Presentation on theme: "1 Physical EducationStandard Grade FEEDBACK. 2 Physical EducationStandard Grade Feedback is information received by a performer about their performance."— Presentation transcript:
1 Physical EducationStandard Grade FEEDBACK
2 Physical EducationStandard Grade Feedback is information received by a performer about their performance The footballer here is given information, from the coach, about the header he is performing Feedback is very important when you are learning
3 Physical EducationStandard Grade She is receiving external feedback. Her coach compares her performance against a checklist of things to look for in a good headstand This gymnast is being given feedback about her headstand by her coach
4 Physical EducationStandard Grade For example: Headstand things to look for 1. Controlled lift into position 2. Wide triangular base with hands and head 3. Body and legs in a straight line 4. Weight on the forehead 5. Toes pointed up 6. Body steady in inverted position 7. Controlled lowering of the legs GoodPoor The gymnast is told by her coach the things that she is doing well. These are under the column marked good.
5 Physical EducationStandard Grade Headstand things to look for 1. Controlled lift into position 2. Wide triangular base with hands and head 3. Body and legs in a straight line 4. Weight on the forehead 5. Toes pointed up 6. Body steady in inverted position 7. Controlled lowering of the legs GoodPoor The gymnast is also aware of the things that she now has to work on to improve her overall performance. These have been highlighted by her coach under the poor column
6 Physical EducationStandard Grade She receives internal feedback. Sometimes called Kinaesthetic feedback This gymnast can also receive another type of feedback during her performance.
7 Physical EducationStandard Grade Internal feedback lets the gymnast know where her body parts are by the feel of the movement. For example, she will probably know that her body is not steady when she is upside down in the headstand. Her sense of balance will help her to know where she is. If you were doing a headstand you would know if you were unsteady, out of balance or not controlled. What is internal feedback? She will, therefore, attempt to correct those obvious mistakes to make a better performance.
8 Physical EducationStandard Grade Knowledge of Results This basketball player is trying to improve his set shot. He shoots over and over from the same spot on the floor
9 Physical EducationStandard Grade This is used when measuring your success or improvement by results, for example Basketball set shooting Day 1 – Take 20 set shots at the basket Practise for a few sessions Day 4 – Repeat the 20 set shots. If you are more successful on day 4 – you have improved. This is measured by the results Knowledge of Results
10 Physical EducationStandard Grade Who can you receive feedback from? Task A A teacherA coachA partner Yourself
11 Physical EducationStandard Grade How is the information collected by the teacher/coach or partner? Task B Feedback from the teacher/coach/partner is usually done by OBSERVATION or by an OBSERVATION & TICK CHECKLIST and is gotten by comparing what was done against what should have been done
12 Physical EducationStandard Grade Can you think of another method of feedback that would help you see the actions you were doing well and those you needed to work on? Task C A video recording of you performing is a very useful way of allowing the performer to see their performance. The good thing about it is that it can be viewed in slow motion, which is a great advantage, because this lets the performer see fast, complex actions e.g. a tennis serve.
13 Physical EducationStandard Grade Can you think of one method, where you received feedback, when you were involved in swimming? Explain how this helped you improve your performance Task D My teacher told me that legs were not kicking properly when I was doing the breast stroke. He told me what they should be doing. I practised this, using a float, concentrating on the leg action of the stroke in order to improve this part of the skill.