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Animal Tactical Cards: Practical TGfU SIG 2014

Benefits will be explored of (1) Player improvement after peer assessment, and (2) assessor’s improvement in game play after assessing. GPAI allows an observer to document off-the ball movements such as Base (recovering to a position to defend expected ta

Tim Hopper

on 18 November 2014

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Transcript of Animal Tactical Cards: Practical TGfU SIG 2014

Observational learning and peer assessment in games teaching
By Dr Tim Hopper, School of Exercise
Science, Physical and Health Education
University of Victoria
Constraints-led Approach
Constraints classified into three distinct categories performer (learner), environment and task. These constraints inter-act to shape degrees of freedom in learning within a nonlinear process.
The bear, monkey,
rabbit and bull

Perception/Action coupling

The reciprocal relationship that exists between a person’s perception of their environment and the way they move. Motor learning is an ongoing dynamic process involving a search for and stabilization of specific and appropriate movement patterns across the perceptual–motor landscape as each individual adapts to a variety of changing constraints (time, space, opponent, last point played, etc).
Seeing the 4Rs
"Maximize your strengths within your constraints"
Tactical Awareness Components
Where do you go after sending the ball?
Where do you send the ball to gain an advantage?
When to create time to recover?
When to reduce your opponent’s time?
How do you apply force on the ball to control height, spin and power in order to:
1. Reduce opponent’s time
2. Increase own time
3. Hit into target space
How do you use Space, Force and Time to out-think the opponent?

Modification by Adaptation
adds to Bunker and Thorpe’s modification by representation and exaggeration. In “adaptation” the game is modified to increase the challenge to a successful player based on the outcome of the previous game encounter. Changes can be made in relation to the constraints of the game such as space, scoring, rules conditioning play or number of players, in order to ensure the outcome of the game is close, for the unanticipated to happen through game play.
Game Intents
Scoring to Adapt
How to score in "Tennis" Pickleball
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