Classification of Skills

Classification of Skills
Skill Acqusition
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What are simple skills?
A skill involving limited judgements and decisions.
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What are complex skills?
A skill involving many decisions to be made.
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What are open skills?
A skill that is affected the environment.
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What are closed skills?
A skill that is takes place in the same, predictable environment.
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What are self-paced skills?
A skill where the performer controls the rate at which the skill is executed.
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What are externally-paced skills?
A skill where the environment controls the rate of the skill.
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What is a gross skill?
A skill that involves large muscle movements.
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What is a fine skill?
A skill that involves more intricate movements using small muscle groups.
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What is a discrete skill?
A skill that has a clear beginning and end.
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What is a serial skill?
A skill that has several discrete elements that are put together to make an integrated movement or sequence.
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What is a continuous skill?
A skill that has no clear beginning or end.
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What is a high organisation skill?
A skill that has sub-routines that are very difficult to separate.
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What is a low organisation skill?
A skill that has easily identified sub-routines.
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What are simple skills?

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A skill involving limited judgements and decisions.

Card 3

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What are complex skills?

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Card 4

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What are open skills?

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Card 5

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What are closed skills?

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