S4 Revision Questions . QUESTION 1 Parts A and B are based on tactics. Part A ( i ) What is meant by a tactic?. (ii) Name three factors you may consider when choosing a tactic. Factor 1 Factor 2 Factor 3. QUESTION 1 (continued) Part B Choose a team activity. Team activity
Parts A and B are based on tactics.
Part A (i) What is meant by a tactic?
(ii) Name three factors you may consider when choosing a tactic.
QUESTION 1 (continued)
Part B Choose a team activity.
(i) Describe a tactic you started with in this activity.
(ii) Describe a problem you had as you carried out this tactic.
(iii) What immediate change/adaptation did you make to your starting
tactic to solve this problem?
Parts A and B are based on power.
Part A Power is required in jumping and throwing actions.
(i) What is meant by power?
(ii) Name a test to measure power.
QUESTION 2 (continued)
Part B Choose an activity and a skill/technique where you used power to throw an
(i) Describe a situation where a lack of power in this throwing action led
to a problem in your performance.
(ii) Describe how you could change this throwing action to create more
Skills can be range from simple to complex. Give four reasons why a skill may be simple.
During performance some skills/techniques can work better than others. (i) Choose an activity and a simple skill/technique. Describe a situation where this simple skill/technique helped your performance. (ii) Choose a different activity and a complec skill/technique. Describe a situation here this complex skill/technique led to a problem in your performance. (iii) Describe what you did the next time you were in this situation to overcome this problem.
Transferring your weight can make your performance effective. (i) What is meant by transferring your weight? (ii) Give two benefits of transferring your weight.
Creating space can result in effective performance. Choose and activity where you created space. (i) Describe how you created space for yourself in this activity. (ii) Describe how you created space for a team mate/partner in this activity. (iii) As a defender you can restrict your opponents from creating and using space in team activities. Choose a team activity. Describe how you stopped your opponent from creating and using space.
Activities can be performed on your own (individual) or when you work with others (team). Activities can also be performed indoors and outdoors. Name four different activities to complete the following table.
When performing in activities, you may have worked with others as part of a team or as an opponent. (i) Choose a team activity. Describe what you did to help your team mates during this activity. (ii) Choose an activity. Describe how you cooperated with your opponent in this activity.
Jumping is an important movement in many activities. (i) Choose a team activity. From this activity name a skill/technique where jumping is important. Muscles work in pairs. (ii) Name the two muscles in the upper leg that work as a pair to allow movement. (iii) Explain how the muscles of the upper leg work together when jumping.
You can receive feedback internally or externally. (i) What is meant by feedback? (ii) Describe how you receive internal feedback. (iii) Name three ways you can receive external feedback.
PART 1 During a performance you may have gained feedback on skills/techniques based on knowledge of results This information may help you to make an immediate change to your performance. Choose an individual activity and a skill/technique. (i) Describe the problem that your knowledge of results identified in your skill/technique; (ii) Describe the immediate change that you made to the skill/technique to solve this problem.
Some activities use subjective scoring to decide a winner. In subjective scoring, marks are awarded by judges. (i) Name an activity where the winner is decided by marks awarded by judging; (ii) If you were a judge in this activity, describe what you would look for in the performance to help you award marks; (iii) Name a personal quality which would help you to perform the role of a judge.
Tactics can be important in individual activities. Choose an individual activity. (i) Describe your starting tactic in this activity. (ii) Explain why you chose this starting tactic. (iii) Sometimes you may need to change your starting tactic. Describe the new tactic that you used. (iv) Explain why you thought that this new tactic would be more effective.
Progressive overload is a principle of training which should be considered when training to develop an aspect of fitness. Choose an activity. Name an aspect of fitness which is important to this activity. (i) Explain in detail why this aspect of fitness is important to this activity. (ii) Name a type of training which could be used to develop this aspect of fitness. (iii) Give a detailed example of what you did in your training programme to progressively overload your body. (iv) How did you ensure that you were training at the correct level of intensity to develop your chosen aspect of fitness?
Playing in different roles/positions requires different skills and techniques. Complete the table below. A different answer must be provided in each box. You may not use any of the examples given. Activity: Hockey. Role/position: Winger. Skill: Dribbling. Technique: Indian dribble. Answers required for two further activities.
Give two different examples of how you were creative. (i) Choose an individual activity. Describe how you were creative. How did this help your performance? (ii) Choose a team activity. Describe how you were creative. How did this help your performance?
Performers often change body shape either to reduce resistance against them or change the speed at which they rotate. (i) Select an activity. Describe how you changed your body position to reduce a resistance against you. (ii) Select a different activity. Describe how you changed your body position to alter the speed of your rotation.