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Analysis of Performance

Week 2 - Evaluate and Analyse a Performance
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Mark Bulmer

on 12 January 2014

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GCSE PE
Week 1 - Analyse of Performance
Lesson Objective
To learn how to analyse a skill using qualitative/quantitative analysis
To observe/review two contrasting sport performances
To learn how to use Coaches Eye Ipad App
Homework Review
Stand up, Hand Up, Pair Up -
Find a another member of the class and share what skill you chose and how you broke it down.

When analysis an observed skill you need to break it down.
Analysing Performance
There are two types of analysis:
Qualitative Analysis
Written notes of what you observed
Based on your opinion - YOU NEED TO BACK IT UP!
Use video footage/images
Use technical terminology - efficiency,
BREAK DOWN THE SKILL
What is performance?
'How well a task is completed'

What does Aesthetic Appreciation mean?
'To be able to see the beauty of the skill'
Quantitative Analysis (notational)
Requires you to record data
Differs according to the activity - e.g record times for a swimmer/successful passes of a netballer
Recorded in written format
Measures skills performed - successful/unsuccessful
Group Task
Work in groups with people doing your sport
4 to an iPad
Find a YouTube clip of the perfect model in your sport
Watch 5 minutes of their perfect model performing during a game situation
Record the findings (DONT SHOW YOUR RESULTS)

Numbered Heads Together
In your groups, go around and share your results/
SIT DOWN WHEN YOU HAVE DONE

Think, Write Rally Robin
Sit in groups of four with people doing your sport
On the sheet discuss the rules/regulations and terminology
Complete the table of the skills you would like to observe

Homework
•Devise a quantitative analysis sheet (see example on RealSmart)
•Watch a five minute clip of a ‘perfect model’ performing during a game/competition situation and record your findings.

To be handed in......................................

No homework=
H3
Think about your PEP chosen sport. In that sport choose a skill. Write down 3 good points to why the skill is performed correctly .

(I.E. A pass in football is performed correctly when the performer uses the side of the foot, non kicking foot as a guide and uses a follow though motion)
Task 1
Plan strategies, tactics and practices
Planning to improve a performance through focusing on skills
Skills can be improved through practices/skills from teacher, coach, book, internet
A difficult skill can be broke down to be practices piece by piece.

Plan a Personal Exercise Programme (PEP)
Use theoretical knowledge from lessons
Should include: health related exercise, skill-related fitness, principles of training, methods of training and goal setting.
Evaluating
Know what the perfect model is for analysing a skill (a professional sportsmen)
You will need to explain the skill observed and comment on why the skill is performed well.
You should compare your observed person and against the perfect model.

Planning strategies, tactics and practices to improve performance
You will need to remember practices taught in school used to improve performance.
Having observed and identified the weaknesses know how to break the skills down to make improvements to the skill.
Know/explain the simple teaching points of the skill.

Rules, regulations and terminology
Understanding of rules
Be able to apply rules as a player/official
Use the correct terminology and technical terms
(E.G - racket sports there are specific rules to do with serving, receiving service, court markings and scoring)
Observe and analyse performance
Make the detailed observation from best positions
Make a detailed analysis, recording quantitative and/or qualitative data
Use the data recorded to create concise feedback

Evaluate Performance ‘Perfect Model’
Perfect Model – your evaluation of a performer will be measured against the perfect model
Using data – times, successful passes, timed possession
Evaluating skills - breaking down skills – swimming front crawl can be broken down by focuses on the arms/legs only.
The skills you will be assessed on .....

Rules, regulations and terminology
Give explanations of rules been used in a game – signals for offense, what happens as a result of the offense.

Observe and analyse performance
Observe a performance or skill in depth
It is important to break the skill down into smaller sections for example, swimming – Body position, leg action, arm action, breathing, timing.

(USE VIDEO CLIP/PICTURES TO SHOW THE SKILL BROKEN DOWN)
What you will need to do
Look at the pictures below, and can you do / answer the following:
Break down the movement into parts e.g. body position, leg action etc. What would you break the movement down into? What categories?
For each category what is performer A doing well? What makes his balance good (aesthetically pleasing)?
For each category what is performer B doing well?
For each category what is performer A doing that performer B is not doing? Why is performer A’s balance better than performer B’s?
For each category how could performer B improve his balance, (to make it at the same level as performer A)?
BUT you should use all your practical activities as practise in developing these skills.
You HAVE TO analyse performance in the sport that you have completed your PEP on.
During GCSE PE you will be practically assessed in 4 sports.
HOWEVER, you will also be examined on your ability to ANALYSE your own and others’ PERFORMANCE and suggest ways of improving it (Worth 12% of your final mark with your PEP).
Analysis of Performance
What will you need to know
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