Responsible Behavior In Volleyball

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Activity 1: Volleyball
Responsible behaviour 1: Compliance with instructions
Responsible behaviour 2: Managing self In this activity, some of the hazards involved were the ball, teammates, sticks and rubbish. The risks caused by these hazards are bruises, cuts, sprains, broken bones, broken equipment, embarrassment and concussion.

One way I demonstrated compliance with instructions was when we were told to check the courts for rubbish or dangerous objects in the sand I made sure to check thoroughly including under the first layer of sand. The reason that I did this was to protect my peers from getting objects in their skin which could cause a lot of pain. It also made sure that people didn't feel embarrassed because of falling over a stick.
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Possible risks that could occur because of these hazards are kicked, pushed under, drowning, bruises, cuts, sprains and rope burn.

The first way I showed compliance with instructions was when my class and I split the class into builders and swimmers. This showed this responsible behaviour because it showed our understanding of the rules as we were only allowed up to ten people on the water. We followed this rule to avoid being disqualified which would have made people upset and annoyed which could have caused fights and emotional trauma between friends and our class. It also meant we didn’t have a lot of people on the water which would increase the chances of people being injured. This would have happened because it would mean there would be a larger number of people in the same amount of space giving people less space to move causing them to trip or accidentally kick somebody. The outcome of our class doing this was overall positive. This was because nobody got injured and everybody had fun while building the raft and during the racing of
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We did this by adding another tyre tube to a rope trailing behind the raft for people to grab onto if they let go and got stranded. This meant that nobody got embarrassed or annoyed by people letting go because the consequence was disqualification if the person got more than five metres away. It also ensured nobody drowned because they always had something to hold onto. This showed compliance with instructions because we listened to how we could get disqualified, absorbed that information and used it in the design of the raft. This was effective because even though nobody needed to use it people were assured that if they did let go they wouldn’t let the team down. I think this meant people worked harder because they weren’t worried about what would happen if they got too
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