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Beach Handball’s World Beach Games Insight…

In the 2000 s, beach handball became one of the most popular plays in the world and began to reach a world-wide gathering. The first Beach Handball World Championship located within Egypt in 2004, the first IHF-1 7 World Championship took place this year in Gaeta, Italy, and in 2017 in Mauritius. In addition to international competitions, the boast is also being developed in a number of other countries, such as Australia, New Zealand and South Africans.

TEACHING HANDBALL – IHF Handball at School Booklet Series

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The Internation Handball Federation (IHF) released TEACHING HANDBALL, Volume 1: Teacher Guidelines. Editor, Dr. Ilona Hapková, and the Handball at School working group: Dr. Ilona Hapková, Dr. Luísa Estriga, Craig Rot produced the publication. The graphics, provided by Barbora Nemethová. The photos are credited to the IHF database, Ivan Dostál.

Handball is the fastest team sport with a ball in the world. In recent years, handball has become one of the most popular sports in the world. The fast-growing popularity of the sport is attributed to its fun dynamic gameplay that can be played anywhere with minimal equipment.
Handball is the fastest team sport with a ball in the world. In recent years, handball has become one of the most popular sports in the world. The growing popularity of the sport is attributed to its fun, fast-paced, and dynamic gameplay that can be played anywhere with minimal equipment.

“Handball provides children the opportunity to solve key game problems through physical activity, developing important physical, psychological and social skills that will benefit them throughout their lives”.  -Dr. Hassan Moustafa, IHF President

The Handball at School rules are the basis of mini handball for beginners and/or children under 11. For the PE teachers, coaches, and administrators using this book, we sincerely hope that this Handball at School program will transform your PE curriculum, inspire your students to be active throughout their lives, and create an entire generation of handball lovers. Of all the benefits this great sport has to offer children, none are more important than fun, passion, and health.

CONTENTS

  1. Editorial
  2. BRIEF HISTORY OF HANDBALL
  3. OVERVIEW OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF HANDBALL
    1. BASIC STRUCTURE AND TERMINOLOGY 
    2. Breaking Down the Game 
    3. Terminology and Symbols 
    4. Handball Facilities 
    5. Light Version of Rules 
  4. Handball Equipment
  5. HANDBALL AT SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY
  6. METHODOLOGY AND APPROACH OF TEACHING HANDBALL
    1. Learning by Doing Methodology
    2. Handball Game-Based Approach
    3. Implementing the Handball Game-Based Approach
    4. Unit Planning
    5. Lesson Planning 
  7. BASIC COLLECTIVE PLAY 7.1 Attack 7.2 Defence
  8. HANDBALL SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES
    1. Basic Attacking Skills
    2. Basic Defence Skills
    3. Basic Goalkeeping
  9. CHARACTERISATION OF STAGES IN THe TEACHING PROCESS
    1. Beginner Level – Mini Handball
    2. Intermediate Level – Transition to Handball
    3. Advanced Level – Handball
    4. Assessment and Check Points
    5. Selecting and Long-Term Talent Development
  10. Curriculum
    1. Novice School Curriculum
    2. Beginner School Curriculum
    3. Intermediate School Curriculum
    4. Advanced School Curriculum
  11. ORGANISATION OF HANDBALL EVENTS IN SCHOOLS
    1. Festivals
    2. Tournaments
    3. Leagues
  12. Acknowledgments 
  13.  REFERENCE
  14. Appendix
    1. Developing Scope and Sequence of Lesson Planning
    2. Example of Lesson Form
    3. Guide for Events in Schools