Characteristics of skills

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What are the essential characteristics of a skill? ( ACEFACE)
Aesthetically pleasing, Consistent, Efficient, Fluent, Accurate, Controlled, Economical.
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What is a skill?
The learned ability to bring about predetermined results with the minimum outlay of time, energy or both.
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What is an open skill?
A skill performed in an unpredictable environment.
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What is a closed skill?
A skill performed in predictable environments.
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What is a gross skill?
A skill that uses large muscle groups.
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What is a fine skill?
A skill that uses smaller muscle groups.
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What is a self paced skill?
When the performer controls the start and the speed of the skill.
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What is a externally paced skill?
When the performer has no control over the start and the speed of the skill.
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What is a discrete skill?
A skill that has no clear beginning and end.
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What is a serial skill?
A skill that contains several discrete skills in order to make a more integrated movement.
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What is a low organised skill?
A skill that is easily broken into parts.
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What is a highly organised skill?
A skill that is not easily broken down into parts.
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What is a simple skill?
A skill that requires few decisions when being performed.
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What is a complex skill?
A skill that requires decision making using lots of information when performed.
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The learned ability to bring about predetermined results with the minimum outlay of time, energy or both.

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What is a skill?

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A skill performed in an unpredictable environment.

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A skill performed in predictable environments.

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A skill that uses large muscle groups.

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