Monday, 15 September 2014

POINTS!

Dear S1-04, 

here are the points for all the teams so far. Only Team A has completed all 4 games, the other 4 teams still have 1 game to go. All the best, and remember, its not a competition, its an assessment of your Handball abilities and sportsmanship.



Regards, 
Ms Andrea

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Statistics Feedback (Team by team basis)

Team A: I saw several good shots, mainly taken by Joseph. Good defence at the goal area to block off incoming attackers. However, if playing against a very strong player (ie, Alex), then you need to stop him from even getting to the goal line (perhaps have 2 players defend him?). Alfaatih, you must stop your sidewards dribbling or the next team will call your foul and you will lose possession of the ball.


Team B: Good shots taken, mostly by Alex. I see good teamwork in this group, ensuring that every player gets a chance to catch and throw and basically, be involved in the game. Keep up the good work!


Team C: Almost everyone attempted to shoot, so i'm glad to see that there is collaboration (teamwork). Try to pass the ball to someone else who has a better chance (or open area) to shoot (some of you tried to shoot even though you were being blocked).


Team D: Your statistician did not indicate who scored the goals so thats not something i can comment on. However,  I see team spirit and sportsmanship. Keep up the good work.


Team E: Regarding journalism, for successful passing and such, just tick the box instead of writing in '1' for every pass.  Try and station yourself in the BEST location so you can see ALL the goals made so as to avoid discrepancies. For future DUTY TEAMS, please bring your own pen/pencil and the statistic sheets from your file.

Feedback re: Handball Matches held on Tuesday! (MUST READ)

Dear S1-04,

I have one feedback for all teams..

"Take the time to look through the rules."

3 SCENARIOS are possible in the next few games:

1. If a team keeps breaking the rules and the opposition is NOT aware of the rules, the game becomes a rowdy / unfair /  disorganised game.
2. If a team keeps breaking the rules and the opposition IS aware of the rules, then the game will be disrupted several times due to the breaking of rules and implementation of consequences by the other team.
3. If BOTH teams are aware of the rules, then the game becomes an enjoyable one, with minimal disruptions.

Which scenario will it be for you the next time you play?

Some of the more common fouls which i noticed were..

1. Dribbling twice (once you stop dribbling, you cant continue again. You may ONLY shoot, pass or take 3 steps).
2. Dribbling sideways and using your body to shield the dribbled ball (you can only dribble facing the goal (frontwards).
3. Defending / snatching the ball away when you are on the attacker's side or back (you can only do FRONTAL DEFENCE which is defending a player from his / her front (in front of their faces).
4. Squeezing in front of an attacker when they are trying to shoot at the goal semi circle (Remember I told you about the FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED rule? It means whoever reaches the goal line has priority to shoot. If you want to defend them from shooting, GET THERE FIRST and then block them out or deny their space).

Lets make the next few games a more enjoyable one. I am looking at the coach and captain to maintain law and order of the team when you play. Thanks!


These are your team's scores after Tuesday's Match!

Team E Photos and Videos


Tuesday, 19 August 2014

SEM Slides

Dear Students,

here are the slides for the upcoming SEM. Thank you.

Ms Andrea











Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Peer Assessment form for Discus

HI Students,

please remember to post up your assessment form here so we can learn from our peers and improve ourselves. =)

Ms Andrea