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Copy of Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance

Sport BTEC Unit 2 ass 3 pt1

Clive Donald

on 10 July 2015

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What have you covered so far?
Learning aim A:
Understand the rules, regulations and scoring systems for selected sports (touch rugby and dodge ball). Assignment 1

Learning aim B
Practically demonstrate skills, techniques and tactics in selected sports (touch rugby and dodge ball).Assignment 2
Learning Aim C: Be able to review sports performance.

In order to develop as a sports performer, it is important that you can accurately assess your own strengths and areas for development. This assessment is something that you should try to do, both with PE lessons at school, and if you take part in sport away from school. It will help you to progress within your sport much more effectively. However, it can be a very difficult task to accurately complete for some people and sports performers often struggle when trying to do this.
Scenario continued
The PE department at Lavington School believes that Year 7 students struggle when trying to complete any form of self analysis as they struggle to criticise themselves. In order to support the younger students within the school, Mrs Adams, Subject Leader for PE has asked if you will show them how this is done. Mrs Adams has asked if you could develop an observation checklist, which could be used to assess your performance in a selected sport and review your own performance using the observation checklist.

The outcomes of your evaluation will be used to produce a notice board in the sports hall, which will be referred to when working with those children in Year 7 who struggle with this component of the course.
Task A
Select two sports that you play regularly. Develop an
for each sport.

The observation checklist for each sport should;

-include all the
demands of both sports (skills).

-include all the
demands of both sports

-have a clear format, which is easy to use (if you use a grading system, you should provide criteria which is to be used to assess performance)

Reviewing Sports Performance

- Can be live or recorded.
- Many coaches/athletes use/prefer recorded methods (why do you think they prefer recorded).

Observation checklists are useful tools that helps an observer focus on important aspects of a performance and to communicate their observations to the performer. An observation checklist will be specific to a particular sport and, to compile one, you need to think about:

Skills and techniques the performer should demonstrate.
Tactics the performer should be demonstrating
The data to be collected.
The level the performer is at.
How you are going to record your observations during the performance.

Analysis and Evaluation

Once you have observed a performer you are ready to analyse and evaluate their performance by highlighting strengths and areas for improvement.

Having a good understanding (skills, techniques and tactics) of the sport you are reviewing is vital if you are going to carry out an effective analysis of a performer.

Also consider factors that are beyond the performance itself that could impact on performance:

Application of and respect for the rules and regulations.
General fitness
Effective decision making
health and safety

It is important to that you make sure your feedback is constructive and positive and, above all, that it motivates the performer.

One successful model for constructive feedback works like this:

Ask the performer how they feel it went.
Tell the performer how you think it went
Ask the performer what they think they did well.
Tell the performer what you think they did well, using specific examples from your observation, analysis and evaluation.
Ask the performer what they think they could do differently or better.
Tell the performer what you think they could do differently or better, using specific examples from your observation, analysis and evaluation.
Agree the next steps together. These could be short term, medium term, or long term goals, and could focus on anything from individual skills, techniques, or tactics to teamwork or fitness.
Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance
Assignment 3: Sports Performance
Assessment Criteria
2C.P6 Independently produce an observation
checklist that can be used effectively to
review own performance in two selected

2C.P7 Review own performance in two selected
sports, describing strengths and areas for

2C.M3 Explain strengths and areas for
improvement in two selected sports,
recommending activities to improve own

2C.D2 Analyse strengths and areas for
improvement in two selected sports,
justifying recommended activities to
improve own performance.

Implement changes required. This can be done by:

Working with coaches, teacher and personal trainers or alone to create and stick to a personal training programme.
Attend a course run by fully qualified coaches.
Observing an elite performer in action.
Seeking help or advice from a coach, manager, team mates or national governing bodies.

This may be hard for a performer to achieve and often they take a step backwards before they move forwards, as they have been used to training in a specific way. As a coach or a team mate you need to be able to help, support and encourage the performer to keep working hard and they well achieve their goals.
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