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1

Name 3 characteristics of the cognitive stage of learning

-no motor programme
-lots of trial and error
-reinforcement is crucial

2

Name 3 characteristics of the associative stage of learning

-motor programme starts to form
-lots of practice
-can start to use extrinsic feedback

3

Name 3 characteristics of the autonomous stage of learning

-skills are automatic
-skill is fluent
-can use intrinsic and extrinsic feedback affectively

4

EQ. State 2 ways in which a coach could help a performer who is in the cognitive stage of learning move on to the associative stage of learning (2 marks)

-lots of positive feedback
-make them practice a lot

5

Give 2 advantages of intrinsic feedback

-the feedback is likely to be correct if the performer is in the autonomous stage of learning
-they don't need to rely on anyone else so they can develop feedback on their own

6

Give a disadvantage of intrinsic feedback

the feedback may not be accurate or correct if the performer is in the cognitive stage of learning

7

Give 2 advantages of extrinsic feedback

-the coach can see what's happening in the match so the feedback is more objective
-feedback from someone experienced is more likely to be accurate and correct

8

Give a disadvantage of extrinsic feedback

you may become reliant on extrinsic feedback

9

EQ. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using intrinsic and extrinsic feedback when performing skills in sport (6 marks)

-the feedback is likely to be correct if the performer is in the autonomous stage of learning
-they don't need to rely on anyone else so they can develop feedback on their own
-the feedback may not be accurate or correct if the performer is in the cognitive stage of learning
-the coach can see what's happening in the match so the feedback is more objective
-feedback from someone experienced is more likely to be accurate and correct
-you may become reliant on extrinsic feedback

10

EQ. Evaluate the use of verbal guidance and visual guidance in the learning of movement skills. (6 marks)

-verbal guidance is quick to give
-good for autonomous learners
-not good for cognitive learners
-visual guidance is good for cognitive learners
-helps build up mental imagery
-ineffective if demonstration is incorrect

11

Whats Knowledge of performance (KOP) and an practical example

the information on how well the movement was executed e.g a coach explaining what a badminton player did well in a smash shot

12

Whats Knowledge of results (KOR) and an practical example

is the information on the outcome e.g finding out you did 100m in 13s