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Drew Sommer and Brian Dunn

Sport Education Project


Team Handball
PHED 239-Module 4: High School
Dr. Mangano
Springfield College
10/15/2012

Table of Contents
SEASON: pgs. 2-4
3- Basic Season information/Equipment
4- Facilities
AFFILIATION: pgs. 5-17
5- Teams/Selection information
6-7- Student Descriptions
8-17- Student Roles/Responsibility
FORMAL COMPETITION: pgs. 18-33
18-Season Objectives
19-22- Block Plan/Season outline
23-24- Round-Robin Tournament
25-28- Modified Games
29- Competition Assessment
30-31-Team Handball Rules and Regulations
32-33- Cognitive Assessment
CUMINATING EVENT: pgs. 33-36
33- Skills Challenge Tasks
34-35- Skills Challenge Results
36- Awards
RECORD KEEPING & STATISTICS: pgs. 37-39
37- Team and Personal Statistics
38- Final Standings
39- Newspaper Article
FESTIVITY: pgs. 40
40- Team Names/Color
CLASS MANAGEMENT & BEHAVIOR
40-41- Fair Play Statement
42-43- Fair Play Assessment
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REFERENCES: pg. 44

Basic Season Information


Sport:
Team Handball
Length of Season:
20 days
Class meets twice per week for 50 minutes per class
Season lasts 10 weeks
Class Size:
30 students 16 male, 14 female

Equipment
(5) Blue Jerseys
(5) Red Jerseys
(5) Yellow Jerseys
(5) Green Jerseys
(5) Orange Jerseys
(30) Handballs
(4) Handball Goals
(50) Cones
(30) Pencils
(30) Quizzes
(2) Portable Scoreboards
(3) Whistles

Space Available
(1) Regulation Handball court

Selection Method
Teams for this unit will be independently chosen by the teacher. There are a number of
factors that will be considered when selecting the teams. Some of those factors are: skill
level/fitness level, number of absences, and social factors (leaders/followers and students that
do not get along with each other). When selecting these teams friendship does not come into
play. It does not become a factor because the students should be able to come out of their
shells and meet new people in the class. Also, when putting the teams together based on the
students skill levels, the league will stay competitive. By selecting the teams the teacher will be
able to spilt up the students who are often absent so that if those students do not show up,
they will not all be on one team. Finally, each teams coach is one of the leaders in the class. On
each team, the teacher will try to have students that fulfill all the roles needed for that given
team, as well as spilt the students who do not get along to avoid confrontation. The class will be
spilt up into five teams of six students. By doing this, during the regular season, one team will
be available to keep track of statistics, scores, and will be able to referee the game.

Students
Males:
Kevin Very skilled, leader, good attitude, rarely absent, friends with Andrew
Ben Average skilled, sometimes absent, quite, friends with Peter
Huston Lazy, very skilled, absent, smart, friends with Logan
Andrew Very skilled, leader, excellent fitness level, plays to win, rarely absent, friends with
Evan
Richie Outgoing, friendly, above average skilled, friends with Brian
Evan Happy, outgoing, above average fitness level, loyal, friends with Kevin
Peter Organized, low fitness level, never absent, friends with Sam
Zach Very skilled, happy, class clown, sometimes absent, friends with David
Sam Hard worker, excellent fitness level, friendly, never absent, friends with James
James Creative, average skilled, funny, rarely absent, friends with Logan
Logan Lazy, bad attitude, average skilled, friend with James
Daniel Quite, hard worker, moderate skill level, friends with Tyler
Tyler Above average skill level, follower, nice, absent on religious holidays, friends with Ben
Brian Above average skill, organized, outgoing, rarely absent, friends with Richie
John Unskilled, talks back, frequently absent, friends with Huston
David Leads the group, very skilled, determined, friends with Kevin
Females:
Mia Very high skill level, positive attitude, leader, friends with Tess
Stephanie Social butterfly, friendly, follower, mediocre skill level, friends with Mia
Kelsey Hard worker, very high skill level, leader, rarely absent, friends with Mia
Allegra Shy, follower, poorly skill, often absent, friends with Jess
Morgan Good attitude, low skill level, rarely absent, friends with Lauren
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Jess Passive, follower, occasionally absent, quite, above average skill level, friends with
Megan
Ashley Always argues with Stephanie, average skill, poor attitude, Megan
Megan Socially uncomfortable, rarely absent, follower, friends with Jess
Lauren Loves to aggravate the teacher, above average skill, leader, friends with Morgan
Brooke Low skill level, follower, often absent, cant stand to be around Mia, friends with
Allegra
Sarah Friendly, follower, average skill level, friends with Megan
Victoria Social butterfly, leader, above average skill, loves to aggravate teacher, friends with
Kelsey
Tess Always argues with Brooke, above average skill, friendly, friends with Sarah
Sofia Good attitude, high fitness level, outgoing, leader, friends with Mia

Student Roles
Team #1
Team #2

Godly Gophers

Stealthy Serpents

Coach: Kevin

Coach: Mia

Manager: Stephanie

Manager: Brian

Statistician: Jess

Statistician: Ben

Publicist: Zach

Publicist: Lauren

Scorekeeper: Allegra
Fitness Specialist:

Scorekeeper: Ashley
Team #3

Fitness Specialist: Huston

Poppin Penguins
Coach: Andrew
Manager: Sofia
Statistician: Tess
Publicist: Evan
Scorekeeper: Richie
Fitness Specialist:

Team #4

Team #5

Destroyin Dragons

Avenging Anteaters

Coach: Kelsey

Coach: David

Manager: Sam

Manager: Peter

Statistician: Daniel

Statistician: Sarah

Publicist: Victoria

Publicist: Logan

Scorekeeper: Brooke

Scorekeeper: Megan

Fitness Specialist: James

Fitness Specialist: John

Coach
Role Each team was assigned a coach. The coach is the captain or leader on the team. The
coach possesses leadership ability and can motivate their other classmates. The coach will lead
drills in practice and will encourage the other students to play hard/fair in all competitions.
Tasks/Duties:

Leadership abilities
Be respectful to all players/opponents and teacher
Lead by example and show the team what is expected of them
Come to class prepared with drills and ready to play
Be the team spokesperson in case of disputes (one voice from the team)
Good relationship with all teammates/classmates

Skills/Knowledge Needed:

Completely know the rules of team handball


Leadership skills
Good communication and conflict resolution skills
Be able to demonstrate and perform the skills involved in team handball

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Duty Team
Role- The duty team will not be playing at one time during the season and during the final tournament.
Their responsibility when they arent playing is to manage the duties of the referee, stat keeper, and
score/time keeper, and cameraman.

Duties:

Referee: the referee will officiate games. They will call fouls, out of bounds, travels, etc.
Stat Keeper: The stat keeper will be responsible for keeping all of the stats that are associated in
the game of team handball. These stats can include goals scored, assists, shot percentage for
each player, punishments, and the final score. After the game has been completed, the stat
keeper must finalize and hand stat sheet into the teams statistician.
Score/Time Keeper: The scorekeeper will be responsible for operating the scoreboard during
game play. They also need to keep track of the time and the lengths of each half. They need to
be sure that the players on the court are aware of the time remaining for that half.

Skill/Knowledge

Referee: the referee needs to have the knowledge of all the rules associated with the sport of
team handball. They will need to know how to react to certain fouls. Some may be just simple
fouls, some may require a yellow card, and some may need a red card, which constitutes an
ejection.
Stat Keeper: the stat keeper will need to be able to work quickly to record stats for each player
on the court. They will have to have a basic knowledge of the game to be able to record shots,
assists, goals, etc. They must be able to calculate the percentages for shots upon completion of
the match.
Score/Time Keeper: the scorekeeper will need to know how to use the scoreboard they are
given to record when goals are scored. Also, they need to know the length of each half and be
able to operate the clock. He or she should be aware of a stoppage in the clock when a foul is
committed or a goal is scored.

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Duty Team Rotation

Game 1:
Destroyin
Dragons

Game 5:
Avenging
Anteaters

Game 4:
Godly
Gophers

Game 2:
Stealthy
Serpents

Game 3:
Poppin
Penguins

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Player
Role: Every student in the class will perform the role of the player. With the presence of the duty team,
this allows players to focus all on the game so they can help their team to the best of their ability.

Responsibilities:

Give a good effort when learning skills and tactics to improve the team play
Respect all opponents and officials
Give 100% effort in all games and practices
Play fairly during every game
Come to each class with all materials necessary to play

Skills & Knowledge Needed:

Students must have the knowledge of all the rule of team handball
Students should be able to perform the basic skills that are necessary to play team handball

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Publicist
Role- The publicist is responsible for making the class and school aware of the results of games that
were played. They must consult the teams statistician and coach to find out stats for the games and
how certain players performed.

Duties:

Create a newspaper article for each game


Distribute the newspaper article to the class and school
Post articles in various locations around the school
Consult to teams statisticians and coaches after game has been completed

Skills & Knowledge Needed

Be able to create an article on a computer


Use creative writing to make article stand out to readers
Basic knowledge of stats being recorded for the game of team handball

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Equipment Manager
Role- The equipment manager will be responsible for all the equipment needed for their team to
practice and play games. This student needs to have the court set up and ready before each game is
scheduled to start.

Duties:

Make sure all teams are equipped with proper equipment prior to games
Set up field with proper equipment prior to game play and skills challenge
Make sure all players have proper jerseys
Collect and return equipment to proper locations after practices and games
Inform teacher if any equipment is lost or damaged

Skill & Knowledge Needed:

Need to have good organizational skills


Know number of players on team to distribute equipment
Keep a list of equipment necessary for play that day

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Fitness Specialist
Role: This student is responsible for making sure his or her team is properly warmed up for each practice
and competition. They need to show leadership skills when leading teams through warm-ups and cool
downs.

Duties:

Lead team through warm-ups and cool downs


Create a fitness schedule for each team
Show leaderships skills when leading teams through warm-ups and cool downs
Make sure all students are warmed up prior to contests and practices

Skills & Knowledge Needed:

Come to each practice with a fitness schedule prepared


Have a basic knowledge of muscle groups and how to stretch each muscles
Use a variety of static and dynamic stretches

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Statistician
Role This student will keep track of the stats for the team and players on their team. After the
game they will collect the stats that the duty team took during the game. They will collect and
keep the stats for the entire season.
Tasks/Duties:

Keep the stats for individual players


Keep a record of all the stats throughout the season
Record stats after the game (from the duty team) so that they do not misplace
the information
Turn in the stats and records to the publicist
Calculate the averages for the team (goals per game, saves per game,
interceptions per game, etc)
Keep the stats for all games

Skills/Knowledge Needed:

Know the stats record for team handball


Good math/communication skills
Be organized
Know the all team members/classmates to be able to record the right stats

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Manager
Roles: The manager keeps the team organized. They must have good organizational and
communication skills. The manager must make sure all the students know where to go and
when the team events are. The manger also makes sure all the students are doing their
assigned jobs during every practice, especially when they are the duty team.
Tasks/Duties:

Keep/Post the assigned schedule for all games/practices


Make sure everyone is doing their assigned job when they are the duty team
Help classmates get to where they need to go at the right time
Make sure all the team members have up to date and accurate information
Know what time and field their team is playing on

Skills/Knowledge Needed:

Organized
Good communication skills
Always in class
Know what the class is going to do every day

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Objectives for the Season:


(P): The students will be able to demonstrate the basic fundamental skills and strategies of
team handball to be performed in drills, practice, modified game play, and tournament play
(NASPE # 2 ; MA CF # 2.17, Entire Season)

(A): The students will be able to explain the game, its concepts, and how to perform the skills
during class (NASPE # 1; MA CF # 2.21 , Cognitive Assessment)

(C): The students will be able to demonstrate: teamwork, cooperation, and respect (NASPE # 7;
MA CF # 2.26, Entire Season)

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Team Handball Season Block Plan


Class Context

Class: 12th Grade; 16 boys/14 girls; class duration 50 min.; meets 2 days p. week; 20 classes
total; class has completed 3 previous sport education seasons.

Activity: Team Handball: Indoors; 2 courts

Equipment: 30 Team Handball Balls, Team Jerseys, 4 Goals, 50 Cones, Portable Scoreboard,
Stop Watch

Team format: 5 teams of 6 players each

Competition format: Round Robin Format

Duty Team Roles: Referee, Stat Keeper, Score Keeper, Time Keeper

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Class Activities
Day
1

Introduce Team Handball Dribbling


Give students enough time to practice and assess own skills.
Choose team leaders
Students will perform drills dribbling through cones with an allotted time

Teacher will form teams based on student skill level and will inform class of the teams
Introduce the idea of team handball tournament
Describe each role of team
Explain role of duty team
Rules and Strategies are explained
Practice schedule to be formed
Conduct team practice on various courts

Practice passing skills. Pass using various distances, speeds, and methods of passing.
Use the 4 different methods of passing
Team leaders will assess skill level of each player
Teams meet and decide jersey designs and team colors

Team leaders will assign roles to team


Teams will practice shooting for a set time
Teams meet and talk about strategies to use during game play
Practice of strategies

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Explain Duty Team responsibilities.


Officiating and scoring expectations explained and demod.
Modified Game- Pinpoint Accuracy

Skill practice at home courts.


Small sided game- 3 v 3 within team. One team performs duty team to learn the roles
Fitness Specialist leads team through 10 minute fitness session

Team Scrimmages take place- duty team performs roles


Modified Game- Hot Potato

Practice of defensive strategies


Practice using 1 v 1 and 2 v 2 defense. Students rotate in and out
Offensive strategy practice continued

Team Scrimmages- Games consist of one 10 minute game


1v2
3v4
5: Duty
Practice of defensive strategies

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Team Scrimmages
5v1

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2v3
4: Duty
Practice of offensive strategies
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Coach led practice


Teams will practice their roles to be prepared for competition (equipment managers
set up field, statistician creates stat sheet, etc.)

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Introduction of Round Robin Tournament- Rules & Procedures explained


Game 1 of tournament begins

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Game 2 of tournament

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Game 3 of tournament

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Game 4 of tournament

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Game 5 of tournament

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Game 6 of tournament

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Skills competition explained


Teams practice skills competition on designated courts

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Cognitive Assessment
Continued Practice of Skills Competition Practices

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Team Handball Skills Competition


Awards Ceremony

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Round-Robin Tournament Schedule

Field A

Field B

GAME 1

Duty:

GAME 3
Home

Away

FIELD

Home

Away

FIELD

Penguins

Anteaters

Dragons

Serpents

Serpents

Gophers

Anteaters

Gophers

Dragons

Duty:

Penguins
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GAME 2

Duty:

GAME 4
Home

Away

FIELD

Home

Away

FIELD

Gophers

Penguins

Penguins

Dragons

Anteaters

Dragons

Serpents

Anteaters

Serpents

Duty:

Gophers

GAME 5
Home

Away

Field

Serpents

Penguins

Dragons

Gophers

Duty:
Anteaters
ROUND-ROBIN TOURNAMENT RULES:

Teams will play 6 v 6 games with no substitutions.


If players are absent the opposing team can play with a sub or at full strength (1 player
advantage)
Games will be 18 minutes and there will be a two minute halftime for a breather and for
position changes.
Normal rules of team handball apply concerning fouls, restarts, scoring, etc.

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Modified Games
PIN POINT ACCURACY

5 v 5 on both ends of court


o
o

Teams will be divided by teacher before class


One team will be given pinnies

Played on Basketball Court that is indoors

Equipment

o 1 Nerf Ball or Gator Ball would be best appropriate for activity for each group
o Bowling Pins
Scoring
o

Knocking down opposing teams pins results in one point

Objectives
o
o

Accuracy
Communication
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Work Together as a team

(P) Practice shots on pins by using the skill cues for shooting a handball with 100% accuracy.
(NASPE 2.17, MACF 2, Entire Lesson)

(C) Identify skill cues for shooting handball with 100% accuracy when asked. (NASPE 2.17, MACF
7, Informing)

(A) Work successfully as a team using communication. ( NASPE 2.27, MACF 7, Entire Lesson)

Rules
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Safety
o
o
o
o
o
o

Players on defense must play between the center court and three point line
The offense is allowed to cross the center court line and take a shot from as close as the
three point line
Players are allowed to shoot ball over opponents three point line as long as shooter has
released ball before he/she lands.
Players are allowed up to 3 steps then must pass or shoot
First team to knock down all the opposing teams pins wins
Two 10 minute halves
Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine who receives ball first. Opposing team will receive
ball at start of second half which will be thrown in from sideline.
If ball is dropped, it is a turnover
Game ends when all pins are knocked down or time ends

Eyes on the ball


Head up
Player safe ball (nerf or gator skin)
No contact with opposing players
Be aware of surroundings
Must give 3 foot distance from ball possessor

Diagram

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Extensions
o Up

Only three pins, lined up on the left corner of bass line, right corner of bass line,
and in the middle of the bass line

Down
More Balls, More Pins
References
o 1925, and again in 1932... Team Handball Study Guide Mr. Caldwells PE Program.
Mr. Caldwells PE Program. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Sept. 2012. <http://caldwellpe.com/teamhandball-study-guide>.

HOT POTATO

4 v 4 each team and opposition will be separated into a designated area of the gym
o
o

Teams will be divided by first name A-K and L-Z


One team will be given pinnies

Played on Basketball Court that is indoors

Equipment
o
o

Nerf Ball or Gator Ball would be best appropriate for activity


12 cones
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Scoring

o 5 Passes in a row is a point


o Each intercepted ball is point for opposing team
Objectives
o
o

Passing
Keep Away

(P) Practice passing by using the skill cues for passing a handball with 100% accuracy. (NASPE
2.17, MACF 2, Entire Lesson)

(C) Identify skill cues for passing handball with 100% accuracy when asked. (NASPE 2.17, MACF
7, Informing)

(A) Work successfully as a team using communication. ( NASPE 2.27, MACF 7, Entire Lesson)

Rules
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Safety
o
o
o
o

Players may only contact ball from above knees


No Goalies
Two 10 minute halves
Rock Paper Scissors to determine who receives ball first. Opposing team will receive ball
at start of second half.
If ball is dropped, it is a turnover
If Ball goes out of bounds, it is a turnover
Ball must be passed under 3 seconds
5 passes in a row is a point

Eyes on the ball


Head up
Player safe ball (nerf or gator skin)
Be aware of surroundings

Diagrams

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Extension
o Up
10 passes consecutively is one point
o Down
5 seconds instead of 3
References
o "Blog: Handball and Keep Away." Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Sept. 2012.
<http://clizee.blogspot.com/2010/11/handball-and-keep-away.html>.

Competition Assessment

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This card is to be filled out after each competition by every player.


4- All of the time during competition.
3- Most of the time during competition.
2- Some of the time during competition.
1- None of the time during competition.

I played my hardest ____


I put forth my best effort ____
I respected all involved in the game (referees, opponents) ____
I supported my team mates ____
NAME: _______________ TEAM: _______________ DATE ___________

Rules of Team Handball


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The Playing Court: No one except the goalie is allowed to stand in the goal area. The goal
opening is 2 meters by 3 meters. Players may jump into the area if the ball is released before
landing in the area.
The Ball:
Number of Players: There are six players on each team (5 court players and one goalie).
Substitutes may enter the game at any time through own substitution area as long as the player
they are replacing has left the court.
Uniform of the Players: Jerseys are the same color among each team. The goalkeeper must
wear a different color shirt from teammates and opponents. No jewelry is allowed.
Referees: There will be one referee. They have complete authority: Their decisions are final.
The referees are assisted by a scorer keeper.
Duration of the Game: There will be 2- 15 minute halves, with a 2 minute halftime. This is
running time except for injury or one team time-out per half. The game ends in a tie unless the
game demands a winner (championship game). In the championship game there will 2- 5
minute overtime periods. If the score remains tied at the end of the overtime, there will be a
shot-out to determine the winner. Each team will get three shots.
Throw-Off: A throw-off is taken by the team that wins the coin toss and chooses to start the
game with the ball. Each team must be in its own half of the court with the defense 3 yards
away from the ball. Following a whistle, the ball is passed from center court to a teammate and
play begins. Throw-off is repeated after every goal scored and after half-time.
Scoring: A goal is scored when the entire ball crosses the goal line inside the goal. A goal may
be scored from any throw (free-throw, throw-in, throw-off, goal-throw).
Playing The Ball
A player is allowed . . . -To run with the ball for 3 steps -To hold the ball for 3 seconds Unlimited dribble with 3 steps allowed before and after dribbling (no double-dribble).
A player is NOT allowed . . .

To endanger an opponent with the ball.


To pull, hit or punch the ball out of the hands of an opponent.
To contact the ball below the knee.
To dive on the floor for a rolling or stationary ball.

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Defending the Opponent: A player is allowed to obstruct an opponent with or without the ball
but you cannot touch the opposition. The attacking player is not allowed to charge into a
defensive player.
Throw-In: A throw-in is awarded when ball goes out of bounds on the sideline or when the ball
is last touched by a defensive player (excluding the goalie) and goes out of bounds over the end
line. The throw-in is taken from the spot where the ball crossed the sideline, or if it crossed the
end line, from the nearest corner. The thrower must place one foot on the sideline to execute
the throw. All opposing players must stay 3 yards away from the ball.
Free Throw: A free throw is awarded when . . . It is taken from the exact spot of the foul

A minor foul takes place


A defensive player kicks/hits the ball below the knees
Running into, hitting, or holding the opposition
A foul destroys a clear chance to score
An infringement the referee deems appropriate for a foul
A defensive player enters his or her goal area to gain an advantage over an attacking
player in possession of the ball.

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Cognitive Assessment
1. How many steps is a player allowed to take with the ball?
a. 4
b. As many as he or she wants
c. 3
d. 1
2. How long is a player allowed to hold the ball?
a. 3 seconds
b. 5 seconds
c. 10 seconds
d. None of the above
3. In a regular team handball game, how many players are on one team?
a. 10
b. 11
c. 7
d. 8
4. What is the arc area in front of the goal called?
a. Half Circle
b. Crease
c. Three Point Line
d. None of the Above
5. A major foul results in a:
a. Penalty Shot
b. Throw In
c. Jump Ball
d. Free Throw
6. The goalie is eligible to become a court player T/F
7. Players are allowed to shoot from inside the crease T/F
8. Common offensive plays include handoffs, picks, and screens T/F
9. A ball that partially crosses the plane is considered a goal T/F
10. If the goal keeper carries the ball out of the circle, a free throw is awarded to the opposing team
T/F

Short Answer:
List the 4 different types of passes used in team handball

When are players allowed to jump into the crease?

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Skills Challenge
Speed Passing:
Teams of 6 will stand apart from one another and pass the handball between them,
seeing how many completed passes they get in 2 minutes. If the ball is dropped it may be
picked up but the team has to start over with their counting. For example, if the team has 25
passes then drops the ball They have to restart there counting. The faster the passes the more
catches they should have. At the end of the 2 minutes the most consecutive passes theyve
made is their score.

Speed Dribbling:
For speed dribbling, each player on each team will dribbling (weave) in and out of the
cones as quickly as they can. There will be 25 cones randomly placed throughout the court and
the students will have to get from number 1 to number 25 (in order) while maintaining a
constant dribble. The students will get a score based on how quickly they travel through all of
the cones. Points system: The players points will be combined with the other members on their
team to have a total teams score at the end.
Under 30 seconds 5 points
Between 30-40 seconds 4 points
Between 40-50 seconds 3 points
Between 50-60 seconds 2 points
Between 60 seconds and above 1 points
Finish Line

START
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Shooting Accuracy:
The team handball goal will be split up into 6 different sections. Each section will have a
different amount of points assigned to it (based on the difficulty of the shot). Every player on
each team gets 3 shots and their points are added together (to the teams total points).

5
3

1
2

5
3

Skills Challenge Results

TEAM

Timed Passing

Shooting Accuracy

Speed Dribbling

47 passes (2nd)

61 (3 )

4th place

52 passes (1st)

72 (1st)

2nd place

Godly Gophers
Team Score:

rd

Stealthy Serpents
Team Score:
Poppin Penguins
Team Score:

40 passes (3 )

63 (2 )

3rd place

37 passes (4th)

53 (5th)

5th place

34 passes (5th)

60 (4th)

3rd Place

rd

nd

Destoryin Dragons
Team Score:
Avenging Anteaters

Team Score:

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Scoring:
1 5 points
2 4 points
3 3 points
4th 2 points
5th 1 point
st

nd
rd

Final Skills Challenge Results

Stealthy Serpents 14 points


Poppin Penguins 11 points
Godly Gophers 9 points
Destroyin Dragons 4 points
Avenging Anteaters 9 points

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Awards
Improvement Award: This goes to the student who has showed dedication to their team and had the
desire to improve their skills throughout the season
Winner: Daniel

Sportsmanship: This award goes to the student who has shown respect to the opponent and officials
throughout the entire season.
Winner: Megan

Overall Champion: This award goes to the team that had won the round robin tournament and won the
championship game in the final day of the tournament.
Winner: Poppin Penguins

Skills Challenge Champion: This award goes to the team with the most points accumulated after the
skills challenge
Winner: Stealthy Serpents

Most Goals Scored: This award goes to the student who scored the most goals during the season
Winner: Kevin

Least Goals Allowed: This award goes to the team that allowed the fewest amount of goals during the
length of the season
Winner: Destroying Giants

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Statistics
Team

Player

Goals

Shots on Goal

Saves

Shot %

Godly Gophers
Kevin

17

45

12

37%

Stephanie

23

23

17%

Jess

29

11

20%

Zach

11

34

45

32%

27

12

58%

13

23

33

57%

58

181

136

Mia

20

14

10%

Brian

14

33

22

42%

Ben

12

29

34

41%

Lauren

18

12

27%

Ashley

28

20

32%

Huston

31

19

23%

49

159

121

Allegra
Tyler
Team Totals:
Stealthy Serpents

Team Totals:
Poppin' Penguins

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Andrew

45

100%

Sofia

10

18

12

56%

Tess

12

24

50%

Evan

12

34

35%

Richie

15

30

50%

Peter

22

17

18%

56

131

91

25

23

24%

Sam

12

23

12

52%

Daniel

11

23

19

48%

Victoria

12

32

75%

Brooke

12

34

29

35%

James

10

23

21

43%

60

140

136

David

12

23

32

52%

Peter

13

24

22

54%

Sarah

13

33

12

39%

Logan

34

10

15%

Megan

11

32

18

34%

12

29

17%

Team Totals:
Destroyin' Dragons
Kelsey

Team Totals:
Avenging Anteaters

John

40

Team Totals:

56

158

123

Final Standings
Team

Wins (3 pts)

Losses (0 pts)

Ties (1 pt)

Total Pts

1. Poppin
Penguins

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2. Stealthy
Serpents

3. Godly Gophers

4. Avenging
Anteaters

5. Destroyin
Dragons

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Ultimate Team Handball League


TEAMS:
JESREY COLOR:
#1
Godly Gophers
Maroon

#2
Stealthy Serpents
Yellow

#3
Poppin Penguins
White

#4
Destroyin Dragons
Green

#5
Avenging Anteaters
Blue

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Goals of Fair Play


Students must show respect to all opponents and officials. Students shouldnt let their feelings get
the best of them. If a conflict is to arise, students should handle the matter in a mature and
respectful manner.
Give 100% effort. Sports are more fun for everyone when everyone is giving a full effort. It will
also help develop basic skills in the sport being played. The sport education model is at its best
when every role is being performed at the top level possible.
Be enthusiastic. It will be more fun for everyone around if students show a want to be involved in
class. Participate fully with all your effort.
Be helpful. If a student is struggling with a certain skill, dont be disrespectful. Help them out.
Its your team too. You will benefit by improving your teammates skills as well.

Fair Play Code of Conduct


Be Respectful
Support your team in a positive way
Control your own behavior
Respect what other students think
No arguing with officials or score keepers
Give 100% Effort

Give all your effort in both games and practices


Even when not a player, make other students experience better by performing duty
tasks properly and fully
Enthusiasm is key
Be Enthusiastic
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Show that your want to be there


Be on time to class, and dont stray off task
Get other students involved

Team Name

Respect of
Players

Respect of
Officials

Participation

On
Time/Proper
Attire

Follow Rules
&
Regulations

Be helpful

Even when students make mistakes, remain positive.


Have a good attitude towards others
Support teammates in a positive way
Respect everyone involved

Fair Play Assessment

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Poppin
Penguins
Godly
Gophers
Destroyin
Dragons
Avenging
Anteaters
Stealthy
Serpents

Key:
01234-

Never
Rarely
Sometimes
Frequently
Consistently

References
Team Handball Basic Rules. (n.d.). Retrieved October 14, 2012, from Team Handball Basic Rules
website: http://usath.tripod.com/rules.html
International Handball Federation. (2012). Retrieved October 14, 2012, from International
Handball Federation website: http://www.ihf.info/
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