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4º ESO Bilingüe


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4º ESO Bilingüe

  1. 1. Badminton<br />4º ESO<br />Bilingüe<br />Curso <br />2009-2010<br />
  2. 2. BASIC VOCABULARY<br />VOLANTE - Shuttelock<br />RAQUETA -Racket<br />GOLPEAR – To hit<br />PARTIDO - Match<br />FALTA - Fault<br />BANDA - Bounds<br />RED - Net<br />JUGADA - Rally<br />JUGADOR QUE SACA<br />SAQUE - Server<br />SAQUE - Service<br />DERECHAS -Forehand<br />REVES - Backhand<br />PAR - Even<br />IMPAR - Odd<br />RECEPTOR - Receiver<br />PUNTOS - Points<br />PISTA - Court<br />INDIVIDUAL - Singles<br />DOBLES - Doubles<br />
  3. 3. Badminton - Objetive ofthe game <br /><ul><li> The objective of the game is to do to pass the shuttlecock over the net;
  4. 4. Respecting the rules of the game;
  5. 5. Making him to play in the opposing field;
  6. 6. Offensive and defensive actions;
  7. 7. To impede that the shuttlecock and touch in own field; </li></li></ul><li>Historical development of the game in the world<br />It was in India that the badminton was born, with the name of “Poona” ( +- 1850 ).<br />English officials to service in this country liked the game and they took it to Europe.<br />The &quot;poona&quot; passed the if it calls Badminton when, in the decade of 1870, a new version of the sport was played in the property of Badminton, belonging to the Duke of Beaufort&apos;s, in Gloucestershire, England.<br />The first rules were printed in India in 1876. <br />This is how Badminton was<br />Played during the early years. <br />
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  9. 9. In 1934 the International Federation of Badminton was founded (IBF), with nine members: Canada, Denmark, Scotland, France, Holland, England, New Zealand and Country of Wales. <br />Badminton is played both indoors and outdoors; <br />
  10. 10. Sport Overview<br />Badminton is a physically demanding sport, requiring:<br />strength<br />endurance<br />muscular power<br />agility<br />speed endurance<br />anaerobic power<br />capacity to rapidly accelerate<br />and decelerate<br />For factorsinfluencing performance<br />
  11. 11. Equipments<br />The court<br />Net<br />Players<br />Racket<br />Shuttlecock<br />Umpire<br />
  12. 12. Thecourt<br />
  13. 13. Net <br />Net<br />Post<br />Height Net<br />Width<br />
  14. 14. Racket<br />Head<br />weight<br />Shaft<br />Handle<br />Stringed<br />Area<br />There are several racket types with different materials. <br />Example: metal, graphite, carbon or ceramic.<br />
  15. 15. Racket<br />The first type of rackets used to play Badminton. Initially they were built with wood.<br />
  16. 16. Shuttlecock<br />16 - Feathers<br />goose feather  <br />Base<br /><ul><li> The shuttlecock may be made from natural and/or synthetic materials.
  17. 17. The shuttlecock shall have 16 feathers fixed in the base.
  18. 18. Weight The shuttle shall weigh from 4.74 to 5.50 grams.</li></li></ul><li>Players<br />There are tournaments of :<br />Doubles Mix<br />Feminine and<br />Masculine<br />Single<br />Feminine or<br />Masculine<br />Doubles<br />Feminine or<br />Masculine<br />
  19. 19. Umpire<br /><ul><li> Count the points;
  20. 20. Confirms the plays;
  21. 21. Decides launches them dúblios</li></li></ul><li>Linejudge<br />There are 10 line judges, one for each demarcation of the game<br />
  22. 22. Servicejudge<br />Service judge<br />
  23. 23. SignsofArbitration<br />Movement discontinues of the racket in the execution of the service<br />Shuttlecock out<br />Shuttlecock inside<br />
  24. 24. SignsofArbitration<br />Play out of the base of the<br /> shuttlecock in the execution<br /> of the service<br />I contact with the feet out of the service area or absence of the static position for the server<br />Execution of the service in lack<br /> with touch in the shuttlecock above<br /> the waist<br />
  25. 25. Individual technique<br />How to hold the racket ?<br /><ul><li> Legs beside the racket lightly ahead
  26. 26. Feet to the width of the shoulders
  27. 27. I weigh of the body equally distributed by the two feet
  28. 28. Knees lightly bent
  29. 29. Arms semi - bent
  30. 30. Racket at the level of the chest appearing to the front </li></ul>How to hold the shuttlecock to serve?<br />
  31. 31. Techniques<br />Forehands<br />Backhands<br />Smash<br />Lob<br />Push<br />Drop-shot<br />Drive<br />Net-shots<br />Clearshot<br />Others.<br />
  32. 32. Techniques – Forehand grip / backhand grip<br />
  33. 33. Techniques - Lob<br />
  34. 34. Techniques - Smash<br />The smash is an aggressive overhead stroke, witch if used at the right moment, instantly weakens an opponent´s<br />
  35. 35. Techniques – Net drop<br />These are the blows played close and very close the net.<br />
  36. 36. Techniques - Drive<br />
  37. 37. Techniques – Drop Shot<br /><ul><li> Set up and back-swing as you would for an overhead clear.
  38. 38. Turning your non racquet shoulder to face your target.
  39. 39. Hold your racket arm high with the racket's head behind you, at about shoulder height.
  40. 40. Position yourself behind and beneath the shuttle. </li></li></ul><li>Techniques – Clearshots<br />
  41. 41. Techniques – Service<br />Forehandservice<br />Backhandservice<br />
  42. 42. Some Rules<br />Services / Serve<br />Score Systems<br />Faults<br />
  43. 43. Service ( or serve )<br /> The service ( serve ), in the Badminton, they are always accomplished in the diagonal, as in the same tennis.<br />
  44. 44. Services<br />The serve in Badminton is an underhand stroke made on the forehand side of the body.<br />Position in theblock to serve<br />
  45. 45. Services– trajectoriesshuttlecock<br />depends on the adopted tactics<br />
  46. 46. Score Systems<br /> A match consists of the best of 3 games of 21 points.<br /> At 20 all, the side which gains a 2 point lead first, wins that game.<br /> At 29 all, the side scoring the 30th point, wins that game.<br />
  47. 47. Faults – some examples<br />To play in the net with racket <br /> o play in the net with the body <br />To invade the opposing field<br />To beat in the shuttlecock before passing for your field<br />Two touches<br />To play in any part of the body<br />Transport, to carry the shuttlecock with the racket<br />To be out of the service area.<br />( in service )<br />To beat with the racket over the head<br />
  48. 48. Service - Faults<br />
  49. 49. Faults<br /> Some examples<br />If a service is not correct;<br />Touches the person or dress of a player;<br />Touches any other object or person outside the immediate surroundings of the court;<br />Others ….<br />The player distracts the opponent intentionally<br />
  50. 50. CuriositiesontheBadminton<br />Better <br />The best countries of the world in badminton are Indonesia and China, tends the together two conquered 70% of all of the events of IBF.<br />Others dominant countries in the healthy sport: Malaysia, Korea and Denmark.<br />Bruises <br />In spite of seeming an inoffensive sport, the badminton when played professionals, it can, due to speed of the shuttlecock, to offer some danger for the players&apos; eyes. It is like this advisable to the professionals the use of protecting glasses.<br />
  51. 51. Popularity<br />The popularity of the badminton was proven during premiere as Olympic sport in Barcelona, 1992. Around 1.1 billion people they attended the competitions for television. <br /> Now, more than 130 countries are members of the International Federation of Badminton.<br />Speed <br />The badminton is the faster racket sport of the world, demanding fast reflexes and great physical conditioning. During a departure of professionals, is ashamed 1,6 kilometer approximately and the shuttlecock can reach the speed of ± 260km/h!<br />
  52. 52. Tennis Vs Badminton <br />The statistics don&apos;t lie, see this comparison among a tennis game (Boris Becker X Kevin Curren for All England Championship) and a badminton game (Han Jian X Morten Frost for the World Badminton Championship):<br />Note : That the badminton players compete half of the tennis players&apos; time and even so, they run twice more and they almost hit the double of times!<br />