- Feedback can be given during or after a performance
- It is most effective when given close to a performance so the performance is fresh in the participants mind
- Feedback motivates, changes the performance and reinforces learning
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- Knowledge of Result
- Knowledge of Performance
- Intrinsic Feedback
- Extrinsic Feedback
- Continuouse Feedback
- Terminal Feedback
- Positive Feedback
- Negative Feedback
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- Intrinsic Feedback - a type of continuous feedback about a performance that comes from within you.
- e.g. to enjoy going for a jog can encourage you to repeat the activity
- Extrinsic Feedback - feedback about a performance that comes from external sources
- e.g. your teacher praises your attempt at passing in hockey which encourages you to continue trying
- Knowledge of Result - is external feedback and can come from the performer being told the result of their response.
- e.g. wanting to improve your score after an archery event might encourage you to practise harder
- Knowledge of Performance - feedback about the pattern of movement that is or has taken place.
- e.g. your trampolining coach might give you information about your somesalt technique which might encourage you to work on performing this in the future
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