a level pe skill acquistion

skill - a learned ability to bring about pre-determined results
abilities are natural, skill has to be developed
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motor skill - an action/task that has a goal and that requires voluntary body and or limb movement to achieve the goal and is learned rather than innate
motor skills are affected by
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muscular involvement
enviroment influence
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continuity
pacing
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difficulty
organisation
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serial - lots of discrete skills put together
continum
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how difficult is the movement? simple-compex
size of uscular movement gross-fine
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does the enviroment affect the skill? open-closed
who contros the timing of the movement? selfpaced-externaly paced
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is there a definite beginning and end? contiuous-serial-discrete
organistaion low-high
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theory of transfer- the effect of the learning and performnce of one skill on the learning and performance of another (occurs in many ways)
positive- when the learning and performance of one skill helps the learning and performnace of another happens when the two skills have similar shape/form
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negative- when the learning and performance of one skill hinders the learning and performance of another skill happens when there is some familiarity with the enviroment in which the skill is performed
bilateral- the transfer of learning from one limb to another, trnasferred across the body kinaesthetic awareness from dominant limb when pplied to the other limb can improve performance
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zero- the learning of one skill has no effect on another as the two skills in question have no similarities/aspect of confusion
proactive- the influence of one skill on a skill yet to be perfomed
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