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1

What are the 6 fundamental motor skills?

-Running
-jumping
-Kicking
-Catching
-Hitting
-Throwing

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How can you test for running?

Can be timed, ( point A to B) faster normally means better or how fast they go (speed)

Can be assessed over a specific distance 100m sprint/26 mile marathon

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How can you test throwing?

Distance
How successful the Throw was

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How can you test for jumping?

Distance - how far/high they jumped

The style of jump maybe assessed e.g creative dance or gym routine

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How can you test for catching?

Was it successful and the end result

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How can you test for Kicking?

-Was it successful and accurate
-Measured usually by end result

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How can you measure hitting?

-Was it successful and accurate
-Can be measured by end result or distance

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Who are the three types of people who make decisions in physical activity?

-performers/participants
-Coaches or leaders
-Officials

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Examples of decision a participant would make playing invasion games?

-Pass to another player or shoot- football
-Whether to dodge left or right- netball
-Whether or not to have a scrum or a lineout- rugby

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Examples of decisions participants would make in Outdoor Adventurous Activities?

-Whether to turn will a snowplow or parallel turn- skiing
-Which way to go down a mountain - skiing
-Whether to go on the ramp or grind bar -snowboarding

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What decision would a participant make in Target Games?

-How far left/right are you going to aim due the the wind - golf
-What sort of club to use to hit the ball - golf
-What target to hit- clay pigeon shooting

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what decisions would a participant make in athletics?

-Whether you are going to run from the right or left- high jump
-How long your run up will be a javelin
-Whether you will spin or not - discus
-Deciding on a type of vault to score points - gym

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What decisions would a coach or leader make?

-Coach of a sports team/athlete - who they are going to pick to play the footie match
-Fitness instructor - what muscle group to work for the session
-Captain- make a substitution
-Teaching - what sport or drill to do

14

What decisions may a official make?

-Whether to disqualify someone or not - swimming
-Whether the goal was scored - football
-Whether their foot was in touch - rugby

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Why do we follow safety regulations?

-Safety
-Fair play
-Makes game enjoyable
-Makes games unique
-Able to know the score
-Control the game

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what is etiquette?

Etiquette is the unwritten expectations/codes of behavior not rules

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Examples of Etiquette...

-Shake hands before and after the game.
-Clap new batsman in cricket.
-apologizing if you have hurt a player.
-encouraging teammates.
-thanking players/umpire for the game.
-putting equipment back at the gym and wiping it down
-dont swear or be abusive

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Why is it important to show good sportsmanship?

-To show respect for your opponent
-Avoid injury
-Let the game flow
-Could be banned/not selected for the team.
-Avoid arrogance
-Be a Role Model

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What are the 4 Key Concepts?

-Competence
-Creativity
-Performance
-Healthy, Active lifestyle

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What is competence?

being able to learn a skills and apply it to a physical activity and how ready you are in the body and mind to perform these skills in physical activity.

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Examples of competence...

-learned the appropriate skill - stop and hit a ball in hockey.
-Know when to use the skill - when to shoot in basketball
-Use appropriate tactics - know when to concentrate on attacking and defending in football
- use ideas to link moves together- gym routine
- Be fit enough to do the activity effectively.
-Have the right mental approach - determined to finish the class

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What is Performance?

Putting your physical competence into action to produce an effective outcome

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Examples of Performance...

-performing well, needing to be able and have good skills- if you are in a netball team you can run fast and change direction well.
- understanding what is required to perform the skill well - in Rugby knowing how to time a run effectively to break a defensive line.

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What is Creativity?

Experimenting with techniques,tactics and ideas to produce a efficient and effective outcome.

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Examples of Creativity...

- in dance you use your imagination to interpret an emotion.
-trying different long jump techniques, then practicing the technique to be successful
- in badminton developing a fake smash to outwit your opponent.

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What is a Healthy, Active Lifestyle?

Understanding the positive contribution that a healthy, active lifestyle make t physical and mental health

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Examples of a Health,Active Lifestyle...

- participating more in sports you are more likely to be healthy
- Exercise can release the 'feel good' hormone 'Endorphin' which helps mental well-being
- longer life expectancy

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What are the 5 key fitness components?

-Cardiovascular endurance
- Muscular endurance
-Speed
-Strength
- Flexibility

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What is Cardiovascular endurance?

The ability for our body to keep going for long periods of time whilst participating in sport or everyday e.g. running a marathon or dancing.

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Examples of Cardiovascular endurance?

-In Football to be able to run around for 90 minutes.
-In Golf to walk for 3/4 hours
-Car Washers being able to move around all day
-Builders being able to work and be on their toes all day.