off the block hard and high, you may need to reach up over your head to get it. You can strike the ball with the heel of your palm, making sure it goes up and toward the net, remaining on your side. The overhand dig is not as easy to control as a standard dig, but it can be used as a last resort. (I will demonstrate first and the students will do this in partners. They must execute five times each)

Tipping/ Dinking
5 minutes> in this station, we will work on the tip or dink. This is performed by contacting the ball in a controlled manner with the fingers. With this open hand playing action, the ball is then quickly directed to the opponent’s court. Tipping the ball with the fingers can often be deceptive if the volleyball spikier has a reputation of hitting the ball hard. We will work on this in twos and one partner will loft the ball up and the other will tip/dink it back to his/her partner. (I will demonstrate first and the students will do this in partners. They must execute five times each)
Activity
6 minutes> In this activity, the students will be put in pairs where they will spike and Tip/dink the ball at each other. For the first three minutes one partner will be the tipper/ spiker and the other will be to digger. The other three is where the students will flip roles. The students will be no farther than 5 feet from each other to keep from the ball from going too far. In this activity I will make it mandatory that the Spiker/ tipper switch between spiking or tipping, this will help in working on both skills.

VIII. Closure 9 minutes> I will ask questions to the students. What are the popular ways to score in volleyball which we learned today ? (correct answer) Tipping/Dinking and Spiking. Which one of the following was your favorite (No correct answer but I will give every child that want to answer an opportunity). If I were to spike the ball over the net at you how could I be defended? (Correct answer) By digging. What type of dig will be used if the ball is approaching you high/low? (Correct answer) Overhand Dig for high, Underhand dig for low balls.

IX. Assessment:
The assessment will be taking by what I see from the past three days. I will watch them in their activities and monitor them as they answer the questions which I ask throughout the activities. How well the kids perform and answer the questions will help me get my fair evaluation.

X. TECHNOLOGY: I will use upbeat music in the activity portion of the lecture. This is be used to keep the student in tuned and excited about the activity which they are about to perform.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Strength and Power for Volleyball LLC , . "Volleyball skills." strength-and-power-for-volleyball.com/volleyball-skills-passing. Strength and Power for Volleyball LLC, 07. Web. 7 Apr 2012. <http://www.strength-and-power-for-volleyball.com/volleyball-skills-passing.html>.

Unknown, D.. "Volleyball Coaching Mastering Volleyball Serve Techniques." Hubpages. HubPages Sports, 2011. Web. 7 Apr 2012. <http://dennisvb.hubpages.com/hub/Volleybal-Coaching--Mastering-Volleyball-Serve-Techniques>.

. "volleyball." volleyball. N.p., 2012. Web. 7 Apr 2012. <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/632342/volleyball>.

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Ehow Contributor, How to set a volleyball. N.p., Unkn. Web. 7 Apr 2012. <http://www.ehow.com/how_17295_set-volleyball.html>.

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...their business. Functions are things that the organisation does such as production, sales, marketing, research and billing. Businesses have organised themselves around their functions, and functions divisions fail to recognise that many of the business processes that operate crow that artificial boundaries thus created. Business processes are the way that how to do and achieve the business functions. Business process is a set of related activities that collectively realise a business goal, and is a collection of related, structured activities that produce a specific service or product for the final consumer. Business processes also are valuable business assets, and companies need manage and maintain these business processes in the same way as any other assets, such as plant and machinery. Business processes can be divided into three types, which are management processes, operational processes, and supporting processes. Business processes are analysed by mapping of processes and sub-processes, which have their own attributes, down to activity level. Business processes are designed to add value for customer to increase effectiveness and efficiency. Business process orientation is a recent development in organising and can be described in term of an organisation that is oriented towards processes, customers and outcomes as opposed to hierarchies. A business process oriented organisation include: a process view of the business, structures that match these processes, jobs that......

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