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1.3 Achievement Motivation. Do people take risks in sport? What is nAch and Naf ?. Starter. 10 minutes to complete the activity In pairs you will be taking it in turns to have 10 shots each at the basket.

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1 3 achievement motivation

1.3 Achievement Motivation

Do people take risks in sport?

What is nAch and Naf?


Starter

Starter

10 minutes to complete the activity

In pairs you will be taking it in turns to have 10 shots each at the basket.

You can choose to shoot from wherever you want and mark whether you were successful on your diagram


1 3 achievement motivation

Name…………………………………..............

Score …... / 10


Do you take risks in sport

Do you take risks in sport?

Competitiveness is a key factor for distinguishing sport from recreation

  • Some people are more motivated to take part in sport than others

    Major motives for sporting participation are…

  • Recreation (Mental benefits)

  • Health and fitness (Physical benefits)

  • Companionship (Social benefits)

  • Achievement


Achievement motivation

Achievement Motivation

This has lead to a suggestion of people having a motivation to either…

Achieve or Avoid failure

(nAch) or(Naf)

Our Starter…

Challenging yet achieve tasks Tasks which are very easy or very hard


Characteristic of nach and naf

Characteristic of nAch and Naf


Interpreting success

Interpreting success

Ego orientated- Only deem themselves to be successful if they have beaten someone else as they have demonstrated their superiority

Task orientation- Wouldn’t mind losing as long as they have done their best as it is due to their own effort and abilities

Task/ Ego test


Implications for coaching

Implications for coaching

Achievement motivation is another example of Interactionalist theory

  • Achievement is influenced by the environment as well as our traits

  • Our behaviour depends upon

    • Likelihood of success (Task difficulty)

    • Incentive value (pride/shame of relative result)

  • Knowing someone's motive to take part can help you to adapt your methods of motivation to suit them

  • Appropriate use of Goal setting…

    E.G. Ego orientated would benefit from goals in comparison to others

    Task orientated would benefit from performance criteria goals


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