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SPEAKER EUGENIO PEREZ NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL

S.Y. 2018-2019
Physical Education 9 – First Quarter

Name: _______________________________________________ Grade & Section: _____________ Date: ______________________

VOLLEYBALL
HISTORY

Volleyball was introduced by Mr. William J. Morgan in Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA in 1895. At
that time, it was called “Mintonette” which means transferring a ball from one side of a net to the other.
The sports then was introduced in the Philippines by Mr. E.S. Brown in 1910.
Volleyball is a sport played with a tri-colored ball made of leather or rubber, and a high net. The
ball is hit with any part of the body for defense purposes, back and forth over the net without letting it
touch the ground. This game is played by two teams with six players each, and another six players as
substitutes.

OBJECTIVES

The objective of the game is to pass the ball across the net towards the opponent’s side and try
to make the ball touch the court within the opponent’s playing area before it can be returned, or to
position it where it will be difficult for them to return it. Volleyball players should develop the following
fundamental skills such as passing the ball, serving, receiving, tossing, spiking and blocking.

FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENTS

Court

Net

Dimensions: 1 meter wide & 9.5 meter long


Height: 2.43 meters for men
2. 24 meters for women

Ball
65 – 67 centimeters in circumference
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SPEAKER EUGENIO PEREZ NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL
S.Y. 2018-2019
Physical Education 9 – First Quarter

SKILLS IN PASSING

1. Underhand Pass
2. One-hand Pass
3. Overhead Pass
4. Set Pass / Toss
5. Spike

KINDS OF SERVICE

1. Underhand Service
2. Overhead Service

RULES OF THE GAME


A. Preparation
1. Each team should have twelve players, one of whom is the team captain. Another player may be
assigned as Libero, an optional player, identified through an opposite colored uniform from the
players.
2. A referee is assigned to oversee the game and enforce the rules.
3. The referee/umpire calls for the two team captains and tosses a coin to determine which team will
have the right to choose whether they will be the first to serve or to select the side of the court
they will play on.

B. Starting to Play
1. The two teams take their assigned places or either side of the court.
2. The right back player of the serving team serves the first. The sequence of succeeding serve is in the
clockwise rotation from the first server.
3. When it is the other team’s turn to serve, it is the right front player who serves first.
4. The server stands in the service are beyond the end line of the court. Serves the ball towards the
opponent’s court, then steps inside the courts immediately.

C. Scoring Points
1. The opposing team receives the served ball and uses the different passes and volleys to keep the
ball from falling to the ground within their court or outside the sidelines or end lines.
2. A team may strike the ball between one to three times before it is returned to the opponent’s
court. No player is allowed to strike the ball twice in a row.
3. In returning the ball to the opponents’ court, a team tries to direct it where the opponents will have
difficulty in receiving it or in keeping it from falling to the ground on their own side of the court.
4. A point is given to the other team if the ball is not returned successfully or a mistake has been
made.
5. Each team tries to score the first 25 points in one set.
6. The teams change courts after each set. The losing team becomes the first server in the second set.
7. A served ball that touches the net goes over the net and inside the opponent’s court is a good
ball/serve.
8. The libero is a back court player. He/she may get in and out without permission from umpire.
9. A libero is a defensive player, he/she is not allowed to spike.
10. A libero may occupy any position in the back court are. However, he/she is not allowed to go
beyond or enter the attack area.
11. A decision set is completed with 15 points only.
12. The team that wins two out of three sets becomes the winner of the game.

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S.Y. 2018-2019
Physical Education 9 – First Quarter

FAULTS

A. Faults in Serving

1. The ball falls before the server strikes it.


2. The server steps on the end line while serving
3. The ball was not released before it was hit/strike
4. The served ball does not reach the opponent’s court, or goes beyond the end line or sidelines.
5. The team members change positions while the service is being executed.

B. Faults while playing

1. A team fails to return the ball over the net to the opponent’s court.
2. A team hits/passes the ball more than thrice before returning it to the opponent’s court.
3. A player touches the ball with the palms instead of fingers when tossing
4. A player holds the ball with two hands.
5. A player hits the ball twice in a row.
6. A player’s feet or any part of the body goes beyond the center line of the court.
OFFICIALS

A. First Referee
The first referee stands on the referee stand and controls the play of the entire game.
Whatever issues arise during the game, the first referee determines the call and has the final say.
After making a call, no player or other referee can argue the call, although a formal protest can be
placed with the scorer.
Before the match begins, the first referee inspects the equipment and the players’ uniforms.
The warm-ups and the coin toss also fall under the jurisdiction of the first referee.
Throughout the match, the first referee makes call regarding faults and scoring issues.
Following the match, the first referee notes the score and signs the official paperwork.

B. Second Referee
The second referee works to assist the first referee throughout the game, if for some reason
the first referee can’t finish her duties, the second referee may take the place of the first referee.
The second referee stands next to the post opposite the first referee. In addition to assisting
the first referee with determining faults throughout the game, the second referee is in charge of all
substitutions, timeouts and the actions of the scorer’s table.

C. Scorers
The official scorer keeps track of the score throughout the volleyball game. Before the game
begins the scorer notes the starting lineup of each team and notifies the referees if the lineup wasn’t
received on time.
If a dispute or irregularities arises regarding the score, the scorer uses a buzzer to notify the
first and second referees. Additionally, when a substitution requests arises, the scorer notifies the
referee.

D. Line Judges
At least two, and as many as four, line judges monitor each game, the line judges stand at the
corners of the court watching the lines to indicate whether a ball in play falls in or out of the court.
If a server steps on the line during a serve, the line judge watching the given line notifies the
referees using a flag. When a player touches an out-of-play ball or if the ball hits an antenna, the
designated line judge also indicates the interference.

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Physical Education 9 – First Quarter

HAND SIGNALS IN VOLLEYBALL

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SPEAKER EUGENIO PEREZ NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL
S.Y. 2018-2019
Physical Education 9 – First Quarter

Officials

A. First Referee
The first referee stands on the referee stand and controls the play of the entire game. Whatever issues
arise during the game, the first referee determines the call and has the final say. After making a call, no player
or other referee can argue the call, although a formal protest can be placed with the scorer.
Before the match begins, the first referee inspects the equipment and the players’ uniforms. The warm-
ups and the coin toss also fall under the jurisdiction of the first referee.
Throughout the match, the first referee makes call regarding faults and scoring issues. Following the
match, the first referee notes the score and signs the official paperwork.

B. Second Referee
The second referee works to assist the first referee throughout the game, if for some reason the first
referee can’t finish her duties, the second referee may take the place of the first referee.
The second referee stands next to the post opposite the first referee. In addition to assisting the first
referee with determining faults throughout the game, the second referee is in charge of all substitutions,
timeouts and the actions of the scorer’s table.

C. Scorers
The official scorer keeps track of the score throughout the volleyball game. Before the game begins the
scorer notes the starting lineup of each team and notifies the referees if the lineup wasn’t received on time.
If a dispute or irregularities arises regarding the score, the scorer uses a buzzer to notify the first and
second referees. Additionally, when a substitution requests arises, the scorer notifies the referee.

D. Line Judges
At least two, and as many as four, line judges monitor each game, the line judges stand at the corners of
the court watching the lines to indicate whether a ball in play falls in or out of the court.
If a server steps on the line during a serve, the line judge watching the given line notifies the referees
using a flag. When a player touches an out-of-play ball or if the ball hits an antenna, the designated line judge
also indicates the interference.

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