Presentation on theme: "Standard Grade PE Skills and Techniques. Learning Outcomes Today we will learn: What is a skill What is a technique How to describe the difference between."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Outcomes Today we will learn: What is a skill What is a technique How to describe the difference between a simple and a complex skill How simple and complex skills can aid performance How simple and complex skills can aid performance The stages of learning skills
Skills & Techniques A skill is a movement With a purpose A technique is a way Of performing a skill Dribbling Catching PassingShooting Chest pass Layup Jump shot Bounce pass Skill: Shooting Skill: Passing
Show me…… An activity A skill from that activity 2 techniques for performing that skill
Simple skills Simple skills can be defined as: Having fewer sub routines (parts of the skill) Not physically demanding Little co-ordination needed Simple order of movements
Simple Skills PUSH PASS CHEST PASS HEAD- STAND HEADING SET SHOT HIGH SERVE SIMPLE SKILLS
Complex Skills COMPLEX SKILLS Many Sub-routines Physically Demanding Co-ordination is vital Many judgements to be made Many movements at the same time e.g. Lay-up in Basketball
Butterfly stroke Butterfly stroke High jump High jump Basketball lay-up Basketball lay-up Volley Volley Goal Keeper save Complex Skills
Show me…… 3 simple skills – 2 reasons why they are simple 3 complex skills – 2 reasons why they are complex
Simple Skills, how can they help your performance?? Example: Activity: Badminton Simple skill: Short Serve I was able to serve the shuttle just over the net so that my opponent had to lift the shuttle up and I was able to smash easily to win the point.
Complex Skills, how can they help performance? Example: Activity: Volleyball Skill: Spike How did this help performance? When my team mate set the ball up for me I was able to time my run up and spike the ball powerfully into my opponents court, making it very difficult for them to return.
To develop complex skills, we must make practices progressively harder.... Example: Overhead Clear Initial practice: I stood at the back of the court whilst my partner hand fed 20 high feeds above my head for me to step in and clear. More demanding practice: I started at base and my partner high served (20 feeds) to the back of the court. I had to side step quickly to perform the clear and return to base after every shot.
Stages of Learning Cognitive stage – beginner Practice Stage – Intermediate Automatic stage – Expert!
Automatic Performers When a skill can be performed with little or no conscious thought and at a high level of speed, control and accuracy it is said to be automatic to the performer. skillspeedskillspeed A performer may use a pressure practice at the automatic stage of learning who can cope with the game like pressure and demands of the situation.
Advantages of being able to perform automatically You can perform skills effectively/successfully without having to think about it You can perform skills accurately without hesitation You can think about other things as you perform the skill Skill level remains high/consistent under pressure Can respond quickly/appropriately to position of goals/opponents/team mates/ball You can identify and correct my own errors