"Using good sportsmanship in Everyday life
Do you want to get hit on the head with a flying elbow because the other team lost? Of course not! No matter the age you can be faced with this threat. You should not ever get smacked with a elbow, but every sport has its bad sportsman. The reason may be that they don't understand sportsmanship.
One way I can help others understand sportsmanship is by setting a good example. This past summer some of us were playing football. Jonathon, a guy from the other team, hit me really hard. This hurt a lot. I got back up and continued playing. Later one Jonathon fell down. I went over and helped him back on his feet. I hope I helped Jonathon understand sportsmanship.
Another way I can help others is to encourage them to learn from their mistakes. Do you know when you make a mistake you should try not to make it again? It is the same way in sports. Let's say a baseball player yells at the umpire because he called the player out. I as a friend could explain to him that yelling at the umpire was wrong but to learn from that mistake.
The best way I can help others is by to talk about how to promote good sportsmanship. My main target would be parents and students. I could put a paper together over good sportsmanship in action. I could show it at a school ballgames, during half-time.
Good sportsmanship should be used in the home as well. A family is like the team. Mom and Dad are the coaches, and the children are the players in the game of life. A household cannot work if the "team is fighting. No meals will be cooked, the house will be all messy, and nobody would get anywhere on time if the "team doesn't work together. A family has to show good sportsmanship in order to function in everyday life.
If you're a bad sportsman you can change! All you have to do is just remember when you're ma