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Chapter 26

Chapter 26

Volleying and Dribbling


Chapter 26 key points
Chapter 26 Key Points

  • Volleying and dribbling are typically exclusively games skills and used in sports such as volleyball and basketball

  • Recently associated with children games, games of different cultures and games using innovative equipment (e.g. hacky sacks, volleybirds )

  • Require fine hand-eye coordination and are thus two of the last fundamental manipulative skills to develop in children


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Volleying

Precontrol Level Tasks

  • Children still struggling to achieve hand-eye coordination and directly flight of ball intentionally

  • Provide a variety of opportunities to explore volleying

  • Have children concentrate on:

    • Watching the object as it approaches them and

    • Making contact with the ball


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Volleying

Control Level Tasks

  • Geared to teach children to:

    • Strike an object continuously with a bounce in self-space

    • Control the amount of force

  • Appropriate activities include:

    • Volleying with different body parts

    • Striking overhand and underhand

    • Striking over designated lines with partner


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Volleying (cont)

Utilization Level Tasks

  • Aim to help children develop consistency and accuracy by:

    • Controlling the direction and force of their strikes

    • Produce a level surface for striking with a variety of body parts

    • Combine striking with several different concepts (e.g. moving in relation to people and/or objects) and strategic placement


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Volleying (cont)

Proficiency Level Tasks

  • Geared towards helping children:

    • Move consistently and accurately in relation to others, in unpredictable, dynamic situations

    • Strike an object while simultaneously focusing on the surrounding activities


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Volleying (cont)

  • Progression spiral suggests a sequence for developing volleying

  • Activities found in text

  • Identifies Tasks

    Identifies Challenges

  • Assessment ideas found throughout chapter


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Dribbling

  • The skill of striking downwards with the hands.

    Teaching Dribbling

    Precontrol Level Tasks

    • Exploration of striking the ball down repeatedly in self-space, then walking and dribbling

    • Involve children making contact with the ball so that it comes back to them while in a stationary position


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Dribbling (cont)

Control Level Tasks

  • Focus should be on:

    • Varying dribbles (i.e. different heights and positions around the body)

    • Dribbling with non-dominant hand

    • Dribbling while traveling


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Dribbling (cont)

Utilization Level Tasks

  • Involve incorporating dribbling into beginning dynamic game-like situations requiring:

    • Combining dribbling with other skills

    • Dribbling with either hand without looking at the ball


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Dribbling (cont)

Proficiency Level Tasks

  • Geared to help children develop an automatic level of dribbling

  • Tasks should focus on changes in speed, direction and pathways at will

  • Enjoyment of dynamic game situations involving larger groups

  • Strategic development


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Chapter 26 Key Points

Teaching Dribbling (cont)

  • Progression Spiral suggests a sequence for developing

    dribbling

  • Activities found in text

  • Identifies Tasks

    Identifies Challenges

  • Assessment ideas found throughout chapter


Progression Spiral for Developing the Skill Theme of Volleying

• PROFICIENCY LEVEL

Playing modified volleyball

Volleying in a line formation

Spiking

Striking downward with force

Serving overhand over the net

Striking with different body parts while traveling

• UTILIZATION LEVEL

Serving underhand over the net

Volleying three on three

Volleying continuously to a partner

Volleying over a net

Striking to the wall—varying levels, force, and body position

Volleying with a volleybird

Playing Aerial Soccer

Volleying with the foot

Striking a ball continuously with different body parts

Volleying game: child-designed

• CONTROL LEVEL

Obstacle‑Course Volley

Playing one‑bounce volleyball

Playing Keep It Up

Volleying to a partner (overhead pattern)

Volleying a ball upward (overhead pattern)

Volleying to the wall (overhead pattern)

Striking over a low net (underhand pattern)

Playing Four Square, Two Square (underhand pattern)

Playing Hoop Volley (underhand pattern)

Striking a ball over a line (underhand pattern)

Striking a ball to the wall (underhand pattern)

Striking a ball upward with the forearms (the bump)

Striking a ball upward (underhand pattern)

Striking a ball noncontinuously with different body parts

• PRECONTROL LEVEL

Striking lightweight objects

Striking with different body parts

Striking a balloon forward

Striking balloons in the air


Progression Spiral for Developing the Skill Theme of Dribbling

• PROFICIENCY LEVEL

Small‑group basketball

Dribble/Pass Keep Away

Dribbling and throwing at a target

Making up fancy dribbling/passing routines

Dribbling and passing in game situations

Dribbling while dodging

Dribble Tag

Now You’ve Got It, Now You Don’t

Dribbling against opponents: group situations

• UTILIZATION LEVEL

Dribbling against an opponent: one on one

Dribbling and passing with a partner

Mirroring and matching while dribbling

Dribbling around stationary obstacles

Dribbling in different pathways

Starting and stopping while changing directions

Dribbling while changing directions

Dribbling and changing speed of travel

• CONTROL LEVEL

Moving switches

Dribbling and traveling

Dribbling in different places around the body while stationary Dribbling with the body in different positions

Switches

Dribbling and looking

Dribbling at different heights

Dribble like a basketball player

All the time dribble

• PRECONTROL LEVEL

Dribbling and walking

Bouncing a ball down (dribbling) continuously

Bouncing a ball down and catching it