ESS102v Volleyball

Course Description:
This course is designed to improve student’s endurance, speed, agility and flexibility through the team sport of volleyball. Students will learn the importance of regular physical activity to quality of life. This course covers basic skills necessary to play volleyball, including scorekeeping, game modifications, serving, setting, passing, blocking, attacking, and injury prevention.

  • This course also meets PLO #(s) N/A.
  • Prerequisite Courses: None

A. PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs):
The student will be able to:
1. Determine healthy lifestyles by describing the value of physical activity to a healthful lifestyle and participating in regular physical activity for at least one semester.
2. Demonstrate professionalism, interpersonal skills, teamwork, leadership and decision making skills.

 

B. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs) - GENERAL:
The student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the basic knowledge in volleyball including the origin of the sport, equipment and materials, rules of the game, and basic coaching and officiating.
2. Demonstrate the fundamental skills in volleyaball and identify their strengths and weaknesses in their fitness level.
3. Acquire the principles of training that help them to prevents injuries and improve their performance through active participation in the activities.
4. Exhibit the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie and demonstrate the basic knowledge in coaching / officiating and administration in sports activities or mini-tournament. (Oceania Sports Education Program - OSEP)


SLO

PLO1

PLO2

PLO3

PLO4

1

ID

ID

ID

D

2

ID

ID

ID

D

I = Introduced
D = Demonstrated
M = Mastered

C. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs) - SPECIFIC:
The student will be able to:

General SLO 1. Demonstrate the basic knowledge in volleyball including the origin of the sport, equipments and materials, rules of the game, and basic coaching and officiating.


Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Strategies

1.1 Explain the history and origin of the sport volleyball

Quiz

1.2 List and give the characteristics of the equipment and materials used in volleyball.

Quiz

1.3 Illustrate and give the measurements of the playing court.

Written output with rubrics

1.4 Explain and interpret correctly the basic rules of the game as applied in coaching and officiating.

Test item

General SLO 2. Demonstrate the fundamental skills in volleyball and identify their strengths and weaknesses in their fitness level.

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Strategies

2.1 Enumerate and demonstrate the different skills for volleyball.

Practicum with rubrics

2.2 Execute the proper mechanics and body motions in playing volleyball.

Practicum with rubrics

2.3 Identify the “W” formation and the 6 zones of the volleyball court and correctly perform an overhead floater, underhand, and top in serve.

Practicum with rubrics

2.4 Execute correctly the different fundamental skills in playing.

Practicum with rubrics

2.5 Identify their strengths and weaknesses for sports related fitness through testing of agility & speed (via T-test), cardio-respiratory endurance (via Rockport test), flexibility (via sit and reach test), and Power (via Vertical jump test).

Pre-post physical fitness testing Separate manual for performance target as rubrics

General SLO 3. Acquire the principles of training that help them to prevent injuries and improve their performance through active participation in the activities.

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Strategies

3.1 Identify the common violations in volleyball in actual officiating.

Practicum-tournament competition Actual officiating the game

3.2 Give the correct hand signals during the officiating.

Practicum-tournament competition Actual officiating the game

3.3 Explain and interpret correctly the basic rules of the game as applied in coaching and officiating.

Practicum-tournament competition, Written test, Actual officiating the game

General SLO 4. Exhibit the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie and demonstrate the basic knowledge in coaching / officiating and administration in sports activities or mini-tournament. (OSEP)

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Strategies

4.1 Exhibit the values of sportsmanship and apply the rules of the game in coaching and officiating a mini-tournament competition.

Practicum with rubrics

4.2 Participate actively in a mini-tournament by administering sport tournament draws as learning experience.

Practicum-tournament competition Written output: ramifying teams into single elimination, double elimination and round robin

4.3 Demonstrate proper techniques in coaching and make accurate judgment as a referee during the game.

Practicum with rubrics

D. COURSE CONTENT

I. Brief history of volleyball

II. Specification and measurement of materials and equipments

  1. Net
  2. Ball
  3. Playing Court
  4. Posts

III. Physical Fitness test and training

  1. Agility
  2. cardio-respiratory endurance
  3. speed
  4. flexibility
  5. muscular power

IV. Basic Skills

  1. service
  2. passing – dig pass/ set pass
  3. spiking
  4. blocking
  5. ball control

V. Footwork technique

  1. V front and V back
  2. Forward and backward
  3. Sideward - Right/Left

VI. Rules of the game

  1. Service
  2. Scoring
  3. Conduct of players
  4. Do’s and don’ts in playing

VII. Game strategies

  1. Importance of physical exercise
  2. Offensive and defensive play techniques

VIII. Basic coaching and officiating

  1. Training for players
  2. Prevention and care of athletic injuries
  3. Refereeing
  4. Scoring
  5. Line judging

E. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

  • Demonstration, participation in mini-tournament, lecture, individual assignments, and film showing. Assessment will be in the form of attendance, practicum, written test, and quizzes.

F. REQURIED TEXT(S) AND COURSE MATERIALS

  1. American College of Sports Medicine. “ACSM position stands on the recommended quantity and quality of exercise for developing and maintaining cardio-respiratory and muscular fitness, and flexibility in adults.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 30(6): 975–991, 1998 (or most recent edition).
  2. Briner, W., and Benjamin, H. “Volleyball injuries: managing acute and overuse disorders.” The Physician and Sportsmedicine 27(3): (or most recent edition). http://www.physsportsmed.com/issues/1999/03_99/briner.htm, 1999.
  3. Dearing, Joel. Volleyball Fundamentals: A better way to learn the basics. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics 2003 (or most recent edition). (STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)
  4. Fédération Internationale de Volleyball. “The Game: Volleyball, An Introduction.” http://www.fivb.org/TheGame/index.htm
  5. Fry, A. C., Kraemer, W. J., et al. “The Effects of an off-season strength and conditioning program on starters and non-starters in women’s intercollegiate volleyball.”The journal of strength and conditioning research 5(4): 174–181, 1991 (or most recent edition).
  6. Sharkey, Brian J. Fitness & Health: 5th Edition. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics 2001 (or most recent edition).
  7. American Volleyball Coaches Association http://www.avca.org/

Exercise towel, bottled water, appropriate attire (loose-fitting, comfortable clothing that allows a full range of motion around all of the joints of the body), and a wire-bound notebook. Students who come to class without water will NOT be allowed to participate in activity.


G. REFERENCE MATERIALS
Handouts

H. INSTRUCTIONAL COSTS
None

I. EVALUATION
None

J. CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
None

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