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Local games at Maria Konopnicka's Primary School No.5 in Ełk, Poland

Local games at Maria Konopnicka's Primary School No.5 in Ełk, Poland

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    • Comenius Project „MOVE TO IMPROVE YOUR BODY AND MIND” 2012 – 2014 LOCAL GAMES at Maria Konopnicka’s Primary School No.5 in Ełk, Poland
    • 2 The history of the game: Kwadrant comes from a game called ‘Palant’. It is a team game with scores. To play it you need a tennis ball and a bat. The game is known in Poland and in Europe from Medieval as a school and a folk game. Nowadays there are a lot of local types of this game. We would like to introduce the version valid in Primary School No.5 in Ełk. The purpose of the game is to: - develop the pace of moving - improve the technique of throwing a tennis ball - improve the ability of catching a tennis ball - learn working in groups - learn a fair-play game
    • 3 Tools: - a tennis ball - T-shirts for teams (each team has different colour) - four cones or four flags The rules of the game: To play a game you need two teams with the same number of people (four players at least). There is no limit of time. The pitch is divided into two parts: 1. the area of throwing out the tennis ball (called ‘home base’)- the offensive team plays here 2. the area of catching the tennis ball- the defensive team plays here
    • 4 The position: The defensive team must ‘cover’ their whole area between the flags while the offensive team must divert into the ‘home base’. They also ought to comply the order of throwing, which was established earlier. The tennis ball lies next to the flag. The offensive team: Their task is to throw the tennis ball in a way to get much time to run around outside of the cones/flags. If the player throws the ball he will run to the first flag. It the throw was long and the defensive team wouldn’t throw back the tennis ball into the ‘home base’, he/she can run ahead. If the player runs around all the flags the offensive team will get one point. The defensive team: Their task is to throw back the tennis ball to the ‘home base’. If the offensive team catches the ball they will get one point. Then both team change their places. When the defensive
    • 5 team throws back the ball out of the home base’s line , the player from the offensive team must stay next to the flag. The player becomes disqualified if he will run among the flags. The game: One team is in the ‘home base’, the other team in the field. The first player from the ‘home base’ throws the ball into the field. After the correct throw he runs to the first cone. If there’s much time he will try to run around the whole field. Then he goes back to the ‘home base’. (He runs until someone from the field throws back the tennis ball behind the line of the ‘home base’). The person who will run around all the cones gets one point.
    • 6 The defensive team tries to catch the ball. If they throw it back into the ‘home base’ and the ball passes the line while player will be between the flags, he becomes ‘handcuffed’. Then he must go back to the place near the ‘home base’ from the right side. If the next player throws the ball wrong he will be also ‘handcuffed’. The other players being among the flags go back to the last cone and wait for the throw of the next person from team. The teams’ change is when the defensive team messes the throw (the ball doesn’t pass the appointed line), the players are ‘handcuffed’ three times or the offensive team caught the tennis ball. The winner is who gets more points. Enjoy playing  Ten projekt został zrealizowany przy wsparciu finansowym Komisji Europejskiej. Projekt lub publikacja odzwierciedlają jedynie stanowisko ich autora i Komisja Europejska nie ponosi odpowiedzialności za umieszczoną w nich zawartość merytoryczną. Prepared by students from Vc and teachers: M. Wąsikiewicz, A. Zemel, R. Kubeł