These 11 Spiking Lesson Plans are available: Spiking for Beginners Learning to spike - Teach your players the perfect technique to spike, all the way from approach, to jump, to hit.
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All students are to learn the techniques of bumping, setting, spiking and digging. Students are also to learn the rules of the game and the format how the game is played. Objectives: Students will play volleyball games demonstrating the skills, rules, and strategy of the game. Materials: volleyballs, court, net, gym. Introduction:
The object of the game is to practice your volleyball spike over the slanty rope and try to hit the opposing teams floor with your spike. You may spike the ball from any point on the rope. If you miss the opponents floor space or it does not go over the rope then run to the wall, pick up a volleyball, practice 3 spikes to the wall, put the ball back down and run back to the game.
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Spike 1. Get ready for the spike by facing the direction of the ball. 2. Jump and turn the body slight in midair and contact the ball at its highest point. 3. Hit the ball on the top so it will go downward. 4. Use the heel of the hand for the spike. 5. Follow through toward the target. Block 1. Stand close to net. 2. Jump up to meet ball as spiker jumps. 3.
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Volleyball Lesson Plan. Instructor: Sharon Linde. Show bio. Sharon has an Masters of Science in Mathematics and a Masters in Education. Use this Study.com lesson plan to teach your students the ...
To introduce the lesson I will ask the question, "how many of you have ever played volleyball?" There are many important fundamentals in volleyball. One of the most important is the bump pass. Without a pass, there is no set, and without a set there is no spike. Today I am going to teach the class how to pass and set.
Volleyball Practice: For any grade, this activity is a perfect way to warm-up and practice one of the crucial skills of volleyball, bumping! Lessons for Grades 3-5. Overhead Pass Jingle: This lesson will enable students to learn and perform the two-handed overhead pass in volleyball. Fun way to practice and teach basics.
• Students pair up, 1 volleyball per pair, and stand 10 feet apart. • height. 1 student (P1) tosses volleyball at least 10 feet in air to partner (P2), who returns it with a forearm pass. • Provide feedback with forearm After first successful attempt, P1 tosses volleyball 10 feet high to left or right of P2.