PE 5,5

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Quiz on PE 5,5 , created by GeniusCat on 04/07/2015.

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Question 1

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the awareness of your body is called PROPRIOCEPTION it is made up of information from your skin, muscles, and tiny organs inside your ears that detect balance
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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What is INPUT?
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  • The way your brain decides how to respond to the input. This involves perception and memory
  • The information you receive from all the body senses , both inside and outside the body,
  • The action you take as a result of your brains decision
  • The response you receive to your output

Question 3

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Choose what describes the process of decision making
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  • it is the process of interrupting the information It judges the information and then it decides how you should respond. To do this it uses memory. During this process it is important to focus on important issues, this is called SELECTIVE ATTENTION
  • In sport you take information from your eyes and ears. You also feel information from your body. E.G. how hard you hit the ball.
  • The response that should influence your next decision and possibly improve performance.

Question 4

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feedback is the response you get to your performance or output
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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What is the knowledge of Performance (KP)
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  • This tells you whether you got the result you wanted You can obtain by looking, by listening or watching the score , by statistics
  • This tells you how well or how badly you performed You can obtain it from a coach teacher or friends From Internal Feedback by Proprioception By studying a video of your performance.

Question 6

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What is the Intrinsic Feedback
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  • This comes externally to the performer by watching a video of their performance Listening to a coach remarking on their skill The final score of the game Studying match analysis
  • This happens internally to the performer Performer can tell if the skill felt good It is assessed by the senses.

Question 7

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What is the Extrinsic Feedback
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  • This happens internally to the performer Performer can tell if the skill felt good It is assessed by the senses
  • This comes externally to the performer Watching a video of their performance Listening to a coach remarking on their skill having a professional instruct you on technique The final score of the game Studying match analysis.

Question 8

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To be effective feedback should
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  • Contain a lot of information to the performer so they could concentrate on it
  • It should be given as soon as possible
  • It should be clear and to the point
  • It should be after game so by looking on the score the performer can find what he have done right or wrong
  • Should be constrictive talking about strengths and weaknesses and accurate
  • It should be given straight away and really close to the next output
  • There should be enough time to the performer to think it over before the nest attempt
  • Should be concise and suit the needs of the performer

Question 9

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What is the short term memory?
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  • It is where you receive information, if you dont concentrate on it it fades which means that you forget it. if you concentrate on the information it transfers to your long term memory
  • This is where your "Library" is. it holds images , tastes. sounds and smells . It also holds all the sports skills you've learnt . It is also able to hold limitless information permanently.

Question 10

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Motivation is the amount of enthusiasm and determination a person has for a given sporting performance or activity.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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What is the Intrinsic Motivation
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  • it comes from outside of activity
  • It comes from inside of activity
  • Often people with this motivation take their part because they want to get certificates, badges, reaching goals, winning in tournaments
  • With this motivation you enjoy the sport regardless of the rewards.
  • Often people are motivated to take part for the sheer enjoyment and have internal desire to be the best.

Question 12

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Specific is
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  • You must be able to asses your level of success.
  • It has to be within the realms of possibility.
  • You should be challenged and stimulated by your goal.
  • You should set a target date to achieve your goal.
  • Write down how and when you achieved your goal.
  • Make sure you know exactly what you want to achieve.
  • You must be able to assess you level of success.

Question 13

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Agreed is when you and your coach must agree on what you are doing and the way forward.
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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Realistic is when you must be able to asses your level of success.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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You can break it into parts, each one of them can be separated the example of this practis e is tennis serve. Which on is it?
Answer
  • Whole practise
  • Part Practise
  • Variable Practise
  • Fixed Practise

Question 16

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This type of practise you always do under the same conditions
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  • Variable Practise
  • Part Practise
  • Whole Practise
  • Fixed Practise

Question 17

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This practise is used to practise open skill in the situation that vary. For example Goal Attack in netball.
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  • Whole Practise
  • Variable Practise
  • Part Practise
  • Fixed Practise

Question 18

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it is difficult to break down this practise . As the action is simple and quick to carry out the performer can repeat it over and over again, each time having listened to the feedback
Answer
  • Part Practise
  • Whole Practise
  • Variable Practise
  • Fixed Practise
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