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Role of the Coach. Wk 7 contemporary studies. What do you think are the main roles of a coach ?. Role of the Teacher. Has a remit to educate pupils in a wide range of physical activities. Teachers: Introduce basic techniques Work on skill development

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role of the coach

Role of the Coach

Wk 7

contemporary studies

Contemp Studies yr12

role of the teacher
Role of the Teacher

Has a remit to educate pupils in a wide range of physical activities.

Teachers:

  • Introduce basic techniques
  • Work on skill development
  • Help develop pupils in extra-curricular time
  • Help to transfer school to club sport participation
  • Encourage competence in a number of activities
  • Develop knowledge and understanding
  • Encourage positive attitudes to sports participation
  • Encourage an active lifestyle

Contemp Studies yr12

the coach
The Coach

instructor

educator

trainer

motivator

disciplinarian

manager

What makes a coach?

administrator

Publicity

agent

Social worker

student

friend

scientist

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the teaching process
The Teaching Process

instruct

demonstrate

apply

confirm

Amount of

Information

forgotten

Amount of

Information

retained

tell

show

do

review

Contemp Studies yr12

the teaching process1
The Teaching Process
  • Instructing
    • the telling phase, there needs to be enough information to allow the learners to start.
  • Demonstrating
    • develops a model of the skill in memory
  • Applying
    • application of what has been learned by instruction and demonstration
  • Confirming
    • this is the feedback process

Contemp Studies yr12

mosston ashworth classification of teaching styles
Mosston & Ashworth Classification of Teaching Styles

Teachers’ decisions

Learners’ decisions

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

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teaching styles
Teaching styles
  • Command style
  • Practice style
  • Reciprocal style
  • Discovery style

Where do these styles fit on the spectrum?

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Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing!

Vince Lombardi

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role of the coach1
Role of the Coach

The role of the coach is to improve performance levels.

  • Developing skills
  • Improving fitness
  • Mental preparation
  • Developing techniques

These factors should help increase levels of player motivation general success and team enjoyment

Contemp Studies yr12

jobs of the coach
Jobs of the Coach
  • Specialise in one sport
  • Be knowledgeable about the sport
  • Be able to develop skill/techniques/fitness
  • Motivate performers
  • Be aware of performer’s individual needs
  • Work with beginners and top level performers
  • Plan training programmes
  • Be aware of problems in competitive sport e.g. drugs
  • Analyse performance
  • Monitor progress

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what is mass participation
What is Mass Participation?
  • Relate to the performance pyramid
  • Mass Participation relates to the large number of the population being involved in a form of physical activity

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Excellence

Performance

Participation

Foundation

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Excellence

More competitive

Less participants

Performance

Participation

Foundation

Contemp Studies yr12

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