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Rabble online training course final exam final exam
You will need to score over 80% on this exam in order to pass and become a Rabble instructor.
In dodgeball gauntlet, every time you throw a dodgeball what must you do?
Do a press up
Restart on the line and try again
Touch the tagging point
Give the ref a high five
In Island tag, you need to first tell the players that the aim is to avoid the shark and to be the last swimmer surviving, then tell Jessica that she will be the shark to start.
Rabble's core values are:
The Rabble session structure is
Warm up, name game, ball game, chase game, stretch
Name game, chase game, ball game, stretch
Name game, warm up, chase game, ball game, stretch
Name game, warm up, ball game, stretch
Why do we run ball games and chase games in each session?
To confuse players
To be different to other sports
To fill the time
To ensure that we include all the components of fitness in our workouts and to add variety for players
It's important to ask players whether they have any injuries before the session starts?
In some cases
When do we use the acronym PASDE?
When managing the game
Whilst planning your session
Whilst delivering the rules to the chase game
Whilst delivering the rules to every game
What is the best way to deliver the Defend rules?
Act them out in real time
Deliver them from the point of view of the team that will be defending
Assume the players will know what to do to avoid repetition
Explain that they are the same as the attacking rules
Why should you keep an eye on new players?
To ensure they understand the rules
To ensure they don't cheat
So that you can correct their running form
So that you can decide whether they will make a good player
When should you use the phrase 'this game is the same as before but...'
At the end of every game
When introducing the 2nd or 3rd round of a new game
When you're trying to save time
If you need to repeat yourself
You've just finished explaining dodgeball gauntlet and you have a lot of questions from participants - what does this mean?
Your players weren't listening
You should speak more loudly next time
You had positioned your explanation incorrectly
Your explanation was not as clear as it could have been
MISTA is an acronym used for what?
To help us to manage all the elements of a live game
To help us to remember what is important in rabble
To remind participants what they should be doing
To help us to explain the rules
When playing Netsketball on a small indoor pitch, how do you plan on ensuring all of your 20 players get a good workout?
Ask players to run a few laps before starting the game
Add a tagging point at the side of the hall and ask players to do 5 press-ups there after every pass
Allow people to score inside the other team's circle
Decide that this will be a lower intensity session than normal
What would be the best situation to use a tagging point below?
If your players had made a tag
If you are playing a tagging game
If your players are beginners and your using a smaller pitch
If you notice that your defenders are not moving much
You're playing Dodgeball gauntlet with 22 players and the attacking team only scored 9 points - what change might you need to make?
Change the teams
Give the teams more time to score
Make it easier to score by adding 3 press-ups at the tagging point for defenders
Give the players more motivation
What is dead-time?
Time when the teams are not scoring
Time when the players are not moving
Time when the instructor is explaining
Time when the ball is dead
Which of the following are ways to reduce dead time?
Add more balls to the game
Plan your session well in advance
Lay out all of your pitches in advance
Ensure you know which players have injuries
Explain the rules clearly and concisely using PADSE
Offering regular water-breaks
Counting the score at the end of the game
How do you know whether your players are getting a good enough workout?
They will tell you
They talk a lot between games
You can hear them breathing hard between games
You have made the pitch large
During the game what communication is important?
Telling players to work harder
Introducing yourself and Rabble
Reminding players of time and score
Telling players where the pub is
You should be constantly talking through the session?
You're playing the Hunger Games and two players are arguing over whether a player was tagged or not. What should you do?
Make a decision quickly and move the game on
Listen to both sides carefully and ensure you hear both sides of the story
Ignore the issue
Give them both a point
You notice that one team in Netsketball has scored no points each round. What should you do?
Subtly switch up the teams to add a stronger player to the struggling team
Add some points to them when noone is noticing
Make the scoring bases bigger
Make the tagging point further away
In the Hunger Games, you notice that barely any teams are scoring points - what change do you need to make?
Add more scoring cones to the game
Add more tagging points to the game
Change the game
Make the scoring bases larger
In Circular Dodgeball when does the game end?
When all the players have been hit by a dodgeball
When the time runs out
When all the of the players have been knocked out of the circle at the same time
After 3 minutes
When do you use PERM?
When delivering the rules
When managing each game
When handling transitions between games
When planning your session
When should you complete the preparation phase of PERM?
Before the session
During the warm up
Before the previous game has ended
At the end of each game
What does MISTA stand for?
Movement, inactivity, scoring, time, air
Movement, intensity, scoring, timing, atmosphere
Move, inactivity, scoring, times, air
If a player is not moving during the game, what should you do first?
Tell players to hurry up
Make the pitch larger
Swap the teams over
Check they understand the rules
You have just ended round 2 of the Hunger games, what should you do next?
Prepare for netsketball
Manage Hunger games round 3
Explain the rules for Hunger games round 3
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