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How do you answer an ‘analyse’ question?
Provide the advantages and disadvantages and draw conclusions.
3 I’s -
Identify - identify a certain thing
Implication - what is the consequence, how does this help?
Impact - what is the full effect of this?
How do you answer an ‘evaluate’ question?
Look back on the effectiveness - make a judgement and support it with evidence
Value - how effective and what it helped you improve
Reinforce - “this was good because...”
Impact - highlight the positive/negative effects it had on your performance
Use PAST TENSE
How do you answer a ‘describe’ question?
Present simple details about an aspect of the course
Use short and sharp statements
Who what where when how
DO NOT explain the impact
How do you answer ‘explain’ questions?
Give reasons and state the effect
Lock and Key - why did you select something and what logical effect did this have?
Sentence 1 should answer the question
Sentence 2 should provide the effect
What are two methods of collecting data for the mental factor?
Measuring motivational behaviour questionnaire
What are two methods of collecting data for the emotional factor?
What are two methods of collecting data for the social factor?
What are methods of collecting data for the physical factor?
Fitness - Standardised fitness tests
Skills - coach feedback
Tactics - match analysis sheet
What are two factors impacting performance for the mental factor?
What are three factors impacting performance for the emotional factor?
What are two factors impacting performance for the social factor?
Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
What are two factors impacting performance for the physical factor?
Fitness - CRE
Skills - accuracy
Tactics - role related demands
What are two approaches to development for the mental factor?
Positive self talk
What are two approaches to development for the emotional factor?
What are two approaches to development for the social factor?
Building team dynamics
What are two approaches to development for the physical factor?
Fitness - continuous training
Skills - repetition
Tactics - opposed/unopposed practices
Describe the measuring motivational behaviour questionnaire
I rated myself on a scale for behaviours before performing
The total score told me if I was motivated or not
I could then decide if this was a factor impacting my performance
What are the benefits of the measuring motivational behaviour questionnaire?
Simple to carry out
Can be carried out quickly just before performance
Can collect data over several performances so can show changes in attitude
What are the limitations of the measuring motivational behaviour questionnaire?
You may lack confidence in your knowledge
Relies on the performer being honest
You may feel self conscious about commenting on your own performance
Describe the SCAT test
I read each statement carefully and decided to tick them other ‘rarely’, ‘sometimes’ or ‘often’ in relation to how I felt when competing
What are examples of standardised fitness tests?
What does happiness/sadness affect?
Belief in self
What does fear affect?
What do high levels of team dynamics lead to?
Lots of encouragement and support
Everyone passes to everyone
Equal and fair opportunities
What do low levels of team dynamics lead to?
Not passing to/receiving passes from certain team mates
Arguments within the team
What is the definition of CRE?
The ability of the heart and lungs to work for a prolonged period of time
What is visualisation?
“Picturing yourself being successful in a high pressure moment”
It is used to develop anxiety, concentration and motivation
How do you build team dynamics?
Team building games
This develops communication, leadership and relationships
What does continuous training improve?
Scores/times in the long run