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Detailed Lesson Plan I. Objectives 1. Recall the skills about fundamental skills in volleyball. 2.

Discuss the proper execution of hand signals. 3. Demonstrate hand signals. II. Subject Matter Officiating A Volleyball Game Materials: Visual Aid, flaglets, chalk and etc. Reference: MAPEH in Action III By: Carolina Talavera-Gonazales et.al. p. 282-288 III. Procedure TEACHERS ACTIVITY A. Preliminary Activities Routinary Activities Good afternoon to everyone! Checking of attendance. B. Motivation Class, I have a jumbled word in the blackboard. I want you to arrange the word because it is related to our topic today. Anyone can go in front to arrange the jumbled word. Very good! Thank you. Mintonette or it is also called volleyball. Now, are you excited to our lesson today? Before that, I have question to all of you. Why we should know the different skills in volleyball in officiating a game?

STUDENTS ACTIVITY

Good afternoon Sir!

Sir! The answer is Mintonette!

Yes Sir! Sir, we must know the different skills in volleyball because as an official of the game, you must know the skills in volleyball to have good call and not be bias to all team. I think to be fair and as a official you most know the basic skills to be a good official.

Very good! Thank you! Anyone else? Very good!

C. Lesson Proper Who among the class can guess the different skills in volleyball? Give atleast one. Very good! Another? Very good! Lets give them a chacha clap because they guessed the skills in volleyball. Do you know how to do this? Ill give you a clue. This is a familiar dance with nakangaga. Like this, one, two, three clap, one, two, three stampand chacha. Did you get it? Everybody stand up and perform the chacha clap. Lets move on to our lesson. There are four skills in volleyball. These are service, passing, spiking and blocking. First, service. There are two kinds of service. The underhand service and overhand service. You know class, underhand service is the easiest form. Why? Because it is easy to perform. Like this, hold the ball in front of the batting hand, advance a foot, and slightly bend body forward. Swing the cupped hand and with focused on the opponent court. I need a student to demonstrate in front the underhand service. Next, overhand service is the most common style, and this style is very effective as if can often lead to an ace service. Second skill is passing. There are two kinds of passing. These are tossing and one-arm pass. Tossing is passing the ball by means of the fleshly part of the finger and passing using a wrist action. I need a student to demonstrate to the class the proper tossing of the ball.

Sir, one of the skills in volleyball is service. Another skill in volleyball is blocking.

No Sir. Yes Sir!

One, two, three clap, one, two, three stamp and chacha

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(students will raise their hands and demonstrate the underhand service) (students will listen)

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Sir, I want to demonstrate tossing the ball.

Very good! Thank you! Anyone else? Very good!! Thank you! Third, spiking is an attack skill. Why? Because the ball is driven hard to kill it to the opponents court. Fourth, blocking is defensive movement. The ball is blocked to lose it to return to the court of the opponent. Who among the class already watch a volleyball game? Almost of the class already watch a volleyball game. Lets continue our lesson. Lets go to different hand signals in volleyball. If you watch a volleyball game, can you give me example of hand signals in volleyball and can you show the proper execution of hand signals. Very good. Nice. Anyone else? Very good class! There are so many hand signals in volleyball. The two are given by your classmate. First, authorization to serve. Move the hand to indicate direction of service. Second, Team Service. Extend arm to the side of the team that will serve. Third, Change of Courts. Raise the forearms front and backhand twist them around the body. Fourth, End of a Set. Cross the forearms in front of the chest, hand open. Fifth, Ball Not Tossed at the Service Hit. Lift the extended arm, the palm of the hand facing upwards. Sixth, Delay in Service. Raise eight fingers, spread open. Seventh, Blocking Fault. Make a circular motion with the fore finger.

Sir, I will demonstrate again the tossing. (students will listen)

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Yes Sir, one of the hand signals is time out.

Sir, substitution, circular motion of the forearms around each other.

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Nineth, Ball in. Point the arm and fingers towards the floor. Tenth, Ball Out. Raise the forearms vertically, hands open palms toward the body. 11th, Double Contact. Raise the fingers

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