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Physical Education

Darren (5th grade): 1st Quarter Test - Physical Education

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Underhand serve A type of serve in which the player holds the ball in one hand, swings the other in an arc motion below the waist and strikes the ball from the bottom with a fist to put it in play.
Ten foot line The line on both sides of the court where back row players have to jump behind for attacks and liberos have to stay behind in order to set with their hands.
Sideout scoring A scoring system in which a point can only be scored by the team that is serving.
Rotation The act of changing position in volleyball in a clockwise motion. With each new serve won, each player moves one position to the right.
Overhand serve A serve in which the player tosses the ball with one hand and strikes in the air above her head.
Foot fault When a server steps on or over the line in the process of a serve.
Forearm pass A skill in volleyball in which the ball is propelled by the forearms.
Four hits A rule violation in which a team contacts the ball four times in one possession. Only three contacts are allowed.
Double hit An illegal contact in which the ball touches a player twice in succession.
Error When a contact is unretrievable by a teammate or results in a point for the other team.
Created by: judicpa