What is the definition of a skill? Give

What is the definition of a skill? Give

What is the definition of a skill? Give 3 examples of a skill What is the definition of an ability? Give 3 examples of an ability Describe the skill classifications of open V closed Name 3 examples of a gross skill Name 3 examples of an externally paced skill Describe the skill classifications of gross V fine Name 3 examples of a self paced skill Name 3 examples of an externally paced skill Classification of Skills Describe the skill classifications of self paced V externally paced Name 3 examples of an open skill

Name 3 examples of a closed skill Name 3 examples of a basic skill Name 3 examples of a complex skill Describe the skill classifications of basic V complex Describe a performance goal Describe an outcome goal In a sporting activity of your choice give an example of a performance and outcome goal What type of goal should a beginner avoid and justify why? S M In a sporting example of your choice, apply SMART to a specific target linked to the sport A R

T Goal setting and SMART targets Describe T from the acronym SMART Describe R from the acronym SMART What do you understand by the acronym SMART? Describe A from the acronym SMART Describe S from the acronym SMART Describe M from the acronym SMART What are the four stages of the information processing model? Describe the first stage of the information processing model Describe the second stage of the information processing model What do you understand by the term selective attention?

In a sporting activity of your choice, describe the four stages of the information processing model making clear reference to a specific skill Basic Information Processing Model Describe the third stage of the information processing model Describe the fourth stage of the information processing model What are the two types of feedback? What are the four types of guidance? Describe one type of guidance? Describe a second type of guidance What types of guidance are most suited to beginners and elite athletes? Justify your answers In a sporting activity of your choice, describe how all four types of guidance could be used Types of Guidance

Describe a fourth type of guidance Describe a third type of guidance Describe intrinsic feedback Give an example Describe extrinsic feedback Give an example Describe positive feedback Give an example Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Types of Feedback Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Describe knowledge of performance Give an example

Describe knowledge of results Give an example Is this suitable for a beginner? Justify your answer Describe negative feedback Give an example What is the definition of arousal? Draw the inverted U theory. Correctly labelling X axis as the arousal level and Y axis as the performance level Describe the inverted U theory Arousal Levels & Stress Management Techniques Skill Arousal Level Rugby tackle Putting in golf Lay up in basketball Throwing a dart Shot putt Smash shot in badminton Name and describe the 3 stress management techniques used to control arousal

In the skills named above, state whether they would need high or low levels of arousal, dependent on whether they are gross or fine skills What is the difference between direct and indirect aggression? Use specific definition Name 2 examples of direct aggression from a sporting activity of your choice What do you understand by the terms tangible and intangible? Describe both types of motivation Name 2 examples of indirect aggression from a sporting activity of your choice Mental Preparation for Sport What are the two personality types known as? Name 3 characteristics of one of the personality types Name 3 characteristics of the second personality type Which is the most important type of

motivation and why? What are the two types of motivation? What do you understand by the term motivation? Name 3 sporting activities the second personality type might participate in Name 3 sporting activities one of the personality types might participate in Race State 10 social groups that may be affected from participating in sport Family, friends & peers Engagement Patterns Age Disability Gender Role models

Accessibility Media Coverage Adaptability Culture Engagement Patterns Attitudes Socio-Economic Factors Sexism Education Family Commitments Familiarity Leisure Time Describe commercialisation Positive & negative impacts of sponsorship & media on: Performer Sport Official Spectator/audience Sponsor Positive Sketch the golden

triangle and label the 3 points Define the term sponsorship Name 3 types of sponsorship Define the term media Name 5 types of media Positive & negative impacts of sponsorship & media on: Performer Sport Official Spectator/audience Sponsor Commercialisation Positive Negative Performer Performer Sport Sport Official Official

Spectator/ audience Spectator/ audience Sponsor Sponsor Negative Pros and Cons of taking PEDs Pros Blood Doping Cons Beta Blockers Peptide Hormones PEDs For each PED state what it is, who might use it, reasons for using it and the side effects Diuretics Anabolic agents Stimulants

Narcotic Analgesics Describe the term etiquette Give an example from the sporting activity of cricket Describe the term sportsmanship Give a sporting example from the sporting activity of tennis Describe the term gamesmanship Give a sporting example from the sporting activity of tennis Describe the term contract to compete Give a sporting example from the sporting activity of netball What are the positive impacts of having spectators at sporting events? Conduct of Performers Why does hooliganism occur at sporting events? What strategies are employed to combat hooliganism at sporting events?

What are the negative impacts of having spectators at sporting events? What impact would sports participation have on your physical health ad wellbeing? What impact would sports participation have on your fitness? Physical, Social & Mental Health, Wellbeing & Fitness What impact would sports participation have on your mental health and wellbeing? What impact would sports participation have on your social health and wellbeing? Define a sedentary lifestyle Which somatotype Which somatotype would be most would be most suited to sumo suited to wrestling? Justify swimming? Justify your answer your answer Which somatotype would be most suited to high jump? Justify your answer Label the 3 shapes

Name 5 consequences of leading a sedentary lifestyle Define obesity Obesity and its effect on performance Consequences of a Sedentary Lifestyle Obesity and its effect on physical health Obesity and its effect on mental health Name the three somatotypes Obesity and its effect on social health How many calories should a male consume on a daily basis? How many calories should a female consume on a daily basis? Name 5 reasons why your calorie intake might change What % should be consumed of the

following components? Carbohydrates Fats Proteins What is energy measured in? What are the consequences of dehydration? Define dehydration Name the 5 components of a balanced diet Diet, Nutrition & Hydration Why are carbohydrates important to a performers diet? Why are vitamins and minerals important to a Why are fats important to a performers diet? performers diet? Why is protein important to a performers diet?

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