Worksheets 2nd Term Team Sports Vocabulary in class 1º ESO Secciones

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Worksheets 2nd Term Team Sports Vocabulary in class 1º ESO Secciones

  1. 1. IES CLARA CAMPOAMOR1º ESO SECCIONES EUROPEASDEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACIÓN FÍSICA[TEAM SPORTS]WORK SHEET“TEAM SPORT”VOCABULARY2ND TERMSBASKETBALL VOLLEYBALL421005098425134302598425HANDBALL FOOTBALL42957751390651695450139065<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1. An illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses both hands to dribble or the <br />player starts to dribble a second time after coming to a stop)<br />A. Alley oop B. Double dribble C. Goal tending D. Free throw<br />2. A shot that missed the rim, net and backboard<br />A. Dribble B. Travelling C. Alley oop D. Airball<br />3. A violation by a player with the ball who moves both feet without dribbling<br />A. Free throw B. Travelling C. Jump ball D. Alley oop<br />4. Controlling the basketball by bouncing it with either hand<br />A. Rebound B. Lay-up C. Dribble D. Airball<br />5. An official tosses the ball up between two players who jump in an effort to tap it <br />to a teammate<br />A. Jump ball B. Travelling C. Free throw D. Double dribble<br />6. Touching the ball when a shot is descending towards the basket or is directly <br />above the basket<br />A. Travelling B. Lay-up C. Rebound D. Goal tending<br />7. The act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot<br />A. Rebound B. Alley oop C. Jump ball D. Travelling<br />8. An unhindered basketball shot from the foul line; given to penalize the other <br />team for committing a foul<br />A. Free throw B. Double dribble C. Airball D. Alley oop<br />9. A basketball shot made with one hand from a position under or beside the basket <br />(and usually banked off the backboard)<br />A. Airball B. Lay-up C. Dribble D. Alley oop<br />10. A play in which one player throws the ball into the vicinity of the rim and a <br />jumping team-mate catches it and scores a basket in one motion<br />A. Travelling B. Double dribble C. Alley oop D. Lay-up<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Basketball<br />Basketball<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1.<br /> A play in which one player throws the ball into the vicinity of <br />the rim and a jumping team-mate catches it and scores a <br />basket in one motion<br />2.<br /> Controlling the basketball by bouncing it with either hand<br />3.<br /> An unhindered basketball shot from the foul line; given to <br />penalize the other team for committing a foul<br />4.<br /> A basketball shot made with one hand from a position under <br />or beside the basket (and usually banked off the backboard)<br />5.<br /> An official tosses the ball up between two players who jump <br />in an effort to tap it to a teammate<br />6.<br /> Touching the ball when a shot is descending towards the <br />basket or is directly above the basket<br />7.<br /> A violation by a player with the ball who moves both feet <br />without dribbling<br />8.<br /> The act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball <br />after a missed shot<br />9.<br /> A shot that missed the rim, net and backboard<br />10.<br /> An illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses both hands <br />to dribble or the player starts to dribble a second time after <br />coming to a stop)<br />Jump ball Airball Rebound Travelling<br />Goal tending Dribble Double dribble<br />Lay-up Alley oop Free throw<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Volleyball<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1. To position the ball so a team-mate can attack<br />A. Hold B. Dig C. Attack D. Set<br />2. The original name for volleyball<br />A. Dig B. Hold C. Block D. Mintonette<br />3. To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of releasing it <br />immediately<br />A. Hold B. Rotate C. Setter D. Mintonette<br />4. A line three meters from the net which marks the limit for where a back-row <br />player may advance to hit a ball from above the net<br />A. Rotate B. Attack line C. Dig D. Setter<br />5. To smash the ball overarm into the opponent's court<br />A. Attack line B. Rotate C. Spike D. Set<br />6. To block an opposing player from spiking the ball by jumping at the net with arms <br />in the air<br />A. Setter B. Dig C. Attack D. Block<br />7. An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting the ball over the net<br />A. Mintonette B. Attack C. Dig D. Spike<br />8. To move to the next position on the floor in a clockwise manner<br />A. Attack line B. Block C. Spike D. Rotate<br />9. A player who excels in setting up teammates to attack<br />A. Attack line B. Rotate C. Setter D. Spike<br />10. A defensive move in which both arms are placed together in an attempt to <br />bounce a hard-hit ball up into the air<br />A. Hold B. Attack line C. Block D. Dig<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Volleyball<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br /> An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting the ball over the <br />net<br />1.<br />2.<br /> To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of <br />releasing it immediately<br />3.<br /> To smash the ball overarm into the opponent's court<br />4.<br /> A player who excels in setting up teammates to attack<br />5.<br /> To block an opposing player from spiking the ball by jumping at <br />the net with arms in the air<br />6.<br /> The original name for volleyball<br />7.<br /> To move to the next position on the floor in a clockwise manner<br />8.<br /> A line three meters from the net which marks the limit for where a <br />back-row player may advance to hit a ball from above the net<br />9.<br /> A defensive move in which both arms are placed together in an <br />attempt to bounce a hard-hit ball up into the air<br />10.<br /> To position the ball so a team-mate can attack<br />Mintonette Set<br /> Spike Dig<br />Block Attack line Rotate<br />Setter Attack Hold<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Handball<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1. A shot attempted while running<br />A. Running shot B. Throw-off C. Jump shot D. Goal area<br />2. The penalty for a second warning from the referee or for any severe foul or <br />unsportsmanlike behavior<br />A. Wing B. Two-minute suspension C. Running shot D. Shooter<br />3. A player centered largely around midcourt who directs the offense and shoots or tries <br />to penetrate the defense<br />A. Pivot B. Goalkeeper C. Center back D. Throw-in<br />4. A throw from the side of the court to restart play after the ball has gone over the <br />sidelines<br />A. Center back B. Throw-in C. Running shot D. Goalkeeper<br />5. The D-shaped area extending six meters from the goal and occupied only by the <br />goalkeeper<br />A. Shooter B. Pivot C. Running shot D. Goal area<br />6. A player, usually tall and a good jumper, who shoots from the backcourt<br />A. Running shot B. Throw-in C. Goal area D. Shooter<br />7. A player who plays largely along the side of the court<br />A. Wing B. Pivot C. Center back D. Shooter<br />8. A throw from the center line to a team-mate at least three metres away and behind the <br />line, used to restart play<br />A. Jump shot B. Throw-off C. Goalkeeper D. Pivot<br />9. The player in charge of defending the goal<br />A. Pivot B. Throw-in C. Goalkeeper D. Jump shot<br />10. An offensive player who plays largely around the six-meter line<br />A. Pivot B. Jump shot C. Two-minute suspension D. Shooter<br />11. A shot attempted while leaping<br />A. Throw-in B. Wing C. Goal area D. Jump shot<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1.<br /> A throw from the side of the court to restart play after <br />the ball has gone over the sidelines<br />2.<br /> A throw from the center line to a team-mate at least <br />three metres away and behind the line, used to restart <br />play<br />3.<br /> The player in charge of defending the goal<br />4.<br /> The penalty for a second warning from the referee or <br />for any severe foul or unsportsmanlike behavior<br />5.<br /> The D-shaped area extending six meters from the <br />goal and occupied only by the goalkeeper<br />6.<br /> A player who plays largely along the side of the court<br />7.<br /> A player, usually tall and a good jumper, who shoots <br />from the backcourt<br />8.<br /> A shot attempted while leaping<br />9.<br /> A player centered largely around midcourt who directs <br />the offense and shoots or tries to penetrate the <br />defense<br />10.<br /> An offensive player who plays largely around the six-<br />meter line<br />11.<br /> A shot attempted while running<br />Wing Throw-in Throw-off Two-minute suspension<br />Running shot Pivot Jump shot Goalkeeper<br />Shooter Goal area Center back<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Football<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1. A violation where a player is closer to the other team's goal line than any defenders <br />except the goalkeeper when receiving a pass<br />A. Hand ball B. Offside C. Goal D. Goalkeeper<br />2. To move the ball along the field with the feet while maintaining possession<br />A. Tackle B. Take a dive C. Goalkeeper D. Dribble<br />3. A score made by getting the ball into the goal<br />A. Penalty kick B. Goal C. Offside D. Header<br />4. To fake an illegal tackle in an attempt to gain a free kick from the referee<br />A. Corner kick B. Hand ball C. Tackle D. Take a dive<br />5. The only player who is allowed to handle the ball within the penalty area, whose <br />special duty is to prevent the ball from going into the goal<br />A. Goalkeeper B. Dribble C. Goal D. Hand ball<br />6. A kick from the corner of the field to team-mates lined up in front of the goal, awarded <br />to the attacking team when the ball goes over the goal line outside the goal posts and <br />the defending team touched it last. <br />A. Goalkeeper B. Header C. Offside D. Corner kick<br />7. Hitting the ball with your head<br />A. Header B. Goal C. Take a dive D. Corner kick<br />8. A free kick directly from the penalty spot in front of the goal with only the goalkeeper <br />defending<br />A. Tackle B. Goal C. Hand ball D. Penalty kick<br />9. A violation where a player other than the goalkeeper touches the ball with the hands <br />during play or the goalkeeper handles the ball outside the penalty area<br />A. Penalty kick B. Hand ball C. Dribble D. Goalkeeper<br />10. To try to take possession of the ball from another player<br />A. Tackle B. Offside C. Take a dive D. Goalkeeper<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />Name:<br />Date:<br />Complete the activity.<br />1.<br /> The only player who is allowed to handle the ball within the penalty <br />area, whose special duty is to prevent the ball from going into the goal<br />2.<br /> A score made by getting the ball into the goal<br />3.<br /> To fake an illegal tackle in an attempt to gain a free kick from the <br />referee<br />4.<br /> To move the ball along the field with the feet while maintaining <br />possession<br />5.<br /> Hitting the ball with your head<br />6.<br /> A kick from the corner of the field to team-mates lined up in front of <br />the goal, awarded to the attacking team when the ball goes over the <br />goal line outside the goal posts and the defending team touched it <br />last. <br />7.<br /> A free kick directly from the penalty spot in front of the goal with only <br />the goalkeeper defending<br />8.<br /> A violation where a player other than the goalkeeper touches the ball <br />with the hands during play or the goalkeeper handles the ball outside <br />the penalty area<br />9.<br /> To try to take possession of the ball from another player<br />10.<br /> A violation where a player is closer to the other team's goal line than <br />any defenders except the goalkeeper when receiving a pass<br />Tackle<br /> Hand ball<br /> Offside<br />Goal<br /> Goalkeeper<br /> Header<br />Corner kick<br /> Take a dive<br />Penalty kick<br /> Dribble<br />©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com<br />

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