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  1. SPORTING BEHAVIOUR • John Terry - Positive or Negative role model

  2. LEARNING OUTCOMES • Explain key terms linked to sporting attitudes among performers • Identify examples of sporting ethics in sporting situations • Identify the causes of performer violence and solutions to these.

  3. Define • Cheating • Fair play • Sportsmanship • Gamesmanship • Features of the Contract to Compete • IS6.5 • Sporting Ethics Scenario’s

  4. Sporting DEVIANCE • Behaviour on the field of play that goes against the general norms and values of society. • What is Positive Deviancy/Negative Deviancy? • Sports Ethics match up • What causes the negative behaviour? PRESSURE

  5. Athletes Pressure that leads to deviant behaviour? • Identify types of pressure and examples of violence • Video – Sports Violence Vol.1: identify different sporting ethics

  6. 12.2 Reasons why athletes attack • Negative reaction to crowd abuse • Retaliation after a foul by an opponent • Winning becomes ‘all important’ • Frustration builds as a result of poor refereeing decisions • Why should violence by performers be discouraged?

  7. 12.3 Solutions to performer violence Solution • Improve stewarding and policing of fans; use of CCTV • Harsher penalties for foul play • Educate on the ethos of fair play • Improve the quality of officiating; use of video technology to help officials

  8. HOMEWORK • WS6.5 • WS12.1 • 3 Athletes involved in deviant behaviour (3 different examples) • You must – identify the athlete and explain the incident • You should – explain the punishment given and impact on all involved • You could – discuss the fairness for both sides