Test will be the following days.
Monday, Nov. 4th
4th Grade – Room 202
6th Grade – Rooms 308 and 310
8th Grade – Rooms 302 and 305
Tuesday, Nov. 5th
7th Grade – Rooms 304 and 307
Wednesday, Nov. 6th
4th Grade – Rooms 201 and 203
5th Grade – Room 212
7th Grade – Room 303
Thursday, Nov. 7th
5th Grade- Rooms 210 and 211
6th Grade – Room 309
8th Grade – Room 306
Flag FOOTBALL STUDY GUIDE
• A touchdown is worth 6 pts.
• NO rushing the punter and NO fake punts
• A player is down if their knee touches the ground
• All players are eligible receivers
• The offensive team is given 4 downs to score or get a 1st down
• Offside (5 yds.) – crossing Line of Scrimmage before the snap of the ball.
• False Start (5 yds.) – This is an offensive penalty in which one of the line moves before the ball is snapped.
• Holding (10 yds.) – The offensive player holding an opponent
• Unnecessary roughness (15 yds.) – tackling, tripping or pushing
• Defense– the team trying to prevent the opponent from scoring. The team that does not have the ball.
• Offense – The team attempting to score. The team that has possession of the ball.
• Line of Scrimmage – the spot of the ball before a play
• Fumble – when the ball carrier drops the ball while running (dead ball)
• Interception – when a defensive player catches an offensive pass
• Reception– when an offensive player catches a pass
• Kick Off– To start the game, after a team scores and to start the second half.
• 3 types of Passes– Center, Forward and Lateral.
- Center – snaps the ball to the quarterback (may receive a pass)
- Quarterback – calls for the snap of the ball to start offensive play. May run the ball, may pass the ball, may handoff the ball during play
- Running back – lines up behind the quarterback. May run the ball or go out to receive a pass
- Wide Receiver – primary purpose is to go out to receive a pass.
- Guard – Stands next to the center. Blocks the defensive tackles so the quarterback does not get sacked.
________ Line of Scrimmage _______________
O(1) (2) O O (3) O (2) O O (1)
1, Wide Receivers
5. Running Back
- Defensive Tackles –Stands in front of the guards and rushes the quarterback.
- Corner Back – Stands in front of the wide receiver and prevents the wide receiver from receiving a pass.
- Linebacker – Plays behind the defensive line and perform various duties depending on the situation, including rushing the passer, covering receivers, and defending against the run.
- Safety – The safety are defensive backs who line up from ten to fifteen yards behind the line of scrimmage and help out the corner backs.
_________ Line of Scrimmage _____________
X (1) (2) X X (2) X X (1)
- Corner Back
- Defensive Tackles
- 3. Linebacker
If you have any questions please ask me in class or email me.