|The field with all the 7th graders in my PE class,|
playing ultimate frisbee.
|The girls, right before a game,|
deciding on their positions.
Now, let's move on to a player's responsibilities when in a game situation. To begin with, somebody on the field should demonstrate team work. Simply passing the frisbee over to one another to get it over for the win or making sure people work together to block the other team's players from transporting the frisbee is how you could show that you are working together effectively. Furthermore, being inclusive is very important in a game situation. Of course, you need to be nice and welcome different players into your team. I noticed that in my PE class most people tend to go to their friends, though if they are assigned a team or a partner it never looks like they are very disappointed. Also, making sure your teammates get the positions they want is a good things as well as then everybody is happy. Finally, in the beginning, in the middle, or after a game a player needs to be a responsible person and show sportsmanship. If the other player scores a point you need to be respectful and not show annoyance or demonstrate rudeness. After a game, if they won, congratulate them, or if they lost, call out: "good game!" to show civility.
|Practicing throwing and catching.|