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Technical Skills and Tactics in Sport. Learning objectives. To understand the technical and tactical demands of a sport. To be able to plan and undertake a program to develop tactical awareness and technical skill.

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Technical Skills and Tactics in Sport

Learning objectives

To understand the technical and tactical demands of a sport.

To be able to plan and undertake a program to develop tactical awareness and technical skill.

To be able to set goals in relation to the necessary developments highlighted.

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Scenario

  • You are a netball player. You need to be able to consider the technical and tactical aspects of netball. Through developing a knowledge of the performance analysis process you will be able to:
  • Appreciate the feedback given be a coach
  • Understand the analysis model and training plan
  • To begin to offer coaching advise and feedback to younger athletes.
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Technical and Tactical demands of sport

Technical demands:

In sport, the technical ability of a performer is very important to the overall performance. If a trampolinist fails to execute a move effectively they will lose marks form the judges.

Technical demands of a sport include the basic components (i.e. Catching, running and jumping) and the more complex aspects (shooting and dribbling).

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Skills are learned and can be categorised into different forms.

A discrete skill has a short time span and a clear beginning and end.

A continuous skill has no clear beginning or end.

DISCRETE

CONTINUOUS

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Technical and Tactical demands of sport

Tactical demands:

These are the methods by which performers try to outwit an opponent.

e.g. A 800m runner will decide a pace to run at and choose the right time to break from the other competitors. e.g. Cricket fielders will be positioning according to the batsman and the score in the game.

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TASK 1 + 2

You are now ready to complete Task 1 & 2

P1 - Describe the technical and tactical demands of a chosen sport.

M1 - Explain the technical and tactical demands of a chosen sport.

P2 - Assess the technical skills and tactical awareness of an elite performer, identifying strengths and areas for improvement.

M2 - Assess the technical skills and tactical awareness of an elite performer, explaining strengths and areas for improvement.

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Technical and Tactical awareness in a sport

Performance Analysis:

The easiest and simplest way to assess a performance is through a performance analysis. This is important for coaches in the planning of a training program for an athlete.

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Video Analysis

This is one of the most popular ways to analyse a performer. The footage is captured real time and then broken down into segments and can even be slowed down for deeper analysis.

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Notational Analysis

The observation checklist used in Unit 2 was a form of notational analysis. This type of forms are completed during live performances and will form the overall analysis of performance.

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Performance Analysis

You will be expected to observe a sporting performances in detail and then provide strengths and weaknesses in the performance and compare it to the perfect model.

You must be able to give feedback about the performance you have just observed, using the correct terminology.

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Observation and Analysis

When analysing a performer it is important to follow this or a similar model.

Observe-

watch a tennis game and make detailed observations.

Analyse-

notice that a player hits forehand out a lot.

Feedback-

communicate your observations

Evaluate-

Compare technique to perfect model of forehand.

Plan/

devise a drill to improve player’s footwork and forehand stroke.

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ALWAYS REMEMBER...

Observe, analyse & give feedback

objective and subjective analysis
Objective and Subjective Analysis

Objective analysis:

The observer will make conclusions based on measurement and performance data.

i.e. 100m sprint start times.

Subjective analysis:

This is analysis based on observational judgement and opinions.

i.e. Effective used of a forehand in tennis.

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Other Methods of Analysis

There are a number of other ways to analyse a performance:

SWOT analysis

Coach analysis

Peer Analysis

Methods of analysis

Self Analysis

Performance profiling

Interviews

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TASK 3 to 6

You are now ready to complete Task 3 to 6

P3 - Assess own technical skills and tactical awareness in a chosen sport, identifying strengths and areas for improvement.

M3 - Assess own technical skills and tactical awareness in a chosen sport, explaining own strengths and areas for improvement.

D1 - Compare and contrast own technical skills and tactical awareness with those of an elite performer and the demands of a chosen sport.

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Planning a Programme – Key Words

Aims: This is what you want to achieve.

Objectives: This is how you are going to achieve your aims.

Target setting:

Used to motivates performers and monitor progress throughout a programme. These targets should be S.M.A.R.T.E.R.

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Planning a Programme

When devising a training programme for an athlete you need to consider the specific types of exercise used and ensure the plan targets the performers weaknesses.

Technical Performance:

To improve technical performance a coach will set drills that might include passing and shooting.

Tactical Ability:

This might include a team to work on set plays. i.e. A basketball team might work on screens to get player free when on offence.

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Reviewing a Programme

After completing a program you should always evaluate the aims and objective to see if they were met or not. Conclusions should be drawn on the effectiveness of the process so it can be improved the next time around.

Your conclusion should highlight the areas still to be worked on.

Appropriate long term and short term goals can be created as a result.

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TASK 3 to 6

You are now ready to complete Task 3 to 6

P4 - Produce a six-week training programme, with tutor support, to develop own technical skills and tactical awareness.

M4 - Independently produce a six-week training programme to develop own technical skills and tactical awareness, describing strengths and areas for improvement.

D2 - Evaluate the training programme, justifying suggestions made regarding improvement.

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TASK 3 to 6

You are now ready to complete Task 3 to 6

P5 - Carry out a six-week training programme to develop own technical skills and tactical awareness.

P6 - Review own development, identifying goals for further technical and tactical development, with tutor support.

M5 - Independently describe own development, explaining goals for technical and tactical development.

D2 - Analyse own goals for technical and tactical development, suggesting how these goals could be achieved.