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Basic Volleyball Hits • Bump/Forearm Pass/Underhand Pass – Used to pass the ball to a teammate. Hands together; keep arms straight; bend your knees, do not swing your arms; contact ball with the flat part of your forearms • Set/Overhead Pass/Fingertip Pass – Used to set up a teammate for a spike. Create a triangle with your
Print the PDF: Volleyball Vocabulary Worksheet Start your students off with this volleyball vocabulary worksheet, which features terms, such as "attack." In volleyball, each team plays with three players in the front row, near the net, and three in the back row.
Volleyball Vocabulary 4-2 Offense - An offensive formation where a team designates two setters, each of whom set from the right front position. 5-1 Offense - An offensive formation where a team has one designated setter and five offensive attackers. 6-2 Offense - An offensive formation with two designated back row setters.
Volleyball Vocabulary Complete the activity. Set Attack Mintonette Spike Setter Hold Block Attack line 1. An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting the ball over the net 2. To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of releasing it immediately 3. To smash the ball overarm into the opponent's court 4.
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ID: 486264 Language: English School subject: Physical Education (PE) Grade/level: Grade 6-9 Age: 9-15 Main content: Vocabulary Other contents: Multiple Choice Add to my workbooks (10)
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POWER VOLLEYBALL – A competitive style of volleyball started by the Japanese. QUICK – a player approaching the setter for a quick inside hit. QUICK SET – a set (usually 2’ above the net) in which the hitter is approaching the setter, and may even be in the air, before the setter delivers the ball.
Back-One: When a volleyball is set quickly or low to the middle hitter or the right side hitter. Back-Two: A high set of the volleyball to the middle or the right side hitter. Bump : A first hit or pass that is used to set an attack. Carry: A fault in which the volleyball is held for too long of time in the player's hands.