Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Recreation/Handball

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Handball
South American Division

Recreation

Skill Level 1
Year of Introduction: 2012


Limited Availability


Contents

Contents


1. Know the updated regulations of the International Handball Federation (IHF) and consult the 18 main rules of handball.

The International Handball Federation is the administrative and controlling body for handball and beach handball. The 18 rules of the game can be found in the Rules of the Game Manual. They are more areas of rules than actual rules. They are the following:

  • Playing Court
  • Playing Time, Final Signal, Time-Out
  • The Ball
  • The Team, Substitutions, Equipment, Player Injuries
  • The Goalkeeper
  • The Goal Area
  • Playing the Bal, Passive Play
  • Fouls and Unsportsmanlike Conduct
  • Scoring
  • The Throw-Off
  • The Throw-In
  • The Goalkeeper Throw
  • The Free Throw
  • The 7-Meter Throw
  • General Instructions for the Execution of the Throws (Throw-Off, Throw-In, Goalkeeper Throw, Free Throw and 7-Meter Throw)
  • The Punishments
  • The Referees
  • The Timekeeper and the Scorekeeper

2. What does the expression "fair play" mean?

3. Define the following terms:

a. Support Throw

b. Suspension Throw

c. Fall Throw

d. Rolling Throw

e. Shoulder Pass

f. Pronation Pass

g. Overhead Pass

h. Behind the Body Pass

i. Back Pass

j. Indirect Pass

k. Vaseline

l. Screw

m. Block

n. Drive

o. Counter attack

p. Cross

q. Score

r. Fluctuations

s. Infiltrations

t. Bounce

u. Zone defense

v. Mixed defense

w. Intersection

x. Man-to-man defense

y. Eight

z. Assist

aa. Disqualification

bb. Two Minutes

cc. Suspension

dd. 4-meter line

ee. 6-meter line

ff. 7-meter line

gg. 7-Meter Throw

hh. Free Throw

4. Demonstrate and understand the different skills that are needed in the offensive and defensive positions of handball.

5. Demonstrate reasonable ability in the following areas:

a. Handgrip

b. Catch

c. Pass

d. Throw

e. Dribble

f. Three-step approach

g. Double three-step approac

h. Progression

i. Feint

6. Spend at least four hours helping a less skilled or younger person to improve their skills in handball.

7. Play at least five games of handball with family or friends. Show "fair play" during your practice and games.

8. Write a one-page report about a famous handball player. Discuss why this player is a good Christian model.

9. Discuss with your leader, pastor or instructor about the problems faced by Seventh-day Adventist youth in school and university level. What alternatives exist to allow continuous sport activity?

10. Design to scale a field of handball with the boundaries properly defined. Tell the dimensions of the crossbar.

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