GCSE PE Year 10 Lesson 1 Skill

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GCSE PE Year 10
Lesson 1
Skill
Skill Aquisition
• Learning Objectives:
• Be able to explain what skill is.
• Be able to explain the different aspects of skill
Continium
• Be able to explain the different forms of feedback
and the importance of it
Starter
1. How many bones make up the human skeleton
2. What does the term role model mean?
Skill what is it?
Q.
What is Skill ?
Task:
In pairs discuss and write your own
definition of what you thing the term
mean?
Skill
Skill is a physical movement that is :1. A learned response to a stimulus.
2. A predetermined movement pattern.
3.Performed with minimum outlay and effort
Definition of skill
“Skill is learned ability to bring about a
predetermined response with
maximum certainty and the minimum
amount of effort”
Skilled sportsperson
In pairs choose a sportsperson you believe to be
skilled.
Justify your answer why you have chosen this
person. Referring to the definition of skill in your
answer
Classification of Skill
Why do you think
skill is classified?
Skill Classification
Skill is either
BASIC or COMPLEX
Basic
• We learn a lot of basic skills at an early age
• Basic skills are transferable between lots of
different sports and situations.
• You have to master the basic skills before
moving onto the complex skills
Examples: Running, catching, throwing, dodging
and hopping
Complex
• Require more co-ordination and control
• Specific to a particular sport (non transferable)
• Take a lot of practice to master.
• With your partner think of at 5
skills that you consider complex
Complex skills
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Smash shot in badminton
Tennis serve
Volley in football
Lay up in basketball
Triple jump
Shot put
Types of Skill
There are two types of skill
OPEN and CLOSED
Open Skill
• Are skills most influenced by external factors.
• For example the environment is constantly
changing.
• Movements have to be adapted.
• Skills are predominantly perceptual.
• Skills is mostly externally paced.
• Draw a spider diagram with 6 legs and give
examples of sports examples
Closed Skills
• Skills follow a set pattern of movement,
regardless of external factors.
• Take place in a stable predictable enviroment
• Perform know exactly what to do and when
• Skill are not affected by the enviroment
• Have a clear beginning end ending
• Skills tend to be self paced.
• Draw a spider diagram with 8 legs and give
examples of sports examples
In reality though…
• Most skills fall between Open and Closed
• Open Skills
• Closed skills
Are these closed or open skills?
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Golf swing
Start dive in swimming
Goalkeeper in football
Tennis Serve
Gymnast on a beam
100m sprint start
Shot putt
Skiing on an empty piste
What is feedback?
In pair discuss what
you think it is..
Feedback
What is feedback?
Simple terms:
• When we learn new skills we need information to
let us know whether we are ding it correct or
incorrect. Called FEEDBACK
More advance definition
is the information that a performer receives about
their performance, whether that performance is in
practice, a training session, or during a competition.
Different types of feedback
Two types of feedback:
Intrinsic Feedback
Extrinsic Feedback
Intrinsic Feedback
• Intrinsic feedback is information that a
performer receives from his or her own
experiences.
Extrinsic Feedback
Extrinsic Feedback
• Extrinsic feedback is the information that a
performer receives from an outside source.
This information may come from a coach, a
teammate, scores during a competition, crowd
or video analysis.
There are two components of
feedback
Components of
Feedback
Knowledge of
Results
KR
Knowledge of
Performance
KP
KP and KR
KP
KR
Knowing how you
performed
regardless of result
Tells you what you
achieved but not
how you did it
Knowledge of performance
A trampolinist performing a
somersault will know whether
they have completed the
360 degree turn and landed upright.
They would of felt the action was
good or bad from within their body.
Think of an example from your sport?
Knowledge of Results
• If the trampolinist receives the information
about her performance from the judges
scores, coach tell them about routine, crowds
reaction.
The Importance of Feedback
• Both intrinsic and extrinsic feedback are
important when coaching. But if not used
properly, they can also be detrimental to the
ultimate goal, which is to help a
sportsman/women to improve.
Feedback should be…
• Feedback needs to be positive not negative
• Given quickly after a session or performance
to reinforce learning.
• Should be FOCUSED on key area of concern
• Concentrate on what needs to be done and
not you did wrong
Homework
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Skills homework is on wiki spaces
Year 10
PE shared pages
Complete by next Sunday

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