Ball games have a important role to play at a unconscious level informing all white males and females to keep their eyes constantly fixed on the balls as a matter of life and death. Pg.135-136 This section of the book talks about specific ball games such as pool pool consist of 8 colored balls being hit by one white ball and a long dark stick. Once all the colored balls are hit the one white ball is left with the long dark stick. Bowling is also a white supremacy game because you use a big black that’s being rolled towards 10 white pins. A Pg.135-136 This section of the book talks about specific ball games such as pool pool consist of 8 colored balls being hit by one white ball and a long dark stick.
* Korfball is composed of eight players and it is the same as a korfball and basketball. The roles of a korfball is: * Goal Shooter (GS) – Attacking Third and Goal Circle * Goal Attack (GA) – Attacking Third, Centre Third and Goal Circle * Wing Attack(WA) – Attacking Third and Centre Third * Centre (C) – Entire court except Goal Circles * Wing Defence (WD) – Defensive Third and Centre Third * Goal Defence (GD) – Defensive Third, Centre Third and Goal Circle * Goal Keeper (GK) – Defensive Third and Goal Circle 3.) The basic rules for korfball: * Contact & Obstruction Two main rules in Netball are “Contact” and “Obstruction”, infringements result in a penalty pass or a penalty shot. * Stepping Korfball, also has a footwork rule but it is more complex, it allows for a stopping step if the player is moving and allows free movement of the feet to a stationary player provided no advantage is gained (thus ideally a player may run on the spot whilst in possession of the ball). * Timed Possession In Korfball, in normal play, the ball can be held for an unlimited time (at the referees discretion that the player is not time wasting).
Such is the case for the numbers game, Guess Your Card, which requires you to figure out what numbers are on the cards you have picked. While playing with three other players, I can see that Andy has the cards one, five, and seven. Belle has the cards five, four, and seven and Carol has the cards two, four, and six. Andy: 1,5,7 Belle: 5,4,7 Carol: 2,4,6 Andy draws the question card, “Do you see two or
To identify the King of the Sports we applied six tests to each sport. The tests we applied were; agility, reaction time, power, speed, co-ordination and balance. In each lesson we played a match in the tested sport, and at the end of each lesson we rated the sport with marks out of 10 for each of the components. Results | Football | Rugby | Cricket | Tennis | Hockey | Badminton | Basketball | Agility | 8 | 8 | 6 | 7 | 7 | 9 | 7 | Reaction Time | 7 | 8 | 9 | 9 | 7 | 10 | 8 | Co-ordination | 8 | 8 | 8 | 8 | 8 | 9 | 8 | Speed | 9 | 8 | 6 | 9 | 7 | 8 | 7 | Balance | 9 | 7 | 7 | 8 | 7 | 7 | 7 | Power | 9 | 9 | 8 | 9 | 7 | 6 | 7 | 50,48,44,50,43,49,44 The results are shown in the table above and are shown in the graph. Discussion The results show that it is difficult to crown one sport as King of Sports.
The game of basketball is a sport that is very difficult to master. There are many ways that you can be a good basketball player. You can be a superb scorer, a fancy dribbler, a dominant man in the middle, but the most important aspect of the game is putting the ball into the basket. Shooting is the most important part in basketball and today I will show how to have proper shooting form. There are thirteen points on how to shoot a basketball, but I can sum it up for you all in about eight easy steps.
Activities: Team Assignments: Allow teams to determine their own groups (5 groups of 4). Then specifically break these groups apart using coloured paper to ensure new relationships are developed. Team colour shirts as assigned according to paper colour. Ice Breaker: A quick and simple ‘get to know you game’. Coins are handed to each person and each person has to look at the year printed on the coin and tell the group 3 interesting facts about what they were doing in that that year.
Sports sociology is a sub-discipline of sociology which focuses on sports as social phenomena. University student Craig Crossley who has done numerous presentations on Professor Peter Figueroa, Figueroa developed a tool to investigate the issues surrounding access and equality in sport and physical activity. Figueroa’s frame work was constructed over 5 different levels individual, interpersonal, institutional, structural and cultural. We will be focusing on the Institutional level. We will be using Figueroa’s Framework to identify inequalities that I have encountered during my time playing basketball.
How much distance does it cover? A. 1 m 26 cm B. 2 m 25 cm C. 2 m 70 cm D. 22 m 5 cm | Yesterday's Question | Class 4 | English Choose the word CLOSEST in sound to the underlined word to complete the sentence given below. The tennis court was painted with a _______ of clay.
After all of that, there are defensive drills; which is where you bend down like sitting in a chair and slide across the court as fast as you can. If you are a player, when running comes to mind you think of all the hours of drills, but you remember the time you stole the ball because of defense, for chance of at game winner. Shooting, the most important part of basketball is where you throw the ball in the basket, more importantly how you score points. The
With the help of his wife he devised a game suitable for a gymnasium. Naismith obtained two peach baskets and a soccer ball, and developed 13 rules for the new game. He divided his class of 18 into 2 teams of 9 players each (the team today would be the equivalent of 3 guards, 3 centers, and 3 forwards) and set about to teach them the basics of his new game of Basketball. The object of the game was to throw the soccer ball into the fruit baskets nailed to the lower railing of the gym balcony. Every time a point was scored, the game was halted so the janitor could bring out a ladder and retrieve the ball.