Wednesday, March 26, 2014

CSI Futsal

Futsal is basically like soccer, but it is played in a covered court. You also play in a team of 5 players and with a ball with size 4. Something about futsal that is just like soccer is the ability of making passes. If you don't make a good pass, the person that was going to receive the ball will not manage to get it because you didn't make a good pass. If you can't make a good pass then the other team will receive the ball and then it will be harder for your team to make a goal, because passes are essential to make a goal, because other people will try to block your way.


4 comments:

  1. Hi Chloe, I agree, being able to make good passes to your teammates will affect the outcome of the game. Passing and receiving are movement skills that are crucial to a player's development in futsal. Remember to include your reflection on three essential questions. You already talk a little about the movement skills needed to play futsal and how decisions and actions impact the game...elaborate more these essential questions. Finally, what other connections could you make to the enduring understanding? You mention innovation and risk-taking...these are important in order to learn new skills and gain different perspectives. I wonder, how could your CSI also describe open-mindedness and player development?

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  2. Oh! I forgot... could you go back to the post that outlines the step-by-step instructions for creating your blog post and cite your images accordingly? I have added clearer directions as to how to cite your images using Creative Commons or a Public Domain. Let me know if you need help. Thanks!

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  3. Last thing! Don't forget to label your post!

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  4. I liked how you concentrated on the word innovation. And your post was very easy to read because it explains a lot about futsal. My post was different from your post because you mainly talked about innovation, but I mainly talked about teamwork.
    Great post!

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