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A2 lesson 2 - Sport Development Continuum
Transcript of A2 lesson 2 - Sport Development Continuum
Good - Explain a way that performers can move from foundation to excellence & identify what examples there are in your sport
Outstanding - Evaluate how the sports participation pyramid and talent ID schemes work in your own sport
At this stage most participants are likely to be learning/experiencing basic sporting skills
Without a sound foundation young people are unlikely to become long-term sports participants
When people start to participate regularly in specific activities for enjoyment & fun at basic levels of competence
Four stages within the continuum
E.G After school coaching/club/school link
A move from basic competence into a more structured form of competitive sport at club or county level
Concerned with reaching the top & applies to the performers at the highest national & international level
Why achieve excellence?
stand up 21 reasons.....Why we try and achieve excellence in
the field of sport, both for the individual & society (the benefits)
ELITE - the superior, reached a level of excellence at both amateur & professional
Not ALL aspects of excellence in sport are positive
Think of some less attractive effects
The UK is committed to developing sporting excellence as it prepares to host the Olympic Games
for elite performance?
A National government will be very interested in the perceived benefits of elite sport to its country
TESTING FOR TALENT
MENTAL SKILLS QUESTIONNAIRE
Explore this website looking at the current campaigns and past ones (seen in the video) in search of finding talent.
Deliver a short presentation on ONE of the schemes
WHAT IS IDENTIFICATION SCREENING?
WHAT ARE THE USUAL 2 OR 3 PHASES OF THIS SCREENING?
WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS WITH THIS APPROACH?
*Research systematic talent identification programmes
*Create a table of the advantages and disadvantages
Most effective talent identification will be tied to the school programme
A number of social influences affect a child's participation in a particular sport
Fill in your sheet & in the boxes write down examples form your sport
How else could we test for talent? Think perhaps about your sport.
Usually 2-3 phases:
1 - Early Childhood (3-8 years)
2 - Secondary Phase (9-17 years) - the athlete has already undergone some sport specific training
3 - A more complex and sophisticated phase with the high calibre athletes
These phases will vary depending on the sport and the system
What could the problems be with this approach?
Does not take into account an individuals desire to win, ambition, drive (these may be more important than VO2 max)
Whilst some hereditary factors can't be changed (height & length of limbs) but others can (weight & strength)
The socio-economic status & facilities availale to the individual can affect the type of sport that he or she can viable participate in (e.g family may not be able to afford to take their son up on the sport that he's been identified for)
Folders? Lets Stick!
Booklet/Poster? Hand In!
Questions? Lets Discuss later!
WHO ARE THE EGG HEADS
IN OUR CLASS?
Add up your scores….
What social or cultural factors may influence a talented individuals progression to elite-level status?
What impact does international sport have on the country – cultural, social & economic effects. state 4.
What social and cultural factors may account for a talented individual’s choice of sport? (3 marks)
Even though an individual may possess the right personal qualities, they may still fail to reach an elite standard. A high proportion of the England football and athletic squads come from an ethnic minority group, yet in rugby and cricket the proportions are much lower. Discuss the factors that may account for this difference. (4 marks)
The successful bid to host the 2012 Olympic games in London will have a major impact on sport in the UK.
‘We have got a great chance now to develop sport in our country and to have a fantastic Olympic games and then to leave a legacy for the future.’ Tony Blair – prime minister, 2005.
All sports have to develop elite performers. How can a national governing Body ensure that they help develop elite performers? (5 marks)
World class performance pathway (UK High performance pathway)
Sport development continuum
Cost of the event can exceed the revenue – legacy facilities are not always in the right location or the right design – if construction delays then bad press in the run up to event – if event not well ran then damaging press coverage
Political future can be influenced when a country wins the right to hold an event – if planning of the event causes disruption to the lives of local residents or costs overrun significantly & have to be paid through local taxes then the support from the government will drop
Sex or gender – ethnic differences – some form of disability – social class
Family/country/community support – sport not viewed as high status by family or community – financial resources – infrastructure for elite- performer development (talent ID programme) – amount of media exposure of that sport -
Lack self-discipline, not sufficient motivation, not receive financial, coaching or technical support, suffer a career ending injury, choose another career path
Cultural – those who do well become national heroes – part of the national character – devoted resources to success
Social – help unify a country – national pride
Economic – ‘shop window’ effect – inward financial investment – beneficial effect on tourism – increase levels of participation in sport – stimulus for the development of sports facilities
Football – FIFA world cup, Rugby – the Heineken European Rugby Cup
Olympic games, Paralympic games, common wealth games
Involve elite performers, require pre-event qualification, shop window for city/country holding event, significant infrastructure development, development of sport facilities, involve large number of spectators
Wish to be the best, t0 become highly motivated, wish to fulfill their potential, gain pride & satisfaction from representing their country
Give 2 examples of a single-sport World Games
Give 3 examples of a multi-sport World Games
State 4 characteristics of World Games
What impact can World Games have on performers?
Why might individuals not reach an elite level despite having the ability?
Name 2 difficulties of hosting an international sports event
What impact can world games have on the government
Name 4 barriers of progression for elite performers based on discrimination
Home Learning Questions...
How do we find these qualities?
society encourage excellence in the arts
Alternative career pathway
Ability to act as a role model
Success can boost national pride
Reduce anti-social behaviour
Sport is a BIG buisness
Healthy Pursuit - Reduce costs on NHS
Boost GRASS ROOTS SPORT
Curious to discover the limits of the human body
Reply to the tweet and 'favourite' or ''bin' it according to your knowledge & beliefs!
Good - Identify at least 1 key feature from another groups presentation
Outstanding - Suggest the advantages & disadvantages of the schemes
Good - Suggest at least 3 qualities in the round robin
Outstanding - Suggest at least 1 way to identify the qualities