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California State University, Sacramento Department of Kinesiology and Health Science Fall 2009
Dr. Joan Neide Solano Annex 1003 278-5383 [email protected]
This class will be a WEB-CT class. A SAC LINK account is required for all students.
I. Name of Course:
Analysis of Net Games
II. Course Number: KINS 141
KINS 138 Teaching Strategies in Physical Education
V. Catalog Description: This course is designed to prepare physical education students
to analyze and teach net games in the public school
setting. Student will be given the opportunity to learn and apply the basic techniques of tennis, badminton, pickle-ball, and volleyball as well as the offensive and defensive net strategies for game play. Emphasis will be given to skill acquisition and analysis. VI. Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Develop and demonstrate beginning tennis, badminton, pickle-ball, and volleyball skills and techniques. 2. Apply the basic rules and offensive and defensive net strategies of tennis, badminton, pickle-ball, and volleyball in game play. 3. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding
of the history and evolution of a variety of net sports. 4. Develop and utilize the ability to analyze movement and apply the principles of feedback to improve the student's learning and performance. 5. Create a repertoire of lead-up activities and modified games. 6. Demonstrate visual and verbal cues that are indicative of effective teaching
. 7. Develop knowledge of equipment and facilities necessary for effective net game programs. 8. Utilize different methods to assess and evaluate student performance
. 9. The student will be able to explain and apply a range of instructional strategies appropriate for English Language
Learners. 10. The student will be able to demonstrate the understanding of sheltered instruction by using a variety of interactive and multimodal means to accessing information. VII. Course Content: Pickle-ball 1. Rules and regulations 2. Pickle-ball basic techniques: forehand, backhand, volley, lob and serve 3. Ball spins and skill drills 4. History and development 5. Equipment and facilities 6. Offensive and defensive net game strategies
Tennis 1. Grips 2. Footwork 3. Forehand and backhand (1 and 2 handed) 4. Placement 5. Serving 6. Return of serve
7. Net play forehand and backhand volley and overheads 8. Lob - offensive and defensive 9. Rules and regulations 10. Singles and doubles strategy 11. History and development 12. Equipment and facilities 13. Skill progression 14. Lead up and modified games 15. Analysis of movement 16. Offensive and defensive net game strategies Badminton 1. Forehand strokes: overhead, clear, drop, and smash 2. Backhand strokes: overhead, clear, underhand, and drop 3. Services: high deep, low short, low short backhand 4. Service returns 5. Footwork 6. Fundamental strategy and tactics 7. Rules and regulations 8. History and development 9. Equipment and facilities 10. Skill progressions 11. Lead up and modified games 12. Analysis of movement 13. Offensive and defensive net game strategies Volleyball 1. Forearm pass 2. Setting 3. Spiking 4. Tip and of-speed spike 5. Serving: underhand, overhead, sidearm, jump 6. Receiving serve 7. Blocking, single and multiple 8. Retrieving the ball from the net 9. Team play 10. Offensive and defensive net game strategies VIII. Methodology: This course will be organized into a lecture/lab experience. Video Analysis Demonstration Peer teaching Reciprocal skill analysis
IX. Course Evaluation
Plan: Pickle-ball Quizzes (SacCT) Tennis Analysis of Errors and Corrections I Analysis of Errors and Corrections II
20 pts. 10 pts. 10 pts.
Skill Test Demonstration of Skills Peer Teaching Quizzes (SacCT) Badminton Analysis of Errors and Corrections I Task Sheets Quiz - Badminton
10 pts. 20 pts. 20 pts.
Volleyball Skill Evaluation Sheet I Skill Evaluation Sheet II Teaching Cues List Quiz - Volleyball
10 pts. 10 pts. 10 pts. 20 pts.
Final Exam Net Strategies and Pedagogy Total = 250 points
15 pts. 20 pts. 5 pts. 20 pts. 50 pts.
* Details of each assignment will be given in class. Late work will be accepted, but the grade will be no higher than a "C". No assignment will be accepted after 5 days from the due date
. No Exceptions. There will be no make-up for quizzes missed. Attendance Policy 0-2 absences, no deduction of overall grade 3 absences, deduction of Ѕ grade (i.e. B grade will be reduced to B-) 4 absences, deduction of full final grade 5 or more absences, failure X. Calendar Section 1 Meets from Sept. 1 - Oct. 20 Pickle-ball and Tennis (Neide) Section 2 Meets from Sept. 1 - Oct. 20 Badminton and Volleyball Section 1 Meets from Oct. 22 - Dec. 10 Badminton and Volleyball Section 2 Meets from Oct. 22 - Dec. 10 Pickle-ball and Tennis (Neide) Final: December 17, 2009 10:15-12:15
XI. Required Text: Ballou, R. (1998). Badminton for beginners. (2nd.Ed.) Colorado: Morton Publishing Co. Curtis, J. (1998). Pickle-ball (3rd. Ed.) Colorado: Morton Publishing Co. Dearing, J. (2003). Volleyball Fundamentals. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. USTA (2000) USA School Tennis Curriculum. (8th Ed.) NY: United States Tennis Association. Plagiarism Policy: According to Harris (2001), "plagiarism is using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to the other person. When you use someone else's words, you must put quotations marks around them and give the writer or speaker credit by revealing the source in a citation. Even if you revise or paraphrase the words of someone else or just use that person's ideas, you still must give the author credit in a note. Not giving due credit to the creator of an idea or writing is very much like lying" (pg. 25). Harris, R. (2001). The plagiarism handbook. USA: Pyrczak Publishing. The consequences for plagiarizing are: 1. No credit given for assignment or test 2. Final grade will be dropped by Ѕ grade (i.e. B becomes a B-) 3. Your name will be submitted to Student Affairs 4
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