12 mark questions (skill Acquisition)

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  • 12 Mark Questions (skill Acquisition)
    • Teaching Styles
      • Discovery Style
        • Teacher guides student to answer
        • Creativity, communication and teamwork,
      • Reciprocal style
        • Pair Work - student as coach
        • Teacher makes decisions but more student input
      • Problem solving
        • Set a problem for learners to solve (tactics)
      • Command style
        • High Teacher input
        • Instuctional
        • Automatic
    • Presentation of practice
      • Distributed
        • With Breaks/rest
      • Mental Practice
        • Internal - through own eyes
        • External - watch yourself
      • Massed
        • Without Breaks/rest
      • Variable
        • Mixture of all practices
    • Feedback
      • Negative
        • Critical comments - improvement
      • knowledge of results
        • Feedback about outcome
      • Posititve
        • Praises - motivates
      • Knowledge of performance
        • Correct or reinforce movement
      • Extrinsic
        • Outside - correct errors
      • Continuous
        • During skill - can motivate or reinforce
      • Intrinsic
        • From within - reinforces
      • Terminal
        • After skill - motivate or reinforce or correct
    • Types of practice
      • Progressive part
        • Chaining - learning in a sequence
          • E.g. 1 then learn 1+2 then 1+2+3 then 1+2+3+4
      • Whole-part-whole
        • Game-practice-game
      • Part method
        • Break a skill into its "sub routines"
      • Whole method
        • Training Whole Skill
        • Discrete
    • Guidance
      • Manual
        • Coach aids movement
        • E.g trampoline hand support
      • Verbal
        • Instructions
      • Mechanical
        • Machines to aid movement
        • Harness, floats, cricket bowling machine
      • Visual
        • Observation
        • Demonstation
        • Video
    • Factors that need to be considered
      • Motivation or personality
      • Time
      • Size of group
      • Fitness levels
      • Type of skill (discrete, serial or continuous
      • Complexity of skill (simple or complex)
      • Stage of learning
      • Safety Levels

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