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COURSE DESCRIPTION 
Welcome to PHE 001 Volleyball. This class is designed to help players, who have a basic understanding of technical and tactical aspects of volleyball, learn to play the game on a more proficient level. Instruction will focus mostly on systems of play with some time devoted to individual skill development. This is a P/NP (pass/no pass) physical activities class desiring to introduce a recreational activity that promotes a life style of physical fitness and personal health.

COURSE RULES 
Attendance: The maximum number of allowable absences is four (4). More than 4 absences will result in a “No Pass” for the course. NO NEED TO CONTACT ME. You get 4 misses FOR being sick, make-up labs, car issues, etc… 
Participation: Class participation in activities is a must. 
Dress: Wear tennis shoes, sweats, shorts, a t-shirt (knee pads are recommended but optional). 
Most important: Have fun! Go Ags ~

MISCELLANOUS 
Opportunities to participate beyond class: 
UCD Men’s Club Team: http://sportclubs.ucdavis.edu/mens-volleyball/
UCD Women’s Club Team: http://sportclubs.ucdavis.edu/womens-volleyball/
UCD Campus Intramurals: http://imsports.ucdavis.edu/intramural/
Grass Doubles: http://www.volleyzoo.com/
Officiating: http://www.volleyballreftraining.com/
Rules: http://usavolleyball.org/resources/officials-rules
Volleyball news (On a national level) 
USA National Team: http://www.usavolleyball.org/
CA Beach Association: http://www.cbva.com/
American Volleyball Coaches Association: http://www.avca.org/
Collegiate Gossip Boards: http://volleytalk.proboards88.com/?
International Volleyball: http://www.fivb.org/
Injuries can occur in volleyball. Make EVERY effort to be SAFE!

TENTITIVE PROGRESSION (Indoor/Outdoor) 
Standard “W” formation (used for “freeball” and 5 person serve receive) 
Base 
Serve receive patterns: 5 person pass (pp), 4 pp, 3pp (if time permits) 
6-6 offensive system 
4-2 offensive system 
6-2 offensive system 
5-1 offensive system


KEY WORDS TO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND (Indoor/Outdoor)
Rotational Order 
Rules of Alignment 
Serve Reception Formation(s) 
“W” Formation 
Base 
Switching 
Freeball Formation 
Blocking (net defense) 
Digging (backcourt defense) 
Sideout 
Kill

IN CASE OF AN INJURY 
There are risks and dangers inherent in participating and/or in receiving instruction in a PE-1 activity course.  Injury resulting from participation is always a possibility in physical activity.  Please carefully follow the guidelines provided in this class.  Please notify your instructor immediately if you become injured or ill. If not expressed, the assumption is that the student is in good health and is capable of participating in all facets of physical activity related to this class.

Injury: 
Bring to the attention of the instructor 
Do not move yourself (wait for instructor to come to you) 
Move to the sideline when indicated by professor 
Obtain ice from instructor 
Make appointment with student health center if necessary

UC DAVIS WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 
Web: http://www.ucdavisaggies.com/sports/w-volley/ucda-w-volley-body.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UCDavisVolleyball
Big West Conference: http://www.bigwest.org/sports/wvball/