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  1. Learning will not take place unless the sportsperson is motivated: UNIT 1 - Information MOTIVATION 1. What makes a person act 2. The amount of enthusiasm and determination a person has for physical activity 3. A combination of the drive within us to achieve goals and the outside factors which affect it

  2. • Motivation is responsible for: 1) The selection and preference for activity 2) The persistence at the activity 3) The intensity and effort put into performance 4) How well or how badly a person will perform. • The more motivated a sportsperson is the harder he/she will work at it, and the more likely they are to succeed. • There are two types of motivation: Intrinsic and Extrinsic UNIT 1 - Information

  3. • Intrinsic Motivation - This is the inner drive to achieve success and a pride and satisfaction in completing a task. It can also be a determination to achieve personal goals. - This inner drive is enough to enthuse sportspersons to practice, train and compete. - Taking part in physical activity for fun, enjoyment, joy and satisfaction. - The challenges, satisfaction, sense of achievement and a desire to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle are intrinsic reasons motivating many people to take part in physical activities and sport. UNIT 1 - Information

  4. • Extrinsic Motivation - Extrinsic motivation comes from a source outside of the performer – it can encourage the performer to perform: TROPHIES PRAISE MONEY RECOGNITION CERTIFICATES ACHIEVEMENTS AWARDS UNIT 1 - Information

  5. • Extrinsic Motivation - Extrinsic motivation should be used carefully: as a means of informing a person how well they are doing rather than the reason for performing. - It is Intrinsic Motivation that will keep sportspersons interested in physical activity when Extrinsic Rewards have gone. - The learning of complex tasks/ skills is heavily dependent on Intrinsic Motivation. - Most motivation is a mixture of both types – Internal and External. UNIT 1 - Information

  6. 1. GROUP DISCUSSION – SPIDER DIAGRAM ‘How has the class been motivated in physical activity’. 2. Basketball/ Netball a) Group playing a game for 10/15 minute in total silence. b) Group playing a game for 10/15 minutes in normal conditions, but with 1 team being strongly supported from the side by supporters. Back in classroom – initiate discussion – UNIT 1 – Practical Application ‘what happened’?

  7. 3. Discuss the Enclosed Article Class Discussion ‘Which type do you think you are – and what should you do about it?’ UNIT 1 – Practical Application

  8. • Goal Setting • Skill • Feedback • Learning • Adherence BBC Sport UNIT 1 - Links

  9. UNIT 1 – Diagrams and tables

  10. 1. Indicate whether the following are intrinsic or extrinsic motivators by dragging them to the correct boxes: UNIT 1 - Activity INTRINSIC MOTIVATOR EXTRINSIC MOTIVATOR ENJOYMENT WINNING MEDALS PRAISE

  11. 2. Learning will not take place if a person lacks motivation. Name two types of motivation. 3. “The desire to do well in sporting activity is based on motivation.” (i) Name two types of motivation. Which type of motivation is better in the long term? Explain your answer. Describe one way in which you have been motivated to help you improve your sporting performance. UNIT 1 - Activity

  12. “Motivation is the amount of enthusiasm and determination that a person has for a given sporting performance or activity.” Explain how motivation can be intrinsic. Explain how motivation can be extrinsic. Give one disadvantage of extrinsic motivation. Name three problems associated with an over-dependence on extrinsic motivation in sport. UNIT 1 - Activity

  13. UNIT 1 – Key Facts/Glossary ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES DEFINITION EXTRINSIC (REWARDS AND OUTSIDE INFLUENCES) INTRINSIC (SELF) MOTIVATION EXAMPLES EXAMPLES SUCCESS