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Arizona State University

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College


Physical Education Program - Lesson Plan Template
Teacher: Mr. Hovik
Grade(s): 9-12
NASPE Content Standard(s) targeted (LIST ONLY THOSE YOU TARGET IN THE
LESSON): demonstrates competency in various motor skills & movement patterns
Lesson Objectives (Explicit, observable): By the end of the lesson students will be able to ... and/or
understand By the end of the lesson students will understand rules and how to play volleyball the
proper way. They will understand the basic hits and procedures when playing volleyball.
Organization Student (individual, partners, 3's, groups of?):
Students will be in teams of about 6.
Formal Assessment/Evidence of Mastery (Include a variety of methods of checking for
understanding & creating a record of student performance): (REMEMBER THAT FORMAL
MEANS YOU END UP WITH A PERMANENT RECORD OF STUDENT PREFORMANCE T
LESSONS END!
I will be watching students perform during their game. I will check to see if students are dressed out
and on time. I will mark in my book if a student is misbehaving or not participating.
Key vocabulary targeted: (CCR)
Needed equipment and Set-up:
Pass
Set
3 nets
Spike
3 volleyballs
Serve
WHAT WILL YOU DO TO ENCOURAGE PA BEYOND THE LESSON?

CLASS MANAGEMENT:
Student grouping mgmt.:
Captains picked their teams
Equipment mgmt.:
Volleyball in cart
Mgmt. routines:
Students must be dressed out if they want to play.
Behavior Mgmt:
Students will be dealt with if they are misbehaving.
CONTENT SEQUENCE:
Opening/Anticipatory Set: (state objectives, connect to previous learning, and make relevant to real
life)
Tournament day: make sure they get warmed up properly and are ready to go.

Introductory Activity/Warm-up segment:


Horse shoe: jog/walk/run/jog/agilities
Fitness Development segment:
Horse shoe: jog/walk/run/jog/agilities
Squat jumps/ pushups
Skill Development content - Include Critical Elements, Teaching Cues, and Common Errors you
will likely need to address:
Students will jump into playing games because it is the last day of the unit. They will compete to try
and win the championship.
Game Content- Include Rule Modifications and progression, rules: Students will play 6v6 king
court. Winners will move up and losing teams will move down. Whoever is on the kings court when
the class is over will be the champion. Teams will play to 9 points. Teams must rotate properly and
everyone will get a chance to serve.
Feedback Statements: (specific positive and corrective)
Excellent job keeping your arms locked and straight when passing the ball Remember to
make a diamond shape when setting your teammate

Closure/Lesson Summary:
Congratulate the championship team and talk about how they were successful in volleyball.

Lesson Extension:
Encourage students to try new sports and games outside of P.E.