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Bridget Duncan

Sport Education Model- Lacrosse


PHED 239- Module 4: High School
Dr. Mangano
Springfield College
12/5/2016

Table of Contents:
Title Page.....1
Table of Contents....2
Season ........3
Affiliation.........4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Role Cards and Descriptions...9 - 22
Formal Competition....23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
Culminating Event...31, 32, 33, 34, 35
Record Keeping and Stats.36, 37, 38, 39, 40
Festivity.....41, 42, 43, 44, 45
Class Management and Behavior....46, 47
References..48

Season

Sport- Lacrosse
Length of Season- 20 Days
Class Size- (30) students (16 males and 14 females).
Class time- Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 am - 11:50 am
for 10 weeks.
Location of Class- Minnechaug Gymnasium.
- Full activity area: 84 ft Long, 50 ft wide
Equipment Needed for the Season- 30 lacrosse sticks
- 60 tennis balls
- 4 lacrosse goals
- Whistles
- Music/ Speaker
- 5 Clipboards (1 per team)
- 1 Phone per team with the Classdojo app
- White board with markers

Affiliation
Number of Students- 30 ( 16 males, 14 females)
Students:
Below is a table of each student grouped into teams- including their skill level, fitness
level and overall personality.
Skill Level- Pre control, control, utilization or proficiency.
Personality- 1= No enthusiasm, 2= a little enthusiasm,
3= some enthusiasm, 4= always enthusiastic
Falcons

Skill Level

Personality

Keith Richards

Control

John Lennon

Utilization

June Carter

Utilization

Hillary Clinton

Proficiency

John Denver

Pre Control

Bob Dylan

Control

Lions

Skill Level

Personality

John Fogerty

Utilization

Miley Cyrus

Pre Control

George Clooney

Proficiency

Rihanna

Control

Kat Dahlia

Pre control

Bob Marley

Utilization

Eagles

Skill Level

Personality

Sheryl Crow

Utilization

Beyonce

Pre Control

Mick Jagger

Utilization

Bruce Springsteen

Proficiency

Jimi Hendrix

Pre Control

Lana Del Rey

Control

Tigers

Skill Level

Personality

Janis Joplin

Control

Celine Dion

Utilization

Adele

Pre Control

Bradley Nowell

Utilization

Johnny Cash

Proficiency

Elvis Presley

Control

Panthers

Skill Level

Personality

Donald Trump

Pre control

Bob Weir

Control

Barack Obama

Control

Stevie Nicks

Utilization

Michelle Obama

Utilization

Madonna

Control

Method of Selecting Teams: A


t the beginning of the season, the teacher
will have a day of the students doing different activities related to lacrosse.
The teacher will observe and then pick the teams after class. The teams
will be based off of skill levels, fitness levels, gender and personalities to
make sure every team is equal and everyone is comfortable with their
team.

Roles for each Student:

Team Roles
Coaches:
-

Barack Obama
Celine Dion
Jimi Hendrix
Rihanna
John Lennon

Captain:
-

Madonna
Johnny Cash
Bruce Springsteen
Kat Dahlia
June Carter

League Roles
Referees:
-

Bob Marley
Beyonce
Bruce Springsteen

Statistician:
-

Madonna
June Carter

Fitness Specialist:
-

Celine Dion
John Fogerty

Historian:
-

Kat Dahlia

Videographers:
-

Keith Richards
George Clooney
Johnny Cash

Commentators:
-

Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton

Media Relations:
-

Stevie Nicks
Barack Obama
Lana Del Rey

Event Coordinator:
-

John Denver
Bob Dylan
Miley Cyrus
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Schedulers:
-

Bob Weir
Elvis Presley

Score Keepers:
-

Michelle Obama
Bradley Nowell
Adele

Coaches Coordinators:
-

Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
Mick Jagger

Captains Coordinator:
-

Rihanna
John Lennon
Sheryl Crow

Coach

Role Descriptor: The role of the coach is to lead


practices. Make sure that everyone on the team is
cooperating. And also comes up with plays and strategies
for the teams to use during games.
Task/ Duties:
- Learn the rules of the game
- Learn the personalities of each player on the team
- Make a code of conduct for the team to follow
- Learn where each player performs best
- Make plays for the team

Skills and Attributes:


- Good Communication skills
- Understand players
- Be familiar with the team
- Be fair with all players on the team

Captain

Role Descriptor: The role of each teams captain is to


make sure that all players on their team are prepared for
the season everyday, ( Proper shoes, correct color shirt
and a good attitude.)
Task/ Duties:
- Be at every game and practice
- Come prepared for every game and practice
- Reach out to other teammates before each lesson
- Coin toss before games
- Become familiar with the team
- Report to the coach with any problems on the team
Skills and Attributes:
- Be able to work with everyone on the team
- Cooperate with other teams
- Fair play
- Responsibly report to the coach with any problems or
concerns
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Referees
Role Descriptor: The referees are responsible to
ensure that all players are able to perform inside the
boundaries of the game and league rules. Referees
should not be persuaded to favor one team over others.
Task/ Duties:
- Learn the rules of the game
- Call captains together for pregame routines
- Briefly explaining your Calls
- Be fair to every team
- Maintain the flow of each game

Skills/ Attributes:
- Be very familiar with the rules of the game
- Have the ability to focus on the game
- Demonstrate fairness to all players and teams

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Statistician

Role Descriptor: The statistician is responsible for


collecting all data and stats of every player and team, then
being able to record that data to the classes board.

Task/ Duties:
- Collect data after every game
- Make an organized sheet to relay onto the class
board
- Record stats honestly

Skills/ Attributes:
- Good communication skills
- Organization
- Honesty

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Fitness Specialist

Role Descriptor: Make sures everyone stretches before


each class by leading a warm up. Knows why each stretch
is important and how to properly do them incase someone
needs help.

Task/ Duties:
- Come up with a warm up routine before each class
- Know different types of stretches and what muscle
group is being used
- Know how to properly do each stretch

Skills/ Attributes:
- Have knowledge of different stretches
- Be able to help others if they need it
- Know where each muscle group is

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Historian
Role Descriptor: The historian's role is to provide the
class with a fact about lacrosse relating to that date.
Task/ Duties:
- Research historical facts about lacrosse for every day
of class
- Provide the class with the fact during the informing
routine before the class activities

Skills/ Attributes:
- Have access to information about the history of
lacrosse
- Have the responsibility to share the class with factual
info

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Videographers

Role Descriptor: While on duty team the videographers


are responsible for recording the games from different
angles and perspectives. The videographers have to make
a whole collaboration of videos for the end of the season.

Task/ Duties:
- Record the class in playing time as much as possible
- Know how to use a GoPro
- Be able to take the videos and make them into a
collaboration for the end of the semester
Skills/ Attributes:
- Know how to use a Gopro and Gopro studio
- Time management
- Creativity

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Commentators

Role Descriptor: Commentators need to work with the


videographers, the commentators need to commentate the
sport which means they need to know the names of all the
students, the rules of the game and use enthusiasm. They
could also do voice overs the recordings.
Task/ Duties:
- Know all the rules of the sport
- Know all the names of each player
- Have an idea of each players stats
- Work with the videographers

Skills/ Attributes:
- Have knowledge of lacrosse
- Have knowledge of the names of the players
- Know stats
- Provide the video with true facts about the league
- Have fun and use enthusiasm

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Media Relations
Role Descriptor: Media relations role is to make the class
league public to the rest of the school so that the school
can be aware and follow up with how each team is doing.
Task/ Duties:
- Make flyers for the school to be aware of the league
- Have a twitter page to keep followers up to date
- Be able to take photos of events/ games

Skills/ Attributes:
- Be able to get the league known to the school
- Get people to follow the league's twitter page
- Be able to make flyers
- Have access to twitter

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Event Coordinators

Role Descriptor: The Event Coordinator is responsible for


Planning events for the league to get themselves known
by the community. Making sure everyone is involved in the
league during the events.
Task/ Duties:
- Know how to get the league known to the community
- Plan events to bring the community to watch the
league play. ( school wide event)

Skills/ Attributes:
- Good people skills
- Communication skills
- Responsible for league events

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Schedulers

Role Descriptor The Schedulers ne to work together to


make a proper schedule for each week so that each team
plays an equal amount of time, and they decide who is on
duty team. They make schedules for preseason, regular
season and playoffs.

Task/ Duties:
- Create Equal Schedules
- Make sure each team has fair playing time
- Make sure there is a variety of which teams are
playing against each other.

Skills/ Attributes:
- Make an organized schedule
- Responsibility for telling the league who is playing
who and which team is on duty

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Score Keepers

Role Descriptor: Making sure they record the score of


each game and post it to the class board for everyone in
the class and community who is following the league to
see.

Tasks/ Duties:
- Get the final scores after every game
- Post the scores to the class board
- Inform media relations what the scores were

Skills/ Attributes:
- Responsibility
- Communication skills
- Collect scores after every preseason, regular season
and playoff game.

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Coaches Coordinator
Role Descriptor: Help out the coaches of the league. If
the coaches have any questions the coaches coordinator
is there to help. Coaches coordinators give the coaches
advice on how to be a better coach.

Tasks/ Duties:
- Be a guide for the coaches
- Provide the coaches with advice
- Help coaches come up with code of conducts
- Answer any questions some coaches have

Skills/ Attributes:
- Communication skills
- Know the roles of a coach
- Knows how to deal with problems and find solutions

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Captains Coordinator
Role Descriptor: Help out the captains of the league. If
the captains have any questions the captains coordinator
is there to help. Captain coordinators give the captain's
advice on how to be a better captain.

Tasks/ Duties:
- Be a guide for the captains
- Provide the captains with advice
- Answer any questions captains might have about their
role have

Skills/ Attributes:
- Communication skills
- Know the roles of a captain
- Knows how to deal with problems and find solutions

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Formal Competition

Season Outcomes: By the end of the season each


student should be able to
- ( P) Demonstrate basic fundamental skills that are necessary to
participate and practice in games. (NSGLO.S1.H3.L2)
- ( C) Identify the rules of lacrosse and why they are important to the
game. (NSGLO.S3.H6.L2)
- ( A) Demonstrate teamwork by respecting others and cooperating
with others on their team and other teams. (NSGLO.S5.H4.L2)

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Season Outline: Twenty Lessons


Day

Class Activities

Introduce History of lacrosse


Introduce Class format

Teach students catching and passing a lacrosse ball


Have students do catching and passing activities so the teacher can
complete the student evaluations.

Announce the teams and have them pick their team name and color.
Have them choose the coaches and captains of the team
Coaches lead the first team practice skill upon entry.

Teacher teaches about different positions of lacrosse (Goalie, Offense,


Defense)
Teams scrimmage against one another and students rotate positions so
everyone experience each position.

Explain the duty teams and team/ league roles to the class.
Students pick their desired roles.
Students scrimmage against each other while the duty team practices their
roles.

Students formally compete


4 games total, 2 going on at the same time
Students practice their roles

Teacher reviews offensive strategies and cradling


Students apply their knew knowledge about offense into their formal
competition.

Teacher reviews defensive strategies.


Students apply their knew knowledge about offense into their formal
competition

Classroom day, students watch film that the videographers and


commentators put together.
Teams group up and reflect on strategies based on their film
Team Practices

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Formal competition
3 sets of 2 games

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Formal competition
2 sets of 2 games
Team reflection on strategies

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Skills review
Coaches Coordinator and Captions Coordinator meetings
ALL STAR GAME

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Formal competition
2 sets of 2 games
Teams strategies for playoffs

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FIRST DAY OF PLAYOFFS


2 sets of 2 games

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PLAYOFFS
2 sets of 2 games

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PLAYOFFS
2 sets of 2 games

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CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Championship award ceremony

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PRACTICE for SCHOOL WIDE EVENT


Team are split up evenly by teacher for the school wide event (2 teams 15
people)
Teams strategies

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SCHOOL WIDE EVENT- whole school watches the league play.

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League award ceremony

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Round Robin Tournaments


Panthers - team 1
Eagles- team 2
Tigers- team 3
Lions- team 4
Falcons- team 5

Preseason (3 days)
Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Set 1

Set 1

Set 1

3 on duty

5 on duty

4 on duty

2 v 5

4 v 3

5 v 1

1 v 4

1 v 2

3 v 2

Set 2

Set 2

Set 2

1 on duty

2 on duty

3 on duty

4 v 5

4 v 1

2 v 5

2 v 3

3 v 5

1 v 4

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Regular Season (5 days)


Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Set 1

Set 1

Set 1

Set 1

Set 1

1 on duty

2 on duty

3 on duty

5 on duty

4 on duty

4 v 5

4 v 1

5 v 2

4 v 3

5 v 1

2 v 3

3 v 5

4 v 1

2 v 1

2 v 3

Set 2

Set 2

Set 2

Set 2

Set 2

5 on duty

4 on duty

1 on duty

2 on duty

3 on duty

4 v 3

5 v 1

4 v 5

4 v 1

5 v 2

1 v 2

2 v 3

2 v 3

3 v 5

4 v 1

Playoffs!!! (3 days 1 Championship day)


Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Set 1

Set 1

Set 1

3 on duty

5 on duty

4 on duty

2 v 5

4 v 3

5 v 1

1 v 4

1 v 2

3 v 2

Set 2

Set 2

Set 2

1 on duty

2 on duty

3 on duty

4 v 5

4 v 1

2 v 5

2 v 3

3 v 5

1 v 4

Championship Game- Top 2 teams with the most wins in


playoffs compete. The winner of the championship game
is the winning team of the league!

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League Rules
- 4 teams play at a time, 1 team on duty.
- The games will be played on each half
of the court. Playing with the width of the
court.
- Games will be timed, 10 minutes each
- Each score = 1 pt. Cant shoot inside the
goalies box.
- 1 student in goal 5 students in field,
everyone is playing no subs.
- In the case where a student is absent and a team is down 1 player
then the opposing team will have a sub to make an equal number of
players on the field.
- Tennis balls are used instead of lacrosse ball
- Goalie has helmet on at all times while playing.
- Offense can not be offsides
- Must attempt to cradle the ball in the lacrosse stick while running
down the field.
- Penalties result in 1 minute suspension in game.
- Penalties:
- Slashing
- Tripping
- Cross checking
- Unsportsmanlike conduct
- Unnecessary Roughness
- Body Checking
- Swearing

* Play Safe. Play Fair. Have Fun.*

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Lacrosse Quiz
Name:_________________

Date:_________

Directions: Students will work individually to answer the questions below,


based on the league's rules of lacrosse. Each question is 2 points each.
There is a total of 10 points.
True or False. If the statement is true, right true. If the statement is false, correct the
statement so that it is true.
-

Each goal is worth 3 points.

You can take a shot on goal while inside the goalies box.

Penalties result in a 1 minute suspension in the game.

Short answer: Answer the questions below, according to the rules and setup of the
game.
-

List 4 out of the 7 penalties in the game.

Identify how long each game is and how many players are on the field at a time.

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Answers:
- False, each goal is worth 1 point.
- False, you can not shoot on goal inside the goalies box.
- True
-

Slashing
Tripping
Cross checking
Unsportsmanlike conduct
Unnecessary Roughness
Body Checking
Swearing

- Each game is 10 minutes and there is a total of 12 players on the


field at a time.

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Culminating Event
School Wide Event:
- On the 19th day of the season the C
haug Lax Heros will host a game
for the whole school to see.
- Flyers will be sent out 2 weeks in advance. (See Below)
- There will be 2 teams playing in this event
- The teams will be selected by the teacher, evenly and equally
distributing players based on skill level and personality. This means
teams will be split up but only for this one game.
- The School Wide Event will be a full court game. 10 players per team
on the court at a time.
- 15 minute halves.
See flyer below.

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Come Support
Chaugs P.E. Lax Heros
Who: Chaugs P.E Lax Heros League.
What: Lacrosse game for the whole school to watch
When: November 25th @ 11:00 am - 11:50 am
Where: Minnechaugs Gym
Why: Support and cheer on your peers in the Chaug P.E
Lax Heros League by watching them play lacrosse game.
The Green Team
Keith Richards

John Fogerty

Sheryl Crow

John Lennon

Miley Cyrus

Beyonce

June Carter

George Clooney

Mick Jagger

Hillary Clinton

Rihanna

John Denver

Kat Dahlia

Bob Dylan

Bob Marley

The Red Team


Donald Trump

Janis Joplin

Bruce
Springsteen

Bob Weir

Celine Dion

Jimi Hendrix

Barack Obama

Adele

Lana Del Rey

Stevie Nicks

Bradley Nowell

Michelle Obama

Johnny Cash

Madonna

Elvis Presley

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MOST OUTSTANDING
TEAM

The Most Outstanding Team award goes to the team that proved to put in the most
effort throughout the season, the team that had the best team chemistry and to the team
that had the most enthusiasm about the season.

The Most Outstanding Team Award belongs to:


____________________________________
Authorized By:
__________________________________

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MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

The Most Improved Player award goes to the player that has improved the most
throughout the whole season. They showed that they put the most time, effort and
enthusiasm into the league. The award is also based on their stats compared from the
beginning of the season to the end of the season.

The Most Improved Player Award belongs to:


____________________________________
Authorized By:
__________________________________

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FAIR PLAY AWARD


The Fair Play Award goes to the student who used the most fair play during the
season. This student followed all of the rules, they never cheated in the games and
used honesty and showed responsibility when it game to decisions during the games.

The Fair Play Award belongs to:


____________________________________
Authorized By:
__________________________________

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Record Keeping and Stats


Below are records of each team's cumulative stats throughout the pre,
regular and playoff season.

Team Records:
The Panthers

Total Points

Total Wins

Total Losses

Pre Season

16

Regular
Season

30

Playoffs

22

Overall Totals

68

13

The Eagles

Total Points

Total Wins

Total Losses

Pre Season

13

Regular
Season

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Playoffs

18

Overall Totals

64

10

The Tigers

Total Points

Total Wins

Total Losses

Pre Season

10

Regular
Season

33

Playoffs

14

Overall Totals

57

9
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The Lions

Total Points

Total Wins

Total Losses

Pre Season

15

Regular
Season

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Playoffs

13

Overall Totals

62

10

The Falcons

Total Points

Total Wins

Total Losses

Pre Season

16

Regular
Season

26

Playoffs

17

Overall Totals

59

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Individual Records:
Panthers

Assist

Points

Donald Trump

Bob Weir

16

14

Barack Obama

18

10

Stevie Nicks

10

18

Michelle Obama

14

16

Madonna

Eagles

Assist

Points

Sheryl Crow

15

Beyonce

Mick Jagger

12

12

Bruce Springsteen

15

Jimi Hendrix

14

Lana Del Rey

14

Tigers

Assist

Points

Janis Joplin

12

Celine Dion

10

11

Adele

15

Bradley Nowell

15

Johnny Cash

11

10

Elvis Presley

12

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Lions

Assist

Points

John Fogerty

11

Miley Cyrus

16

George Clooney

11

11

Rihanna

17

Kat Dahlia

11

16

Bob Marley

17

Falcons

Assist

Points

Keith Richards

13

John Lennon

16

June Carter

12

Hillary Clinton

13

12

John Denver

16

Bob Dylan

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Chaug Times
The official newspaper for Minnechaug Regional High School

Thursday, November 18th, 2020

Chaugs Lax Heros


Support the League
Come Support Ms. Duncans B- block P.E class
Lacrosse League. The league is call the Chaug P.E
Lax Heros. The class is set up as a professional
lacrosse season and league. Including 5 teams, 30
players, coaches captains referees and more!

The league is currently in their regular season. They


just finished their 3 day Playoff season. The top 2
teams after the playoff season play against each other
for the final championship game. Those two teams are;
The Panthers and The Falcons. The championship
game will be held on Thursday November 25th at 11
am in the gym! Come support!

The Panthers are in first place with 5 wins and 0


losses in the playoff round and a total of 68
points. Their top scorer is Stevie Nicks, with 18
total points throughout the season and 10 assist.
The Panthers work great together on offense and
defense. They are always using communication
on and off the field. States Ms. Duncan, They
strategize each game every day before the go
out there!

The Rest of The League


The other teams of the league are; The Lions,
The Falcons, The Eagles and The Tigers. The
Lions top scorer is Bob Marley- with 17 season
points and 2 assist. The Falcons have John
Denver with 16 points and 7 assist. Eagles fan
favorite is Bruce Springsteen who has 15 points
and 8 assist. And the Tigers top scorer with 15
points and 6 assist is Adele.

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Panthers

Team Color- Red


Players:
Donald Trump
Bob Weir
Barack Obama
Stevie Nicks
Michelle Obama
Madonna

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Eagles

Team Color- Green


Players:
Sheryl Crow
Beyonce
Mick Jagger
Bruce Springsteen
Jimi Hendrix
Lana Del Rey

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Lions

Team Color- Blue


Players:
John Fogerty
Miley Cyrus
George Clooney
Rihanna
Kat Dahlia
Bob Marley

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Tigers

Team Color- Orange


Players:
Janis Joplin
Celine Dion
Adele
Bradley Nowell
Johnny Cash
Elvis Presley

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Falcons

Team Color- Purple


Players:
Keith Richards
John Lennon
June Carter
Hillary Clinton
John Denver
Bob Dylan

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Class Management and


Behavior
Fairplay/ Sportsmanship Statements:
- All students must show respect to themselves, other
players in the league and the referees.
- All players must show fair play to everyone in the
league.
- Respect all of the equipment
- Make sure each player gets equal playing times
throughout the whole season.
- There is no place for taunting or harassing other
players or officials.

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Fairplay/ Sportsmanship Assessment


Each student will be assessed by their teacher at the end of the semester, based on
how their fair play and sportsmanship throughout the lacrosse season. Each student will
get their graded assessment on the last day of the season.
0 = never; 1 = rarely; 2 = often; 3 = always

Name of student:
The student showed respect to other opponents, coaches and
officials in the league.

The student respects all equipment

The student portrayed fairplay in all games in the league

The student contributed to equal playing time to everyone on


their team including; Substitutions and teamwork
The student never used any taunting methods to put down the
feelings of others

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References:
Retrieved from
http://assets.ngin.com/attachments/document/0019/8245/MensSimplifiedRules.pdf on
12/10/2016
Mount Holyoke College. (2007) N
ewmac Sportsmanship Policies. Retrieved from
http://athletics.mtholyoke.edu/studentathletes/sportsmanship
US Lacrosse. (2016) Physical Education Lacrosse. Retrieved from
http://www.uslacrosse.org/programs-grants/physical-education-lacrosse

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