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  1. Lewis Letter # 4Volleyball and Substance Abuse Parents and teachers, We have just completed our Tennis unit with our students. It went really well. One concern is always safety and we did well with our first unit using striking implements. Many students impressed us with the great hand eye coordination. We are very proud of the progress we are making. Our new unit is starting on October 28, 13. We will begin the volleyball unit. A great follow up to tennis because the student have learned about the concept of volleying the ball over a net. They students will learn and practice the skills: serve, spike, bump pass, and set pass during the volleyball unit. We will use the appropriate equipment for the students that may include a suspended volleyball, beach ball, or balloon. It varies per student so we will use what works best. Our health lesson topic is Substance abuse . We will discuss harmful effects that various substances can have on the body. Learning how things effect they body differently. Including alcohol and tobacco.

  2. Volleyball Skill Cues • Forearm Bump • Hands together • Thumbs parallel • Arms flat (Hit with forearms) • Bend and extend knees • SET PASS • Staggered stance • Move under the ball • Diamond fingers (Push with finger pads) • Extend up and follow through

  3. Underhand Serve • Stride position • Ball in non-dominant hand • Contact ball with dominant hand (Make fist and hit under ball) • Contact and follow through Spike • Eyes on the object • Palm flat • Extend to target • Follow through