Methods of presenting practice

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  • methods of presenting Practice.
    • Whole
      • When the skill is presented in entirety and not is subroutines.
    • Whole-part-whole.
      • When the learner attempts the whole skill first then practises subroutines separately before trying the skill again.
        • Dis: time consuming/only low organised skills/ hard to develop a full kinematics feel at first.
        • Ads: weak parts of the routine can be worked on separately/ fluency between subroutines is kept/ kinaesthesis is kept as a whole /good at increasing confidence.
    • Progressive Part.
      • Dis: very time consuming/ only low organised skill/ hard to get a kinaesthetic feel of the whole skill/ hard to gain fluidity.


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