Run the GauntletCognitive Test KINE 3280 Assessment September 22, 2011
Distribution of Answers to Questions 1-17
Test Questions • Multiple Choice: For each of the following questions circle the answer that best fits the question. • What year was “Run the Gauntlet” designed? (3 points) • 1979 • 1992 • 2001 • 2008 • What country was “Run the Gauntlet created in? (3 points) • England • France • Japan • United States of America • Other than a gym what other place did the students use to play “Run the Gauntlet”? (3 points) • Baseball field • Football Field • Pool • Track • How many times can you be tagged before a turnover occurs? (3 points) • 1 • 2 • 3 • 4
Test Questions • 5. How many players are allowed to play “Run the Gauntlet”? (4 points) • 4 • 5 • 6 • All the above • **6. Who is responsible for enforcing fair play and watching for tags? (5points) • End zone Referee • Head Referee • Scorekeeper • Captain • 7. After a team makes it to the end zone they must: (5 points) • Place the ball on the ground where the score occurs • Throw the ball away so the defenders cannot get you out • Pick up the flag and attempt to return it safely to your end zone. • Both a and c
Test Questions • 8. The original origination of “Running the Gauntlet” occurred during what time period? (5 points) • Reign of Qin Dynasty • Roman Time Era • Post Roman Time Era • Both b and c • 9. What was the original reason for using “Running the Gauntlet”? (5 points) • Enjoyment • Games • Punishment • Both A and B • 10. After the offensive team is tagged three times during one possession what occurs? (5 points) • Free shot • Turnover • Lose a player • Penalty
Answers to Questions 18-23 18. If a team scores a touchdown and returns the flag safely to their end zone they receive ONEpoint(s). 19. A(n) ELEVENTHgrade class created “Run the Gauntlet.” 20. After a score is made the team must return theFLAG back their end zone. 21. According to the Organization of “Run the Gauntlet”THREEofficials are used. 22. TheROMANS first introduced “Running the Gauntlet.” 23. The DEFENSEtries to tag or hit the opposing team with a ball when they are trying to score.
A B 24. Letter “A” represents the ENDZONE. 25. Letter “B” represents the FLAG.
Problem Questions • 6. Who is responsible for enforcing fair play and watching for tags? (5 points) • a. End Zone Referee • b. Head Referee • c. Scorekeeper • d. Captain • The team that is not playing is responsible for officiating and keeping score. There is an official (ENDZONE REFEREE) in each end zone to watch for touchdowns and proper ball placement when the team scores to make sure the ball is not being thrown. The third official (HEAD REFEREE) is responsible for watching tags and ensuring fair play is maintained.
Problem Questions • 13. After a touchdown, the defending team is allowed to run with the ball in order to tag the player running with the flag. FALSE • After a touchdown, the defenders trying to hit the flag runner are NOT allowed to run with the ball. The ball must be advanced by passes and either tag or throw the ball at the flag runner. • **This was a mistake with the test and study guide because the defensive team is allowed to run with the ball in order to tag or hit the flag runner with the ball.
Problem Questions 23. The defense tries to tag or hit the opposing the team with the ball when they are trying to score. - Three people got this question correct and one missed it. After reviewing the question a better way to ask the question would be: 23. The _________ tries to tag or hit the opposing team member that is running the flag attempting to score.
Problem Questions • 24. Letter “A” represents the endzone. • 25. Letter “B” represents the flag. • #25 received two correct and two incorrect. The incorrect response was cone. This is a correct response as the flag is in the cone, but according to the study guide it clearly states that it is labeled as the flag not the cone. • #24 received one incorrect answer that was touchdown. Once again clearly stated in the study guide it is labeled as the endzone.
Run the Gauntlet Capture the Flag