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Skill Aquisition

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Name a stage of Learning Cognitive Learning
Name a stage of Learning Associative Learning
Name a stage of Learning Autonomous
Name a type of Skill Perceptual
Name a type of Skill Cognitive
Name a type of Skill Motor
Name a type of Skill Open/Closed
Name a type of Skill Gross/fine
Name a type of Skill Continous
Name a type of Skill Serial
Name a type of Skill Discrete
Name a type of Skill Self paced
Name a type of Skill Externally paced
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Age
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Ability
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Gender
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Number of participant
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Facilities
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Expereince
What Factors should be considered when developing skill and training sessions? Levels of Motivation
Name a Teaching Style Command
Name a Teaching Style Reciprocal
Name a Teaching Style Discovery
Name a Teaching Style Problem Solving
What Methods of Practice can be used to develop skills Whole
What Methods of Practice can be used to develop skills Progressive part
What Methods of Practice can be used to develop skills Whole part whole
Name a type of practice Massed
Name a type of practice Distrubuted
Name a type of practice Variable
Name a type of practice Mental Practice
What can a method of guidance be? Verbal
What can a method of guidance be? Visual
What can a method of guidance be? Manual
What can a method of guidance be? Mechanical
Name a type of feedback Knowledge of performance
Name a type of feedback Knowledge of results
Name a type of feedback Terminal
Name a type of feedback Concurrent
Name a type of feedback Delayed
Name a type of feedback Positive
Name a type of feedback Negative
Name a type of feedback Intrinsic
Name a type of feedback Extrinsic
Name the stage of learning being described, needs visual feedback Cognitive
Name the stages of learning being described, uses practice time well Associative
Name the stages of learning being described, movement becomes automatic Autonomous
Name the stages of learning being described, Can use the skill in various situations Associative
Name the stages of learning being described, Shorter reaction time Autonomous
Name the stages of learning being described, Knows what needs to be done but has trouble completing the skill Cognitive
Is it important to know what stage learning the performer is at before you start coaching them True
Will cognitive and autonomous learners learn in similar ways No they will learning in completely different ways
What is a Skill it is a learned behaviour to bring about a predetermined result with maximum certianity and minimum outlay of effort and energy.
solving problems by thinking is which type of skill cognitive skill
Sensing this and interpreting them is which type of skill Perceptual Skill
Voluntary movement decided by the brain is which type of skill Motor Skill
Affected by the environment or performed in an ever changing environment is what type of skill Open Skill
Performer in a stable, unchanging environment, where this is little impact on the skills is what type of skill Closed skill
Large movements using big muscle groups are what type of skill Gross Skill
Small specific movements using small muscle groups are what type of skill Fine Skill
No defined beginning or end is what type of skill Continuos Skill
Discrete skills linked together are what type of skill Serial Skill
Well defined beginning and end are what type of skill Discrete Skill
Performer controls the rate and speed in which the skill is performed is what type of skill Self Paced Skill
Movement rate is controlled by the environment is what type of skill Externally paced skill
Created by: michaela09