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Running Head: OVERHAND VOLLEY 2 THIRD GRADE OVERHAND VOLLEY LESSON PLAN SECTION 1 Age/Grade: Third grade Estimated Level of Development: Middle childhood Number of students: 12 Fundamental skill: Overhand Volley State standard: Standard 1-2 SECTION 2 Lesson Introductions: Students will be divided into two groups which will be opponents. Each group will stand in either side of the volleyball pitch facing each other (Graham, 1987). Students will then practice how to perform overhand volley skill. They will have to be taught how to do overhand volley using the following skills: Aligning shoulder square to net facing target area. Tossing ball some feet above the head and in front of your serving shoulder. Striking ball with the open hand in a continuous motion. Keeping the eyes on the ball Following through with striking hand in direction of ball Transferring the weight from back foot to front foot. OBJECTIVE
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Running Head: OVERHAND VOLLEY 3 By the end of the lesson, students should have acquired all the necessary knowledge needed to perform overhand volley. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Rules and consequences Students should be in full games costumes One should touch equipment only with permission- Always follow directions for the first time Should follow ABCD. A- Acting safely B- Being prepared and always positive C- Cooperation D- Doing your best Always being goods listeners and following what you are directed top do. Students should listen and do Always be nice to one another Punishment Verbal warnings Lunch detention Calling the parents Afternoon and morning detention Time out in order to remind you of P.E as well as the THINK SHEET.
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