Extractions: Emphasizing training and participation rather than competition, the Motor Activities Training Program (MATP) was developed to provide a sports experience for those with severe and profound disabilities. It is part of the commitment by Special Olympics to offer sports training to eligible athletes of all ability levels. Sports Skills Competition
Bocce 2004 Venue Assistant Anastasia Kerdock. sports Director Dave Fusco will be totaled and teams will be divisioned accordingly. However, bocce individual skills is not an official sport http://www.specialolympics.villanova.edu/bocce.htm
Extractions: Welcome to Special Olympics Pennsylvania Fall Festival at Villanova! 2004 Fall Festival November 12-13-14 Home Volunteer! 2004 FF Committee Calendar ... Donate! updated Apr.29 Information Special Olympics Special Olympics PA Directions to Villanova ... Contact Us Archives Special Olympics Special Olympics PA Bocce Bocce is a game of skill and strategy. The object is for one team to get as many of their balls (boccia) closer to the pallina (the smallest ball) than the opposing team's closest ball. There maybe be anywhere from two to four to eight players on a team. Each player must take turns rolling (lagging) the ball towards the pallina ball, which has already been thrown onto the field. The players are given points for the balls rolled closest to the pallina ball. Players may also throw on the fly (volo), striking the ball to move the point ball. Balls, including the pallina, may also be displaced by the balls of other players. -Special Olympics International National Governing Body International Bocce Association (IBA) http://rules.boccestandardsassociation.org
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Special Olympics Philadelphia the pellina. Singles, Doubles, Teams Tenaglia bocce Courts (summer individual, Pairs Class of 1923 Ice Rink. in the Special Olympics winter sports, and is http://www.specialolympicsphiladelphia.org/pages/athletes/sports.shtml
Extractions: Please see the Sport Practice Schedules to find out when the sports you are interested in are offered. Alpine Skiing Novice, intermediate, and advanced ability athletes compete in downhill, slalom, and giant slalom events. For athletes with lower ability, 10 meter walk, glide, and super glide events are offered.
'03 - Competition Any coach who elects to forfeit a game or individual match must seek approval of the sports rules committee. bocce teams will receive 16 points. http://www.specialolympics.villanova.edu/archives/2003/competition.htm
Extractions: 2003 Home Competition Results Festival Committee Samantha's Journal ... Schedule of Events -Special Events Ceremonies Olympic Town Family Events Competition ... Return to FF Home Competition Click any of the sports below for detailed event information: Bocce Outdoor Courts - Main Campus Long Distance Running Radnor High School Power Lifting St. Mary's Gym - West Campus Roller Skating Villanova Skating Center Soccer Volleyball the Pavilion, Jake Nevin, Butler Annex - East Campus Alumni Gym - Main Campus CODE OF CONDUCT Please see Special Olympics Forms section of the coaches handbook FORFEITS: Any coach who elects to forfeit a game or individual match must seek approval of the sports rules committee. If approved, the team will take a loss for that game or match. If denied, the team must play the opposing team or be disqualified from the tournament. If a tournament tie occurs, all competition from the disqualified team will be disregarded from the standings. The team who forfeits receives points. The opponent in soccer receives 2 points and 25 for volleyball (25 for each game-best of three match). Bocce teams will receive 16 points. GENERAL RULES Only registered athletes will be eligible to participate in the Games. The games committee shall review decisions about ineligibility due to improper registration.
Catawba Intramural Sports By participating in these team and individual sports, we will provide you with the following opportunities 29th Sept. 3rd. bocce (singles doubles) Sept. 2nd. Sept http://www.catawba.edu/Stucentral/intramural.htm
Extractions: Most Popular Sites Admissions Office Apply Online Academic Departments Adult Learning Alumni Online Athletics Blackboard Courses Bookstore Career Development College Press Releases Computer Services Contact Directory Development Financial Assistance Human Resources Library Make a Gift Online Registrar's Office Salisbury/Piedmont Links Student Central Catawba Intramural Sports Thank you for your interest in Catawba College Intramural Sports Program. You will discover this program attempts to offer something for everyone on the campus. The Intramural Sports Program is designed to provide opportunities for the students, faculty and staff to participate in recreational activities in a competitive atmosphere. By participating in these team and individual sports, we will provide you with the following opportunities: To provide enjoyable recreational experiences for the College community. To develop habits of participation which will carry over into everyday life. To promote wholesome social relationships and sportsmanship through group and individual activities.
Individual And Team Sports Special Olympics Southern California individual and Team sports. Alpine Skiing Athletics Aquatics Basketball bocce Bowling Cross Country Skiing Cycling http://www.sosc.org/individual.html
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Sports To learn more about an individual sport, please select from the list below and click on the icon to go to the sport specific page. Summer sports, bocce. http://www.sosc.org/sports.html
Advanced Physical Education Relate knowledge of all rules of team and individual sports to a game situation. M. 40%. Group and individual Instruction. Discovery. Nets. -bocce balls. http://www.nhsd.k12.pa.us/Curriculum/Health and PhysED/Health Safety and Physica
Extractions: GRADES Fitness A. Evaluate and engage in a physical activity plan that supports achievement of personal fitness goals and promotes life-long participation. Formulate a program that clearly demonstrates all components of fitness. Conclude how a fitness program effects all aspects of health. Measure target heart rate and support how age, injury, and disease effects how the body functions. M Group and Individual Instruction Discovery Teacher Directed Divergent Instruction Fitness Center Equipment Swimming Pool Stopwatches Heart Rate Monitors Music Player/ tapes Instructional Posters Worksheets Steppers Jump Ropes Skin Calipers Tape Measure Scale Task sheets Skill sheets Fitness Testing Peer and Teacher Observations Student Participation Student Preparation (appropriate uniform) Quizzes Not Applicable (students need to meet basic criteria to be admitted into class) Intramurals Interscholastic Sports Community Programs Peer Teaching Volunteering in Youth Sports Programs B. Evaluate factors that effect physical activity and exercise preferences.
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Student: Sports History In The US Early Games. billards, paddletennis, pitching the bar stoolball, bocce, lawn bowling, candlepin bowling, croquet, etc. Leisure, individual Dual sports. http://projects.edtech.sandi.net/lewis/sports/
Extractions: Link to Teacher Page S P O R T S H I S T O R Y Click here for music http:/projects.edtech.sandi.net/lewis/sports by Linda Fleckner Introduction Task Resources ... Conclusi on Introduction ESPN and the X Games have contacted you to create a new sport they will promote throughout the United States in the 21st century. Your job, if you choose to accept, will be to research the development of sports in the US. You will need to figure out why some sports have become popular and which ones have become profitable. Your sport or game will be introduced on ESPN and the major networks. The Task Here are some questions that you will address during your assignment: Where and how did the sports in the US originate? How have they changed in the past years? How do some of the original sports in the US compare to those that are modern and are gaining popularity? Can you imagine your great grandparents skateboarding? What is the importance of team sports versus individual and dual sports? Spectator sports versus those for personal fitness or recreation? Can you come up with a game for the 21st century that the American people will enjoy?
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Special Olympics Hawaii One of the 2 most popular sports in SOHI Softball Includes individual Skills Competition, TeeBall, Coach with the statewide Soccer and bocce Competition called http://www.specialolympicshawaii.org/sports.html
Extractions: « Click here to go back This course aims to provide students with access to, and support for, a program of regular physical activity. It encourages their personal fitness and their continued participation in sporting and recreational activities. Unit Description Units are offered as either half-standard (0.5) units. The units will be selected from the following: Summer Sports Develop skills and participate in a variety of summer sports, eg. waterpolo, canoeing, sailing, rowing, swimming, triathlon. Winter Sports Develop skills and participate in a variety of winter sports, eg. ice skating, skiing, floor hockey, broomball, basketball, indoor soccer, volleyball and other seasonal winter sports. Football Codes Learn a variety of football codes, eg. rugby league, rugby union, Australian Rules, soccer, touch, Oztag, gridiron. Individual Sports Develop skills in various individual sports, eg. golf, archery, tennis, badminton, squash, fencing, orienteering, swimming, table tennis, gymnastics. Team Sports Develop skills and play non-traditional sports, eg. Lacrosse, beach volleyball, korfball, bocce, pitch and putt, martial arts, go-karts, roller hockey.