whole method

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  • whole method
    • performed when the skill needs to practised in total
      • the skill is simple
      • has high organisati-on
      • has discrete skills of short succession - movement rapid/ballistic
      • can not be broken down into parts
      • temporal or spatial co-ordination is required
    • examples
      • somersault in gym
      • dart throw
      • snooker shoot
      • tennis serve
      • football penalty kick
    • the performer would be
      • experienced
      • high attention levels
      • later stages of learning
      • older and highly motivated
      • and uses distributed practice

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