PE Death Study Guide
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What is the official Soccer Association?
FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association)
What are the physical benefits of playing soccer?
Demands overall physical fitness
T or F: Soccer player are allowed to touch and carry the ball in their hands?
How long is the average soccer game?
Two intervals of 45min halves
Describe an overhead kick in soccer?
Kick a ball over ones head, and send the ball going to opposite direction in which they were facing.
What does it mean for a player to trap the ball?
to stop the ball or change the direction f the ball.
When should the technique of heading be used?
When the ball is too high for your legs to reach, use your head to stop the ball.
What actions in a soccer game might result in a foul being called?
Kicking an opponent, jumping an opponent, striking or pushing an opponent, handling the ball with ones hand.
Describe the makeup of a typical soccer team?
3 midfielders, 3 strikers, 2 wingers, 2 backs, 1 goalie
Which soccer players on a team are usually considered to be the best all-around players?
How do you make a goal in soccer?
kick the ball into the net of goal
What are they physical benefits of playing tennis?
It's aerobic exercise. It requires agility, speed, and continuous motion.
what is a fault in tennis?
when the server hits the net with the ball or the ball goes outside the service court
what is a let ball? a net ball?
A let ball is when the ball touches the net, but lands in the correct during the serve. A net ball is when the ball hits the net during a serve.
When and where was tennis first played?
Greece and France in the 1400s
Name the four types of serves in tennis?
the flat serve, the slice serve, the kick serve, and the American twist
What is the tennis volley and how is it executed?
The elbows are tuned in toward the body as the body pivots and the shoulders tun toward the ball.
What does the score "love" mean in tennis?
what does "a set" in tennis mean?
One side has won six games
What is the first point in a tennis score?
What comprises "a match" in tennis?
two out of three sets have been won
What are some of the physical benefits of playing basketball?
Agility, hand-eye coordination, endurance
T or F: More people watch basketball than any other sport in the United States?
What is the object in any game of basketball?
to put the ball in the net
What comprises a team in basketball? How many players and what positions?
1 center, 2 forwards, 2 guards (5 players)
How does any game of basketball begin?
What is a field goal?
When the ball is put into the basket; 2 points
Name at least three types of shot?
One-hand shot, Hook shot, two-handed shot, jump shot, lay-up, tip-in, free-thow
Name at least three types of passes.
Two-handed chest pass, Two-handed overhead pass, one-handed overhead pass, bounce pass, one-hand underhand pass
Name two defense techniques?
the zone and player-to-player
What is the difference between a fast-break and slow-break offensive style?
fast-break offensive style: fast movement from one part of the court to another. Slow-break offensive style: players maneuver carefully in order to shoot
What physical benefits can be gained from wresting?
Strength, speed and edurance.
What are the two most popular styles of wrestling practiced in the US?
Freestyle and Greco-Roman
How long is an Olympic wrestling match? a high school match? a college match?
Olympic: three 2 minute periods
College: three 3 minute periods
HS: 2 minute periods and two 3 minute periods
How are wrestlers groups?
what is "a takedown" in wrestling?
bringing them down
Name three different ways to win a match.
Pinning the opponent's shoulders flat to the mat, technical fall or a 15 point lead, winning the most points
What is "a predicament"?
when one wrestler controls the other
What is "a reversal"?
when the predicament is reversed
Why are psychological factors so important in wrestling?
Allows for concentration to focus on ones performance and ability
What two types of takedowns rely especially on strength?
bearhug and the headlock.
Why is badminton a good game to help maintain and improve physical fitness?
Required players to be physically fit and alert. Endure long playing time
What equipment is needed to play badminton?
net, racquet, shuttlecock
Who can make points in a badminton game?
How is a badminton game won?
first team with 21 points with a 2 point lead.
Describe a forehand shot
hand flicks forward
What is a smash shot?
attacking shot; powerful arm stroke
What is a drop?
controlled smash shot with less force. causes the shuttlecock to move downward.
What is a backhand drop?
demands timing and wrist-snapping. Defensive hit with the back hand forward.
When is a forehand drive used?
when players are in the ready stance
What is especially tricky about the forehand underarm clear?
the player must lunge forward and lean to the shuttle
Give a brief history of badminton
centuries in China; and dates back to 12th century. First game of current game played in England 1873. 1934- first International Badminton Federation (IBF). Olympic Sport