Skills & Techniques. Key Concept 3 Key Feature 1 Stages of Learning Methods of Practice Principles of Effective Practice Influential factors affect performance are: Motivation, Concentration, Feedback.
Key Concept 3
Key Feature 1
Stages of Learning
Methods of Practice
Principles of Effective Practice
Influential factors affect performance are: Motivation, Concentration, Feedback.
Specific – make your practice programme specific to improving your identifies weakness
Measureable – use targets to track success in practice
Achievable / Attainable – choose practices that suit your stage of learning
Realistic – practices need to match the identified need and be achievable as noted above
Time phased – be aware of how long to practice in terms of avoiding fatigue
Exciting – make practice relate to the activity or use competition / targets
Regular – practicing frequently is important to develop reinforcement / consistency in skill
This information shows a description of principles of training
Different language is needed to develop an explanation of principles – this language begins to explain why practice should be following this structure
Consider the following list of words:
Work to rest ratio
A strategy to remember them is to use the following sentence
IPracticed Mainly With Boys Or Women
A further layer of language is needed to develop a discussion about principles of effective practice because you now need to outline the benefits that following this process might have on your performance.
Feedback / Focus / fatigue avoidance
Competitive / Confidence
Look at the first letter of the words and what do they spell out?