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Volleyball lesson

The document provides information about volleyball, including its history and the basic skills and dimensions involved in playing the game. It was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan and originally called 'mintonette.' The key skills discussed are serving, passing, setting, spiking, and blocking. The court has boundaries, a net, attack lines, and a service area. The three main types of serves are underhand, overhead, and jump serves.

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Volleyball lesson
The brief history of Volleyball
The game of volleyball, Originally called
“mintonette”, was invented in 1895 by
Willam G. Morgan, he graduate at S
pringfield College Of The YMCA.
The offensive style of setting was first
demonstrated in the Philippines in 1916.
• Boundary lines- It signifies
the court’s perimeter and included
the end lines to mark the length,
and the sidelines to mark the
width, of the court. When the ball
is grounded in these areas, it is
considered in and therefore
attacking team will obtain a score.
Dimensions of Volleyball Court
• Net- is separates the two teams.
It was placed directly over the
center line. The dimensions of
the net vary per division, which
will be discussed in the next
section.
Dimensions of Volleyball Court

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Volleyball lesson

  • 1. 4 Pics 1 Word S__ __ R__S P O T
  • 2. 4 Pics 1 Word V__L__EY__A__L O L B L
  • 4. The brief history of Volleyball The game of volleyball, Originally called “mintonette”, was invented in 1895 by Willam G. Morgan, he graduate at S pringfield College Of The YMCA. The offensive style of setting was first demonstrated in the Philippines in 1916.
  • 5. • Boundary lines- It signifies the court’s perimeter and included the end lines to mark the length, and the sidelines to mark the width, of the court. When the ball is grounded in these areas, it is considered in and therefore attacking team will obtain a score. Dimensions of Volleyball Court
  • 6. • Net- is separates the two teams. It was placed directly over the center line. The dimensions of the net vary per division, which will be discussed in the next section. Dimensions of Volleyball Court
  • 7. • Attack lines- are lines drawn in the court and it is the line that separates the front court and the back court. Front court is the area near the net, while the back court is the area between the attack line and the end line. Dimensions of Volleyball Court
  • 8. • Service area- is the area beyond the end line where in players serves the ball. Dimensions of Volleyball Court
  • 9. Basic Skills In Volleyball 1. SERVE Serving the ball is the start of a volleyball game. A player is to serve the ball in order to drive the ball towards the opponent's court. The harder you serve the ball, the more difficult it is for the opponent to receive the ball and make an attack. A serve that lands on the court of the opponent without being touched is called an ace or if it goes outside of the playing court after it is being touched by an opposing player.
  • 10. 3 Types of Serving Underhand serve – is a serve in which the player strikes the ball below the waist instead of tossing it up and striking it above the head. Underhand serves are considered very easy to receive.
  • 11. 3 Types of Serving Overhead serve - is a kind of service wherein a player tosses the ball and strikes it over his head with an open hand. This service is sometimes called as a float serve or a top spin. This kind of service is a basic kind of service when it comes to professional leagues.
  • 12. 3 Types of Serving Jump serve — is an overhand serve where the ball is first tossed high in the air, then the player makes a timed approach and jumps to make contact with the ball, hitting it with much pace and topspin. This is the most popular serve among college and professional teams.
  • 13. Basic Skills In Volleyball 2. DIG PASS It is also called as a pass or a bump. In this skill, the player hits the ball with their forehand and passes the ball to the next player who sets or tosses the ball. This is often done when the opposing team serves the ball, and the other team receives the ball in preparation for an attack
  • 14. Basic Skills In Volleyball 3. TOSS The toss is most likely the second contact of a play. The main goal of tossing is to toss the ball up in the air in order for the spiker to hit the ball properly and to make a successful attack to score a point. The setter coordinates the offensive movements and decides which player will hit the ball.
  • 15. Basic Skills In Volleyball 4. SPIKE The spike, also known as the attack, is usually the third contact a team makes with the ball. The objective of attacking is to handle the ball so that it lands on the opponent's court and cannot be defended. A player makes a series of steps (approach), jumps and swings at the ball. At the moment of contact, the hitter's arm is fully extended above his or her head and slightly forward, making the highest possible contact while maintaining the ability to deliver a powerful hit. The hitter uses arm swing, wrist snap and a rapid forward contraction of the entire body to drive the ball.
  • 16. Basic Skills In Volleyball 5. BLOCK Blocking is one of the important skills in volleyball. It may be because it would require a player to be able to jump as high as possible to be able to reach the top of the net and deflect an attack or spike. It also requires proper timing, positioning and strong upper extremities. Side stepping and cross-stepping are also important to enable the blocker to move from one side of the court to the other, without removing eye contact with the ball. A successful block above the net may be done only by the front players to avoid a blocking fault.