Fair play and etiquetteLearning Objective•To understand the concept of fair play and etiquette• Be able to explain the nee...
Rules   Make an activity fair and safe   Official rules of an activity that make the sport distinguishable    from other...
Etiquette The unwritten rules or conventions of an activityThese are not an enforceable rule but is usually observed.
Etiquette     The unwritten rules or conventions of an activity Kicking the ball out of play to enable the referee to stop...
EtiquetteThe non-putting player stands out of theeye line of another player and does notput them off                      ...
Where is etiquette expected to take place?There are places in a competition or game where etiquette is expected totake pla...
Player responsibility Player have a responsibility to be role models in their conduct  during a match All players should...
 In 2008, the Football Association (FA) introduced the Respect  campaign in order to reduce the amount of arguing with th...
Specimen paperEtiquette is:a) Written rules which are sometimes enforcedb) The unwritten rulesc) The official rules of an ...
2007Correct etiquette is expected in sports activities.(i) What is meant by etiquette?.......................................
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  1. 1. Fair play and etiquetteLearning Objective•To understand the concept of fair play and etiquette• Be able to explain the need for rules in sport
  2. 2. Rules Make an activity fair and safe Official rules of an activity that make the sport distinguishable from other sports Playing within the rules includes playing in the spirit of the game and not trying to bend the rules ◦ Treating officials with respect and responding positively  Personal responsibility - Show spectators the correct way of performing
  3. 3. Etiquette The unwritten rules or conventions of an activityThese are not an enforceable rule but is usually observed.
  4. 4. Etiquette The unwritten rules or conventions of an activity Kicking the ball out of play to enable the referee to stop the game for an injured player to receive treatment. The team that kicked the ball out then get it back Bowing to an opponent in judo Shaking hands with opponents and officials after the gameExamples like this are also sometimes called sportsmanship, which meansin the spirit of fair-play.
  5. 5. EtiquetteThe non-putting player stands out of theeye line of another player and does notput them off A runner that is being lapped in a 10000m race move to one side to let those ahead go past A cricket team applauding the batters on and off the pitchExamples like this are also sometimes called sportsmanship, which meansin the spirit of fair-play.
  6. 6. Where is etiquette expected to take place?There are places in a competition or game where etiquette is expected totake place:  In the face of defeat  In the face of success  After an injury  Honesty over a decision, e.g. Batsmen admitting they touch a ball
  7. 7. Player responsibility Player have a responsibility to be role models in their conduct during a match All players should control their behaviour and demonstrated fair play, good etiquette and sportsmanship for the good of the game This includes: ◦ Language ◦ Manner of play – avoid time wasting, agression, not taking free hits or passes from the correct place ◦ Captains only addressing the referee ◦ Accept the referees decsion • In some games have degrees of punishment if they do not adhere to the rules • Verbal warnings • Recorded warnings, e.g. Yellow cards • ‘Sin bin’ – where player is excluded from the game for a period of time • Bans from the game
  8. 8.  In 2008, the Football Association (FA) introduced the Respect campaign in order to reduce the amount of arguing with the referee about decisions Aimed to crackdown on bad behaviour on the pitch and the sidelines Captains have been given more responsibility for the behaviour of their team Referees give pre-match briefing to the captains and managers in order to focus them on good behaviour
  9. 9. Specimen paperEtiquette is:a) Written rules which are sometimes enforcedb) The unwritten rulesc) The official rules of an activityd) Specific guidelines for officials (1 mark)
  10. 10. 2007Correct etiquette is expected in sports activities.(i) What is meant by etiquette?........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................(1 mark)(ii) Describe two examples of correct sporting etiquette.1 ................................................................................................................................. ....................................................................................................................................2 ................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................................................................(4 marks)
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