Phases of learning

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1. Which of the following points describe the cognitive phase of learning?

  • verbal explanation, perfect performance demonstrated, trial and error practice, not smooth
  • peformance becomes smoother, mistakes are eliminated during practice, kinaesthesis gained
  • less conscious thought, focus on environmental factors, performance looks good
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2. In which order do the three phases of learning take place?

  • Cognitive, Autonomous, Associative
  • Cognitive, Associative, Autonomous
  • Associative, Cognitive, Autonomous

3. A practical example of the cognitive phase is when you are taught the overhead clear in badminton and the teacher demonstrates and describes the skill so you can visualise the skill

  • True
  • False

4. Which type of feedback is given during the autonomous phase of learning?

  • internal
  • verbal
  • positive

5. A practical example of the associative phase is when the performer can do the overhead clear consistently without paying too much attention and can now focus on placing the shuttle appropriately

  • False
  • True


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