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FM Skills 8

Peds Motor Control: FM skills

Whole vs. Part Practice General skills may be practiced in whole are or in parts
There are three major approaches to part practice Fractionalization, progressive part method, simplification
part practice-Fractionalization is an approach to part practice that is often used in b/c skills using each hand/arm practicing separately then put them together for the task.
part practice-Progressive part method is an approach that involves dividing the skills into its component parts adding parts until the whole skill is completed.
part practice-Simplification a part approach that involves simplifying the task in a variety of ways.
____ ______ is better when the skill or task to be performed is simple is Whole practice
____ ____ may be preferable when the skill is more complex. Part practice
If part practice is used, be sure that ____ the part practiced are natural units or go together.
To simplify a task _____ reduce the nature and complexity of the object to be manipulated such as using a balloon for catching instead of a ball.
To simplify a task _____ provide (A) to the learner that helps to reduce attention demands such as providing trunk support during the practice of different eye-hand coordination tasks.
To simplify a task _____ provide auditory or rhythmic accompaniment; this may facilitate learning through (A) learner in getting the appropriate rhythm of movements.
Mental Practice involves cognitive or mental rehearsal of a skill and is completed with or without mental imagery. Example
Mental practice can help facilitate the acquisition of a new skill as well as the relearning of old ones.
Mental practice can help the person prepare to perform a task.
Mental combined with ____ ______ works the best physical practice
For mental practice to be effective the individual should have some basic ability to use imagery.
Mental practice should be relatively short, not prolonged.
*Children with developmental coordination disorders have at least _______ IQ’s and are able to practice the skills mentally average
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