Sports Review Performance Strengths Weaknesses Areas For Improvement Health Essay

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Think carefully about the practices, skills and tactics that you have been working on over the past 4-6 weeks, as a player and as an official.

Strengths

Areas for development

Good footwork because she was quick to pass and move quickly. This will allow her to be free for the next pass.

Dodging was good as she was quick with her feet which helped her be free so that she can accept a ball passed to her.

Catching was good as she didn’t allow it to go to the other players. This will allow her and her team to score more goals and stop her opponents from receiving the ball.

She’s needs to pass on target because if she doesn’t then the ball will be lost to her opponents.

Defence needs improvement. Needs to keep eyes on the ball and jump for ball when needed.

Needs to intercept more when defending. This will allow her and her team to stop the ball from being shot by the other team.

Needs to improve on the power of her passes to her team because if the power of her passes is weak or too strong then the team player wouldn’t be able to catch the ball. This will give the opposing team a chance.

Needs to signal for the ball quickly when she’s free. This means that her opponent won’t be able to know when she’ll be able to get the ball.

Identify three ways in which their performance or knowledge has improved since starting the course.

1 Knowing the rules and technique when it comes to footwork

2 Knowing the technique used when passing and shooting a ball.

3 Being able to dodge, attack and defend effectively.

Give this performer three action points that will help them improve their performance or knowledge in the future. Reference should be made to an appropriate Governing Body course if possible.

1 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to bend her knees and elbows also she needs to add more power when shooting the ball into the net. This will allow her to shoot more accurately when she’s scoring.

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2 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to intercept more and stay on her toes which will help her to move more easily and quickly. It will also allow her to stop her opponents receiving the ball.

3 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to practice jumping and catching the ball whilst it’s being passed over her head to the opposing team. She also needs to practice her overhead passes.

Any further comments on the course or the targets that you have set the performer.

OWN PERFORMANCE REVIEW (P9, M5, D2)

Review a sports performance.

In the table below write down what you think your strengths and weaknesses are.

Think carefully about the practices, skills and tactics that you have been working on over the past 4-6 weeks, as a player and as an official.

Strengths

Areas for development

Defending the goal from the opposing team. This means that my team will have a better chance of winning the game.

Dodging is good as I free myself quickly from the player marking me. This means that I able to receive the ball when I needed.

My interception is good as I am quick and always have my eyes on the ball. This means that my opponents have a less chance of receiving the ball and/or winning the game.

My defending is good as I am quick and always moving. This is an advantage to my team as I stop the opponents from scoring in our goal.

Take time when shooting the ball. This means that my team and I will be able to gain more from it.

Need to keep in mind what foot is my landing foot so I can shoot easily as well as pivot.

Be aware of the people around me when I receive the ball. This will allow me to pass to the appropriate player.

Remember to spread legs when shooting. This allows my shooting to be more accurate.

Identify three ways in which your performance or knowledge has improved since starting the course.

1 My defending skills have improved as I am able to stay on my toes allowing me to move quickly and easily.

2 My shooting technique has improved and has allowed me to shoot more accurately.

3 My footwork has improved because I move very quickly allowing me to intercept, attack and defend the ball/goal from the opponents.

Give yourself three action points that will help you improve your performance or knowledge in the future. Reference should be made to an appropriate Governing Body course if possible.

1 To be able improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure that when I receive the ball I am aware of all my team player and which team player is the best to pass the ball to.

2 To be able to improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure I always remember the shooting technique whenever I’m shooting the ball into the goal. This is so that I have a more accurate chance of scoring a goal.

3 To be able to improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure that I always stay with the player I am marking so that I can defend, attack or intercept the ball when I need to.

Any further comments on the course or the targets that you have set yourself.

RULES AND REGULATIONS WORKSHEET (P3, P4)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Who is the Governing Body for this Sport & what is there web site address?

The England Netball is the Governing Body for this sport.

http://www.englandnetball.co.uk/

List below 5 National Governing Body rules for this sport.

a) A netball player must be able to pass or shoot the netball in 3 seconds after the ball is caught.

b) When a netball player jumps to catch a ball she must land on one foot and that landing foot must not be moved at any time unless the player passes the ball she’s holding.

c) A netball player must not contact an opponent at any time in the game either by accident or deliberately in such a way that the game and/or the opponent is interrupted.

d) Goal Attack or Goal Shooter are the only players in netball that are allowed to shoot the ball. In order for these players to shoot they must be in the circle.

e) A netball player is offside when the player moves out of their designated area with or without a netball.

What are the timing regulations associated with this sport?

All netball shooter must be able to shown within 3 seconds.

Netball players must also pass the netball with 3 seconds.

In the space below draw a diagram of the playing area, with important specifications

http://www.abcteach.com/basicshapes/images/semici4.gif

Goal

GoalDraw two hand signals in the space below that officials may use in this sport.http://www.abcteach.com/basicshapes/images/semici4.gif

Obstruction – The player’s hands are apart and are positioned in front of their body.

Direction of Pass – The Umpires arm will be pointed in the direction the netball is to be played.

Briefly explain how a competitive goal is scored in this sport.

C has the play passes it to WA who passes it to the GA, then the netball is passed to the GS. The GS then shoots the ball into the net.

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Explain below 4 health & safety issues concerned with the game – this could be linked to injury/substitution, protective equipment, playing surface, ground design/surveillance.

a) The end of the netball goalposts must be padded so that the netball players can run around the court without injuring themselves or colliding with other players

b) Netball players must be all perform a small fitness exam so that coaches, officials and other team members are sure that the players are fit enough to play the games.

c) Stretcher, first aid kits as well as a qualified first aid personnel must be available at the game to ensure that if an injury occurs it can be treated immediately.

d) Remove all courtside hazards also examine the playing field to make sure all hazards on the court is removed and the court must be maintained as a hazard free playing surface.

Briefly explain the sanctions applied to players for inappropriate behaviour (e.g. the use of red & yellow cards in football)

A formal warning is first given to a player who demonstrates inappropriate behaviour. If the player shows other signs of inappropriate behaviour the Umpire will take any actions they feel is appropriate for the player. This could be the player’s suspension from the game. If the player still demonstrates inappropriate behaviour the Umpire may order the player from the netball court and the player won’t be able to take part in rest of the game.

An Umpire can only suspend a player if the said player has been given a warning.

9. How effective do you think the rules and regulations are within this sport?

I think the rules and regulations for Netball are very effective as it makes Netball a competitively fun sport to play and also it makes the s[port one of the safest sports.

Also, I think the rule and regulations are effective as it makes the game fair and strict as well as challenging.

Would you implement any further rules or regulations to improve the game, or make it more exciting?

No.

OBSERVATION OF AN OFFICIAL (P5, P6)

Observe an official in a game situation. This can de done during a lesson, watching a video or a live match outside of school.

Sport: Fixture:

Name of Official: Date:

List three roles of the official:

1

2

3

Attempt to judge their performance in making the correct decisions against identified rules and regulations (please tick):

RULE/REGULATION CORRECT INCORRECT

Did the official control the game?

Analyse the performance of the official.

What mark would you give him/her /10? (1 = inept, 6 = competent, 10 = outstanding)

Comparison of officials

Now watch an official in action in another sport. Compare the two officials from the two sports. Are there any differences in their roles? How they are treated by players/coaches? How they deal with difficult situations? How fit they have to be? Answer in the box below.

Differences between the officials in two sports

Sport 1: Netball Sport 2: Basketball

In Netball there are two umpires, two scorers and two timekeepers are the officials. The umpires are the main officials in netball.

Whilst, in Basketball there are either 2 or 3 officials. The main official is the referee and the others are the official scorer and official timekeeper.

In Netball, the officials use hand signals and whistles to keep the game safe, make sure the players follow the rules and also to make sure that it is played safely.

However, in Basketball is very rare for officials to use hand signals. Most whistles are used throughout the game.

TACTICS WORKSHEET (M1, D1)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Describe and illustrate a defensive tactic that you would use in your sport e.g. zone defence in Basketball.

Describe and illustrate an attacking tactic that you would use in your sport e.g. fast break in Basketball.

Justify the use of these two tactic’s, giving specific examples. (D1)

Identify areas for further improvement.

OBSERVATION CHECKLIST (P7)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Use this space to produce an observation checklist.

Skill

Successful

Unsuccessful

Percentage

Passing

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100%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Shooting

0%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Catching

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80%

Successful

20%

Unsuccessful

Interception

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0%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Skill

Successful

Unsuccessful

Percentage

Footwork

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75%

Successful

25%

Unsuccessful

Shooting

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50%

Successful

50%

Unsuccessful

Defending

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60%

Successful

40%

Unsuccessful

Interception

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75%

Successful

25%

Unsuccessful

OBSERVATION CHECKLIST (M3, P8, P9)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Use this space to produce your own observation checklist.

Use the checklist to review the sports performance of an individual or a team and identify areas of strengths or improvement

Think carefully about the practices, skills and tactics that you have been working on over the past 4-6 weeks, as a player and as an official.

Strengths

Areas for development

Good footwork because she was quick to pass and move quickly. This will allow her to be free for the next pass.

Dodging was good as she was quick with her feet which helped her be free so that she can accept a ball passed to her.

Catching was good as she didn’t allow it to go to the other players. This will allow her and her team to score more goals and stop her opponents from receiving the ball.

She’s needs to pass on target because if she doesn’t then the ball will be lost to her opponents.

Defence needs improvement. Needs to keep eyes on the ball and jump for ball when needed.

Needs to intercept more when defending. This will allow her and her team to stop the ball from being shot by the other team.

Needs to improve on the power of her passes to her team because if the power of her passes is weak or too strong then the team player wouldn’t be able to catch the ball. This will give the opposing team a chance.

Needs to signal for the ball quickly when she’s free. This means that her opponent won’t be able to know when she’ll be able to get the ball.

Identify three ways in which their performance or knowledge has improved since starting the course.

1 Knowing the rules and technique when it comes to footwork

2 Knowing the technique used when passing and shooting a ball.

3 Being able to dodge, attack and defend effectively.

Give this performer three action points that will help them improve their performance or knowledge in the future. Reference should be made to an appropriate Governing Body course if possible.

1 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to bend her knees and elbows also she needs to add more power when shooting the ball into the net. This will allow her to shoot more accurately when she’s scoring.

2 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to intercept more and stay on her toes which will help her to move more easily and quickly. It will also allow her to stop her opponents receiving the ball.

3 To be able to improve her performance, she needs to practice jumping and catching the ball whilst it’s being passed over her head to the opposing team. She also needs to practice her overhead passes.

Any further comments on the course or the targets that you have set the performer.

OWN PERFORMANCE REVIEW (P9, M5, D2)

Review a sports performance.

In the table below write down what you think your strengths and weaknesses are.

Think carefully about the practices, skills and tactics that you have been working on over the past 4-6 weeks, as a player and as an official.

Strengths

Areas for development

Defending the goal from the opposing team. This means that my team will have a better chance of winning the game.

Dodging is good as I free myself quickly from the player marking me. This means that I able to receive the ball when I needed.

My interception is good as I am quick and always have my eyes on the ball. This means that my opponents have a less chance of receiving the ball and/or winning the game.

My defending is good as I am quick and always moving. This is an advantage to my team as I stop the opponents from scoring in our goal.

Take time when shooting the ball. This means that my team and I will be able to gain more from it.

Need to keep in mind what foot is my landing foot so I can shoot easily as well as pivot.

Be aware of the people around me when I receive the ball. This will allow me to pass to the appropriate player.

Remember to spread legs when shooting. This allows my shooting to be more accurate.

Identify three ways in which your performance or knowledge has improved since starting the course.

1 My defending skills have improved as I am able to stay on my toes allowing me to move quickly and easily.

2 My shooting technique has improved and has allowed me to shoot more accurately.

3 My footwork has improved because I move very quickly allowing me to intercept, attack and defend the ball/goal from the opponents.

Give yourself three action points that will help you improve your performance or knowledge in the future. Reference should be made to an appropriate Governing Body course if possible.

1 To be able improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure that when I receive the ball I am aware of all my team player and which team player is the best to pass the ball to.

2 To be able to improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure I always remember the shooting technique whenever I’m shooting the ball into the goal. This is so that I have a more accurate chance of scoring a goal.

3 To be able to improve my performance or knowledge in the future. I need to make sure that I always stay with the player I am marking so that I can defend, attack or intercept the ball when I need to.

Any further comments on the course or the targets that you have set yourself.

RULES AND REGULATIONS WORKSHEET (P3, P4)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Who is the Governing Body for this Sport & what is there web site address?

The England Netball is the Governing Body for this sport.

http://www.englandnetball.co.uk/

List below 5 National Governing Body rules for this sport.

a) A netball player must be able to pass or shoot the netball in 3 seconds after the ball is caught.

b) When a netball player jumps to catch a ball she must land on one foot and that landing foot must not be moved at any time unless the player passes the ball she’s holding.

c) A netball player must not contact an opponent at any time in the game either by accident or deliberately in such a way that the game and/or the opponent is interrupted.

d) Goal Attack or Goal Shooter are the only players in netball that are allowed to shoot the ball. In order for these players to shoot they must be in the circle.

e) A netball player is offside when the player moves out of their designated area with or without a netball.

What are the timing regulations associated with this sport?

All netball shooter must be able to shown within 3 seconds.

Netball players must also pass the netball with 3 seconds.

In the space below draw a diagram of the playing area, with important specifications

http://www.abcteach.com/basicshapes/images/semici4.gif

Goal

GoalDraw two hand signals in the space below that officials may use in this sport.http://www.abcteach.com/basicshapes/images/semici4.gif

Obstruction – The player’s hands are apart and are positioned in front of their body.

Direction of Pass – The Umpires arm will be pointed in the direction the netball is to be played.

Briefly explain how a competitive goal is scored in this sport.

C has the play passes it to WA who passes it to the GA, then the netball is passed to the GS. The GS then shoots the ball into the net.

Explain below 4 health & safety issues concerned with the game – this could be linked to injury/substitution, protective equipment, playing surface, ground design/surveillance.

a) The end of the netball goalposts must be padded so that the netball players can run around the court without injuring themselves or colliding with other players

b) Netball players must be all perform a small fitness exam so that coaches, officials and other team members are sure that the players are fit enough to play the games.

c) Stretcher, first aid kits as well as a qualified first aid personnel must be available at the game to ensure that if an injury occurs it can be treated immediately.

d) Remove all courtside hazards also examine the playing field to make sure all hazards on the court is removed and the court must be maintained as a hazard free playing surface.

Briefly explain the sanctions applied to players for inappropriate behaviour (e.g. the use of red & yellow cards in football)

A formal warning is first given to a player who demonstrates inappropriate behaviour. If the player shows other signs of inappropriate behaviour the Umpire will take any actions they feel is appropriate for the player. This could be the player’s suspension from the game. If the player still demonstrates inappropriate behaviour the Umpire may order the player from the netball court and the player won’t be able to take part in rest of the game.

An Umpire can only suspend a player if the said player has been given a warning.

9. How effective do you think the rules and regulations are within this sport?

I think the rules and regulations for Netball are very effective as it makes Netball a competitively fun sport to play and also it makes the s[port one of the safest sports.

Also, I think the rule and regulations are effective as it makes the game fair and strict as well as challenging.

Would you implement any further rules or regulations to improve the game, or make it more exciting?

No.

OBSERVATION OF AN OFFICIAL (P5, P6)

Observe an official in a game situation. This can de done during a lesson, watching a video or a live match outside of school.

Sport: Fixture:

Name of Official: Date:

List three roles of the official:

1

2

3

Attempt to judge their performance in making the correct decisions against identified rules and regulations (please tick):

RULE/REGULATION CORRECT INCORRECT

Did the official control the game?

Analyse the performance of the official.

What mark would you give him/her /10? (1 = inept, 6 = competent, 10 = outstanding)

Comparison of officials

Now watch an official in action in another sport. Compare the two officials from the two sports. Are there any differences in their roles? How they are treated by players/coaches? How they deal with difficult situations? How fit they have to be? Answer in the box below.

Differences between the officials in two sports

Sport 1: Netball Sport 2: Basketball

In Netball there are two umpires, two scorers and two timekeepers are the officials. The umpires are the main officials in netball.

Whilst, in Basketball there are either 2 or 3 officials. The main official is the referee and the others are the official scorer and official timekeeper.

In Netball, the officials use hand signals and whistles to keep the game safe, make sure the players follow the rules and also to make sure that it is played safely.

However, in Basketball is very rare for officials to use hand signals. Most whistles are used throughout the game.

TACTICS WORKSHEET (M1, D1)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Describe and illustrate a defensive tactic that you would use in your sport e.g. zone defence in Basketball.

Describe and illustrate an attacking tactic that you would use in your sport e.g. fast break in Basketball.

Justify the use of these two tactic’s, giving specific examples. (D1)

Identify areas for further improvement.

OBSERVATION CHECKLIST (P7)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Use this space to produce an observation checklist.

Skill

Successful

Unsuccessful

Percentage

Passing

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100%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Shooting

0%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Catching

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80%

Successful

20%

Unsuccessful

Interception

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0%

Successful

0%

Unsuccessful

Skill

Successful

Unsuccessful

Percentage

Footwork

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75%

Successful

25%

Unsuccessful

Shooting

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50%

Successful

50%

Unsuccessful

Defending

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60%

Successful

40%

Unsuccessful

Interception

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75%

Successful

25%

Unsuccessful

OBSERVATION CHECKLIST (M3, P8, P9)

ACTIVITY _______ ____________________

Use this space to produce your own observation checklist.

Use the checklist to review the sports performance of an individual or a team and identify areas of strengths or improvement

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