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  1. Intermediate 1/ 2 PE Skills & Techniques Lesson 9

  2. Plan for the next couple of weeks • Today (Tues. 16th March) • Final gymnastics practice before assessment. • Final revision period before skills & techniques end of unit assessment. • Thursday (Thurs. 18th March) • Final trampolining practice before assessment • Tuesday (Thurs. 23rd March) • You will all be assessed on your gymnastics apparatus sequence. • Skills & techniques end of unit assessment • Thursday (Thurs. 18th March) • You will be assessed on your trampolining sequence

  3. Aim of Today’s lesson • Revise certain aspects of skills & techniques. • Continue to practice exam like question in preparation for our end of unit test. • Ask questions about any area of skills & techniques that you are finding difficult.

  4. Methods of Practice • Gradual Build-up • Whole-Part-Whole • Repetition Practice

  5. Whole-Part-Whole • Used by performers who already have some experience of the skill. • The WHOLE skill is practiced first. • A weakness in the performance is identified using a Model Performer observation schedule. • The learner then practices the PART of the skill that wasn’t performed correctly. • After improving the weak part of the skill the learner performs the WHOLE skill again. • When performing the whole skill again the learner pays special attention to the part just practiced.

  6. Repetition Practice • Used by performers that only make small mistakes whilst performing a skill. • The skill is practiced over and over again. • After every performance the performer receives feedback from a coach or team mate. • The performer concentrates in improving the part of the skill the feedback relates to on their next attempt. • After a certain number of practices the performer will have a break or move onto a new skill. • Why do you think this is?

  7. Qu. 1.Select two methods of practice from the list below and describe how they were used to develop your weakness. • Gradual Build-up • Whole-Part-Whole • Repetition Practice • Method of Practice 1………..(2) • Method of Practice 2………..(2)

  8. Gradual Build Up • Gradual build up broke the skill down into smaller, simpler stages. • The stages I went through were donkey kick, walk feet up the wall, handstand against the wall, handstand with support, handstand forward roll. • I didn’t move on until I had performed the each stage successfully 3 times.

  9. Repetition Practice • When I became proficient (good) at the skill I repeated it over and over. • This allowed me to ‘groove’ the skill and make it automatic. • After each attempt my partner gave me a small piece of feedback to concentrate on for next time.

  10. Whole-Part-Whole • I performed the full skill but realised there was a weakness within it. • I then isolated (took the weakness out) the weak part of my skill & practiced it on its own. • When I felt I had improved the weakness I put the skill back together. I then practiced the full skill again.

  11. Question 2 • How did you use motivation or concentration orfeedback when developing this skill? (2)

  12. Model Answer - Feedback • I used feedback from my model performer observation schedule to create practices that would develop my weakness. • During my practice I received verbal feedback from my teacher. I focused on developing this area during my next attempt. • Praise built my confidence as I practiced.

  13. Question 3 • What goals/targets did you set yourself when developing this skill/technique? (2)

  14. Model Answer • By breaking the skill down into smaller stages I had set myself small, achievable goals. • My specific goals were…to lock my arms during the handstand and to reach forwards out of the forwards roll to stand up without using my hands.

  15. Question 4 • How did developing this skill/technique improve your overall performance? (2)

  16. Model Answer • The handstand forward roll is a complex skill. • My routine now contains more complex skills with high tariffsthat are performed with controland fluency allowing me to gain a higher mark. • Being able to perform the skill automaticallyallows me to perform it to a high level without thinking about it. This allows me to focus on forthcoming skillsto ensure they are executed with control and fluency.

  17. Now • Are there any questions on skills & techniques & gymnastics?

  18. For next weeks test you should; • Study the information in your gymnastics bible & use the steps to success to see how you are progressing. • Use the notes in your class jotter & the online powerpoints for extra information.

  19. Finally……… • If you are struggling with any part of the course come & see me before Tuesday.

  20. Homework • For Thursday 18th March • These questions will aid your revision! • Choose 1 method of practice and describe how you used it to develop your weakness.(2) • How did you use feedback to develop your weakness? (2) • What goals/ targets did you set yourself whilst developing your weakness? (2)