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Skills and Techniques. Training Diary Data Book Describing your performance. Training diary. Fill in every Friday at start of lesson (5-10 minutes) Use diagrams when describing practices – easier to remember and for marker to understand how it works.

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Skills and techniques

Skills and Techniques

Training Diary

Data Book

Describing your performance

Training diary
Training diary

  • Fill in every Friday at start of lesson (5-10 minutes)

  • Use diagrams when describing practices – easier to remember and for marker to understand how it works.

  • All boxes must have something written in it

  • All statements must be circled

Data book
Data Book

  • What is it?

  • Booklet to record all information from Badminton, Hockey, Swimming and Basketball

  • Pupils keep original sheets

  • Teacher keeps data book

  • Use for NABS, Prelim and Revision block

Data book1
Data Book

  • Copy information from originals to data book

  • DO NOT copy every tick – write it in

  • You need to know number of ticks, percentages, what was strength, what was weakness and what skill/aspect fitness you focused on improving

  • Take your time and make the book CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTAND


  • Categorise by deciding what skills you do effectively (strengths) and what skills are ineffective (weaknesses).

  • What impact does that have on your performance

Effective skills
Effective skills

  • Passing = highly effective 30%, limited effective 40% and ineffective 30%.

  • Conclusions = “Although I can improve my passing, 70% of the time I have high or limited effectiveness. This means I am reasonably successful at maintaining possession for my team. Sometimes I can also give a (penetrating) pass that creates a goal scoring opportunity”

Ineffective skills
Ineffective skills

  • Dodging / Eliminating = 0% Highly, 0% Limited and 100% Ineffective.

  • Conclusion = “I only made one attempt at dodging past a defender when in a 1v1 situation. The fact I only tried this once shows I have no confidence a=in executing the skill during a game. The attempt I did make I was tackled and lost possession for my team in a dangerous position (inside my own half). The opponents counter attacked quickly and scored a goal. Being ineffective in 1v1 situations limits my attacking threat and makes me predictable as I have to look to pass.”

Describe the impact on performance
Describe the impact on performance

  • Using the statistical evidence, describe the impact on your performance that each skill has.

  • Describe what impact the weaknesses (skills not effective at) have

  • Describe the impact your strengths (effective skills) have

Homework tuesday 3 rd september
Homework – Tuesday 3rd September

  • Homework task 1 Question 2 (information processing – make sure you relate to DEVELOPING A SKILL and not performance) – ANSWER IN JOTTER

  • Homework task 2 – DESCRIBE how you collected data – ANSWER ON WIKISPACES

    - Match analysis and Movement analysis

    HOW carried out, WHO did WHAT, TIME, NUMBERS, VIDEO CAMERA, analysis SHEET……