Year 10 lesson 5 motivation original

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Year 10 GCSE PE
Lesson 5
Motivation
Aim & Objectives
• Aim: By the end of this session students will:
– Define motivation and the different types of
motivation.
• Learning Objectives: By the end of this session student will:
– Describe motivation and how it affect sport.
– Identify the different types of motivation.
– Explain how motivation can affect sports
performance.
– Key words: motivation ,guidance
Starter Activity
Q1. There are 4 different ways that skills can be
learnt name all 4 methods?
Q2. Look at the 2 pictures below what type of
method practice would be used to teach/learn
these skills?
Answers to Starter
• Question 1:
• Part Method
• Whole Method
• Variable Practice
• Fixed Practice
Question 2:
Tennis Serve PART PRACTICE
Dive in competitive Swimming: WHOLE PRACTICE
Task 1
What is motivation?
In pair discuss what
you think it is and
write down a
definition…
Motivation
Definition Level A
‘Motive – The desire to fulfil a need’ (Cox, 1988)
‘The internal mechanisms and external stimuli
which arouse and direct behaviour’ (Sage, 1977)
Definition Level B
‘Motivation is the driving force that compels
people to do something’
Motivation
• Why does someone prefer rock-climbing to
hockey?
• Are there different reasons for competing?
• Why do marathon runners continue despite
pain?
• Why do people want to improve their skills?
• In other words, what motivates people?
On the following pages
are Sporting examples
of what motivates
sports stars ?
“
Winning isn't everything,
but wanting to win is.
-Vince Lombardi
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SPORT
PS CHOLOG
“
At half-time I thought
it was a mountain to
climb, but we did it.
-Steven Gerrard
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What motivates Usain Bolt ?
How many types of
motivation do you
think there are ?
Different types of Motivation
Two types of motivation:
Intrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic Motivation
WHAT DO YOU THINK THEY MEAN? (
discuss in pairs)
SPORT
PS CHOLOG
> Intrinsic is motivation that comes from within you.
> You have a personal desire to perform to the best of your ability.
> It is internal and intangible.
love of
country/club/sport
beating your
personal best
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> Extrinsic is motivation that comes from outside you.
> You have an external desire to perform to the best of your abilities.
> It is external and tangible.
money/sponsors
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trophies/prizes
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Task 2
1. What motivated you to start playing sport?
2. Why do you still play your sport?
Is it because: 1.
2.
3.
4.
You want to win medals?
You want to reach your full potential?
You want to play in a good team?
You like the feel of when you are winning.
What do you think motivates these
players?
DISCUSS WITH A PARTNER
‘Those who are intrinsically motivated engage in an activity for the
pleasure and satisfaction they experience while learning, exploring or
trying to understand something new.’ Weinberg and Gould, 2003.
This is
motivation
from within
Repeated goal
setting in order
to progress and
maintain
motivation
A feeling of
pride and
enjoyment
in
performing
the skill
A desire to
perform
well and
succeed
Intrinsic
Motivation
Rehearsal of
successful
habits until
they are
perfect
Development of
skills and habits
to overcome
that problem
Desire to
overcome
the problem
or task
Extrinsic Motivation
• Extrinsic motivation comes from a source
outside of the performer. These are things
which can encourage the athlete to perform
and fall into two groups:
Extrinsic Motivation
Tangible Rewards
Intangible Rewards
Tangible Rewards
Physical rewards such as medals and
money. These should be used sparingly
with young athletes to avoid a
situation where winning a prize is
more important than competing well
Intangible Rewards
• Praise, recognition and achievements.
• These should be used on a regular basis to
encourage the athlete to repeat the behavior
which earned the praise.
Motivation.
• Sir Alex Ferguson is one manager who is an
excellent example of a motivator of players.
• Man United were losing 1-0 in the 89th minute
of the 1999 UEFA Champions League Cup.
WHAT DO YOU THINK HAPPENED?
You tube Video Sir Alex Ferguson
http://youtu.be/8XuBGFiSBgk
Do you think this player is motivated?
Task Level B
Consider each of the
following statements made
by athletes as to why they
are motivated, and decide
whether it is intrinsic or
extrinsic motivation factor
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I want to win medals,
I want to earn an England cap,
I want to reach my full potential,
I want to make money,
I want to play in a good team,
I want to play in front of large
crowds,
I want to give the public
enjoyment,
I want to feel good about my
performance,
I want to be recognised by the
public for my ability.
I want to feel mastery in my own
ability.
Motivation
Intrinsic motivation
• I want to reach my full
potential,
• I want to play in a good
team,
• I want to give the public
enjoyment,
• I want to feel good about
my performance,
• I want to feel mastery in my
own ability
Extrinsic motivation
• I want to win medals,
• I want to earn an England
cap,
• I want to make money,
• I want to play in front of
large crowds,
• I want to be recognised by
the public for my ability.
SPORT
PS CHOLOG
The Importance of Motivation
> It is important to be motivated in sport in order to perform well. If a sportsman or woman
is not well motivated then they will not perform to the best of their abilities.
> When the whole team is motivated you have an environment that encourages people to
all perform to the best of their abilities rather then just having individuals performing well.
> This is vital to success in sport as it is a team that wins matches rather then one or two
individuals.
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Extension Task
‘Nothing happens in sport that is devoid of motivation’ (Cox,
1991)
For each of the following individuals/teams write down what you
think may motivate them:
Individual/Team
A professional footballer
A Sunday league
footballer
A 16 year old 100m
athlete
A hockey team who have
lost their last 10 matches
A marathon runner
What may motivate them?
Plenary Activity
• In pairs partner A reads out the words in the
yellow box and partner B has to guess the
word.
PERSONALITY
Outgoing
Character
Act
Shy

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