SUNY Cortland Physical Education

Sepak Takraw Activity Progression


Instructions:


One of the characteristics of effective teachers is their content knowledge. They are able to develop interesting progressions that help students learn the skills they are teaching. Use this template to create a logical progression sequence for a skill, task or activity for students of varying abilities.


The instructor will determine most complex step (or end point) for you. Devise as many steps leading to that end point as you can. These steps should be in order of complexity with the simplest element in the progression at the bottom of the

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Once you have completed this progression, you should be able to select one or more components from it to use in developing a lesson plan


Skill(s):

LEAST COMPLEX SKILL

 

Tasks (Extensions)

The activities for the whole class

Cues (Refinements)

Secrets to improve performance

Challenges (Applications)

More chances to practice the same tasks

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Self-volley with a balloon

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley balloon at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Self-volley with a beach ball

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley beach ball at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Self-volley with a volleyball

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley volleyball at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Self-volley with a gator skin ball

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley gator skin ball at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Self-volley with a takraw ball

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley takraw ball at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley balloon with a partner

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley balloon at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley beach ball with a partner

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley beach ball at least three times in a row using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley volleyball with a partner

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley volleyball at least three times in a row without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley gator skin ball with a partner

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley gator skin ball at least three times in a row using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley takraw ball with a partner

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley takraw ball at least three times in a row using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands

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Volley balloon within group of five

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley balloon as long as possible without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands. Each player is limited to three touches per possession before passing.

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Volley beach ball within group of five

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley beach ball as long as possible without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands. Each player is limited to three touches per possession before passing.

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Volley volleyball within group of five

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley volleyball as long as possible without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands. Each player is limited to three touches per possession before passing.

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Volley gator skin ball within group of five

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley gator skin ball as long as possible without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands. Each player is limited to three touches per possession before passing.

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Volley takraw ball within group of five

Soft touch and give with the ball upon contact

Volley takraw ball as long as possible without it hitting the ground using foot, thigh, head, or any other body part but not hands. Each player is limited to three touches per possession before passing.

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Pass balloon in sequence within group of five standing in circle

Eye contact with target

Body facing target and behind ball

Give with the ball upon contact

Soft touch to prepare next touch

Pass balloon in sequence (1-5). Each player is limited to three touches before passing. Order of players standing in circle is 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 going clockwise or counterclockwise.

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Pass beach ball in sequence within group of five standing in circle

Eye contact with target

Body facing target and behind ball

Give with the ball upon contact

Soft touch to prepare next touch

Pass beach ball in sequence (1-5). Each player is limited to three touches before passing. Order of players standing in circle is 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 going clockwise or counterclockwise.

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Pass volleyball in sequence within group of five standing in circle

Eye contact with target

Body facing target and behind ball

Give with the ball upon contact

Soft touch to prepare next touch

Pass volleyball in sequence (1-5). Each player is limited to three touches before passing. Order of players standing in circle is 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 going clockwise or counterclockwise.

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Pass gator skin ball in sequence within group of five standing in circle

Eye contact with target

Body facing target and behind ball

Give with the ball upon contact

Soft touch to prepare next touch

Pass gator skin ball in sequence (1-5). Each player is limited to three touches before passing. Order of players standing in circle is 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 going clockwise or counterclockwise.

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Pass takraw ball in sequence within group of five standing in circle

Eye contact with target

Body facing target and behind ball

Give with the ball upon contact

Soft touch to prepare next touch

Pass takraw ball in sequence (1-5). Each player is limited to three touches before passing. Order of players standing in circle is 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 going clockwise or counterclockwise.

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MOST COMPLEX SKILL

 

"Guiding and inspiring youngsters in the process of becoming physically educated and healthy for a lifetime."              2009-01-14