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1

Name the 5 transfers of skills

-positive
-negative
-proactive
-reteroactive
-bilateral

2

Define positive transfer of learning

one skill helps the learning and performance of another skill

3

Define negative transfer of learning

arises when one skill hinders or impedes the learning of another skill

4

Define proactive transfer of learning

where a previously learned skill influences a new skill

5

Define reteroactive transfer of learning

a new skill influences a previously learned skill

6

Define bilateral transfer of learning

transfer of skill from limb to limb

7

Give a practical example of postive transfer of skills

throwing can help the racquet action in tennis

8

Give a practical example of negative transfer of skills

the basic racket action of a squash shot as opposed to the basic racket action of a tennis shot

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Give a practical example of proactive transfer of skills

a throwing motor programme learned as a child will later transfer to an over arm bowl in cricket

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Give a practical example of reteroactive transfer of skills

the acquisition of a successful tennis serve may influence the previously learned over arm throw used in cricket

12

Give 3 ways to optimise positive transfer

-give positive reinforcement
-use similar skills to promote skills
-make practice realistic to develop kinaesthetic feel

13

Give a practical example of bilateral transfer of skills

a footballer who can shoot from their right to left foot

14

EQ. Using practical examples from sport, explain ways a coach could optimise the effects of positive transfer (3 marks)

-giving the student positive reinforcement e.g praising a netballer when they do a correct pass in basketball
-teaching similar skills to promote skills e.g teaching students how to throw and how to bowl in cricket in the same lesson
-making practice realistic to develop kinaesthetic feel e.g making a rugby player tackle a real person instead of a dummy

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Give 2 ways to limit negative transfer

-introducing new skills too quickly could lead to an overload in information
-teaching skills all together could lead to confusion