Glossary and expresions physical education second term



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1º ESO BILINGUAL SECTION




Glosary 2º Term

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GLOSSARY AND EXPRESIONS PHYSICAL EDUCATION SECOND TERM


LESSON 1

HABILIDADES GIMNÁSTICAS BÁSICAS

VOCABULARY

TRANSLATION

MAKE SENTENCES

THE FORWARD SOMERSAULT

I don´t know how to do it







I´m Scared




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I need help




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Can you help me?




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I don´t know how to do it




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How have I performed it?




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I´m going to try




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What do you have to correct?







I have to correct




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How have I performed it?







To perform




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Performance




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Tumble




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Somersault




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Cartwheel




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Round off




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Box




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Mat




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Safety mat





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You have to make your body as round as possible.




You should support yourself with the palms of your hands, shoulder-width apart and with your fingers pointing forward.




You have to bring your chin as close to your chest as possible.




Before the turn, your feet should be together.




Your feet should be kept together during the phase of the turn.




Your upper back should make contact with the mat.




You have to roll yourself quickly in order to be able to arrive back on your feet.




You have extended your neck.




Your head has touched the mat.




You have used your forearm as a support instead of your palms.




You have not directed all of your fingers forward.




You have jumped instead of rolled.




You have made your legs into scissors, instead of keeping your feet together.




You have not sufficiently propelled yourself forward.










THE FORWARD SOMERSAULT WITH LEGS EXTENDED







You should keep your legs together until the turn is finished.




After the turn, you should put your hands on the mat and push yourself forward with them.




You have separated your legs too early.




Your hands were too close together when supporting yourself.




Your hands were too far apart when supporting yourself.




You have not sufficiently propelled yourself forward.










THE HANDSPRING




You have to use your hands as a support sooner than in the somersaults.




You have to jump up first, and then fall forward.




You should slightly bend your hips.




You have jumped forward instead of up.




Your body was too extended for the movement.




You have not bent your elbows.




THE BACKWARDS SOMERSAULT




You have done the jump with your body bent.




Debes adelantar un pie antes del apoyo de las manos.




No has juntado tus pies en la vertical.




No has realizado el giro de 180 grados.




Debes aterrizar con los dos pies a la vez.




You have begun the position on your feet, instead of crouching.




You have not placed your hands in a correct position.




You have not done the turn quickly enough.




You should propel yourself by using your hands for force.




You have not straightened your elbows.










THE HEADSTAND




You should put your head and palms of your hands in the form of an equilateral triangle before beginning to balance in the position.




You should use your forehead as a support for your head.




The first part of your body that you should lift is your torso, and then your legs.




Your body should be perfectly aligned with your feet together




You have placed your three supports in a line instead of in the form of a triangle.




You have supported yourself with the top of your head.




Move your hands once as you begin the movement.




You have not kept your hips squared.




You have not sufficiently propelled yourself forward.




You have propelled yourself forward with too much force and lost control.




THE HANDSTAND




Stand with one leg forward and bent, and the other behind you and extended.




You should support yourself with firm hands, shoulder-width apart, and with your fingers pointed forward.




You should …Debes buscar el desequilibrio inclinándote hacia adelante manteniendo el tronco estirado y los hombros bloqueados.




Your two legs should come together while vertical.




You should keep your torso curved, rather than straight.




You should lower yourself while bent at the hips, and first lower one foot and then the other.







You have bent your elbows.







No has bloqueado la cadera.







You should put one foot forward.







You have not extended your foot behind you.







You should propel yourself with more force.







You have not kept your hips squared.







You have lowered yourself with both feet at the same time.







THE CARTWHEEL







Stand with your arms extended above your head.







Take a long step and support yourself with the hand closest to your forward foot.







Begin the turn, keeping your back leg extended.







Support yourself with your second hand and push yourself forward so that your legs are vertical above you with your feet separated.







You should land first with your forward foot, and second with the other







You have begun the movement with your body bent.







You should not support yourself with both hands at the same time.







You should keep your back foot extended.







You should not bend your hips during the turn.







You should not land with both feet at the same time.







THE ROUND-OFF







Begin to propel yourself with both arms extended above your head.







Take a long step and support yourself with both hands at the same time.







Lift both your legs at the same time and







Turn 180 degrees Gira 180 grados de modo que el aterrizaje se produzca orientando tu cuerpo en sentido contrario al movimiento realizado.







You have done the jump with your body bent.







Debes adelantar un pie antes del apoyo de las manos.







No has juntado tus pies en la vertical.







No has realizado el giro de 180 grados.







Debes aterrizar con los dos pies a la vez.



















LESSON 2

THE ACROSPORT

VOCABULARY



TRANSLATION

MAKE SENTENCES










Low bridge







Upright kneel







Sitting kneel







Sitting







High kneel







Standing







Front support







Side support







Stag kneel







Arabesque







On all fours







Hand support high kneel







hand support in a bent hip stand







Front lunge







Head stand







Stag head stand







Hand stand







HANDS GRIPS

Simple







Crossed double







Mixed crossed double







Double







Claw







Hand-to-wrist







Arm-to-arm







Platform







Strongest







heaviest







balanced







straight







performer







Counterbalances







To Keep







To Grasp







To Hold







To Fall







To Pull







To Push







To Climb







To Shake







To Toss







To Straighten







To Bend







To Support







To Kneel







To Lean (forward)







To Rise







To Release







To Lie down







To Face







To Step (forward, onto…)







To Crouch down, squat







Grip







Assembling







Dissasembling







Commands







Partner




Performance







Pyramid







Balance







Claw







Base (performer)







Top (performer)







Stag







Lunge







Upward







Downward








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