classifications of skills

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what is an open skill?
Those that are affected by the environment, they need to be constantly adapted by the performer to meet requirements e.g. dribbling in football
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How can we practice open skills?
Variable practice and dirtributed practice.
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what is a closed skill?
Thise that are not effected by the environment they do not need to be adapted because the situations around the performer are stable e.g. a penalty in football.
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How can we practice closed skills?
Massed practices and fixed practices.
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What is a basic skill?
Those that are simple, little thought, not much information to be processed, little decision making required e.g. running
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How can we practice basic skills?
Massed practices and fixed practices
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What is a complex skill?
Those that are difficult, require thought/concentrations/decision making e.g. rock climbing
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How can we practice complex skills?
Distributed practice and variable practice.
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What is a low organisation skill?
Those that are easy to do have clear seperate phases (can be broken down )e.g. triple jump
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How can we practice low organisation skills?
Massed practice.
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What is a high organistaion skill?
Those that are harder to do and hard to break down to phases e.g. golf swings
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How can we practice high organisation skills?
Fixed practice and distributed practice.
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