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Practical Sport Assignment 3. Performance Analysis. Assignment Criteria P7, P8, P9, M3, M4, M5 & D2. Practical Sport Assignment 3. BIGGER PICTURE. In short: Produce a checklist and review a sports performance of a team or an individual

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practical sport assignment 3

Practical Sport Assignment 3

Performance Analysis

Assignment Criteria

P7, P8, P9, M3, M4, M5 & D2

practical sport assignment 32

In short:

  • Produce a checklist and review a sports performance of a team or an individual
  • Use the checklist to review the performance of the team or individual identifying strengths and weakness
  • Do the same but for yourself in one of your chosen sports

Practical Sport Assignment 3

home learning
Home learning

Write a report on the observations you have taken today. Identify strengths and weaknesses

Due 28th November 2011

slide5

Home learning

Analysis of Performance for Peter Marson –

Footballer

Footballers Name: Peter Mason

Footballers Club: Hornsea Town

Footballers Position: Left Midfield

I observed Peter Marson in a county league game playing for Hornsea Town against Sculcoates

Amateurs. I c selected Peter Marson as I knew he was the best player playing form Hornsea.

Hornsea managed to draw the game against Sculcoates 3 -3 and Peter was in my mind Hornsea

Town’s man of the match. He managed to score two of the three goals which Hornsea scored.

Strengths of Performance

Skills and Techniques

Passing

Running with the ball

Attacking Heading

Application of Tactics

Attacking

Set Pieces

Areas for Development in Performance

Skills and Techniques

Tackling

Application of Tactics

Defending

Set Pieces (indirect free kicks)

Assessor’s comment: P8 met in full learner has completed an observation checklist and identified the strengths and areas for development for an individual in a team sport.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO ACHIEVE A MERIT?

example merit work

Home learning

Example Merit work

Areas for Development in Performance

Skills and Techniques

Tackling – Peter needs to develop on his ability to tackle. At the moment his tackling is a big weakness in his game. His technical ability looks like it is the problem. A few times when defending in his own half Peter gave away silly free kicks. When not in possession of the ball it looks like Peter gets frustrated and this is because he is inpatient and rushing into tackles. Peters technique of tackling is also weak. At the moment Peter slides into most tackles with his studs showing. This is dangerous for the opponents but because of the way he does this it could be dangerous for him to.

Peter needs to develop the way in which he tackles, he needs to make sure that he is more patient when placed in the position of defending the ball, he should also make sure that he gets his body in the correct position and that he is placed in front of the opponent but not to close. Peter should try and direct the player away from the goal and towards the side line he should do this by jockeying. Only when he feels that he is committed and that he needs to make a

challenge he should make the tackle. When making the tackle Peter should ensure that he tries to stay on his feet and that he uses his dominant leg to connect with the ball in an attempt to disspossess the ball from the opponent. At no point should he try and connect the dominant leg with the opponent (as this will result in a foul and possible a sanction from the referee).

Peter should develop the skill and technique of tackling with the support of the club coach and or manager. This could be developed to begin with in isolation through specific drills and practices. The coach or manger could ask one of the defenders who have mastered this skill to demonstrate the skill to the group and ensure that Peter observes then they could ask Peter to replicate the correct way of tackling. To begin with this should be done in training and then the

skill can be taken into a match situation.

Areas of strength in skills and techniques, areas of strength in tactics and areas for development in tactics would also need to be discussed

options
Options!

Observe a tennis match and complete a checklist

or

Observe a volleyball match and create a checklist

learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes

ALL with teacher support list the technical and tactical components required in tennis

Most accurately observe and record the technical and tactical components in a tennis match

Some independently observe and record the technical and tactical components in a tennis match

list the technical and tactical components required in tennis
list the technical and tactical components required in tennis

Service

(ACE/ DOUBLE FAULT) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM1P2ej4YtY

Defensive play

Drop shot

(winners and faults)

Serve and Volley

Volleying

  • (winners and faults)

Aggression of shots

Smash shot

  • (winners and faults)

Positioning

Baseline control

Backhand

  • (winners and faults)

Forehand

  • (winners and faults)
performance analysis
Performance Analysis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTNgw_KiZSs

Australian Open Final 2011

Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic

Second Set

home learning1
Home learning

Write a report on the observations you have taken today. Identify strengths and weaknesses

Due 28th November 2011

slide13

Home learning

Analysis of Performance for Peter Marson –

Footballer

Footballers Name: Peter Mason

Footballers Club: Hornsea Town

Footballers Position: Left Midfield

I observed Peter Marson in a county league game playing for Hornsea Town against Sculcoates

Amateurs. I c selected Peter Marson as I knew he was the best player playing form Hornsea.

Hornsea managed to draw the game against Sculcoates 3 -3 and Peter was in my mind Hornsea

Town’s man of the match. He managed to score two of the three goals which Hornsea scored.

Strengths of Performance

Skills and Techniques

Passing

Running with the ball

Attacking Heading

Application of Tactics

Attacking

Set Pieces

Areas for Development in Performance

Skills and Techniques

Tackling

Application of Tactics

Defending

Set Pieces (indirect free kicks)

Assessor’s comment: P8 met in full learner has completed an observation checklist and identified the strengths and areas for development for an individual in a team sport.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO ACHIEVE A MERIT?

example merit work1

Home learning

Example Merit work

Areas for Development in Performance

Skills and Techniques

Tackling – Peter needs to develop on his ability to tackle. At the moment his tackling is a big weakness in his game. His technical ability looks like it is the problem. A few times when defending in his own half Peter gave away silly free kicks. When not in possession of the ball it looks like Peter gets frustrated and this is because he is inpatient and rushing into tackles. Peters technique of tackling is also weak. At the moment Peter slides into most tackles with his studs showing. This is dangerous for the opponents but because of the way he does this it could be dangerous for him to.

Peter needs to develop the way in which he tackles, he needs to make sure that he is more patient when placed in the position of defending the ball, he should also make sure that he gets his body in the correct position and that he is placed in front of the opponent but not to close. Peter should try and direct the player away from the goal and towards the side line he should do this by jockeying. Only when he feels that he is committed and that he needs to make a

challenge he should make the tackle. When making the tackle Peter should ensure that he tries to stay on his feet and that he uses his dominant leg to connect with the ball in an attempt to disspossess the ball from the opponent. At no point should he try and connect the dominant leg with the opponent (as this will result in a foul and possible a sanction from the referee).

Peter should develop the skill and technique of tackling with the support of the club coach and or manager. This could be developed to begin with in isolation through specific drills and practices. The coach or manger could ask one of the defenders who have mastered this skill to demonstrate the skill to the group and ensure that Peter observes then they could ask Peter to replicate the correct way of tackling. To begin with this should be done in training and then the

skill can be taken into a match situation.

Areas of strength in skills and techniques, areas of strength in tactics and areas for development in tactics would also need to be discussed

learning outcomes1
Learning Outcomes

ALL with teacher support list the technical and tactical components required in tennis

Most accurately observe and record the technical and tactical components in a tennis match

Some independently observe and record the technical and tactical components in a tennis match