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1

Why is getting feedback important

Alerts to:
-what you’re doing well
-what in your performance needs improved

2

What are the two types of feedback

-intrinsic (internal)
-extrinsic (external)

3

What is intrinsic feedback

The physical feel of the movement as it is being performed
-thoughts and feeling me to how the performance went
-intrinsic feedback is most important for mental and emotional
-this is why data collection for these factors are often questionnaires which allow for qualitative data

4

Example of intrinsic feedback

During a performance, thoughts of fear and anxiety may occur, such as:
“I feel scared before taking this second serve”
This is intrinsic information telling the performer that they are struggling to control their anxiety

5

Intrinsic feedback: kinaesthetic

In the physical factor when a performer instantly knows if a movement felt right or not

6

Example of kinaesthetic feedback

Many football players will say
“I knew that shot was going in as soon as I hit it, it just felt right”

7

What is extrinsic feedback

Feedback that comes from a variety of different external sources such as:
-coach
-teacher
-teammate

8

Why are the different types of extrinsic feedback

-verbal
-written
-video

9

What is verbal feedback

When it is delivered immediately after the performance, involving a coach, teammate or teacher telling the performer their strengths and weaknesses

10

What is written feedback

When a coach or teacher provide the performer with written feedback including the positives and negatives of their performance
-this feedback can be stored as a permanent record to be referred to when seeing if improvements have been made

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What is video feedback

Allows the performer to watch their performance back and highlight their own strengths and weaknesses or have their coach help point them out, this is often done at the same time as watching a model performer so it is easier to see the differences.
-this can be kept as a permanent record also and referred back to when comparing
-videos can be watched in slow motion aswell so that it is easier to pick apart

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What does SYOVI stand for

S-source
T-timing
O-order
V-volume
I-information

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Why is STOVI used

To help know if extrinsic feedback is effective or not

14

Source

Who provides the feedback
-from a coach is likely to be accurate and reliable
-from a teammate could be questionable as they don’t have extensive knowledge

15

Timing

How soon after the performance is the feedback provided
-the quicker the feedback is provided the more sense it will make to performer as the performance will still be fresh in their head

16

Order

Does the coach provide the performer with positives before negatives
-providing the performer with the positives before the negatives will give the performer a confidence boost
-telling the positives first will make the performer more open to negative feedback

17

Volume

How much feedback is provided
-good feedback comes in short sharp bursts allowing the performer to easily remember the positives and negatives
-to much feedback can lead the performer to getting bored and loosing concentration

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Information

Does the feedback include information or strategies on how to improve a weakness
-goes beyond saying something was weak by giving the performer ways to overcome their weakness
-information on why a performance was strong should be provided so that the performer can continue doing this

19

What does SYOVI stand for

S-source
T-timing
O-order
V-volume
I-information

20

Why is STOVI used

To help know if extrinsic feedback is effective or not

21

Source

Who provides the feedback
-from a coach is likely to be accurate and reliable
-from a teammate could be questionable as they don’t have extensive knowledge

22

Timing

How soon after the performance is the feedback provided
-the quicker the feedback is provided the more sense it will make to performer as the performance will still be fresh in their head

23

Order

Does the coach provide the performer with positives before negatives
-providing the performer with the positives before the negatives will give the performer a confidence boost
-telling the positives first will make the performer more open to negative feedback

24

Volume

How much feedback is provided
-good feedback comes in short sharp bursts allowing the performer to easily remember the positives and negatives
-to much feedback can lead the performer to getting bored and loosing concentration

25

Information

Does the feedback include information or strategies on how to improve a weakness
-goes beyond saying something was weak by giving the performer ways to overcome their weakness
-information on why a performance was strong should be provided so that the performer can continue doing this