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Course Name Individual/Dual Sports (P.E.

2I2)
Course Credits 2 Units
This course provides student’s the opportunity to gain knowledge on the historical background of Volleyball and
demonstrate the different skills learned in actual competition. Furthermore, this course also enhances student’s
Course Description physical, mental, emotional, and social development that will encourage self- discovery, spontaneous interaction
and experience that will surely bring direct satisfaction and pleasure within.
Contact Hours/week 2 Hours
Prerequisite PE 112

Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:


 Recall the origin of Volleyball.
 Identify the different equipment used.
 Discuss the rules of the game.
 Stimulate enjoyment during the activity while demonstrating the skills correctly according to set-
Course Objectives
standards.
 Show interest in doing the skills.
 Participate actively in playing the game with the concepts of fair play and sportsmanship.
 Experience how to become a game officiating official.
 Develop the skills and maintain physical fitness.
 Demonstrate cooperation and team work.

Course outline and Timeframe


Course Content/Subject Matter
Orientation
a. Check the registration
Week 1-2 (4 Hours) b. Introduce the teacher and classmates
c. Class rules and regulation
d. Grading system

Individual/Dual Sports Overview


a. Course Description P.E. 2II (Individual/Dual Sports)
Week 3 (2 Hours) b. Learning Outcomes
c. Credit Hours
d. Requirements

Week 4 (2Hours) Physical Education and Health Class Safety


 Nature and Importance
 Definition
 Objectives of Physical Education
 Legal Basis

Introduction to the sport Volleyball


 Explain the history of Volleyball
Week 5 (2 Hours)  Understand the laws and terminologies of the game.
 Stimulate enjoyment during the skills activity.
 Experience how to become a game officiating official.
 Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork.
 Develop the skills and maintain physical fitness.
 Pass written and practical exam.

Facilities and Equipment of Volleyball


Week 6-10 (10 hours)  Ball
 Scoresheet
 Flag lets
 Net
 Antennae
 Poles
 Volleyball court

Basic skills
Week 11-15 (10 hours)  Receive
 Dig
 Service
 Block
 Spike
 Set

Week 16-17 (4 hours) Violations/Hand Signal in Volleyball


 Touch the Net
 Crossing
 Lifting
 Double contact
 4 hits
 8 seconds violation
Week 18 (2 hours) Enrichment Skills/Practical Exam
SAMPLE LEARNING PLAN

Teaching and
Desired Learning Assessment Task Resource
Course Content/Subject Matter Textbooks/References Learning Time Table
Outcomes (DLO) (ATs) Materials
Activities (TLAs)

-Get acquainted with


teacher and classmates. -Written Quizzes

-Discuss the syllabus -Visual aid


and course requirements
through shared Orientation -Laptop Week 1-2
understanding. a. Check the registration (4 hrs.)
Socialized discussion
b. Introduce the teacher and
and Interaction -Individual Oral
-Policies and classmates -LCD Projector
Examination
regulations. c. Class rules and regulation
d. Grading system
-Safety requirements.

-Election of class officers

-Discuss and explain


clearly the course Individual/Dual Sports Overview
Week 3
description, objectives, a. Course Description P.E. 2II
-Visual aid (2 hrs.)
methodology, learning (Individual/Dual Sports)
outcomes and credit b. Learning Outcomes
-Laptop
hours c. Credit Hours
-group -Individual Oral
d. Requirements
discussion/interactive Examination
-Define the meaning of
lecture -LCD Projector Week 4
physical Education, Physical Education and Health Class
(2 hrs.)
objectives and its legal Safety
basis • Nature and Importance
• Definition
• Objectives of Physical
Education
• Legal Basis
-Discuss the historical of -group -Written Quizzes -Visual aid
Volleyball Introduction to the sport Volleyball discussion/interactive
 Explain the history of Volleyball lecture -Group presentation -Laptop Week 5
-Discuss and explain the  Understand the laws and (2 hrs.)
terminologies used in terminologies of the game. FIVB/PVF Handbook -graphic organizer
Volleyball.  Stimulate enjoyment during the -LCD Projector
skills activity. -Buzz Session
-Differentiate the Game  Experience how to become a
Volleyball in other Team game officiating official.
sports.  Demonstrate cooperation and -Volleyball Week 6-10
teamwork. -written/oral exam equipment (10 hrs.)
-Recognize the different  Develop the skills and maintain handouts
aquipments needed in physical fitness.
playing Volleyball. -Demonstration and
Facilities and Equipment of Showing actual
-Show discipline in the Volleyball FIVB/PVF Handbook equipment -LCD Projector
discussion.  Ball
 Scoresheet
 Flag lets
 Net
 Antennae
 Poles
 Volleyball court

-Practice and develop


the skills learned Basic skills -Demonstration
through enrichment  Receive Week 11-15
activities and by  Dig -graphic organizer -written/oral exam (10 hrs.)
 Service FIVB/PVF Handbook
applying the rules of the -volleyball
game.  Block -Group presentation ball/net
 Spike
 Set
Week16-17
FIVB/PVF Handbook
Violations/HandSignal in Volleyball -whistle/flag lets (4 hrs.)
 Touch the Net Action -Group presentation
 Crossing learning/Activity
 Lifting
 Double contact
 4 hits demonstration/perform
 8 seconds violation

Enrichment Skills/Practical Exam Action


learning/Activity -Group presentation Week 18
(2 hrs.)
Suggested Readings
and References
Students are expected to complete all class activities, complete exams as scheduled, and turn in all assignments on time. Failure to do so
Course Requirements may result in the loss of points. Minimum requirements to meet by the students should include demonstrating adequate achievement of the
learning objectives listed above.
Class Standing 70%
 Quizzes 15%
 Practical exam 30%
Grading System  Requirements 15%
 Assignments 10%
Midterm/Final Term Exam 30%
Total 100%

It is important that the students participate safety and comfortably in the Individual and Dual Sports. For the students benefit, we
recommend the following:

1. Students shall not exceed 10% of the number of absences.


Classroom Policies
2. Student shall engage in group research works and other related activities with the use of technology and up to date strategies for
presentations, classroom discussions and group output.
3. Students shall strive to develop the application and promotion of health practices including safety education and first aid
preparation for emergency and natural calamities.
Republic of the Philippines
ZAMBOANGA CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Physical Education Department
R. T. Lim Blvd., Baliwasan, Zamboanga City

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)


SYLLABUS/INSTRUCTORS GUIDE

ZCSPC As the leading provider of globally-competitive human resources.


Vision

Provide effective and efficient services through advance technological studies


and researches for the empowerment of the nation’s human resources.
Mission

Globally competitive graduates who can perform advanced technological


Institutional Outcomes competencies in their field of specialization.

 To create a strong P.E. departments organizational structure.


 To be the premier in sports, competition, culture and arts and recreation.
 To establish a scientific sport training tool for athletes.
 To promote community involvement in pursue of healthy lifestyle and
Goals wellness.
 To create avenues to support ZCSPC income generating program.
 To develop assessment system to provide potential P.E. students with the
necessary training skills
 To be an institute in physical education.

Upon completion of this course , students will be able to:

Course Learning Outcomes  Recognize the different needed in playing Badminton & Arnis.
 Identify the different equipment in Badminton & Arnis.
 Practice and Develop the skills learned through enrichment activities and
by applying the rules of the game.
 Achieve proficiency in learning the skills according to set standards.
 Interpret simple rules applied in playing the games.
 Show enthusiasm in actual games by applying the rules learned.
 Show concern for others when playing
Republic of the Philippines
ZAMBOANGA CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Physical Education Department
R. T. Lim Blvd., Baliwasan, Zamboanga City

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION
(OBE) SYLLABUS
PREPARED BY: REVIEWED BY:
MR. DEXTER T. PACLIBAR MRS. EMIE S. MISIL
Visiting Lecturer Asst. Director, Physical Education Dept.

APPROVED BY:

MA. CHRISTINA G. WEE, MSPE


Director, Physical Education Department