PE international rules football project

How to Handball:

Put your other foot forward

Pull your weight forward.

Rest the ball on your hand for balance making sure not to toss it up.

The hand that has the ball moves forward.

The ball makes contact with fist


Make sure that the ball is ahead of the target so the target can run on to it.


How to kick:

Hold the ball with two hands

If then with the side of your non kicking foot will let go so the side that will kick the ball will be holding the ball ON THE SIDE

Drop the ball on to the kicking foot

Make the ball drop on your shoelaces

Put as much as the body over the ball as you can whist your foot is going back

Then while your leg is going forward make sure your foot is pointing down.


In movement, there is two main important things you need to do. One of them is two pull your defender away to create open space for another person with the ball can come through and let them have a shot at goal.


Internationalism is when two country’s, or more, come together and not have a rivalry but a truce. If there was no internationalism in the world then there would be no chance at world peace, and if there is no world peace there is no sports to play with against other country’s. If there is no sport to play with against other country’s then there is the same games against the same people and it gets boring. As well as not being able to show sporting spirt.


I think sporting spirt is multiple things it could be when one man is injured in a football (soccer) match and the other team kicks it out so the trainer can come on the feild to look at the injured player, or in rugby when the referee is called sir or ma’am. However the sporting spirt is most of the time with players not the referee.


I think that sport is the main thing that represents sporting spirt. For example in the football world cup there is a lot of internationalism because for example there was a football match between North Korea and Japan. When the Japanese sung there anthem North Korea was booing. In that game there were five fights three red cards for North Korea. That is a sign of BAD sporting spirt.


The benefits of the world coming together through sport are: that it is entertaining for no only the players but also the fans, it can cause celebrations if a team wins. There are trophy’s for games when two country’s play each other, for example: In rugby there is a trophy for when Argentina face Wales or when New Zealand face Australia. The down falls are that: it can cause violence, it can cause two teams to hate each other for example, this isn’t internationalism but when the Glasgow Rangers face the Glasgow Celtic when they came together to play football they started to hate each other. And now it has turned into a very physical rivalry and the two teams do not shake hands before a game. So this is a sign of bad sporting spirt and sportsmanship.


An example of sporting spirit is when the 2000 olympics in Sydney took place. North and South Korea decide to make one flag. The flag had the shape of the whole of Korea, it was blue with white around the rest. When I saw this it was after I lived in Korea. It really shocked me when I found this out because I used to live in South Korea and I know that the two country’s despise each other, so to find this out is a really big surprise. Another example is there was a boy as a running back for a High School American football team and he had never scored a touch down. This boy had down syndrome. At the playoff game the Illinois Hawks let the New England Panthers score. After the boy scored the touchdown the defense came over to congratulate the boy. In 2007 it made the play of the year on ESPN. The boys identity did not want to be told on television.


I think internationalism is not the main reason we watch sport. I think we watch sport for entertainment, for excitement, the emotion, the violence, the happiness of wining, the dramatic part of losing. However internationalism might not be the main reason we watch sport but it is a reason we watch sport. There are many reasons we watch sport but I just honestly do not think we watch sport because of internationalism.


I do think it wise to pay millions of dollars on international sporting events because it can bring countries together it can change the world. But when a country does spend that much on a sporting event it attracts tourists and when it attracts tourists that country receives money because lets face it no tourist is not going to spend money when there on holiday. And then the people that want to see this event have to pay money to get tickets to go to the live event. And people would much rather go see the live event that watch on the television. It will also make entertaining rivalry’s, excitement, drama emotion the happiness of wining, especially when it is the home country,  and the sad part of loosing.

So I think the world plays because we want to see a great match up we want to see excitement, physicality, sportsmanship, we want the fans to have fun as well as the players. Everyday people think of new ideas, new teams, amazing new thoughts on which teams should play each other. If we didn’t have these amazing people, as well as fans, then when the world plays each other then it would be boring.


In criteria A I think I got a 7/8. I think I got this because I show everything that the rubric says. Such as: Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of principles, techniques and rules related to the physical education topic or activity. I think I have shown this because I know the game form rule to rule I know how to handball before we learnt it in class and when I learnt how to kick, according to my priers, I got it straight away. The reason I gave myself an seven not an eight is because is because, I do know how to do proper movement but I do not know when it is always the right time too use it.


In criteria C I think i got a I think i got a 9/10 because i do think i can kick correctly I think that I hand ball m and I think i have shown not only basic skills but also complex skills such as bear hug tackling, and elbow tackling. And the things i would change next time is to be able to create more space.


In criteria D I think I got a 8/8 because I know this sport can be very dangerous And Therefore when i get tackled I make sure i do not force my way out of the tackle and play on. I handball, or kick. I make sure there is no violence involved as much as i can parting the part of tackling.


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  1. Hi Jamie,
    A – 6
    C – 8
    D – 7
    You made some good comments on you assignment and whilst some more depth was needed at times, it was clear that you had a good understanding of the topic. I also thought your skills were strong and you moved with good game sense. You were a good listener and obviously enjoyed the game. Please try to take a lead role during class so as to provide others with a role model.
    Mr T

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