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Team Sports and Peer Pressure Topics: 1.Variety of team sports 2.Rules and safety 3.Skill development 4.Strategies 5.Modified games.

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1 Team Sports and Peer Pressure Topics: 1.Variety of team sports 2.Rules and safety 3.Skill development 4.Strategies 5.Modified games

2 Team sports Basketball Volleyball team handball floor hockey Tennis Softball Soccer Lacrosse Badminton Disc Golf Flag football Speedball

3 Basketball Rules and SafetySkill development All baskets are worth 1 point Make it trade it Green tile is inbounds Always check ball before starting Check ball up top Call out who your guarding Call only major fouls Traveling-walking w/out dribbling Double dribble- putting 2 hands on ball, and then dribbling again Be aware of bleachers Pay attention to game Games are played 5 on 5( PE ¾ on ¾) Baskets=2pts, free throws=1, 3 pointers Positions-guards, forwards, and center History: Invented in 1891 by Dr. James Naismith at the YMCA in Springfield, Mass. -Dribbling Finger pads spread wide Ball up to waist Eyes up-to see the open pass, shot, or obstacle Passing Chest pass – Step towards target – Ball starts at shoulder level – Extend arms, finish with thumbs down Bounce pass – Step towards target – Ball at shoulder level – Extend arms, finish with thumbs down Shooting- lay-ups Right hand, right knee up, jump off left foot Left hand, left knee up, jump off right foot Use back board Jump shot B.E.E.F. Balance, Elevate, extend elbow, follow through (cookies) Free-throws Develop routine Don’t cross free throw line Rebounding Block out shooter-find with hands and turn back to them Attack the basket-be active, aggressive, and alert.

4 Basketball court

5 Me coaching WHM 2009-10 season



8 Volleyball Rules and SafetySkill Development 6 players on a team(PE may have 9) 3 hits to return the ball Starts with a serve When a point is scored, that team serves, and rotates clockwise Player may not hit ball twice in a row No spiking serves No carrying or holding Rally scoring-point on every play Games is played to 21 A match is winning 2 out of 3 Communicate to avoid collision Roll ball under net, do not throw Stay in control Fun Facts: 2 person beach volleyball was added to the Olympics in 1996 Ready position Bump pass Set pass-setting Spike/hit Serves-under/overhand Blocking Preparation for digs Strategies-bump, set. Spike History: -Developed in 1895 by William C. Morgan at the YMCA in Holyoke, Mass.

9 Regulation court

10 Bump pass/forearm pass

11 Team handball Rules and SafetySkill development 3 steps with the ball Dribbling is aloud 5 seconds to get rid of ball May not shoot past shooting line Start with a jump ball Communicate, throw low on goal Overhand pass Catching/on the run Shooting-set/jump Goalkeeping Defense Offense strategy Olympic game that is very popular in Europe.

12 Team handball


14 Jump shot!

15 Softball Rules and Safety Skill development Each batter gets: – 3 strikes-strike out – 4 balls-walk Each team gets 3 outs/inning – inning-team hits and fields Softball goes 7 innings PE-no stealing. Sliding, or throwing bat Infield-do not stand on bases or in basepath 9 positions: 1.Catcher 2.Pitcher 3.First base 4.Second base 5.Third base 6.Short stop 7.Right field 8.Left field 9.Center field Throwing-step w/opposite, ball to ear, follow through Catching-use 2 hands, above waist thumb down, below waist thumb up Fielding-grounders-get to ball, bend knees, glove fingers down to ground Pop-fly’s-get to ball, use glove to block sun, call it, use two hands Pitching-underhand-step towards target, arm back like clock arm, release at leg Hitting-stance, grip, upper body, step, squash the bug Bunting base running- hit corners


17 Flag football Rules and safety Skill development No blocking, tackling No straight arms No flag guarding 4 downs( plays) to get to the next zone Fist down-advance past next zone Goal is to get to the end zone for a touchdown(score) Line of scrimmage- An imaginary line, or vertical plane, passing through the end of the ball nearest a team’s goal line and parallel to the goal lines. Any player of either team is offside’s if he/she crosses the line before the ball is snapped. Flag guarding- When a player deliberately interferes with an opponent from getting their flags. Completion- caught pass in bounds. Interception-caught pass by the defense. Lateral pass-An offensive play in which the ball is passed sideward or backward to the line of scrimmage C-grip Passing-Mature throw pattern-Break, step with opposite, follow through Receiving-Catching stationary/moving- above waist thumbs together, below waist pinkies together, bring ball into body QB 3 step drop-turn, grapevine, side step, plant Hand offs- Outside elbow low, inside elbow high, open mailbox Ball Carrying – running with football R-Ribcage E- Elbow tucked in E- Eagle claw grip F- Forearm Field goals Offensive strategy-Running plays, slants, change of pace Defensive strategy- back peddling, mirroring, over/under playing



20 Goal line 20 yd line 40 yd line 20 yd line Goal line End zone 40 yd line Flag football Field

21 Soccer Rules and safety Skill development Official is 11 v 11 Positions: Goalie-fearless, good reactions Defenders-good in the air, aggressive Mid-fielders- excellent cardio endurance, playmakers of team Forwards-quick, tactical, excellent shooting accuracy Rules No hands Throw in if ball goes past sideline Goal kick/corner if ball goes past endine Game starts with a kick-off in the center Most goals wins Safety No slide tackling/toe balls/diving in class Passing-side of foot, lock ankle, get plant foot next to ball Trapping/receiving-be on toes, get in front of ball, cushion pass Controlling ball out of air-on toes, cushion, control, juggling Dribbling-head up, ball close to body, sides and top of foot Shooting-use laces/side of foot, lean over ball, land on kicking foot Goalkeeping-get in front of ball, make W, be loud Defending-do not dive in;contain, stagger feet, bend knees Moving w/out the ball- check to/check away Red card- serious punishment in a game, player must leave game. Yellow card-misconduct resulting in a caution. 2 in one game will equal a red card


23 WHM co-ed soccer team 2010-11

24 Game at WHM

25 Lacrosse Rules and safety Skill development Positions: – Attack-score goals, stays on the offensive side of field – Mid-field-cover the entire field and plays offense and defense – Defense-defends the goal, stay on defensive side – Goalie-wears face mask, stays in crease and blocks shots-has a bigger pocket on stick Mens game- helmets, shoulder pads, rib protectors allows for body contact Womens-no helmets, eye wear, no body contact Game starts with a face off- at center of field *Game was originally played by the Native Americans. Grip-dominant hand on top, non-dom hand on bottom of stick Throwing/passing-push pull method lever Catching-ask for ball(hold stick up), soft hands/cushion Cradling-stick lies in fingers, rock the baby, use top hand to turn the stick in a semicircular motion Scooping-knuckles to grass-get low, bend knees, stick parallel to the ground Shooting-push/pull method-aim low and to corners


27 Mens lecrosse-UNC

28 Womens lacrosse

29 Speedball Skills: Passing, dribbling and catching skills. Offensive skills and strategies including shooting, passing, dribbling and ball handling. Defensive skills and strategies, including goalkeeping and person-to-person defense. Teamwork. History of Speedball The game of speedball was developed by E.D. Mitchell at the University of Michigan in the early 1920's because of the need for a vigorous team game that could be played outdoors in the fall and that combined many of the elements found in other rather well-known sports. Many of the students in the mid-west had been introduced to basketball in public schools and they did not like soccer because of the restrictions regarding the use of hands on the ball. Touch football, while a popular game, had certain limitations in that many players on the team did not get to handle the ball regularly. Speedball eliminated many of these objections by providing a game that permitted all the players to participate in all aspects of the game. The game has developed rapidly and is now a widely played sport in physical education and intramural programs throughout the country.

30 Speedball Playing the game: Handball rules apply when ball is in the air and possessed- Dribbling is aloud 3 steps 5 seconds to get rid of ball Basketball defense Once ball hits the ground: Soccer rules apply Ball can only get back to hands by hopping, or kick passing to someone in air Throw ins for balls out of bounds Goalie can use hands in shooting zone only Scoring In air with hands-before shooting line( goal is entire green mat) On ground-with shooting soccer style before shooting line(entire green mat) Drop kicks worth 2 points, soccer and overhand shooting worth 1 point

31 Disc Golf What is disc golf? Disc golf is a great sport for everybody that relies on one's ability to throw a disc with power and accuracy. People of any age, ability, and gender can excel and enjoy disc golf immensely. The object of the game is to walk/play a course from beginning to end in the fewest total number of throws of a golf disc. Similar to the traditional golf game, a course is composed of a number of holes, in which each player begins by throwing from the tee, and completes the hole by landing in or striking the target. The total score for a course is determined by totaling the number of throws made on each hole. The winner is the player who completes the course in the fewest number of throws...or whoever has the most fun!

32 Disc golf rules Class Rules: * Must tee off (throw) from the tee box area and behind the cones. * The object is to place the Frisbee inside the hoop in the fewest throws possible. * In a group, the person farthest from the target throws first. * Keep track of your throws on the scorecard. * Lowest score for the round wins.

33 Strategies for team sports Basketball- formations/defensive systems/press, triple threat position, give and gos, pick and rolls, boxing out Softball- double plays, crow hops, tagging up, backing up throws, windmill pitching Flag football- running plays, 3 point stance, defensive coverage Soccer- formations, heading, moving w/out the ball, communicating. Lacrosse- formations, long sticks defenders Handball-formations, screens, basketball defense Volleyball-bump, set, spike

34 Modified games for PE class Small sided games such as 3 v 3 gives more touches on the ball to develop skills Some team sport have specific rules during class. Softball-no sliding. Basketball-make it trade it, everything worth 1 pt. Flag football-no stiff arms Team handball-closer shooting lines Soccer-no slide tackling(no shinguards) Volleyball-larger teams We try to maximize participation by setting many small games to avoid lines and standing around.

35 Peer Pressure and Sportsmanship Positive peer pressure “Nice try, get it next time” “Don’t worry about it, we’ll win the next one” High 5’s, knuckles Fairness, showing respect to others, good winners, shaking hands after Negative peer pressure Name calling Calling out a bad play Complaining Makes excuses, blames others, reacting to a loss in an immature way Sportsmanship Be positive-teamwork –self control, courage, persistence, and respect for authority and opponent Be there for a teammate to help Be a leader, communicate, work with others Collaboration, share responsibilities Respect equipment and facilities

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