Individual Differences

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  • Individual Differences
    • Diability
      • Exists in 4 areas
        • Physical Mental Permanent Temporary
      • Inclusion... is a policy that no one should experience barriers to learning as a result of their...
        • ...diability, gender, special educational needs, ethnicity, social group, sexual orientation, race or culture
      • Sporting Adaptations
        • All sports can be adapted for either general or specific abilities
        • Adapted equipment
          • E.g. Football - a ball that sounds when it mover for the visual impaired or blind
        • Diability Classifications (3 groups)
          • Sports fro the deaf, Sports for persons with physical disabilities, Sports for persons with intellectual disabilities.
        • Facilities
          • Legal requirement for all facilities to cater for the disabled in the ways of access, parking and provisions
    • 3 Body Types (Somatotyping)
      • Endomorph
        • Fat (D=dumpy)
          • Large Body Frame, high percentage of body fat, wipe hips and shoulders, short legs
            • E.g. Rugby Player / weight lifter
      • Ectomorph
        • T = thin
          • long, slender and thin, narrow shoulders and hips, very little muscle or body fat
            • E.g. Jockey / Gymnast
      • Mesomorph
        • M =  muscular
          • Broad and wide shoulders,  muscular arms and legs, little fat
            • E.g. Basketball player / Swimmer
      • Physique


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