Presentation on theme: "Verbal Football Mrs Bhayat. How to Play There are two teams. Each team has a captain. You have time to train in your teams before the match begins by."— Presentation transcript:
How to Play There are two teams. Each team has a captain. You have time to train in your teams before the match begins by using the revision topic given by your teacher. The match starts by a question given by the referee to the team if you answer it correctly you retain possession and get a second question. If you answer three questions correctly in a row you get a goal. The team with the most goals wins.
Aims of the game To test knowledge and understanding of a topic.
Rules A coin is tossed at the beginning of the match to see which team goes first. Your team has 5seconds to answer the question. Anyone in the team can answer but once a question is answered then the same person can not answer again. If a player answers incorrectly then it is considered a tackle and possession moves to the other team. If the other team answers incorrectly as well then you loose ball and we have another questions with the first team who got the answer wrong. If they do answer it correctly they have possession of the ball. Fouls are committed for shouting out answers when its not your teams turn or someone in your team has already answered. 3 fouls from the same player is a yellow card which can lead to a red card. Arguing with the referee could lead to a yellow or red card.
Captains Job Captain gets to choose who goes first if they win the coin toss. To set tasks out to the team in order to make sure the players are trained properly Monitor who has and has not answered the questions Keep a record of the goal scores
Teams The class is split into 2. Each side of the room needs a captain Each team needs a name e.g. Etone United, Etone City
Training for the match Each team needs to decide how and what they will research or revise on. The captains need to decide or work with the payers as to who shall do what.