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Tennessee Wesleyan College

Lesson Plan (With P.E. Specific Additions)


Teachers Name: Caitlyn Casteel
Cards__________
Subject/Grade:
PE/ 4-8_
Class Period:
(circle one)

Lesson Title:

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Date:

Volleyball Deck of

October 6, 2015
Observation:

Standard(s): Identify what you want to teach. Reference State, Common Core (if
applicable), ACT College Readiness Standards and/or State Competencies.

2.3.4 successfully transition from the ready position into the execution of a skill
Big Idea(s)/Essential Question(s): What question(s), big idea(s), and/or goals drive
your instruction?
. To practice and possibly assess the previously taught volleyball skills in a fun partner activity.

Academic Language-- overhead pass, underhand serve, and set


Conceptstrying to build up to the game of volleyball
Skills To practice the previously taught skills: setting, forearm pass, overhand/underhand serving.
Applicationsthis game helps with coordination
Lesson Objective(s): Clear, specific, and measurable.
Control your pass or serve to the appropriate target
Assessment/Evaluation: Formative: Student demonstration of current lesson

objective(s).
Summative: What evidence will you collect and how will it document student learning and
mastery of the lessons objective(s)? Formal/Informal: Statements made as to what type of
assessment you will use to gather student data.

Each student learned about coordination and control


Instructional Strategies/Activities:
Break your students off into partners around the gym. Place playing cards face down on the floor in
places that are easily accessed by students on either side of the net, but are out of the playing area.
On your signal, the activity begins. The partner without the ball will go draw a playing card and bring
it back to their partner. Each type of card stands for an activity.
For example:
Spades=Underhand/overhand serve
Clubs=Overhead set
Diamonds=Forearm pass
Hearts=Any exercise (i.e., jumping jacks, push-ups, etc., could designate specific exercises or have
student choice)
A normal card is worth their face value. For example, if the student draws a 4 of clubs, the partners

Coaching
Cues:
Let the
students know
that they
should practice
serving over
the net to their
partner. If they
draw the Clubs
(Overhead Set)

have to do 4 overhead sets to one another. All face cards (jack, king, queen) are worth 10 of the
activity and an Ace is worth 11. When they have completed one card, the other partner will take it
back and draw a new card. I will usually play this for several minutes as a review of all the skills
learned so far. Make sure to have a key hanging up somewhere around the room so that if students
forget what activity a heart is supposed to be, they can run up and double check.

Materials and Resources:


1 -2 decks of cards, volleyballs, a poster key of the activity for students to crossreference, various sizes of volleyballs and other lightweight trainer volleyballs, and
nets set up across gym/space.

or the
Diamonds
(Forearm
Pass), they
should practice
on the same
side of the net
as their
partner. This
would mimic
game play
since passing a
ball over the
net is
considered an
"attack".

Safety
Reminders
:
Do not use
the ball as a
basketball.
Do not hit
the ball too
hard.

INSTRUCTION (STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES) PAGE 2


BEGINNING
Who likes to play basketball?
Activating Strategy:
Activity/Hook

Motivator/Jump Start

We are going to play Volleyball Deck of


Cards today!

MIDDLE

STEP BY STEP
PROCEDURES SEQUENCE
DISCOVER/EXPLAIN DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
QUESTIONING/ENCOURAGES HIGHER
ORDER THINKING
GROUPING STRATEGIES
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTIONAL
STRATEGIES FOR

Asse
ssm
ent

Assessm
ent
Can
someone
show
everyone
how
to
properly
serve
and pass
a
volleybal
l
Modifications
and Strategies
to Address the
Diverse
Learners

Modifications and Strategies to


Diverse Learners

Recently
we
have
talked about skills
such as passing and
serving a volleyball

INTERVENTION/EXTENSION

Modeling Content Expectations


( I do activities):
I will demonstrate how to serve
and pass a volleyball.
Guided Practice (We do):
We will practice serving and
passing a volleyball.
Independent Practice (You
do; may include Homework):

You will play volleyball deck


of cards

This
is a
grea
t
activ
ity
for
asse
ssin
g
previ
ousl
y
lear
ned
skills
. The
kids
are
activ
ely
invol
ved
in a
grou
p
activ
ity
com
pleti
ng
all
the
task
s
previ
ousl
y
lear
ned.
A
teac
her
can
stan
d
with

Lower the net


for students or
use a very
lightweight ball.
Can let the ball
bounce before
hitting it.

a
rubri
c
and
easil
y
asse
ss
the
skills
.

CLOSURE

Summarizing, Reminding, Reflecting, Restating, Connecting

Include a review of the Standards, include a formative or summative assessment and


provide an explanation of when students will receive feedback on the assessment. Assign a
written task (if applicable) for student reflection.

Who can show me how to properly serve and pass a volleyball.


TEACHER REFLECTION/FUTURE MODIFICATIONS

Reflection on the Lesson Plan and Delivery to include: To what extent did the students learn
the concepts? What will be your next instructional steps? What did you learn about
yourself and your students concerning this lesson?
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