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Acquiring Movement Skills
Classification of abilities relating to movement skills
Ability Skill
Natural/ inherited Learnt
Can be slightly improved Can be greatly improved
Enduring (hold on to them forever) Will not stay with you for life
Several abilities make a skill You need good ability to be good at a skill
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Progressive part Whole part whole Whole Part practise
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Part of complex skill They try the whole skill Skill taught as Low organisation. Can be broken
practise in isolation. first. Teacher then whole. High down into sub routines to reduce
Then linked to form identifies the parts of the organisation, low complexity. Parts practised in
larger parts before skill that the learner complexity. E.g. isolation before being put together
being combined into the struggles with. They sprinting and as a whole. E.g. tennis serve (Grip,
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Acquiring Movement Skills
Phases of learning
Guidance and its impact on performance…read more

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Acquiring Movement Skills
Methods of practice
Practise method Most appropriate Strengths Weaknesses
Massed grooving in Experienced, highly motivated learners Can cause
Learners practice habitual skills who have high fitness levels fatigue.
continuously simple and Can save time ­ skill don't have to be De motivati
without breaks or discrete skill re-introduced leading to p
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Acquiring Movement Skills
Information processing (Unit 3)
Information Processing Model
Welford's Model: Whiting's Model:
Includes: Includes:
1. Display: Environment you're in (e.g. teammates, 1. Display: Environment you're in e.g. teammat
opponents, spectators, noise) opponents, spectators, noise, and umpires et
2. Sensory information: Vision, hearing and Proprioception some of this info will be noticed and stimulat
gathers info so we are aware of what is happening. the sensory systems...
3. Internal sensors: Proprioceptors and interoceptors
2. Receptor Systems: Refers to the sense organ
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Acquiring Movement Skills
INPUT Enviromental stimuli
e.g. ball/crowd, opposition, team mates
RECEPTORS Receive the stimuli
(SENSE Smell/tatse ­ not relervant to sport
ORGANS) Hearing ­ other team mate
Vision ­ seeing player move
Propriception ­ position our bosy is in
Touch ­ allows us to weigh a pass
Equilibrium ­ balanced gymnastics
Kinaesthesis ­ feeling is the skill was correct
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Acquiring Movement Skills
TRANSLATOR Decision making
Y MECHANISM Response time = reaction time + movement time
Reaction time ­ time from gun going off to the sprinter
putting pressure on his starting blocks
Movement time ­ time from sprinter frist pressing on
their blocks to when they cross the finish line
Response time ­ time from when the gun goes off to the
sprinter crossing the finish line
Theories of reaction
Single channel hypothesis- only deal with one stimulus at
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Have you done these for the other topics??


Alex, a guy called Bob has detailed notes the other two topics if you haven't already found anything.


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