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  1. HIGHER PE Focussed Data Collection

  2. Why??? • After analysing my stroke repertoire observation schedule and video analysis, it was evident that my main weakness in badminton is my overhead clear. Therefore, I used 2 methods of focussed data collection to look at the clear in more detail…..

  3. TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS OBSERVATION SCHEDULE

  4. Method 1: Technique Analysis Observation Schedule Process: • Watched a model performer as many times as necessary to gain set criteria (P.A.R/sub routines) • Having written criteria in the form of a technique analysis observation schedule my Clear was observed in a feeder drill. • An observer sat at the side of the court and watched whilst a feeder played high serves to the back of the court as many times as necessary for me to side step back, return the clear and recover to base. • The observer put a tick or cross next to each criteria to highlight whether it was a strength or weakness.

  5. Technique Analysis Observation Schedule Why Appropriate? • Model performer paints a visual picture of what the shot should look like. (Mechanics and flightpath) • Permanent record due to written format for comparison at a later date. • Comparison to a model allowed identification of strengths and weaknesses in sub routines. • Through observing the model it motivates you to strive to reach the same standard. • Objective feedback – Non bias • Allows training priorities and goals to be made specific to your flaws. • Closed environment for assessment so that you and the observer can isolate the weakness.

  6. Court Diagram Observation Schedule Process • 1 set against an opponent of equal ability. • An observer sat and recorded the outcome of my overhead clears. • An observer recorded where my clears were played from and to on the court.

  7. Court Diagram Observation Schedule Why? Why? Why? • TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS PLUS COURT DIAGRAM = MORE RELIABLE AND VALID RESULTS • Tells you the flight path and outcome of the clears which are not highlighted in the TAOS providing a more holistic view of performance. • Objective Non bias feedback again. • Converted to statistics which are hard to argue with. • Reinforces TAOS findings based on placement. • Written evidence which can be used as a comparison at a later date. • Competitive game places the clear under pressure when against equal opponent.

  8. Why use model performers? • Paints a visual picture of how a skill should be performed. (visual feedback When and why?) • Provides us with set criteria (P.A.R) • Provides a bench mark a starting point to develop performance. • Allows us to make comparison to identify strengths and weaknesses in our sub routines. (Detect flaws) • Based on the results we can set realistic training goals and priorities related to stage of learning. • Through observing a model it motivates us to strive to reach the same standard. • Can be used to gauge improvements following a period of practice. • Range and quality of movements of an automatic player highlighted