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What do I know about Fair Play? Auto avaluation test
Would you like to know how much do you know about Fair Play? Then you have 15 questions with 3 possible answers. You must choose the option you think is the best. Then you have 15 questions with 3 possible answers. You must choose the option you think is the best. You must add all the points you achieve in another sheet. When you have all the puntuation you can check if your attitudes are or not of Fair Play. You must add all the points you achieve in another sheet. When you have all the puntuation you can check if your attitudes are or not of Fair Play. You must answer each situation with sincerity to know truly your level of Fair Play. You must answer each situation with sincerity to know truly your level of Fair Play.
1. What doesFair Play mean? a) The most important thing is winning b) Playing with the aim of winning and respecting the game or sport rules. c) Playing with sportivity, more than having respect for the rules.
0 points a) Incorrect. In sport competitions its better to win and to do your best, but not at any price. See the correct answerNext question
3 points b) Fair Play not only implies respecting rules of procedure. Fair Play its a philosophy and a way of understanding sport. See the correct answerNext question
Correct! 5 points c) According to the sciencie of sport Dictionary(1992) Fair Play implies: - Recognition and respect for the rules of the game. - Relatioships with the enemy. - Maintenance of equal opportunities and conditions for everybody. - Refusal to victory at any price - Refusal to victory at any price. - Dignified attitude towards victory and the defeat. Next question
a) All these three are athletes with a great sports history, but few people known to have had the Fair Play award granted by the CIFP. Nino Buscató (1969), Basket. He received this award for a play during a match against Madrid, which launched the ball outside Banda, renouncing scoring a basket because it was attended his marker, Vincent Ramos, who had fallen injured. Nino Buscató (1969), Basket. He received this award for a play during a match against Madrid, which launched the ball outside Banda, renouncing scoring a basket because it was attended his marker, Vincent Ramos, who had fallen injured. Miquel Indurain (2005), Cycling. He received the trophy from the FIEP for his long career, where personal effort and led him to win 5 tours of France. Vreni Schneider (1995), Skiing. A Swiss who got 3 gold medals: one silver and one bronze medal in the 1988 Olympics in Calgary and in 1994 in Lillehamer, Becoming thus the first woman in history to win 3 gold in skiing Alpine. Not a hard back injury in 1992 didnt deviate her from the tracks, demonstrating a spirit of hard work and overcoming extraordinary.. Next question Correct! 5 points
2. You are playing a football match with you friends. Suddenly a fiend twisted a food and fall to the floor. What would you do? a) Immediately I would throw the ball out of the pitch and go to see how the person harmed is. b) I would continue playing and make profit that the other team lack one of their member to score. c) I would do as if I havent seen anything and I would continue playing
a) All right!!! Not taking advantage from a opponent lesion is a proper attitude from Fair Play. If for some cause anyone get harmed, we will throw the ball out of the pitch, call the professor and help this person. We have to think we would like to be helped if sometimes we have a problem. Next question Correct! 5 points
0 points b) Although regulation doesnt force to throw the ball out, our decision has to be to help our injured friend either this friend belongs to our team or not. No one would like the others to get advantage from this situation. See teh correct answerNext question
0 points c) Although regulation doesnt force to throw the ball out, our decision has to be to help our injured friend either this friend belongs to our team or not. No one would like the others to get advantage from this situation. See teh correct answerNext question
a) I would give the ball back to the other team at its defensive zone so that it starts to play in the same point. b) I would begin an offensive play as soon as possible taking advantage from the relaxation and trust from the other team. c) I would give the ball back to the other team at the same place where it has thrown the ball out. 3. Following at the same point, in which the other team has thrown the ball out because of a player from your own team has been harmed, now it is time to put the ball on the pitch to go on the match. What would you do?
a) Giving back the ball that has been thrown out to help an injured friend is a good attitude. However, throwing the ball at the same point where the other team had it would be the most correct action, because if we dont do this way removing the advantage they had. See the correct answerNext question 3 points
0 points b) No! Taking profit of a situation like this, when the other team has thrown the ball out so that our player could be helped, is a non respectful attitude toward the players that are sharing the match with you. See the correct answerNext question
c) Very good! Giving back a ball that has been thrown out to help a harmed player at the same point of the pitch is a characteristic from fair play. Correct! 5 points Next question
4. You are playing a basket match and the referee indicates a foul, but you think that you have not done it. What do you do? a) You get angry with the referee, you complain and shout that you have not done it anything bad. b) You leave the ball in the floor and run to defense. So you will avoid a counterattack. c) Although you consider that the referee could have make a mistake and you were defending, you assume the foul raising your hand.
0 points a) No way! The referee or judge is an essential figure to the practise of any. Without the referee we could not play. So, it is necessary to respect his decisions with sportsmanship. We should understand that he could be wrong, because he is a person. Look to the correct answerNext question
b) Not complaining a wrong decision of the referee is a correct actitude. However in terms of fair play maybe we should assume and demonstrate respect for the decisions, wrong or well, of the referee. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
c) Yes! The referee is a person and he can also be wrong, but he help us to respect the rules. His appearance is necessary and listen to his explanations can be useful to understand why some foults are right or wrong. Next question Correct! 5 points
5. In the last seconds of the match there is a serious fault and it is punished by free shots. This is your last ocasion to win the match. Your friend failed it and you lose the match. It is possible that I... a) I will tell him dont worry and I will cheer him up because she will be possibly downhearted because she has failed. b) I will be upset with him, even I will insult him because she has failed and we wont be classify. c) It will be hard to accept the failure, but I wont tell him anything.
a) Well done! We have to cheer up our friends, especially in dificult situations, because they are unhappy. Everybody wants to win and we do everything to do it! Next question Correct! 5 points
0 points b) No! Everybody wants to win and we do everything to do it. We dont have to put the blame on one player, this is unfair! We should try to cheer up altogether, maybe this is what we would want if we were in her position. Look to the correct answerNext question
c) We are always unhappy when we lose a match at the last time, everybody likes to be the winner. But we have to accept the failure with sportsmanship. We wont have to be unfair with our friends and think that we have lost because they have failed. When we win or lose is a commendable work of the team. In this situation, we should cheer up our friend. Probably she is downhearted the same as you and she need some cheering up. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
6. When you are waiting to play in the stool, usually you… b) I cheer up my team friend, but I dont offend anyone. c) I shout to the referee for his mistakes and I insult all the opponents. So they will have less concentration. a) Wait until I go to play again
a) The team consist of all the players, those who are playing and those who are in the stool. When we are in the stool it is necessary to cheer up our team. Probably we all want the same. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
b) Of course. Play in a team is also a synonymous for help the others. Morevor the team is an association of players, without exclude anyone. We must always respect the decisions of the trainer and the effort of all the players, although we think that we can do it better. Next question Correct! 5 points
0 points c) This is not a good attitude! Insult, shout and no respect the decisions of the trainers are not a good attitude and we are discrespectful to those who are playing. We must learn that the players of the stool are just as important as those who are playing. If the stool didnt exist, we couldnt play. Everyone has his role and we have to assume with sportsmanship. Look to the correct answerNext question
7. When a basket match, volleyball, tennis or after a athletic race, swimming or another sports modality, I have the habit of… a) Congratule the opponents for the good time that I have it. b) If I win, we celebrate the victory with the friends and we make fun of the other team players. If I lose, I go away very angry to the locker rooms. c) Have an argument with the referee for the uncertain pieces of play.
a) Perfect! After a match we have to greet and congratulate the opponent, because without him we couldnt play the game, we couldnt have won or have lost. Clearly this is fair play behaviour: the respect to our opponents before, during and after de match. Next question Correct! 5 points
0 points b) Dont respect your opponents is not a good attitude. It proves selfishness and arrogance. Probably, if you lose, you dont like to be unrespected. We must always value the effort of our opponent and we must think that if he hadnt come we couldnt have won and we couldnt have played. Look to the correct answerNext question
c) It is not incorrect to discuss respectfully with the referee about the uncertain pieces of play of the match. Nevertheless you should think that there are more sportsman who have been in the match with you and, probably they deserve a greeting or some gesture that shows your gratitude for the good time that you have got in the court. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
8. Silvia is the best player of the team, but she usually didnt come to train. She doesnt apologize with the trainer and she has not showed any interest for the training. However if she doesnt play, we will lose the final school championship. I think that... b) Although she hasnt gone to train any day, she should play the match, because unless she will come, we will lose the match. c) Dont go deceiving ourself. It is important the matchs that we have win. So, its better if she plays. a) The trainer shouldnt let him play the match, because the others have gone to train everyday, and she hasnt do the same. Really, its the trainer who have to decide it.
a) Of course. We must respect the decision of the trainer with sportsmanship. We have to be responsable and consequents with the activity that we are doing, although we sometimes dont share the decision with him. Next question Correct! 5 points
b) Certainly, Silvia is the best player of the team, but the fair play has a price. There are more factors that are important, not only the technical control of the sport. The effort, the commitment, the perseverance in the labour and the desire to better oneself must be the important values to award a player. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
0 points c) This is not true! The trainings are very important. Here is where we demonstrate our consistency, effort and commitment. These are the essential values when we practise any sport. Look to the correct answerNext question
9. After losing the match, Martí comes into the locker room very angry and he hits the door. When we see it... b) We have spoken with this boy and we have said that he doesnt have to do this kind of things. c) We have calmed him down and then he apologize to his friends for having hit the door. a) We point out that we havent seen anything. Nen o nena plorant
0 points a) No! We must respect the material. When we talk about the fair play, we dont speak only about the respect to the opponent or the rules of the game. We must respect all the necessary things to practise the sport: locker rooms, balls, baskets…Everybody likes to have a good material. Look to the correct answerNext question
b) On one hand, it is necessary to identify and report the violent attitudes if we dont want to feel it again. On the other hand, these attitudes can be avoided. In this case we could calm down Martís feelings when he had finished the match. We always must respect and demonstrate everybody how to respect all the material. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
c) Perfect. We must respect and demonstrate how to respect the material.The negative situations should be avoided. We should think that everybody uses the same material and if we doesnt use it well, it will be against our interests. Next question Correct! 5 points
10. We have gone out of class and we are playing a match. Suddenly a new maghribian boy who we have never met came to the playground. He asked us if he can play. Its possible that... b) We will invent some excuse because we have never met him before, and in this way he couldnt play. c) We will scorn him and we even insult him, because we dont want any immigrant with us. a) We will tell him that he could play and in this way we could have a good relationship with him.
a) Very good! To accept everybody without bear in mind the colour, the language or the culture is an attitude that demonstrates tolerance and respect. It can be an oportunity to know new forms of think, live, act and practise sport. It is an only oportunity to learn and prosper together. Next question Correct! 5 points
b) We are free to choose the friends with who we want to play. However we should know that the sport is a suitable framework to meet new friends and we shouldnt lose this oportunity. Maybe we have the oportunity to meet a new friend and some day, he could be who would accept us in his game. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
0 points c) Insult and scorn the others for being different is a xenophobic attitude. Probably we are losing the oportunity to know new cultures and new forms of thinking that they help us to be openminding. We should accept and respect everybody, without looking the colour skin and the origin. Look to the correct answerNext question
11. We are a group of friends and we are together because we want to see the Barça and Madrid final match (or maybe two teams that we like too much). We are nearly in the last time of the match and when our favourite team is losing... b) Im so much angry that I am in the habit of insulting the referee and the players of the other team and even the players of my favourite team. c) Im upset because my favourite team has lost, but I think that its a game and we should accept the result. a) Im so upset that I cant continue looking the match and I go away to my house very angry.
a) Its not strange that we were upseted if our favourite team has lost. Nevertheless we should know that we are not alone, we are with another friends and they want also to see that their team wins. The fact that we go away is disrespect to our friends because they want to have a good time looking the match. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
0 points b) This is not Fair Play! Insult and shout because your team is losing is a disrespect attitude to the players and all the fans of the other team. In the sport sometimes we win and sometimes we lose. If we always win, where it will be the attractive of the sport? So we should learn to lose, because its just the same as win. Look to the correct answerNext question
c) Very good. Everybody likes to see their favourite team wining. However, there are always who win and who lose, but we have to accept the result with sportsmanship. This is the best way to show that we know and we accept the game rules. The good attitudes are as importants in our out of the playground. Next question Correct! 5 points
12. We are in a BTT race and an opponent has the wheel punctured. By any chance we have spare inner tube in the bag. What would we do? a) I wont let him the inner tube because he could win. In this way I insure the succes because I will go first. c) I will lend him my inner tube and he could compete with the same conditions. In this way the race will be more exciting. b) I wont pay attention to his situation and somebody will help him. If nobody help him I will do it, but if he won me I would be upset because I would think that I wouldnt have helped him.
0 points a) Incorrect. Everybody wants to win, but it has a price. To win with the fair play is wanted with the same conditions as the opponents. The solidarity and companionship with the others have an add value to the competition and to the possible victory. Look to the correct answerNext question
b) A solidarity and sportsmanship action has to make us feel proud of what we have done, in the same way as a victory. After the competition we possibly have won a friend. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
c) This is Fair Play! Although they are the direct opponents if we help them we give more priority to the solidarity and the companionship than a possible victory. This is a fair play. Win is not everything. These acts represent more than a victory! Next question Correct! 5 points
13. In a skating championship our friend and principal opponent is doing his exercis. What would be my behaviour? b) I would be in silence while I were looking his performance. c) I would shout him. Consecuently he would be decentralized and maybe he would do a mistake and I would win. a) I would encourage my friend. Although I want to win the championship I prefer that my friend does it well. Then I would try to do it better.
a) Congratulations! To want the best to our opponent is a clear attitude of fair play. We should want to win because we do it better, in the same conditions and not because our opponent has done some mistake. Then we posibly want to be encouraged by our friends. Next question Correct! 5 points
b) To observe how the opponent does the exercise in silence and respectfully is a positive attitude. However he is our friend and he would like to be encouraged. Look to the correct answerNext question 3 points
0 points c) No way! Although our friend is our opponent we dont have to shout him because its disrespectful. We must respect our opponents in and out of the competition. Next questionLook to the correct answer
14. You are with your friends in a football stadium. Some public insult the colour players of the opponent team. Specifically some public is shaming the apes sound (uh, uh, uh, uh) and your friends are doing the same. How will you act? b) Ill try to persuade my friends to stop their attitudes. c) Ill be in silence looking the attitude of the public. a) Ill do the same. It can be very funny.
0 points a) No! Your xenophobic attitude will help you to create damages and to incite the violence. We must try to have a good attitude and avoid all the intolerant and derogatory attitudes. Look to the correct answer Answers marks
b) Of course! The racism and xenophobic attitudes must be avoided and denounced. It doesnt matter the skin colour, the T-shirt that we wear, we have to respect each other. This is an act of fair play. The public is an integral part of the play, so theirs bad attitudes have direct consequences in the event. Answers marks Correct! 5 points
c) Sometimes its not enough to be in silence. Its necessary that everyone does some things to prevent these attitudes in the sport. We must consider everybody that has these attitudes in football stadiums. They only cause prejudice and xenophobic attitudes in all the society fields. Answers marksLook to the correct answer 3 points
Answers marks QuestionsAnswer AAnswer BAnswer C How am I of Fair Play? Fair Play?
How am I of Fair Play? Until 0 to 20 points: You dont understand whats the fair play. Your main philosophy is win but without any price. It doesnt matter if you do an ethical or moral fault. You should try to change your way of living the sport. The values must be before the victories. Until 20 to 45 points: In a lot of situations you have a positive attitude You understand the fair play and you value positively. However in some situations your effort for the victory is predominant to some aspects of the fair play. Since now try to change these specific attitudes and give more priority to the fair play than to the results. It will be better for you! Until 45 to 70 points: Congratulations!! You are a crack of the Fair Play! Perfectly you know what is the fair play. You value the physical activity and the sport before than the results. Youre a really lover of Jogo bonito. You like the effort. You respect your friends and the game rules. You understand that in the sport you sometimes win and you sometimes lose and you try that the fair play would be the philosophy of your life.
Questionnaire made by: Xavier Orrit Prat Maria Prat Grau Susanna Soler Prat Carles Vallès Casademont Team of research Valors en Joc