The 1st part of the e-courses will provide you with information on how to
deal with inequality of opportunities in sports.
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Question 1: Which skills are particularly important to develop for socially vulnerable youth? (Tick all that apply)
a. Speed and reactionb. Emotional skillsc. Social skillsd. Sport technique
Question 2:What are the typical barriers for people with disabilities to participate in sport? (Tick all that apply)
a. A too broad ray of opportunities and programmes, difficult to choose, understand which one is good enoughb. Too few accessible facilities due to physical barriersc. Limited information on and access to resourcesd. A psychological problem: the difficulty of recognition of your own disability which restricts starting/doing sports for people with disability
Question 3: Making combined teams is one of the best ways to tackle social exclusion of LGBTQI people.
a. Trueb. False
Question 4: How does increased contact between in-group and out-group members reduce bias and conflict?
a. Group members start to focus on similarities, rather than differencesb. The coach always prevents conflicts among group membersc. After the arising conflict, they start being friends
Question 5: In what ways do sport activities enable socially vulnerable youth to develop diverse life skills? (Tick all that apply)
a. Development of cognitive life skills such as self-regulation skillsb. Improved self-esteemc. Improved wellbeingd. Improved executive functioning
Question 6: According to the TREE method, what are the aspects of sport activities that can be modified in order to include all? (Tick all that apply)
a. Teaching/Coaching Styleb. Equipmentc. Environmentd. Rules and Regulations
Question 7: According to the STEP method, what are the areas of focus, which can be modified to cater for the skills, abilities and needs of the group (in order to include all)? (Tick all that apply)
a. Peopleb. Rulesc. Equipmentd. Spacee. Task
Question 8: What challenge do coaches often face when they train girls?
a. Girls tend to take criticism very personallyb. Girls do not want to do sportsc. Girls do not like competitiond. Girls tend to start conflicts among each other
Question 9: Is competition equally important for girls as for boys?
a. Yesb. No
Question 10: What are the main things that coaches should do when teaching girls? (Tick all that apply)
a. Criticize themb. Speak low and always be nicec. Challenge themd. Create rules for them to followe. Be a person, that you think girls expect you to be
Question 11: What are the main challenges that sports organizations (for people with disability) face? (Tick all that apply)
a. Getting people involved/ building a communityb. There is no competitionc. Lack of motivationd. Too many people wanting to do sports, no facilitiese. Lack of funding
Question 12: Why is sitting volleyball a great sport enabling the fostering of social inclusion of people with disabilities? (Tick all that apply)
a. It is a sport, where people with disability and without it can play in same conditionsb. It is very easy to play with any disabilityc. There are many facilities specifically for this sport (free of charge)d. It does not need as much investment as, for example, basketball, to be adapted for disabled people
Question 13: What are successful ways to promote sports inclusion for the underprivileged? (Tick all that apply)
a. Providing financial support/aidb. Organising free trainingsc. Providing transportation to access sport facilitiesd. Providing equipment for sportse. Looking for sponsorships from local companies/individuals
Question 14: How to attract youngsters to sports?
a. Offering them sweetsb. Trying to make them love the sports is the way to goc. Forcing them, there is no other way
Question 15: Why is sport a useful tool to include foreign communities/refugees? (Tick all that apply)
a. Sport is a universal languageb. You do not need any previous knowledge or experiencec. Sport does not discriminated. Sport is good for all ages
Question 16: What are the things that help organizations to successfully lead programs for disadvantaged groups? (Tick all that apply)
a. Flexibility of the actions, readiness to adapt to new situationsb. Clear rules, goals and objectivesc. Cooperation with local and international organizations
Question 17: Which sports programs allow Roma children to be involved? (Tick all that apply)
a. Recreationalb. Competitive
Question 18: How can we reduce the chance that people will refuse to accept Roma people into training groups?
a. We should place emphasis on equality and equal accessibility from a very young age (in primary education)b. We should never mix nationals and Roma people in the training groups
Question 19: When teaching seniors and children folk dances, you have to give basic explanations really slowly, and you have to show the movement yourself.
a. Trueb. False
Question 20: Where should you start when teaching folk dances?
a. Creating pairsb. Working with your students on the design of the dance
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