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Coaching Badminton

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Don Choi

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Coaching Badminton

Coaching Badminton General Info: Type of Skill Taught: Smashing
Prior Learning of This Skill: N/A - still at a beginner's level
Stage of Learning of Students:
- Cognitive/Association for Badminton
- Cognitive for smashing
Type of practice: Distributed
- Posture -> Drill -> Application Prior Skills of the Students Prior Experience of This Skill: N/A - Beginner's level
Stage of learning:
- Badminton overall: Cognitive/Associative
(Serving, Receiving, Basic rally, etc.)
- Smashing: Cognitive
(Awkward posture, frequent errors,
required demonstrations, etc.)
Audience Appropriate? Smashing - Relatively difficult technique: requires precise footing
timing, coordination, and execution.
Prior learning experience - as students were already familiar with
the sport, it was quite appropriate. Activities Done: Warm up of major muscles
Full demonstrations of the steps/posture
Alternating Partner system
"Serve Killer" Demonstration
Cool Down/Chill Time
Language and Feedback Language/tone used throughout the lesson:
- Encouraging, enthusiastic, and energizing to maintain students'
attention and interest.
- Both internal and external feedback was involved.
- Internal: The sensation of a well-timed smash provided the athlete
a tingling sense within their wrists and arm movements.
- External: I would provide feedback on what the student was doing
correctly and what could've improved as to develop association
Motivation and Reinforcement Intrinsic Motivation:
...Students maintained motivated to learn by:
- Slowly breaking down the steps, therefore being given careful attention
on how to execute an advanced skill
- Given an example on how to apply it in a real game (The "Serve Killer"
activity generated more interest)
- Keeping drills short and simple while challenging at the same time

...Students were positively reinforced by:
- Given a word of praise or acknowledgement for a well-timed smash
- Given a word of encouragement for any signs of determination or
- Given the benefit of a doubt: No judgment or discrimination based on
- A high-five or smile for a well placed smash

Factors affecting learning within the lesson: Lowered likelihood of obedience due to lack of authoritative presence
Less inclined to participate due to unfamiliar teachers/coaches
Lack of extrinsic motivation to learn (candy/money/etc.)
Timid/Unconfident of own capabilities especially in a new environment (high school area)
Social inhibition
The End!
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