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Theory of Volleyball
VLLYBALL THEOR
CLASS CODE: PE 345 CREDITS:  2 FEE:  $4.00
DIVISION: EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT: EXERCISE & SPORTS SCIENCE
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: To explore the concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals and principles of volleyball.
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to assist volleyball teachers/coaches to learn the sport of volleyball so they would be qualified to teach and/or coach the sport of volleyball as well as develop individual coaching philosophies of the game.
TOPICS: Textbook:
Coaching Volleyball
Building a Winning Team
McGown, Fronsue and Moser
OBJECTIVES: The student will:
1. Gain a knowledge of the history, basic skills, and game rules
2. Become acquainted with coaching philosophies and methods and begin to develop their own coaching philosophy
3. Become acquainted with managerial aspects of coaching such as keeping statistics, running practices, running summer camps, and developing strength and conditioning programs.
4. Work to develop highest level as possible of skill performance in the sport of volleyball
5. Gain a strong knowledge of team offenses, defenses, transition skills, and how they apply to the game and to the outcome of a season
6. Learn and participate in many lead-up and practice games that will be excellent to improve their coaching potential.
7. Learn about desired coaching/teaching practices that will enable them to be desirable coaches and role models for youth.
8. Learn enthusiasm for teaching the sport of volleyball and develop a love of the game
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Students will be required to attend and participate in each class
2. Take exams and quizzes
3. Students will work to develop highest level of skill performance as possible in the sport of volleyball
4. Quizes, exams
5. Students will be expected to know material from textbook reading assignments, class participation and testing
PREREQUISITES: Must have a knowledge and skills of volleyball.
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2003