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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
A. Preliminary Activities
Routinary Activities
 Good afternoon to everyone!  Good afternoon Sir!
 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
 Anyone can go in front to arrange the  Sir! The answer is Mintonette!
jumbled word.
 Very good! Thank you.
 Mintonette or it is also called
 Now, are you excited to our lesson  Yes Sir!
 Before that, I have question to all of  Sir, we must know the different skills
you. Why we should know the different in volleyball because as an official of
skills in volleyball in officiating a the game, you must know the skills in
game? volleyball to have good call and not be
bias to all team.

 Very good! Thank you! Anyone else?  I think to be fair and as a official you
most know the basic skills to be a good
 Very good! official.
C. Lesson Proper
 Who among the class can guess the  Sir, one of the skills in volleyball is
different skills in volleyball? Give service.
atleast one.
 Very good! Another?  Another skill in volleyball is blocking.
 Very good!
 Let’s give them a chacha clap because
they guessed the skills in volleyball.
 Do you know how to do this?  No Sir.
 I’ll give you a clue. This is a familiar  Yes Sir!
dance with “nakangaga”. Like this, one,
two, three clap, one, two, three
stampand chacha. Did you get it?
 Everybody stand up and perform the  One, two, three clap, one, two, three
chacha clap. stamp and chacha…
 Let’s move on to our lesson.
 There are four skills in volleyball.
These are service, passing, spiking and
 First, service. There are two kinds of (students will listen)
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
(students will raise their hands and
the underhand service.
demonstrate the underhand service)
 Next, overhand service is the most
common style, and this style is very
(students will listen)
effective as if can often lead to an ace
 Second skill is passing. There are two (students will listen)
kinds of passing. These are tossing and
one-arm pass.
 Tossing is passing the ball by means of (students will listen)
the fleshly part of the finger and
passing using a wrist action.
 I need a student to demonstrate to the  Sir, I want to demonstrate tossing the
class the proper tossing of the ball. ball.
 Very good! Thank you! Anyone else?  Sir, I will demonstrate again the
 Very good!! Thank you!
 Third, spiking is an attack skill. Why? (students will listen)
Because the ball is driven hard to kill it
to the opponents’ court.
 Fourth, blocking is defensive (students will listen)
movement. The ball is blocked to lose
it to return to the court of the opponent.
 Who among the class already watch a (some will say yes, some will say no)
volleyball game?
 Almost of the class already watch a
volleyball game.
 Let’s continue our lesson. Let’s go to
different hand signals in volleyball.
 If you watch a volleyball game, can you  Yes Sir, one of the hand signals is time
give me example of hand signals in out.
volleyball and can you show the proper
execution of hand signals.
 Very good. Nice.
 Sir, substitution, circular motion of the
 Anyone else?
forearms around each other.
 Very good class!
 There are so many hand signals in
volleyball. The two are given by your
 First, authorization to serve. Move the (students will listen)
hand to indicate direction of service.
 Second, Team Service. Extend arm to (students will listen)
the side of the team that will serve.
 Third, Change of Courts. Raise the (students will listen)
forearms front and backhand twist them
around the body.
 Fourth, End of a Set. Cross the (students will listen)
forearms in front of the chest, hand
 Fifth, Ball Not Tossed at the Service (students will listen)
Hit. Lift the extended arm, the palm of
the hand facing upwards.
 Sixth, Delay in Service. Raise eight (students will listen)
fingers, spread open.
 Seventh, Blocking Fault. Make a (students will listen)
circular motion with the fore finger.
 Nineth, Ball “in”. Point the arm and (students will listen)
fingers towards the floor.
 Tenth, Ball “Out”. Raise the forearms (students will listen)
vertically, hands open palms toward the
 11’th, Double Contact. Raise the (students will listen)

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