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LOG BOOK

CO-CURRICULUM FOR VOLLEYBALL

SEMESTER 1
SESSION 201705

Personal Information

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Students Reg. No :

I.C No :

Telephone No :

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Performance Evaluation

Throughout the practical session, the performance of all the students who enroll in the co-
curriculum course will be evaluated through marks and graded. However, the grades will not
contribute to the GPA and CGPA.
Games/Sports & Cultural courses are evaluated based on the following:
i. Attendance 20%
ii. Log Book 20%
iii. Involvement 10%
iv. Achievement 10%
v. Technical skills 40%

Attendance
1. Students who are absent from the Co-curriculum course and present a letter/proof of the
reasons stated below will be considered present with a remark:
a. Medical Certificate (MC)
b. Represent TAR College for external events
c. Death of IMMEDIATE family member

2. Students who are absent with the reasons below will not be considered present:
a. Involvement in club/societies/school activities
b. Personal matters

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Course Content/ Lesson Plan (to be given)

Week 1 1. To introduce the history and current development of volleyball


2. To enable students to understand the rules and regulations of volleyball
3. To enable students to understand basic principles for warm up exercise

Week 2 1. To introduce the basic digging skills


2. To expose students to the types of volleyball digging drills

Week 3 1. To recap session 2.


2. To detect and correct errors in digging skills

Week 4 1. To introduce the basic serve skills (underhand serve & overhand serve)
2. To continue practicing digging

Week 5 1. To recap session 4.


2. To introduce the basic spiking skills

Week 6 1. To continue practicing digging and spiking


2. Skills Test - Digging

Week 7 1. To detect and correct errors in digging, spiking and serving skills

Week 8 1. To introduce the basic blocking skills


2. To enhance tactics and strategy play
3. Revision and training for volleyball skills test (Digging, Serve)

Week 9 1. To evaluate students mastery of digging

Week 10 1. To evaluate students mastery of spiking


2. Skills Test Serve

Week 11 1. To enhance tactics and strategy play

Week 11 Co-Curriculum Day (19th August 2017)

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Rules and Regulations (20%)

To abstract the important rules and regulations (for games)

(130 - 150 words)

Current Issues (20%)

Choose an article on any current issue (any media)


Write your personal opinion regarding the issue in not more than 150 words.

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(130 - 150 words)

Log Entry (1) Individual Activity 1 (5%)

Date : Time :
Venue:
Log in 3 individual activities and 2 group activities that you carry out during your leisure time.
Information such as date/time/venue/number of participants must be included.
Write about the type of activity/skills and some learning principles.

Activity/ Skill:

Activity list/ Training program:

Achievement/ Result:

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(80 - 100 words)

Log Entry (2) Individual Activity 2 (5%)

Date : Time :

Activity/ Skill:

Activity list/ Training program:

Achievement/ Result:

(80 - 100 words)

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Log Entry (3) Individual Activity 3 (5%)

Date : Time :

Activity/ Skill:

Activity list/ Training program:

Achievement/ Result:

(80 - 100 words)

Log Entry (4) Group Activity 1 (5%)

Date : Time :

Activity/ Skill:

Activity list/ Training program:

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Achievement/ Result:

(80 - 100 words)

Log Entry (5) Group Activity 2 (5%)

Date : Time :

Activity/ Skill:

Activity list/ Training program:

Achievement/ Result:

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(80 - 100 words)

My Personal Activity Log (15%)

Date Time Activity Goal Confirmed by


Staff / Student

Students are required to log their own learning time of not less than 14 hours (any activity
related to skills and physical fitness)

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Reflections

What did I learn from this course? (10%)

What should I do to further develop my soft skills and technical skills? (10%)

Comments : (by staff)

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Marking Rubrics

Competency Level
Description
1 2 3 4 5
Very Poor Poor Average Very Good Excellent
Attendance (100%) Attend 10 sessions Attend 11 sessions Attend 12 Attend 13 sessions Attend all sessions
sessions or or

10
(60) (70) (80) (90) (100)

Sometimes Sometimes a A satisfactory A strong group A true team


chooses not to satisfactory group group member member who member who
participate and member who does who does most of consistently does contributes a lot
does not complete what is required what is required what is required. of effort, and
assigned tasks Other group encourages and
Involvement
members can supports the
(100%)
count on this efforts of others in
person the group

(10 20) (21 40) (41 60) (61 80) (81 100)
Preliminary Round Second Round and Semi Finalist of Champion and
Participated in Quarter Finalist of the competition Runner Up of the
competition the competition competition
Achievement in
Tournament Co-
Curriculum Day**
(100%)

(40) (50) (60) ( 70-80) (90 -100)


The report does The report The report The report The report
not refer to the explains some of explains most of explains all of the explains all the key
purpose of the the purpose of the the purpose of the key purpose of the purpose of the
practice. Some practice but miss practice. All points practice. All points practice and point
points are not key purposes. are present, but are present, in out less obvious
Log Book Report present, nor are Most points are are either not order, and one as well. All
(100%) they together or in present, but they together or in together points are present,
order are together or in order in order, and
order together

(10 20) (21 40) (41 60) (61 80) (81 100)
Accumulate below Accumulate Accumulate Accumulate Accumulate
1- 2 points between 3 4 between 5 6 between 7 8 between 9 - 10
Service test points points points points
(100%)
(10 - 20) (21 - 40) (41 - 60) (61 - 80) (81 - 100)
Accumulate below Accumulate Accumulate Accumulate Accumulate
1- 2 points between 3 4 between 5 6 between 7 8 between 9 - 10
Digging test
points points points points
(100%)
(10 - 20) (21 - 40) (41 - 60) (61 - 80) (81 - 100)

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