E. F. en Inglés

En estas páginas colgaremos materiales de ampliación sobre lo que estamos trabajando en las clases, pero siempre relativas a la parte de inglés de las mismas:  vocabulario, normas, materiales,……

 Los objetivos que queremos conseguir con el uso del inglés en las clases de Educación física son los siguientes:

  • Conocer el vocabulario básico de cada unidad didáctica relativo a materiales, espacios, acciones, denominaciones de los diferentes jugadores, normas,…….
  • Reforzar los contenidos trabajados en la clase de inglés.
  • Utilización de diferentes expresiones o formulas comunicativas de uso cotidiano que son propias de las actividades físicas, juegos y deportes.

ORIENTEERING

Orienteering is a challenging outdoor adventure sport that exercises both the mind and the body. The aim is to navigate in sequence between control points marked on a unique orienteering map and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time.

So in order to record that you have actually visited all the controls on your course you will be given a control card.

Name    
Class Start   Time
  Finish   Time Total Time
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

 

       

 

 Top Tips for Beginners

Below are four basic skills that you need to practice to help you progress with orienteering.

1. Fold your map – Always make sure that you fold your map so that you can easily see the part of the map where you are.

2. Orientate your map – Always make sure that your map is the correct way round or orientated. This means that the features which are in front of you on the ground are in front of you on the map.

3. Check your control card – Once you have found a control you always need to check that the code on your control description sheet matches the code on the control.

4. Have fun and enjoy yourself – This is the most important skill to remember.  Orienteering should always be fun and enjoyable.

 BADMINTON

SCORING

-A match consists of best of 3 games.
-The side that first scored 21 points shall win.
-If a score becomes 20-20, the side which scores 2 consecutive points shall win that game.

RULES

You shall serve from, and receive in, the right service court.

 Faults:

– If the shuttle lands outside the boundaries of the court, passes through or under the net or fail to pass the net.

– If a player touches the net or its supports with racket.

– If a player invades an opponent’s court under the net.

– If the shuttle is hit twice in succession by the same player with two strokes.

                                                                                                                                                                               

 

Shuttle

Net

 

 

 

 

 Court

 

 

 

ACROSPORT

Form groups

Imitate

Perform

Lying position

To be aware

Transition

Invent

First, second, third, fourth,……

Sticks

Rehearse

Carry out

Improve

ENDURANCE TRAINING

OPTION 1

NAME: __________________________ ______________

 In october I ran

_____ metres in 5 minutes.

That means

_____

per minute.

 Day 1

My aim is running

______

metres.

That means I must run   _____

metres per minute

RESULTS

______

metres.

BEATS

______

 per minute

The sidelines are  40 and 20 metres long respectively.

GROUP:_______

Day 2

My aim is running

______

metres.

That means I must run   _____

metres per minute

RESULTS

______

metres.

BEATS

______

 per minute

Day 3

My aim is running

______

metres.

That means I must run   _____

metres per minute

RESULTS

______

metres.

BEATS

______

 per minute

OPTION 2

NAME: __________________________ ______________

 In october I ran 

5 MINUTES

DAY 1

 

My aim is running

______

minutes.

RESULTS

______

minutes.

BEATS

______

 per minute

GROUP:_______

DAY 2

 

My aim is running

______

minutes.

RESULTS

______

minutes.

BEATS

______

 per minute

DAY 3

 

My aim is running

______

minutes.

RESULTS

______

minutes.

BEATS

______

 per minute

BASKETBALL

SKILLS

boxing out

rebounding

dribbling – bouncing

passing

throwing – shooting the ball to make a basket

handling

to gain possession – to lose possession

to receive a foul

to attempt

to make a basket, point, throw- to miss a throw (it goes in – it does not go in)

pivoting – stepping while holding the other foot still.

To tip the ball

to assist

RULES

inbounds (to pass the ball into the courts)

jump ball – tip off (to toss the ball up)

field goal – free throw

air ball

dunt to

man to man

zone defense

the basket is worth 3 points

COURT

basket´s rim

backboard

scoring and court makings

out of bounds

free throw line

tropezoidal line

hoop

court

a hoop at each end

PLAYERS

offense team

defense team

center

guard

forward

OTHERS

to line up

to lay on their backs

to have feet flat on the floor

to knock away other students´ball

to divede class into 2 teams

to come off the court

to fail to score

to dribble the basketball low and keeping their eyes up

ball control coordination – hand/eye coordination

to maintein control

to alternate hands

to bounce low to the ground

TEST

Description ScoringTest 1 ScoringTest 2
1- Bounce the ball into the hoops without taking it. You get a point when you do the whole circuit perfectly well.
2- Make baskets. Everyone throws at once but without bothering the others. You get a point for each basket.
3- Everyone in the group collaborates on playing the game “sun ball”. You get a point for each turn
4- In pairs. One of each pair tries to get the rebound to pass the ball to their partner. Then they throw the ball to score or make a basket. You get a point for each basket of your pair.
5- Touch the other players´ ball and prevent them to touch your´s.
Total scoring
Groups of 4-6 members . 4 minutes in each exercise and 2 minutes between exercises.

TRADITIONAL GAMES

Policemen and thieves

The song in spanish

sack races

wheelbarrow races

donkey races

picture card

Turn downThe chain (a human chain) . To pat

Donkey- jenny (female): softly, gently, quietly

Stealing stones (to return- to give back)

Rope pulling

Moorish and christians.

Blind hen (blind man´s buff). To turn around

The handkerchiefThe plague

The spider

The donkey- jenny (female)

Jump rope – skipping rope. “they are skipping rope

Can, tin, canister. To hide from sb

The plane, the square, stone, rock

The marble

Diabolo

Ccap, top

Anklebone

FIRST CONTACT

USEFUL SENTENCES

  • What do we have to do?
  • Sorry, I don´t understand.
  • Can you help me, please?
  • Can I have…….?
  • Can I go to…………..?
  • Sorry, I´m late.

MATERIALS

  • bibs
  • hoops
  • mats
  • balls
  • sticks
  • handky
  • cone
  • strings

THE GYM

  • Dressing room
  • Materials room
  • Teachers room
  • Bathroom
  • Court
  • Corridor

SOMEONE IS LATE 

One, two, three, four,

Please come in and shut the door.

Five, six, seven, eight,

                                        It,s nine o´clock, your are very late

Nine, ten, nine, ten,

Don´t be late for school again!

RHYMES FOR CHOOSING

Dip, dip, dip

My blue ship

Sailing on the water

Like a cup and saucer

You are it!

BEFORE GOING OUT

Let´s go to class

Don´t run, go slowly

The bell hasn´t gone yet.

The bell has already rung.

There are still _ minutes to go/left

When the bell rings, You can leave. 

You are blocking the way

Wait your turn

Can I go to the playground/classroom now, please?

Line up, please

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 

–         Don´t shout

–         Don´t talk in a loud voice

–         Respect your classmates

–         Wait your turn to speak

–         Throw the papers into the bin

–         Behave yourself

–         Don´t forget your clothes

–         Don´t fight

FRISBEES

ULTIMATE

The game start with a pull towards the opponent team while shouting “ultimate”. There is a draw to decide who start the game.

The player who takes the frisbee can not run or walk and only have 10 seconds to throw the frisbee. They can only move one foot. The time is counted by one opponente player. The defender must, at least, stay three metres from the attacker.

Your team scores a point when a player takes the frisbee in the end zone.

If the frisbee drops the game goes on.

Interesting words:

Throw away

drops

blocks

Interceptions

out of bounds

Stalls (if the player does not throw tehe frisbee in ten minutes time).

Baseball

It is a game played with a hard ball and bat, between two teams of nine players each.

Baseball is the national game of theUnited States, because it is the most popular sport there. It is played by people of all ages.

The team that scores the most runs (when a batter goes through the bases and home) wins the game.

The pitcher in the defender team throws the ball towards the batter, a player on the attacking team.

The batter tries to hit the ball into the field. If he hits the ball he then runs around the bases.

The defenders in the field try to put him out.

Batters and runners can be put out in many ways.

The catcher tries to catch the ball thrown by the pitcher when the batter doesn´t want to hit the ball or can´t hit it.

The umpire decides if the ball thrown by the pitcher went through the right zone (over the base and in between the knees and shoulders of the batter).

THE FIELD

PHYSICAL TEST

 

ENDURANCE

Beats per minute

Distances

Walking race

Continuous slowly run

Intensity is low or medium or higher

STRENGTH

Throw

Jump

Onwards – backwards

To lift

To throw something a long way

To contract – To move

SPEED

Slow down

Reduce your speed

FLEXIBILITY (The range of movement of a point)

Onwards – backwards

Tendons and ligaments

Females – males

Flexion and extension

Adduction – abduction

Rotation

Elasticity

 

WARMING UP

1-       General warm up:
-joint rotations

– aerobic activity

2-       Stretching:

 – static stretching

–  dynamic stretching

3-       Sport specific activity

 

To stretch

Warm muscles

Stiff muscles

Risk of  injury

VOLLEY

 RULES

 –          Rotate  clockwise or anti-clockwise

–          The boundary line is good/ in

–          Teams rotate each time they  serve. They switch positions.

–          You can not touch the net.

–          The referee judges

 SCORING

 –          Game will be played to 25 points.

–          A team scores a point by grounding the ball on the opponent´s court.

–          To gain the serve.

 COURT

 –          End line – side line – back boundary line – boundary lines

–          Divided into 2 halves.

–          Back row – front row.

 PLAYERS

 –          Serving team- opposing team.

–          Attacker (player)

–          To be on offence – The team on defence

 EXPRESSIONS

 –          Ace: point in the serve

–          Sideout: fault on the serve

–          Roof- Stuff: blocks

–          Dig: Prevent the ball from grounding

–          Kill: Spike with a point.

–          The ball contacts the floor.

–          The player strikes the ball

 HITS

 –          Serve: underhand and overhand serve, jump serve.

–          Pass or reception: underarm pass or bumps – overhand pass with the fingertips.

–          Block

–          Dig: to prevent the ball from touching one´s court after a spike or attack.

GYMNASTIC ABILITIES

 

MOVEMENTS

 Bend your knees / bend down

Strecht up

Arch your back

Rock backwards and forwards

Crouch down

Roll / do a roll

Step over a bench

Stand on tiptoes

Do a headstand

Do a handstand

To keep / to lose the balance (one´s balance)

To overcame an obstacle.

 

EQUIPMENT

 Bench

Wall bars

Mat

Handky

Stilts

 

OTHERS

Safety

Warming up

To knock out

BODY LANGUAGE

 

VERBS

Exchange

Guess

Guide

Greet

Memorize

Perform

Put something in order

Tense/relax

NOUMS

Dance

Dummy

Event

Massage

Choreography

Sequences

Gesture

Feelings

Advertisement

Picture

Film,

PARTS OF THE BODY

 

FOOTBALL

 Football is a game played with a ball between two teams of eleven players each. The object of the game is scoring the ball into the opposing goal .The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins the match.

Football is the most popular sport in Spain.

Each team is, at once, a defender team and an attacking team. 

LAWS OF THE GAME (RULES)

The referee decides about the rules of the game.

FOULS

– Nobody can touch the ball with the hands.

– Tripping an opponent

– Pushing an opponent.

RESTARTS

States of play: ball in play and ball out of play.

 Kick off

 Throw in

 Goal kick

 Corner kick

 Free kick

 Penalty kick

THE PITCH

The goal has two posts and one bar.

There are two touchlines or sidelines and two goal lines (the shorter boundaries).

There are two penalty areas

 DURATION

2 periods of 45 minutes each (half-halves) and a 15 minute break

 

PLAYER´S ROLE

 Goalkeeper

 Defenders

 Attacker or strikers or forwards

 Midfield player

All of them can be central, left and right.

 

VERBS

 Kick the ball

 Score a goal.

 Pass the ball to a teammate.

 Obstruct the opponent player

 Head the ball

 Take a penalty

 Take a shot.

 Shoot the ball against the wall.

 Dribbling the ball around-past opponents.

 Control the ball

 Intercept a pass, a ball,…

 Tackle the opponent.

 To get clear, to distance oneself from…, to sake off one,s attacker

 

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

Coach

Draw- Tied

Scoreboard

Championship

Move

 

BASIC EQUIPMENT

Shirt, shorts, socks and footwear

TAG -RUGBY

Rugby is an outdoor sport played by teams of 15 players. It uses an oval ball.

VERBS

Tag

Drop

Go back-forward

Get a try

Score

Chase

Pass

Catch

Gain possession

Lose possession

Keep possession

Kick

Attack-Defend

Get clear

Tackle

EQUIPMENT – FIELD

Rugby is played on a field, called a pitch, that is longer and wider than a football field. A typical pitch is 100 meters long and 70 meters wide.

Touchline

Try line

Belts

Bibs

Ball

RULES

Kickoff

Any player can carry, pass or kick the ball.

The ball may be passed to any other player. However, it may only be passed laterally or backward, never forward.

There are four ways for a team to score points:

Try: Five points

Conversion: Following a try, two points

Penalty Kick: Three points

Drop Goal: Three points

PLAYERS

Opponent

Attacker

Defender

Teammates

ATHLETICS

Athletics is a popular sport with different disciplines:

High jump

Long jump

Hurdles (the 100 meters hurdles)

Shot-put

Hammer

Discus throwing

Javelin throwing

relay´s races

Long-distance races

Maximum o top speed

PHYSICAL CONDITION

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE: beats, intensity, low, high, to take his pulse, to check beats, reaction time games

KEY WORDS: endurance, heart rate monitor, stretching, push- ups, step, sit- ups, strength, flexibility, speed

HANDBALL

It,s a game played with a small ball, between two teams of seven players.

The team that scores most goals, wins the match.

Each team is :

– a defender team (try to bother or obstruct the opponent-adversary team)

  – and an attacking team (try to score a goal and  pass the ball at your playmates)

THE COURT

The playing court has two goal areas and a playing area.

The goals are inside the goal area and must have a net.

RULES – FOULS (a team commits a violation of rules).

  • The players avoid to enter the goal area (except for the goalkeeper)
  • Two many steps without bouncing
  • Holding the ball more than 3 seconds.
  • Holding or pushing or hitting the opponent player.

THROWS

  • Throw in
  • Free – throw
  • The goalkeeper throw
  • The 7-meter throw
  • The throw off (at the start the game, each half, after a goal)

TENNIS

A game of tennis is played by hitting-striking the ball in a way that an opponent can not return it. It´s played on a rectangular court by two (singles) or four (doubles) persons.

THE COURT

                                                

The court is divided across the middle by a net.

RULES

A tennis game starts with the server tossing the ball into the air and hitting it with a racquet. The receiver returns the ball.

If a ball touches the line it is OK.

At the end of each game the receiver get into the server and the server get into the receiver.

The ball can bounce once.

EQUIPMENT

Ball, racquet,

SCORE IN A GAME

(a player can win o lose the point).

First point -15

Second point-30

Third point-40

Fourth point-game

If each player wins three points, the score is “Deuce”. After deuce the score is advantage.

The player who wins 6 games gets a set.

USEFUL EXPRESIONS

Draw, heads or tails, left or hand side, service, server, good luck, cheer up, come on, go for it, you are the best.

 

JUGGLING

Juggling is a skill involving moving objects for entertainment or sport. The most recognizable form of juggling is toss juggling, in which the juggler throws objects up to catch and toss up again. This may be one object or many objects, at the same time with one or many hands. Jugglers often refer to the objects they juggle as props. The most common props are balls .

In our lessons we will try to improve our skills by following this process:

CHALLENGE

 

SCORING

1 ball

1- Toss the ball with one hand and catch it with the same hand. 0,25
2- Toss the ball with one hand and catch it with the opposite hand. 0,5
3- The same exercise with the other hand 1

2 balls, one ball in each hand

4- Toss the ball with one hand and take it with the opposite hand. While the ball is in the air you pass the other ball and toss it with the same hand. 2
5- The same exercise with the other hand. 3
6- Toss the ball with one hand and catch it with the same hand. Just now throw the other ball with the opposite hand. Balls don´t cross. 4
7- Similar to the last one but throwing the ball before catching the previous one. 5
8- Similar to the last one but now balls cross in the air so each ball is caught with the opposite hand. 6
9- One ball in each hand. They are tossed at the same time and they are caught with the same hand. Balls don´t cross. 7
10- Similar to the last one but now balls are caught with the opposite hand so balls cross in the air. 8
Two balls in the same hand
11- Toss one ball and quickly throw the other one so that we can catch the first ball with the same hand. 8,5
12- Similar to the last one but now you have to be able of performing the exercise quickly in a rotary pattern. 9

3 balls

13- 2 balls in the right hand and one ball in the left hand. 10
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