Volleyball Lesson Plans (KS3 & KS4) (All lessons)

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Volleyball Lesson Plans (KS3 & KS4) (All lessons)

Year 7: This resource includes:

  • Ball Fam.
  • Basic Volley/set shot (x2)
  • Basic dig (x2)
  • Underarm serve
  • The Tip
  • Games / Rallies

Year 8: This resource includes:

  • Volley (intermediate)
  • Dig (intermediate)
  • Over-arm serve
  • (Floater)
  • Spike (x2)
  • Single Block
  • Games

Year 9: This resource includes:

  • The Roll (Defensive shot) (x2)
  • Reverse Volley (x2)
  • Spike (Advanced) (x2)
  • Multiple Block
  • Games

Year 10: This resource includes:

  • Top spin serve
  • Sprawl (defensive shot) (x2)
  • Setting/Volley
  • (Advanced)
  • Spiking from a back court position
  • Covering the attacker
  • Moving from transition to attacking formations.

Year 11: This resource includes:

  • Reciprocal Skills teaching
  • Offensive Strategies
  • Defensive Strategies
  • Coaching
  • Tournament and GAMES
 

This resource includes:

  • To be able to use different parts of the body to contact and keep the ball in the air. Students should be able to perform a basic set and dig technique and be able to apply these to small-sided competitive games and use them to begin an attack. Rallies should be started with a basic underarm serve and students should understand rules regarding the scoring of points, rotation of court positions and catching/volleying the ball. The students are to be constantly asked and tested on their knowledge and  understanding of how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques. Students should know by name the different areas and lines on court
  • To be able to use the volley and the dig more effectively in small-sided games and start to outwit opponents when attacking. They should be able to use the over arm serve to begin rallies and understand the rules governing the serve and contact of the net. Students should be able to use the spike to return the ball into the opponent’s court, and be able to block weak spiking attempts. Students should understand the usual series of 3 shots and should be able to umpire a small-sided competitive game. Also, the students are to be constantly asked and tested on their knowledge and  understanding of how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.
  • To perform more advanced digging and setting techniques such as the roll and the reverse set and all students should be able to apply these to 6v6 competitive matches. Students should be able to perform more advanced spiking techniques such as the off speed and on/off hand spikes and should be able to use these with greater accuracy, aiming to land the ball in ‘weak’ areas of the opponent’s court. Throughout the phases students are constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.  Multiple blocks should also be evident by the end of the scheme and students should understand that the multiple block is a more effective method of denying the opposing attacking player space, compared to the single block. Students should know and be able to use the W+1 formation in competitive situations.
  • To be able to add topspin to overhead serves, serving with more power and accuracy than previously. Students should be able to perform more advanced defensive techniques, such as the sprawl and also use more advanced setting techniques to turn inaccurate passes into good attacking opportunities for back as well as front court players. Students should understand the rules governing attacks from backcourt and should be able to spike legally and accurately from behind the attack line. The HELP position should be evident in games and students should be covering attacking teammates, anticipating a block from the opposing defence. Teams will change from transition to attack formations during rallies and students will umpire all games.  Also, throughout the phases students are constantly asked how to outwit opponents; evaluate performances; analyse strengths and weaknesses; whilst developing, adapting and refining skills, strategies and tactics to produce high levels of performances and high quality techniques.



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