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3Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
Identificación del material AICLE
CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN
Dirección General de Participación e Innovación Educativa
Alternative SportsTÍTULO
A2
NIVEL LINGÜÍSTICO
SEGÚN MCER
InglésIDIOMA
Educación FísicaÁREA / MATERIA
Juegos y deportes (Juegos y deportes alternativos)NÚCLEO TEMÁTICO
3º de Educación Secundaria
CORRESPONDENCIA
CURRICULAR
7-8 sesiones.
TEMPORALIZACIÓN
APROXIMADA
Las actividades, juegos y deportes alternativos - recreativos individuales y
colectivos aplicando los fundamentos reglamentarios técnicos y tácticos como
los malabares y el unihockey, suponen forma de mejorar la salud además de
aspectos muy importantes como la aceptación del propio nivel de ejecución
y disposición a su mejora así como el respeto y aceptación de las reglas,
cooperación, tolerancia y el autocontrol ante las situaciones de contacto físico.
GUIÓN TEMÁTICO
- Comunicación lingüística
- Competencia para la autonomía e iniciativa personal
- Competencia y actitudes para seguir aprendiendo deforma autónoma
- Competencia social y ciudadana
COMPETENCIAS
BÁSICAS
La última actividad referente a la táctica en ataque y defensa del floorball o
unihockey en la que hay que completar unas palabras clave al texto, se pueden
realizar con un “listening”
OBSERVACIONES
Material didáctico en formato PDFFORMATO
José Ramón Arredondo PérezAUTORÍA
4 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
Tabla de programación AICLE
- Conocer y aceptar el funcionamiento del propio cuerpo y el de los otros, respetar
las diferencias, afianzar los hábitos de cuidado y salud corporales e incorporar la edu-
cación física y la práctica del deporte para favorecer el desarrollo personal y social.
Valorar críticamente los hábitos sociales relacionados con la salud contribuyendo a su
conservación y mejora
OBJETIVOS
- Alternative sports
- Juggling
- Floorball / unihockey
TEMA
- Dibujos
- Fabricación de pelotas de malabares
- Juegos de pelotas
- Cuestionario
TAREAS
- Realizar una acción motriz con las manos con unos implementos como los pompones
incrementando la dificultad en el número de los mismos y en la velocidad de ejecución
y posición. El alumno deberá demostrar que posee una buena coordinación óculo-
manual
- Realizar la acción técnica del golpeo del stick, conducción del mismo y finta en el
deporte recreativo del unihockey. El alumnado deberá de demostrar que selecciona
y aplica la técnica correcta a la vez que desarrollamos la capacidad de observación
hacia el compañero
- Juego del floorball en ataque o defensa. El alumno deberá demostrar situaciones
de ataque conserva, avanza y consique la marca con el balón; y en defensa intenta
recuperar la pelota, frenar el avance y evitar que los oponentes consigan la marca
- Manifestar actitudes de tolerancia y deportividad. Se valorará la capacidad para
esforzarse, de responsabilidad
CRITERIOS DE
EVALUACIÓN
- Relacionar los diferentes sistemas orgánicos que intervienen en el ejercicio físico.
- Diferenciar los tipos de movimiento articular
- Relacionar los tipos huesos, articulaciones, músculos y de fibras musculares
- Situar el calentamiento en la sesión, efectos, fases, y propuesta de ejercicios
- Valorar la condición física
MODELOS
DISCURSIVOS
CONTENIDOS
LINGÜÍSTICOS
FUNCIONES:
- Dar órdenes sobre
posición y movimiento
- Expresar contrastes
- Corregir posiciones
ESTRUCTURAS:
- Present simple
- Imperative
LÉXICO:
Alternative sports,
Conventional sports,
Badminton, Frisbee,
Indiaca, creative,
ribbons, balloon, sand,
Juggling, throwing, sticks,
equipment, place, clothes,
bend, sweep, weight,
rotate, offence, rules
- El cuerpo, actividad física y salud II.- Capacidades físicas coordinativas
- Atletismo III
- Fútbol II
- Actividades físicas recreativas. Malabares y unihockey
- Baloncesto
- Actividades en la naturaleza
CONTENIDOS
DE
CURSO / CICLO
5Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
CONTENTS
1. Alternative Sports
2. Juggling
3. Floorball / Unihockey
UNIT
3
Alternative
Sports
6 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
1.Alternative Sports
Alternative Sports
Give some examples of alternative and conventional sports.
Alternative Sports:
-
-
-
-
-
Conventional Sports
-
-
-
-
-
Conventional Sports
SHEET 1:
	
  
	
  
7Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
2. Alternative games / Sports
- It is important to participate and have fun.
- Spend time with other people.
- Diverse and varied games.
- Age, gender and physical condition are not important.
- Rules can change, creativity.
Alternative games or sports are completely or partially invented sports
which have no national federation. Sometimes they are just variations of a
previously existing game.
Remember: a game can be considered alternative in a certain place or time
and not in another; BADMINTON is a clear example.
Sometimes the alternative is the object or equipment used:
Frisbee
Indiaca
Can you think of any other alternative sports or games?
8 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
Can you think of any other alternative sports or games?
Is badminton an Alternative Sport?
SHEET 2:
	
  
A) Sometimes.
B) No, because badminton has a National Federation.
Badminton!
But has badminton got a National
Federation? Sometimes they are
just variations on a previously
existing game.
9Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
	
  
	
  
	
  
	
  
SHEET 3:
DESCRIBE the pictures.
DRAW pictures for Batchi Ball and Kinball.
THE MOST FAMOUS ALTERNATIVE SPORTS:
BATCHI
BALL
KINBALLFRISBIE
BADMINTON
UNIHOCKEY
OR
FLOORBALL
JUGGLING
ALTERNATIVE
SPORTS
10 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET4:
Match the photos and the names
3. JUGGLING
1) DIABOLO.....................
2) DEVIL STICKS............
3) RIBBONS....................
4) CHINESE PLATES......
5) JUGGLING BALLS......
6) HOOPS........................
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
	
  
11Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET 5:
MAKING JUGGLING BALLS
you need some balloons, scissors, a small bottle, and
something to fill the balls (eg rice, birdseed or sand).
REPEAT WITH OTHER BALLOONS AND YOU WILL
HAVE YOUR JUGGLING BALLS!
Making juggling balls
Inflate the first
balloon and fill it
with the contents
of the bottle
Close off the
opening to the
balloon and put it
inside another
balloon.
Fill the bottle with
your filling
	
  
COMPLETE THIS
TABLE
HAVE YOU GOT ALL
THE MATERIALS
Was it difficult
to make your
JUGGLING BALLS?
Are your JUGGLING
BALLS equal sizes?
YOU Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No
YOUR PARTNER Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No
12 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET 6:
REMEMBER:
Juggling is a game where we throw small objects in the air,
catch them and throw them up again without letting them drop
the most famous jugglers are the “pompones”
Practice these exercises
Listen to your teacher and practice.
Complete this table after 1 month.
How many
times?
Can you throw two balls with one hand? Yes / No
Can you throw two balls with two hands? Yes / No
Can you throw three balls with two hands? Yes / No
13Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET 7:
How to be a good juggler t (true) or f (false) ?
You don’t need to practice. T or F
Juggling involves throwing objects to different heights, catching them
and throwing them up again without letting them fall to the ground.
T or F
Concentration is very important. T or F
A juggler works in different positions. T or F
You can juggle on your own or with different people. T or F
Don’t keep your arms close to your body at 90º T or F
It’s important to start with a little and then work your way up. T or F
You don’t need motivation, it’s very easy. T or F
14 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
3. FLOORBALL / UNIHOCKEY
	
  
Let’s see a
bit of
history.
Floorball comes from Scandinavia
In the 19th century there was a similar game in Sweden. Its name was innebandy.
Floorball or uni-hockey is similar to Bandy, considered the predecessor of ice
hockey. Floorball is sometimes compared to ice hockey without the ice skates, but
there are considerable differences in the rules. In Switzerland, floorball is commonly
considered to be a kind of hockey.
The big difference between the two is that the rules of floorball do not allow any high
sticking, stick contact or body contact, so the game tends to be less physical
than Floor Hockey and more skill oriented and fast paced.
	
  
15Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:
Nº OF PLAYERS: two teams of 6 players (5 field players and a goalkeeper)
Composite sticks with a plastic vented blade. The sticks are made of
plastic or carbon and a bit over 1 metre long. The shaft is no longer than
99 cm and a blade of a different kind of plastic is attached to its end.
Light plastic ball. 72 mm in diameter, has a maximum weight of 23 grams,
and has 26 holes in it.
PLACE:
The playing field is 40x20 metres
The goal cages are 1.60 x 1.15 m and 65 cm deep,
i.e. 160 cm high x 115 cm wide.
CLOTHES:
- The goalie wears special equipment. Their trousers are long and padded.
The goalie is allowed to wear gloves and a helmet to protect their face.
The goalie does not have a stick.
- The field players wear shorts, a shirt, socks and indoor sport shoes. They are
allowed shin guards.
DURATION:
The game consists of 3 x 20 minutes, with two 10-minute intermissions between
periods when the teams change sides.
16 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET 8:
Complete the sentences about floorball (unihockey)
- Floorball comes from __________
- The ball is made of ________
- Floorball does not allow for any________ sticking, stick______ or
body_____, so the game tends to be____ _______.
- The playing field is ____ x _____
- The game consists of___ x___ minutes, with two__- minute intermissions
between periods.
- The sticks are made of ______ or ______ and are a bit over 1 metre long
- There are _____ players (___ field players and___goalkeeper.)
17Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
	
  
SHEET 9:
A FEW TIPS
Listen to your teacher and make notes about a few technical tips.
Compare your notes with a partner.
OBSERVATION CHECK-LIST FOR FLOORBALL
NAME:__________________________________________
Group:______
Student observed:_________________________________
1. Move your stronger
arm to power up the
shot
Yes / No
3. Put all your weight
on the back leg
Yes / No
4. Sweep the stick foward
towards the goal while
moving your weight onto
your front foot
Yes / No
2. Point your
forward leg towards
the goal and bend your
knee.
Yes / No
6. Stick blade always on
the floor
Yes / No
5. Rotate your wrist so
that the ball zooms off
the blade
Yes / No
18 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SHEET 10:
You will hear a woman talking about FLOORBALL OFFENCE. Use these words to fill the
gaps:
body, creativity, goals, pass, fast, responsibility, play, the field, ball, defenders,
forwards, deep, middle zone, shot, team, receive
Definition
- Offence is when we have the ______.
- There are certain systems but offence is mainly _________ and improvisation.
Basic rules
- The ultimate purpose of the game is to score _______.
- We will shoot into the goal as often as possible (only real shots; misses don’t count).
- We want to score (if a teammate is in a better scoring position, we pass).
- Offence is everybody’s __________.
- Compact team ______.
- The ball is faster than the fastest player (passing) – so ______ the ball!
- We can only score when we have the ball and as long as we have the ball, nobody else can score.
- We use the entire length and width of _______.
- Passing should be ______ and low / avoid blind passing.
- In a 1 –1 situation I use my ______ to control the ball.
- After a pass, move to a position where you can ________ a pass again.
- Remember that you can play the ball back to our ________.
The ideal offence
Quickly advance through the midfield by pushing the other team back with our
defenders or by dragging them back with our forwards.
No duels in the ____________ (danger of fast breaks).
Carry the ball ______ into the other half and then initiate a smart move to score.
Fast break rules
Quickly move towards the other goal, try to establish a powerplay situation 3:2 or 2:1
(use crossing and blocking) and go for a simple but effective ______ on goal.
In a 3:2 situation the last player should not ______ the ball (if this is the initial
situation play a pass).
From a 3:2 situation try to establish a 2:1 situation.
All other players (usually defenders) from the ______ close the gap to support the attack.
FLOORBALL OFFENCE
19Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
You will hear a woman talking about FLOORBALL DEFENCE. For question
9 complete the sentences with these words:
wins, players, communication, watch, superiority, opponents, against,
zone, slot, outside.
FLOORBALL DEFENCE
Definition
- Defence is when we don’t have the ball.
- Remember… “offence sells tickets – _______ wins games”...!!!
Basic rules
- Defence is everybody’s responsibility.
- Compact team play.
- ________ in dangerous positions are closely marked, otherwise we just keep an eye
on them.
- ____________ from behind (keeper, defence, offence), we talk to each other.
- We need our forwards for defence (sometimes deep into our own half).
- Close to the ball we always try to be in numerical superiority (double).
- Our opponents are never in numerical __________ in front of our goal.
- Our position is between our direct opponent and our own goal.
- ______ the ball, the stick and the player not only the player.
- No space / no time for (ballkeeping) __________.
- Stick against stick, body against body.
- We show the reaching area of our sticks as late as possible.
Team tactics
- We play a flexible player orientated 2:1:2 zone defence (every player is responsible for
a certain _____ and the player within this zone); no close marking over the entire field,
you can hand-over players, you can leave your zone.
- Never let yourself be outrun by the opponent with the ball (gain speed before your attack and
“push” them to a safe zone (zones close to the rink, away from our slot).
- We ultimately defend the _____ and allow no shots on goal from this area (blocking).
- We try to force our opponents into a certain direction (from the middle to the ______ ) by
attacking with the stick from the middle (not body – danger of outrun).
- Uncontrolled balls in front of our goal are played out___________ (stick, foot, …).
Individual tactics
- I always know where the ball is and where my direct opponent is.
- In a 1 –1 situation I use my ______ to defend the ball (turn around and cover the ball).
- I defend according to the ______ (I don’t use my hands, I use my upper body).
- My stick ______ is always on the floor.
20 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports
SELF ASSESSMENT
Read and tick ✓ where appropriate
YES
NOT
YET
NOT
SURE
I can recognize spoken and written words
and expressions related to the content of the
lesson.
I can report information from this unit both
orally and in writing.
I can talk about different aspects of this unit
providing my own opinion or views.
I can speak about some of the relevant themes
in the unit.
I can write and do projects about the topics in
the unit.

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  • 3. 3Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports Identificación del material AICLE CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Participación e Innovación Educativa Alternative SportsTÍTULO A2 NIVEL LINGÜÍSTICO SEGÚN MCER InglésIDIOMA Educación FísicaÁREA / MATERIA Juegos y deportes (Juegos y deportes alternativos)NÚCLEO TEMÁTICO 3º de Educación Secundaria CORRESPONDENCIA CURRICULAR 7-8 sesiones. TEMPORALIZACIÓN APROXIMADA Las actividades, juegos y deportes alternativos - recreativos individuales y colectivos aplicando los fundamentos reglamentarios técnicos y tácticos como los malabares y el unihockey, suponen forma de mejorar la salud además de aspectos muy importantes como la aceptación del propio nivel de ejecución y disposición a su mejora así como el respeto y aceptación de las reglas, cooperación, tolerancia y el autocontrol ante las situaciones de contacto físico. GUIÓN TEMÁTICO - Comunicación lingüística - Competencia para la autonomía e iniciativa personal - Competencia y actitudes para seguir aprendiendo deforma autónoma - Competencia social y ciudadana COMPETENCIAS BÁSICAS La última actividad referente a la táctica en ataque y defensa del floorball o unihockey en la que hay que completar unas palabras clave al texto, se pueden realizar con un “listening” OBSERVACIONES Material didáctico en formato PDFFORMATO José Ramón Arredondo PérezAUTORÍA
  • 4. 4 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports Tabla de programación AICLE - Conocer y aceptar el funcionamiento del propio cuerpo y el de los otros, respetar las diferencias, afianzar los hábitos de cuidado y salud corporales e incorporar la edu- cación física y la práctica del deporte para favorecer el desarrollo personal y social. Valorar críticamente los hábitos sociales relacionados con la salud contribuyendo a su conservación y mejora OBJETIVOS - Alternative sports - Juggling - Floorball / unihockey TEMA - Dibujos - Fabricación de pelotas de malabares - Juegos de pelotas - Cuestionario TAREAS - Realizar una acción motriz con las manos con unos implementos como los pompones incrementando la dificultad en el número de los mismos y en la velocidad de ejecución y posición. El alumno deberá demostrar que posee una buena coordinación óculo- manual - Realizar la acción técnica del golpeo del stick, conducción del mismo y finta en el deporte recreativo del unihockey. El alumnado deberá de demostrar que selecciona y aplica la técnica correcta a la vez que desarrollamos la capacidad de observación hacia el compañero - Juego del floorball en ataque o defensa. El alumno deberá demostrar situaciones de ataque conserva, avanza y consique la marca con el balón; y en defensa intenta recuperar la pelota, frenar el avance y evitar que los oponentes consigan la marca - Manifestar actitudes de tolerancia y deportividad. Se valorará la capacidad para esforzarse, de responsabilidad CRITERIOS DE EVALUACIÓN - Relacionar los diferentes sistemas orgánicos que intervienen en el ejercicio físico. - Diferenciar los tipos de movimiento articular - Relacionar los tipos huesos, articulaciones, músculos y de fibras musculares - Situar el calentamiento en la sesión, efectos, fases, y propuesta de ejercicios - Valorar la condición física MODELOS DISCURSIVOS CONTENIDOS LINGÜÍSTICOS FUNCIONES: - Dar órdenes sobre posición y movimiento - Expresar contrastes - Corregir posiciones ESTRUCTURAS: - Present simple - Imperative LÉXICO: Alternative sports, Conventional sports, Badminton, Frisbee, Indiaca, creative, ribbons, balloon, sand, Juggling, throwing, sticks, equipment, place, clothes, bend, sweep, weight, rotate, offence, rules - El cuerpo, actividad física y salud II.- Capacidades físicas coordinativas - Atletismo III - Fútbol II - Actividades físicas recreativas. Malabares y unihockey - Baloncesto - Actividades en la naturaleza CONTENIDOS DE CURSO / CICLO
  • 5. 5Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports CONTENTS 1. Alternative Sports 2. Juggling 3. Floorball / Unihockey UNIT 3 Alternative Sports
  • 6. 6 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports 1.Alternative Sports Alternative Sports Give some examples of alternative and conventional sports. Alternative Sports: - - - - - Conventional Sports - - - - - Conventional Sports SHEET 1:    
  • 7. 7Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports 2. Alternative games / Sports - It is important to participate and have fun. - Spend time with other people. - Diverse and varied games. - Age, gender and physical condition are not important. - Rules can change, creativity. Alternative games or sports are completely or partially invented sports which have no national federation. Sometimes they are just variations of a previously existing game. Remember: a game can be considered alternative in a certain place or time and not in another; BADMINTON is a clear example. Sometimes the alternative is the object or equipment used: Frisbee Indiaca Can you think of any other alternative sports or games?
  • 8. 8 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports Can you think of any other alternative sports or games? Is badminton an Alternative Sport? SHEET 2:   A) Sometimes. B) No, because badminton has a National Federation. Badminton! But has badminton got a National Federation? Sometimes they are just variations on a previously existing game.
  • 9. 9Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports         SHEET 3: DESCRIBE the pictures. DRAW pictures for Batchi Ball and Kinball. THE MOST FAMOUS ALTERNATIVE SPORTS: BATCHI BALL KINBALLFRISBIE BADMINTON UNIHOCKEY OR FLOORBALL JUGGLING ALTERNATIVE SPORTS
  • 10. 10 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET4: Match the photos and the names 3. JUGGLING 1) DIABOLO..................... 2) DEVIL STICKS............ 3) RIBBONS.................... 4) CHINESE PLATES...... 5) JUGGLING BALLS...... 6) HOOPS........................ A) B) C) D) E) F)  
  • 11. 11Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET 5: MAKING JUGGLING BALLS you need some balloons, scissors, a small bottle, and something to fill the balls (eg rice, birdseed or sand). REPEAT WITH OTHER BALLOONS AND YOU WILL HAVE YOUR JUGGLING BALLS! Making juggling balls Inflate the first balloon and fill it with the contents of the bottle Close off the opening to the balloon and put it inside another balloon. Fill the bottle with your filling   COMPLETE THIS TABLE HAVE YOU GOT ALL THE MATERIALS Was it difficult to make your JUGGLING BALLS? Are your JUGGLING BALLS equal sizes? YOU Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No YOUR PARTNER Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No
  • 12. 12 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET 6: REMEMBER: Juggling is a game where we throw small objects in the air, catch them and throw them up again without letting them drop the most famous jugglers are the “pompones” Practice these exercises Listen to your teacher and practice. Complete this table after 1 month. How many times? Can you throw two balls with one hand? Yes / No Can you throw two balls with two hands? Yes / No Can you throw three balls with two hands? Yes / No
  • 13. 13Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET 7: How to be a good juggler t (true) or f (false) ? You don’t need to practice. T or F Juggling involves throwing objects to different heights, catching them and throwing them up again without letting them fall to the ground. T or F Concentration is very important. T or F A juggler works in different positions. T or F You can juggle on your own or with different people. T or F Don’t keep your arms close to your body at 90º T or F It’s important to start with a little and then work your way up. T or F You don’t need motivation, it’s very easy. T or F
  • 14. 14 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports 3. FLOORBALL / UNIHOCKEY   Let’s see a bit of history. Floorball comes from Scandinavia In the 19th century there was a similar game in Sweden. Its name was innebandy. Floorball or uni-hockey is similar to Bandy, considered the predecessor of ice hockey. Floorball is sometimes compared to ice hockey without the ice skates, but there are considerable differences in the rules. In Switzerland, floorball is commonly considered to be a kind of hockey. The big difference between the two is that the rules of floorball do not allow any high sticking, stick contact or body contact, so the game tends to be less physical than Floor Hockey and more skill oriented and fast paced.  
  • 15. 15Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL: Nº OF PLAYERS: two teams of 6 players (5 field players and a goalkeeper) Composite sticks with a plastic vented blade. The sticks are made of plastic or carbon and a bit over 1 metre long. The shaft is no longer than 99 cm and a blade of a different kind of plastic is attached to its end. Light plastic ball. 72 mm in diameter, has a maximum weight of 23 grams, and has 26 holes in it. PLACE: The playing field is 40x20 metres The goal cages are 1.60 x 1.15 m and 65 cm deep, i.e. 160 cm high x 115 cm wide. CLOTHES: - The goalie wears special equipment. Their trousers are long and padded. The goalie is allowed to wear gloves and a helmet to protect their face. The goalie does not have a stick. - The field players wear shorts, a shirt, socks and indoor sport shoes. They are allowed shin guards. DURATION: The game consists of 3 x 20 minutes, with two 10-minute intermissions between periods when the teams change sides.
  • 16. 16 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET 8: Complete the sentences about floorball (unihockey) - Floorball comes from __________ - The ball is made of ________ - Floorball does not allow for any________ sticking, stick______ or body_____, so the game tends to be____ _______. - The playing field is ____ x _____ - The game consists of___ x___ minutes, with two__- minute intermissions between periods. - The sticks are made of ______ or ______ and are a bit over 1 metre long - There are _____ players (___ field players and___goalkeeper.)
  • 17. 17Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports   SHEET 9: A FEW TIPS Listen to your teacher and make notes about a few technical tips. Compare your notes with a partner. OBSERVATION CHECK-LIST FOR FLOORBALL NAME:__________________________________________ Group:______ Student observed:_________________________________ 1. Move your stronger arm to power up the shot Yes / No 3. Put all your weight on the back leg Yes / No 4. Sweep the stick foward towards the goal while moving your weight onto your front foot Yes / No 2. Point your forward leg towards the goal and bend your knee. Yes / No 6. Stick blade always on the floor Yes / No 5. Rotate your wrist so that the ball zooms off the blade Yes / No
  • 18. 18 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SHEET 10: You will hear a woman talking about FLOORBALL OFFENCE. Use these words to fill the gaps: body, creativity, goals, pass, fast, responsibility, play, the field, ball, defenders, forwards, deep, middle zone, shot, team, receive Definition - Offence is when we have the ______. - There are certain systems but offence is mainly _________ and improvisation. Basic rules - The ultimate purpose of the game is to score _______. - We will shoot into the goal as often as possible (only real shots; misses don’t count). - We want to score (if a teammate is in a better scoring position, we pass). - Offence is everybody’s __________. - Compact team ______. - The ball is faster than the fastest player (passing) – so ______ the ball! - We can only score when we have the ball and as long as we have the ball, nobody else can score. - We use the entire length and width of _______. - Passing should be ______ and low / avoid blind passing. - In a 1 –1 situation I use my ______ to control the ball. - After a pass, move to a position where you can ________ a pass again. - Remember that you can play the ball back to our ________. The ideal offence Quickly advance through the midfield by pushing the other team back with our defenders or by dragging them back with our forwards. No duels in the ____________ (danger of fast breaks). Carry the ball ______ into the other half and then initiate a smart move to score. Fast break rules Quickly move towards the other goal, try to establish a powerplay situation 3:2 or 2:1 (use crossing and blocking) and go for a simple but effective ______ on goal. In a 3:2 situation the last player should not ______ the ball (if this is the initial situation play a pass). From a 3:2 situation try to establish a 2:1 situation. All other players (usually defenders) from the ______ close the gap to support the attack. FLOORBALL OFFENCE
  • 19. 19Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports You will hear a woman talking about FLOORBALL DEFENCE. For question 9 complete the sentences with these words: wins, players, communication, watch, superiority, opponents, against, zone, slot, outside. FLOORBALL DEFENCE Definition - Defence is when we don’t have the ball. - Remember… “offence sells tickets – _______ wins games”...!!! Basic rules - Defence is everybody’s responsibility. - Compact team play. - ________ in dangerous positions are closely marked, otherwise we just keep an eye on them. - ____________ from behind (keeper, defence, offence), we talk to each other. - We need our forwards for defence (sometimes deep into our own half). - Close to the ball we always try to be in numerical superiority (double). - Our opponents are never in numerical __________ in front of our goal. - Our position is between our direct opponent and our own goal. - ______ the ball, the stick and the player not only the player. - No space / no time for (ballkeeping) __________. - Stick against stick, body against body. - We show the reaching area of our sticks as late as possible. Team tactics - We play a flexible player orientated 2:1:2 zone defence (every player is responsible for a certain _____ and the player within this zone); no close marking over the entire field, you can hand-over players, you can leave your zone. - Never let yourself be outrun by the opponent with the ball (gain speed before your attack and “push” them to a safe zone (zones close to the rink, away from our slot). - We ultimately defend the _____ and allow no shots on goal from this area (blocking). - We try to force our opponents into a certain direction (from the middle to the ______ ) by attacking with the stick from the middle (not body – danger of outrun). - Uncontrolled balls in front of our goal are played out___________ (stick, foot, …). Individual tactics - I always know where the ball is and where my direct opponent is. - In a 1 –1 situation I use my ______ to defend the ball (turn around and cover the ball). - I defend according to the ______ (I don’t use my hands, I use my upper body). - My stick ______ is always on the floor.
  • 20. 20 Material AICLE. 3º de E.S.O.: Alternative Sports SELF ASSESSMENT Read and tick ✓ where appropriate YES NOT YET NOT SURE I can recognize spoken and written words and expressions related to the content of the lesson. I can report information from this unit both orally and in writing. I can talk about different aspects of this unit providing my own opinion or views. I can speak about some of the relevant themes in the unit. I can write and do projects about the topics in the unit.