Presentation on theme: "Team Sports & Social Responsibility"— Presentation transcript:
1 Team Sports & Social Responsibility 12531 & 125507 Credits
2 Team Sport Requirements Demonstrate the physical skills associatedwith a chosen team sport; examine and experienceroles in a team sport; demonstrate responsiblepractices in a competitive team sport situation;review the personal participation experience in acompetitive team sport situation; and investigatethe participation opportunities that exist in the localcommunity for a chosen team sport.
3 Social Responsibility Requirements People credited with this unit standard areable to: explain what is meant by socialresponsibility in physical activity, anddemonstrate social responsibility in physicalactivity.
5 Barriers to Participation Age:Age could be use as a discriminatory practice by a person not being allowing to play because they were too old or too young.Gender:Used through the limitations of sport based on gender. E.g.: not allowed to play netball because you are a boy.
6 Barriers Cont Socio-Economic Used through the limitations of cost or certain makeup's of teams.Some people may not be allowed to play because they cannot afford to.Some people may not be allowed to play because they hail from certain areas.
7 Barriers ContSpecial Abilities Some people may be disadvantaged because they are too good at a certain task or because they have a disability.
8 Social responsibility is: A person’s ability to be a good example and to care for the needs of others.There are different levels of social responsibility, ranging from basically irresponsible and selfish behaviour to highly responsible and selfless behaviour.
9 Social Responsibility can be seen through: People’s respect for the rights of othersThe offer to help or include othersThe ability to show initiativePersonal effort
10 Levels of Hellison’s model: Level 1 IrresponsibilityDisrupts group activity or distract others.Abuses othersCheatsDenies personal responsibilities.Prevents others from participatingBlames othersLevel 2 InconsistentInvolved some of the time.Minimal Respect and consideration for others.Unfair at times.Does not interfere with the teachers right to teach.Tends to lose focus without teacher supervision.
11 Levels of Hellison’s model: Level 3 Self-controlledTakes part as directed but shows little effort to contribute independently.Can control behaviour to not interfere with others.Is self-organised.Minimal respect and consideration for the rulesParticipates without getting fully involvedLevel 4 Socially AwareFully involved and active but can dominate the activity.Could involve others in the group more and/or could encourage others morePlays by the rulesSelf motivated, can work independently without supervisionCould be more sensitive to needs of others
12 Levels of Hellison’s model: Level 5 Socially ResponsibleMakes sure all players in the group have equal opportunity to be involvedPraises own group members efforts or successAcknowledges other groups’ skills or effortsSensitive to the needs of othersActively encourages others.Willingly helps others.Proactively applies fair play/honest rulesHappily accepts others as part of the group
13 Fair PlayThe concept that was initially promoted by the Hillary Commission to stamp out foul play and poor sportsmanship.The fair-play motto is:“PLAY HARD BUT PLAY FAIR”
14 What is Fair Play? Maintaining your dignity whether or not you are winning, Respecting the opposition, theofficials and the rules and Staying calm nomatter what happens
15 The five Ideals 1. Respect the rules 2. Respect the officials and their decisions3. Respect your opponent/s4. Give everybody an equal chance to participate5. Maintain your self-control at all times
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