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A presentation of the didactic unit "Team Sports". Part 3: Volleyball

A presentation of the didactic unit "Team Sports". Part 3: Volleyball

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  • 1. UNITUNIT TEAM SPORTSTEAM SPORTS VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 2. OBJECTIVE:OBJECTIVE: To try to win three of the five sets of theTo try to win three of the five sets of the game.game. To score, there are three differents ways:To score, there are three differents ways: 1) The ball has to touch the floor of the court1) The ball has to touch the floor of the court of the opposing team.of the opposing team. 2) The opposing team is unable to return the2) The opposing team is unable to return the ball to your court.ball to your court. 3) The opposing team makes a fault.3) The opposing team makes a fault. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 3. PLAYING AREA:PLAYING AREA: VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL 9 M NET BACKCOURT FRONTCOURT 18 M 6 M3 M
  • 4. DURATION:DURATION: Volleyball matches do not have a fixed time.Volleyball matches do not have a fixed time. Problem for the media: How long is theProblem for the media: How long is the match? Is very difficult to stablish the TVmatch? Is very difficult to stablish the TV programs.programs. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 5. SCORING:SCORING: The first team to win 25 points, with an advantageThe first team to win 25 points, with an advantage of 2 points or more, wins the set.of 2 points or more, wins the set. In the event of a draw at 24 points, play continuesIn the event of a draw at 24 points, play continues until a two-point advantage is achieved.until a two-point advantage is achieved. The first team to win three sets wins the match.The first team to win three sets wins the match. If the fifth set is playes, the team will need to win 15If the fifth set is playes, the team will need to win 15 points, with a minimum advantage of two points.points, with a minimum advantage of two points. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 6. FAULTS:FAULTS: 1)1) Four touches per teamFour touches per team (is not possible no(is not possible no touch the ball more than three times. The block istouch the ball more than three times. The block is not counted).not counted). 2)2) Two touches per playerTwo touches per player (a player can't touch(a player can't touch the ball twice in a row, unless the first touch isthe ball twice in a row, unless the first touch is the block).the block). 3)3) Touching the netTouching the net (it is not allowed).(it is not allowed). 4)4) Entering the opponent's half of the court:Entering the opponent's half of the court: (entering the other half of the court with any part(entering the other half of the court with any part of the body is not allowed, except when doing aof the body is not allowed, except when doing a block).block). VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 7. FAULTS:FAULTS: 5)5) Failure to rotate. Every time a teamFailure to rotate. Every time a team recovers the serve it has to rotate.recovers the serve it has to rotate. • This involves all of the players moving into the next positionThis involves all of the players moving into the next position in a clockwise direction.in a clockwise direction. • The player positioned in zone 1 is the person who serves.The player positioned in zone 1 is the person who serves. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 8. FAULTS:FAULTS: 6)6) Invasion:Invasion: is not possible to enter in the courtis not possible to enter in the court of the opponent, except when doing a block.of the opponent, except when doing a block. 7)7) Serve faults:Serve faults: ● Not to make the serve with one hand.Not to make the serve with one hand. ● To set foot into the serve/service line.To set foot into the serve/service line. ● To take more than 5 seconds to serve.To take more than 5 seconds to serve. ● To make the serve out of the area behind theTo make the serve out of the area behind the serve/service line.serve/service line. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 9. PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS: 1)1) DEFENDERS:DEFENDERS: responsible for receivingresponsible for receiving serves and spikes and passing the ball to theserves and spikes and passing the ball to the setters. They play in zones 5,6 and 1.setters. They play in zones 5,6 and 1. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 10. PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS: 2)2) SETTERS:SETTERS: their role is to pass the ball into atheir role is to pass the ball into a good position so a teammate can spike it. Theygood position so a teammate can spike it. They normally play in zone 3.normally play in zone 3. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 11. PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS: 3)3) SPIKERS:SPIKERS: they have to be strong and able tothey have to be strong and able to jump high in order to produce powerful spikes.jump high in order to produce powerful spikes. They usually play in zones 2 and 4.They usually play in zones 2 and 4. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL
  • 12. 4)4) LIBERO:LIBERO: a defensive playera defensive player that can be continually substituted onthat can be continually substituted on and off the court.and off the court. This player is used to replace any ofThis player is used to replace any of the other players when, by rotation,the other players when, by rotation, they are situated in a defensivethey are situated in a defensive position.position. The libero can be easily recognizedThe libero can be easily recognized because he or she is dressed in abecause he or she is dressed in a different colour to the rest of thedifferent colour to the rest of the team.team. VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:PLAYER SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:
  • 13. SERVE OR SERVICE:SERVE OR SERVICE: - .It is used to begin to play.- .It is used to begin to play. -. It has to be done using the plam of one hand.-. It has to be done using the plam of one hand. -. There are lots of differents types of serve:-. There are lots of differents types of serve: UNDERHAND SERVEUNDERHAND SERVE VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS
  • 14. SERVE OR SERVICE: OVERHAND SERVE VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS
  • 15. FINGER PASS FOREARM PASS VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS
  • 16. FEINT BLOCKING VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS
  • 17. SPIKE VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS
  • 18. DIVE VOLLEYBALLVOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICSTECHNICAL MOVES AND TACTICS