AS Level PE Revision (Acquring Movement Skills)

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  • AS Level PE Revision (Acquring Movement Skills)
    • The Continuums
      • Pacing
        • Self Paced, Eternally Paced
      • Continuity
        • Continuous, Serial, Discrete
      • Difficulty
        • Simple, Complex
      • Environmental
        • Open, Closed
      • Organisation
        • Low, High
      • Muscular Involvement
        • Gross - Fine
    • Types of Practice
      • Part Practice
        • This involves working on subroutines with the intention of perfecting it. Mostly used for activities with a low organisation.
      • Whole Practice
        • Skills that are often high in organisation are taught as one (the whole skill)
      • Whole Part Whole Practice
        • This invovles the skill being done fully, working on a sub routine and then fpr that sub routine to be reintroduced into the skill
      • Progressive Part Practice
        • This method teaches skills in isolation and then combined to form the whole skill
    • Types of Guidance
      • Manual Guidance
        • Involves coach physically holding the student in the correct position
      • Mechanical Guidance
        • Float in swimming
      • Visual Guidance
        • Watching your own perfomance after being filmed
      • Verbal Guidance
        • Feedback from a coahc or teacher
    • The Stages of Learning
      • Autonomous Stage
        • It is the final stage, the MP are well established performer can do things with muinmum conscious thoguht
      • Associative Stage
        • 2nd stage, which is known as the stage of practice
          • MPs are developed and sub routines become more coordinated (increase the flow)
      • Cognitive Stage
        • 1st stage, the learner is trying to create a mental picture of the skill.
        • mistakes are frequent and successes are reinforced with positive feedbakc
    • Reaction Times
      • Response Time
        • = Reaction Time
          • X Movement Time
            • The time it takes from starting the movement time to completing it.
          • The time between the onset of a stimulus and the movement to respond.
      • Factors affecting reaction Time
        • External Factors
          • The liklihood of the stimulus occuring
          • Stimulus Intensity
          • If a warning is given
        • Internal Factors
          • Age
          • Gender
          • Limb Use
          • Personality
          • Alertness
          • Temperature of Body
          • Sensory System
      • Hick's Law
        • According to the law the more responses that are possible, the longer the reaction time will be.
      • Single Channel Hypothesis
    • Types of Feedback
      • Positive
      • Knowledge of Result
      • Negative
      • Intrinsic
      • Extrinsic
      • Concurrent
      • Terminal
      • Knowledge of Performance
      • Feedbakc is the information recieved both during and after the exercise
    • Types of Motivation
      • Intrincsic Motivation
        • To have fun
        • To keep fit
        • For the satisfaction of success
      • Extrinsic Motivation
        • Praise from coaches or parents
        • Tangible Rewards
          • Medals
          • Money
    • Transfer
      • Bilateral Transfer
      • Proactive Transfer
      • Postitve Transfer
      • Retroactive Transfer
      • Negative Transfer
      • Transfer means the influence that one skill has on the learning and performance of another

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