Higher. Skills and Techniques. In this area we will look at concepts surrounding skills and skilled performance. The analysis of skill and the development of skill. . WHAT IS A SKILL?. “ …a movement with a purpose…”
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Skills and Techniques
“ …a movement with a purpose…”
Skills can be categorised by a number of features and due to their nature can be difficult to identify an exact classification. However, all skills can be placed on the following continuums -
SIMPLE (Chest pass) COMPLEX (Tumble turn)
This describes the number of subroutines within certain skills –
if there is 1 movement they are ‘simple’ and if the skill requires a series of linked movements they are described as ‘complex’.
This describes the movement patterns – if they are always identical its is a ‘closed skill’. If they change due to the nature of performance they are ‘open skills’
Closed SkillsOpen Skills
Smash in Badminton
Pass in Rugby
Dive in Swimming
Putt in Golf
Drive in Golf
This describes how easily you can identify a ‘start’ and ‘finishing’ point in a given skill.
“ …the way in which a skill is performed or executed…”
Technique describes the way in which a skill is performed, it is descriptive and gives more information on the performance.
Understanding how a skilled performance can be used to develop performance e.g.;
Ability to select the correct options to cope with various performance demands.
One way of doing this is called the ‘information processing model’
The information processing model has four parts that are linked together in a loop.
Higher 2010 paper.
Q5 part a)
Explain what you understand about the following:
Information Processing Model