Types of feedback

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  • This is feedback from another person. E.g. teacher, coach, friend or someone watching you and telling you how you are performing. (9)
  • This is feedback that comes from the performer to see how the skill was performed. E.g. a badminton player assessing their serve after it has gone into the net again. (9)
  • This is feedback that is given after or even before the players performance. E.g. a coach analysing the players game and giving feedback on it. This also strengthens the schema in the memory. (8)
  • This is gathered during the performance of the skill, this maybe extrinsic- a coach shouting information or intrinsic- the feel of the movements. (10)
  • This is more than just picking out a weakness in the players game. It includes what the player should do to correct the fault. This feedback must be used carefully because it can easily demotivate the player, to a player who is well developed in thei (8)
  • When a skill is performed correctly giving a successful outcome. The player then knows what to repeat for the next time that they do that particular action. This can get them aroused and the player is then more motivated. This type (8)

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